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[DI32612] Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 about Malcolm Clem
Name: «tab»Malcolm Clem
Birth Date: «tab»1907
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Residence County: «tab»Union
Residence state: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»16 Jul 1958
Hospital of Death: «tab»Home
City of Death: «tab»Union County
County of Death: «tab»Union
Certificate: «tab»53044
Age at Death: «tab»51
Certifier: «tab»Coroner
Autopsy: «tab»No Autopsy performed
Marital Status: «tab»Never Married (Single)

[HI32614] (Research):Five Generrations of the Desc of Richard and Abigail Lippincott by Judi th M Olsen Gloucester County Historical Society 58 N Broad St Woodbury, NJ 08096

[HI32618] (Research):CCGS Newsletter Sept 1998 Pg 93 Teachers Report for St Paris, Johnson Twp, Champaign County Ohio, Octob er 9, 1903, W C Coleman, Teacher Iven Wilson age 11

[BI32621] Name: «tab»William Mott
Gender: «tab»Male
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»18 Mar 1894
Birthplace: «tab»Pike, Clark, Ohio
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»W. A. Mott
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Esther Walborn
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00802-1
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»466658
Reference Number: «tab»v 3 p 306

[HI32626] (Research):St Paris Precinct Toll Book Nov 2 1880 CCGS Newsletter Spring 1992 pg 33 Albert Heaton

HEATON ANDREW O County Name: MEIGS Date of Death: 3/6/1924 Volume Number: 4414 Certificate Number: 17289

[HI32627] (Research):HEATON JANE A County Name: MONTGOMERY Date of Death: 12/31/1916 Volume Number: 2127 Certificate Number: 76914

[HI32631] (Research):1830 Champaign Co, Adams OH -pg 3 3m<5 1m 5-10 1m 10-15 1m15-20 1m 50-60 1f <5 1f 5-10 1f 10-15 2f 15-20 1f 40-50

Champaign County Chauncery Record Book 20 pg 229 Filed 9 June 1845 Petiti on to partition Martin Miller and Sarah his wife vs Mary Speece & Others Nicholas Speece deceased owned 88 acres located in the west half of the so uth west quarter of Sec 31 Twp 3 Range 13 (Adams) and also 44 acres locar ed in the west half of the east half of the SW 1/4 of the same sectionl. N icholas' heirs were; Mary Speece, widow; Sarah, wife of Martin Miller; Jo hn Speece; William Speece; Barbara wife of Charles Wooley; Peter Speece, N icholas Speece, Isaac Speece, Jacob Speece; hannah wife of Isaac Lovet, a ll of Champaign County Ohio; Susannah wife of Jacob Miles of Indiana; ma ry wife of Levi Moore of Indiana and nancy wife of Cyrus Barbee of Butl er Co, OH

Record book 26 Pg 114 Filed 29 May 1855 Petition for Specific Performan ce of Contract. William B Speece vs Mary Elizabeth Speece and martha J Speece Isaac Speece, before he died, sold his intetest in 33 acres of land in t he south end of the west half of the SW 1/4 of Sec 31 Twp 3 Range 13 (Adam s) to Cyrus Barbee. On 24 march 1853 Barbee had sold the land to Willi am B Speece. Isaac's interest in the land was inherited through the dow er portion of Mary Speece, widow of Nicholas Speece. When Isaac sold the l and he signed a deed to Barbee, however, Isaac's wife, Mary Elizabeth Spee ce, was not of age and therefores could not sign. This suit in asking, Ma ry Elizabeth Speece, who became 18 years of age on 11 May 1855, to transf er the dower protion and the portion of Isaac's only child, Martha Jane Sp eece

Record book 26 Pg 118 Filed 29 May 1855, Charles C Wooley vs Mary Elizabe th Speece and martha J Speece- This suit is asking the court for the sa me settlement taht is recorded in Book 26 pg 114.

[HI32632] (Research):SCHOOL REGISTER FOR HONEY CREEK #5 Honey Creek School was located in Jackson Township, Champaign County, Oh io in district, section 26 on the north side of Old Troy Pike about ‘/2 mi le west of State Route 235. The log school at this site was called Woods a nd was the location of the township house. The later brick erected there w as the first two-story brick in the township. The school building is no lo nger in existence. The first record starts September 9, 1912 and ends April 13, 1913 with Har vey M. Loudenback as teacher. The second record starts September 8, 1913 a nd ends April 24, 1914 with Byron W. Snyder as teacher. The third record s tarts September 14, 1914 and ends April 23, 1913 with Tillie Kiser as teac her. The fourth record starts September 6, 1915 and ends April 21, 1916 wi th 0. K. Hewes listed as teacher. The last record starts September 11, 19 16 and ends April 27, 1917 with Mabel Jenkins listed as teacher. Sometim es the children were enrolled for only a short time as they had to wo rk on the farm. Our thanks to Ed Ridder for supplying this information. CCGS Newsletter Spring 1998 page 15 Myrl Baker d/o Sylvan Baker age 6 grade 1 attended 1912-1916

Honey Creek # 5 School Jackson Township , Champaign Co, Oh Summary of atte ndance & Scholarship Term beginning Jan 3, 1916 and ending April 21, 191 6. From CCGS Newsletter June 1996 pg 56 Myrl Baker

[HI32634] (Research):LONG, Ida Pearl Death date: 11/27/1937, Champaign County Certi ficate #67008

[DI32637] Name: John Cookston
Death date: 18 Oct 1924
Death place: Adams Township, Champaign, Ohio
Birth date: 26 Apr 1844
Estimated birth year:
Birth place: Ohio
Age at death: 80 years 5 months 22 days
Gender: Male
Marital status: Widowed
Race or color: Caucasian
Street address:
Occupation: Farmer
Residence:
Burial date: 20 Oct 1924
Burial place: Ohio
Cemetery name: Spring Grove Cemetery
Spouse name:
Father name: Elias Cookston
(Died in bed found by son John 10/1/1890)
Father titles:
Father birth place: Ohio
Mother name:
Mother titles:
Mother birth place:
GSU film number: 1992605
Digital GS number: 4019822
Image number: 108
Reference number: fn 52995
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI32638] (Research):COOKSTON ELIZABE J County Name: CHAMPAIGN Date of Death: 3/27/1915 Volume Number: 1588 Certificate Number: 13004

[XI32639] Middle name for Charles is William-obtained from the WWI Reg
They are both buried on the same tombstone along with Anna Huntoon

[XI32640] The names of the girls are located on the ends of the large monument in Spring Grove . There is also an aged marker in Salem Cemetery for her.
She was removed from Urbana Mausoleum and interred into Spring Grove in 1949

[XI32641] The names of the girls are located on the ends of the large monument in Spring Grove . She was removed from Urbana Mausoleum in 1949 and interred into Spring Grove. There is also an aged marker in Salem Cemetery for her

[HI32644] (Research):HALTERMAN ADRIA County Name: CHAMPAIGN Date of Death: 5/13/1927 Volume Number: 5347 Certificate Number: 27055

[HI32650] (Research):Raymond L. and Marvin Kenneth. I have on my cards (from the obits) that R aymond was born 1 July 1913 and Marvin was born 28 August 1913! Both li st the same parents and the same siblings. One of them must have been "ra ised as a son" but this type of genealogy needs proof before statements c an be made.

Name: MARVIN KENNETH BARGER Gender: Male Date of Death: July 1, 1999 Birth Date: August 28, 1913 Volume: 32046 Certificate: 059375 Autopsy: N Social Security Number: 293344116 Father's Surname: BARGER Time of Death: 6:14 AM Marital Status: married Hispanic Origin: Not Hispanic Place of Death: hospital/inpatient Years of Schooling: 12 Certifier: Physician Branch of Service: Method of Disposition: Burial Mother's Surname: BARGER Race: White Birth Place: CHAMPAIGN, Ohio Residence: LOGAN, Ohio Age: 85 years

[DI32656] Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 about Florenc Clem
Name: «tab»Florenc Clem
Birth Date: «tab»1891
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Residence City: «tab»Urbana
Residence County: «tab»Champaign
Residence state: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»15 May 1976
Hospital of Death: «tab»Long-Term Care Facilities
City of Death: «tab»Bellefontaine
County of Death: «tab»Logan
Certificate: «tab»036503
Age at Death: «tab»85
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Autopsy: «tab»No Autopsy performed
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed

[HI32657] (Research):Rexer-Riggin-Madden Funeral Home DeGraff, Ohio 43318 Frances Lucile Lytle, 92, of Bellefontaine, died at 2:40 a.m. Tuesday, De c. 14, 2004, in her home. She was born in Urbana on May 3, 1912, a daughter of the late Samuel C. a nd Florence Lackey Clem. On Dec. 31, 1941, she married Waldo Rodgers Lytle in Kingscreek, and he di ed Oct. 1, 1959. She also was preceded in death by brothers, Melvin Clem a nd Herbert Clem, and a sister Virginia Tullis. Survivors include daughter s, Nancy (Harold) Dowden of West Liberty, Janet (Robert) Detrick of Bellef ontaine and Vivian (Jerry) Beatty of DeGraff; seven grandchildren, Karen ( Michael) Walters of Bowling Green, Cheryl (Curtis) Brandt of Lewistown, Ma rilyn (Eric) Esh and Mark (Lori) Dowden, both of West Liberty, Sheila Dowd en of Urbana and Kevin Beatty and Eric Beatty, both of DeGraff; nine great -grandchildren; and sisters-in-law, Pat Clem of West Liberty and Helen Kun tzman of Florida. A homemaker and Salem High School graduate, she attend ed the United Methodist churches in Bellefontaine and DeGraff and was a me mber of the Rum Creek United Methodist Church. She also was active in t he United Methodist Women at the Rum Creek and Bellefontaine churches. S he was a member of Pleasant Grandge 2124 in DeGraff, Logan County Pomona G range 3, as well as Logan White Shrine for which she served as treasurer f or 25 years. She also was a member of the Bellefontaine Chapter 459 Ord er of Eastern Star and the Mizpah Circle of Kings's Daughters in Bellefont aine and was a former member of the Logan County Agrarian Club. She enjoy ed attending her gradnchildren's music programs and sporting events. The Rev. Terry G. Washburn conducts a funeral service at 11 a.m. Saturd ay at Rexer-Riggin-Madden Funeral Home in DeGraff, where friends may ca ll from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday. Burial is in Greenwood-Union Cemete ry, DeGraff.

Memorial contributions may be made to Tricare Hospice, Riverside Emergen cy Medical Squad in DeGraff and the West Liberty EMS in West Liberty.

[HI32660] (Research):Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: South Charleston, Clark, Ohi o; Roll: 1756; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 13; Image: 248.0. Russell J Saylor 34 Flora Saylor 33 Joseph Saylor 13 Robert Saylor 12 Dorothy Saylor 9 Frances Saylor 8 Majorie Saylor 5 James Saylor 4 3/12 Florence Saylor 1 3/12 Patricia Saylor 1/12

The naming of her parents is not correct as in 1930 she in one month o ld in Clark County, in household of Russel and Flora Saylor. Confirm ed by her brothers names in the census

CLEM, Patricia M. 76, of West Liberty, Ohio passed away Friday, March 1 6, 2007 in Mary Rutan Hospital, Bellefontaine. She was born March 17, 19 30 in South Charleston, Ohio the daughter of the late Flora Mae Peters Say lor and Melvin Clem. She had worked for West Liberty Salem Schools as a co ok from 1966 to 1978 and had also been employed at Marie's Candies, Hall C ompany in Urbana, Green Hills Center in West Liberty, Dajolees and Tast ee Freeze. Patricia has been a member of the West Liberty United Methodi st Church and a 1948 graduate of South Charleston High School. Survivors i nclude her sons, Mike (Anita) Clem of West Liberty, Ohio, Joe (Deb) Cl em of Ft. Myers, Florida, Ken (Lisa) Clem of Urbana, Ohio; daughters, An na Marie Clem of West Liberty, Sara Gamble of Marysville, Dona Faber of Le esburg, Florida; brothers, Bob Saylor of Wildwood, Florida, Jim Sayl or of Springfield; sisters, Frances (Art) Thompson of South Charleston, Ma rjorie (Paul) Joseph of Marysville, Florence (Doc) Banion of Abilene, Kans as, 14 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in de ath by her brother, Joe Saylor and sister, Dorothy Owen. Visitation wi ll be held Tuesday, March 20, 2007 from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. in the West Liber ty United Methodist Church. Services will be held in the church on Wednesd ay, March 21, 2007 at 11 a.m. with Rev. Tim Reeves officiating. Burial wi ll be in Highland Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Amer ican Heart Assocoation. KAUFFMAN-EICHHOLTZ FUNERLA HOME, West Liberty is h andling the arrangements. Condolences may be expressed to www.eichholtzfun eralhome.com Published in the Springfield News-Sun on 3/18/2007.

[HI32667] (Research):VIRGINIA TULLIS 77, of Urbana, passed away after a brief battle with canc er on Sunday, May 25, 2003. She died peacefully in her home surround ed by her loving family. Virginia was born on the family farm on June 2 1, 1925, the daughter of Samuel and Florence Clem. She married local farme r, Wayne Tullis on February 11, 1948. Together they raised two children, S hirley Lee and Thomas Wayne. Virginia continued to be involved in the fami ly farm operation up until her death. She will be remembered as a kind a nd loving mother and grandmother who always put her family first. She wi ll be deeply missed by her five grandchildren who were her life. Virgin ia is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Shirley and Fred Wrig ht of Piqua, along with their sons, Jonathan and Jeremy Wright; her son a nd daughter-in-law, Thomas and Noel Tullis of West Liberty, along with the ir children, Joshua Astorino, Troy and Brooke Tullis. She is also surviv ed by a sister, Lucille Lytle of Bellefontaine; a brother-in-law, Vernon ( Nancy) Tullis of Mechanicsburg and sisters-in-law, Marjol Kinney of Spring field, Priscilla (Andy) Andrews of Springfield and Pat Clem of West Libert y. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in de ath by her husband, Wayne Tullis in 1990; two brothers, Melvin Clem and He rbert Clem. She was a 1933 graduate of Salem High School. Virginia was a m ember of the Kingscreek United Methodist Church, The Champaign County Fa rm Bureau, the Champaign County Homemakers Extension Club, Althea Club, a nd the Elizabeth M. Hood Chapter 505 Order of Eastern Star. Mrs. Tullis w as a longtime sponsor of Kingscreek Youth Baseball. She enjoyed spending t ime with her family and friends and loved playing cards and the piano. Act ive pallbearers will be her grandsons, Joshua Astorino, Jonathan Wright, J eremy Wright, and Troy Tullis. Bob Detrick and Wayne Hamilton will also se rve as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be Phillip Young, Keith Kinn ey, Joe Clem, Ken Clem, Mike Clem, and Vernon Tullis. A gathering of fami ly and friends will be held Wednesday, May 28, 2003 from 4 to 8 p.m. in t he LITTLETON & RUE FUNERAL HOME, URBANA. Funeral services will be held Thu rsday at 10:00 a.m. with Pastor Bruce Vincent officiating. Burial wi ll be held in Oakdale Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made in h er memory to the Local American Cancer Society, 1130 Vester Avenue, Sui te G, Springfield, Ohio 45503. You may express condolences to the fami ly at www.littletonandrue.com.

First Published in SPR Classifieds on May 27 2003

[XI32668] Inscription:
Herbert D. Clem
US Army
World War II
Sep. 19, 1916 Oct. 31, 1998

[DI32669] Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 about Pearl Clem
Name: «tab»Pearl Clem
Birth Date: «tab»1882
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»8 Sep 1963
Hospital of Death: «tab»Long-Term Care Facilities
City of Death: «tab»Champaign County
County of Death: «tab»Champaign
Certificate: «tab»65783
Age at Death: «tab»81
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Autopsy: «tab»Yes, used for certification
Marital Status: «tab»Married

[DI32670] Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 about Mary Clem
Name: «tab»Mary Clem
Birth Date: «tab»1887
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Residence City: «tab»Urbana
Residence County: «tab»Champaign
Residence state: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»21 Sep 1963
Hospital of Death: «tab»Mercy Memorial Hospital
City of Death: «tab»Urbana
County of Death: «tab»Champaign
Certificate: «tab»65779
Age at Death: «tab»76
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Autopsy: «tab»Yes, used for certification
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed

[DI32672] ame «tab»Andrew Theodore Bates
Titles & Terms «tab»
Death Date «tab»03 Dec 1950
Death Place «tab»Salem Twp, Champaign, Ohio, United States
Birth Date «tab»03 Mar 1866
Estimated Birth Year «tab»
Birthplace «tab»Salem Township Champaign County, Ohio
Death Age «tab»84 years 9 months
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»Daniel Bates
Father's Title & Terms «tab»
Father's Birthplace «tab»
Mother's Name «tab»Mary Elizabeth Burnam
Mother's Titles & Terms «tab»
Mother's Birthplace «tab»
Film Number «tab»2372788
Digital Folder Number «tab»4109350
Image Number «tab»01106
Certificate Number «tab»72899

[XI32673] *Index Card Info
Daughter of Clinton & Elizabeth Smail
Died of pneumonia

[HI32674] (Research):Obit name is Beatrice C Channell

[DI32675] Ruby Pauline McCullough, 94, of Urbana died at 9:35 P.M. Thursday, January 7, 2010 in Heartland of Urbana. She was born July 13, 1915 in Champaign County a daughter of Ivin and Madred (Bates) Clem.
Ruby was a 1933 graduate of Salem High School in Kingscreek, member of Kingscreek United Methodist Church and WSCS, Champaign County Extension Club, Swinging Seniors, Farm Bureau and Senior Citizens of Champaign County.
Survivors include her daughter, Diane Rouse and her husband Bill of West Bloomfield, MI, sons, Steve McCullough and his wife Joyce, and James McCullough and his wife Nancy all of West Liberty and Glenn McCullough and his wife Rita of Urbana, 6 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
She was preceded in death by her husband J.E. "Ed" McCullough on May 20, 1995, her parents, and sisters, Betty Clem and Beatrice Channel.
The family will receive friends 10:00 - 11:00 A.M. Tuesday, January, 12, 2010 in the Kingscreek United Methodist Church, 1362 Kennard Kingscreek Road, Urbana where funeral services will be held at 11:00 A.M. Burial will follow in Kingscreek Cemetery. The family is being served by the WALTER & SMITH FUNERAL HOME, Urbana.

[HI32678] (Research):Name: Charles Jackson Birthplace: Ohio State: OH 1910 Age: 25 Color: W Enumeration District: 0140 Visit: 0130 County: Shelby Relation: Head of Household Brother Frank 21 Ohio Sister Flossie 18 Ohio

[DI32681] Social Security Death Index about Gladys M. Runkle
Name: «tab»Gladys M. Runkle
SSN: «tab»297-26-3325
Last Residence: «tab»43140 London, Madison, Ohio
Born: «tab»21 Jul 1916
Died: «tab»14 Nov 2010
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Ohio (Before 1951)

[HI32682] (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 1935-Melvin Runkle

[HI32683] (Research):Emma Meeker named as maternal great grandmother of Amy Gail Miller born 2/ 21/1986. Amy 's parents Larry and Robin Cornett Miller

[HI32684] (Research): Urbana Daily Citizen 7/24/2007 Edith (Runkle) Morris, 85, of Urbana, died Sunday, July 22, 2007, in her r esidence. She was born July 21, 1922 in Champaign County, to the late Al by Crocket and Hazel Grace (Clem) Runkle. Edith was a graduate of the John son-St. Paris Class of 1941. Survivors include a daughter, Carolyn E. Circ le (Morris) of Enon, OH, a son Robert L. Morris of Blountstown, FL, grandd aughters; Carol L. (Frank) Smith of Springfield, OH, Cheri Ann Morris of B lountstown, FL, and Lisa E. Circle of Enon, OH, grandsons; Brian T. (Su e) Circle of New Carlisle, OH, and Scott S. (Debi) Levering, of Las Vega s, NV, five great-grandchildren, two sisters; Emma Roberta Meeker (Runkl e) of St. Paris, OH and Mary Grace Howard (Runkle) of DeGraff, OH. Her par ents, her husband Norman C. Morris, a daughter, Nancy A. Barrett (Morri s) and a great granddaughter preceded her in death. Graveside services wi ll be held at 2:30 P.M. on Thursday, July 26, 2007 at Oak Dale Cemetery, U rbana, with Rev. Clifford Kissinger officiating. The family is being serv ed by the WALTER-SCHOEDINGER FUNERAL HOME, Urbana.

[HI32687] (Research):HENSLER JOSEPH County Name: CHAMPAIGN Date of Death: 11/13/1917 Volume Number: 2413 Certificate Number: 69064

[HI32688] (Research):HENSLER ELIZABE A County Name: MIAMI Date of Death: 6/2/1930 Volume Number: 6335 Certificate Number: 37964

[HI32691] (Research):CCGS Newsletter Winter 2005 Vol 21 No 3 pg 80 Sait Paris, Oh Graduates 192 6-1932 1929-Ruth Mahan Lauderback

Name: Ruth O. Lauderback SSN: 287-12-4357 Last Residence: 43078 Urbana, Champaign, Ohio, United States of America Born: 7 Oct 1911 Died: 7 Nov 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (Before 1951 )

[HI32693] (Research):CCGS, Book III, August 2002 by Dorothy Shaffer, Champaign Co, Ohio St Par is Newspaper Abstracts Jan 1900-1916, pg162.

[HI32694] (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 1938-Margurite Poorman mahan

Urbana Daily Citizen, Monday, August 11, 1997 Marguerite L. Mahan, 77, of 12635 Mahan Rd, St. Paris, died Sunday, Aug. 1 0, 1997 at 1:30 a.m. in her residence.She was born April 19, 1920 in St. P aris, the daughter of Frank and Lola (Smith) Poorman. She was a 1938 gradu ate of Johnson-St. Paris High School. She was a member of the Covenant Lut heran Church, St. Paris.She is survived by her husband of 59 years, Ralp h, who she married Sept. 4, 1938; one son and a daughter-in-law, Gerald a nd Judy Mahan of Xenia; two daughters and sons-in-law, Karen and Neil Stev ens of Urbana, and Carol and John Shank of St. Paris; eight grandchildre n, Jeffrey Mahan of Killeen, Texas, Jim and Jason Mahan of Xenia, Amanda S tevens Baker of Greenville, Sara Stevens of Urbana, and John, Marianne a nd Jared Shank of St. Paris; one great-granddaughter, Mara Mahan of Killee n, Texas; and two nieces, Barbara Davis of Dayton, and John Eubanks of Pi ne Hurst, N.C. She was preceded in death by her parents; and two brothers, Darrell and Do nald Poorman Funeral services will be Wednesday, Aug. 13, 1997 at 12 noo n, at the Richeson-Wickham and Atkins Funeral Home, St. Paris. Pastor Cra ig Fourman of Fairborn, will be officiating. Burial will be at Evergreen C emetery, St. Paris. Visitation will be Wednesday, Aug. 13, 1997 from 10 a. m. to 12 noon, in the funeral home.

[HI32696] (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 1935-Amy Mahan Hamilton

[DI32696] Name: «tab»Amy Frances Hamilton
[Amy Frances Mahan]
Birth Date: «tab»4 Oct 1917
Birth County: «tab»Champaign
Birth State: «tab»Ohio
Birth Country: «tab»United States«tab»
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Hispanic Origin: «tab»Not Hispanic (Latino)«tab»
Residence County: «tab»Champaign
Residence State: «tab»Ohio
Residence Zip Code: «tab»43072
Residence Country: «tab»United States«tab»
Death Date: «tab»23 Oct 2002
Death Time: «tab»1:28 AM
Hospital of Death: «tab»Upper Valley Medical Center
County of Death: «tab»Miami
Certificate: «tab»084154
Age at Death: «tab»85
Registrar's Certificate Number: «tab»00541
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Referred to Coroner: «tab»No
Autopsy: «tab»No
Method of Disposition: «tab»Burial
Filing Date: «tab»25 Oct 2002
Hospital Status: «tab»Hospital/Inpatient«tab»
Social Security Number: «tab»275-46-0877
FATHER'S SURNAME: «tab»Mahan
Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Chambers
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Education: «tab»12
Armed Forces Indicator: «tab»No«tab»
Primary Registration District: «tab»5500

[HI32698] (Research):Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography pg 208

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 1939-Herbert Mahan

Herbert C. Mahan, 84, of Saint Paris, Ohio, passed away on Sunday, Ju ly 2, 2006, at 10:45 a.m. in
Mercy MeAuley Center, Urbana. He was born Oct. 13, 1921, in Champ aign County, Ohio, to the late Wallace and Estella (Chambers) Mahan. He ma rried Mary Carolyn Bartel on Jan. 26, 1946*, in Pemberton, Ohio, and she s urvives. He is also survived by his children, Denise Kay and Ernest Moore of Gautier, Miss., Mark and Kathleen Mahan of Saint Paris, Ohio, daught er~InJaw Bernice Mahan of Rosewood, Ohio, grandchildren Jennifer (Adam) Bi shop of Troy, Ohio, and Dustin (Angel) Mahan of Saint Paris, Ohio, and ma ny nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, son, Tim M ahan, daughter4n4aw, Susan Mahan and siblings Ruth Lauderback, Edward Maha n, Dorothy Mae Mahan, Ralph Mahan, Amy Hamilton, Keith Mahan and Wilma Ail ebach, Herbert graduated from Saint Paris High School in 1939 and was in t he Army Air Corp from 1942 to 1945 serving in the 10th Air Depot. He w as a member of the Keith Cretor’s American Legion Post 148, St. Pari s. He was engaged in farming a]] his life. He also worked in home construc tion and remodeling and was formerly employed by Copeland’s and Monar ch of Sidney. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, July 7, 200 6, in the ATKINS-SHI\TELY FUNERAL HOME, 216 S. Springfield St., Sai nt Paris, with Rev. Clifford Kissinger of Springfield presiding. Burial wi ll follow in Rosedale Cemetery. Visitation for family and friends wi ll be held from 5~8 p.m. Thursday, July 6, 2006, and one hour prior to t he funeral services in the ATKINS~SHIVELY FUNERAL HOME. Memorial contribut ions may be made to Gideon’s International, P.O. Box 394, Urbana Ohio 4307 8. Envelopes will be available
in the funeral home.
* corrected date

[DI32702]
Published in The Southern Illinoisan from November 5 to November 7, 2012
JOHNSTON CITY -- Betty Jean Mahan, 81, of Carbondale, formerly of Johnston City, passed away at 2:15 p.m. Sunday Nov. 4, 2012, in Memorial Hospital of Carbondale with her daughter and granddaughters by her side.Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, in Murman and Wilson Funeral Home in Johnston City with the Rev. Ted Hartley officiating. Burial will be in Lakeview Cemetery in Johnston City. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.Memorials may be made to the funeral home. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home. Betty was born March 5, 1931, in Nashville, the daughter of Clyde and Violet (Evilsizer) Sanders.Betty worked for Mars Inc.. She was a member of First United Methodist Church of Johnston City. She is survived by a daughter, Vicky Barron of De Soto and friend, Robert Pleasant; a daughter-in-law, Vivian Blades of Herrin; a son-in-law, Robert Barron Sr. of Stiritz; four grandchildren, Sabrina Stevens of Johnston City and significant other, James Mataya, Candice Basenberg and husband, Will, of Stiritz, William David Blades and wife, Alicia, of Harrisburg, and Shawn Blades and wife, Penny, of Benton; two stepgrandchildren, Amber Damico and husband, Rick, and Melissa Clark and husband, Dave; great-grandchildren, MaKayla Stevens, Jacob Perez, Mia South, Jaycee Perez, Trenten Basenberg, Gabriel Blades, Isaiah Blades, Jace Blades, Jaylin and Jaxton; stepgreat-grandchildren, Alexis, Layla, Braxton, Cameron and Brooklyn; grandson-in-law, Tony Stevens; granddaughter-in-law, Angie Combs; the four survivors of the lucky seven, Mary Imhoff, Catherine Eaton, Betty Bennett and Jenny Grant; two sisters, Karen Miner and husband, Paul, of Texas and Pam Wiese and husband, Ken, of Texas; sister-in-law, Iris Sanders of Johnston City; several nieces and nephews; and a special friend, Michael Connell.She was preceded in death by her parents; son, Bill Blades; a grandson, Edwin Perez; and a brother, Clyde E. Sanders.For more information or sign the guest register, visit www.murmanandwilson.com.

[NI32703] s/o William Evans and Lida Wiley from Shelby Co Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS- Biography Pg 131

[DI32704] Name: «tab»Mildred Fay Clapp
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»13 May 1931
Death Place: «tab»Salem, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»20 Sep 1917
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Urbana, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»13 years 7 months 23 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»15 May 1931
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»West Liberty
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Alva O. Clapp
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ridgeville, Ind.
Mother's Name: «tab»Azalia Blanch Clem
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Urbana, Ohio
Film Number: «tab»1992429
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4000594
Image Number: «tab»827
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 28705

[NI32705] Name: «tab»Earnest A. Brigner
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»24 Dec 1923
Event Place: «tab»Pickaway, Ohio
Age: «tab»18
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»10-12-1905
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»Irvin Brigner
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Elizabeth White
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Alda Messmore
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»18
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»4-14-1905
Spouse's Father: «tab»Lewis Messmore
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Clara Davis
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»pg 315 n 624
Film Number: «tab»1927443
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4254641
Image Number: «tab»903

[BI32705] d

[DI32705] Name: «tab»Earnest A. Brigner
«tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»24 Dec 1923
Event Place: «tab»Pickaway, Ohio
Age: «tab»18
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1905
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»Irvin Brigner
Father's «tab»
Mother: «tab»Elizabeth White
Mother's «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Alda Messmore
Spouse's «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»18
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1905
Spouse's Father: «tab»Lewis Messmore
Spouse's Father's «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Clara Davis
Spouse's Mother's «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»pg 315 n 624
Film Number: «tab»1927443
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4254641
Image Number: «tab»903

[HI32706] (Research):No children. If it had not been for "Aunt Oma" this genealogy may not ha ve been possible. Through many letters she helped the author to place t he earliest generations of Isaac and Rebecca Clem. Oma sorted out the ma ny marriages of Champaign County for the Clem families and related where t he people had settled. The author regrets that this genealogy could not ha ve been finished before her death. Her nephew, Joseph A. Clem, had complet ed a genealogy in his lifetime, however, after his death, the records disa ppeared.

[NI32707] Name: «tab»Will D. Emerson
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»19 Jul 1913
Event Place: «tab»Miami County, Ohio
Age: «tab»23
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1890
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»Robert Emerson
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Gertrude Newman
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Sarah Florence Clem
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»19
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1894
Spouse's Father: «tab»Frank Clem
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Minnie Offenbacher
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»it 27738 p 165
Film Number: «tab»550154
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4260995
Image Number: «tab»90

[NI32709] Name: «tab»Karl Frank Roseman
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»18 Aug 1917
Event Place: «tab»Ashland, Ashland, Ohio
Age: «tab»21
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1896
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»Charles Roseman
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Clara Kirst
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Mabell Estella Clem
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»19
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1898
Spouse's Father: «tab»Frank Clem
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Minnie Offenbacher
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»n 15449 p 511
Film Number: «tab»2079409
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4031957
Image Number: «tab»288

[HI32710] (Research):Name: Eldred L. Clem Serial Number: 5252293 Race: W Residence: W. Stanley St., Ashland, O. Enlistment Division: National Army LB 15 Enlistment Location: Cleveland, O. Enlistment Date: 12 Oct 1918 Birth Place: Piqua, O. Birth Date / Age: 7 Nov 1899 Assigns Comment: Students' Army Training Corps Western Reserve Universi ty Cleveland O to Discharge Private Honorable discharge 16 Dec 1918. Volume #: 3

[HI32711] (Research):Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 284

[HI32712] (Research):Enumeration of Youth St Paris Village School District, Champaign Co, OH ta ken July 28, 1892 Emerson Clem age 11

St Paris Ohio Graduates 1897-1908 From St Paris Ohio Graduates. June 19, 1 993" by Janet Evilsizor Worthington, published in the CCGS Newsletter J an 2005 Vol 21 No 1 pg 8 1901- Emerson Clem

[HI32713] (Research):St Paris Ohio Graduates 1897-1908 From St Paris Ohio Graduates. June 19, 1 993" by Janet Evilsizor Worthington, published in the CCGS Newsletter J an 2005 Vol 21 No 1 pg 8 1898- Mae Clem Runkle

[HI32715] (Research):St Paris News-Dispatch November 14, 1918 Elva Carroll RUNKLE, son of John D. and May Clem RUNKLE, born Feb 15, 19 00 near St Paris, Champaign Co, OH, departed life Nov 9, 1918, age 18 yr s, 8 mo's, and 24 days. He was baptized by Rev Henry Alfred Porter at t he Baptist Church in Louisville, KY on Feb 10, 1910. He was a faithful fol lower of his Savior and took an active and leading part in church.

[HI32716] (Research):Name: Lloyd Runkle SSN: 235-14-1167 Last Residence: 26003 Wheeling, Ohio, West Virginia, United States of Am erica Born: 29 Sep 1908 Died: Sep 1984 State (Year) SSN issued: West Virginia (Before 1951 )

[HI32718] (Research):Rose does not appear in the 1880 Census. She may have died in childbirth w ith son Guy

Record Book 33, Page 485 -Filed Saturday, 27 February 1875- Case 11111 29 - Partition Jason Mahan vs Rose Ellis Martz & Jeannetta McAlexander Jason Mahan elected to take the estate at the valuation of the commissione rs and paid the selling price to Rose Ellis Martz & Jeannetta McAlexand er (George M. Eichelberger guardian ad litem). Jason Mahan was given 617 t hereof; Rose Ellis Martz 112 of 1117th thereof; Jeannetta McAlexander 1 12 of 117th thereof. [Note: A description of the land was not given.]

[HI32719] (Research):Name: HATTIE M BALLINGER Gender: Female Date of Death: June 09, 1965 Volume: 18089 Certificate: 42115 Marital Status: Married Place of Death: , Champaign County Race: White Residence: , Champaign County Age: 81

[HI32720] (Research):Name: GLENN BALLINGER Gender: Male Date of Death: November 23, 1965 Volume: 18266 Certificate: 86351 Marital Status: Widowed Place of Death: Piqua, Miami County Race: White Residence: , Champaign County Age: 84

[DI32721] CAMDEN, Ohio -- Tim C. Evilsizer, 42, of Middletown, died Thursday, Nov. 13, 2008, in Pennsylvania. Born July 6, 1966, in Hamilton, to Charles and Phyllis Evilsizer, he was a truck driver, diesel mechanic and a Navy veteran. Survivors include his wife, Lori Evilsizer; his father; stepson, Bradley Cresong; sister, Cindy Balzer. Service: 1 p.m. Friday at Nein-Barnes Funeral Home, Camden. Visitation: 5-8 p.m. Thursday and noon-1 p.m. Friday. Friends may attend a gathering at the Middletown home of Ralph and Judy Reinhart after the service.

TIM C. EVILSIZER, 42, of Middletown, OH, died Thursday, November 13, 2008 in Danville, PA. Born on July 6, 1966 in Hamilton, OH, he was the son of Charles D. & Phyllis Ann (Lipscomb) Evilsizer. Tim was a Truck Driver and diesel mechanic for T & T Enterprise in West Chester for the past 10 years and worked part time for Tri-State Driving in Middletown. He was a 1985 Franklin High School graduate and served in the U.S. Navy from 1985 - 1988 and was a member of the U.S. Navy Reserves. He attended diesel mechanic school in Lima, OH. Preceded in death by his mother Phyllis Ann (Lipscomb) Evilsizer on September 21, 2008.
Survived by his wife: Lori A. (Craft) Evilsizer; father: Charles D. Evilsizer, Franklin, OH; step son: Bradley D. Cresong, Middletown, OH; sister: Cindy A. (Tim) Balzer, Franklin, OH; nephews and niece: Bradley & Todd Fletcher and Katie Fletcher. Aunt: Barbara (Linden) Harter, West Manchester, OH. Other survivors include mother-in-law: Sue Craft, Middletown, OH; sister-in-law: Casey (Andy) White, Middletown, OH; brother-in-law: Chris Craft, Youngstown, OH
Funeral Service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, November 21, 2008 at the Nein - Barnes Funeral Home, 249 N. Main St., Camden, OH with Pastor Tim Jernee officiating. Interment will be held in Fairmount Cemetery in Camden with military honors by the Preble County Honor Guard. Family will receive friends on Thursday, November 20, 2008 from 5 - 8 p.m. at the funeral home and one hour prior to service at the funeral home on Friday. Family and friends are invited to attend a gathering at the home of Ralph and Judy Reinhart, 1605 Woodhall Court, Middletown, OH after the funeral service.
Memorial contributions may be made to PAWS Adoption Center, 2790 Cincinnati-Dayton Rd, P.O. Box 684, Middletown, Ohio 45042 or to the Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati, P.O. Box 43027, Cincinnati, Ohio 45243-0027.Condolences may be sen to the family via the Web site at www.barnesfuneralhome.com

[XI32721] EVILSIZER, TIMOTHY CHARLES
«tab»FN US NAVY
«tab»DATE OF BIRTH: 07/06/1966
«tab»DATE OF DEATH: 11/13/2008
«tab»BURIED AT:
«tab»FAIRMOUNT CEMETERY
«tab»7371 CAMDEN RD CAMDEN, OH 45311
«tab»(937) 452-7554

[HI32722] (Research):Chester Zirkle
Age: 15 State: OH 1910
Color: W Enumeration District: 0011
Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0086
County: Champaign
Relation: NR
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place Head of Household Orlie F Jenkins W

[HI32725] (Research):Enumeration of Youth St Paris Village School District, Champaign County, OH no date c July 1906 Carl Ayers age 8 parent Bert

[HI32727] (Research):Name : Mary Catharine Ward
Death date : 12 Jan 1931
Death place : Saint Paris, Champaign, Ohio
Age at death : 83 years 2 months 2 days
Gender : Female Marital status : Married
Spouse name : David Ward
Father name : Z.W. Miller
Mother name : Unknown
GSU film number : 1992420 Digital GS number : 4020891 Image number : 590 Certificate number : fn 526 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI32728] (Research):Enumeration of Youth St Paris School District, Champaign Co, OH July 23, 1 892 Edward Ward age 18

[HI32729] (Research):Name : George Ward Titles : Death date : 19 Mar 1939 Death place : Columbus, Franklin, Ohio Birth date : 20 Dec 1868 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Hardin, Ohio Age at death : 70 years 2 months 29 days Gender : Male Marital status : Single Race or color : Caucasian Street address : Occupation : Tinsmith Residence : St. Paris, Ohio Burial date : 22 Mar 1939 Burial place : Cemetery name : Evergreen Spouse name : Father name : David Ward Father titles : Father birth place : Ohio Mother name : Mary Miller Mother titles : Mother birth place : Ohio Informant Roger Ward GSU film number : 2023709 Digital GS number : 4122489 Image number : 1579 Certificate number : fn 16398 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[XI32729] Listed in burial records in Sec 1 Lot 60 but no stone found there.

[NI32730] 1910 Franklin Co, Columbus, OH
Frank B Ward «tab»42 m1x m3y OH OH OH
Etta L Ward «tab»43 wife OH NY OH
Dorothy B Jennes «tab»4 niece

[DI32730] Name: «tab»Benjamin Franklin Ward
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»06 Jul 1949
Death Place: «tab»Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, United States
Birth Date: «tab»06 Apr 1869
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Champaign County, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»80 years 3 months
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Informant Mrs Etta L Ward
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»David Ward
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Catherine Miller
Mother's

[HI32731] (Research):Enumeration of Youth St Paris School District, Champaign Co, OH July 23, 1 892 Harry Ward age 20

[HI32732] (Research):Enumeration of Youth St Paris School District, Champaign Co, OH July 23, 1 892 Tom Ward age 18

CCGS Newsletter Dec 2004 pg 117 News From Westville Ohio March 12, 1908 Mr and Mrs Thomas Ward are now located in the village and had for their gu ests on Wed night of last week, several Springfield relatives.

[DI32732] Name: «tab»Thomas Ward
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»11 May 1929
Death Place: «tab»Saint Paris, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»15 Sep 1877
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Versoles, O.
Death Age: «tab»52 years 7 months 26 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»American
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Laborer
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»14 May 1929
Burial Place: «tab»St. Paris, O.
Cemetery Name: «tab»Evergreen
Spouse's Name: «tab»Maggie Ward
Father's Name: «tab»David Ward
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»O.
Mother's Name: «tab»Mary C.
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»O.
Film Number: «tab»1991872
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4022267

[XI32732] Burial record, but no stone located

[HI32734] (Research):CCGS Newsletter Winter 2005 Vol 21 No 3 pg 80 Sait Paris, Oh Graduates 192 6-1932 1930 Kermit Kite

Name: Kermit Kite SSN: 100-16-4563 Last Residence: 92112 San Diego, San Diego, California, United Stat es of America Born: 30 Oct 1912 Last Benefit: 43072 Saint Paris, Champaign, Ohio, United States of Ameri ca Died: Apr 1980 State (Year) SSN issued: New York (Before 1951 )

[DI32735] Name: Nancy Dash
Death date: 09 Sep 1949
Death place: St. Marys, Auglaize, Ohio, United States
Birth date: 25 Dec 1861
Estimated birth year:
Birth place: Ohio
Age at death: 87 years
Gender: Female
Marital status:
Race or color: Caucasian
Street address:
Occupation:
Residence:
Burial date:
Burial place:
Cemetery name:
Spouse name:
Father name: Abram Prince
Father titles:
Father birth place:
Mother name: Lucy Apple
Mother titles:
Mother birth place:
GSU film number: 2247096
Digital GS number: 4109181
Image number: 02828
Reference number: 53377
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI32736] (Research):Enumeration of Youth St Paris Village School District, Champaign County, OH no date c 1898 Walter Baker age 8

Enumeration of Youth St Paris Village School District, Champaign County, OH no date c July 1906 Walter Baker age 16 parent John

[HI32737] (Research):RUTH BAKER 29 Sep 1887 Dec 1970 49022 (Benton Harbor, Berrien, MI) (no ne specified) 380-20-3804 Michigan

[XI32737] 1887-1970

[DI32738] Name : Maggie E. Hayes
Death date : 22 Feb 1940
Death place : Canton Twp., Stark, Ohio
Birth date : 26 Apr 1886
Estimated birth year :
Birth place : Urbana, Ohio
Age at death :
Gender : Female
Marital status : Married
Race or color :
Street address :
Occupation :
Residence :
Burial date :
Burial place :
Cemetery name :
Spouse name : Harry H. Hayes
Father name : Jeremiah Buck
Father titles :
Father birth place :
Mother name : Jennie Palmer
Mother titles :
Mother birth place :
GSU film number : 2023829
Digital GS number : 4035624
Image number : 2215
Reference number : fn 13379
Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI32740] (Research):Enumeration of Youth St Paris Village School District, Champaign County, OH no date c July 1906 Don Kesler age 18 parent George

[DI32740] Name : Don Kesler Death date : 02 Aug 1949 Death place : Urbana, Champaign, Ohio, United States Birth date : 17 Apr 1888 Estimated birth year : Birth place : St. Paris, Ohio Age at death : 61 years 3 months 15 days Gender : Male Marital status : Race or color : Caucasian Street address : Occupation : Residence : Burial date : Burial place : Cemetery name : Spouse name : Father name : George Kesler Father titles : Father birth place : Mother name : Arabella Loudenback Mother titles : Mrs. Mother birth place : GSU film number : 2247094 Digital GS number : 4109164 Image number : 03208 Certificate number : 47333 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953 Informant, spouse Mrs Martha M Kesler

[HI32742] (Research):1880 Census Place Pleasant, Logan, Ohio Family History Library Film 12 55041
NA Film Number T9-1041 Page Number 203A Benj. BRABSON Self M Male W 32 PA Laborer PA PA Hannah BRABSON Wife M Female W 29 PA Keeping Hou se PA PA Freeland MC COY SSon S Male W 8 PA PA PA

BRABSON BENJAMI F County Name: CHAMPAIGN Date of Death: 1/17/1929 Volume Number: 5859 Certificate Number: 913

[DI32742] Name: «tab»Benjamin Franklin Brabson
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»17 Jan 1929
Death Place: «tab»Adams Twp., Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»14 May 1848
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»State
Death Age: «tab»80 years 8 months 3 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»General Labor
Residence: «tab»Adams Twp., Champaigne, Ohio
Burial Date: «tab»19 Jan 1929
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Greenwood
Spouse's Name: «tab»Hannah Brabson
Father's Name: «tab»William Brabson
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»State
Mother's Name: «tab»Susan Ackman
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»State
Film Number: «tab»1991721
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4022230

[HI32743] (Research):BROWN, Ralph E. Death date: 3/20/1917, Montgomery County
Volume #2220, Certificate #20824

[HI32744] (Research):They moved to Illinois between 1854 and 1856 and were listed in the 1860 c ensus of Cumberland County, Illinois (Research of Robert Rosenbaum rosey@tritron.net lineage f ound on Ancestry.com and downloaded 28 June 2003. Lee Hanks lee@hanks.c om also has the couple listed)

BARGER GEORGE NENW 34 11N 09E 3 01/08/18 84 CUMBERLAND

[HI32745] (Research):Name: Ina Walborn SSN: 279-42-2745 Last Residence: 43072 Saint Paris, Champaign, Ohio, United States of Amer ica Born: 5 Mar 1893 Died: Dec 1975 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (1963 )

[HI32747] (Research):CCGS Newsletter Winter 2005 Vol 21 No 3 pg 80 Sait Paris, Oh Graduates 192 6-1932 1930-Robert Putnam

Name: Robert L. Putnam SSN: 301-09-4038 Last Residence: 92545 Hemet, Riverside, California, United States of Amer ica Born: 4 Jul 1911 Died: 12 Nov 1997 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (Before 1951 )

[BI32751] Name: «tab»Harry Isaac Shawler
Gender: «tab»Male
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»30 Jan 1903
Birthplace: «tab»Brown, Miami, Ohio
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»George Shawler
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Alma Reeder
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C04216-9
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»549806
Reference Number: «tab»v 3 p 607

[HI32759] (Research):Child: a. Patricia Elizabeth Carr (1932 - 1932) m. Helen Harris Child: b. Martha Patricia Carr (1934 - alive) m. ?? Faye Child: Michaela Faye (1981 - alive) m. Delores Jean Shriner (29 May 1941 - alive) Children: c. Michael Stephen Carr (27 June 1967 WVa - alive) m. Ruth Venable on 31 March 1991 Mo (no children) m. Julie Marie Allen (27 Dec 1976 Mo - alive) on 20 Nov 1996 Clinton, H enry Co, Mo Child: Michael William (12 Dec 1996 Mo - alive) d. Paul Scott Carr (21 August 1969 WVa - alive) m. Kimberly Kay Heskitt (07 Dec 1969 - alive) on 20 June 1992 Clinton, H enry Co, Mo
Child: Cassidy Gene Carr (27 Dec 1999 Mo - alive)

[HI32769] (Research):A sister to Mrs F E Riker

[HI32771] (Research):NationalArmy Urbana, OH 30 April 1918; Born St Paris, Company M 330 Infant ry to 30 Jul 1918; Company F 101 Infantry to 23 Nov 1918' Company C 102 Ma chine Gun Battalion to discharge. Pvt. St. Mihiel; Meuse-Argonne; Defen se Sector, American Expeditionary Forces Jan 1918 to April 1919. Honorab le discharge 30 April 1919

Enumeration of Youth St Paris Village School District, Champaign County, OH no date c July 1906 Charles Ayers age 10 parent Bert

[HI32772] (Research):CCGS, Book III, August 2002 by Dorothy Shaffer, Champaign Co, Ohio St Par is Newspaper Abstracts Jan 1900-1916, Pg5. Mar 23 1900 MR ELMER AYERS born Jan 7, 1875 at Conover, OH, was at one time employ ed as butcher by HIRAM KNULL, he was the son of AUGUSTUS and REBECCA AYER S, he died Tuesday Mar 20, 1900, aged 25yrs, 2mo and 13 days, from the eff ects of an ulcerated hip joint. He was son-in-law of MR GEORGE KESSL ER at whose home he died. He md VERDIA KESSLER on Dec 19, 1895. To this un ion they had two sons ages four and two.

[HI32773] (Research):Enumeration of Youth St Paris School District, Champaign Co, OH July 23, 1 892 Bert Kesler, female age 17 (Could be Verdie?) other siblings in the same school

Tombstone reads Bertha

[HI32781] (Research):St Paris Era-Dispatch Oct 7 1887 Mrs Mahlon Mitchell will leave next week for Sterling Colorado, where s he will reside with her daughter Mrs Mollie Dodson, until some time duri ng the summer of 1888.

Went with her son Grant to KS in early 90's but returned in a few years. S he then removed to her daughters in Indiana where she died.

CCGS Newsletter Sept 1998 pg 96 Road Tax assessed on Chattels in Johnson T wp, Champaign Co, Ohio for the year 1876 Rebecca Mitchell .24

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 To wn of St Paris (St Paris Platted by David Huffman 21 Sep 1831) (There a re several books for lot numbers in St Paris and not all transactions a re represented by this transcription) Lot? 10/5/1898 Rebecca Mitchell to George S Klapp, 54 ft front. Bk81 Pg455

[NI32782] Groom's Name: «tab»William J. Allison
Groom's Birth Date: «tab»11 Jan 1887
Groom's Birthplace: «tab»Urbana, Ohio
Groom's Age: «tab»
Bride's Name: «tab»Atha L. Cooper
Bride's Birth Date: «tab»19 Aug 1888
Bride's Birthplace: «tab»Urbana, Ohio
Bride's Age: «tab»23
Marriage Date: «tab»10 Aug 1912
Marriage Place: «tab»Clark Co., Ohio
Groom's Father's Name: «tab»Nathan Allison
Groom's Mother's Name: «tab»Sarah Allen
Bride's Father's Name: «tab»Wöm Cooper
Bride's Mother's Name: «tab»Anna Wren
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

[DI32785] Name: «tab»Mary Frances Wilson
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»03 May 1933
Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»19 Dec 1843
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Madison, Oh
Death Age: «tab»89 years 5 months 14 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»American
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Housewife
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»05 May 1933
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Honeycreek Cemetery
Spouse's Name: «tab»Benoni R. Wilson
Father's Name: «tab»John T. Maxey
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Madison, Oh
Mother's Name: «tab»Charity Starr
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Xenia, Oh
Film Number: «tab»1992873
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4001877
Image Number: «tab»2611
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 26154

[NI32787] Son of Ross Forward and Darlie Louise Ogle
Son Chauncey B and grandson Chauncey B buried in Oak Dale Cemetery

[HI32789] (Research):Myrtle Tree Church Records (Organized 4/24/1830) Covers period 4/24/1830- 2/23/1850 CCGS Newsletter Spring 1998 pg24 Received 7/27/1839 Albert Stevens excl 11/15/1845

[DI32791] Name: «tab»Laura Blue Stover
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»27 Apr 1942
Death Place: «tab»Miami, Green, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»05 May 1879
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Death Age: «tab»62 years 11 months 2 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»American
Street Address: «tab»R.D. 1
Occupation: «tab»Housewife
Residence: «tab»Yellow Springs
Burial Date: «tab»29 Apr 1942
Burial Place: «tab»Yellow Springs, O.
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»L. O. Stover
Father's Name: «tab»Harve Sowers
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Isabelle Smith
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Va.
Film Number: «tab»2024001
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4057874
Image Number: «tab»3023
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 23418

[DI32792] Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 about Gertrud M King
Name: «tab»Gertrud M King
Birth Date: «tab»1890
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Residence City: «tab»Urbana
Residence County: «tab»Champaign
Residence state: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»4 Nov 1967
Hospital of Death: «tab»Mercy Memorial Hospital
City of Death: «tab»Urbana
County of Death: «tab»Champaign
Certificate: «tab»81021
Age at Death: «tab»77
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Autopsy: «tab»No Autopsy performed
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed

[NI32793] Groom's Name: «tab»Harold Milton Ankron
Groom's Birth Date: «tab»1892
Groom's Birthplace: «tab»Urbana Tp., Champaign, Ohio
Groom's Age: «tab»22
Bride's Name: «tab»Helen Leona Blue
Bride's Birth Date: «tab»1897
Bride's Birthplace: «tab»Jackson Tp., Champaign, Ohio
Bride's Age: «tab»17
Marriage Date: «tab»18 Feb 1914
Marriage Place: «tab»Champaign County, Ohio
Groom's Father's Name: «tab»William Ankron
Groom's Mother's Name: «tab»Annie Neer
Bride's Father's Name: «tab»John Blue
Bride's Mother's Name: «tab»Laura Sowers
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»M02317-2
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»530190
Reference Number: «tab»p526 cn1050

[HI32801] (Research):d/o Enoch West

[HI32802] (Research):History of Clark Co, OH Seaton J. Hedges settled close to the Champaign County line at an early da y. He married Harriet Miller, and was afterward remarried twice; he di ed on his farm. In 1810


Champaign Co- A Centennial Biographical History of Champaign Co, Ohio - 1902, (New York and Chicago The Lewis Publishing Co, 1902). pg 585 Elizabe th Hedges, daughter of Seton Hedges md Rev Gilbert Townley. Their dau Lau ra Townley md James H Rawlings. Sister Alice Townley md brother to Jame s, Douglas W Rawlings

[XI32802] Inscription: Aged 82y, 3m, 22d
"Was sixty three years a class leader in the ME Church here"

[HI32803] (Research):d/o Robert per tombstone

[HI32804] (Research):REV. ROBERT MILLER (deceased). Rev. Robert Miller was born in Prince Geor ge Co., Md., on the 19th day of August, 1767 ; his father was born in Amer ica, of Scotch parentage, and died while a soldier for the cause of Americ an independence, leaving a widow and six children, of whom Robert, then on ly 11 years of age, was the oldest. His lot was the usual one in those day s, of a hard struggle with poverty, notwithstanding which he educated hims elf in the English branches of study; learned the trade of carpenter and w orked at his trade for several years, until the 19th day of January, 179 3, he was married to Mary Highfield (to whom were born three children). a nd immediately afterward moved to the State of Virginia, where he lived un til the fall of 1796, when he emigrated to Kentucky, crossing the mountai ns to the Monongahela River, near Brownsville, Penn., where he remained du ring the winter, and in the spring of 1797, conveyed his family and househ old goods on flat-boats down that river and the Ohio to Limestone (now May sville), Ky., in which State he settled as a farmer, first in Mason and af terward in Fleming Co. May 7, 1799, his wife having died, he was married a gain to Elizabeth Hanson, who had born to her six children. In the year 18 12, he again removed his family to the Pretty Prairie, in Champaign Co., O hio, and bought a considerable body of land in what is now known as Mooref ield Township, in Clark Co., where he died Oct. 18, 1834, and way buri ed in the graveyard of the Moorefield M. E. Church, being a tract of la nd which he himself had donated as the site for a church and for burial pu rposes. His own account of his religious life and ministry is quite length v, and we have space for only a few extracts; he wrote of himself as follo ws: "My mother and most of my relations called themselves church people (t he Church of England), and I thought nobody was right as to religion but t hem. I sometimes heard of a people called Methodists, and from what I hea rd about them I was exceedingly mad against them, and thought they were t he false prophets. About the 21st year of my age, the Methodists beg an to preach in the neighborhood where I lived. Among the rest of the peop le, I went to hear what these bad folks would say. The preacher began to p reach, and I to hear; my prejudices were removed; my heart felt the tru th of his doctrine, and I went home in some sense a Methodist. In February ,. 1789, I joined the church: April, the same year, the Lord spoke pea ce to my soul." From this time forward, all through his life, he was an un compromising foe to wicked-ness of all sorts, so much so as that he sa id of himself, "My friends thought I was overmuch righteous because I wou ld not run with them to the same excess of riot. I became the wicked's byw ord and the drunkard's song." In 1802, he was licensed to preach, whe n, as he wrote, " I now began, in my plain manner, to cry aloud against wi ckedness of all kinds, such as swearing, Sabbath-breaking, drunkenness, an d, above all, the abominable practice of holding our fellow-creatures in b ondage. Now the tongue of persecution was let loose against me by the wick ed, and not only by them but by the religious, so-called, of all denominat ions, the Methodists not excepted; but still I went on to preach." Rath er an early Abolitionist for a Kentuckian was this old time Methodist prea cher. The result of this controversy was that, after manumitting a few sla ves which he possessed, he removed from what he called " the bloody la nd " to Ohio. In the year 1809, he was ordained, by Bishop Asbury, a loc al Deacon, and in 1831, by Bishop Roberts, a local Elder in the M. E. Chur ch. As a preacher, he was clear, incisive and forcible in his utterance, a nd famous throughout this part of Ohio for his quaint and graphic illustra tions. Many stories are told by early settlers of his peculiar gifts and p owers in the pulpit, for none of which have we space in our record. He die d; as he had lived, fearing God and not man, and left a widow, now long si nce dead, and a large family of children, who, with their descendants a nd connections, are among the most prominent residents of Clark, Champai gn and Logan Cos. Having felt the fires of persecution in his earlier mini stry, there was placed, by his own request, on his tombstone, in the litt le quiet graveyard above named, the simple epitaph, "Let me alone."

[HI32806] (Research):1860 Living in the household of Sylvester, his uncle, age 7 1870 at home, age 17

This finding elimintates this man, as his mother is lving with him in 190 0. He was in 1880 in Georgia. This man returns to Ohio, but insists his father was born in MA. He is fou nd in 1900 Ashtabula Co, Rome, OH born June 1851, md24y (Lorenzo D) Lillian, wife, 2/1855 2/2 Elmer E, son, 7/1886 Lavinia, mother 9/1822, 77 widow 5/5 OH CT NY

[DI32807] Name : Katheryn Ward Loudenback Titles : Death date : 27 May 1941 Death place : Urbana, Champaign, Ohio Birth date : 06 Dec 1863 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Urbana, Ohio Age at death : 77 years 5 months 21 days Gender : Female Marital status : Widowed Race or color : Caucasian Street address : 119 1/2 South Main Occupation : At Home Residence : Burial date : 29 May 1941 Burial place : Cemetery name : Oakdale Spouse name : Arthur T Loudenback Father name : Samuel Sr. Ward Father titles : Father birth place : England Mother name : Katheryn Loge Mother titles : Mother birth place : Virginia GSU film number : 2023916 Digital GS number : 4035647 Image number : 2136 Certificate number : fn 33937 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI32809] (Research):This source was from Champaign Co Newspaper abstracts. Also in these w as a notice of death of Anna Ward, wife of J Q A ward, died 5/6/1870 in N ew York City, formerly of Urbana, age 38

[HI32811] (Research):1880 Source:Census Place:Urbana, Champaign, Ohio FHL Film 1254998 National Archives Film T9-0998 Page 423B Emanl. RICHARDSON SelfMSW17OHOcc:LaborerFa: OHMo: PA Emma HUPPSisterFWW20OHOcc:Keeping HouseFa: OHMo: PA Burleigh HUPPSonMSW5MOH Fa: OHMo: OH

[HI32812] (Research):Urbana Daily Citizen July 16, 1947 William Carson McNeal, infant son of Mr. And Mrs. Walter McNeal died Tuesd ay morning at the Champaign County Hospital. Survivors are the parents, M r. And Mrs. Walter McNeal, 236 Taft Avenue. Services to be conducted by Re v. Samuel Furrow of the First Baptist Church will be held Wednesday morni ng at 10:00 a.m. at the Humphreys and Son Funeral Home. Burial will be ma de in Concord Township cemetery.

[DI32812] Urbana Daily Citizen
July 16, 1947

William Carson McNeal, infant son of Mr. And Mrs. Walter McNeal died Tuesday morning at the Champaign County Hospital. Survivors are the parents, Mr. And Mrs. Walter McNeal, 236 Taft Avenue. Services to be conducted by Rev. Samuel Furrow of the First Baptist Church will be held Wednesday morning at 10:00 a.m. at the Humphreys and Son Funeral Home. Burial will be made in Concord Township cemetery.

[DI32814] Urbana Citizen & Gazette
November 13, 1884
Miss Effie Powell, only daughter of John & Mary Powell of Salem Twp, died Tuesday, aged 18 years.

[HI32815] (Research):Mother of ten children, only two survive in 1879, 1 son and one daughter

[DI32816] PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COU RT OF COMMON PLEAS Record Book 24 pg 142 Filed 30 May 1850 Petition to Partition Joseph Stephens vs Josiah Mott et al Joseph Stephens owned 7/9a of the north half of Section 36 Twp 3 Ran ge 10 (Johnson Twp) and was asking for partition. William Scoby, decease d, left the following heirs; Margaret Scoby, widow, Mary Ann Schoby, wife of Josiah Mott; harriett Schoby, deceased, married.....Chestnut and left Joseph Chestnut and Vermillion Schoby of Indiana; Charles Schoby; William Schoby Jr; Nancy D Schoby married thomas E Jones; Lydia Schoby wife of William B Vandiver; Sarah Schoby, wife of Nathan Deaton; Elizabeth Schoby wife of Joseph McCollister and Kinny Schoby a minor of Clark Count y. Ohio

Record Book 24, Page 333- Filed 1 November 1850- Petition to Sell Land Jam es Smith, Administrator of William Scoby, deceased vs Margaret Scoby, Joseph Stephens et al William Scoby died seized of land in Section 36, Township 3, Range 10 (Jac kson Township). His heirs were: widow, Margaret Scoby and Mary Ann Scoby, wife of Josiah Mott of Miami County, Ohio; Charles Scoby of Warren County; William Scoby of Indiana; Nancy D. Scoby, wife of Thomas E. Jones of Clark County; Lydia Scoby, wife of William B. Vandiver of Miami County; Sarah Scoby, wife of Nathan Deaton of Champaign County; Elizabeth Scoby, wife of Joseph McCollester of Montgomery County; Kinney Scoby of Miami County; Joseph Chesnut and Vermillion Chesnut of Indiana.

[HI32817] (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) Willie Sturgeon attended 57 days absent 1

Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 about Wid Procter Sturgeon Name: Wid Procter Sturgeon Death Date: Feb 1959 County of Death: Manatee State of Death: Florida Race: White Gender: Male

[HI32818] (Research):CCGS Newsletter Winter 2005 Vol 21 No 3 pg 80 Sait Paris, Oh Graduates 192 6-1932 1929-Howard Sturgeon

[HI32819] (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 1934-Helen Sturgeon Richeson

[DI32819] Helen L. Sturgeon Richeson, age 95, of Gainesville, Florida, passed away on March 9, 2012.
Born on September 13, 1916 in St. Paris, Ohio, she was a daughter of the late Nellie and Wid Sturgeon.She attended Johnson-St. Paris School and was a graduate of Wittenberg College in 1938 and received a Master's Degree in Adult Education from the University of South Florida. On June 17, 1941, Helen married Herman Baker Richeson and they resided in St. Paris where her husband worked with his father as a funeral director at Richeson Funeral Home. They had one child, James, before Herman was killed in action during WWII in Belgium in 1945 on the last day of the Battle of the Bulge. In 1948, Charlene Magovern joined the family and in 1957 the three moved to Bradenton, Florida where Helen lived until moving to Gainesville, Florida in 2007. Helen taught elementary school for over 30 years and was the program director of a Migrant Adult Education program at Manatee Junior College before her retirement.Helen is survived by her son James Sturgeon Richeson of Gainesville, and her foster daughter Charlene M. (Robert) Blakely of Columbia, SC, her grandson, Robert Scott Weideman, her great granddaughter, Emily Isabella Weideman, both of Destin, Florida and nieces Sue Sturgeon Hamilton of Holmes Beach, Florida and Sara Sturgeon Donald of Richmond, VA..Funeral services will be held on Saturday, March 17, 2012 in the Atkins-Shively Funeral Home, 216 S. Springfield Street, Saint Paris, Ohio at 1 p.m. with her granddaughter, Reverend Janie Blakely, presiding.Burial will follow in Evergreen Cemetery, St. Paris.

[NI32820] Concord News November 14, 1878
Joseph Marshall, now occupying the homestead property of the late John Russell, just east of the church, is preparing to erect a new dwelling on the site of the old barn. The work of demolition has already commenced on the barn buildings.

[HI32820] (Research):HON JOHN RUSSELL, deceased; the subject of this memoir, was born in Conco rd Township, Champaign Co., Ohio, Sept. 22, 1827. He was the fourth s on of Robert and Mary Russell, who migrated to this county from Loudoun Co .. Va., about the year 1818, and settled near the farm where John was bor n. During boybood, John Russell worked on his father's farm, assisting h is parents, to whom he was very much attached, with his older brothers. Wh en quite young, he exhibited a breadth of intellegence and of good comm on sense which marked him for future usefulness. Hc acquired a common.scho ol education at the district school near his home. After arrivining at suf ficient age, he taught school in winter time, and, by industry and econom y, saved means so that, in the fall f 1849, he was enablcd to enter the Oh io Wesleyan University, at Delaware, where he remained for two ycars. grad uating in the Scientific course; then returned to his home, and soon sft er married Margaret M. Russell ( who survives him), the daughter of Aar on and Tamzon Russell, and sister to Messrs. George M.. James M. and Willi am M. Russell, now promineut merchants of Urbana, and John M. Russell, att orney, and a prominent bnsiness man of that city. The two families, thou gh of the same name, were not related. John Russell was a Christian boy, a nd at an early age united with the Methodist Episcopal Church, of whi ch he remained an efficient aud worthy member until his death; exemplifyi ng all the Christian graces. in an eminent degree in all his relatio ns of life. In 1854, without his solicitation, he was nominated and elect ed Clerk of the Court in his native County by the largest majority ever gi ven to any candidate in the County. His ability, conrtesy and integri ty so commended him to the court, the bar and the people, that he was cont inucd in this office for nine years. Soon after the expiration of his la st term as Clerk, he was appointed Chief Clerk to the Secretary of Stat e, and, upon the resignation of Ron. William Henry Smith as Secretary of S tate, Gov. Hayes appointed Mr. Russell to fill the vacancy. At the cxpirat ion of his term of office, he returned to Urbana, and was occupied in t he offic, of W. W. Wilson, Esq.. Collector of Internal Revenue for that d istrict. In the fall of 1869, he was nominated by acclamation and elect ed Senator for the district, composed of the counties of Champaign, Cla rk and Madison, but before the meeting of the Legislature he was sudden ly cut down by a stroke of paralysis, and died on the 16th of December, 18 69, in the 43rd year of his life. Mr. Russell was a man of the most abstem ious hahits. He was active in thc support of the Government in the prosec ution of the war to suppress the rebellion, and in him many a wounded sold ier found a sympathizing friend and a liberal heart and hand. Hc was acti ve and diligent in every good word and work. His rare capacity, unbound ed itegrity, uniform courtesy, coupled with his firm convictions of duty a nd his adherence to the right, caused him to be beloved in an eminent degr ee by all who knew him. At his death, the whole community joined in mourn ing his loss, and all the officers of the State met at Columbus and pass ed resolutions of deepest regret and highest eulogy upon his life and char acter, at which meeting Gov. Hayes, now President of the United States, p resided. The officers of the State attended his funeral in a body, with Go v. Hayes at their head, who, on ,that occasion, united with the ministe rs of aIl the Christian Churches in giving his testimony to the many virtu es and rare charactcr of John Russell. Champaign County has produccd ma ny men of talent and distinction, but it has produced but few who equal ed and nonc who excelled, in all the qualities of a truly useful Christi an gentleman, thc laumented subject of this brief sketch. His aged moth er and his esteemed widow are yet living at and near Urbana , his mother b eing now over 90 years of age, having for a long life impressed her christ ian character and noble womanhood upon her entire family and the neighborh ood in which he lived.

History of Concrd Twp Concord Township, like its sister townships, has produced some men of not e. Among these we may note the name of the late Hon. John Russell, late Se cretary of State. Mr. Russell was born at the old homestead about fifty ye ars since. Early in life, he qualified himself for teaching, and engag ed in that pursuit for a number of years. He was elected Clerk of the Cou rt about the year 1855, and served in that position for a number of yea rs with great acceptability. He was subsequently appointed Secretary of St ate to fulfill an unexpired term. When he died in 1869, he was Senator-ele ct to the General Assembly from this district. He was a self-made man, a nd an uncompromising advocate of the Government during the war. His kindne ss to the soldiers, both in the field and hospital, will long be remember ed and cherished by the "boys in blue."

Champaign Co, OH History by Beers 1881, pg 686-687 Champaign Co, Genealogical Society, Champaign Co Oh-Newspaper Abstracts M ay 1855-1871, (March 2000), pg200. December 30, 1869 Hon John Russell was born Champaign County 22nd Sept 1837 and died at h is late res in Urbana Dec 16 1869 in his 43rd year.....

Champaign Co, Deaths CCGS Newsletter Fall 1989 John Russell died 12/16/1869 in Urbana age 42

Additional family info found on line: William Cornelius Daley 9215 Baldwin Rd. Kirtland Hills, Ohio 44060 United States 440-256-4777 wadquest@aol.com

[HI32821] (Research):Mother of Rev David Scott

Grave in Myrtle Tree Cemetery of Winfield Scott died 8/15/1859 17y1m10d s on of D and Deborah.

1860 Champaign Co, Johnson, OH pg 235 Simeon Pence 40 Eliza 35 M E 17 S R 13 Deborah Scott 55 OH William 13 OH (Winfiled)

[HI32824] (Research):Niece of henry Toomire, cousin of Mrs Emmet Klapp and Mrs Samuel Hough

[HI32838] (Research):Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Jackson, Hardin, Ohio; Roll:T6 23 1284;Page:7A; Enumeration District:87. Frank McKinley 42 Wilhelmina McKinley 42 James McKinley 15 Ottie B McKinley 13 Anna E McKinley 12 Edith G McKinley 8 Gladys McKinley 3 Jos E McKinley 1

MCKINLEY, Frank M. Death date: 10/12/1931, Hardin County
Volume #6731, Certificate #60442

[HI32839] (Research):Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Jackson, Hardin, Ohio; Roll: T6 23 1284;Page: 7A;Enumeration Distric 87. Aaron McKinley 41 Elizabeth McKinley 31 Simon M McKinley 8 Alpha C McKinley 6 Lewis McKinley 5.12 Louemma McKinley 5.12

[HI32843] (Research):There is an IGI record showing her birth as Aug. 15, 1836. This record al so shows her birth in NJ, though the census records state OH as the birthp lace of all William's children. "Family Records or genealogies of the first settlers of Passaic Valley a nd Vicinity above Chatham" also states her birthdate as 8/15/1836.

Burial: May 05, 1869, Forest Hill Cemetery, Piqua, Miami Co, OH - Lot 7 9, Section 1 (Source: (1) Ancestry.com, Ancestry World Tree., (2) Hecke r, Cathy (transcription), Forest Hill Cemetery Index, "Electronic.")

[DI32845] Pg81 8/11/1890 Mrs Frances C Sampson died Saturday at the home of daughter Mrs I B Happersett on Scioto St; she would have been 88 years in September. She was the mother of Mrs I B Happersett, Mrs James Allison, Mrs Snauffer, Miss Fanny Sampson and William Sampson

[NI32848] Dau of John Johnson

[DI32849] Newspaper Abstract
April 19, 1877
Mrs Elizabeth Funk, relict of the late Joel Funk, was born in Lancaster Co, PA, 21st Sept 1792; died Kawakee, IL, 22nd March, 1877. She married Joel Funk in 1812 andin 1829 removed to this county settling near Kingston where she lived until the death of her husband, a few years ago and since which time she has lived among her children

Will Book D pg 254 Elizabeth Funk probated 3/27/1877 Daus Emily A Myers and Caroline E Share?; grdau Rovilla A Funk, son Aar on Benson Funk. Missionary Society of Cincinatti $50 Thomas Thimpson Exec Wit: L D Ward now of Harrison Co, OH L J Clemons now of Cass Co, IN Signed 6/17/1872

[HI32867] (Research):Champaign Co Guardianships & Indentures Vol 1 pg 262 April 16 1838 Geor ge S Shrouffe gdn of Nicholas S Shrouffe 14yr son and minor heir of geor ge Shrouffe, decd'. Surities Daniel Groves, Abel Long

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 #17 29 Nov 1850 Jacob & Christina Batdorf to George Wells, $1.00, de ed to correct deed made in name of George Work, which should have been Wir ick (19 Jun 1846, Book U Pg 145) and conveyed by Wirick to Nicholas Shrou fe & from Schrouf to Wells

[NI32868] Md Robert Barr

[DI32869] Name: «tab»Ruth Marie Crist Dye
Death Date: «tab»21 Mar 1930
Death Place: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»14 Aug 1905
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Springfield, Oh
Death Age: «tab»24 years 7 months 7 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Housewife
Residence: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Burial Date: «tab»25 Mar 1930
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Ferncliff Cemetery
Spouse's Name: «tab»Clarence Noble Dye
Father's Name: «tab»William L. Jr. Crist
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Springfield, Oh
Mother's Name: «tab»Rosa May Swantybaugh
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Clark Co., Oh
Film Number: «tab»1992086

[XI32869] 53620 «tab»DYE «tab»RUTH «tab»C. «tab»00/00/0000 «tab»«tab»03/21/1930 «tab»03/25/1930 «tab»S «tab»Lot 27 «tab»SubLot 1 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 1

53621 «tab»DYE «tab»LULU «tab»«tab»00/00/0000 «tab»«tab»11/06/1971 «tab»11/09/1971 «tab»S «tab»Lot 27 «tab»SubLot 1 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 3

[HI32871] (Research):1850 Census is Rebecca Pangle, age 60, poss sister

[HI32872] (Research):Champaign Co, Ohio Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 Pg 172 19 APril 1828 Al exander McCorkle gdn of James Ward 15yr (Mar 12 1828) son and heir of Jam es Ward, dec'd/

[HI32877] (Research):Record Book 8, Page 467 - Filed 4 June 1824 - Petition for Dower Jane Horn back, widow of John Hornback Vs James Hornback, John Hornback, Abraham Hornback and Simeon Hornback John Hornback died in February 1824 seized of the west half of Section 8 T ownship 4 Range 13 (Harrison Tp.), however, the patent was in the na me of the son, James Hornback. John left all of his estate to his childre n, except a trifle which was left to his wife. John and Jane were marri ed about 13 years ago (1811) in Pickaway County. Both had children by for mer mates, but no children were born to John and Jane. Jane had $500 whi ch went to John on their marriage and John used this money to purchase t he land. He paid the first payment and got a certificate, the second paym ent he paid through John Wall, the thirdpayment through John Vaughn and t he fourth through his son, James Hornback. George Hornback, a remaining s on, was given $400. The defendants saythat the father was marri ed to Jane, but not legally as her husband, James Campbell, was still livi ng when they were married and that Jane began living with John Hornba ck in Kentucky when James left. They claim that John purchased the land b ut sold it to James at least two years before he died. The court decre ed that Jane was entitled to the dower plus the value of $53 which was ren ts due since the death of John Hornback. The money was to be paid with si xty days and all parties were to pay the costs of $50.70.

[HI32878] (Research):Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 pg 200 18 April 1831 James McINti re (their brother) gdn of Zelpha McIntire 16yr, Jerusha McIntire 13yr, Sam uel McIntire 11yr, John McIntire 6yr; heirs of John McIntire dec'd Suriti es Jacob Sarver, William Conwell MB 13-582

[HI32881] (Research):Champaign Co- A Centennial Biographical History of Champaign Co, Ohio - 1902, (New York and Chicago The Lewis Publishing Co, 1902). pg657

[HI32883] (Research):Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 pg 200 18 April 1831 James McINti re (their brother) gdn of Zelpha McIntire 16yr, Jerusha McIntire 13yr, Sam uel McIntire 11yr, John McIntire 6yr; heirs of John McIntire dec'd Suriti es Jacob Sarver, William Conwell MB 13-582

Zilpha McIntire married Thomas Dick. Zilpha McIntire, daughter of John Mc Intire and Jane Wilson, married Thomas, son of Jacob Dick and Sarah McInti re. John and Sarah were siblings and siblings of Thomas and Charles, Zilp ha & Thomas Dick lived in Pickaway Co. OH

[HI32884] (Research):Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 pg 200 18 April 1831 James McINti re (their brother) gdn of Zelpha McIntire 16yr, Jerusha McIntire 13yr, Sam uel McIntire 11yr, John McIntire 6yr; heirs of John McIntire dec'd Suriti es Jacob Sarver, William Conwell MB 13-582

I was glad to see you list Jerusha as a daughter of John McIntire & Jane W ilson. Jerusha was my wife's great grandmother, a first cousin of my gre at gandmother, Elizabeth. Jerusha doesn't get listed sometimes in th at family. She did get on the list of heirs of John, at the courthous e. I, just the past week, sent much on Jerusha's two families to a wom an that is helping someone collect material for a book on the McIntire

Jerusha was married to Stilley McGill on 8 Dec 1836 (on application, "h er brother Lemuel present"). Stilley Died ca 1840, leaving Jerusha wi th 3 small children. On 23 Feb 1845, Benjamin Shoots & Jerusha McGill we re married. He had lost his 1st wife, Keziah Esra, in 1844. Benjamin & Ke ziah had 6 children. Benjamin & Jerusha had 5 child- ren. All of the ch ildren of Benjamin & Jerusha & many of the descendant of these families a re listed in the book. For most of their life after their marriage, Benjam in & Jerusha lived in Logan Co.



wspeece@loganrec.com bill Speece

[HI32885] (Research):Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 pg 200 18 April 1831 James McINti re (their brother) gdn of Zelpha McIntire 16yr, Jerusha McIntire 13yr, Sam uel McIntire 11yr, John McIntire 6yr; heirs of John McIntire dec'd Suriti es Jacob Sarver, William Conwell MB 13-582

Md Mary B Kerr 1820-1897. Son James Lemuel McIntire 1844-1912

Family chart in Summer 1994 CCGS Newsletter pg 70 submitted by Dixie Blai n, Grants Pass Oregon

[HI32886] (Research):Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 pg 234 Nov 3, 1833 Jesse Harbor, gdn of John Pine 15yr, Cynthia Pine 12yr, Willi am Pine 17yr, Boaz Pine 13yr, Lucy Pine 10 yr, Judah Pine 7 1/2 yr, Jam es Pine 5 1/2 yr, George Pine 3 1/2 yr, Elizabeth Pine 1 month, minor hei rs of James Pine, dec'd. (MB15-60) William Pine-lameless and disabled unab le to appear in court. Surities John Humphries, James Manwine

[HI32889] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardianships pg 118 April 14 1832 John Slicer gdn of Jam es Fithian 14yr (Jan 17 last) son of James Fithian dec.d Surities John Mc Cord

[DI32889] Newspaper Abstract
March 13, 1879
James Fithian died in Storytown, PA, where he had gone on a visit; aged 61 years, unmarried

[HI32891] (Research):Masonic Directory 1902 Harmony Lodge No 8 F & AM Organized in 1810 Past Masters- George Fithian 1817-Term 6 months

CCGS Newsletter June 1998 Pg 67 More Commissioner's Reports Minuted from June 7 1815 to Jan 22, 1817 September 6, 1815 •Ordered that George Fithian be authorized to contract for two brass bal ls and a weather vane of proper dimensions to fix on the spire of the cou rt house and for an iron conductor on lightning rod for the same and th at he he allowed to draw on the treasurer for one hundred dollars as a con tingent to defray the expenses of the same and also that he may be authori zed to purchase a map of the State for the use of the county commissioners . November 18, 1815 •David Vance and George Fithian commissioners met to provide for the main tainance of Helda Miller an insane woman confined in prison when it was ag reed engage John Neal of Miami township to keep said lunatick and it was f urther agreed to give said Neal the sum of two hundred dollars per ann um to be paid quarterly for providing her with comfortable cloathing and d iet during said term and that George Fithian clerk to the board enter in to an agreement in writing for said purpose.


PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COU RT OF COMMON PLEAS PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Record Book 12, Page 20- Filed 28 October 1829 (See Record Book 9, Page 2 31 - William Steel vs George Fithian & Others) Widowand Heirs of Alexander Woods deceased vs George Fithian, Administrator and Samuel McCord The widow, Catharine Woo ds Sr., and the heirs: Kemp Woods, Sally Woods, Francis Woods and Cathari ne Woods Jr., claim that George Fithian did not give a true accounti ng of his administration of the estate of Alexander Woods. The court appoi nted appraisers, John Reynolds, Benjamin Doolittle and William Mille r, on 10 October 1814, valued the estate at $484.25 but $350 was all th at was ever sent to the widow. On 8 August 1831 the case was dismiss ed as George Fithian was able to show the court that there were no asse ts left after the debts had been paid.

Record Book 12 pg 632 Filed 9 October 1832 William Fithian, Administrator of Georg Fithian vs Widow and heirs On 18 Jan 1828, George Fithian sold the north half of the east half of t he south=east quarter of Section 35 Twp 5 Range 12 (Salem Twp) to Edward B ates. A clear deed is needed for Bates from the heirs: Sarah Fithian, wido w; Rebecca, wife of Allen M Poff; heirs of Sarah Fithian Rock Preston; Jo hn Rock, George Rock, James Rock, Francis Rock, Othaniel preston, Willi am Preston and Charles Preston; heirs of James Fithian; Harriet Fithian, M ilton Fithian, james Fithian and Eliza Fithian.

Record Book 13, Page160 - Filed 16 October 1832 William C. Keller, Administrator for George Fithian Vs William Fithian et al, Heirs of George Fithian George Fithian died in Illinois but held Lot Number 28 in the town of Urba na, Champaign County. Joseph C. Vance, director of Urbana, had sold the l ot to Henry Varimeter, who sold it to Edward W. Pearce (died June 1814 ). William and Mary Pearce, heirs of Edward had sold their interest to Ed ward B. Cavileer and George Fithian, as administrator of the estate had pu rchased the lot. George Fithian left the following heirs: Sally Fithia n, widow; William Fithian; Rebecca wife of Allen M. Poff, all of Illinoi s; James Fithian deceased left heirs: Harriet Fithian, Milton Fithian (wa rd of Charles Swan), James Fithian (ward of John Slicer), and Eliza Fithia n; Sally Fithian Rock Preston left the following heirs: John Rock of Champ aign County, George Rock of Logan County, James Rock and Francis Rock of I llinois, William Preston and Charles Preston of Illinois.

Fithian's Tavern Offered Shelter Against Rumored Indian Attack A Warren Everhart Column George Fithian came to Springfield soon after that town was platted, he es tablished his home and a tavern there in 1803, the first court held in Cha mpaign County was held in his home in that same year. When Urbana was chos en for the county seat in 1805, Fithian immediately transferred his dwelli ng place to Urbana. One of the most prominent of the early buildings in Ur bana was the tavern of George Fithian, a log building built in 1805 on t he lot where the Post Office is now located (200 South Main Street). In 1806 Fithian enlarged his building by adding a store room which was ope rated by Samuel McCord, the first one in Urbana. In 1808 a story became ci rculated in the town that Indians were planning to attack the village. T he inhabitants were all notified to come to the Fithian building for safet y. They all came, about fifteen or twenty families, men, women and childre n, all spent one night at the tavern but no Indians came to do them harm. Fithian operated the tavern until 1813 when he sold it to John Enoch. Fith ian then left Urbana, migrating to Urbana, Ill, where it is possible th at through his influence Urbana and Champaign County in Illinois were giv en those names. John Enoch operated the tavern for a few years, the log bu ildings were weatherboarded, and the next owner was William Thomas, who us ed it as a residence and a watch and clock repair shop during the balan ce of his and his wife's life. At one time during its earlier days scho ol was held in the building. In 1878 the organization known as the Grace M ethodist Church purchased the lot, the razing of the old log structure w as watched by large crowds of children and grand-children of the old pione ers who stayed there the night of the Indian scare. Nearly all citize ns of Urbana can remember the beautiful Grace Methodist Church which grac ed the lot for more than a half century until it gave way to the Post Offi ce only a few years since. •

Urbana Daily citizen, 6 Feb 1959 Abstracted by Pat Sticklev

From Urbana, The Ohioan, Thursday Oct 13 1825 Sheriff's Sale- ..... Also at the house of George Fithian, on the same d ay (25th ist), one clock and case, one surveyor's compass, and one ridi ng carriage, the property of George Fithian, at the suit of Gustavus Swa n, for the use of Wyman and Tiffany John Wallace, Sheriff, Champaign County

[HI32894] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardian and Indentures Vol 1 pg 593 Jun 27 1857 Milton Fith ian gdn of Charles M Pence Ca9 yrs; Ellen M Pence C7yr Children of Isaac a nd Elia Pence. Surity Isaac Johnson

Pg 325 9 april 1846 Milton Fithian gdn of John M Pence 14yr; George H Pen ce 3 yr, children of Isaac Pence. Surity Jacob Patrick

[HI32895] (Research):Record Book 9, Page 341 Heard Oct term 1827 Petition to Sell Land William Fithian and James H Spain, Administrators of Theoderick Spain vs Heirs of said deceased Theoderick Spain died about April 16 1824 and was seqzed of real and perso nal property worth $2150.79. He also owned 120 acres on the south si de of Darby Creek in Military Survey 114743 (Goshen Tp.) which had been de eded to him by Alexander Bourn(?) 'and wife; In-Lot Number 11 and Out-L ot Number 6 in Mechanicsburg. The heirs of Theoderick Spain: James H. Spai n, petitioner; John Spain (minor); David F. Spain (minor); Frances, wi fe of William Fithian (she and one child are deceased); Nancy Spain (minor ); and Hester Spain (minor). Robert M. Goode was the guardian a ad litem f or the minors. On 28 February 1827 the 120 acres was valued at $5.00 per a cre and In-Lot Number 11 was valued at S1000. The sale of the land was n ot recorded.

The history of Champaign and Logan Counties : from their first settlement Bellefontaine, Ohio: Press Print. Co., 1872, 460 pgs. Marriages between 1811 and 1820 Dr William Fithian, now of Illinois with a Miss Spain and after her deceas e, Miss Berry d/o Judge Berry

[NI32897] Md Allen McGuire Poff 7/29/1813 Cincinnati, OH

[BI32898] Name: «tab»Chas E. Xander
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[HI32899] (Research):Record Book 12 pg 632 Filed 9 October 1832 William Fithian, Administrator of Georg Fithian vs Widow and heirs On 18 Jan 1828, George Fithian sold the north half of the east half of t he south=east quarter of Section 35 Twp 5 Range 12 (Salem Twp) to Edward B ates. A clear deed is needed for Bates from the heirs: Sarah Fithian, wido w; Rebecca, wife of Allen M Poff; heirs of Sarah Fithian Rock Preston; Jo hn Rock, George Rock, James Rock, Francis Rock, Othaniel preston, Willi am Preston and Charles Preston; heirs of James Fithian; Harriet Fithian, M ilton Fithian, james Fithian and Eliza Fithian.

Record Book 13, Page160 - Filed 16 October 1832 William C. Keller, Administrator for George Fithian Vs William Fithian et al, Heirs of George Fithian George Fithian died in Illinois but held Lot Number 28 in the town of Urba na, Champaign County. Joseph C. Vance, director of Urbana, had sold the l ot to Henry Varimeter, who sold it to Edward W. Pearce (died June 1814 ). William and Mary Pearce, heirs of Edward had sold their interest to Ed ward B. Cavileer and George Fithian, as administrator of the estate had pu rchased the lot. George Fithian left the following heirs: Sally Fithia n, widow; William Fithian; Rebecca wife of Allen M. Poff, all of Illinoi s; James Fithian deceased left heirs: Harriet Fithian, Milton Fithian (wa rd of Charles Swan), James Fithian (ward of John Slicer), and Eliza Fithia n; Sally Fithian Rock Preston left the following heirs: John Rock of Champ aign County, George Rock of Logan County, James Rock and Francis Rock of I llinois, William Preston and Charles Preston of Illinois.

[DI32903] Name: «tab»Chas A Bailey
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Father's Name: «tab»Shannon S Bailey
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Mother's Name: «tab»Lucy Bowen
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Film Number: «tab»2022525
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[DI32904] Name: «tab»Alta Mcclung
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Mother's Name: «tab»Lucy Bowen
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[HI32907] (Research):Will signed 10/14/1813 recorded 8/8/1816 Union Twp, pg 68 ; Wife Esther; c hildren mentioned but not named. Friends james Dunlap and John Thomas Exec. Wit Zephaniah Luse Wm Dunlap.

PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Record Book 8, Pages 370-371- Filed November Term 1824 Heirs of Abijah Wa rd -During the March Term 1824 the following suit was filed: Mary Ward (widow of Samuel Ward, deceased), Julian Ward (daughter of Samuel Ward, deceased & his wife, Mary), Nathan Reece and Abigail (nee Ward) his wife, Stephen Burwell and Lucinda (nee Ward) his wife vs Esther Ward, Samuel Shockey & Nancy (nee Ward) his wife, Abijah Ward, Sarah Ward, Laurence Ward, James Ward, Elizabeth Ward & Stephen Ward "the last five of whom are minors ". Within the document, Esther Ward was appointed the guardian of the minors. Abijah Ward, deceased was the owner of 320 acres on the waters of Bu ck Creek in Champaign County. .'That in virtue of a deed of conveyance fr om John Ward and Obed Ward heirs at law of said Abijah'. the above list ed persons were entitled to equal portions of the land. The case was settled as petitioned and court costs were assessed at $8.47.

PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COU RT OF COMMON PLEAS Record Book 11, Page 445 - Heard 10 September 1829 Howell Campbell Vs Jeremiah Wilson et al Reuben Campbell died about seven years ago and Howell Campbell was the adm inistrator. The final settlement was made in June 1829 and Howell paid $2 72.63 due by the estate for which there was no provision. Reuben Campbe ll purchased the west half of the south-west quarter of Section 19 Townsh ip 5 Range11 (Urbana Tp.) from Obid and Samuel Ward; Samuel had purchased h is sharefrom his brother, John Ward and the land was originally own ed by Abijah Ward. Reuben sold 10 acres from the south-west corner, bei ng 40 rods square, to Howell Campbell and Campbell needs a clear deed. Re uben did not receive a clear deed from the Wards; however, on 19 October 1 825 Obid Ward gave a deed for his share to Reuben Campbell's heirs. Samu el Ward was deceased and his heirs did not live in Ohio. John Ward liv ed near Zanesville, Ohio. Reuben Campbell's heirs: Howell Campbell; Eliza beth, wife of Jeremiah Wilson of Indiana; Hannah, wife of Jonathan Helms/Holmes of Indiana; Margaret, wife of Hiram Real; Jonathan Campbell deceas ed left the following heirs: Jane Campbell, widow and son Albert Campbe ll (William Bayles was guardian ad litem). By 11 October 1830 the complai nant dismissed the case as John Ward had made a deed to the Campbell heir s. The court ordered the Howell was to receive a deed f or the 10 acre s. The court appointed appraisers, James Rawlins, Samuel Goldsmith and Be njamin Sweet, valued the rest of the land at $168 on 8 November 183 0. On I February 1831 Howell Campbell purchased the remainder of the la nd for $113.

Record Book 12, Page 81 - Filed 11 April 1831 Heirs of Abijah Ward Vs Daniel Baker
Abijah Ward purchased the south-west quarter and south-east quarter of Sec tion 31 Township 6 Range 11 (Union Tp.) from ... Smith. Smith owed the Go vernment $100 for the land at the time of the sale, therefore, he gave Wa rd a note for $100. Daniel Baker purchased land in Section 25 Townsh ip 6 Range 11 (Union Tp.) from Smith and it was agreed between them that B aker would give 50 acres off of the west side of the north-west quart er of Section 25 to Ward for the $100 debt of Smith. Af ter Baker receiv ed the patent for the land he was to grant a deed to Ward. Abijah.Ward to ok possession of 50 acres at the time of the sale to Baker and a paper w as deposited with Justice Jones, a neighbor. The paper is now lost. In t he answer by Daniel Baker he stated that he purchased the land from Fieldi ng Lowry, an agent of John Smith. That Ward did occupy the land and cut t he timber, but he denies that he was supposed to give a deed. On 24 Octob er 1831 the bill was dismissed by the consent of the complainants.

Champaign Co, Oh Land grants Ward, Abijah, a/o John Smith-7/20/1812-SW1/4, S31, T6,R11- Vol J Pg 2 Ward, Abijah, a/o John Smith - 7/20/1812- SE1/4, S31,T6,R11-Vol J, Pg 3

Abijah Ward Estate Sale April 23, 1827 Abijah's will was compiled 14 Oct., 1813 and recorded on 8 Aug., 1816 in C hampaign Co., OH Will book A, pg. 68 He died 11 years before his estate was sold. Sarah Wa rd Abijah Ward Jr. Richard Ward Isaac Evans Edward Evans Van Meter Dani el Baker Sam Overfield Samuel Shockey John Osborn Joseph Osborn Nathan Reese Isaac Inskeep Samuel Goldsmith John Ford Jam es Ford Elisha Rigdon Jessee Dodson John Roberts Ephriam Roberts Samuel Miller David Yeazel Jose ph Robinson James Reed James Fulton Henry Hall George Sparks Thomas Macphe rson Alexander Beaty Alexander Ropp John Winn L.G.Cantrall Zephaniah Luse All property sales were in Champai gn Co., OH.

Champaign Co, Guardianships Book 1 pg 166 Mar 28 1827 Abijah Ward gdn of Lawrence Ward 20yr, James Ward 19yr, Elizabeth Ward 17y r, Stephen Ward; heirs of Abijah Ward, dec'd. Surities William Fyffe, Zeph aniah Luse

CCGS Newsletter Spring 1991 pg 32 from Daisy Goodsell, Hyrum Utah Need burial info on Abial H L Ward who was the son of John and Nancy Wa rd of Hardin Co, Ohio. Abial had a brother James T G Ward.

10/2009 I will send what I have for Abijah Sr. and Jr. I have a great great deal of info, but always the mysteries and puzzles. I have copies of all kinds of documents for both of them. Please wait to do more until I can share with you. This gets into the surname ROBERTS. Abijah Jr. d. 1841 (memory) and his wife Margaret Evans Ward quickly m. William ROBERTS. Margaret Evans Ward Roberts is in the 1860 census Clark Co., OH as the head. I think I can send the census page, or if you want to look it up, you could get a head start on seeing the Ward ch. in the home of Margaret Roberts. There is a 30 yr. old Isaac in the household, though ISAAC is really hard to read. The problems begin with the young 25 year old female in the home with ch. John and Lucinda. Again, I have a ton of info, but always the holes. Maybe one step at a time would be good. Anita

[HI32909] (Research):Source of John Mason Hall Sr is douglasrhenry@yahoo.com (douglas henry) J an 2002

Researcher- Janet Dapson Hall, Arlington, IL jdaphall@comcast.net

Residence: Atlas of Champaign County Adams township (Poplar Grove Far m) 13 miles Northwest of Urbana, OH

Record Book 26, Page 321 — Filed 9 May 1856 — Petition for Dower Margar et Hall vs Jerman Hall & Others John Hall died in 1855 and left the following heirs: Margaret Hall, wido w; Jerman Hall; Thomas Hall; Sarah Hall Barger deceased, left Joseph Barge r, Frederick Barger, Sarah Elizabeth Barger and Melissa Barger wife of Wil liam Crim; Fleming Hall; John Hall; Elizabeth Hall married Samuel Bousma n. John’s land was 106 acres located on the west side of the north—east quarter of S ection 35 Township 4 Range 12 (Concord Township) and Lots 13 and 14 in Mil lerstown, Johnson Township.

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.

Researcher- Janet Dapson Hall, Arlington, IL jdaphall@comcast.net 4/2006 My particular question involves two John Halls. The first was born in Abin gdon Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia, in 1758, the son of Nathan Hal l. John died in Patrick County about 1832. His son John was born in Henry/ Patrick County about 1786. He died in Concord Township, Champaign Coun ty in 1854. Both Douglas Henry and you have indicated that the full na me of these two men was John Mason Hall. At this point I have looked at ba ptismal and marriage records, land records, and various court cases and n ot one of them indicate that either man ever used a middle name or ev en a middle initial. Therefore, I’m curious as to where the name Mason ca me from.

[HI32910] (Research):Possibly Juda Harbour

[HI32911] (Research):Prob d/o Nicholas and Margaret Kizer Elizabeth moved to Atchison County, Missour with three sons by 1892.

Tarkio Independent IN MEMORIAM Elizabeth Kaiser (Kiser)

Elizabeth Kaiser was born in Shelby county, Ohio, June 21, 1817. S he united with the Methodist church in early youth. In 1837 she was marri ed to Fleming Hall, a prominent class leader in the Methodist church.
Nine children were born to them- eight sons and one daughter. At t he outbreak of the war Mr. Hall was mustered into the 66th Ohio regimen t, and in 1862 was captured by Bank's brigade, and shortly afterward di ed in the hospital from a sickness contracted in the service. He was buri ed in the national cemetery at Lynchburg, Va. With no less courage and br avery than the father who gave his life for his country, did the widowed m other give herself to the task of caring for her family. In 1866 Mrs. Ha ll moved to Illinois, and 1877, she with three of her sons, G. Walker, Tal mon and Morris, moved to Atchison county, Missouri, and settled near the o ld Homer post office. Her natural energy and ambition increased, rath er than diminished, with her growing years. In her religious life she man ifested similar characteristics, and when, five or six years ago, she expe rienced a change in her doctrinal views of the church, she announced to h er friends, the result of her decision and was baptized into the membersh ip of the Bethany Baptist church. For several years she had been in faili ng health, and during the past few months it was apparent to her friend s, that her life work was fast drawing to a close. Her last days were fu ll of mental suffering, yet she often declared that there was unrest of t he soul. Her confidence in her Savior never wavered and she would often r epeat: "Yes, blessed Lord, it is all right."
On Saturday, June 22nd, at 2 p.m., she passed away. Without fear a nd without pain, pulsation ceased and in an instant she had burst the fett ers of the flesh, flung aside the habiliments of mortality and passed fr om death to life.
She leaves four sons to mourn her loss-Marian, Walker, Talmon and Mor ris. The rest of the family have all gone, and now, father, mother, sist er and four brother wait and watch for the coming of the others.
The funeral services were held at the home of G.W. Hall and were cond ucted by Rev. W.L. Nash and assisted by Dr. Duncan Brown, after which t he remains were laid to rest in Home cemetery.
"Thus star by star declines,
Till all are passed away
As morning high and higher shines
To pure and perfect day;
Nor sink those stars in empty night-
They hide themselves in Heaven's own light."
W.L.N

[HI32912] (Research):Biographical Record of Shelby County Ohio pages 578,579

William M. Hal William M. Hall

One of the energetic businessmen of Sidney, Shelby County, is he whose na me is given above. He is a dealer in agricultural implements, also carryi ng a fine stock of buggies, carriages, etc., with warerooms at Nos. 618 a nd 620 Main Avenue, near Court Street, where he has been in business sin ce 1875, having first embarked in the buggy business exclusively.

Mr. Hall was born in Concord Township, Champaign County, Ohio, May 11, 183 9. He is a son of Fleming and Elizabeth (Kiser) Hall, the father bei ng a native of Virginia who came to Champaign County when a boy, his fathe r, Capt. John Hall, being one of the pioneers of the State. The latter 's title was acquired in the War of 1812, in which he served. They were f armers, our subject's father devoting himself to that calling in Concord u ntil the late war, when he enlisted in the Sixty-sixth Ohio Infantry and w as taken prisoner at Winchester, VA. He was one of the victims of the Lyn chburg Prison. In connection with his farming, he carried on large sto ck dealings. His wife was born in Clarke County and was reared in Green T ownship, Shelby County. They had a family of nine children, but of the se only six survive. They are William M,. Of whom we write; John Riley, G eorge Walker, F.H.(Talmon), and Morris Howe Hall. The mother with thr ee of her children is at present residing in Atchison County, MO. The bo ys are know as the Hall Bros., and are prominent dealers in agricultural i mplements, stocks and farm lands.

William M. Hall received his education in the schools at Urbana, and aft er finishing he at once engaged in farming and in the stock business and l ater became proprietor of a general country store until 1873 when he beca me interested in the business in which he now is. He served gallant ly in the war, enlisting first in the One Hundred and Ninety-second Ohio I nfantry on one year's call and serving as Orderly of Company C. He join ed the company February 23, 1865 and was mustered out September 1, 186 5. During service, he was sent to Shenandoah Valley Army, commanded by Ge neral Duryea, where he served until the close of the war.

Returning to his father's place, our subject engaged in the mercantile bus iness, and 1878-79-80 he filled the office of City Marshall, taking th is in addition to his legitimate business, to which last he added the agri cultural implements in 1880, in which he has been very successful. He kee ps three men constantly on the road. In 1886, he secured the organizati on of the Sidney Buggy Company, of which he was manager until 1889, and ag ain from November 1891 until the present time. This company was organiz ed for the manufacture of light vehicles and gives employment to from twen ty to thirty-five skilled workmen. The firm is now known as Fristoe, Stew art & County, our subject being the company, the others his sons-in-law.

The marriage of the original of this sketch took place April 23, 186 1, at which time he was united to Miss Mary Woodard, a native of Clarke Co unty but reared in Champaign, and a daughter of James Woodard, a mercha nt in the last-named place. Five children have been born to Mr. and Mr s. Hall, one of whom, a boy, died when two years old. Uretta E. is the wi fe of W.H. Fristoe; Alice J. is the wife of L.A. Stewart; Sarah Ella marri ed C.W. Kiser, Piqua, this State, and a dealer in agricultural implement s; Anna F. is still at home. Mr. Hall owns a fine property and an attract ive and commodious residence. No man is better known in this part of t he State than the original of this sketch. He has traveled time and aga in through these counties and is as well liked as he is respected.

Lot 65-3 in Graceland Cemetery pg 59

William M Hall Enlist Date Enlist Place Enlist Rank Enlist Age 23 February 1865 1st Sergt years old 26 Served Ohio Enlisted C County 192nd Inf Reg. OH Mustered Out at Wincheste r, VA on 01 September 1865 Source: Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio Abbreviation: OHRoster Published by on 1886

Civil War Muster Rolls Hall William M. C 192 Ohio Infantry. Private 1 Sergeant 1637 1637 1637 U nion

[HI32913] (Research):Served Ohio Enlisted F County 11th Cav Reg. OH died at Camp Denniso n, OH on 07 August 1863 Source: Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio Abbreviation: OHRoster Published by on 1886

11th Ohio Cavalry The 11th Ohio Cavalry was formed from the 7th Ohio Cavalry. The 7th was fo rmed at Camp Dennison in 1861. They were sent to Missouri in 1862 to attack the Confede rate Raider Quantrill. Quantrill had been killing anti-slavery people and burning their tow ns in Missouri and Kansas. The 7th followed and fought with Quantrill's men, but never captured them. Whi le the Civil War was going on, the west was starting to heat up. The American Indians were ups et with the stream of settlers and a proposed road through the Black Hills, sacred Indian lan d. A part of the 7th was redesignated as the 11th Ohio Cavalry. They carried along with them 12- lb Mountain Howitzers, which were small cannons idealy suited for the west. The 11th Cavalry w as placed along the trail from Fort Laramie to the Oregon Territory. Their main task was to keep pea ce among the Indians and settlers, protect and repair the telegraph line running from St. Lou is to the West Coast, and attack Confederate Forces that may appear. Many men died along the w ay to their outposts from the winter weather. Life during the winter was harsh. Men would have to pa trol or transfer supplies in sub-zero degree weather. During the spring and summer, they would be en gaged in solving disputes involving settlers and indians. The 11th and the indians had a tr uce with each other until a man named Chivington who headed a Colorado Regiment attacked indian vill ages, killing many braves, women and children. The indians became outraged and started attack ing wagon trains and towns. More men were sent west. A Company of the 7th that had helped purs ue Morgan's Raiders through Southern Ohio was sent out west. Within Months, the same men th at had been fighting each other in Ohio, were fighting side by side. Many of the Raiders were giv en a choice of fighting indians out west or setting in a prison until the war ended. As the war en ded state units were replaced with U.S. regular cavalry. The Battle at Platte Bridge was o ne of the 11th's great battles out west. But the 11th was not released from service until late Summer of 186 6, being the longest Ohio unit still in service.

[HI32914] (Research):9 august 1862 Private 18 Served Ohio Enlisted E County 45th Inf Reg. OH Mu stered out at Camp Harker, TN on 12 june 1865

David M. Hall (First_Last) Regiment Name 45 Ohio Infantry Side Union Company E Soldier's Rank_In Pvt Soldier's Rank_Out Pvt Alternate Name Notes Film Number M552 roll 43

The following roster was scanned directly from the section devoted to t he 45th OVI in the Official Roster of Soldiers of the State of Ohio in t he War of the Rebellion, a twelve-volume compilation of Ohio regimental ro sters published from 1886 to 1995 by Werner Company, Akron,Ohio. The fir st name in parentheses appears at the top of the page; the second, at t he bottom. Check this website, 4 5th Ohio Volunteer Infantry and on page 336? is the entry for Dav id M. HALL. Besides the mustering in and out dates, It states he was captu red 20 Oct 1863 at Philadelphia, TN.

THE FORTY-FIFTH REGIMENT was organized at Camp Chase in August,1862 and mu stered into the United States service on the 19th of that month.

The day following its muster-in the regiment was in Kentucky, having be en ordered to Cynthiana in that State, where it remained until the advan ce of General Kirby Smith, after his success at Richmond, compelled it wi th the Ninety-Ninth Ohio, to pull back to Covington.

Having participated in the defense of Cincinnati, in October the regime nt advanced to Lexington, reconstructing several of the bridges on the Ken tucky Central Railroad. It remained in Lexington until the 25th of Januar y, 1863, when it was ordered to Danville.While in Lexington the Forty-Fif th was brigaded with the Eighteenth and Twenty-Second Michigan Regiment s, and One Hundred and Twelfth Illinois under the command of General Gre en Clay Smith.

About the middle of February the regiment was mounted at Danville and brig aded with the Seventh Ohio and Tenth Kentucky Regiment of Cavalry, all und er the command of Colonel Runkle. During the end of February and early pa rt of March the regiment performed much arduous service in pursuit of a bo dy of Rebel cavalry, under command of Colonel Cluke, in the region lying b etween Crab Orchard and Mount Sterling, and at Dutton's Hill, near Somers et on the 30th of March, a part of the regiment was engaged, for the fir st time, in the action between the force under General Gillmore and the co mmand of the Rebel General Pegram. In the affair the Forty-Fifth had one m an mortally wounded. From that time until the beginning of July following the regiment was stat ioned at Somerset or in that neighborhood, picketing the line of the Cumbe rland River, and occasionally reconnoitering beyond. These reconnaissanc es sometimes resulted in skirmishes with the enemy ; and in one at Capta in West's, between Mill Springs and Monticello, the regiment lost two m en killed and several wounded -- two of the latter mortally.

On the evening of the 4th of July, 1863, the Forty-Fifth, with Wolford's a nd the Second Ohio Cavalry, left Jamestown, Kentucky in pursuit of John Mo rgan who, with his command, had crossed the Cumberland at Burkesvill e. It constituted a portion of the force under General Hobson which pursu ed the Rebels in the raid from the Cumberland to the Ohio at Brandenbur g, and hence through Indiana and Ohio to Cheshire, where a part of the ene my surrendered on the 20th of July. On that occasion, this regiment bei ng in the advance and pushing the enemy hotly, it had one man mortally a nd a few others slightly wounded.

Returning to Camp Nelson, Kentucky, toward the end of July, the Forty-Fif th took part in the pursuit of Colonel Scott's force, which had advanc ed as far as Winchester in that State.

Upon the organization of General Burnside's army in Kentucky, during t he month of August 1863 , the Forty-Fifth was included in Byrd's briga de of General Carter's division with the First Tennessee and One Hundr ed and Twelfth Illinois Mounted Infantry and the Eighth Michigan Cavalr y. It was there ferried across the Tennessee River in advance of all oth er portions of the arm, and was soon after transferred to the cavalry brig ade of Colonel Wolford. This brigade, with that of Colonel Byrd, constitut ing the extreme right of General Burnside's army, occupied the region betw een Louden and Charleston, on the Hiawaasee River, for some weeks; but af ter the battle of Chickamauga, in September, the possession of it was disp uted by the enemy's cavalry.

On the 20th of October Wolford's brigade, then stationed at Philadelphi a, was surprised, its direct retreat cut off., and completely routed, wi th the loss of all its trains, a battery of artillery, and many prisoner s. In this affair the Forty-Fifth had three men killed, four mortally wou nded, one of whom was an officer, and more than one hundred men captured. On the 15th of the following month, as the mounted division of General San ders, to which the Forty-Fifth belonged, was falling back before the enemy 's cavalry, the regiment was dismounted and left without any immediate sup port, while its horses were led to the rear. Being suddenly overpower ed by a very spirited attack, and thrown into disorder, one hundred men a nd officers were taken prisoners, five killed, and several wounded.

[HI32915] (Research):History of Atchison County Dale Township 1882?
George W. Hall farmer and stock raiser , a native Dayton, Ohio was bo rn on the 5th of August, 1847. his parents were Fleming and Elizabeth Hall, nee Kiser, the latter of Ohio and the former a Virginian by birth. In 1 851 George accompanied the family to Champaign County, Ohio. He passed his youth on a farm, and was educated in the common schools, During the war his father was captured at Strasburg and died a prisoner at Lynchburg, Virginia, In the fall of 1865, the mother moved her family to Christi an County, Illinois and there they resided for nine years, after they ca me west and settled in Dale Township, Atchison County, Missouri, in the su mmer of 1874. Mr. Hall has been on his present place for three year s. He has 326 acres of land in his home farm and 120 acres in another tra ct, all fenced and improved. An orchard adorns each place-2000 apple a nd about fifty other trees of different varieties, on the latter farm, a nd 150 peach and 250 apple trees on the home farm. An abundance of sma ll fruit is on either. Mr. Hall was married March 8, 1868 in Macon Coun ty County, Illinois , to Miss Rebecca Herring, who was born in Lebanon Cou nty , Pennsylvania, August 28, 1851. Her parents were John and Mary A. Herring. They have had four children of whom two are now living: Cora Le e, born April 8, 1874 and Morris V., born February 24, 1876; and Georgie E ., who was born March 27, 1881 died August 5, 1881. Mr. Hall is a memb er of the Masonic fraternity. He is Democratic in his political preferenc es.

George Walker Hall: In 1851 George accompanied the family to Champaign Cou nty, Ohio. In the fall of 1865, the family move to Christian County, Illi nois, where they lived for Nine years after which in the summer of 1874 th ey moved to (Near the old Homer Post Office) Dale Township, Atchison Coun ty, MO.

Obituary George Walker Hall was born in Marietta, Ohio, August 5th, 1847. His pare nts were Fleming Hall and Elizabeth Kiser Hall. In 1866 he moved to Niant ic, Illinois and there , at the age of 19 years, was married to Miss Rebec ca Herring. To this union seven children were born.

George Walker with his mother, his wife, their children and two brother s, Talmon and Morris, he came overland to Atchison County, Missouri, and t here engaged and continued in farming up to the present.

In 1888 he moved to Tarkio, Missouri, where he made his home until 1902. F rom 1888 to 1895 he was engaged in the lumber and implement business und er the firm name of Hall Brothers and Beckett. In 1902 he and his wife mo ved to St. Joseph, Missouri, where they made their home with Mr. and Mr s. D.C. Reeves and have continued to live with them since that time.

When a boy he was christened in the Methodist church. He was a memb er of Masonic Lodge No. 858 of Tarkio, Missouri, Hugh de Payens Commande r. No. 4, Knight Templars, and was a life member of Moila Mystic Shrine, S t. Joseph, Missouri.

On Sunday, January 15 th, 1922, at 8:00 p.m., he passed away at the ho me of his daughter, Mrs. D.C.Reeves, in Dallas, Texas, at the age of 74 y ears, 6 months and 11 days.

He is survived by his widow, Rebecca Herring Hall, his brother, Morr is H. Hall, his daughter, Mrs. D. C. Reeves and his three sons, M.V. Ha ll of Kansas City, Missouri, Nick C. Hall of Peoria, Illinois, and G uy H. Hall of Kansas City, Missouri.

Obituary George Walker Hall was born in Marietta, Ohio, August 5th, 1847. His paren ts were Fleming Hall and Elizabeth Kiser Hall. In 1866 he moved to Niantic, Illinois and the re , at the age of 19 years, was married to Miss Rebecca Herring. To this union seven children were bor n.

George Walker with his mother, his wife, their children and two brother s, Talmon and Morris, he came overland to Atchison County, Missouri, and there engaged and continu ed in farming up to the present.

In 1888 he moved to Tarkio, Missouri, where he made his home until 1902. F rom 1888 to 1895 he was engaged in the lumber and implement business under the firm name of Ha ll Brothers and Beckett. In 1902 he and his wife moved to St. Joseph, Missouri, where th ey made their home with Mr. and Mrs. David Calvert Reeves and have continued to live with them sin ce that time.

When a boy he was christened in the Methodist church. He was a member of M asonic Lodge No. 858 of Tarkio, Missouri, Hugh de Payens Commander. No. 4, Knight Templar s, and was a life member of Moila Mystic Shrine, St. Joseph, Missouri.

[DI32915] Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 about George W. Hall
Name: «tab»George W. Hall
Death Date: «tab»15 Jan 1922
Death County: «tab»Dallas
Certificate: «tab»919

[HI32919] (Research):Talmon Harbour Hall edited by Douglas R. Henry

The subject of this sketch was born in Millerstown, Champaign County, Ohi o, on July 4, 1849. His father, Fleming Hall was a soldier in the Civil w ar, serving from 1862 to 1864 at which time he was taken prisoner at Whi te Post,(Lynchburg) VA and died from exposure.

At the close of the Civil war, on Nov. 5, 1865, the family moved to Illino is, settling at Taylorsville. There the deceased lived until June 16th 18 74 when he moved to Atchison County, Missouri near where the town of Tark io is now located.

He was married to Laura Isabelle Harding on November 6, 1873, in Nodaway C ounty, Missouri

Mr. and Mrs. Hall lived on the place near Tarkio until 1883 when Mr. Ha ll came to Knox County and selected a home of 240 acres in Peoria townshi p. The family followed to the Knox County home in 1889 where they have sin ce resided, making their home a part of the time in Bloomfield and managi ng the farm from here.

Mr. Hall was on of the largest one of the most prosperous farmers in Kn ox County. In September 1914 he was stricken with paralysis, but has be en able to be about most of the time since.

On Friday morning, June 14, at 2:20 o'clock he passed quietly away.

He leaves besides his wife, three sons, David Monroe, William Amasa and Ga le all of Bloomfield and five daughter; Mrs. Alice Patterson, of Omaha, M r. Edith McCartney, Mrs. Ethel McCartney, Miss Gladys all of Bloomfield a nd Mrs. Lura Dolphin, of Paxton, Montana; two daughters Roena and Marie dy ing in infancy.

In addition to his immediate family he leaves two brothers, George Walk er Hall, of Kansas City, Missouri and Morris Howe Hall, of Tarkio, Missour i. The only two left out of a a family of seven (eight) brothers and o ne sister.

It was a coincidence worthy of note that his death occurred on Flag Da y, June 14. He was an intensely loyal and patriotic soul who when solicit ed for the Second Liberty Loan, didn't even hesitate to subscribe $10,0 00 to help his government crush Kaiserism out of the world and make it sa fe for the future of a great world democracy.

Tally Hall, as he was familiarly by his friends, was a charter member of t he local Masonic lodge and that body had charge of the funeral services, w hich were held from the Pospeshil Theatre building on Tuesday, June 1 8, at 1:30p.m. interment being made in the Bloomfield Cemetery. The Rev. L awrence Yost. of Belden preached the funeral sermon using as his subjec t, "He is worthy."

As a citizen and neighbor, Tally Hall will be sadly missed by those who co me to know him intimately and well. The Editor of this paper has known h im as both for nearly 28 years and has found that friendship all that is e nduring and elevating in its sincerity and constancy. We can only say, "f arewell, dear old friend."

To the bereaved family we express out sincere condolence in this sad ho ur of their deep bereavement.

Card of Thanks

We desire by this means to extend our sincere thanks to all those neighbo rs and fiends who so kindly assisted us during the illness, death and fune ral of our beloved husband and father.

We desire to especially extend thanks for the beautiful floral offerings.

Mrs. T.H. Hall and children. George Waler Hall. Morris Howe Hall.

According to the 1903 Knox County Atlas, he owned about 2140 acres in Peor ia Township and 1440 acres in Herrick Township. That's quite an accomplis hment for a man back in those days. The Atlas says that Talmon came to Kn ox County in 1888.

Moved to Tarkio ,Missouri. Then to Bloomfield, Nebraska Buried in Origin al Cem., Bloomfield, Knox County, Nebraska "Tally" Hall was a rancher in t he Bloomfield,Nebraska area. According to the 1903 Knox County Atlas, he o wned about 2140 acres in Peoria Township and 1440 acres in Herrick Townsh ip The Atlas says that he came to Knox County in 1888. He was a Mason. H is will probated in Knox County, he died intestate.

He married LAURA ISABELLE HARDING November 1873 in Nodaway County, Missour i.

He was born July 04, 1849 in Millerstown ,Champaign County, Ohio, and di ed June 14, 1918 in Buried in Bloomfield, Nebraska.

Well, here are the Halls buried in the Bloomfield Cemetery Complex (note -- there are 5 different cemeteries in the complex -- Original, Lutheran, St. Andrew's Catholic, Memorial and Centennial):

David Morris Hall - 1874-1946 Lutheran Cemetery, Block 2 3, Lot 4, Grave 5
Don S. Hall - 1921-1991 Memorial Cemetery, Blo ck 7, Lot 14, Grave 6
Galen Talmon Hall - 1898-1969 Original Cemetery, Block 3 1, Lot 7, Grave 7
Gladys Thelma Hall - 1898-1928 Original Cemetery, Block 3 1, Lot 7, Grave 6
Hilda Louise Hansen Hall- 1903-1983 Lutheran Cemetery, Block 2 3, Lot 3, Grave 6
Isabelle Harding Hall - 1857-1931 Original Cemetery, Block 3 1, Lot 7, Grave 1
Marguerite V. Hall - 1896-1898 Original Cemetery, Block 3 1, Lot 7, Grave 10
Mary Ellen McManus Hall- 1877-1954 Lutheran Cemetery, Block 2 3, Lot 4, Grave 4
Melvina M. Hall - 1895-1897 Original Cemetery, Block 3 1, Lot 7, Grave 4
Ralph Emerson Hall - 1900-1992 Lutheran Cemetery, Block 2 3, Lot 3, Grave 7
Roena B. Hall - 1824-1892 Original Cemetery, Block 3 1, Lot 7, Grave 5
Talmon Harbour Hall - 1849-1918 Original Cemetery, Block 3 1, Lot 7, Grave 2
William A. Hall - 1878-1934 Original Cemetery, Block 2 5, Lot A, Grave 2

[DI32920] PIONEER RESIDENT OF TARKIO VICINITY DIES Morris H. Hall, Former Mayor, Passes Away at Age of 79 Years
Morris Howe Hall, resident of this section for sixty-four years di ed Friday in St. Francis hospital in Maryville, where he had been taken ea rlier in the day. He was 79 years old.
Mr. Hall, son of Fleming and Elizabeth (Kiser) Hall was born May 1 4, 1859, at Urbana, Ohio. In early childhood he lost his father in the Ci vil war, and his mother moved with children to Niantic, Ill., where they r esided until 1874. In that year they pioneered to northwest Missouri, mak ing the trip in a covered wagon and settling on land southeast of wh at is now Tarkio.
On December 25, 1878, Mr. Hall married Drucilla Herring, who preced ed him in death, having passed away in July 1937. To Mr. and Mrs. Hall s ix children were born: Lura, John, Virgil, Harold, George and Elizabeth ( Mrs. George H. Kaufman) of Tarkio survive their father; Lura, John and Geo rge having preceded him in death.
In addition to his children, Mr. Hall leaves eight grandchildren a nd one great-grandchild.
Mr. Hall served Tarkio as mayor for two terms. It was under his admi nistration that Main street was paved. He was a member the First Bapti st church of Tarkio; a charter member and one of the organizers of the loc al Masonic lodge 358; and a Knight Templar. He was also member of the Moel ia Shrine at St. Joseph. He was made an honorary life member of the lod ge he helped organized on April 24, 1924, after fifty years as a Mason.
For most of his life, Mr. Hall was a farmer, operating large trac ts of land near Tarkio. For several years he had been in the produce busi ness here. As long as his health permitted, he was active in affairs of t he town and worked for its betterment.
Funeral services were conducted at the home Sunday afternoon by the R ev. Earl F. Johns, pastor of the Baptist church. Pallbearers were Virg il Hall, Harold Hall, George H. Kaufman, Flavian Hall, William Hall and Wi llis Grush. Interment was in the Home Cemetery.

[HI32924] (Research):BLACKFORD DALSY A County Name: SHELBY Date of Death: // Volume Number: 717 Certificate Number: 605769

[DI32925] Name: «tab»Arthur Kite Offenbacker
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Inf Earl Offenbacker

[HI32926] (Research):CCGS Newsletter Spring 1992 Poll Book St Paris Precinct Johnson Twp 11/2/1 880 L B Runkle

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) 18 Oct 1905 C S Ireland, Sheriff to L B Runkle & W M runkle, 70 acres & . 57 acres Bk88Pg35 02 Apr 1906 L B Runkle etal to William H Leammon, 72 acres Bk88Pg282

[HI32929] (Research):Charles Jenkins 1910
Age: 40 State: OH
Color: W Enumeration District: 0024
Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0134
County: Champaign
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place Wife Susie 37 Ohio Daughter Gladis 11 Ohio Daughter Margaret 05 Ohio

[HI32935] (Research):1.Pauline last name was Ayras.then she married Joe Evilsider.Pauline dad w as Ray Ayras and hear mother was Edna?when I get back to Hartford City Ind iana.I will try to fine what Edna last name is. 2.my X wife is living in Columbia,La.71418 hear name at birth was Sara May Evilsizer 5-10-1941and Clara May Evilsizer 5-10-1941 Clara live in Ft.W ayne Indiana phone #1-260-483-5775 I do not know how good of info you can get out of Clara. Sara told me that you can call or write hear.Sara Fatheree P.O box 1614 Columbia,L.A. 71418 phone # is 1-318-649-8620. mr Fatheree died 3 years ago. you have a good week
Thomas A Webb : weeble2000@adamswells.com

[DI32935] Journal Gazette, The (Fort Wayne, IN) - December 26, 2007 Deceased Name: FATHEREE, SARA MAY (EVILSIZER)
Memorial service is 1 p.m. today at Victory Noll Chapel, Huntington.
SARA MAY (EVILSIZER) FATHEREE, 66, died Thursday, Dec. 13, 2007, in Columbia, La. She was born in Hartford City to Pauline Ayers Evilsizer and Joseph Russell Evilsizer. She is survived by her twin sister, Clara May Evilsizer of Fort Wayne. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; brother, Joseph Dale; half-sister, Rosalee; and half-brother, Charles. Memorial service is 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2007, at Victory Noll Chapel, Huntington

[HI32941] (Research):Record Book 12, Page 168 - Heard 21 April 1832 - Petition to Sell Land Chr istian Norman, Administrator of Abram Stephens Vs Widow and Heirs of Abram Stephens Abram Stephens died intestate in 1831, and his heirs were: Elizabeth Steph ens, widow; Polly Stephens; Julia Ann Stephens; John Stephens and an unnam ed infant. The children were represented by Jonathan E. Chapin Esquire w ho was appointed guardian ad litem. Abram Stephens purchased 10 acr es in the north-east corner of the south-east corner of south-east quart er of Section 17 Township 4 Range 11 (Mad River Tp.) from James & Sarah Sm ith on 6 April 1814 and laterpurchased from the Smiths another 10 acr es in the same area on 21 September1827. Abram purchased land in the nor th-west corner of the south-westquarter (located in the south-west squa re of Westville) of Section 11 Township 4 Range 11 on 5 October 1818 fr om Archibald Magrew and wife and later purchased more land from the Magre ws on 20 November 1825. The court appraisers, William Magrew, Archibald M agrew and John Arrowsmith, made their report on 29 Sept 1831. The lot a nd the manor house in the west half of Lots 5 & 6 in Section 11 (1 ac re & 38 poles) and 2 acres and 8 poles of Lot #1 in Section 17 were set of fas the dower portion. The entire acreage owned by Abram Steph ens was soldat a sheriff Is sale on 10 December 1831 and the purchas es of the land inSection 17 were: Lot #1 (dower portion) to John L. Steph ens, $35.25; Lot #2to Joseph Smith, $33; Lot #3 to Joseph Smith, $22; Lot #3 to Thomas Fitch,$34; Lot #5 to Thomas Fitch, $39; Lot #6 to John A rrowsmith, $40. The purchasers of the land in Section 11 were: L ot #1 to Joseph Smith, $18.75; Lot #2 to Archibald Magrew, $25; L ot #3 to John L. Stephens, $20; Lot #4 to John L. Stephens, $17; and we st half of Lots 5 & 6 (dower portion with house) to Benjamin Sellers, $74.

Map of the land will be located on the following page69


Record Book 13 Pg 505 Filed 7 Aug 1834 Christian Norman, Admin for Abram Stephens, deceased vs Heirs of Abram Stephens. Abram Stephens died in late 1830 or first part of 1831. Before he died Abr am had sold 1/5 of an acre in Section 17 Twp 4 Range 11 (Mad River) , a l ot adjoining Westville, to Henry Schoonover. A deed is needed from the hei rs; Elizabeth Stephens, widow, Polly, wife of John Decious; Elia Adaline S tephens and John Stephens. Samuel V Baldwin Esquire was appointed guardi an ad litem.

Record Book 16, page 520 Filed 8/14/1840 John and James Stephens vs Widow and heirs of Christian Stephens Christian Stephens owened the northeast 1/4 of S17T4R11 (Mad River). His w odow Elizabeth received the dower portion and 1/9 to each of his childre n; John L Stephens, James D Stephens; Nancy Stephens Bacome, wife of Willi am Bacome; Robert Stephens of Wells Co, ILL' Thomas Stephens of Mercer County, OH; William L Stephens of Shelby Co, OH; Lydia Stephens McGinnis, decea sed wife of Thomas McGinnis, left a minor son Robert McGinnis; Elisa Steph ens Duckworth, wife of John Duckworth; and Abraham Stephens, deceased, le ft three heirs (1.3 of 1/9 each): Mary Stephens Dishes/Dicious, wife of Jo hn of Shelby Co, OH; John Stephens of Shelby Co, OH; Eliza Stephens of She lby Co, OH

[HI32944] (Research):PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Record Book 16, Page 127- Filed 8 April 1839- Petition for Dower Nancy Bal dwin, widow vs Heirs of Thomas Baldwin Thomas Baldwin died circa 11 December 1837 a nd left the following heirs: Nancy Baldwin, widow; John Baldwin; Frankl in Baldwin; Lydia E. wife of Samuel Organ; Jonah Baldwin deceased left A nn Elizabeth Baldwin of Greene County, Ohio (John H. Young was guardi an ad litem). Thomas Baldwin owned 30 or 36 acres on the waters of Kings C reek, 100.25 acres and 14 poles in Military Survey Number 4512 and 170 acr es patented to William Rector on 28 February 1803 which he sold to Henry C lover (later Henry Oliver) 10 July 1804. Military Survey Number 4512 (Jo hn Kean Survey, Wayne Tp.) was granted to John (ean, assignee of Daniel Ho pkins who was an assignee of Samuel Baskerville. John Kean's heirs were Jo seph Kean, Elizabeth Kean White and Nancy Kean Powell. The survey was pate nted 25 February 1818. The court appointed ippraisers, Elijah Breedlove, M atthew Mason and John Arrowsmith, made their report on 16 May 1839.

Record Book 18, Page 75 - Filed 25 May 1839 - Petition to Partition Frankl in Baldwin Vs Samuel Organ and wife et al The children of John Kean were: Joseph Kean; Elizabeth White and Nancy Pow ell. John Kean owned Military Survey Number 4512 (John Kean Survey of Way ne Tp., patent 25 February 1818) as he was the assignee of Daniel Hopkin s, who was the assignee of Samuel Baskerville. The suit also mentions th at William Rector received a patent on 28 February 1803 and assigned to He nry Clover on 10 July 1804. Apparently, Military Survey Number 4512 cover ed land from four surveys: 166 acres, 100 acres, 30 acres and 170 acres, f or a total of 466 acres. The land was to divided for Thomas Baldwin heir s: Nancy Baldwin, widow; John Baldwin; Lydia E. wife of Samuel Organ; Fran klin Baldwin; and heir of Jonah Baldwin deceased of Clark County: Ann Eliz abeth/Elizabeth Ann Baldwin (ward of Wesley Osborn).

Record Book 16, Page 466, Case 112341- Filed 3 August 1840 Joshua Baldw vs John Dawson, Jacob F. Seibert, Thomas Baldwin & Daniel Stover Joshua Ba ldwin of Virginia, in 1826, sold 120 acres located in Section 6 Townsh ip 5 Range 10 (Urbana Tp.) to John Dawson, now of Green County, Ohio; Jac ob F. Seibert of Virginia and Thomas Baldwin, now deceased. The men issu ed four bonds at $200 each with Daniel Stover/Stoner as Surety. The defend ants were to pay to the government the residue of the amount due for the w hole quarter of land and then set off 40 acres from the south end to Jose ph Baldwin. Joshua Baldwin had given Joseph Baldwin a title bond for for ty acres on 4 April 1816. Dawson and Sibert sold 120 acres of the la nd to Richard Watkins. The court decree was not included in the suit

[HI32947] (Research):Emma L Neff
Age: 43 State: OH 1910
Color: W Enumeration District: 0018
Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0055
County: Champaign, Urbana
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place Son William D 21 Ohio Daughter Sarah Florence 17 Ohio Son George Glenn 16 Ohio Son Joseph Barch 14 Ohio Daughter Hester Marie 11 Ohio 5 non-relatives

[DI32947] Name: «tab»Emma Catherine Neff
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Death Place: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio, United States
Birth Date: «tab»10 Mar 1867
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Film Number: «tab»2246447
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4109453

[HI32948] (Research):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: S A Fansler Samuel Fansler

Name : Samuel O. Fansler
Death date : 21 Sep 1930
Death place : Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Birth date : 22 Nov 1870 (appears in 1870 census)
Estimated birth year :
Birth place : Champaign, O.
Age at death : 59 years 9 months 29 days
Gender : Male
Marital status : Single
Race or color : Caucasian
Street address : K. of P. Home for Aged
Occupation : Retired Painter
Residence : Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Burial date : 23 Sep 1930
Burial place :
Cemetery name : Terre Haute
Spouse name :
Father name : George Fanseler
Father titles :
Father birth place : Va.
Mother name : Sarah Neese
Mother titles :
Mother birth place : Va.
GSU film number : 1992273
Digital GS number : 4000570
Image number : 79
Reference number : fn 52268
Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[DI32949] Name: Forest W. Zirkle
Death date: 30 Apr 1941
Death place: Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Birth date: 6/4/1861
Birth place:
Age at death: 79 years 10 months 26 days
Gender: Male
Marital status: Married
Race or color:
Street address:
Occupation:
Residence:
Burial date:
Burial place:
Cemetery name:
Spouse name: Effie J. Zirkle
Father name: David Zirkle
Father titles:
Father birth place:
Mother name: Amanda Leitz
Mother titles:
Mother birth place:
GSU film number: 2023898
Digital GS number: 4024462
Image number: 1473
Reference number: fn 27502
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[DI32950] Name: «tab»Minnie Wagner
«tab»
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»28 Jun 1931
Event Place: «tab»Bethel, Clark, Ohio
Residence: «tab»Bethel, Clark, Ohio
Street Address: «tab»
Gender: «tab»Female
Death Age: «tab»65y ? ?
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race: «tab»white
Occupation: «tab»at home
Birth Date: «tab»1866
Birthplace: «tab»Temont, Ohio
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1866
Burial Date: «tab»30 Jun 1931
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»Terre Haute Cem
Father: «tab»David J. Zirkee
Father's «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Mother: «tab»Amanda Lutz
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Spouse: «tab»
Spouse's «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»fn 40186
Film Number: «tab»1992432
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4019799
Image Number: «tab»3057

[HI32951] (Research):Name: Oscar M. Zerkle
Death date: 06 Apr 1939
Death place: Pike Township, Clak, Ohio
Birth date: 30 Mar 1864
Estimated birth year:
Birth place: Champaign, Ohio
Age at death: 75 years 7 days
Gender: Male
Marital status: Widowed
Race or color: Caucasian
Street address:
Occupation: Retired Labor Com
Residence: N. Hampton, O
Burial date: 08 Apr 1939
Burial place:
Cemetery name: Tremont Cem
Spouse name:
Father name: David Zerkle
Father titles:
Father birth place: Champaign, Ohio
Mother name: Amanda Lutz
Mother titles:
Mother birth place: Unknown
GSU film number: 2023769
Digital GS number: 4020659
Image number: 1383
Reference number: fn 69282
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[DI32953] Name: «tab»Laura Burroughs
Event Type: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»20 Mar 1940
Event Place: «tab»Urbana Twp, Champaign, Ohio
Residence Place: «tab»Urbana Twp, Champaign, OH
Address: «tab»Willow Rd. RD#3
Gender: «tab»Female
Age: «tab»70
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Race: «tab»w
Occupation: «tab»retired
Birth Date: «tab»15 Feb 1870
Birthplace: «tab»Terre Haute, OH
Birth Year (Estimated): «tab»1870
Burial Date: «tab»29 Mar 1940
Burial Place: «tab»OH
Cemetery: «tab»Ferncliff Cem.
Father's Name: «tab»David Zirkle
Father's Titles and Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Terre Haute, OH
Mother's Name: «tab»Amanda Lutz
Mother's Titles and Terms: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Terre Haute, OH
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Spouse's Titles and Terms: «tab»
File Number: «tab»fn 21585
GS Film number: «tab»2023832
Digital Folder Number: «tab»004122022
Image Number: «tab»01995
Sources"Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X87Y-DFB : accessed 31 Jul 2013), Laura Burroughs, 1940.

[DI32954] Name: «tab»James Harvey Jinkins
«tab»
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»23 Jan 1925
Event Place: «tab»Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio
Residence: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»318 Clover St.; Ward 10
Gender: «tab»Male
Death Age: «tab»64y 12d
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race: «tab»white
Occupation: «tab»barber
Birth Date: «tab»11 Jan 1861
Birthplace: «tab»Terre Haute, Ohio
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1861
Burial Date: «tab»26 Jan 1925
Burial Place: «tab»Terre Haute, Ohio
Cemetery: «tab»
Father: «tab»David Jenkins
Father's «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn.
Mother: «tab»Millie Wertz
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Spouse: «tab»Catherine Jenkins
Spouse's «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»fn 4537
Film Number: «tab»1992613
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4001614
Image Number: «tab»1717

[HI32955] (Research):Name : John H. Dingledine Titles : Death date : 24 Oct 1915 Death place : Ridge Twp., Vanwert County, Ohio Birth date : 07 Feb 1840 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Champaign, Ohio Age at death : 75 years 8 months 16 days Gender : Male Marital status : Married Race or color : Caucasian Street address : Occupation : Farmer Residence : Ridge Twp., VanWert County, Ohio Burial date : 26 Oct 1915 Burial place : Cemetery name : Woodland Spouse name : Father name : Nickoles Dingledine Father titles : Father birth place : Virginia Mother name : Catherine Zirkle Mother titles : Mother birth place : Champaign, Ohio GSU film number : 1983547 Digital GS number : 4021362 Image number : 3195 Certificate number : fn 57703 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI32963] (Research):John H. Wilgus is one of Ohio's native sons and for many years has be en a resident of Miami county, where he is successfully engaged in the ope ration of a farm. He was born in Warren county October 5, 1831, his paren ts being Thomas and Anna (Hunt) Wilgus. The former, a native of New Jerse y, came to this state during his boyhood, the family locating in Warren co unty. As they traveled over the state they passed through Cincinnati, th en a mere hamlet containing only three houses, and the father, William Wil gus, was offered all of the land upon which the city now stands in exchan ge for his team and wagon. He was one of four brothers who came from Engla nd to America prior to the Revolutionary war, and during the struggle f or independence he served as quartermaster-general. The original family na me was Wildgoose. Mr. Wilgus made a permanent home in Warren county, whe re he died at the age of eighty-eight years. His three sons, William, Jam es and Thomas, came to Miami county about 1834 and all reared families her e. William resided in Lost Creek township, where he died when more than ei ghty years of age. He had one son, Evan Wilgus, who is living in Brown tow nship. James was a doctor, who engaged in the practice of medicine in Boon e. He left four children: H. L. who is living in Ann Arbor; Elizabeth, w ho occupies the old homestead; Clara, wife of William McFarland, of Columb us, Ohio; and James Alva, who resides at Platteville, Wisconsin, a nd is a professor in the normal school there.

Thomas Wilgus settled in Lost Creek township where his son William now res ides. He resided on that farm for many years and carefully prosecuted h is labors. About twenty acres had been cleared when he took up his residen ce upon the farm and the other improvements were all the work of his hand s. He owned over five hundred acres of land, all in one body, and bought a nd sold other lands. As his sons reached maturity he divided his land amo ng them, giving to each one hundred acres, while to his daughters he ga ve money. At his death his estate was settled in accordance with the la w. Throughout his entire life he carried on agricultural pursuits and h is success resulted from his well directed efforts. He became one of the s tockholders and builders of the pike, taking a contract for the constructi on of some four miles of the pike in this county and then subletti ng it to others. He also became a stockholder in the railroad, but that pr oved an unprofitable investment. He was one of the leading stock-raise rs in this section of the state, and exhibited many fine animals at the co unty fair. In the work of improvement and progress he took a deep intere st and contributed in no small degree to the substantial welfare of the co mmunity. In politics he was a Whig and Republican and kept well inform ed on the issues of the day. He held various local offices, including th at of township trustee. A member of the Wesley Chapel Methodist churc h, he contributed largely to the new house of worship, donating the land f or the purpose and deeding it to the trustees. He was one of the pil1a rs in the church, and in his life exemplified his Christian faith. His ho me was for many years the headquarters of ministers who visited the neighb orhood. While firm in support of his belief and ever unflinching in the ad vocacy of what he believed to be right in all walks of life, he avoided li tigation and concerned himself little with other people's affairs. He di ed in March, 1885, at the age of seventy-seven years, and in his death t he community lost one of its valued citizens. By his first marriage he h ad two children--John H., of this review; Mary, who became the wife of Jo hn Babb. They resided in Lost Creek township, but both are now deceased, M rs. Babb having died at the age of sixty years. Mrs. Wilgus died when on ly twenty-two years of age, and Mr. Wilgus afterward married Hannah Robins on, who passed away two years before his death. They had four children--Wi lliam, who resides on the old homestead; Thomas, who resides in Brown town ship on land formerly owned by his grandfather, William Wilgus; and Ann a, who became the wife of Harrison Brecount and died at the age of twenty- five years. For five years past the Wilgus family have held a reunion, thr ee having been held in Miami county and two in Logan county where the desc endants of one of the four brothers who came to America from England are l ocated. As many as one hundred of the family name are present on those occ asions.

Additions and corrections, added in 1999

The above biography was taken directly from the 1900 biographical histo ry of Miami County Ohio, which contains a few very apparent inaccuracies. These inaccuracies are mentioned below:

(1) In 1815, Cincinnati was quite a bit larger than "a mere hamlet containing only three houses." That being the case, it is highly unlikely that William was offered all the land for his team and wagon.

(2) This William could not have been in the Revolutionary War because he was not born until 1776. There was a William in that war, but he was a forage master, not the Quarter Master General.

(3) This William had five sons - the three who came to Miami County (William, James, Thomas) and two more who married and stayed in Warren County.

(4) The William Wilgus outlined in the above biography was born 29 Feb 1776 and died 9 March 1866, making him ninty years old at time of death. He died in Warren County Ohio.

Inaccuracies noted by Adam Wilgus II, 3rd Great Grandson of William Wilgus 1776-1866.

E-Mail Adam Wilgus at: amik@wesnet.com Or phone: 937-339-8117

[DI32965] Newspaper Abstract
December 6, 1866
Died 22nd November, of croup, youngest son of Hamilton J and RE Hedges, aged 3 years 5 months

[HI32966] (Research):James Russell Family from Champaign Co, Research of Sandi Evilsizer Kosca k, Denise Kay Moore, Pat Stickley, and Family History Web Site of Willi am Cornelius Daley 9215 Baldwin Rd. Kirtland Hills, Ohio 44060 United Stat es 440-256-4777 wadquest@aol.com

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/a/l/William-C-Daley/index.htm l:

"The History and Genealogy of the Russell Family", J. Edwin Russell, ca. 1 925 James, at the breaking out of the war of the revolution, joined the Contin ental army at the age of 19 and served 7 years. He was at the siege and fa ll of Yorktown and surrender of Cornwallis, was in the battle of Guilfor d. The records show that he was a sergeant in the 13th Virginia Regimen t, commanded by Colonel William Russell. On his return home he married Sar ah Osborn, an English lady by whom he had seven children. She died. He th en married Nancy Heath. They had twelve children. He retained the old home stead estate where he lived all his days and raised his numerous fami ly of 19 children. He was born in 1754 and died December 12, 1831.

[BI32973] Name: «tab»George H Busser
Gender: «tab»Male
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»13 May 1875
Birthplace: «tab», Champaign, Ohio
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Young Busser
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Lucy P Howard
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I10449-0
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»295232
Reference Number: «tab»162-163

[HI32978] (Research):CCGS News Winter 2006 Vol 22 No 4 pg 104 Urbana Daily Citizen Mar 1, 1899 New Urbana Telephone Numbers 339 Todd, Robert - Residence W Church St

[HI32979] (Research):Graduates of Urbana Public Schools published in CCGS Newsletter March 19 96 pg 12 (Published by the class of 1915 in their Senior Year) Lee H Todd Class of 1880

CCGS News Winter 2006 Vol 22 No 4 pg 104 Urbana Daily Citizen Mar 1, 1899 New Urbana Telephone Numbers 314 Todd, Lee - residence West Church St

[HI32980] (Research):Graduates of Urbana High School 1884-1900 submitted by Pat Stickley in CCGS Newsletter June 1996 pg 31 Nancy Todd-Glessner Class of 1891

[HI32981] (Research):Graduates of Urbana High School 1884-1900 submitted by Pat Stickley in CCGS Newsletter June 1996 pg 31 Frank W Todd Class of 1895

[HI32989] (Research):Beers History pg 582 John Outram was principal of Woodstock School for 2 y ears and was a faithful and consciencious teacher. He was greatly lov ed by his pupils who mourn his death, which was caused by that great f oe of the American people- consumption. He was Sect and Treas from 2/13/18 76- 12/15/1876

[NI32990] Graduates of Urbana High School 1884-1900 submitted by Pat Stickley in CC GS Newsletter June 1996 pg 31 John Outram Class of 1891

[HI32992] (Research):Champaign Co - Scrapbook of the Ross & Brand Families. (no date) William A. Brand Post G. A. R. The William A. Brand Post No. 98 of the Grand Army of the Republic was org anized in Urbana on Friday evening by Col. Brown of Toledo, with the follo wing officers: J.T. Mitchell, Commander; Thomas McConnell, Senior Vice Com mander; T.T. Brand, Junior Vice Commander; T.G. Keller, Adjutant; A.F. Van ce, Jr., Quartermaster; B.F. Ganson, Officer of the Day. The Society of t he Grand Army of the Republic is a secret one, designed for permanently ho lding the veterans together as a body.

Champaign Co - Scrapbook of the Ross & Brand Families. pg34 May 1 1884 Frank Brand was presented with a gold watch and chain at the close of h is graduating address on Thursday night. The watch and chain was the gi ft of Mrs W A Brand, and was the fine one carried by the late W A Bran d. An appropriate token to his excellently prepared, well delivered oratio n

Champaign Co - Scrapbook of the Ross & Brand Families. Pg43-44-45 Mr. Wm. A. Brand, died yesterday evening at the residence of his father-in -law, Mr. J. Saxton, after a lingering illness, which he bore with great p atience. For a week or ten day’s past his condition had greatly improve d, and hopes were entertained of his recovery; but under a relapse a few d ays ago, with a new feature of disease, he has gradually sank, and expir ed as above stated, in the 42d year of his age. For twelve or fourteen years, Mr. Brand was connected with the Citizen off ice, and did good service in the Republican cause being a pungent write r, until a few years ago, being disabled by disease, he was compelled to f orego the active duties of office life. Mr. B. has a good war record, whi ch we have not time to write up now, but will be given hereafter. He was o ne of the noble men of earth, generous to a fault, and was held in high es teem by all who knew him. At the time of his death he held the positi on of Postmaster of this city. Funeral at 10 o’clock Saturday morning.

IN MEMORIAM. W.A. Brand, who as was announced in last week’s issue of the Citizen di ed on Wednesday, May 14, 1879, was born in Union township, Champaign count y, 0., July 9, 1837. At an early age he removed with is father’s fami ly to Urbana, which continued to be his residence till death. He was educa ted at the public schools of this city and at the Ohio Wesleyan Universi ty at Delaware. He studied law with col. John H. James, graduating at t he Cincinnati Law School in the spring of 1858. Soon after he formed a par tnership with the Hon. Moses B. Corwin which continued until the latter re tired from practice on account of age. July 12, 1859, he married to Miss F rances R. Saxton, who survives him. He continued to practice law till Sept ember, 1861, when he enlisted in the 66th O.V. I. In January, 1862, he we nt with his regiment to the field and served in every campaign with his re giment as an enlisted man till 1864 when he accepted a commission as Fir st Lieutenant and Regimental Quartermaster, having frequently declined pro motion when previously tendered. He served during the war, resigning his c ommission only after the declaration of peace whilst his regiment lay at W ashington awaiting transportation home. Tn July, 1865, her purchased a ha lf interest in the Citizen & Gazette and his connection therewith continu ed till February last, when he disposed of his interest to C. T. Jamieso n, the present junior editor. In January 1878, he was appointed Postmaster at Urbana by President Hay es an held that position till his death. He accepted this office in hop es of restoring his health which had been seriously impaired by too clo se confinement and overwork in his editorial duties. He was a member if t he I.O.O.F., of the I.O.R.M., of the K. of P., and of the O.U.A.M., whil st a lodge of that order existed here. In the Odd Fellows he took high ran k, passing through all the offices of the Sub Lodge and Encampment and w as Representative to the rand Lodge. In the Red Men he was Great Sachem, t he highest office in the State organization, and for several years past w as Representative to the U. S. Great Council. His genial disposition and a dmitted ability won him many friends in these orders, as was amply attest ed by the many telegrams and letters of condolence received from various p oints after his death. Such are some of the leading incidents in the li fe of one who filled a large space in the esteem of this community. In giv ing an estimate of his character, it is difficult for one who knew h im as well and intimately as the writer, to give him just mead of praise w ithout seeming to indulge in fulsome panegyric. In his domestic relation s, which after all best reveal the real man, he was conspicuously a mode l. His affection for the various members of his father’s family, more espe cially for his mother, was proverbial. His lover for his wife was in the h ighest degree tender and chivalrous and their union was one of such rare f elicity and happiness as to attract attention and remark from all. As a friend he was true and generous to a fault, always to be relied up on in storm as well as in sunshine. A man of most positive characteristic s, he extended to all, the privileges he claimed for himself A warm, decid ed and active Republican, he never allowed political differences to engend er ill feeling, or to interfere In the slightest with his personal or soci al relations. Said, since his death, one of the most decided, active Democ ratic leaders, “In the midst of the most excited and bitter contests, wh en almost every one seemed ready to cut my throat he was my true friend .” A Republican from conviction, and feeling that he was thus labori ng to save that for which our armies had fought, whilst giving stalwart bl ows in legitimate contest, he never degenerated into abuse or personalitie s. Nor would he allow others to use the Citizen as an organ of personal sp ite. Relentlessly would he weed out any exhibition of personal malice fr om the articles of correspondents. And he did this too when influential pa rty leaders wrathfully insisted upon an opposite course and when it requir ed no small degree of stamina to refuse. No slight praise this, at a ti me when so many publishers yield to the temptation to render their pape rs spicy ad piquant by dragging into their columns private affairs, no mat ter whom or how deeply it wounds. He introduced steam presses and made t he job department of the Citizen superior to any in the west, outside of t he great cities, attracting a large amount of work from abroad, mu ch of it of the highest style of the art. For those who went forth to battle for their country he entertained a warm th of regard an esteem amounting almost to affection, and his seem to incr ease rather than diminish with the passing years. No effort or sacrifi ce in their behalf was to great. With great perseverance and labor he comp iled a record of those from this county, who fell in war for their countr y, and his strenuous efforts by extensive correspondence and travel to gat her materials for the completion of a long cherished purpose to write a hi story of the campaigns in which he participated; in order to correct so me false history already written,, had much to do in hastening his deat h. But one of the contemplated series, an account of the campaign in Shena ndoah Valley, had been written and published, which was said by a Gener al engaged therein to the finest and best description yet give. Had he liv ed to complete this purpose, the “truth of history’ would have received va luable additions from his hand and some laurels now falsely worn would ha ve been place upon other brows. His generosity was unbounded, never refusing an application for charity, n ot even making an inquiry as to whether its object was worthy, his theo ry being to give always, lest, perchance, the most worthy might at tim es be refuse. To one of our grocers he has, within the course of a few yea rs past, paid hundreds of dollars for provisions which he ordered se nt to the needy of all creeds, colors, and nationalities. Thus did he fulf ill the injunction, “Let no thy left hand know what thy right hand doeth.” He was always the advocate of wise and enlarged plans for the improveme nt of our city, and no worthy public enterprise lacked his aid and approva l. In his death we have lost one of our most public-spirited an valuable c itizens whose place will be hard to fill. For several years past he has suffered greatly from disease, which he bo re not merely uncomplainingly, but with a resolute determination and conti nuance at duty amount to heroism. He died in full trust in the atoneme nt of his Savior. Of the esteem in which he’s was held , the large concourse at his burial g ave conclusive proof, and hundreds felt as they followed his remains to o ur beautiful resting place for the dead, that they had lost a personal fri end and society a benefactor. Thus has passed away in the prime and vig or of manhood one who, had his life been spared, would have adorned a sti ll high sphere in our state and national councils, for which his charact er and ripening abilities so well fitted him.


Champaign Co - Scrapbook of the Ross & Brand Families. Pg46 BAR MEETING Action in Regard to the Death of William A. Brand At a meeting of the members of the Bar of Champaign county, held on Tuesd ay evening, May 15th, to take action in regard to the death of Wm. A. Bran d, General John H. Young was appointed Chairman, and D. McDonald Secretary . Appropriate and eloquent remarks, expressing appreciation of the charact er of Mr. Brand, as a student, a lawyer, a soldier, a patriot, an edito r, a neighbor and a citizen were made by Gen. J.H. Young, Col. W. R. Warno ck, H. T. Niles, T. D. Crow, John S. Leedom, Levi Geiger, Hon. J. F. Gowe y, Frank V. Sowles, G. M. Eichelberger and James Taylor; after which the f ollowing resolutions reported by a committee previously appointed by the m eeting were adopted: The members of the Bar of Champaign county having met to express our rega rd for Wm. A. Brand, hereby tender to his wife and relatives our sympath y, and express our high appreciation of his character as an honorable memb er of the bar, an earnest supporter of his country, and as a man of unswer ving fidelity in his friendships. Mr. Brand’s early career at the bar was an earnest of success should he ha ve chosen to devote his life to our profession ,and his history, and succe ss since arrant us in recalling with pleasure that he was at one time a me mber of and educated in our profession. As further testimonial of our regard it is resolved that a copy of these r esolutions and proceedings be entered upon the records of the court, and f urnished to the city papers for publication. John S. Leedom, Corn. G.M. Eichelberger, Corn. After which the meeting adjourned. John H. Young, Chairman D. McDonald, Secretary

We mourned the loss of our deceased brother W. A. Brand when he retired fr om the office of the CITIZEN AND GAZETTE, but now that he has been taken f rom us so that we shall not see his bright countenance no more here upon e arth, nor receive from him that warm greeting with which he always greet ed his friends, we mourn him with feelings that can only be counseled wi th the assurance that we will meet him beyond the river, where partings a nd sorrows never enter.

The committee on the death of W. A. Brand submitted the following repor t, which was adopted: WHEREAS, It has pleased Almighty God, the Commander-in-Chief of the natio ns and people of the earth, to call from time to eternity our beloved comr ade, W. A. Brand, and WHEREAS, Very much of the success of the meetings of this association is d ue to the labors of our beloved comrade in preparing a list of names wi th the place of residence of each, thereby making it possible to communica te with each one officially; and further, that he has collected and arrang ed material in preparation of the history of our rights, therefore, be Resolved, First—That we will remember with grateful emotion the past servi ces of our comrade during the war and his devotion to the welfare and comf ort of the memberships of the regiment while serving in his official capac ity as Quartermaster, ceasing not with the time that we ceased to be soldi ers, but continued while he lived, as shown by his labors. Second—that we offer to his bereaved family the deepest sympathy which a s oldier’s heart can feel, giving them our testimony that his soldierly bear ing, gentlemanly conduct and brotherly solicitude were ever the characteri stics of Comrade Brand. Third—That we will cherish his memory, and endeavor to so order our liv es that when the Death Sergeant shall call our names we may answer “Here !” ever ready and good soldiers to assume any duty assigned us, hoping th at at the final muster of the “quick and the dead” we shall be found wi th our knapsacks packed with the robes of righteousness, our haversacks fi lled with the bread of life, our canteens filled with water from that “str eam whose gentle flow supplies the city of our God.” We shall meet, not on ly Comrade Brand, but all others who have gone before, and pitching our te nts upon the eternal camping ground, to be disturbed no more by calls to a rms, but in the presence of our Grand Commander shall enjoy a grand soldie rs’ reunion forever. Fourth—That a copy of these resolutions be furnished the papers of the cou nty for publication ,and a copy signed by the Secretary and President of t his association be presented to Mrs. W. A. Brand, and one to the fami ly of our comrade, Joseph C. Brand. Respectfully submitted, John R. Clayton C. W. Guy Robert Crocket

SECRETARY’S REPORT Of the Champaign County Reporters’ Re-Union URBANA, 0., Jan. 24, 1880. At 11 a.m. seventeen reporters reported at the Weaver house, and shortly a fter repaired to the parlor, and were called to order by the chairman, Spe cs. Jr., After a short speech from the chair, stating the object of the me eting and the interest heretofore manifested by the reporters, it was thou gh best to proceed to the nomination of officers. On motion, a committ ee of three were appointed to nominate officers for the coming year, the p resent officers to hold their respective places until the close of today ’s proceedings. On motion a committee of three, consisting of Messrs. D r. Hunt, F.M. McAdams, and J. W. Carson, were appointed to draft resolutio ns appropriate to the death of Mr. W.A. Brand, and the retirement of our t ime honored friend, Mr. Joshua Saxton, both events having taken place sin ce our last re-union. The committee on resolutions reported the following, which were adopted: RESOLUTIONS. WHEREAS, Since our meeting of a year ago Providence, always wise and inscr utable in His dealings with men, has removed from among us by death’s rele ntless hand our esteemed friend and brother, W.A. Brand; and ; which we b ow in sorrowful submission, we would Resolve 1~, That, in the death of Wm. A. Brand the press of the west los es one of his ablest editors, society one of its brightest ornaments and o ur association one of its first and most valued members Resolved, That we recognize in his life, deeds and character the footprin ts of true greatness, and we shall ever cherish his memory and strive to i mitate his virtues. Resolved, That in Joshua Saxton, late senior editor of the CITIZEN AND GAZ ETTE, we recognize a pioneer in the art that preserves arts, and in his re tirement to private life we wish him a good and cloudless evening and endo rse the public verdict of “well done.” On motion the meeting adjourned to meet again on the fourth Saturday of Ja nuary, 1881. Meeting closed with prayer by Rev. E. A. Stone E. A. Stew, ART, Sec.

Champaign Co - Scrapbook of the Ross & Brand Families. Pg 51 W. A. Brand, Postmaster of this city, died last evening after several mont hs’ illness. He will be missed much in the community, having been a m an of great public spirit and generosity. He was during the war, a soldie r, holding the position of Lieutenant in the 66th Ohio, and served more th an four years. During that time he made a reputation as a war corresponde nt over the nom de plume of “D. N. Arbaw,” and has since given much attent ion to writing reminiscences and collations of war history. Since 1865, a nd until February last, he was part owner and editor of the Citizen and Ga zette. He was a Past Great Sachem and Great Representative of the Improv ed Order of Red Men, Past Grand and Past Patriarch of the Odd Fellows a nd Past Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias. It is expected that the Gre at Council will attend the funeral which takes place on Saturday morni ng at 10 o’clock. (Handwritten: Cic (Cin/Cir) Gazette.

Beers History WILLIAM A. BRAND (deceased). William A. Brand was born in Union Townshi p, Champaign Co., Ohio, July 9, 1837, and died in Urbana May 14,1879; he w as a son of Joseph C. Brand, the present Mayor of Urbana ; at an early a ge he removed with his parents to Urbana, where he continued his residen ce to the time of his death; he was educated at the public schools and t he Ohio Wesleyan University at Delaware; he studied law with Hon. Jo hn H. James, and graduated from the Cincinnati Law School in 1858; soon af ter he formed a partnership with the late Hon. Moses B. Corwin, which cont inued until the latter retired from practice on account of advanced ag e. He was married, July 12, 1859, to Miss Frances R. Saxton, daughter of J oshua Saxton, the founder of the Citizen and Gazette, of Urbana, who sti ll survives him; he continued in the practice of his profession until Sept ember, 1861, when he enlisted in the 66th O. V. I., and, in January, 186 2, accompanied his regiment to the field, and served in every campaign wi th his regiment until the close of the war, resigning his commission as Re gimental Quartermaster only after the declaration of peace, and, while t he army was at Washington awaiting ciders for muster out; his reco rd as a soldier and officer is unblemished, and it was for many years a gr atification, as well as a source of pride to him, that he had done wh at he could to sustain his imperiled Government; during the war, he w as a regular correspondent of a home paper over the nom de plume of " D. N. Arbaw," giving truthful and graphic descriptions of the most importa nt campaigns and battles of the war, which attracted much attention, and w ere much copied in the press of that time; the experience then derive d, in a great measure prepared him for his labors in making up a histo ry of some of the more prominent campaigns, only a portion of which had be en published when death laid its hand upon him ; in 1865, he purchased a h alf-interest in the Citizen and Gazette, continuing his connection therewi th until February, 1879; in this connection he soon made his mark, bei ng a forcible and sagacious writer, carrying conviction with his argument s, and doing much for the improvement of the city and county, as well as r endering valuable services to his party; being a Republican by convictio n, and feeling that through that party only could be preserved the resul ts of the severe struggles of our armies from 1861 to 1865, he put his who le soul into his political work, though never descending to abuse or perso nalities; be devoted himself assiduously to his business, and saw it devel op day by day, with new improvements constantly added, and finally had t he satisfaction of seeing issued from his presses work of the highest gra de and finish, and the reputation of his job department extended througho ut the State. Hoping, by a change of business, to restore his failing heal th, he accepted, in January, 1878, the position of Postmaster of Urbana, t he first civil office he ever sought or held, he having, though often soli cited to become a candidate for office, always expressed a dislike for t he duties of a public servant, except as they were self-imposed, feeling t hat his duties as an editor were higher and more imperative than cou ld be imposed by any other call. He was an active member of a number of t he secret orders, taking high rank in all; in the Improved Order of Red M en he held the position of Past Sachem, Great Senior Sagamore and Great Sa chem, the highest position in the State, and for several years was State R epresentative in the Great Council of the United States; he had passed a ll the chairs in the Subordinate Lodge and Encampment of Odd Fellows, a nd had represented his district in the Grand Lodge of Ohio; he was a Pa st Commander in the Knights of Pythias and Past Master in the U. O. A. M .; his ability was especially displayed in connection with these order s, in all of which he was a recognized leader. As a man, he was chivalrou s, generous, charitable and high-minded; a friend to the poor and oppresse d, he never denied an application for charity, preferring to give sometim es to the unworthy, lest, perchance, he might miss an occasion for relievi ng actual want. In concluding this slight tribute we can not refrain fr om expressing the hope that the sincere sympathy of our whole community, f reely extended to him in this sad affliction, may serve to soften the grie ve of the bereaved wife and family.

[HI32997] (Research):The is a David Gaston age 67 in the 1870 Census, Logan Co, West Libert y, OH living with Lewis Drake family. He looks like a widower.

[NI33000] Name: «tab»John Duncan
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»08 Aug 1908
Event Place: «tab»Champaign County, Ohio
Age: «tab»59
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1849
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»Michael Duncan
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Lydia C. Howland
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Mary Marshall
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»58
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1850
Spouse's Father: «tab»L. C. C. Gille
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Catherine Dorsheimer
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»p 533 cn 2175
Film Number: «tab»530190
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4016811
Image Number: «tab»307

[DI33000] Name: «tab»Mary M. Duncan
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»23 Feb 1931
Death Place: «tab»Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»14 Jul 1849
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Westville, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»81 years 7 months 9 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»201 Davis Apts. Oak St.
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»25 Feb 1931
Burial Place: «tab»St. Paris, Ohio
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»John Duncan
Father's Name: «tab»C. C. Gille
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Germany
Mother's Name: «tab»Catherine Dorscheimer
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Film Number: «tab»1992423
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4000599
Image Number: «tab»672
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 9901

[HI33004] (Research):Record Book 32 pg 42 Filed August 1864-Petition to Partition Joseph H Lemen vs John R Lemen et al Thornton Lemem died in 1864 seized of In-Lot number 14 in urbana. His hei rs were; Rachel Lemen, widow; Joseph H Lemen; John R Lemen of Indiana; Car oline E LEmen , wife of William W Vance; Edward F Lemen; Orlander T Leme n; Cyrus B Lemen

Urbana Daily citizen 10/26/1888 Mrs J H Lemon of Colfax is visiting her sister, Mrs W W Vance

Carrie is listed in the 1910 census as a widow. The death date of her hus band may be in error

[NI33005] Husband of Mary

[HI33009] (Research):Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson T wp by Pat Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Sec 6 Twp 3 Range 11 SW 1/4 Apr 26 1899 Benjamin Snapp to Clara B Wilkinson, .4 acres in S 1 /2 of SW 1/4 Bk83 Pg82 SW 1/4 Jul 21 1906 Clara B Wilkinson to Granite Improvement Co, 0.59 acr es , S 1/2 Bk 88 Pg473


WILKINSON CLARA B County Name: CHAMPAIGN Date of Death: 5/31/1924 Volume Number: 4472 Certificate Number: 31793

[HI33010] (Research):1900 Hancock Co, Center, IN Dist 44 Noble P Howard, 2/1856,44, IN OH OH, Physician Mattie K, wife, 4/1862 crossed thru and looks like 1872, but a ge 48 b KS OH OH Md6y 1/1 Clyde Wilson, son, 6/1890, 9, Utah, KS KS


Cremated 9/1907. Ashes brought home to Champaign County Aug 1908

[XI33012] Inscription: Daughter of CF & MM Colwell -- Aged 5y, 10m

[HI33013] (Research):She had a dress shop or a hat shop in Urbana.

[DI33013] Newspaper Abtract
May 21, 1863
Died 17th inst of brain fever, Eliza Jane, daughter of M and C Fithian of this place, aged about 6 years.

[HI33014] (Research):Although this does not match the dates of bith for her children, the nam es match, but also does not match birth locations of parents. 1900 Cook Co, Chicao, IL ward 32, Hyde Park Caroline Fithian, head, 6/1826, 73, widow, 12/5 OH IRE IRE William H, son, 8/1863, 36, single, OH OH OH Mary E, dau, 9/1866,33, single, OH OH OH Margaret M, dau, 11/1875,25, S, OH OHOH

[HI33015] (Research):Although this does not match the dates of bith for her children, the nam es match, but also does not match birth locations of parents. 1900 Cook Co, Chicao, IL ward 32, Hyde Park Caroline Fithian, head, 6/1826, 73, widow, 12/5 OH IRE IRE William H, son, 8/1863, 36, single, OH OH OH Mary E, dau, 9/1866,33, single, OH OH OH Margaret M, dau, 11/1875,25, S, OH OHOH

[NI33017] Spouse:
John Francis Hayes (1877 - 1947)*

[HI33018] (Research):Graduates of Urbana High School 1884-1900 submitted by Pat Stickley in CCGS Newsletter June 1996 pg 31 Gene Fithian-Sorgen Class of 1889

[DI33019] Newspaper Abstract
February 25, 1864
Died 21st inst, Francis, son of Milton Fithian, aged about 7 months.

[XI33019]
**No cemetery record or tombstone found, this information comes from his obit. He is possibly buried near his parents.

[HI33020] (Research):Name : Lucretia Zimmerman
Titles :
Death date : 19 Feb 1929
Death place : Madriver Twp., Champaign, Ohio
Birth date : 29 Aug 1844
Estimated birth year :
Birth place : Allen Co., Ohio
Age at death : 84 years 5 months 20 days
Gender : Female
Marital status : Widowed
Race or color : Caucasian
Street address :
Occupation : Housekeeper
Residence :
Burial date : 22 Feb 1929
Burial place : Williston, O.
Cemetery name : Spring Grove
Spouse name : Geo. Zimmerman
Father name : Moses Mccoy
Father birth place : Allen County
Mother name : Mary Ponabaker
Mother birth place : Allen Co.
Informant-Cliff Barger
GSU film number : 1991724
Digital GS number : 4022232
Image number : 2325
Certificate number : cn 11798
Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI33024] (Research):mentioned as Carrie Loudenback in grmo will Mary R Vance 3/18/1903 Son Doanld death cert names mother as Carrie VANCE Harry death info names spouse Carrie Cannon

Name : Carrie Cannon Loudenback Titles : Death date : 30 Jun 1949 Death place : Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States Birth date : 10 Jul 1874 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Streetsboro, Ohio Age at death : 74 years Gender : Female Marital status : Race or color : Caucasian Street address : Occupation : Residence : Burial date : Burial place : Cemetery name : Spouse name : Father name : Artemas Cannon Father titles : Father birth place : Mother name : Leonora Wells Mother titles : Mother birth place : GSU film number : 2247093 Digital GS number : 4109162 Image number : 00205 Certificate number : 41385 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[DI33024] Name: «tab»Carrie Cannon Loudenback
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»30 Jun 1949
Death Place: «tab»Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States
Birth Date: «tab»10 Jul 1874
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Streetsboro, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»74 years
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»Artemas Cannon
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Leonora Wells
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»2247093
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4109162
Image Number: «tab»00205
Certificate Number: «tab»41385

[NI33038] He married Esther Lorre Youngerman, daughter of Oscar R Youngerman and Hazel L Gochnour on 17 Aug 1946 in Clark, Ohio, USA. She was born on 22 Jan 1921 in Springfield, Clark, Ohio, USA. (Source Chris Sprague)

[DI33038]
Social Security Death Index about Clarence Hamilton
Name: «tab»Clarence Hamilton «tab»
SSN: «tab»301-09-6429
Last Residence: «tab»45504 Springfield, Clark, Ohio,
Born: «tab»22 Oct 1918
Died: «tab»Aug 1976
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Ohio (Before 1951)

Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, & 1958-2007 about Clarenc S Hamilton
Name: «tab»Clarenc S Hamilton
Birth Date: «tab»1919
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Residence City: «tab»Springfield
Residence County: «tab»Clark
Residence State: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»8 Aug 1976
Hospital of Death: «tab»Home
City of Death: «tab»Springfield
County of Death: «tab»Clark
Certificate: «tab»062746
Age at Death: «tab»57
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Marital Status: «tab»Married

[XI33039] Name:«tab»Valentine Ferryman
Birth Date:«tab»Nov 1861
Birth Place:«tab»Ohio, USA
Death Date:«tab»15 Oct 1938
Death Place:«tab»Springfield, Clark County, Ohio, USA
Cemetery:«tab»Asbury Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place:«tab»Catawba, Clark County, Ohio, USA
Has Bio?:«tab»Y
Spouse:«tab»

[NI33040] Groom's Name: «tab»James Clinton Pine
Groom's Birth Date: «tab»
Groom's Birthplace: «tab»Champaign Co., O.
Groom's Age: «tab»
Bride's Name: «tab»Alice Myer
Bride's Birth Date: «tab»1904
Bride's Birthplace: «tab»Lewistown, Logan, O.
Bride's Age: «tab»20
Marriage Date: «tab»15 Aug 1924
Marriage Place: «tab»Logan, Ohio
Groom's Father's Name: «tab»George Pine
Groom's Mother's Name: «tab»Martha Hunter
Bride's Father's Name: «tab»Alvin E. Myer
Bride's Mother's Name: «tab»Bessie Shrere
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

[HI33040] (Research):Name: James Clinton Pine Birth Date: 27 Oct 1898 Birth State: Ohio Birth Country: United States Gender: Male Race: White Hispanic Origin: Not Hispanic (Latino) Residence County: Logan Residence State: Ohio Residence Country: United States Death Date: 11 Oct 1990 Death Time: 4:19 PM Hospital of Death: Long-Term Care Facilities City of Death: Bellefontaine County of Death: Logan Certificate: 076374 Age at Death: 91 Certifier: Physician Referred to Coroner: No Autopsy: No Filing Date: 12 Oct 1990 Hospital Status: Other/Nursing Home Injury in Ohio: Yes Type Place of Injury: Unspecified Place Social Security Number: 282-20-5636 Father's Surname: Pine Marital Status: Widowed Education: 5+ years college Industry of Decedent: Homemaker, student, unemployed volunteer Occupation of Decedent: Homemaker Primary Registration District: 4601

[DI33046] 3/26/1891 Mrs Tomlin wife of William, died in Dialton the 20th March, buried Newsom. She md William 18 Oct 1863 who already had three small daughters by previous marriage

[HI33047] (Research):1870 Jackson Township Census 114/116 William Tomlin 45 M England Elizabeth 48 F Pennsylvania Mary 14 F Ohio Sarah 11 F Ohio Ellen 8 F Ohio 134/136 David Proctor 40 M Ohio Sarah 37 F Ohio Mary 10 F Ohio Elizabeth 8 F Ohio Sarah 6 F Ohio John Tomlin 16 M Ohio

[NI33048] Son of John & Sarah Woods.

[HI33048] (Research):Name: John Woods Birthplace: Ohio State: OH 1910 Age: 71 Co lor: W Enumeration District: 0002 Visit: 0236 County: Clark, New Carli sle Wife Harriet V 62 Ohio Daughter Helen M 24 Minesota Daughter Mary E 19 Minnesota

[XI33049] age 64

[DI33052] Tarkio Avalanche July 16, 1937 MRS. MORRIS H. HALL PASSES AWAY FRIDAY Funeral Services Conducted at the Home Sunday Afternoon by Rev. Earl Johns
Mrs. M.H. Hall died Friday at her home in Tarkio, at the age of 76 ye ars, 9 months and 4 days.
Mrs. Hall, who before her marriage was Drucilla Herring, was born Oct ober 5, 1860 at Niantic, Ill., the daughter of Mary and John Herring.
In early childhood she came her mother to Missouri, where she lived w ith a sister until her marriage to Morris H. Hall on December 25, 187 8. To this union were born six children, Lura, John, Virgil, Harold, Geor ge and Elizabeth. Lura, John and George preceded her in death. Mrs. Ha ll is survived by her husband, three children and eight grandchildren.

[HI33054] (Research):MRS. WALKER HALL DIES IN DALLAS MOVED TO COUNTY IN 1874 Had Been in Poor Health for Several Years-Body to Be Brought to Tarkio

Rebecca Herring Hall, wife of the late George Walker Hall, passed away Wed nesday morning in Dallas, Texas as a result of an illness with which she h ad been afflicted for several years.

She was born in Jonestown, Pennsylvania, seventy-five years ago this comi ng February, and moved to Springfield, Illinois with her parents when s he was a small girl. Here she grew to young womanhood and was united in m arriage to George Walker Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Hall removed to Tarkio in 187 4, where six children were born to them, one other having been born in Spr ingfield prior to their coming to this community. Of the seven children f our remain to mourn their loss.

The Hall family lived in Tarkio, and vicinity for twenty-six years and dur ing that time they formed a large number of friendships. In 1900 they mov ed to St. Joseph, Missouri and later to Kansas City. After the death of h er husband, which occurred in Kansas City in 1922, Mrs. Hall moved to Dall as, Texas, where she resided for the rest of her life with her daughter, M rs. Cora Reeves.

Besides her three sisters, Mrs. Joe (Ellen)Grush and Mrs. M.H.(Drucilla) H all of Tarkio and Mrs. Sue Burt of California, she is survived by four ch ildren: Mrs. Cora Lee Reeves, M. Vaneverie, Nicholas and Guy Hall.

Funeral services were held yesterday in the Presbyterian church at Dalla s, Texas and the body is being brought to Tarkio for interment in the Ho me Cemetery Saturday morning.

[DI33054] name: «tab»Rebecca Hall
death date: «tab»01 Dec 1926
death place: «tab»Dallas, Dallas, Texas
gender: «tab»Female
race: «tab»W
death age: «tab»75 years 9 months 3 days
estimated birth date: «tab»
birth date: «tab»28 Feb 1851
birthplace: «tab»Penn.
marital status: «tab»Widowed
spouse's name: «tab»
father's name: «tab»John Harring
father's birthplace: «tab»Penn.
mother's name: «tab»Mary Ackerman
mother's birthplace: «tab»Penn.
occupation: «tab»
place of residence: «tab»Dallas, Dallas, Texas
cemetery: «tab»
burial place: «tab»Tarkio, Missouri
burial date: «tab»02 Dec 1926
additional relatives: «tab»
film number: «tab»2114211
digital film number: «tab»4165610
image number: «tab»2718
reference number: «tab»cn41054
Citing this Record "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JF9M-ZY9 : accessed 26 Nov 2012), Rebecca Hall, 01 Dec 1926; citing reference cn41054, State Registrar Office, Austin, Texas.

[XI33054] More About GEORGE WALKER HALL: Burial: Home Cemetery, Tarkio, Atchison County, Missouri14 Fraternal: Masonic Residence: Dale Township. Atchison County, MO in the summer.

[HI33058] (Research):Monitor MRS. TALMON H. HALL BURIED LAST WEDNESDAY Pioneer Woman of Bloomfield Community Answers Final Call on Sunday Afternoon, June 28th seven children mourn demise

edited by Douglas Henry

It was stated in these columns last week that Mrs. T.H. Hall passed aw ay to the great beyond after a lingering illness, and as the funeral was h eld on the day we issue the Monitor, we were unable to publish her obitua ry as supplied by relatives of the deceased:

Laura Isabelle Harding was born at Sidney, Iowa, January 18, 1857, and dep arted this life after a lingering illness in her home at Bloomfield, Nebra ska on June 28, 1931.

She was married to Talmon Harbour Hall in Nodaway County, Missouri, Novemb er, 1873: and they lived for some years on a farm north of Tarkio, MO. T hey pioneered to Nebraska in 1889, moving to a farm 6 1/2 miles north of B loomfield. In order to give the children school advantages Mrs. Hall ca me to town with the children, leaving Mr. Hall to manage the farm. Aft er they were through school, the family lived continuously on the farm fr om 1900 to 1916, when, because of Mr. Hall's failing health, he was forc ed to retire, and they moved to the present home, the lost of which he pur chased when the town was platted. Here Mrs. Hall lived until her death.

She united with the Baptist church while living in Missouri, transferri ng her membership to the Bloomfield Methodist church March 27, 1921. S he died a faithful member and a firm believer in Jesus Christ.

The surviving children are as follows: David Monroe Hall of Bloomfield; W illiam Amasa Hall of Tuthilll, SD; Mrs. Steve V. (Alice) Patterson of Bloo mfield; Mrs. William McGinnis (Ethel) McCartney of Bloomfield; Mrs. Osc ar Nicholas (Edith) McCartney of Bloomfield; Mrs. John Murry (Laura Grac e) Dolphin and Galen Talmon Hall of Bloomfield. Two children died in infa ncy and a daughter, Gladys, died three years ago. She also leaves 26 gran dchildren and 18 great-grand-children and one sister who lives at Torringt on, Wyoming. Besides these she leaves many other relatives and a multitu de of friends who join in sorrow with the family.

Mrs. Hall lived a good life. She has slipped away to that better wor ld in the spirit of the poet who wrote these lines:

Sunset and evening star, And one clear call for me! And may there be no moaning of the bar When I put out to sea; But such a tide as moving seems asleep, Too full for sound and foam, When that which drew from out the boundless deep Turns again home. Twilight and evening bell And after that the dark! And may there be no sadness of farewell, When I embark! For tho' from out our bourne of Time and Place The flood may bear me far, I hope to see my pilot face to face When I have crost the bar.

Funeral services were held from the home and from the Methodist church. Th ey were conducted by Rev. Leroy Blough, and interment was made in the Bloo mfield cemetery, beside her her husband who passed away several years ag o. A large number of friends followed the remains to their last resting p lace. The sympathy of the entire community is extended to the sorrowing s ons and daughters.

CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the kind friends and neighbors of Bloomfield for their th oughtful consideration during the illness, death and burial of our belov ed mother. We also want to thank Rev. Blough for his comforting words, t he choir for their beautiful hymns, the pallbearers and those who remember ed our dear mother with flowers. Your kindness will never be forgotten.--- David Monroe Hall of Bloomfield; William Amasa Hall of Tuthilll, SD; Mr s. Steve V. (Alice) Patterson of Bloomfield; Mrs. William McGinnis (Ethe l) McCartney of Bloomfield; Mrs. Oscar Nicholas (Edith) McCartney of Bloom field; Mrs. John Murry (Laura Grace) Dolphin and Galen Talmon Hall of Blo omfield.

[HI33062] (Research):Champaign Co, OH Will abstracts book f pg 421, Adams Twp, probated 11/30/ 1888 Heirs Cyrus W Martz, son, Careysville; Samantha J halterman, dau, Careysvi lle; F J Martz, son Careysville; D K Martz, son, Careysville; Hiram Mart z, son, Verona, MO; Michael Martz, son, Augusta, GA; Evaline Martx, dau, C areysville; Elizabeth Hensler, dau, Careysville; Sarah O'Leary, dau, Colum bus; B F Martz, son, Columbus. Oldest dau Samantha, the house NS LOT IN cA AREYSVILLE PLUS $200; DAU eVALINE AND mARY THE 5 ACRE LOT NORTH OF cAREYSV ILLE; RESIDUE DIVIDED AMONG cYRUS w, fLAVIOUS j, mICHAEL, hIRAM, dARALA S, bENJAMIN mARTZ AND eLIZABETH aNN hESLER; dau Sarah Catherine Martz l ot east of Careysville. Benjamin F Martz, exec. Witness, Samuel Bowersoc k, Levi Hickman. Signed 4/6/1876

[HI33066] (Research):Ten children survive in 1884

Champaign Co Guardianship records Vol 18 No 2 Pg246 Jun 9 1863 Erastus Mar tz gdn of Tylee Wooley, a lunatic. Surities Alex Rhodes & Isaac W Hunt

[HI33070] (Research):1850 census family 122 Adams twsp Champaign co Oh, Name Julyann. 1860 census family 724 Adams twsp Carysville P.O. champaign co Oh. 1870 census family 106 Adams twsp Champaign co Oh. Halterman cem. records date of death 2/11/1880 aged 37 years

[HI33073] (Research):Catherine is living in the household of Catherine Hewling. Did her daught er marry a Hewling? Catherines age is 45 b VA

[HI33079] (Research):1880Census Place:Caryville, Champaign, Ohio Source:FHL Film 1254998 National Archives Film T9-0998 Page 19 8C Jacob MARTZSelfMMW35OHOcc:LaborerFa: VAMo: VA Mary MARTZWifeFMW28OHFa: VAMo: PA Franklin MARTZSonMSW8OHFa: OHMo: OH Anna MARTZDauFSW6OHFa: OHMo: OH Maude MARTZDauFSW3OHFa: OHMo: OH

CCGS, Book III, August 2002 by Dorothy Shaffer, Champaign Co, Ohio St Par is Newspaper Abstracts Jan 1900-1916, pg102, Jacob C Martz died at his home in St Paris Monday after an illness of seve ral weeks. He was born near Carysville on Oct 17, 1845 and died in St Par is on Dec 21, 1908 aged 68y 2m 4d. He enlisted in May 1864 in the Civil W ar and served his country as a soldier in Co H, 134th Ohio Mational Gua rd Infantry. The deceased md Mary Francis Beaver, daughter of Jackson a nd Rohda Mahan in 1870. They had four children, Rosemandale , a dau who di ed in infancy, Benjamin Franklin Martz of Martins Ferry, Anna Wallace of P olo, Miami, Co, OH and Maud Tyson of Rosewood. Mr Martz has hauled the ma il from the railroad station and was probably known to every man , woman a nd child in the village. The funeral services were conducted from the ho me yesterday, by Reb Dr Rexford, of Columbus. His wife, a sister and two d aughters survive him. Interment in Evergreen Cemetery.

134th OVI Co H Enlisted 2 May 1864 age 19. mustered out 31 Aug 1864

[DI33079] Name: Jacob Martz
Death date: 21 Dec 1908
Death place: St. Paris, Champaign, Ohio
Birth date: 17 Oct 1845
Estimated birth year:
Birth place: Adams Twp. Champaign Co. Ohio
Age at death: 63 years 2 months 4 days
Gender: Male
Marital status: Married
Race or color: Caucasian
Street address:
Occupation: Mail Carrier
Residence:
Burial date: 23 Dec 1908
Burial place:
Cemetery name: Evergreen Cemetery
Spouse name:
Father name: Martin Martz
Father titles:
Father birth place: Virginia
Mother name: Martha Martz
Mother titles:
Mother birth place: Virginia
GSU film number: 1926951
Digital GS number: 4020893
Image number: 208
Reference number: fn 181
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI33080] (Research):ALL Childrens death certs name mother maiden as also Martz

[HI33081] (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 C W Martz

[DI33083] Name: Michael B. Martz
Death date: 02 Jul 1916
Death place: Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio
Birthdate: 16 Nov 1837
Estimated birth year:
Birthplace: Ohio
Age at death: 78 years 7 months 16 days
Gender: Male
Marital status: Widowed
Race or color: American
Street address: Linden Heights
Occupation: Merchant
Residence:
Burial date: 04 Jul 1916
Burial place: Ohio
Cemetery name: Union Cemetery
Spouse's name:
Father's name: Benj. H. Martz
Father's titles:
Father's birthplace: Va.
Mother's name: Temperance Martz
Mother's titles:
Mother's birthplace: Va.
GSU film number: 1983750
Digital GS number: 4021408
Image number: 2810
Reference number: fn 42751
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI33086] (Research):St Paris Village school district by L W Faulkner July 20, 1892 Frank Martz age 20

[HI33087] (Research):CCGS, Book III, August 2002 by Dorothy Shaffer, Champaign Co, Ohio St Par is Newspaper Abstracts Jan 1900-1916, pg 26 3/8/1901 Md at the home of Mr and Mrs Hiram martz in Vernon MO on 2/27/1901, M rs S D Seely of Champ Co, Oh to Mr W R Wilkes of Vernon, MO, Rev T H T Ki ng officiating.

[HI33088] (Research):MARTZ DERILAS County Name: SHELBY Date of Death: 6/26/1917 Volume Number: 2305 Certificate Number: 42226

[HI33090] (Research):Court of Common Pleas 1890 from Champaign Democrat abstracted by Pat Stick ley CCGS Newsletter Fall 1989 11/6/1890 M J Martz & David Mahan adm 's vs John H Heater

[DI33090] 16 Nov«tab»Michael J. MARTZ of Carysville died of Typhoid Fever on the 8th November, 38 years of age; leaves wife and 6 children, one only 12 days old. He was the superintendent of schools in Salem Township, buried Rosedale Cemetery.

[DI33094] Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 about William C Giessman
Name: «tab»William C Giessman
Birth Date: «tab»1887
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Residence County: «tab»Shelby
Residence state: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»15 Mar 1973
Hospital of Death: «tab»Long-Term Care Facilities
City of Death: «tab»Sidney
County of Death: «tab»Shelby
Certificate: «tab»023169
Age at Death: «tab»86
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed

[HI33096] (Research):IS the E V Halterman who married Miss Ella M Poorman 7/27/1881 Newspaper 1 877-1911 pg 30?

[DI33098] Name: Mary Ann Martz
Death date: 28 Jan 1910
Death place: Adams Tp., Champaign, Ohio
Birthdate: 1833
Estimated birth year:
Birthplace: Ohio
Age at death: 77 years
Gender: Female
Marital status: Widowed
Race or color: Caucasian
Street address:
Occupation: Housewife
Residence:
Burial date: 30 Jan 1910
Burial place:
Cemetery name: Rosedale
Spouse's name:
Father's name: Peter Weaver
Father's titles:
Father's birthplace: Pa
Mother's name: Levina Ross
Mother's titles:
Mother's birthplace: Ohio
GSU film number: 1927278
Digital GS number: 4030651
Image number: 629
Reference number: fn 527
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI33099] (Research):1910 Census Albert G Harney
Age: 66 State: OH
Color: w Enumeration District: 0001
Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0246
County: Champaign
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place Wife Jennie 49 Ohio Brother-in-law Michial Martz 48 Ohio Brother-in-law Luster 42 Ohio

[HI33100] (Research):MARTZ DANIEL L County Name: SHELBY Date of Death: 10/5/1927 Volume Number: 5478 Certificate Number: 59856

[DI33102] Name: «tab»Leonard Andrews Brigner
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»30 Jun 1927
Death Place: «tab»Muhlenburg, Pickaway, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»11 Apr 1904
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Death Age: «tab»23 years 2 months 19 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Laborer
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»02 Jul 1927
Burial Place: «tab»Darbyville
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Chas. Irvin Brigner
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Gertrude White
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Film Number: «tab»1985069
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4022017
Image Number: «tab»675

[DI33106] Name: «tab»David Franklin Rhodes
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»06 Jan 1941
Death Place: «tab»Rosewood, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»01 Aug 1873
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Busyrus
Death Age: «tab»67 years 5 months 6 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Trucker
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»08 Jan 1941
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Ross
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Samuel Rhodes
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Busyrus
Mother's Name: «tab»Lovina Pushepyle
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»O.
Film Number: «tab»2023889

[HI33107] (Research):St Paris Village school district by L W Faulkner July 20, 1892 Anna Martz age 18

[HI33108] (Research):St Paris Village school district by L W Faulkner July 20, 1892 Maud Martz age 16

[HI33111] (Research):Charles Hensler found in: Census Microfilm Records: Ohio, 1900 Lived in: Adams Township, Champaign County, Ohio Series: T623 Microfilm: 1245 Book: 1 Page: 11

[HI33112] (Research):CCGS, Book III, August 2002 by Dorothy Shaffer, Champaign Co, Ohio St Par is Newspaper Abstracts Jan 1900-1916, pg30. May 31, 1901 EMMA A HENSLER, daughter of JOSEPH and ELIZABETH HENSLER, was born June 1 1, 1867, and died May 19, 1901, aged 33yrs, limo and 8 days. She was unit ed in marriage to JOHN COVAULT on Mar 14, 1895. To this union was born fi ve children, two having preceded her to death. One daughter died with he r. She leaves a husband, three children, father, mother, three brothers a nd two sisters.

[HI33114] (Research):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 Adams Twp - B H Hensler

Name: Harley Hensler SSN: 295-40-9744 Last Residence: 43070 Rosewood, Champaign, Ohio, United States of Ameri ca Born: 22 Aug 1875 Died: Apr 1969 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (1962 )

[DI33116] Name: «tab»John W. Crabb
Death Date: «tab»13 Apr 1909
Death Place: «tab»Fairfield, Madison, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»10 Aug 1851
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Death Age: «tab»57 years 8 months 3 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Residence: «tab»Fairfield, Madison, Ohio
Burial Date: «tab»15 Apr 1909
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Oakhill
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»William C. Crabb
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Saria Mckiney
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Film Number: «tab»1927087
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4020981
Image Number: «tab»2475
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 20843

[HI33124] (Research):Record book 26 pg 547 Filed 24 Nov 1857 Petition to Partition Amos Halterman vs Mary Halterman and others Peter Halterman died seized of 161 acres in the NW 1/4 of Sec 24 Twp 3 Ran ge 12 (adams twp). He left the following heirs; Mary halterman widow;
Amos Halterman; William Halterman of Illinois; Elizabeth halterman wife of Ezekiel Sargent of Illinois; Lavina Halterman, wife of Samuel McCrosky of Champaign Co, Ohio; Allen Halterman of Champaign County; Ephraim Hal terman of Illinois and the children of Eli Haltermann deceased, who are living in Champaign County; Jesse F Halterman ; Mary ellen Halterman and Wil liam H Halterman

[NI33132] Groom's Name «tab»William Clarence Robbins
Groom's Birth Date «tab»1884
Groom's Birthplace «tab»Champaign Co., Ohio
Groom's Age «tab»26
Bride's Name «tab»Hazel Tillberry
Bride's Birth Date «tab»1893
Bride's Birthplace «tab»Clark Co., Ohio
Bride's Age «tab»17
Marriage Date «tab»17 Sep 1910
Marriage Place «tab»Champaign County, Ohio
Groom's Father's Name «tab»Arnold Robbins
Groom's Mother's Name «tab»Laura Bodey
Bride's Father's Name «tab»Joseph Tillberry
Bride's Mother's Name «tab»Sarah Cummings
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

8/5/1911 Bk 59 pg 461
Hazel Robbins vs William Robbins for divorce on gross neglect. Divorce gratned; her name restored to Hazel Tillbury

[DI33134] Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 about Delai M Burns
Name: «tab»Delai M Burns
Birth Date: «tab»1883
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Residence City: «tab»Springfield
Residence County: «tab»Clark
Residence state: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»30 Jan 1976
Hospital of Death: «tab»Long-Term Care Facilities
City of Death: «tab»Springfield
County of Death: «tab»Clark
Certificate: «tab»000703
Age at Death: «tab»93
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed

[NI33136] Md 2nd H J Jones

[DI33137] Name: «tab»Charles R. Kemp
Death Date: «tab»26 Jun 1948
Death Place: «tab»Concord, Champaign, Ohio, United States
Birth Date: «tab»28 Oct 1872
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Galia Co., Ohio
Death Age: «tab»75 years 7 months 28 days
Gender: «tab»Male
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»Luvada
Father's Name: «tab»Joseph Kemp
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Sarah M. Brewick
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»2246463
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4109092
Image Number: «tab»03504
Certificate Number: «tab»34582

[NI33142] Champaign Co, Oh 1991 - pg 90 Biography

[DI33142] 23 Sep 1851, Samuel BLUE guardian of William E. BLUE 17 yrs, David BLUE 14 yrs, Sarah E. BLUE 11 yrs, Lucinda BLUE 8 yrs. Minor heirs of Andrew BLUE deceased. Sureties: Simon BAKER, Richard BLUE, David BROWN

Page 498, 22 Aug 1854, Samuel BLUE, guardian of Sarah Elizabeth BLUE 14 yrs (3 Mar 1854) David BLUE 16 yrs (1 Dec 1853), minor heirs of Andrew BLUE deceased. Sureties: Nelson BLUE, Martin IDLE

[DI33143] Champaign Co will book C pg 364 Richard Blue probated 2/3/1863 Samuel Blue land S21 Mad River Twp Wit: David Loudenback. John Swartz (now in Prince Wm Co, VA) (will gives no siging date)

Public Records of Champaign Co, OH Court of Common Pleas Vol 2 by Denise K ay Moore and Pat Stickley pg81 Record Book 30, Page 498- Filed 9 May 1863- Petition to Sell Land David
Loudenback, Administrator of Samuel Blue, deceased vs Nancy Blue, Sarah Blue & Others Samuel Blue and Richard Blue in-common, held 157 acres (less 8.7 acres so ld to Amos Baker and 20 acres mortgaged to David Miller) of the south-we st quarter of Section 21 Township 4 Range 11 (Mad River Township). Richard Blue died circa 24 January 1863 and he had left no widow or childre n. In his will, Richard had left his estate to Samuel Blue, however, Samuel had died before Richard. Isaac Neff was the administrator of Richard 's estate. The heirs of Samuel Blue were: Nancy Blue, widow; Sarah Blue; A ndrew Blue; Mahala Blue and Abigail Blue.

[BI33153] Name: «tab»Charles W. Clements
Gender: «tab»Male
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»27 Feb 1874
Birthplace: «tab»CHAMPAIGN,OHIO
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»George Clements
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Laura Oferbacker
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C51594-1
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-ODM
Source Film Number: «tab»295232

[NI33159] Name: «tab»Henry Rollin Moore
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»06 Apr 1908
Event Place: «tab»Champaign County, Ohio
Age: «tab»56
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1852
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»Edward Moore
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Rachel Cowgill
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Mary Corbet
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»54
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1854
Spouse's Father: «tab»Louis Corbet
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Moriba Bonsall
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»p 507 cn 2113
Film Number: «tab»530190
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4016811
Image Number: «tab»294

[DI33159] Name: «tab»Mary M. Moore
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»25 Jan 1913
Death Place: «tab»Wayne, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»04 Jan 1854
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Death Age: «tab»59 years 21 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Housekeeper
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»28 Jan 1913
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Maple Grove Cemetery
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Lewis Corbut
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Rossanah Good
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Film Number: «tab»1953596
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4021225
Image Number: «tab»698
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 578

[NI33161] Name: «tab»John Calvin Conkle
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»02 Mar 1901
Event Place: «tab»Champaign, Ohio
Age: «tab»29
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1872
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»William Conkle
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Mary Spring
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Ella Viola Comegys
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»25
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1876
Spouse's Father: «tab»David Comegys
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Anna Parks
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»M476
Film Number: «tab»530189
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4016810
Image Number: «tab»584
Spouse:
John Calvin Conkle (1871 - 1952)*

[DI33161] Name: «tab»Ella Viola Conkle
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»02 May 1941
Death Place: «tab»Salem Twp., Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1875
Birthplace: «tab»
Death Age: «tab»66 years 7 months 17 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»John C. Conkle
Father's Name: «tab»David F. Comegys
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Anna Park
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»2023898
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4024462
Image Number: «tab»2273
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 28227

[HI33166] (Research):The Springfield Daily News March 19, 1910- pg. 7 Wildasin, Mrs, Mary Jane aged 94 years died friday in the residence of h er son John at Beatty. Funeral Sunday at 1pm from the residence. Buri al in Ferncliff.

Name and Address listed in the Springfield City Directory 1889-90: Wildasinn Sarah J. widow of Solomon, res 353 W. Main

Census: 1860, Clark Co., Ohio Census- Sarah J. (Wildison) 44 VA, Charl es 19 OH, James K. 14, Lee R. 9, Elizabeth A. 7

[DI33166] Name: «tab»Sarah Jane Wildasin Or Wildarin
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»18 Mar 1910
Death Place: «tab»Springfield Twp, Clark, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»16 Feb 1816
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Virginia
Death Age: «tab»94 years 1 month 2 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»Gregory
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Fell
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»1927356
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4020636
Image Number: «tab»2286
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 12172

[XI33166] 0775 «tab»WILDASIN «tab»SARAH «tab»«tab»00/00/0000 «tab»«tab»03/19/1910 «tab»03/19/1910 «tab»L «tab»Lot 59 «tab»SubLot 2 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 6

[HI33167] (Research):Springfield Sun July 7 1900 Mrs Roller and daughter of Enon, Ohio spent Wednesday at the home of Mrs A be Roller

Springfield Sun Augu 16, 1900 Abe Roller and wife will spend today at the home of Mr Roller's mother a nd sister at Enon.

Sept 9 1900 Miss Roller of Enon and Miss Effie Roller of Indiana were the guests of t he families of William and Abe Roller for a few days.

Springfield Sun Mar 24, 1901 Miss Roller of Enon, sister of Abe and William Roller, was a guest at the ir homes for a dew days.

[DI33167] Name: «tab»Abraham J. Roller
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»30 Jul 1935
Death Place: «tab»Akron, Summit, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»24 Nov 1854
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Clark Co, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»80 years 8 months 6 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»556 Vinita Ave
Occupation: «tab»Retired Farmer
Residence: «tab»Akron, Ohio
Burial Date: «tab»01 Aug 1935
Burial Place: «tab»Enon, Ohio
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»Anna
Father's Name: «tab»Wm. Roller
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Click
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Film Number: «tab»2022523
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4001928
Image Number: «tab»1659
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 45681

[HI33170] (Research):Family researcher- Ray Walker RayFwa@aol.com

A William Weller, his wife Sarah Smith, and three children were pioneers w ho travelled by ox cart from Sandusky down to Bucyrus and then across to L ima to set up home and a business. William died suddenly in 1839. Over t he next ten years Sarah managed to settle his affairs and towards 1850, ju dging by her residence as given in the final disposition of her proper ty in Lima, she moved to Champaign county. She may not be in the 1850 cens us, but I suspect she is in the 1860 census for Urbana. She was there in 1 884, because a letter from her brother-in-law in Marysville, survivi ng in Hastings Museum in England, tells of her visit to him. I have a cert ified copy of her death certificate indicating that she died in Min go on 27 December 1887.

I have a very large history of the Weller family of potters and brickmaker s, summaries of which I have placed with Union Co., Clinton Co., Greene County. and other genealogy societies and libraries throughout he world. I wou ld be quite happy to send one to Champaign Co. library or Gen Soc., altho ugh I doubt there is much to catch the special interest of surviving citiz enry.

This Weller family is quite distinct from the famous Weller Family of Zane sville; and I suppose one of the outcomes of my research has been to sh ow that this is the case, although it has been widely believed otherwis e. In fact I can tell you of two Weller descendants in Kansas who betwe en them collected over $3,000,000 worth of Zanesville pottery under the mi staken impression that it was derived from their family. A good investmen t, but not family momentoes!

My wife and I have travelled tens of thousands of miles and spent sever al thousand dollars putting together our Weller history.

[HI33171] (Research):She arrived in New York in 1828 with husband and son, both Williams. Th ey stayed in the Schenectady area of New York State with other membe rs of the Weller family (including his father and stepmother) ) until t he early 1830s, when they began to migrate to Ohio. In about 1828 in Schen ectady William and Sarah acquired a second son, who shows up (unname d) in the 1830 Schenectady and the 1840 Bath Twp censuses.

[HI33173] (Research):Parentage not proven, but facts support he data from the 1850 census are very helpful; at least I know now one rea son why the marriage of Enoch and Eliza Austin occurred in Champaign count y. Previously, I had supposed that it was because of the presence the re of Enoch's mother.

But I have never been able to securely tie down the third child, Enoch, bo rn about 1828 in Schenectady, or so it is supposed. I discovered an Eno ch with wife Eliza and three children serving in the Sheriff's Office in S andusky, who otherwise fits the description to the extent data are availab le. This Enoch, a major in the OVI, was killed in the Battle of Stones Riv er, TN in 1863, but it took Eliza twenty years to have her claim for a pen sion honored. It is these surviving records that led me back to Champai gn Co. and the hope that a public marriage record might exist naming her a nd William's parents.

I suspect that Enoch, aged 32, born 'New York', according to the 1860 Sand usky census is the missing son, supported by the marriage link to Champai gn Co. Among other reasons for my suspicions is that Enoch has been a fam ily first name down to modern times; an Enoch preceded his brother Willi am to Schenectady and followed him to Lima.

[HI33174] (Research):Dau of Amos and Rachel Austin
The Amos and Rachel you list seem to fit the former requirement, because an Amos Austin signed a statement to the Army, saying that as a physici an he was present at the birth of one of Eliza's children. I don't know wh ere Salem Township is, but assume it is near Urbana, and wonder if perha ps there are surviving newspaper reports of relevant events. The records s how that during the claim process Eliza moved from Erie Co. to Oregon a nd Rockford, Winnebago Co., Illinois, then to Muscatine Co., Iowa; and al so that one of her three daughters apparently married a Hunter in Iowa.

[HI33178] (Research):she appears to have been born after he died in 1839. An (unnamed) chi ld of an age that is consistent with Eugenia's birth is listed in the 18 40 Bath Twp census. (She married a William J. Constant in Marysville, he b eing the owner of land sold to Wellers to extend their pottery there).

[HI33179] (Research):Champaign Co Guradianship & Indentures Pg 325 9 april 1846 Milton Fithian gdn of John M Pence 14yr; George H Pen ce 3 yr, children of Isaac Pence. Surity Jacob Patrick

Pg165 5/5/1896 John M PENCE a well known printer of Urbana, aged 54 yrs old died last Sun day of heart disease.

[HI33180] (Research):Champaign Co Guradianship & Indentures Pg 325 9 april 1846 Milton Fithian gdn of John M Pence 14yr; George H Pen ce 3 yr, children of Isaac Pence. Surity Jacob Patrick

Civil War veteran, enlisted 2 May 1864, age 19, as a private, on 6 May 18 64 he was mustered into A Co., 134th Ohio Infantry and he was mustered o ut 31 Aug 1864 at Camp Chase, Ohio.

PENCE GEORGE F County Name: FRANKLIN Date of Death: 10/17/1914 Volume Number: 1475 Certificate Number: 54966

[HI33181] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardian and Indentures Vol 1 pg 593 Jun 27 1857 Milton Fith ian gdn of Charles M Pence Ca9 yrs; Ellen M Pence C7yr Children of Isaac a nd Elia Pence. Surity Icaac Johnson

Civil War veteran (? age); in Champaign County in 1920 with his sister Har riet,

[HI33182] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardian and Indentures Vol 1 pg 593 Jun 27 1857 MiltonFithi an gdn of Charles M Pence Ca9 yrs; Ellen M Pence C7yr Children of Isaac a nd Elia Pence. Surity Icaac Johnson

(HARRIET) ELLEN PENCE was born in 1851 in Champaign County, Ohio; diedin 1 936; unmarried; she was enumerated twice in 1910, once with her brothe rGe orge and once with her brother Charles; she and Charles were living withea ch other in 1920 in Champaign County.

[NI33188] Masonic Directory 1902 Harmony Lodge No 8 F & AM Organized in 1810 S B Grove, Secretary

[DI33188] Name: «tab»Shepard Brown Grove
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»08 Jun 1938
Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»16 Feb 1847
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Uniontown, Pennsylvania
Death Age: «tab»91 years 3 months 12 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»132 Lafayette Ave.
Occupation: «tab»Insurance Agent
Residence: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Burial Date: «tab»10 Jun 1938
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Oak Dale Cem.
Spouse's Name: «tab»Katherine West Grove
Father's Name: «tab»William Grove
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Pennsylvania
Mother's Name: «tab»Nancy Getty
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Pennsylvania
Film Number: «tab»2023610
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4121803
Image Number: «tab»58
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 33046

[HI33203] (Research):1880 Census Place Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Family History Library Film 1254998 NA Film Number T9-0998 Pa ge Number 431B Jane VANCE Self S Female W 60 OH Keeping Hou Phebe A. VANCE Other W Female W 41 NY Keeping House C AN CAN Joseph F. VANCE Son S Male W 14 OH Laborer OH NY George G. VANCE Son S Male W 8 OH OH NY Jennie C. VANCE Dau S Female W 5 OH OH NY

[DI33204] age 5y8m

[HI33205] (Research):10/1/1914 A telegram inform H D Pyle of the death of his DIL Mrs William P yle residing in Wray, CO. She was born Walborn. Brother to Edward Walbo rn and Abe Walborn. Moved to CO 28 years prior

[HI33206] (Research):Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Brooklyn Ward 29, Kings, New Yo rk; Roll: T624_983; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 1022; Image: 791. Rev. Hezekiah L Pyle 39 OH OH OH Nellie A Pyle 40

[DI33206] Name: «tab»Hezekiah L. Pyle
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»16 Jun 1942
Death Place: «tab»Westerville, Franklin, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»10 Feb 1871
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Rosewood, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»71 years 4 months 6 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»American
Street Address: «tab»52 N. State St.
Occupation: «tab»Retired Pastor
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»18 Jun 1942
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Otterbein
Spouse's Name: «tab»Nellie Adams Pyle
Father's Name: «tab»Hezekishe D. Pyle
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Zanesville, Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Margaret Spuce
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Springhill, Ohio
Film Number: «tab»2024005
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4057805
Image Number: «tab»3075
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 35552

[NI33209] Son of David Harbaugh and Miss Hazelton

[NI33211] William Nicholson (1802 - 1881)
Jane Morris Nicholson (1811 - 1899)

[XI33211] 63851 «tab»GROVE «tab»MARGARET «tab»N «tab»00/00/0000 «tab»«tab»00/00/0000 «tab»00/00/0000 «tab»H «tab»Lot 101 «tab»SubLot 0 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 4

[XI33212] William Henry Grove

ID «tab»36831
Interment # «tab»47640
Full Name:
Surname «tab»Grove
Given Name «tab»William Henry
Burial Location:
Section «tab»54
Lot «tab»1496
Tier «tab»
Burial Date «tab»11 Feb 1929
Death Date «tab»7 Feb 1929
Age ( years . months . days ) «tab»74
Birth Place «tab»Springfield, OH
Funeral Home «tab»Boyer

48143 «tab»Grove, Lillie Walker «tab» «tab»12/01/1929 «tab»54 «tab»1496 «tab»
28310 «tab»Grove, W. Howard «tab» «tab»10/16/1907 «tab»54 «tab»1476 «tab» «tab»
25811 «tab»Grove, Walter «tab» «tab»11/12/1904 «tab»54 «tab»1496 «tab» «tab»

[XI33214] 63853 «tab»GROVE «tab»EMMA «tab»«tab»00/00/0000 «tab»SPR «tab»10/24/1885 «tab»10/27/1885 «tab»H «tab»Lot 101 «tab»SubLot 0 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 8

[XI33215] 63854 «tab»GROVE «tab»ROBERT «tab»L. «tab»00/00/0000 «tab»SPR «tab»12/28/1883 «tab»12/30/1883 «tab»H «tab»Lot 101 «tab»SubLot 0 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 10

[HI33217] (Research):Graduates of Urbana High School 1884-1900 submitted by Pat Stickley in CCGS Newsletter June 1996 pg 31 Nellie W Grove-Zimmer Class of 1897

[HI33219] (Research):Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS- Biography Pg 130

[NI33223] of Kansas 1889

[NI33224] Name: «tab»James M. Allbright
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»23 Feb 1887
Event Place: «tab»Champaign, Ohio
Age: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Harriet J. Scott
Spouse's Titles & Terms:

James Milton Allbright
Birth: «tab»Sep. 25, 1856
Washington County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: «tab»Mar. 22, 1939
Urbana
Champaign County
Ohio, USA
*Cemetery Book Info
Son of Charles & Permelia Albright
Oak Dale Cemetery Sec 28 Lot 17

[XI33224] *Cemetery Book Info Daughter of John W & Elizabeth Scott from Candy GIlliam

[HI33225] (Research):Public Records of Champaign Co, Ohio, Court of Common Please record Book 22, pg 492-Filed 8 May, 1849 William Bates vs Shelly Daniels, et al On 1 Aug, 1831, Albel B English was appointed in the common Pleaes Cou rt of Clark Co, Ohio the guardian of William bates, then age 16 year s. On 25 of Aug, 1832 English sold to Phillip Bowers, 59.82 acres for $3 00 land which was to be used to support Bates. English then moved to Champ aign County and used the money to purchase from John Dagger 40 acres locat ed in the west half of the south east quarter of Section 11 Township4 Ran ge 12 (Concord Twp) for $200. The land was filed under the name of Engli sh and not Bates. William now wants to take possession of the land. The he irs of Abel English were, Mary English, widow; Mary Ann daniels, wife of S helly Daniels; Stacy Enghish, Margaret English, and minors, Peter Englis h, Job English; John English and Samuel E B English

[HI33226] (Research):History of Champagin Co, OH pg 494 "One incident that occured that served to stir up the community and crea te an alarm among the inhabitants was the murder of Arthur thomas and s on in August, 1813. It will be remembered that thomas and son had left the ir company to look after their horses, some five miles from Bellefontain e, and not returning were found the next day murdered by Indians and hu ng up by the heels with their intestines hanging around their neck. The se bodies were taken by a deputation of citizens the following day to Urba na and intered in the old graveyard. Mr Thomas lived in Salem Twp on the s aem spot now occupied by his granddaughter, Mrs Celinda bates...."

Record Book 38, Page 28 — Filed 27 May 1872 — Petition to Sell Land Alexander F. M cBeth, Administrator of the estate of William U. Bates vs Celinda Bates et al William Bates died seized of land in Section 32 Township 5 Range 12 (Sal em Township). Celinda related that this land was given to her by her fathe r, James Kenton. However, Celinda agreed to sell off 50 acres of the la nd from the south side of the north half to pay the debts of the estate. T he names of the minor children were: James T. Bates,W B . Bate s, S. J. C. Bates, Gustavus S. Bates and Lucy Bell Bates.

PG 472 JULIA A GOSLEE PROBATED 6 FEB 1899 CONCORD TWP [DIED 2 FEB 18993 Heirs-W H Kenton-bro-Brown Springs, Ks; James Goslee-nep­Alger, Hardin County; ch of Mary A Kenton [Elizabeth Hill-niece­Roundhead; Mary A Messick-nie ce-Alger; Malissa McAlexander­Belle Centerl; ch of A T Kenton (L M Kenton- nep-Algr; B Kenton-nep-Marseilles, Wyandotte Co;.Florence Ellis-niece­Alge r, Hardin Co; Deborah J Davidson-niece-St Louis, Mo]; ch of Ettie Warringt on decld [Alice Warrington-grniece-Alger; William B Warrington-grnep-Alge r: Florence Warrington-grniece -Alg;r); ch of Colinda Bates [S J C Bates-n ep-Urbana; Lucy B M ates-niece-Urbana; Gustavius F Bates-nep-Crayon. $10 00 to be used by executor to place monument at my grave and pay burial exp enses. Baptist Church of Kingston, Salem Twp $250 for upkeep of cemeter y; Mrs James Johnson of Concord Twp $200; Rev Jasper N Fields $400; Malis sa McAlexander $25. All household goods and furniture to Mr and Mrs W H S humate. Remainder of estate to bro W H Kenton and heirs of A T Kenton dec ld and sis Celinda Bates and heirs of sis Mary A Goslee decld equally. Joseph W Flaugher executor Witness:R H Robison W S Kirkpatrick codicil 27 Jul 1898 will signed [x] 30 Jun 1892

[HI33227] (Research):PG 472 JULIA A GOSLEE PROBATED 6 FEB 1899 CONCORD TWP [DIED 2 FEB 1899) Heirs-W H Kenton-bro-Brown Springs, Ks; James Goslee-nep-Alger, Hardin County; ch of Mary A Kenton [Elizabeth Hill-niece-Roundhead; Mary A Messick-nie ce-Alger; Malissa McAlexander-Belle Centerl; ch of A T Kenton (L M Kenton- nep-Alger; B Kenton-nep-Marseilles, Wyandotte Co;.Florence Ellis-niece-Alg er, Hardin Co; Deborah J Davidson-niece-St Louis, Mo]; ch of Ettie Warring ton decld [Alice Warrington-grniece-Alger; William B Warrington-grnep-Alge r: Florence Warrington-grniece -Alg;r); ch of Colinda Bates [S J C Bates-n ep-Urbana; Lucy B M ates-niece-Urbana; Gustavius F Bates-nep-Crayon. $10 00 to be used by executor to place monument at my grave and pay burial exp enses. Baptist Church of Kingston, Salem Twp $250 for upkeep of cemeter y; Mrs James Johnson of Concord Twp $200; Rev Jasper N Fields $400; Malis sa McAlexander $25. All household goods and furniture to Mr and Mrs W H S humate. Remainder of estate to bro W H Kenton and heirs of A T Kenton dec ld and sis Celinda Bates and heirs of sis Mary A Goslee decld equally. Joseph W Flaugher executor Witness:R H Robison W S Kirkpatrick

codicil 27 Jul 1898

will signed [x] 30 Jun 1892 To Malissa McAlexander I bureau, 1 square table 1 lounger, I chair; to Lu cy Bates 1 dresser, hanging lamp ana 1 wash stand; to Elizabeth Hill 1 be d, I table, 1 rocking chair and grmothers picture; to Mary a Messick 1 be d, 1 table, rocking chair; to James Goslee 1 bed, the bible and Mr Goslee 's picture; Alice Kizer the sewing machine. Witness:Mary Bensing Lizzie Pitts

[HI33229] (Research):CCGS Newsletter Spring 1992 Poll Book St Paris Precinct Johnson Twp 11/2/1 880 William Prince

PRINCE WILLIAM H County Name: SHELBY Date of Death: 12/25/1933 Volume Number: 7387 Certificate Number: 71810

[HI33230] (Research):Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Jackson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore June 2006. Sec 35 Twp 3 Rang 11 NW1/4 1/22/1898 William A Wolcott to John F Colvin, 82 acres Bk80 Pg544 10/20/1924 John F Colvin to Philip Offenbacker, 82 acres north side. Bok 1 08 Pg 134


Philip Offenbacker
Age: 42 State: OH 1910
Color: W Enumeration District: 0008
Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0217
County: Champaign
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place Wife Ora E 41 Ohio Son Wilber S 13 Ohio Son Leo F 10 Ohio Daughter Bulah M 07 Ohio Daughter Coila M 04 Ohio

[HI33231] (Research):Name: Gustin O Ballentine Gender: Male Date of Death: 21 July 1979 Birth Date: 16 October 1890 Volume: 23740 Certificate: 053652 Autopsy: 9 Social Security Number: 301097818 Marital Status: Married Hispanic Origin: Not Classifiable Place of Death: New Carlisle, Clark County Certifier: Physician Race: White Birth Place: Ohio Residence: , Clark County Age: 88 Years

[XI33231] 31991 «tab»BALLENTINE «tab»GUSTIN «tab»O. «tab»00/00/0000 CLARK CO., OH. «tab»07/21/1979 07/24/1979 U «tab»Lot 481 «tab»Sublot 0 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 3

[NI33234] Groom's Name «tab»Earnest Clay Brelsford
Groom's Birth Date «tab»1894
Groom's Birthplace «tab»Miami Co, Ohio
Groom's Age «tab»22
Bride's Name «tab»Edith Cruea
Bride's Birth Date «tab»1900
Bride's Birthplace «tab»Pleasant Hill, Ohio
Bride's Age «tab»16
Marriage Date «tab»10 Oct 1916
Marriage Place «tab»Miami County, Ohio
Groom's Father's Name «tab»H.A. Brelsford
Groom's Mother's Name «tab»Laura Viola Reby
Bride's Father's Name «tab»L.L. Cruea
Bride's Mother's Name «tab»Catherine L. Clements
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

[DI33252] Name: Samuel James Chance Bates
Death date: 15 Jan 1943
Death place: Salem, Champaign, Ohio
Birth date: 13 Sep 1863
Estimated birth year:
Birth place: Salem Twp., Champaign Co., O.
Age at death: 79 years 4 months 2 days
Gender: Male
Marital status: Single
Race or color: Caucasian
Street address: R.D. no. 3
Occupation: Farmer
Residence: Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Burial date: 17 Jan 1943
Burial place:
Cemetery name: Kingscreek
Spouse name:
Father name: William W. Bates
Father titles:
Father birth place: Pennsylvania
Mother name: Selinda Kenton
Mother titles:
Mother birth place: Champaign County, Ohio
GSU film number: 2024043
Digital GS number: 4057822
Image number: 536
Reference number: fn 512
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI33253] (Research):Name : Gustavius S. F. Bates Titles : Death date : 29 May 1951 Death place : Harrison Twp, Champaign, Ohio, United States Birth date : 13 Oct 1864 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Salem Township Champaing Co. Ohio Age at death : 86 years Gender : Male Marital status : Race or color : Caucasian Street address : Occupation : Residence : Burial date : Burial place : Cemetery name : Spouse name : Father name : William Bates Father titles : Father birth place : Mother name : Celinda Kenton - Bates Mother titles : Mother birth place : GSU film number : 2372802 Digital GS number : 4109378 Image number : 00555 Certificate number : 28498 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI33254] (Research):Name : Lucy Belle Mayse Bates Death date : 01 Aug 1941 Death place : Salem Twp., Champaign, Ohio Birth date : 09 Sep 1867 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Salem Township, Champaign County, O. Age at death : 73 years 10 months 22 days Gender : Female Marital status : Single Race or color : Caucasian Street address : R.D. #3 Occupation : At Home Residence : Urbana Burial date : 03 Aug 1941 Burial place : Cemetery name : Kingscreek Cem. Spouse name : Father name : William W. Bates Father titles : Father birth place : Pennsylvania Mother name : Selinda Kenton Mother titles : Mother birth place : Champaign County, Ohio GSU film number : 2023921 Digital GS number : 4046417 Image number : 469 Certificate number : fn 47116 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI33255] (Research):This Pence family unrelated to other Pence families in Champaign Co, OH

[HI33269] (Research):Champaign Co Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 408 27 Sept 1851 Mart ha C Runyan gdn of John B Runyan 19yr; Lydia M Runyan 17yr (June 1851) Ric hard Runyan 15yr ( Jan 1852); Sarah C Runyan 12yr; Melissa Jane Runyan 9y r; james H Runyan 7yr; Hugh P Runyan 4yr minor heirs of Elias Runyan dec' d. Surities James Owen, John H Runyan.

[DI33269] Name: «tab»Richard Runyon
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»02 Dec 1916
Death Place: «tab»West Mansfield, Logan, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»21 Jan 1836
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Death Age: «tab»80 years 10 months 11 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»04 Dec 1916
Burial Place: «tab»Degraff
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Elias Runyon
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»O.
Mother's Name: «tab»Martha Crockett Harrison
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ky.
Film Number: «tab»1983841
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4021403
Image Number: «tab»1741
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 75783

[HI33270] (Research):Champaign Co Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 408 27 Sept 1851 Mart ha C Runyan gdn of John B Runyan 19yr; Lydia M Runyan 17yr (June 1851) Ric hard Runyan 15yr ( Jan 1852); Sarah C Runyan 12yr; Melissa Jane Runyan 9y r; james H Runyan 7yr; Hugh P Runyan 4yr minor heirs of Elias Runyan dec' d. Surities James Owen, John H Runyan.

[HI33271] (Research):Champaign Co Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 408 27 Sept 1851 Mart ha C Runyan gdn of John B Runyan 19yr; Lydia M Runyan 17yr (June 1851) Ric hard Runyan 15yr ( Jan 1852); Sarah C Runyan 12yr; Melissa Jane Runyan 9y r; james H Runyan 7yr; Hugh P Runyan 4yr minor heirs of Elias Runyan dec' d. Surities James Owen, John H Runyan.

[HI33272] (Research):Champaign Co Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 408 27 Sept 1851 Mart ha C Runyan gdn of John B Runyan 19yr; Lydia M Runyan 17yr (June 1851) Ric hard Runyan 15yr ( Jan 1852); Sarah C Runyan 12yr; Melissa Jane Runyan 9y r; james H Runyan 7yr; Hugh P Runyan 4yr minor heirs of Elias Runyan dec' d. Surities James Owen, John H Runyan.

[HI33273] (Research):Champaign Co Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 408 27 Sept 1851 Mart ha C Runyan gdn of John B Runyan 19yr; Lydia M Runyan 17yr (June 1851) Ric hard Runyan 15yr ( Jan 1852); Sarah C Runyan 12yr; Melissa Jane Runyan 9y r; james H Runyan 7yr; Hugh P Runyan 4yr minor heirs of Elias Runyan dec' d. Surities James Owen, John H Runyan.

[DI33275] Name: «tab»John H. Mcintyre
Gender: «tab»Male
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»16 Mar 1904
Death Place: «tab»Springfield, Clark Co., Ohio
Age: «tab»69
Birth Date: «tab»1835
Birthplace: «tab»Champaign Co., O.
Occupation: «tab»Real Estate Agt.
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 527

[HI33278] (Research):Name: David M Humes , Enlistment Date: 15 October 1861 Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE Side Served: Union State Served: Ohio Unit Numbers: 1903 1903 Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 15 October 1861 at the a ge of 26 Enlisted in Company A, 66th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 15 October 1861. Died Company A, 66th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 24 October 1862 in Fort Del aware, DE

[DI33278] Newspaper Abstract
October 30, 1862
D Merrill Humes, son of Samuel of Union Twp, member of 66th OVI, died Fort Delaware of typhoid fever on 27th inst, aged 25 years, buried Oak Dale Cemetery

[HI33281] (Research):1850 Census in Urbana, Sarah and her family leved next door to where Jerem iah Deuel was boarding.

1880 Census Place Urbana, Champaign, Ohio Family History Library Fi lm 1254998
NA Film Number T9-0998 Page Number 429A Jeremiah DEUEL Self M Male W 55 NY Lawyer NY NY Sarah DEUEL Other M Female W 47 OH Keeping Hou se OH KY Minnie DEUEL Other S Female W 23 OH Teacher NY OH Agnes DEUEL Other S Female W 14 OH Attending Scho ol NY OH Wallace DEUEL Other S Male W 12 OH Attending Scho ol NY OH Mc Arthur DEUEL Other S Male W 4 OH NY OH Harriet ARNOLD Other S Female W 24 OH Servant PA PA

[HI33282] (Research):PG 511HENRY D MCDONALD PROBATED 14 OCT 1901 URBANA CITY [DIED 9 OCT 1901] Heirs-Elsie McDonald—widow; Leah R McDonald-dau-Urbana; Henry R McDonald—s on—Urbana; Mary R Brown-dau—Roxbury, Ma; Leah E Glessner-grdau 11 yr—Urban a; Maxfield Glessner-grson 17 yr­Cleveland; Lora Glessner-grdau Calumen t, Ma. To daus Leah R McDonald, Sarah R McDonald and Mary R Brown U S Bond s; to trusted friend John H P Stone U S Bonds in trust for son Henry R McD onald as long as he may live and real estate in trust. If son Henry P McDo nald should marry then income and proceeds may be applied by trustee to su pport and the comfort of sons’s wife and family. Wife Elsie McDonald U S B onds. Wife Elsie McDonald and dau Leah R McDonald to have use and occupan cy of my homestead on N Main St, Urbana. Dau Leah P McDonald executrix Witness:Nary N MacCracken, Henry F NacCracken George W MacCracken will signed 7 Aug 1900

1st Codicil 14 Aug 1901 I revoke bequest to dau Mary P Brown of U S Bonds and give to wife Elsie M cDonald equally with dau the bonds. I revoke John H P Stone as trust ee of son Henry McDonald involving the real estate.

[NI33283] Name: «tab»Pearl Hardman
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»06 May 1890
Event Place: «tab»Champaign, Ohio
Age: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Luzetta Mcdonald
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Spouse's Father: «tab»
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»Pg 413 Vol J
Film Number: «tab»530188
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4016809
Image Number: «tab»244

[HI33283] (Research):PC 324LUZETTA FAIRCHILDPROBATED 17 JUN 1939 RUSH TWP[DIED 9 JUN 19093 Heirs\emdash On Fairchild\emdash husband-Woodstock; Addis Lacey\emdash nep\emdash Lebanon, Or; Mrs F red Henry\emdash niece\emdash Indianolia, Ia; Mary H Martin\emdash niece\emdash Woodstock; Julian
Howard\emdash nep\emdash Dallas, Wy; Anson Howard-nep-Milfora Center; George P Howard-nep- St Johns, Wa;I Gail Howard\emdash nep-colorado Springs, Co; Adolph C McDonald-nep -Portland, Or; Philomel Thompson-niece-st Joseph, Mo; Laura C Hacket\emdash niece -Eljui, Or; Luzetta Hardman-niece-Corvallis, Or; Lulu Lockwood-niece-Portl and, Or; Belle McDonald Lacey-niece\emdash Portland, Or. Husband Ora Fairchild $soO and home place of 51 acres in Rush Twp his natu ral life; all personal property except hhd good I give to following perso ns share and share alike\emdash Addis Lacey, May Lacey, Mary H Martin, Julian Howard, Anson Howard, George Pearl Howard, I Gail Howard, Adolph C McDonal d, Philomel Thompson, Laura C Hackett, Luzetta Hardman, Lula McDonald, Bel le McDonald-each 2. share; at death of husband property sold and proce ds divided as in above item; advances to Julian Howard, I Gail Howard and Anson Howard to be paid. Ora Fairchild & I Gail Howard executors Witness:R C Moulton [now dec'dJ C B Whileywill signed 28 Aug 1899

[DI33283] PC 324LUZETTA FAIRCHILDPROBATED 17 JUN 1939 RUSH TWP[DIED 9 JUN 19093 Heirs-On Fairchild-husband-vqoodstock; Addis Lacey-nep- Lebanon, Or; Mrs F red Henry-niece-Indianolia, Ia; Mary H Martin-niece-Woodstock; Julian Howa rd-nep-Dallas, Wy; Anson Howard-nep-Milfora Center; George P Howard-nep- St Johns, Wa;I Gail Howard-nep-colorado Springs, Co; Adolph C McDonald-nep -Portland, Or; Philomel Thompson-niece-st Joseph, Mo; Laura C Hacket-niece -Eljui, Or; Luzetta Hardman-niece-Corvallis, Or; Lulu Lockwood-niece-Portl and, Or; Belle McDonald Lacey-niece-Portland, Or. Husband Ora Fairchild $soO and home place of 51 acres in Rush Twp his natu ral life; all personal property except hhd good I give to following perso ns share and share alike-Addis Lacey, May Lacey, Mary H Martin, Julian How ard, Anson Howard, George Pearl Howard, I Gail Howard, Adolph C McDonal d, Philomel Thompson, Laura C Hackett, Luzetta Hardman, Lula McDonald, Bel le McDonald-each 2. share; at death of husband property sold and procee ds divided as in above item; advances to Julian Howard, I Gail Howard and Anson Howard to be paid. Ora Fairchild & I Gail Howard executors Witness:R C Moulton [now dec'dJ C B Whileywill signed 28 Aug 1899

[HI33285] (Research):Orra FAIRCHILD Self M Male W 45 OH Farmer VT VT Luzetta FAIRCHILD Wife M Female W 45 OH Keeping Hou se OH NY Phila MCDONALD MotherL W Female W 87 NY NY NY Nellie LINCHAN Other S Female W 18 OH Servant IRE I 1880 Source Information: Census Place Woodstock, Champaign, Ohio
Family History Library Film 1254998 NA Film Number T9-0998 Pa ge Number 342C

Champaign Co OH-Urbana Citizen & Gazette Abstracts 1871-1884-by CCGS, P at Stickley, pg201.9/28/1882 Pheba McDonald celebrated Sat last her 90th b irthday; Son J A McDonald and wife of Ft Sctoo KS and dau Lucy and husba nd arrived from Europe to help her celebrate.

[HI33286] (Research):History of Rush Twp, Champaign Co, Ohio Beers 1881 Some years later the following-named persons, principally form the New En gland States, arrived and settled in the vicinity of Woodstock: Thomas Edw in, Reuben, Henry and Jacob Fairchild, Erastus Burnham, Anson Howard, Pea rl Howard, Sylvanus Smith, John McDonald, Stephen Cranston and Ephraim Cra nston. In 1815, came John Cranston and his son, John B. Cranston

[HI33287] (Research):Shelby Co, Will Book 2 pg 179 dated 8/19/1873 probated 10/27/1874 (A-2209) Mentions wife and children, none named. Wife to be Exec. Wit: H M Ailes. /s/ Jessee G Pence

Shelby County Will Abstracts Bk2 1869-1881, Published 1999 by SCGS. pg70 Jonas Harshberger 11/7/1871  11/28/1871 (A-2005)Names heirs: Isaac Ha rshberger, Barbary Staley, Rebecca Ann Trap and Jacob Harshberger, childr en of Jacob. Wife mentioned but not named. Exec Oliver C Staley. Wit: Robe rt Simpson, Jesse G PENCE Signed Jonas Harshberger

[HI33289] (Research):he was a noted scientist; he and his wife were living in Muskingum Count y, Ohio, in 1910 and 1920 and he registered for the World War I draft at Z anesville, Muskingum County

[NI33297] Matilda Sarver was born on December 14, 1814, in Ohio. She is the daughter of Jacob Sarver (March 16, 1779 - May 20, 1844) and Nancy A. Robinson (November 15, 1776 - January, 1872). She married Joseph Hoffman on June 9, 1836, in Champaign County, Ohio. Their children (as of 1860 census) were: William R., Mary Ellen, Elizabeth Jane, Nancy Ann, Martha Matilda, Francis E. and James E

[HI33298] (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 1/21/1850 Simeon Rinaker to Allen Pence, 43.2 acres on west side of E 1 /2 BkV Pg249 2/23/1852 Allen Pence to Jos White, 43.2 acres Bk W Pg575

Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 24 Township 3 Ran ge 11 NW 1/4 NW 1/4 Section 1/21/1850 Simeon Rinaker to Allen Pence, 43.2 acres on we st side of E 1/2 BkV Pg249 NW 1/4 Section 2/23/1852 Allen Pence to Joseph White, 43.2 acres on west s ide of E 1/2 BkW Pg575

Chancery record book 28 pg 293 Filed June 8 1859 Petition to Partition Allen Pence vs Elizabeth Sills, Jemima Sills and John Williams Guardian In 1858 David Sills died holding the east half of the SW 1/4 of Sec 29 T wp 3 Range 11 (Jackson) and 27 acres off the north end of the west ha lf of the SW 1/4 of Sec 29 twp 3 range 11. David Sills left no widow, b ut the following heirs; Sarah Sills wife of Colvin Carney; Phoebe Sills, w ife of Erastus johnson; and minors , Elizabeth Sills and Jemima Sills

[HI33299] (Research):There is a Sarah Pence in the 1870 Census, but it says age 62. She is livi ng alone.

MRS SARAH PENCE, wife of ALLEN PENCE and living one mile south of St Pari s, died Monday, July 13111. Her age was 66yrs, 4mo and 28 days. She was t he eldest daughter of WILLIAM and RACHEL RIKER and born in Hamilton Co, F eb 15, 1819, her parents moved to Ch Co, in 1830, three miles northwest of St Paris. She was md to ALLEN PENCE, on Oct 13, 1842. The funeral sermon w as Thursday, July 16, 1885 and was preached by Rev P M WeddeIl, of Piqu a, at her late res. She leaves a husband, three sons and five daughters. B urial was in Springgrove Cemetery.Champaign Co, Genealogical Society, Cham paign Co OH Newspaper Abstracts, Book II- 1878-1900, (September 6, 18 78 to 1900), Pg 32. pg 32

Myrtle Tree Church Records (Organized 4/24/1830) Covers period 4/24/1830- 2/23/1850 CCGS Newsletter Spring 1998 pg24 Received 11/7/1841 Sarah Riker Pence, diss by letter 7/25/1874

[HI33300] (Research):Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson T wp by Pat Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Sec 6 Twp 3 Range 11 NE 1/4 Isaac Pence to Emanuel Pence, 9 acres part of NE 1/4, N 1/2 of SW 1 /4 and 31 acres part of SE 1/4 Jun 22 1850 Bk V pg 385 SE 1/4 June 22 1850 Isaac Pence to Emanuel Pence, 31 ac of SE 1/4 and N 1 /2 of SW 1/4 Bk V Pg 385 SW 1/4 June 22 1850 Isaac Pence to Emanuel Pence, N 1/2 and 31 acr es of SE 1/4 and 9 acres of NE 1/4 BkV Pg385 SW 1/4 Dec 7 1852 Emanuel Pence to Jacob Pence Jr, S 1/2 of N 1 /2 Bk X Pg 313 SW 1/4 Dec 7 1852 Emanuel Pence to Andrew Pence, N 1/2 of N 1/2 Bk X Pg31 4 NE 1/4 Emanuel Pence to Isaac Pence Sr, 9 acres of N 1/4 of NE 1/4 a nd 31 acres part of SE 1/4 Feb 14 1860 Bk 31 pg469 SE 1/4 Feb 14 1860 Emanuel Pence to Isaac Pence Sr, 31 ac of SE 1/4 a nd 9 ac of NE 1/4 Bk31 Pg 469 SE 1/4 Feb 14 1860 Emanuel Pence to Isaac Pence Sr, 9 ac of N 1/2 of NE 1 /4 &31 ac of SE 1/4 Bk31Pg469

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# 91, & 92 09 Oct 1852 Emanuel & Hannah Pence to Jacob C Batdorf, in Sn app addition Bk X Pg445

[HI33303] (Research):1880 Census Place Wayne, Champaign, Ohio Family History Library Film 1 254998
NA Film Number T9-0998 Page Number 469C Elija TEACH Self M Male W 33 PA Farm Labor Anna J. TEACH Wife M Female W 35 OH Keeping Hou se VA VA Harriet Ann CLARK SDau S Female W 11 OH PA OH John Wesly TEACH Son S Male W 2 OH PA OH

Champaign Co, Genealogical Society, by Pat Stickley and Denise Kay Moore, Champaign Co Ohio-Newspaper Abstracts 1884-1888, (Urbana Daily Citizen 1/1884-12/1888). pg 188 5/26/1888 Mrs Hattie Hannigan filed for divor ce from Oscar Hannigan, cruelty

Champaign Co, Genealogical Society, by Pat Stickley and Denise Kay Moore, Champaign Co Ohio-Newspaper Abstracts 1884-1888, (Urbana Daily Citizen 1/1884-12/1888). pg 218 Dec 17 1888 Divorce granted Hattie and Oscar Ha nnigan this morning, child to mother

Champaign Co - Domestic Relation Records 1808-1939 Vol Including Divorce, Bastardy, Adultry, Breach of Contract, some Adoption, by Pat Stickley, CCGS, (Minute Book Records, Supreme Court Records, Urbana Newspaper, St Paris Newspaper).pg81 1/17/1889 Minute Bk 44 Pg 294 Hattie Hannigan vs Oscar Hannigan for divor ce on extreme cruelty. Divorce granted; custody of children to the mothe r. In Apr 1889, page 389 custody of children to the father; Hattie now dec eased. By Champaign Co Genealogical Society, Champaign Co OH- Newpaper Abstracts- St Paris-1877-1911, (June 2000), pg102. 1/17/1889 James Pence of Johns on Twp md Annie Clark of this city. She was granted a divorce from her hus band Oscar Hannigan, only a few hours before, they restored her maiden nam e.

By Champaign Co Genealogical Society, Champaign Co, OH-St Paris Newpaper A bstracts-1877-1911, (June 2000).Pg1074/4/1889 Mrs James PENCE died of hasty consumption Sat. She formerly lived in Urban a, OH, and was Mrs PENCE only ten weeks. Funeral was at the M E Church Mon day. Rev Leatherman officiating. Interment in Springgrove Cem.


(Not found in Spring Grove Cemetery book y Denise Moore) Since son Edward was born 1891, I suspect they were married for 10 mont hs and not ten weeks. James remarried in 1895 to May (lnu)

[HI33306] (Research):Bio in Beers pg 790-791

PG 107 GEORGE GOSLEEPROBATED 1 JUN 1886 CONCORD TWP [DIED 24 MAY 1886] Heirs—Julia Ann Goslee—widow; John Goslee—bro—West Newton, Oh; James Goslee—bro-North Star, Oh; Job Goslee—bro-Skidmore, Mo; Nathan Goslee-bro—ClearlflOflt, Mo; Mary Wilson-sisClearmont, Mo; Marg aret McDermott-siS-Clearmont, Mo; Mary Bickham—niece-HUfltSV111e, Oh; Jane Crocket—niece— Bellefontaine; Three ot her nieces [heirs of Maria Ralston— res unk]. Wife the farm in Concord T wp 106 acres; Melissa Alexander $1500 to be paid in the notes I hold on Jeremiah Alexander, her husband; not over $330 to be spent on monument. Alexander McBeth executor Witness:F F Stone, Wm H Shumate Samuel Chancewill signed 25 Jan 1881

[HI33312] (Research):1886 North Star OH

[HI33313] (Research):1886 Clearmont, MO

[HI33314] (Research):1866 Skidmore, MO

[HI33317] (Research):1885 Clearmont, MO

[HI33318] (Research):1885 Clearmont MO

[HI33319] (Research):JOHN GOSLEE, farmer, P. O. Round Head, was born in Pickaway County, Ohi o, January 11, 1818. His father, Joab Goslee, a native of Delaware, ca me to Ohio just previous to the war of 1812, in which war he was a soldi er four or five months before its close. In 1820, he bought 160 acres of l and in the north part of Champaign County, Ohio, where he lived until h is death, in the fall of 1869. He was married in Pickaway County to Elizab eth Messick, a native of Delaware. They had ten children, seven still livi ng. Mrs. Goslee died previous to the civil war. The subject of this sket ch lived in Champaign County until twenty-five years of age, receiving a f air education. He was married February 20, 1842, to Mary Ann Kenton, bo rn in Champaign County, and a descendant of Simon Kenton, the great hunt er and warrior. On April 13, 1842, Mr. Goslee and family came to Hardin Co unty and purchased sixty acres of land in Round Head Township, which fa rm was soon after increased by a gift of 100 acre, from Mrs. Goslee's fath er. Mr. Goslee built a rude log house and the family moved into it on M ay 3, 1842. The farm was timbered land, an Mr. Goslee hired it to be clear ed at the rate of 37 1/2 cents per day and per $3 per 1,000 for mauling ra ils. At one time, he was the owner of 700 to 800 acres, of which he sold a nd gave away a good portion, and now owns about 550 acres located on Secti ons 3 and 4, all secured by his own industry. He has had six children by h is first wife, four living, viz., James, farmer ; Marion Township; Elizabe th, wife of James R. Hill of Round Head Township; Mary, wife of Spencer Me ssick, farmer of Marion Township and Melissa, wife of Jerry M. Alexande r, farmer of McDonald Township; Mrs Goslee died October 1, 1851, and Mr. G oslee again married September 9, 1852. Diana Prouse a native of Marylan d. They had six children, two, living Chancey W. and .Margaret I. Mrs. Gos lee died November 7, 1876, and Mr. Goslee was married the third time, M ay 28, 1878, to Henrietta Prouse. sister to his former wife. Mrs. Gosl ee is a member of the Pleasant Hill Church, and Mr. Goslee's two previo us wives were also members of this church during their lifetime. Mr. Gosl ee was formerly a Democrat in politics, but has lately become a Prohibitio nist. He has served several terms as Director of School District No. 3.

Beers History of Hardin Co, OH

[MI33322] (Medical):Acyte Nephritis-1 yr; Diabetes Mellitus-4 yrs.

[HI33323] (Research):1860 Shelby County Salem Township page 293 Consolver Abraham 29 m OH Day Laborer
Elizabeth M 28 f OH
Samuel M 7 m OH
Mary L 4 f OH
Caroline 2 f OH


Salem Township, Shelby County, Ohio, 27 September 1850, Page 315B 157/157 Nancy A. Consolver, 58, Virginia Jacob Consolver, 37, Farmer, Ohio Abram Consolver, 21, Farmer, Ohio Nancy Homer, 40, Ohio Rebecca Homer, 7, Ohio Melinda Homer, 2, Ohio

1870 Shelby Co, OH pg 536 Abraham Consolver age 55 ( this should be 45), Elizabeth 39 Samuel 15 Mary 14 Caroline 10 Alice 6 Laura 2

[HI33324] (Research):Salem Township, Shelby County, Ohio, 27 September 1850, Page 315B 157/157 Nancy A. Consolver, 58, Virginia Jacob Consolver, 37, Farmer, Ohio Abram Consolver, 21, Farmer, Ohio Nancy Homer, 40, Ohio Rebecca Homer, 7, Ohio Melinda Homer, 2, Ohio

[HI33325] (Research):Salem Township, Shelby County, Ohio, 26 September 1850, Page 315A 151/151 Isaac Consolver 30, Farmer, Ohio Jane, 28, Ohio William, 7, Ohio Sarah E., 6, Ohio Jacob A., 3, Ohio Rachael M., 7/12, Ohio

1860 Shelby Co., OH Jackson Twp. 403-808 Isaac CONSOLVER m 44 OH Jane f 36 " William m 17 " Jacob A. m 14 " Julia A. f 12 " Rachel f 10 " Mary f 8 " Nancy A. f 6 " David H. m 3 "

1870 Shelby Co, OH -pg611 Isaac CONSOLVER 51 Jane 47 Julia 22 Mary 18 Nancy 16 David H 13

[HI33326] (Research):Parentage not proven Fits with ages of sons in household, and location 1820 child under age 10

Jacobs birth and death dates from: Pamela Renee Roy 13202 South 33rd Stre et Bellevue, NE 68123 (402)292-8463

Interred Graceland Cemetery, January, 1911 removed from Presbyterian L ot 97-3

1860 Shelby County Salem Township page 293 Consolver Jacob 40 m OH Farmer
Dianna 33 f OH
Elizabeth 8 f OH (Corson)
Abraham 6 m OH (Corson)
James 4 m OH (Corson)

1870 Shelby Co, OH Census pg 536 CONSOLVER, Jacob 55 Diana 42 Abraham 17 ( this is Diana's son Abraham Corson) Elizabeth 18 ( Diana's daughter ) James 15 Charles 11 Ida 7 William 5

Jacob seems to have been buried with Diana in the Java East Cemetery, Walw orth Co, South Dakota. Source:http://pixel.cs.vt.edu/library/cemeteries/s odak/link/walwthsd.txt He was moved to Graceland in Shelby County, OH Jan 1911.

[HI33327] (Research):To: jrabun@ix.netcom.com From: gaulding@cjnetworks.com (William Gaulding) Subject: Consolver Joanne: Thanks for updating me on your Nancy. I have searched my records a nd can find no other Nancy in my wife's John and Nancy Ann (BLAIR) CONSOLV ER line that would fit your Nancy's age and marriage in 1832. I am inclin ed to feel that she came from the Jacob CONSOLVER and Rachel ARCHER famil y. He was son of Jonathan (John), and nephew of Martin Jordon CONSOLVER, t he father of our John. Jacob and Rachel mar in Montgomery Co., OH 5 Sep 18 11 but they lived in Miami Co. OH in 1820 093 LC Twp (m 000104 - f 001001) and in 1830 025 Bro Twp (m 1000001 - f 11 2001). Depending on the age of Nancy when married in 1832, these census re cords could place her in about the right age. Bear in mind that Nancy's se cond daughter was named Rachel even though it seems to have been the pract ice in those days to name the first dau after the mother and as Nancy's fi rst dau was named Rebecca, this could throw water on this theory but bea rs looking into. Remember that the area where both Nancy and John were mar ried is in the Miami and Auglaize Co. area as is Montgomery Co. Jonathan ( John), Martin Jordan, James and Micajah were all sons of Charles and Ma ry CONSOLVER of Albemarle Co., VA. Charles reportedly born in 1732 in Wal es and killed in Battle of Cowpens 1781 Rev War. Jonathan also in Rev W ar and injured, finally settled in Washington Co., VA. Micajah disappear ed and no record here. Martin Jordan moved to Culpepper Co., VA and probab ly died there but no record of his death or place. James remained in Albem arle Co., VA and for some reason, they changed their names to KINSOLVER/KI NGSOLVER. However, when in Albemarle Co. several years ago reseaching, I f ound the records to show CONSOLVER. Really did not have a lot of time to research there as we were on our w ay to east coast. William Gaulding 1900 SW 30th Street Topeka KS 66611-1917 AC 913-266-3312 Internet E-mail

[XI33329] Inscription:
Therefore be ye also ready, for in such an hour as ye think not the son of man cometh. Matt 24:44
Note: Shares headstone with Hiram E. Horner

[HI33332] (Research):William Consolver
Service Record:
Enlisted as a Private on 19 August 1862 at the age of 18 Enlisted in Company I, 118th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 15 September 1862 Discharged on 19 July 1863
Sources: Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio. (OHRost er) Published in 1886


118th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry Mustered in 9-15-1862 at Cincinnati, Oh by C O Howard, Captain 18th Infant ry USA Mustered out June 24, 1865 at Salisbury, NC by B F Briscoe, Capta in and A.C.M.2nd Div, 23rd Army Corps. William Consolver, Private, age 18, entered service 8-19/1862, Served 3 ye ars, discharged 7-19-1863 by order of War Department

1880Census Place:Chillicothe, Ross, Ohio Source:FHL Film 1255062 National Archives Film T9-1062 Page 2 Lucy MC LARONSelfFSW42OH Occ:DressmakerFa: NYMo: VA William CONSOLIVEROtherMSW36OH Occ:CarpenterFa: VAMo: VA Maggie SHIELDSOtherFSW34OH Occ:DressmakerFa: OHMo: OH Mattie MC COLISTEROtherFMW32OH Occ:MilenryFa: VAMo: VA Mary A. SHIELDSOtherFSW15OH Occ:At SchoolFa: OHMo: O

[DI33334] Name: «tab»Julia Ann Mygrant
Death Date: «tab»11 Jan 1934
Death Place: «tab»Casstown, Miami, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»15 Oct 1848
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Birthplace: «tab»Shelby County, Oh
Death Age: «tab»85 years 3 months 26 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
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Burial Date: «tab»14 Jan 1934
Burial Place: «tab»Park Jefferson, Oh
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»Isiac Mygrant
Father's Name: «tab»Isaac Consoliser
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Shelby County, Oh
Mother's Name: «tab»Rachel Hall
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Selby County, Oh
Film Number: «tab»1992987
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4020582
Image Number: «tab»2053
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 4875

[HI33337] (Research):William LaForge History -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ William LaForge

William LaForge was born on July 25, 1811 in Franklin County, Indian a. He was the seventh child of John Lefforge and Mary Smith. Of John's par ents nothing is known at this time. Mary was named as an heir in the wi ll of Barefoot Smith in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Barefoot stated h is relationship to each of his heirs except Mary, so we don't know just h ow she was related. John changed the spelling of his last name from LaFor ge to Lefforge after he moved his family to Indiana from New Jersey. Willi am used the original spelling of LaForge, for the most part, his entire ad ult life.

William married Eliza Brewer Wythe, daughter of Joshua Wythe Jr. and Hann ah Pond, in Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana on September 30, 1830. Th ey had two children: Alexander who married Emily Jennings and Emily who ma rried Edward Jones. Eliza died on September 14, 1834.

William and Eliza sold property in Franklin County in 1833. It is thoug ht that they moved to Vigo County, Indiana between 1833 and 1835 as th at is where William was issued a land patent on October 1, 1835. It must be noted that many times those receiving land patents never liv ed on the land.

After the death of Eliza, in either Vigo County or Franklin County, Willi am married Jane Tinbrook on February 3, 1839 in Franklin County. Of Jane 's family nothing is known. They had three children: Jacob, Jane and Mar y. Jane and Mary were twins. Jane married William Thorp and Mary married A lexander Chaney.

By the time the 1840 census was taken William had moved the family to Mac on County, Illinois. He stayed only a short time for by 1841 he had mov ed on to Piatt County (Illinois). Jane and Mary were born after the mo ve to Piatt County. Jane Tinbrook LaForge died, in Piatt County, between 1 844 and 1846. As of this time her grave has not been found.

When Jane died William was a widower for the second time and was left wi th five children. On October 13, 1846, in Piatt County, he married Eliza M orrow, daughter of James Morrow and Phebe Beedle. Eliza was fifteen or six teen years younger than William. They had three daughters: Ann, Sarah M. a nd Serilda Adaline. By the time the 1850 census was taken Eliza had giv en him two daughters: Ann and Sarah.

In October of 1852 William, along with other Piatt County families, left M onticello, Illinois on a wagon train heading for Burnet County, Texas. T wo members of the wagon train were the Matsler brothers, George and Davi d, with their families. David Matsler's first wife was Sarah Jane Morrow t he sister of Eliza Morrow LaForge.

William was in Burnet County, Texas by December 1852 as Eliza sent a messa ge to her Aunt Eliza Beedle Collins, who was still in Piatt. In a letter w ritten by Rebecca Matsler, wife of George Matsler, Eliza said that a ll of her children were ill and so was she. Eliza asked that her Aunt Eli za Collins write to her. It is my belief that Ann, Sarah and Jacob di ed in Burnet County. No trace of the three has been found after the 1850 c ensus.

William bought his first parcel of land in Burnet County on February 23, 1 853 from Benjamin and Sarah Stewart. This is the first official reco rd of William in Texas.

In April 1854 William and Eliza's daughter Serilda was born. She was the o nly one of William's children born in Texas. Serilda married Evan Philand er Hall.

William was a charter member of Valley Lodge No. 175 - A. F. & A. M. Willi am was present when the lodge was granted their charter and set to lab or in 1855. He held the office of Senior Warden.

By March of 1856 Eliza may have been ill. She wrote her will on March 4, 1 856. Her will was presented for probate on February 23, 1857. In her wi ll she stated that her father was James Morrow of Montgomery County, India na. Her tombstone has not been found in any of the Burnet County cemeterie s.

After the death of Eliza, William and James Rountree donated land for t he first school in Oatmeal. They deeded the land on December 25, 1857. T he deed was recorded at the courthouse on March 31, 1858.

William stayed in Burnet County until after his daughter, Jane, marri ed in 1859. He sold all of his land on March 6, 1860 and left Texas and we nt back to Indiana, taking Mary and little Serilda with him. He settled in Grant County. William has not been found on the 1860 census b ut was probably nearby and just missed as Mary and Serilda were living wi th their sister, Emily, and her family on the 1860 Grant County census.

The first official record of William's return to Indiana is from the India na Masonic records. He joined the Xenia Masonic Lodge, in Miami Count y, on July 31, 1860. On November 20, 1860 he married his fourth wife, Mary Pence Long. Mary was the daughter of Martin Pence and Elizabe th Corder. Mary was the widow of Adolphus R. Long when she married Willia m. William and Mary had two daughters: Melissa and Alice R. Melissa marri ed Elijah Williams. Alice was married twice. Her first husband was Ebenez er Williams, the second was Joseph N. Dilkes. William owned 70 acres in Si ms Twp in the 1870's.


Mary died on June 22, 1899 and is buried next to her first husband in t he Converse Cemetery near Richland Twp, Indiana. William died on March 10, 1903 in Grant County, Indiana. He was a resident of the Grant County Infirmary for the last ten years of his life. As of this date a tombstone has not been found.

I have the honor to be one of the great great granddaughters of this devoted father and loving husband.

Charlotte Lucas

Source https://sites.rootsweb.com/~ingrant/biolafge.htm

The cemetery in Richland Township of Grant County Indiana is owned by t he Odd Fellow Lodge of Converse and is called the Converse Cemetery. It w as laid out in 1872. A history of Miami County says on page 318 "in 18 72 a cemetery costing $2000 was laid out near the town." The present cemetery has had bodies reinterred in it after having been re moved from a small family cemetery which was located in the heart of wh at is now Converse and from a family cemetery a short distance south call ed the Pence Cemetery. Referring to old histories of these two counti es I find some items of interest. The old Atlas of 1877 says "William Tay lor settled the Martin Pence farm where the Delphi road crosses Taylor Cre ek at an early day.

[HI33339] (Research):Thomas did not appear in the 1850, 1860 or 1870 household suggesting he di ed prior to 1850. There is a Thomas Dye in Maple Grove Cemetery died 6/15/ 1879 age 68-5-4 placing his dob about 1811 for husband of Leanna. But 18 79 date is odd.

Could also have been ____ Dye who died 4/1850 age 39 also buried in Map le Grove

[HI33341] (Research):Record Book 22 pg 285 Filed 8 Feb 1848 Petition to Partition (See suits fi led 20 Jan 1842 and 17 Jan 1853) John Boswell and wife vs Sarah Smith & others David Smith died owning part of Sec 9 Twp 4 Range 11 (Mad River). Heirs: S arah, widow; Mary, wife of John Boswell; Ann, wife of David Pence of India na; Peter Sith; John Smith; and minors Andrew Smith; Priscilla Smith; Isa ac Smith; Savid S smith; Jasper N Smith and Irvin Smith

[HI33347] (Research): My paternal grandmother married one of William's grandsons before she mar ried my grandfather. Chuck Taylor Austin, TX E-mail: AusChuck@aol.com

Deed Book H Indentures published CCGS Newsletter Summer 1991 pg111 Aug 18 1827 Wm Darnell bound his ward Wm Salisberry c7y9m to Willi am Runkle, tanner age 21 1840

Deed Book H Indentures published CCGS Newsletter Summer 1991 pg538 June 29 1829 Wm Darnell bound his ward Wm Salisberry age 3yr to Andr ew Black of Clark Co, OH- farmer- 21y 1847

Record Book 10, Page 316 — Filed 19 November 1828 State of Ohio for the use of Samuel Salisberry Heirs vs John Hamilton et al William Bayless was the attorney for the State and John H. James was the a ttorney for the defendants. John Hamilton was the administrator for the es tate of William Salisberry. On 25 October 1826 John Hamilton gave an admin istrators bond of $600 to the State of Ohio and it was secured by Joseph S imms, Francis Stephenson and Henry Phillips. William Darnall, the guardi an of the children, is suing for a debt of $600 damages and wants the mon ey from the bond to be for the use of the children. The heirs of William S alisberry were: James Salisberry, Rachel Salisberry, William Salisberry, J ohn Salisberry, Folly Salisberry, Samuel Salisberry and Harrison Salisberr y. On 6 April 1829 the court judged the cause was not sufficient for the b ill.

[HI33351] (Research):1888 Greene Co, MO

to Fayette County, Iowa, shortly after their marriage.

[HI33352] (Research):1880 Census Place:District 167, Richland, Grant, Indiana Source:FHL Film 1254279 National Archives Film T9-0279 Page 40 6A Christian PENCESelfMMW55OHOcc:FarmerFa: VAMo: MD Elizabeth PENCEWifeFMW55OHFa: ---Mo: --- Amos PENCESonMSW25INFa: ---Mo: --- Winfield S. PENCESonMSW19INFa: ---Mo: --- Lydia SLAGLEADauFSW7INFa: ---Mo: --- Newton GARLINCEL OtherMSW23OHFa: ---Mo: ---

[HI33354] (Research):; supposedly died shortly after her marriage, but an International Genealo gical Index entry says 24 Dec 1876; married John Highley 24 Nov 1849 in Gr ant County, Indiana (he was born 10 May 1825, died 12 Dec 1904).

[HI33355] (Research):Census Microfilm Records: Indiana, 1900 Lived in: Richland, Grant County, Indiana Series: T623 Microfilm: 373 Book: 2 Page: 204

[HI33356] (Research):PENCE, SOLOMON [12 Dec 1910, Daily Chronicle (Grant Co., IN); also Daily L eader on 12 Dec and News-Times 13 Dec. 1910): SOLOMON PENCE IS DEAD] Solom on PENCE, well known and highly respected citizen of Richland township, di ed yesterday at noon at his home, one-half mile north of Mier. Mr. PENCE w as in his eighty-first year. Two weeks ago he sustained a stoke of paralys is and never afterward regained consciousness. He located in Richland town ship about the year 1847, and was one of the few early settlers yet remain ing in that section of the county. His widow and two daughters survive M r. PENCE. The daughters are Mrs. Melissa Drook of Richland township and Mr s. Savilla Myers of Nebraska. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoo n.

1880 Census Place:District 167, Richland, Grant, Indiana Source:FHL Film 1254279 National Archives Film T9-0279 Page 41 5C Soloman PENCESelfMMW50OHOcc:FarmerFa: VAMo: VA Mary E. PENCEWifeFMW39OHFa: FRANCEMo: --- Sarah S. PENCEDauFSW22INFa: ---Mo: --- Lewis BOLYASonMSW10INFa: ---Mo: ---


1900 Lived in: Richland, Grant County, Indiana Series: T623 Microfilm: 373 Book: 2 Page: 199

[HI33357] (Research):PENCE, EMANUEL [20 Mar. 1913, Daily Chronicle (Grant Co., IN), also Dai ly Leader Times on 20 Mar.: PENCE FUNERAL TO BE HELD SATURDAY] The funer al of Emanuel PENCE, a Grant county pioneer resident, whose death occurr ed Wednesday afternoon at the home of his son, Frank PENCE, 923 Spencer av enue, will be held Saturday morning at 11 o'clock from the church at Mie r, with Rev. L. Cooner officiating. Interment will be made in the Conver se cemetery. Emanuel PENCE was eighty years eight months and twelve days o ld. He was born at Champaign [Co.], Ohio, July 17, 1832. In 1846, at the a ge of fourteen years, he came to Grant county and located with his paren ts on a farm just across the river from Charles' mill. For many years he l ived on a farm near Mier, in Richland township, continuing his residence t here until two years ago, when he came to Marion to make his home with h is son. During the last few weeks Mr. PENCE's health has been rapidly fail ing. Death was due to a complication of diseases. He is survived by thr ee sons, Frank PENCE of this city, W. G. PENCE of Liberty Center and Mi lo L. PENCE of Whittier, Cal.

1880 Census Place:District 167, Richland, Grant, Indiana Source:FHL Film 1254279 National Archives Film T9-0279 Page 40 8A Emanuel PENCESelfMMW47OHOcc:FarmerFa: ---Mo: OH Mary A. PENCEWifeFMW46PAFa: PAMo: PA Edwin G. PENCESonMSW22INFa: ---Mo: --- Laura J. PENCEDauFSW20INFa: ---Mo: --- Milo L. PENCESonMW15INFa: ---Mo: --- William S. PENCESonMSW12INFa: ---Mo: ---

Pence, Emanuel Lived in: Richland, Grant County, Indiana 1900 Series: T623 Microfilm: 373 Book: 2 Page: 199

[HI33359] (Research):Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson T wp by Pat Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. NE 1/4 Quitclaim from Simeon Pence, et al to Lemule Pence, 4 acres, N 1 /2 Nov 29, 1859 Bk 31 pg377 NE 1/4 Lemuel Pence to Isaac Pence, 27.75 acres , N 1/2 Nov 29, 18 59 Bk 31 pg 470

[HI33362] (Research):Chauncery Records of Champaign Co, Court of Common Pleas daughter of Jesse Colbert, who died in August 1852 (Reference: Champai gn County, Ohio Chancery Record Book 24, Page 425, Filed 12 January 18 53 - John Colbert vs Elizabeth Wilson et al - Petition to Partition.) Record Book 24, Page 425- Filed 12 January 1853- Petition to Partition John Colbert vs Elizabeth Wilson et al Jesse Colbert died August 1852 owning, 80 acres located in east half of n orth-east quarter of Section 21 Township 3 Range 11 (Jackson Township). Fr ances Colbert was his widow. Jesse's children & grandchildren: John Colber t; Elizabeth Colbert, wife of Amos Wilson of Green County, Ohio; Toliver C olbert of Indiana; Alsy Colbert, wife of Daniel Jackson of Indiana; Cathar ine Colbert, wife of Henry Huddleston of Indiana; George Colbert of Indian a; Susan Colbert Hart, deceased had one heir: Matilda Hart, wife of Willi am Hudson; Humphrey Colbert, deceased had six heirs (Martha Colbert and Ly dia Letitia Colbert, minors of Champaign County, William Colbert, Jesse Co lbert, Phebe Ann Colbert and Julia Ann Colbert (who lived in Indiana»; Del ilah Colbert, wife of William Pence of Champaign County; Nancy Colbert, wi fe of David Boswell of Champaign County; Lucinda Colbert, wife of Daniel P utnam of Illinois; Jesse Colbert, deceased, who's heirs and number of th em were unknown.

[NI33363] Gladys Wood married first
Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994
birth:«tab»27 May 1894«tab»Springfield, Ohio
marriage:«tab»01 Dec 1912«tab»Clark, Ohio, United States
parents:«tab»Chas. Wood, Maud Marsh
spouse:«tab»Seemer Byerman

[DI33364]
Social Security Death Index about Nelle Hamilton
Name: «tab»Nelle Hamilton «tab»
SSN: «tab»277-05-8243
Last Residence: «tab»45502 Springfield, Clark, Ohio,
Born: «tab»3 Oct 1899
Died: «tab»Oct 1984
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Ohio (Before 1951)

Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, & 1958-2007 about Nelle M Hamilton
Name: «tab»Nelle M Hamilton
Birth Date: «tab»1900
Birth State: «tab»Ohio
Birth Country: «tab»United States
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Residence City: «tab»New Carlisle
Residence County: «tab»Clark
Residence State: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»1 Oct 1984
Hospital of Death: «tab»Long-Term Care Facilities
City of Death: «tab»Clark County
County of Death: «tab»Clark
Certificate: «tab»071428
Age at Death: «tab»84
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Autopsy: «tab»Yes, used for certification
Social Security Number: «tab»277-05-8243
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed

[HI33365] (Research):Myrtle Tree Church Records (Organized 4/24/1830) Covers period 4/24/1830- 2/23/1850 CCGS Newsletter Spring 1998 pg24 Received 1/24/1847 Lydia Pence/Russell diss by letter 3/22/1851

Champaign Wills Book C Pg 136 Jacob Pence probated Oct 2, 1854 Johnson Twp, Wife (no name) Sons Jacob, Andrew, Henry, Joseph, David, Will iam, Adam and George Pence. Dau Lydia (w/o James Russell); heirs of dau Sa rah (w/o Jacob Hullinger); grdau Eliza Hullinger. Son Jacob executor. Witn ess, John Ebert, John Offenbacker, Elmus Garrett. Signed 8-3-1854

[HI33366] (Research):Mt Pleasant Church minutes james Russell, Sr d 10/26/1862 Lydia Russell joined 11/12/1853 dropped 1856 James Russell, Jr joined 11/12/1853

[HI33367] (Research):Marriage Index: Selected Counties of Ohio, 1789-1850 Married: Sep 05, 1811 in: Montgomery Co., OH Spouse: Archer, Rachel Gender: M More: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Fi lm #s 1030834-1030835. Rachel Could have been a first wife and nancy a 2nd wife.

War of 1812 CONSOLVER JACOB HOLT'S DETACHMENT, OHIO VOLS. AND MIL. PRIVATE PRIVA TE Box45 Roll602

PRIVATE JACOB CONSOLVER in the War of 1812 on the Ohio Roster of Soldier s. Pages 239-240 on the Roll of Capt. Wm. Van Cleve's Company (County Un known). Served from May 21, 1812 to June 24, 1812

An Index to the Miami County, Ohio Recorder's Deeds, 1807-1863, compil ed by Members of the Computerized Heritage Association, Published by Mia mi Valley Genealogical Society, P. O. Box 1364, Dayton, Ohio 45401-1364, 1 995 9 June 1826 Jacob & Rachel Consolver to Abraham Covault, Book 6, Pa ge 129 Lostcreek Township - Section 34 Township 2 Range 11 3 November 18 35 Jacob & Rachel Consolver to Rudolph Eyer Book 13, Page 407 Brown Townsh ip, Section 35 Township 2 Range 11

1837 Land Records: AL, AR, FL, LA, MI, MN, OH, WI, 1790-1907 Document number: 4713 Description number: 1 Number of acres: 80.0000 Accession number: OH0690__.158 Patentee Surname: Consolver Patentee given name: Jacob State name: Ohio Volume: 690 Page number: 158 Land office: Lima Aliquot part reference: W½NW Section number: 25 Township: 7 South Range: 5 East Meridian or special survey area: First Principal Title transfer authority: Sale-Cash Entries Combined signature date: Mar. 15, 1837 Multiple patentees: N Multiple warrantees: N Signature: Y Canceled document: N Subsurface rights reserve d: N

Notes for Consolver from rickyrg@networksplus.net (Betty J. Gaulding) John (Jonathan) son of Charles & Mary, was born ca 1756 in VA (possibly Al bemarle Co. but not confirmed). He served in Rev War and was wounded and b elieve lost an arm. He received a Rev War pension so you should be ab le to obtain his war records from the National Archives. He died ca 18 09 in Washington Co., VA. Was married twice. First to Nancy ALLEN, a d au of Mary (don't have her father's name). Second to Millie ROBERTSON (som etimes shown as ROBIINSON) 8 Apr 1794 in Bedford Co., VA. Certificate sho ws she was of age. James CONWAY, Surety. I belive that Millie may have mar ried again after Jonathan died but not sure but the Washington Co., VA rec ords should show some light on that. Check the DAR Rev War Books and I th ink you will find both his father, Charles, and Jonathan as well as his br others, Micajah and possibly James, having been recorded by others who joi ned DAR. I just have not followed up on that as the brother, Martin Jorda n, is my wife's ancestor. Since Jacob, son of Jonathan was born in June 17 96, obviously, Millie was his mother. Jacob died in 1850 age 54 in Shel by Co., OH, according to Ohio Mortality records. He married Rachel ARCH ER 9 Sep 1811 in Montgomery Co., OH, possibly at Dayton. He was list ed in the Miami Co., OH 1820 and 1830 Census records. From what I can determine from my notes, Jacob and Rachel had sons, Jaco b, Abraham, Isaac and possibly daughters, Anna, Elixabeth, Millie and may be others but I did not follow up on the daughters, except we have a confl ict on the marriage to Samuel MYERS. I mentioned previously that my wife 's GGFather's sister, Elicabeth, married a Samuel MYERS 6 Nov 1842 in Hock ing Co., OH. This Samuel was born 16 Jan 1814 and died 25 Apr 1886 and bo th he and Elizabeth are buried in cemetery at Meade, Pickaway Co., OH. The refore, from the dates you give on Samuel Hershey MYERS, it is obvious th at these are two different Samuel's. I have recorded that Samuel b 1814 w as the son of Daniel and Diana (DOVER) MYERS. An 1860 Pickaway Co., OH cen sus record for them lists children as Ellen, Rachel, and Mary and also a J acob age 71 is listed but since I did not record the last name for hi m, I don't know whether he was a MYERS or not. Probably be a good id ea to check that out next time I have access to the 1860 census at the lib rary. It could not be Jabob CONSOLVER as he died in 1850.in Shelby Co. Getting back to the conflict in our records, I have Millie CONSOLVER marri ed to Samuel MYERS 18 Mar 1878 in Shelby Co., OH. Marriage Book 6, page 5 5. Married by P. HART. Interesting enough is that you also show 18 Mar 18 76 as both the date of death of Samuel Hershey MYERS and date of marria ge to Mary Elizabeth CONSOLVER. This should take some checking on your pa rt in order to clarify that. You have indicated Mary Elizabeth to be d au of Abraham and Elizabeth (BATES) CONSOLVER, which is probably corre ct as 1860 Shelby Co., OH census shows their children as Samuel M, a ge 7; Mary L. (probably E.) age 4 and Caroline age 2. The latter is not co rrect as I have Caroline's birth date as 3 Dec 1859, being born at Jacks on Center, Shelby Co., OH. When she married Lewis McFARLAND 2 Jun 1877, Bo ok 6, Page 131, her fther gave concent as she was not 18 years old.The bro ther Samuel M. married Cynthia BECK 26 Feb 1883 Book 6 Page 559.

I have an Elizabeth CONSOLVER married to Abraham RINEHARD 29 Oct 1843 by J ames SMITH, MG Book 1 & 2 Page 402 Shelby Co., OH Believe this to be Jacob 's dau Elizabeth. Jabob's son Isaac S. married Jane HALL 12 Sep 1843 by We sley ROLAND, JP, Book 1 & 2 Page 394 Shelby Co., OH They are buried in Gl en Cemetery, sw of Point Jefferson. Isaac was born 12 May 1819 Montgome ry Co., OH and died 18 Aug 1898, age 79 in Salem Twp, Shelby Co. 1860 Cens us shows their children as: William 17; Jacob A. 14; Julia A. 12; Rachel 1 0; Mary 8; Nancy A. 6 and David H. 3 (b 10 Oct 1856). Whether they had oth er children I don't know. This is the extent of what I have other than so me other marriages which you can probably find in the Shelby Co., OH marri age records. You might also look in the Ross Co., OH records. Hope that th is gives you some insight as to what I have on your line. Would be most in terested in learning more about where you located the marriage record of S amuel Hershey MYERS and Mary Elizabeth CONSOLVER, etc.

[NI33368] Dau of Adam Counts and Susan Kingsolver

[HI33368] (Research):Complete ancestry at www.grencircles.com
Previously married to Abraham Corson Also buried in the Java East Cemetery in Walworth Co, SD are the following :
Corson Rena, 1878 - 1902 25. Corson Thurman, 1849 - 1893 civil war vet 26. Corson V. O. no marker 27. Corson Warren M., 1921 - 1926

1880 Census of Shelby Co, OH
Corson, Abraham 1880 130C Jackson
Corson, James 1880 212B Salem
Corson, John B. 1880 131A Jackson

[DI33369] Name: «tab»Charley Consolver
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»27 Aug 1941
Death Place: «tab»Defiance, Defiance, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»27 Jun 1860
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Death Age: «tab»81 years 6 months
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»1220 Schultz
Occupation: «tab»Retired
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»29 Aug 1941
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Riverside
Spouse's Name: «tab»Mary
Father's Name: «tab»
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»2023921
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4046417
Image Number: «tab»1763
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 48241

[HI33380] (Research):Shelby Co, Salem, OH pg214 1900 Charles French head, 7/1841,58 m13y OH VT VA day laborer Julia, wife,10/1846, 53, 1 child, 1 living Rhoda M, dau, 12/1887, 12, S , OH

1910 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Shelby > Salem Twp > District 1 47 > Page 2B Dwelling 44/Family 44 Charley Franch, head, white, 72, married (second marriage) for 23 year s, b Ohio, parents b New York Julia A., wife, white, 62, married (second marriage) for 23 years, bo re 3 children, all surviving, she and parents b Ohio

[HI33382] (Research):Samuel Myers evidently served in the Spanish American War. We were unab le to locate a uniform that resembles the one he is wearing, but were ab le to find the insignia on his cap. This insignia is of two crossed canno ns, signifying that he was in the Artillary. Below the pin hangs a numb er or a letter. If a number, it is the number of the regiment and if a let ter, it would be the battery within the regiment. It seems to be eith er a # 1 or the letter "I". A search of Spanish American Medals was not su ccessful in locating the medal he wore on his chest in this photo.

I spoke to my sister last night (she is not into genealogy) -- however s he is always helpful in remembering certain sotries of our family. She sa id she remembers our grandfather Forest A. Myers speaking of relatives th at owned land by Old Man's Cave in Ohio. We visited that site many tim es as children and when we lived in Ohio, we also took our children.

I came up and looked at family pictures of my grandfather and he is leani ng on the sign that points to Old Man's Cave -- then some of the informati on Jean was telling me started to come back. Yes indeed, it was mention ed in our family.

I looked up Old Man's Cave and it is in Hocking Hills - near Logan, Ohi o. Then I remembered that a Samuel Myers married Elizabeth Consolver ba ck in Nov. 6, 1842 in Logan, Hocking, Ohio.

Sondra Myers Shinn

[NI33384] Married first
FROST, JOHN PARR, AMANDA V 1884-10-28 «tab»00B «tab»0067 00000900 PIATT Co, IL

Children:
Edward Rufus Whiton (1891 - 1915)*
Julia May Whiton Stokely (1893 - 1951)*
Leamon Charles Whiton (1897 - 1966)*
Mabel Elizabeth Whiton McMullin (1900 - 1995)*
Arthur Parr Whiton (1901 - 1908)*
Winifred Belle Whiton Lackore (1903 - 1998)*
Altha Violet Whiton Buland (1907 - 2001)*

[DI33384] Mrs. Charles Whiton, 76, passed away shortly after seven o'clock Monday evening of burns received when the Whiton home east of the river was destroyed by fire. Mr. and Mrs. Whiton were home at the time the fire started, probably from an overheated stove. Mr. Whiton is 82 and although considerably crippled himself, assisted his wife outside the house, but not before she had been severely burned. She had not been able to get about much for several years.The alarm was turned in by Paul Carse about 5:30 when smoke was seen coming from the home. Because of the snow the fire truck was unable to drive down the lane to the home, but when Will Thompson and John Hannick reached the house, they found Mr. Whiton just outside the house and Mr. Whiton shoveling snow onto the flames. They carried her away from the fire and took her on an improvised stretcher to the road from where she was taken to the hospital. She was burned severely about the body and passed away early in the evening.Mrs. Viola Whiton was born April 13, 1866, at Decatur, Illinois, a daughter of Hiram E. Parr and was 76 years, ten months and two days old at the time of her death. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 at the Olson funeral home and at two o'clock at the American Baptist Church by Rev. L. Mars and burial will be made at the Oakland Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, a son and six daughters.Mr. Whiton was not as severly burned as was first reported, but his clothing was on fire when the firemen arrived at the home. He was burned about the face, wrists and back, and is in considerable pain, but his condition is not serious. He is now at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lester Buland. (Source FAG)

[NI33385] Parents:
Rufus Henry Whiton (1826 - 1907)
Matilda Husted Whiton (1833 - 1912)

[DI33385] Charles Leamon Whiton, son of Rufus Henry and Matilda Husted Whiton, was born July 29, 1859, at Champaign, Illinois. His father was a native of Ithaca, New York, and his mother of Muscatine, Iowa (note from JTR: Matilda was not born in Muscatine, but probably in Greene Co., Illinois). He was united in marriage February 2, 1891, to Viola Parr, who passed away just 12 days before her husband's death. They were married in the San Luis Valley in Colorado where Mrs. Whiton was then living, and traveled back to Iowa over the mountains with a wagon and team of horses. They lived practically all of their married life in Iowa, farming a number of years near Thompson before moving to Leland where they spent a year before coming to Forest City in July 1915. To this union nine children were born, two sons preceding their parents in death. Mr. Whiton is survived by six daughters, Mrs. Jennie Burgeson of Huntsville, Arkansas; Mrs. Julia Stokely of Des Moines; Ethel in California; Mrs. Mabel McMullen of Rockwell, Iowa; Mrs. Winnie Lackore and Mrs. Altha Buland of Forest City; and one son Leamon; also fifteen grandchildren. He trusted Christ at an early age and was united with the local Baptist church. He passed away February 27, 1943, at the Rest Home in Mason City at the age of 83 years, 6 months and 26 days.

[DI33386] name: «tab»Ichabaud Corwin Price
gender: «tab»Male
burial date: «tab»
burial place: «tab»
death date: «tab»Nov 1887
death place: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
age: «tab»46
birth date: «tab»1841
birthplace: «tab»Indiana
occupation: «tab»
race: «tab»White
marital status: «tab»Married
spouse's name: «tab»
father's name: «tab»Thos. A. Price
father's birthplace: «tab»
mother's name: «tab»Julia Corwin
mother's birthplace: «tab»
indexing project (batch) number: «tab»B07057-3
system origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
source film number: «tab»466665
reference number: «tab»v 2 p 357
Citing this Record "Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F6FP-6LM : accessed 11 Nov 2012), Julia Corwin in entry for Ichabaud Corwin Price, Nov 1887.

[HI33387] (Research):Jacob M. Sturms found in Census Microfilm Records: Ohio, 1900 Lived in: Johnson Township, Champaign County, Ohio Series: T623 Microfilm: 1245 Book: 1 Page: 97

Ohio 1910 Census Miracode Index Record Name: Jacob M Sturm Birthplace: Ohio State: OH Age: 48 Color: W Enumeration District: 0140 Visit: 0101 County: Shelby Relation: Head of Household Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place Wife Edna 38 Ohio Son Carl 21 Ohio Daughter Bessie 17 Ohio Son Meryl 14 Ohio Daughter Chloe 13 Ohio Son Frank 11 Ohio Daughter Millie 09 Ohio Son Seth 07 Ohio Daughter Mabel 05 Ohio Daughter Margarie 04 Ohio Daughter Anna 03 Ohio Son Howard 01 Ohio

[DI33389] Name «tab»Elva Shaul
Titles & Terms «tab»
Death Date «tab»04 Nov 1935
Death Place «tab»Washington Twp., Logan, Ohio
Birth Date «tab»21 Nov 1874
Estimated Birth Year «tab»
Birthplace «tab»Champaign Co. O.
Death Age «tab»60 years 11 months 13 days
Gender «tab»Female
Marital Status «tab»Widowed
Race or Color «tab»Caucasian
Street Address «tab»
Occupation «tab»At Home
Residence «tab»
Burial Date «tab»07 Nov 1935
Burial Place «tab»
Cemetery Name «tab»Plum Cem
Spouse's Name «tab»Martin L. Shaul
Father's Name «tab»Pearson Baker
Father's Title & Terms «tab»
Father's Birthplace «tab»Urbanna, Champaign Co., Ohio
Mother's Name «tab»Isabelle Collins
Mother's Titles & Terms «tab»
Mother's Birthplace «tab»Champaign Co.
Film Number «tab»2022569
Digital Folder Number «tab»4001937
Image Number «tab»2393
Certificate Number «tab»fn 70037

[HI33391] (Research):d/o I W Spencer

[XI33392] Wright, Joseph, d 20 Feb 1854, ae 63y 7m 4d (on monument with Elizabeth Wright)

[XI33393] Wright, Elizabeth, d 22 May 1854, ae 59y 6m 15d (on monument with Joseph Wright)

[HI33395] (Research):Resided in Iowa 1881

[HI33396] (Research):

[HI33402] (Research):1880 Census: Stokes Twp, Logan, Ohio Source: FHL Film 1255041 National Archives Film T9-1041 Page 247A Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Horatio PENCE Self M M W 31 OHOcc: Farmer Fa: VA Mo: VA Sidney PENCE Wife F M W 25 OHOcc: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH Elija PENCE Son M S W 6 OH Fa: OH Mo: OH

[HI33415] (Research):in the "town" of Morrow, Ohio at the library, is a page out of a Bible th at is for the "Dover's." My Gr. Gr. Grandmother who was Dyannah "Dover" M yers, hopefully is listed. I always thought it was "Morrow County, Oh io and could never come up with the family there, but remembered there w as a small town south of Dayton that was named "Morrow." It makes sense s ince their son Samuel H. Myers was born in Montgomery County, Ohio. Montg omery County is very very close to Morrow. I would really love to tra ce her family. I am waiting to here back from them. (Sonnie Myers)

[NI33420] Name: «tab»John B. Corson
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»29 Sep 1907
Event Place: «tab»Montgomery County, Ohio
Age: «tab»59
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1848
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»Abraham Corson
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Danna Countes
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Margaret Marshall
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»56
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1851
Spouse's Father: «tab»Louis Grauser
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Schafer
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»p183 cn28061
Film Number: «tab»1030850
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4017468
Image Number: «tab»138

[HI33432] (Research):1880 Ohio Census Census Place:Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio Source:FHL Film 1255029 National Archives Film T9-1029 Page 1 3A RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace Ocsar E. MILLERSelfMMW39BERLIN Occ:Retired MerchantFa: BERMo: BER Mary J. MILLERWifeFMW40OH Occ:Keeping HouseFa: VAMo: VA Ida Garner MILLERDauFSW20OH Occ:At HomeFa: VAMo: VA Thomas O. MILLERSonMSW13OH Occ:At SchoolFa: BERMo: VA Catharine S. MILLERDauFSW10IN Occ:At SchoolFa: BERMo: VA Daniel MYERSOtherMWW50MD Occ:EngineerFa: MDMo: MD Julia VLANCEOtherFSW18HOLLAND Occ:ServantFa: HOLLMo: HOLL Mary BROWNOtherFSW40ENGLAND Occ:Nurse In HospitalFa: ENGMo: ENG

MGVI Info on Daniel Myers Myers, Daniel |M |1842 |Marr | |WPA |Heaton, Diann ah K. |Mi Myers, Daniel |Xr |1848 |Deeds | | |Concord T wp |Mi Myers, Daniel |Xr |1851 |Deeds |35 |108 |Concord Tw p. |Mi Myers, Daniel |Xr |1851 |Deeds |35 |108 |Concord T wp |Mi Myers, Daniel |Xr |1858 |Deeds |35 |110 |Concord Tw p. |Mi Myers, Daniel |fc |1880 |Cen | |110C |Elizabeth Tw p. |Mi Myers, Daniel |fc |1880 |Cen | |060B |Concord Tw p. |Mi Myers, Daniel |Map|1894 |Atlas |414 |009 |Concord T wp |Mi Myers, Daniel |D |1907 |CemRec|Cem#|0104 a| |Mi Myers, Daniel, Dianna |Xt |1859 |Deeds |35 |069 |Concord T wp |Mi

Miami County Recorder's Deed dated 1 Sept 1859 where a Daniel and Diana M yers sold property in Concord Township, Miami Co. It was for land in Secti on 11, Town 07, Range 05

[HI33433] (Research):February 11, 1981 NNCC Forest Myers

According to the records of the War Department in the National Archives, F orest Myers enlisted March 17, 1904, at Traverse City, Michigan and was ho norably discharged March 16, 1907, at Fort DeSoto, Florida as a Private, 1 st Company, United States Coast Artillery Corps.

At the time of his enlistment Forest Myers stated that he was born in Sidn ey, Ohio and was 21 years of age. The veteran's specific date of birth w as not given. His residence and that of his next of kin, Samuel Myers (fa ther), was given as Lake Ann, Michigan.

Because of restrictions imposed upon military service records 75 yea rs of age or less, we are unable to furnish reproductions of the documen ts from which the above information was taken.

Signed by: Andrew L. Dyer, Jr. COOPER L. DAVIS Chief Correspondence Branch (NNCC)

Military Record : 3 years 1st Class Gunner to date from Dec. 17, 06 Remarks: Service honest and faithful

[HI33438] (Research):unknown spoiuse to Claudine BOSS who was the second wife of my cousin, I va Jefferson HARRIS, son of Robert HARRIS, one of my mother's older brothers. They are all dec eased now and I just never tried to follow up on the spouse EVILIZER of C laudine. Iva and Claudine lived in Lamar, MO

Now, I had never met Claudine but they lived in Lamar and I believe th at my 1st cousin, Iva Jefferson HARRIS, died there. Incidently, we just g ot back from a trip to MO where we stayed at Lamar for three days. Went d own to where I had gone to Hight School in my soph, jr. and part sr. ye ar at Lockwood, Dade Co., MO foir the 60th anniversary reunion of the cla ss of "41. The motel in Lockwood was being refurbished so we stayed at La mar at the Super 8 Motel there. Anyway, Iva is buried in Lockwood Cemete ry a\ong side of his first wife, Marian Violet MAYES, who he married in 1 927 and whom I knew very well. My maternal grandparents are buried in Loc kwood Cemetery also. I am very familar with the area and have many frien ds and relatives living in all that general area. In fact, 14 (includi ng spouses) of us cousins got together in Lamar on last Thursday night f or a mini HARRIS family reunion. Most of them live in Lamar so I have go od contacts there also. Iva and Claudine were married 6 Apr 1968 (I don 't have location but suspect Lamar). Iva Jefferson HARRIS, son of Robe rt Henry HARRIS and Julia Priscilla STRONG, was born 29 May 1906, Douglas Co., MO and died 5 Nov 19 95 in Lamar, Barton Co., MO. My mother's brother, Robert Henry was bo rn 10 Jan 1873, east of Stockton and west of Bear Creek (now under wate rs of Stockton Lake), Cedar Co., MO. He died 24 Nov 1953 in Sheldon, Vern on Co.,MO and is buried in Lockwood Cemetery. Julia Priscilla STRONG was bo rn 8 Feb 1875 in Douglas Co., MO and died 25 Nov 1943 in Lockwood a nd is buried in Lockwood Cemetery. I have asked one of my cousins about C laudine and whether she is deceased which I kinda think she is as she w as not mentioned when we were in Lamar last week. Will let you know wh en I get a reply. Still amazed in all this. But another story, 5 generatio ns of my Mom's lines are buried in Lindley Prairie Cemetery at Bear Cree k, Cedar Co., MO east of Stockton rickyrg@networksplus.net (Betty J and Bill Gaulding)

[HI33440] (Research):dau of Theodore Friestehler and Lizzie Schnippel

[HI33451] (Research):David Stauffer who died in 1848/1849 is a legal document filed on the 8 th of February 1849 in Logan County, Ohio. It is David Stauffer vs. Wid ow and Heirs of David Stauffer, dec'd. Petition for Partition and Dowe r. David Stauffer Jr. is from Champaign County, Ohio, and it has been su ggested to me that perhaps David Sr. was living with his son in Champai gn County at the times of his death. So I have moved my search out to th at county. I was hoping if I could find a grave I could find a death da te and perhaps a birthdate. My guess that the David Stauffer married to M iriam Terell in 1844 could very well be David Jr. If you have any ide as or suggestions for further research on David and Elizabeth I would be v ery appreciative. Their daughter Susannah who married Benjamin Franklin P heneger is my 2nd great grandmother. Benj and Susannah were married in Log an county and she is buried there. We visited the grave when we were in B ellfontaine on Wednesday.

THANK YOU Shirley Tonini shirley_tonini@earthlink.net

[NI33455] Father: John Overpack Mother: Elizabeth

[NI33456] All the Argabright people in Clark Co. go back to Joseph and Margaret Overpeck Argabright. Joseph died in Montgomery Co. VA and Margaret must have come to Clark Co. to be with her sibling after Joseph's death in 1832. Father John, Mother Elizabeth Bowen

[HI33458] (Research):

[HI33459] (Research):Name: Ada A. Todd SSN: 276-12-7901 Last Residence: 43078 Urbana, Champaign, Ohio, United States of Ameri ca Born: 5 Apr 1920 Died: 24 Jul 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (Before 1951 )

Name in census records was Ava

[HI33460] (Research):Shelby County Marriages, June 1910 - October 1915, compiled by Barbara Adams, Published 2000 by the Shelby County Genealogical Society
Joseph H. ARGABRIGHT, 36y; son of Arnold ARGABRIGHT & Amanda MONROE; married 20 April 1912 by J. W. KINNETH, MG, Zoe CLEMENS, 26y; daughter of William CLEMENS & Anna SHAW
but by 1930, Joseph was married to Ida May Higgins

1930 census Piqua, Miami County, Ohio ED 30 Sheet 16 Line 87, 1307 Madison Ave.
Joseph ARGABRIGHT, Owned home $3000, age 53, first married age 26, he and parents born Ohio, metal polisher/job shop, Veteran/No
Ida, wife, age 48, first married age 34, she and father born Indiana, mother born Ohio, seamstress/underwear factory

Name : Ida May Argabright
Death date : 15 November 1953
Death place : Piqua, Miami, Ohio, United States
Residence: 1307 Madison Ave.
Birth date : 06 September 1881
Birth place : Andersonville, Ind.
Age at death : 72 years
Gender : Female
Marital status : Married
Race or color : Caucasian
Occupation : Housewife
Burial place : Piqua, Ohio
Cemetery name : Forest Hill Cemetery
Spouse name :
Father name : James Higgins
Father titles :
Father birth place :
Mother name : Mary Larkin
Cause of Death: Mesenteric Thrombosis due to arterioschlerosis
Informant: Juanita Higgins
Burial: November 18, 1953
Certificate number : 75806

[HI33461] (Research):Father John Van Fossen and Jane McKee

From 2004 My great-grandfather's sister, Emma Van Fossen, was married to a Jose ph H. Argabright on February 6, 1904. Emma's third marriage was to Geor ge P. Sweigert. Her first marriage was to Henry Welsheimer on July 31, 18 99. Emma and George had a daughter named Georgia. Emma died October 2 0, 1962 and she and George are buried at Cedar Point Cemetery in Pasco. I nterestingly enough, my Dad vaguely remembers that he and my Uncle were h er paper boys for awhile. Dad remembers that she was in a wheelchair a nd had had her legs amputated. He knew she was related somehow but not t he exact connection. We figured out who she was because she was livi ng in the house that used to belong to John and Nancy Jane Van Fossen (h er parents) on Walnut Street in Sidney.

Emma's third marriage was to George P. Sweigert. -- after 1910 census. George and Emma have a 7 year old daughter (Georgia V.) in 1920 census -- Emma is 40 years old-- Shelby Co, Sidney, ED 198 Sheet 9

[HI33463] (Research):A search of the 1880 Census of Indiana shows no Elizabeth or Irene Stra it b 1877

[HI33478] (Research):Champaign Co, Ohio History 1991 pg 124

[HI33483] (Research):1920 Clark Co, Springfield,OH George Sheaff, head, 80, md, NY PA MA Catherine, wife, 77, MD MD MD Clarence Ballentine, son in law, 33, OH OH OH Ins Agent Josephine, dau, 36, OH NY MD Catherine, grdau, 5, OH OH OH

[XI33483] 28856 «tab»BALLENTINE «tab»CLARENCE A. «tab»00/00/0000 CLARK CO., O. «tab»02/20/1923 02/23/1923 L «tab»Lot 312 «tab»SubLot 0 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 1

[BI33484] Name: «tab»Letta M. Ballentine
Gender: «tab»Female
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»18 May 1895
Birthplace: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»John Ballentine
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»June M. Tuttle
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C03945-8
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»466658
Reference Number: «tab»v 3 p 52

[XI33484] 2624 «tab»BALLENTINE LETTA «tab» M. «tab»00/00/0000 «tab»00/00/0000 00/00/0000 «tab»L «tab»Lot 312 «tab»SubLot 0 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 6

[DI33485] Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 about Josephi P Lowe
Name: «tab»Josephi P Lowe
Birth Date: «tab»1883
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Residence County: «tab»Champaign
Residence state: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»27 Feb 1966
Hospital of Death: «tab»Long-Term Care Facilities
City of Death: «tab»Urbana
County of Death: «tab»Champaign
Certificate: «tab»08488
Age at Death: «tab»83
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Autopsy: «tab»Yes, used for certification
Marital Status: «tab»Married

[HI33490] (Research):Census Place:Jackson, Shelby, Ohio Source:FHL Film 1255066 National Archives Film T9-1066 Page 13 3B RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace Wm. SHROYERSelfMMW58OH Occ:FarmerFa: MDMo: MD Mary E. SHROYERWifeFMW48MD Occ:Keeping HouseFa: MDMo: MD Benjaman F. SHROYERSonMSW24OH Occ:FarmerFa: ---Mo: --- Mary L. SHROYERDauFSW22OH Occ:LaborerFa: ---Mo: --- Nancy R. SHROYERDauFSW20OH Occ:LaborerFa: ---Mo: --- Margret M. SHROYERDauFSW18OH Occ:LaborerFa: ---Mo: --- Henry A. SHROYERSonMW16OH Occ:FarmerFa: ---Mo: --- Sarah M. SHROYERDauFW15OH Occ:At HomeFa: ---Mo: --- Goerge W. SHROYERSonMSW13OH Occ:At HomeFa: ---Mo: --- Jacob E. SHROYERSonMSW10OH Fa: ---Mo: --- Anna L. SHROYERDauFSW10OH Fa: ---Mo: --- Elva L. SHROYERDauFSW4OH Fa: ---Mo: ---

[HI33491] (Research):Griest, Cyrus Johnson, Mary C. 03/29/1874 455 Clark Co, Marraiges

[DI33491] Cyrus Greist
Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997
birth:«tab»1828«tab»Clark Co.
death:«tab»18 Jul 1893«tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio

[XI33491] Sec «tab»M «tab»Lot 255 «tab»Sublot 2 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 1

[XI33511] The Cemetery book by Denise Moore shows death date as 1871. I have not seen the tombstone, but Candy Gilliam recently walked the cemetery and re-recorded all of the graves and I paid her to send me a copy of her listings which she compiled into a book. Her transcriptions on his tombstone says: born in Freehold NJ 8/171784 died March 21 1874 age 80y7m4d.. Note from Jan Therkild 2011-Photo of stone with findagrave record -- shows 1864 as death year. I've written to this wonderful lady named Candy (who has put a great many records and photos out on findagrave) to ask if she can re-check to see whether stone does in fact say 1874 (or 1871). She's probably the same one who sent YOU the info above. The photo at find a grave is so worn you cannot read the numbers. His son's Champaign Co OH bio (Rev. William Lippincott; History of Champaign County OH) says his father died 1874. 1850 and 1870 census agree with 1784 date of birth

[XI33522] re-interred from Sutton Cemetery

[DI33532] Name: «tab»Charles Calvin True
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»27 Apr 1942
Death Place: «tab»Middletown, Butler, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»16 Jan 1892
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Urbana, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»50 years 3 months 11 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Papermaker, Papermill
Residence: «tab»So. Excello, Ohio
Burial Date: «tab»29 Apr 1942
Burial Place: «tab»Woodside
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»Clara
Father's Name: «tab»Charles Calvin True
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Unknown
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Unknown
Film Number: «tab»2024001
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4057874
Image Number: «tab»740
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 21389

[DI33533] Name: «tab»David P. True
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»12 Apr 1953
Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Ohio, United States
Birth Date: «tab»12 Sep 1896
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Death Age: «tab»56 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»Charles True
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Rosa Englehart

[HI33534] (Research):CCGS Newsletter Sept 1998 pg 96 Road Tax assessed on Chattels in Johnson T wp, Champaign Co, Ohio for the year 1876 Adam Reed .13

1900 Census has granddau Cecil Shillinger b 2/1890

[DI33534] Name: «tab»Adam Reed
Gender: «tab»Male
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»21 Jan 1921
Death Place: «tab»Salem Twp., Ohio
Age: «tab»76
Birth Date: «tab»13 Jan 1845
Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Race: «tab»White
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Syrus Reed
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Phoebe Comer
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07118-7
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»963055
Reference Number: «tab»v 5 p 194

[HI33536] (Research):Beers History pg 755 History of Champaign County JOHNSON TOWNSHIP. - 754-755 REV. WILLIAM LIPPINCOTT, minister, St. Paris; is a grandson of Samuel Lipp incott, who was of English birth and came to America at a very early d ay ; he was one of the patriots of the war of the Independence, through wh ich he passed and endured many hardships. Rev. Lippincott is a son of Re v. Ephraim Lippincott, who was born in Monmouth Co., N. J., soon after t he war of 1776. Early in the nineteenth century he commenced his pastor al labors in the Baptist Church In 1827, he moved from Licking Co., Ohi o, to Clark Co., Ohio, where he continued his profession, and eleven yea rs later he located in Jackson Township, Champaign Co., Ohio, and follow ed his pastoral labors until within a few years of his decease, in 187 4. In 1806, he married Miss Mary, daughter of Rev. John W. Patterson ; th ey had nine children by this union ; six reached maturity, of whom five a re now living. Our subject was born in Licking Co., Ohio, Oct. 28, 18 19 ; seven years later, he with his parents located in Pike Township, Cla rk Co., Ohio, where he grew to manhood on the farm, and acquired his eleme ntary education in the log-hut schools, which he since, through industry a nd experience, has greatly improved. In 1869, he commenced his ministeri al labors, and one year later he was ordained as a minister of the Bapti st Church, in Wabash Co., Ind. In April, 1873, he located in St. Paris, wh ere he has since labored in the Nettle Creek Church, a short distance of f, and various other places. His marriage with Mary Wells was celebrated F eb. 20, 1840 ; she was born in Virginia Aug. 12, 1819.

1850 Census, Jackson, Champaign, Ohio, page 465
(next door to Elizabeth Jenkins, head, 53, VA and 5 children r anging from 13-29) Ephraim Lippincott, 66, farmer, NJ Anna, 30, (male), Ohio David, 6, (male), Ohio Noah, 4, Ohio Dorcas, 2, (female), Ohio (probably same as Darius -- but this child list ed as male in 1860 & 1870) Louisa, 1/12, Ohio (next door) Ephraim P. Lippincott, 22, Ohio (his son by 1st marriage?) Phebe, 28, Ohio Mary Barker, 9, Ohio Emaline Barker, 4, Ohio

1860 Census, Jackson, Champaign, Ohio, page 248 Ephraim Lippencutt, 60, farmer, New Jersey (age off from above census) Anna, 56, Ohio (age off from above census) Noah Lippencutt, 12, Ohio Darias (male) Lippencutt, 11, Ohio Louisa Lippencutt, 9, Ohio Joseph Lippencutt, 5, Ohio Thomas Lippencutt, 7, Ohio Maxon Parr, 40, Ohio

[HI33537] (Research):Champaign Co, Genealogical Society, Champaign Co OH Newspaper Abstracts, B ook II- 1878-1900, (September 6, 1878 to 1900), pg142. 10/26/1894 Mary, d aughter of William and Phoebe Wells, was born in Kanawha Co, VA on A ug 12 1819. She removed with her parents to Ohio in the fall of 1831 and s he was united in marriage to Rev Wm Lippencott on Feb 20 1840. She died O ct 22 1894 aged 75y2m10d

[HI33541] (Research):Name: Curtis Lippencott , Enlistment Date: 15 August 1862 Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE Side Served: Union State Served: Ohio Death Date: 12 August 1890 Death Place: Bloom Center, OH Unit Numbers: 1939 1939 Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 15 August 1862 at the age of 2 4 Enlisted in Company I, 96th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 23 August 1862. Received a disability discharge Company I, 96th Infantry Regiment Oh io on 20 March 1863 in Columbus, OH

[HI33543] (Research):Poss md John Jennings, 1856

[HI33549] (Research):1870 Census, Jackson, Champaign, Ohio, page 282 Lipencut, Noah, 24, farmer, Ohio Elizabeth, wife, 24, keeping house, Ohio Laura, 3, Ohio (next door) Lipencut, Ephram, 86, farmer, Virginia Ann, 45, keeping house, Ohio Darius, 23, male, farmer, Ohio Joseph, 18, works on farm, Ohio Lousa, 20, assists keeping house, Ohio Thomas, 15, works on farm, Ohio

1880 Census, Jackson, Champaign, Ohio, page 259D Noah LIPPINCOTT Self M Male W 35 OH Farming OH OH Elizabeth LIPPINCOTT Wife M Female W 36 OH Keeping Hou se OH OH

LIPTIINCOTI NOAH County Name: CHAMPAIGN Date of Death: 7/29/1926 Volume Number: 5093 Certificate Number: 42615

[HI33552] (Research):Parentage not proven, but age fits a male child in 1840 census age 10-1 5, and he is living in 1850 next door to Ephraim.

[HI33557] (Research):Living in household in 1850 is Rebecca Wilson age 64 b VA

[NI33558] Dau of Peter Knott

[HI33560] (Research):Name: Lee Wildasin
Death date: 12 Oct 1942
Death place: Springfield, Clark Co., Ohio
Birth date: 20 Jul 1846
Estimated birth year:
Birth place: Clark Co, Ohio
Age at death: 96 years 2 months 22 days
Gender: Male
Marital status: Widowed
Race or color: American
Street address: 1121 Fox
Occupation: Retired Factory Worker
Residence:
Burial date: 15 Oct 1942
Burial place:
Cemetery name: Greenlawn
Spouse name: Altha Ruth Wildasin
Father name: Solomon Wildasin
Father titles:
Father birth place:
Mother name:
Mother titles:
Mother birth place:
GSU film number: 2024035
Digital GS number: 4057804
Image number: 1330
Reference number: fn 57838
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI33561] (Research):All of this info was submitted by Susan Pauline Dillon, 68 Bayside, Sou th Vienna, Ohio 45369 in 1985. All children except John B

Family researcher: From: scnbward@earthlink.net Sally Wildasin York Co. Historical Society The York Gazette Aug. 16, 1859 p.3 bottom of column 2 Died on the 29th ulst (July 29) in Clark County, Ohio, Mr. Solomon Wildesi n, formerly of this County, aged 43 years and 1 month.

Baptism: May 27, 1816, St. Matthews Luthern Church, Hanover, York, PA- spo nsers were David Mayer and wife Maria Cather

Census: 1850, German Twp. Clark Co., Ohio Census (W425-031)- Soloman WILLI SON 30 carpenter, Sarah J. 31 VA, Harry 13 OH, Charles 9, James K. Po lk 4, John B. Weller 2, Elizabeth Gregory 67 MD

[HI33562] (Research):Newspaper:Inyo Register, California December 27, 1923 Obituary for Charles Fell Wildasinn 1840-1923 C.F. WILDASINN HAS PASSED ON Charles Fell Wildasinn, pioneer lumberman and rancher of this county, di ed last night at his home in Bishop. He had been in precarious health f or some time, but on Christmas day was able to be on the streets. The e nd came suddenly, for he fell while walking about in his home. He was bo rn in Springfield, Ohio, October 31, 1840, therefore was aged 83 year s, 1 month, 25 days. He came west at an early age, and is said to have cro ssed the plains no less than eighteen times before the advent of the railr oad. He came to Owens Valley in 1870, and became a resident of Round Vall ey. When Mammoth became a camp he went there and operated a sawmill, cont inuing that business for some years after the camp’s decline. Finally he s old both his sawmill and ranch properties, and moved to Bishop. Besides pu tting up a commodious **me here, he built what is now the Bishop Theatr e, later disposing of that also. Mr. Wildasinn was one of the early membe rs of the Odd Fellows here, and was also a member of the Masonic bodi es up to and including the Mystic Shrine, receiving the latter during a pi lgrimage to the city of Mexico. He was a citizen of high character and ri gid financial honesty, and leaves a memory that will be cherished by tho se who came in contact with him. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nell Wil dasinn, who has the profound sympathy of all friends in her bereavement. T he funeral will occur from the family residence on East Line Street at 2 o ’clock to-morrow (Friday) afternoon; interment at the Masonic cemetery. T he service will be conducted by Winnedumah Lodge, F.& A.M.

1880 Calif. Census Round Valley, Inyo, Calif. (FHL Film 1254066 National Archives Film T9-00 66 pg. 525A) Charles F. WILDERSON, age 40, born in Ohio Sarah WILDERSON, wife, age 40, born in CAN, father b. NY, Mother b. CAN

[NI33566] Name: «tab»Albert B. Seitz
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»04 Sep 1920
Event Place: «tab»Franklin, Ohio
Age: «tab»22
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1898
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»Albert L. Seitz
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Clara E. Blazier
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Mildred A. Dodson
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»21
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1899
Spouse's Father: «tab»E. Dodson
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Leora Carter
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»CN 55208
Film Number: «tab»1854973
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4017587
Image Number: «tab»197

[NI33567] Name: «tab»Nicholas G. Blazer
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»26 Feb 1857
Event Place: «tab»Clark Co., Ohio
Age: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Sarah J. Kelly
**********************
Name: «tab»Nicholas G. Blazer
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»18 May 1859
Event Place: «tab»Clark County, Ohio
Age: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Catharine E. Jackson
***************************

[DI33567] Name: «tab»Nicholas G. Blazer
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»10 Oct 1912
Death Place: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»08 Jul 1834
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Lancaster, Oh
Death Age: «tab»78 years 3 months 2 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»
Race or Color: «tab»American
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Lewis Blazer
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Esther Lannsing
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»1953478
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4096402
Image Number: «tab»2757
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 52690

[DI33568] Name: «tab»Sarah A. Blazer
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»29 Apr 1909
Death Place: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»06 Jul 1840
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Springfield, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»68 years 9 months 23 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»328 S. Yellow Springs
Occupation: «tab»Housewife
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»01 May 1909
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Ferncliff Cem.
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Henry Quinn
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ireland
Mother's Name: «tab»Rose Campbell
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ireland
Film Number: «tab»1927086
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4020920
Image Number: «tab»2083
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 17654

[XI33568] 54758 «tab»BLAZER «tab»SARAH «tab»A. «tab»00/00/0000 «tab»«tab»05/01/1909 «tab»05/01/1909 «tab»E «tab»Lot 86 «tab»Sublot 0 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 4

[DI33572] The funeral of Mrs. William MADDEN was held this morning, buried Oak Dale Cemetery. pg106 12/1/1898

[DI33573] Name: «tab»John H. Russell
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»10 Jun 1911
Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»01 Jan 1862
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Death Age: «tab»49 years 5 months 9 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Mail Carrier
Residence: «tab»Usual place of residence same as place of death
Burial Date: «tab»12 Jun 1911
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Concord Cemetery
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Oliver P. Russell
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Virginia
Mother's Name: «tab»Matilda Ann Haffgle
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Virginia
Film Number: «tab»1953043
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4021106
Image Number: «tab»389
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 30984

[NI33584] Name: «tab»Sam Edward Melvin
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»26 Mar 1921
Event Place: «tab»Clark County, Ohio
Age: «tab»24
Birth Date: «tab»14 Sep 1896
Birthplace: «tab»Springfield R.D. 9, Ohio
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1897
Father: «tab»William Melvin
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Myrtle Snyder
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Edith Jane Geron
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»22
Spouse's Birth Date: «tab»11 Jul 1898
Spouse's Birthplace: «tab»Clark Co., Ohio
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1899
Spouse's Father: «tab»Adam Geron
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Minnie Wildasin
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»14183
Film Number: «tab»465401
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4016781
Image Number: «tab»348

[DI33584] Name: «tab»Edith Melvin
«tab»
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»11 Nov 1941
Event Place: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Residence: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»1524 Sheaf Rd
Gender: «tab»Female
Death Age: «tab»43y 4m
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race: «tab»W
Occupation: «tab»housewife
Birth Date: «tab»11 Jul 1898
Birthplace: «tab»Clark County, Ohio
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1898
Burial Date: «tab»14 Nov 1941
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»Ferncliff
Father: «tab»Adam Geron
Father's «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Mother: «tab»Minnie Wilderson
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Spouse: «tab»Samuel Melvin
Spouse's «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»fn 65082
Film Number: «tab»2023972
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4020861
Image Number: «tab»1258

[XI33584] 20776 «tab»MELVIN «tab»EDITH «tab»J. «tab»00/00/0000 «tab»CLARK CO., O. «tab»11/11/1941 «tab»11/14/1941 «tab»W «tab»Lot 59 «tab»SubLot 3 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 2
20777 «tab»MELVIN «tab»SAMUEL «tab»E. «tab»00/00/0000 «tab»BEATTYTOWN, OH. «tab»04/13/1976 «tab»04/16/1976 «tab»W «tab»Lot 59 «tab»SubLot 3 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 1

[DI33585] The Springfield News, Springfield, Ohio Sunday 06 November 1938 Pg. 2 Mrs. Althea (McKinney) Wildasin Mrs. Althea Ruth Wildasin, 81, died in her residence, 1122 Fox St., at 1: 30 p.m. Saturday following an illness of two weeks. She was born in Sou th Vienna on Oct. 24, 1857, and had resided in Springfield for the pa st 30 years. Survivors include her husband, Lee; two sons, Walter and Car l; two daughters, Mrs. Thomas Lucas and Mrs. Mae Yazell, and eight grandch ildren, all of Springfield. The body was removed to the Woods Funeral Hom e. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Glen Haven Mem orial Chapel in charge of Rev. F. L. Blevins, of the Church of God. Buri al will be in Glen Haven Memorial Park.

Name: «tab»Altha Ruth Wildason
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»05 Nov 1938
Death Place: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»24 Oct 1857
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»So. Vienna, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»81 years 11 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»1122 Fox
Occupation: «tab»Housewife
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»07 Nov 1938
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Glenn Haven
Spouse's Name: «tab»Lee Wildason
Father's Name: «tab»John Mckinney
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»2023668
Digital Folder Number: «tab»
Image Number: «tab»2684
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 62106

[HI33587] (Research):Name : Charity B. Ryman Titles : Death date : 25 Feb 1910 Death place : Pike, Clark, Ohio Birth date : 23 Jun 1835 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Ohio Age at death : 74 years 8 months 2 days Gender : Female Marital status : Married Race or color : Caucasian Street address : Occupation : Housewife Residence : Burial date : 26 Feb 1910 Burial place : Cemetery name : Myers Spouse name : Father name : Joseph Furron Father titles : Father birth place : Unknown Mother name : Jane Babcock Mother titles : Informant-S H Ryman, New Carlisle, OH Mother birth place : Ohio GSU film number : 1927280 Digital GS number : 4021002 Image number : 1592 Certificate number : fn 6473 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[NI33588] Name: «tab»Walter Wildasin
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»23 Oct 1924
Event Place: «tab»Clark Couty, Ohio
Age: «tab»30
Birth Date: «tab»01 Apr 1894
Birthplace: «tab»Vienna Crossroads, Ohio
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1894
Father: «tab»Lee Wildasin
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Althee Mckinney
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Elizabeth A. Harvey Dodson
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»32
Spouse's Birth Date: «tab»26 Nov 1891
Spouse's Birthplace: «tab»Curwensville, Penn.
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1892
Spouse's Father: «tab»J. W. Harvey
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Mary M. Daubb
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»p 519 16597
Film Number: «tab»466637
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4016779
Image Number: «tab»300

[HI33588] (Research):From Contxt of Ohio Military Men, 1917-18 Walter Wildasin, Serial Number 806509, Residence 11 Cleveland St., Springf ield, O., Enlistment Division: National Army, Enlistment Location: Springf ield, O., Enlistment Date: 04 March 1918, Birth Place: Vienna Cross Road s, Oh., Birth Date/ Age: 23 11/12 years.

Assigns Comment: Co B 14 Receiving Battalion Cp Greenleaf Ga to 17 April 1 918; Base Hospital 54 to 29 May 1918; Base Hospital 68 to 5 July 1918; Pro visional Casual Co 12 Cp Crane Pa to 16 Aug1918; Med Replacement Un it 16 Cp Crane Pa to 31 Aug 1918; Cp Crane Pa Aug Automatic Replacement Dr aft to 25 Sept 1918; Training School for Sn Troop 1 Depot Division to 15 N ov 1918; Ambulance Company 20 6 Sanitary Train to 21June 1919; Receiving B attalion Cp Merritt NJ to 27 June 1919; Demobilization Group Cp Sherm an O to Discharge Private American Expeditionary Forces 14 Sept 19 18 to 19 June 1919. Honorable discharge 30 June 1919.

Occupation and Address listed in the Springfield City Directory

1913- tinner, res. 1414 Obenchain Av

1915- tinner, res. 28 N. Spring. (Effie M)

[BI33588] Name: «tab»Walter Wildasin
Gender: «tab»Male
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»01 Apr 1894
Birthplace: «tab»Vienna Crossroads, Clark, Ohio
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»Lee Wildasin
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Althea Mckinney
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 3 p 520

[NI33589] Md second
Name: «tab»John P. Hession
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»21 Apr 1923
Event Place: «tab»Clark Couty, Ohio
Age: «tab»32
Birth Date: «tab»23 Feb 1892
Birthplace: «tab»Springfield, Ohio
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1891
Father: «tab»John Hession
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Bridget Castillo
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Effie M. Wildasin
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»27
Spouse's Birth Date: «tab»09 May 1894
Spouse's Birthplace: «tab»Washington C.H., Ohio
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1896
Spouse's Father: «tab»William A. Goings
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Christina Shoukwiler
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»p 15 15589
Film Number: «tab»466637
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4016779
Image Number: «tab»41

[NI33591] Name: «tab»Carl Wildasin
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»24 Jun 1913
Event Place: «tab»Clark Co., Ohio
Age: «tab»23
Birth Date: «tab»04 May 1890
Birthplace: «tab»Springfield, Ohio
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1890
Father: «tab»Lee Wildasin
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Althea Mckinney
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Eliza Miller
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»24
Spouse's Birth Date: «tab»29 Sep 1888
Spouse's Birthplace: «tab»Waverly, Ohio
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1889
Spouse's Father: «tab»Isaac Miller
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Mary Dillard
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»V25, P203, CN 8565
Film Number: «tab»465399
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4016783
Image Number: «tab»135

[XI33591] 8026 «tab»WILDASIN «tab»CARL «tab»«tab»00/00/0000 «tab»CLARK CO., OH. «tab»12/07/1962 «tab»12/11/1962 «tab»X «tab»Lot 368 «tab»SubLot 0 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 1
8025 «tab»WILDASIN «tab»ELIZA. «tab»«tab»00/00/0000 «tab»PIKE CO., OH. «tab»03/07/1964 «tab»03/13/1964 «tab»X «tab»Lot 368 «tab»SubLot 0 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 2

[NI33592] Children Adelaide Vincent FURROW b: 25 Mar 1860 in Ohio
Angelo Meyers FURROW b: 5 Nov 1863 in Iowa
Emeline S. FURROW b: 17 Jul 1864 in Garwin, Tama Co., Iowa
Lydia Ann FURROW b: 12 Jan 1867 in Iowa
John Franklin FURROW b: 9 Jun 1870 in Iowa
Varnum H. FURROW b: 2 Feb 1873 in Iowa
Bernice Floyd FURROW b: 17 Nov 1879 in Carlton, Tama Co., Iowa

[HI33593] (Research):Claude C Yeazell
Age: 31 State: OH 1910
Color: W Enumeration District: 0024
Birth Place: Kansas Visit: 0276
County: Clark, Springfield City
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place Wife Jess9e M 30 Ohio Daughter Ruth L 09 Ohio Daughter Pauline 03 Ohio

[HI33595] (Research):CCGS Newsletter Sept 1998 pg 96 Road Tax assessed on Chattels in Johnson T wp, Champaign Co, Ohio for the year 1876 H T Field .05

CCGS Newsletter Spring 1992 Poll Book St Paris Precinct Johnson Twp 11/2/1 880 H F Field

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 6/12/1888 Quitclaim from H F Field etal to Ann Field, 29.75 acres for li fe Bk68 Pg523

Horatis F Field
Age: 56 State: OH 1910
Color: W Enumeration District: 0009
Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0067
County: Champaign, St Paris
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place Wife Mary A 51 Ohio Mother Anna 81 N J

[DI33596] Name: «tab»L. Earl Wildasin
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»30 Apr 1944
Death Place: «tab»Oakwood, Montgomery, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»06 Apr 1870
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Clarke Co., Ohio
Death Age: «tab»74 years 24 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»American
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Tool Maker
Residence: «tab»Oakwood, Montgomery, Ohio
Burial Date: «tab»03 May 1944
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Woodland
Spouse's Name: «tab»Lucy Wildasin
Father's Name: «tab»James K.P. Wildasin
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Clarke Co., Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Jane Kyle
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Georgia
Film Number: «tab»2032358
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4057844
Image Number: «tab»1297
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 29053

[HI33599] (Research):d/o John Kennard 1774-1865 of Shelby Co Ohio who came in 1805 and Elizabeth Hendershott 1781-1848

[NI33600] Name: «tab»Joseph H Sears
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»28 Jun 1911
Event Place: «tab»Miami, Ohio
Age: «tab»50
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1861
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»John R Sears
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Deporah Anderson
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Anna Duer
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»38
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1873
Spouse's Father: «tab»Joseph Duer
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Jane White
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»Vol. 10 p288 cn26945
Film Number: «tab»550153
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4016853
Image Number: «tab»434

[DI33600] Name: «tab»Anna Duer Sears
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»26 May 1947
Death Place: «tab»Piqua, Miami, Ohio, United States
Birth Date: «tab»29 Aug 1872
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Miami Co. Ohio
Death Age: «tab»74 years 8 months 27 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»Joseph H.
Father's Name: «tab»Joseph S. Duer
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Jane White
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»2372930
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4076160
Image Number: «tab»01700
Certificate Number: «tab»33279

[NI33601] Concord Items Jan 9, 1879
We met a few days since at the home of our distinguished relative, Mr. Wesley Diltz, Mr. Amos Kennard, a native of Cynthiana, Ky., and who served ten years as Sheriff of Shelby county, 0., and Recorder for three years, between the years 1835 and 1848. HE is a hale, hearty gentleman of seventy-five years, and true type of the pioneer citizen. (by Specs Jr.)

[HI33601] (Research):Diltz Chapel (Methodist Episcopal) was organized in 1838 by Wesley Dilt z, Wesley Yocum, Amos Jackson and Mrs. Sarah Bidwell, at the house of Wesl ey Diltz-now occupied by Wesley Yocum. Rev. George W. Walker was the fir st officiating clergyman. They at once proceeded to erect a log buildin g, 26x22, in which services were held for upward of twenty years. In abo ut 1850, the present frame structure, 20x26, was erected. Rev. J. T. Ba il preached the dedicatory sermon. The church now consists of about seven ty members, who dwell in unity together. Services are conducted every Sabb ath by Rev. Smith

WESLEY DILTZ, farmer; P. O. Cable; is a native of Kentucky. He was born Ap ril 22, 1801. At the age of 3 years, he came with his parents to Warren Co ., and at the age of 8 or 9 to this county, where he has remained ever sin ce. He is a son of Joseph and Mary Jarrard Diltz-Joseph was a native of N ew Jersey, of German descent; Mary Jarrard was of English parentage. Th ey were parents of twelve children, six boys and six girls-Susan, John, Jo seph, Sallie, Samuel, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Wesley, Cynthia, Jarrard, Wilkin son and Mary-all of whom lived to maturity except Joseph and Mary, he dyi ng of croup at the age of 4, and she dying at 7, probably of king's evi l. Joseph Diltz came to this county in 1808 or 1809, and located whe re he lived to the time of his death, which occurred June 7, 1824, in t he 72d year of his age. He was one of the first settlers of this county, c oming here when the timid deer and turkey went almost unmolested through t he deep forests and dense thickets. Bears were also in abundance, and ga me of every description easily obtained. Our subject was joined in matrimo ny to Cynthia Kennard Nov. 22, 1825. They were parents of nine children, t hree boys and six girls, seven of whom are still living, two little girls- Lavina and Sarah Jane-having died of whooping-cough. Although Mr. Diltz re ceived his education in the old log schoolhouse of his time and was oblig ed to go three miles to attend, he is an intelligent and interesting old g entleman, and furnishes facts with readiness and ease. He has been a farm er all his life, but has now retired from active pursuits. and is enjoyi ng the fruits of his early labors. He and his wife are members of the Meth odist Episcopal Church, with which they have labored for half a centu ry in the cause of the Master.

[DI33603] Name: «tab»Davis Erritt Draper
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»15 Jan 1947
Death Place: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio, United States
Birth Date: «tab»23 Jan 1885
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Clinton Co., Ohio
Death Age: «tab»61 years 11 months 22 days
Gender: «tab»Male
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»Jessie M. Draper
Father's Name: «tab»Elijah E. Draper
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Spurgeon
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace:

[HI33604] (Research):Married second:
Name: «tab»Charles Z. Miller
«tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»28 Sep 1912
Event Place: «tab»Miami County, Ohio
Age: «tab»25
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1887
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»Henry Miller
Father's «tab»
Mother: «tab»Bertha Uligh
Mother's «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Nellie J. Pence
Spouse's «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»20
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1892
Spouse's Father: «tab»Charles Pence
Spouse's Father's «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Sarah Baker
Spouse's Mother's «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»it 27427 p 9
Film Number: «tab»550154
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4260995
Image Number: «tab»9

From Richard Pence 10/31/2005 Her father was:

83522 (OLIVER) SHERMAN PENCE was born - Jan 1868 (1900 census; 1880 and 18 70 indicate birth in 1865) in Ohio; died after 1930 in Springfield, Cla rk County, Ohio; married Rosanna (Rose) Nebergall 18 Dec 1885 in Fayette C ounty, Ohio (she was born in 1879 in Ohio); they were in Jasper Twp, Fayette County, in 1900, Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, in 1910; in 1910 (as S herman O. Pence with wife Rosa and son Dennis R.) In Springfield; in 19 20 they were in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, and his name is giv en as Oliver; in 1930 they were back in Springfield, he as Sherman Penc e; although he used the name Pence, after apparently being adopted by his stepfather H enry Pence, he was actually the son of James M. Lang and Jane Brookover (w hose second marriage was to Henry Pence). Children:

835223 JESSIE M. PENCE was born - Apr 1895 in Ohio.

Henry Pence, the stepfather of Oliver Sherman (Lang) Pence was of the larg e tribe of Pences in Adams County, Ohio.

[DI33604] Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 about Jessie M Draper
Name: «tab»Jessie M Draper
Birth Date: «tab»1895
Birth State: «tab»Ohio
Birth Country: «tab»United States
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Residence City: «tab»Springfield
Residence County: «tab»Clark
Residence state: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»29 Dec 1980
Hospital of Death: «tab»Community Hospital of Springfield
City of Death: «tab»Springfield
County of Death: «tab»Clark
Certificate: «tab»095061
Age at Death: «tab»85
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Social Security Number: «tab»290-18-4629
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed

[NI33605] Married John Earl Patton

[DI33605] Name: Rose E. Patton SSN: 290-07-5624 Last Residence: 45503 Springfield, Clark, Ohio,
Born: 22 Apr 1920 Last Benefit: 45503 Springfield, Clark, Ohio,
Died: 11 Mar 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (Before 1951 )

[HI33606] (Research):Name: Charles Draper SSN: 290-16-2502 Last Residence: 45501 Springfield, Clark, Ohio, United States of Ameri Born: 20 Jun 1923 Died: 4 Aug 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (Before 1951 )

[HI33607] (Research):Name: Jane E. Marsh SSN: 279-22-3143 Last Residence: 45504 Springfield, Clark, Ohio, United States of Ameri Born: 13 Apr 1926 Last Benefit: 43078 Urbana, Champaign, Ohio, United States of America Died: 7 Feb 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (Before 1951 )

[DI33610] Name: «tab»Annise E. Cole
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»05 Apr 1934
Death Place: «tab»Salem, Shelby, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»08 Apr 1854
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Shelby County, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»79 years 11 months 28 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»07 Apr 1934
Burial Place: «tab»Port Jefferson, Ohio
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»Wm Cole
Father's Name: «tab»Isiac Consolover
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Montgomery County, Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Jane Hall
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Shelby County, Ohio
Film Number: «tab»1992994
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4001898
Image Number: «tab»3129
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 26625

[DI33612] Name: «tab»Caroline Mcfarland
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»27 Sep 1925
Death Place: «tab»Adams, Lucas, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1860
Birthplace: «tab»Shelby County, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»65 years 9 months 24 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»American
Street Address: «tab»R/D Route 3 Box 80 ... Rd.
Occupation: «tab»Housewife
Residence: «tab»Adams, Ohio
Burial Date: «tab»30 Sep 1925
Burial Place: «tab»Memorial Park
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»Lewis Mcfarland
Father's Name: «tab»Abraham Consolver
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Bates
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»1992679
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4020559
Image Number: «tab»3188
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 52783

[HI33613] (Research):Is this Cynthia Beck who married Samuel Consolver in Shelby County 2/26/18 83?

[HI33618] (Research):Tombstone Died a 1 O'clock in the morning Remember me as you pass by, as yuou are now so once was I As I am now so you must be, Prepare for death and follow me.

[HI33619] (Research):Record Book 31, Page 410- Filed 8 June 1863- Petition John H. Heaton & Rosamond Heaton, his wife vs Jason Mahan, Guardian of Mary Frances Beaver & Deborah Ann Beaver They charged that Jason owed $1150 for the support, maintenance and cloth ing of the girls from 15 December 1854 to 11 August 1862. Jason, appoint ed as guardian in May 1862, denied the charge of maintenance because the g irls were the children of Rosamond by Henry J. Beaver, her former husban d. At Henry's death, the former guardian, David Beaver, proposed to provi de for the girls, but Rosamond refused and she received an allowance for t heir support. On or about 20 January 1855 the three of them were tak en in by Deborah Mahan, Rosamond's mother, until I April 1858 when they mo ved into the house of Miles Mahan, brother of Rosamond. They lived with Mi les until Rosamond married Heaton in November of 1860. Henry Beaver had be en seized of 96 acres which had been left to his daughters. As Rosamond 's money was used to purchase this land the court found that she was entit led to repayment, dower, rents, issues and Drofits of land for the remaind er of her life.

[HI33622] (Research):Name: Clifford Huston SSN: 268-05-0444 Last Residence: 36535 Foley, Baldwin, Alabama, United States of America Born: 15 Sep 1897 Died: Nov 1966 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (Before 1951 )

[NI33623] Enlisted as a Private on 23 January 1862 at the age of 25 Enlisted in 8th Light Artillery Regiment Ohio on 11 March 1862 Mustered out on 07 August 1865 in Camp Dennison, OH

Enlisted as a Private on 17 April 1861 at the age of 25 Enlisted in Company F, 15th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 27 April 1861 Mustered out on 27 August 1861 Sources: Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio. (OHRoste r) Published in 1886

FEBRUARY 24, 1862 LYMAN l. SIKES, JONATHAN BARD, JACOB RUFNER, JOHN MCcERDEL AND J (ACOB) CO NSOLVER, 8TH INDEPENDENT BATTERY, OHIO VOLUNTEER LIGHT ARTILLERY, CAMP DEN NISON, HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO. To Adjutant General C.P. Buckingham. Letter stating that they had beco me dissatisfied with their Captian (Louis Markgraff) and were requesting t he privelege of a transfer to the 3rd Independent Batter, Ohio Vol. Lig ht Artillery, that Markgraff, other officers and a majority of the m en of the 8th Independent Batter, Oh Vol. Light Artillery were German, th at the command and a principal part of the businss was carried on in Germ, an, that this they were unable to understand, that Markgraff was a very ex citable man and under very ordinary circumstances became entirely beside h imself with tecitement, that under such circumstances, they would not fe el safe under his comman on a field of battle, that they believed that coo lness and decision were the first qualities requisite to a good office a nd they were confident Markgraff did not possess such qualities, that on a ll occasions, Markgraff showed a partiality for his German countrymen, th at there were now some half dozen Germans out on furlough, that when o ne of their number asked for a furlough to go home to see a sick wif e, he was met with a positive refusal, they they had left comfortable hom es at their country's call and taken on the hardships of a soldiers lif e. They are not asking for a release only for a transfer where they cou ld understand the command. 3pp. (Series 147-27:105)

8th Ohio Independent Battery compiled by Larry Stevens

History Organized at Camp Dennison, March 10th, 1862, by Captain Louis Margraf f, it participated at Shiloh, seige of Corinth, Chickasaw Bayou, Arkans as Post, Grand Gulf, Black River Bridge, Raymond, Champion Hill, Vicksbur g, Jackson and the Meridian Expedition. The 8th Battery mustered out at Ca mp Dennison on August 9th, 1865.

Jacob enlisted December 23 1862 in the 15th Ohio Infanty, Company F

15th Ohio Infantry History Organized for three months service, May 4th, 1861, it served in West Virgi nia and was discharged August 1st. The regiment was reorganized for the th ree years service, near Mansfield, in September, by Colonel Moses R. Dicke y, and joined General Buell in Kentucky. It participated in the batt le of Shiloh and the seige of Corinth, and was with Rosecrans at Stone Riv er and Chickamauga. The 15th re-enlisted as veterans, on the 10th of Febru ary, 1864, returned to the field and participated in all of Sherman's batt les in the Atlanta campaign. It moved with Thomas to Nashville and took pa rt in those brilliant victories and then marched to East Tennessee. At t he close of the war the regiment was ordered to Texas and performed arduo us duties in that remote quarter until November, when it returned to Colum bus and mustered out December 27th, 1865. It served four years and eight m onths and lost over 400 men in killed and wounded.

From Dyer's Compendium 15th Regiment Infantry (3 Months). Organized at Columbus, Ohio, April 2 7, 1861. Moved to Zanesville, Ohio, May 8, thence to West Virginia. Du ty on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and operations in the vicinity of Phil ippi, Laurel Hill and Carrick's Ford June 3-July 16. Action at Bowman's Pl ace June 29. Ordered to Columbus, Ohio, and mustered out August 27-31, 186 1. 15th Regiment Infantry (3 Years). Organized at Mansfield, Ohio, Septembe r, 1861. Moved to Camp Dennison, Ohio, September 26, thence to Lexingto n, Ky., October 4. Duty at Camp Nevin, Ky., October 14-December 9, 1861. A ttached to McCook's Command at Nolin October to November, 1861. 6th Brigad e, Army of the Ohio, to December, 1861. 6th Brigade, 2nd Division, Army Oh io, to September, 1862. 6th Brigade, 2nd Division, 1st Army Corps, Army Oh io, to November, 1862. 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, Right Wing 14th Army Cor ps, Army of the Cumberland, to January, 1863. 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, 2 0th Army Corps, Army of the Cumberland, to October, 1863. 1st Brigade, 3 rd Division, 4th Army Corps, to August, 1865. Dept. of Texas to Novembe r, 1865. SERVICE.--Occupation of Munfordsville, Ky., December 10, 1861. Duty at Bac on Creek, Ky., till February 14, 1862. Advance to Bowling Green, Ky., a nd Nashville, Tenn., February 14-March 2. March to Savannah, Tenn., Mar ch 16-April 6. Battle of Shiloh April 6-7. Advance on and siege of Corint h, Miss., April 29-May 30. March to Battle Creek, Ala., June 10-July 18, a nd duty there till August 20. March to Louisville, Ky., in pursuit of Brag g, August 20-September 26. Pursuit of Bragg into Kentucky October 1-15. Ma rch to Nashville, Tenn., October 16-November 7, and duty there till Decemb er 26. Advance on Murfreesboro, Tenn., December 26-30. Battle of Stone's R iver December 30-31, 1862, and January 1-3, 1863. Duty at Murfreesboro ti ll June. Reconnoissance from Murfreesboro March 6-7. Middle Tennessee or T ullahoma Campaign June 22-July 7. Liberty Gap June 22-27. Occupation of Mi ddle Tennessee till August 16. Passage of the Cumberland Mountains and Ten nessee River, and Chickamauga (Ga.) Campaign August 16-September 22. Batt le of Chickamauga September 19-20. Siege of Chattanooga, Tenn., Septemb er 24-November 23. Chattanooga-Ringgold Campaign November 23-27. Orchard K nob November 23-24. Mission Ridge November 25. Pursuit to Graysville Novem ber 26-27. March to relief of Knoxville, Tenn., November 28-December 8. Op erations in East Tennessee till February, 1864. At Cleveland, Tenn., ti ll April. Atlanta (Ga.) Campaign May 1-September 8. Demonstrations on Roc ky Face Ridge and Dalton May 8-13. Battle of Resaca May 14-15. Adairsvil le May 17. Near Kingston May 18-19. Near Cassville May 19. Advance on Dall as May 22-25. Operations on line of Pumpkin Vine Creek and battles about D allas, New Hope Church and Allatoona Hills May 25-June 5. Pickett's Mil ls May 27. Operations about Marietta and against Kenesaw Mountain June 10- July 2. Pine Hill June 11-14. Lost Mountain June 15-17. Assault on Kenes aw June 27. Ruff's Station July 4. Chattahoochie River July 5-17. Peach Tr ee Creek July 19-20. Siege of Atlanta July 22-August 25. Flank moveme nt on Jonesboro August 25-30. Battle of Jonesboro August 31-September 1. L ovejoy Station September 2-6. Operations against Hood in North Georgia a nd North Alabama September 29-November 3. Nashville Campaign November-Dece mber. Columbia, Duck River, November 24-27. Battle of Franklin November 3 0. Battle of Nashville December 15-16. Pursuit of Hood to the Tennessee Ri ver December 17-28. Camp at Bird Springs, Ala., till March, 1865. Operatio ns in East Tennessee March 15-April 22. At Nashville, Tenn., till June. Mo ved to New Orleans, La., June 16, thence to Texas. Duty at Green Lake ti ll August 10, and at San Antonio till November. Mustered out November 2 1, 1865. Reached Columbus, Ohio, December 25, and discharged from servi ce December 27, 1865. Regiment lost during service 7 Officers and 172 Enli sted men killed and mortally wounded and 1 Officer and 135 Enlisted m en by disease. Total 315.

[DI33624] Name: «tab»Louis A Mcfarland
Death Date: «tab»07 Jan 1932
Death Place: «tab»Lake, Wood, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»10 Aug 1856
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Sidney, O.
Death Age: «tab»75 years 4 months 27 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»American
Street Address: «tab»Sanders Road
Occupation: «tab»Farmer-Retired
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»09 Jan 1932
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Memorial Park
Spouse's Name: «tab»Carolin Consolver
Father's Name: «tab»John Mcfarland
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Hall
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»1992774
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4001868
Image Number: «tab»1858
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 75899

[HI33626] (Research):1880 Census Place:Salem, Shelby, Ohio Source:FHL Film 1255066 National Archives Film T9-1066 Page 21 9D RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace Eli BENNETTSelfMMW53OH Occ:FarmerFa: OHMo: OH Margaret BENNETTWifeFMW54OH Occ:Keeping HouseFa: MDMo: MD Caroline BENNETTDauFSW13OH Fa: OHMo: OH

[DI33626] Name: «tab»Callie Shields
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»23 Apr 1946
Death Place: «tab»Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United States
Birth Date: «tab»18 Feb 1867
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Port Jefferson, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»79 years 2 months 5 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»Charles Shields
Father's Name: «tab»Eli Bennett
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Gunp
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»2372807
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4073028
Image Number: «tab»00349
Certificate Number: «tab»25111

[HI33629] (Research):"CUMBERLAND PARISH VESTRY BOOK 1746-1816 29 NOV 1755 - TO MRS. SARAH GILL FOR KEEPING JOHN CONSOLVER FOR A YEA R. TO JOHN JENNINGS FOR KEEPING JOHN CONSOLVER THIS PAST YEAR."

John as age 27 Pri Buford's Dtm also as Private in Capt. Johnson''s Compan y, 6th VA Regt 2 Feb 1776 thru 32 May 1777 and with Capt. John STOKES ( could be one of my relatives) - Col. Christain FEBEGER 2nd VA Regt. He w as awarded pension in year 1781, having lost right arm and left hand at B attle of Waxhaws, SC. Then also pensioned by Fed Gov 1889. Lived in Bedfo rd Co. 1782 but moved to Washington Co., VA later where he died.

Another note I have shows "Invalid Pensioners Paid by VA Agency" John CONS OLVER Pri. $60 9-4-1789 Paid under Law 6-7-1783 (Dead) Pension ed in VA 1781 and by Fed Govt 1789. In Bedford Co., VA in 1792, later mov ed to Washington Co., VA.

Military records, Virginia In The Revolution and War of 1812, pg1412 John Consolver, Petition of John Consolver a soldier who was disabled by w ounds received in the war that he may receive greater pension; that all al lowance made to him is inadequate for his support; Jonr, House of DEL, 179 7/S P31. The Lib. list of Rev soldeirs, 1912, Pg 109 gives references f or John Colove, also Charles and Micajah Consolver.

Index to Rev War Pension Applications John Consolver, N.J. R2234

From the Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution by John Gwat hmey (1979), pg. 174 & 175: Note: CL=Continental Line Virginia Regiment # Note: E=Index of Rev. Records in Virginia State Archives Note: Consalver, John (Consolver) 2 CL, 6 CL. Note: Consalver, John, Pvt., invalid pension list. Note: Conselvant, Charles (Consolvent) 6 CL. Note: Consolvant, Charles (Consolvent) 6 CL, 10 CL. Note: Consolvar, John, WD. Note: Consolven, Charles (Consolvent, 6 CL. Note: Consolvent, Charles, 6 CL. Note: Consolver, Charles (Consolvent) 6 CL, also Consolvin. Note: Consolver, John, 2 CL, E. Note: Consolver, John, 2 CL, 6 CL. Note: Consolver, Micajah, E. Note: Consolvint, Charles (Consolvent) 6 CL. Note: Consolvo, Jonathan, E. Note: Consolvor, John (Consolver) 6 CL.

Jonathan Consolver was literate (there is a remarkable signature for a one -armed, handless man), and his name is consistently spelled that way in t he tax lists of Bedford Co, VA for 1782, 1785, 1787-1791, 1794, 1796-179 9, 1801, 1803-1807, and in the tax lists of Washington Co, VA for 1809. T he same spelling is used in his Rev War service record (2/15/1776-5/29/17 80 6th VA Regt, consolidated into 2nd VA Regt) and in his pension record ( except one payment record as John Consolvo). His presence in Bedford County, VA is attested as early as 10/21/1779, when he posted bond for the marr iage of Samuel Woodward and Celia Brown. A letter from A D Hiller, Execut ive Assistant to the Administrator, US Archives, to Wythe Leigh Kinsolvin g, dated 4/14/1938, states that John Consolver died before 3/4/1810. Virg inia printed up lists of Revolutionary War pensioners at various dates, a nd there are extant lists for Jan 1787 and Dec 1788. Both list Jonathan C onsolver as age 27. I have estimated his age under the assumption that t he age given in these lists refers to the beginning of his pension (Dec 17 80). Bedford Co VA records show Jonathan Consolver married Milley Robins on (or Robertson) 4/8/1794. Milley Consolver appears as a widow on the t ax list of Washington Co VA 1810, and as head of a household in the 1810 c ensus of Washington Co VA p750.

You can see the notes we have compiled at https://sites.rootsweb.com/~genepoo l/consolver-notes.htm Joanne (Todd) Rabun Email: joannerabun@comcast.net https://sites.rootsweb.com/~genepool https://sites.rootsweb.com/~quakers

[HI33630] (Research):1860 census Clark County, Ohio Household #35/ Family #38 German twp... Pa ge 495 Lewis Thomas age 29 Farmer $560 real estate value /$ 400 personal estate v alue, born Ohio Sarah age 21born Ohio George age 2 born Ohio Abram age 1 born Ohio Isaac Thomas age 43 Carpenter Pennsylvania

1870 census German Twp., Clark County, Ohio page 59 THOMAS, Lewis age 39 M W Farmer $1800 real estate/ $636 personal, bo rn Ohio Sarah age 32 F W Keeping House born Ohio George age 12 M W At Home born Ohio Abraham age 10 M W At Home born Ohio Charles age 09 M W At Home born Ohio John B. age 06 M W At Home born Ohio William age 04 M W At Home born Ohio Peter (born in Nov) age 6/12 M W At Home born Ohio Isaac age 57 M W Farm Laborer born Pennylvania (Isaac was the brother of Lewis)

(Living next door to his widowed mother) THOMAS, Elizabeth age 58 F W Keeping House $5500 real estate/ $200 per sonal born Pennsylvania James age 24 M W Farmer $440 personal, born Ohio Alice age 21 F W At Home born Ohio Hannah age 18 F W At Home born Ohio Rebecca age 15 F W At Home born Ohio

1880 census German twp.., Clark County, Ohio Vol. 8 ED 35 sheet 5 line 4 Lewis THOMAS age 48, born Ohio, Occ: Farmer, Parents born Pennsylvania Sarah THOMAS, Wife, age 41, born Ohio, Occ: Keeping House, parents born Vi rginia Chas. A. THOMAS, Son, age 18, born Ohio, Occ: Farm Laborer Jno. B. THOMAS, Son, age 15, born Ohio, Occ: At Home Wm. R. THOMAS, Son, age 13, born Ohio Occ: At Home Peter G. THOMAS, Son, age 11, born Ohio, Occ: At Home Steven A. THOMAS, Son, age 8, born Ohio Olover L. THOMAS, Son, age 5, born Ohio

1900 census Clark County German twp., Ohio Vol. 17 E.D. 3 Sheet 2 Line 7 Lewis Thomas, born April 1831 Ohio, age 69, married 43 years, Parents bo rn Pennsylvania, A truck farmer Sarah J., wife, born June 1838 Ohio, age 61, Mother of 8 children - 8 livi ng Oliver L., son, born January 1875 Ohio, age 25

1903 RR 2 Rural Directory, Springfield, Clark County, Ohio Thomas, Lewis, Mrs. Sarah J., Oliver L.

Springfield News Wednesday January 10, 1906 Louis Thomas, farmer, died Wednesday morning at Columbus. Body will arri ve here Wednesday evening at 5:15 o'clock and will be taken to his ho me 4 1/2 miles northwest of the city, on the Troy pike. Funeral announceme nt later.

Roller-Vale Cemetery Springfield Township, Clark County, Ohio On the we st side of Vale Road, between New Carlise Road and Sintz Road Thomas, Lewis 4/11/1831 - 1/10/1906 Thomas, Sarah J. 6/15/1838 - 8/21/1915 wife of Lewis Maternal ancestry for Lewis According to "A Genealogy of the VALE and GARRETSON Descendants" by Lydia Anne Vale Leffler, n.pub, housed at the Wilmington College Library, Wilmington,Ohio

Thanks to Tom Deam for compiling the family history on each of Lewis a nd Sarah Thomas's sons. Ercel Heafey Thomas supplied the information to To m. Thansk to Marilyn Hanson for forwrding the information from them

[HI33634] (Research):Ohio 1910 Census Miracode Index Record Name: Earl E Callison Birthplace: Ohio State: OH Age: 32 Color: W Enumeration District: 0013 Visit: 0084 County: Clark Relation: Head of Household Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place Wife Hettie 37 Ohio Son Robert S 07 Ohio Son Harold F 04 Ohio Daughter Beulah E 01 Ohio

[HI33635] (Research):Name : Hettie B. Callison Titles : Death date : 02 Jan 1922 Death place : Springfield, Clarke, Ohio Birth date : 13 Nov 1871 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Clarke Co., Ohio Age at death : 49 years 1 month 19 days Gender : Female Marital status : Married Race or color : Caucasian Street address : 121 S. Western Av. Occupation : Housekeeper Residence : Burial date : 04 Jan 1922 Burial place : Cemetery name : Lawrenceville Cem. Spouse name : Earl E. Callison Father name : Harvey G. Stephensen Father titles : Father birth place : Clarke Co., Ohio Mother name : Annie Dillaham Mother titles : Mother birth place : Maryland GSU film number : 1991862 Digital GS number : 4022266 Image number : 621 Certificate number : fn 519 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI33641] (Research):HARTMAN ALBERT J County Name: CLARK Date of Death: 9/22/1916 Volume Number: 2036 Certificate Number: 54018

[HI33643] (Research):TOmbstone DOB 11/7/1870

[HI33645] (Research):OVERHOLSER NORA L County Name: CLARK Date of Death: 5/8/ Volume Number: 5985 Certificate Number: 32470

[BI33645] Name: «tab»Nora Sunella Hartman
Gender: «tab»Female
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»15 Sep 1874
Birthplace: «tab»German, Clark, Ohio
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»Lewis Hartman
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Mary S. Metz
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C04010-4
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»466657
Reference Number: «tab»v 1 p 248

[DI33645] Name: «tab»Nora L. Overholser
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»08 May 1929
Death Place: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»15 Oct 1872
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Lawrenceville, Clark Co., O.
Death Age: «tab»54 years 6 months 23 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»644 N.Fountain Ave.
Occupation: «tab»Housewife
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»11 May 1929
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Rosehill Memorial Park
Spouse's Name: «tab»Alden E. Overholser
Father's Name: «tab»Lewis Hartman
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Lawrenceville, O.
Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Metz
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Sprfld., O., R.D.
Film Number: «tab»1991872
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4022267
Image Number: «tab»990
Certificate Number: «tab»cn 32470

[HI33650] (Research):champaign Co, Newspaper Abstracts 2/18/1909 The angel of death visited another home in North hampton, Saturday eveni ng and took Robert Callison. He had fallen and broke his shoulder, this a nd kidney trouble had confined him to bed for the last month. He lived wi th his grandson, E E Callison. He was 85 years old.

[HI33651] (Research):Father: Michael North Mother: Mary P. Tracy

[HI33652] (Research):Marriage certificate Brooklyn New York Archives #3495 of June 21, 1899. David Franklin Callison, 40 yrs old, born in Ohio. His father was Rober t, Mother: Alice North. He lived on Bridge St. in Brooklyn. It is his 2 nd marriage. Sara Jeannette Thayer, It is also her 2nd marriage. Her maiden name was Tu rguand (a little hard to read). Her mother was Sarah J. Blew and there w as no father listed. She was 39 years old. The witnesses were Eva and Joseph Holland.

Borough of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York 1900 census ED 437, sht 13, l ine 36 June 11, 1900 David F. Callison, Dec 1857, age 42, married within the year, born Ohio, p arents born Ohio, occupation looks like mgr. suit dept., owned home with m ortgage Sarah J., wife, July 1861, age 38, mother of 3 children, 1 living, she a nd parents born NJ. Arthur Thayer, unable to read relationship, Aug 1877, age 22, single, N Y, Wisconsin, NJ, wholesale grocer

1908 BROOKLYN DEATH INDEX Surname "C" LDS Film #1324915 Callison, David 49y June 26 #12531

[HI33653] (Research):Jeff Coy from this line has a note that Mila married later to Herb Smith a nd had a daughter Francis.

[HI33654] (Research):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 Jackson Twp- Harry E Barnes

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) Harry Barnes attended 58 days absent 0

[NI33655] Name: «tab»David E Cutshall
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»15 May 1931
Event Place: «tab»Clark County, Ohio
Age: «tab»63
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1868
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»David Cutshall
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Mary Baker
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Catherine Hine Pierce
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»51
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1880
Spouse's Father: «tab»Charles Hine
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Elizabeth Miller
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»Clk, OH Vol34CN20435
Film Number: «tab»466638
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4016778
Image Number: «tab»665

[HI33655] (Research): John R. BAKER Self M Male W 72 VA Farmer VA VA Sarah BAKER Wife M Female W 66 PA Keeping Hou James BAKER Son S Male W 23 OH Farmer VA PA David CUTSHALL GSon S Male W 13 OH At School VA OH Census Place Springfield, Clarke, Ohio 1880 Family History Library Fi lm 1254999
NA Film Number T9-0999 Page Number 220A

[DI33655] Name: «tab»David E. Cutshall
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»25 Feb 1932
Death Place: «tab»Springfield, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»25 Jan 1868
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Springfield, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»64 years 1 month
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»211 S. Western Ave.
Occupation: «tab»Molder
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»27 Feb 1932
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Ferncliff
Spouse's Name: «tab»Catherine Cutshall
Father's Name: «tab»Ezra Cutshall
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Mollie Baker
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Film Number: «tab»1992567
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4001564
Image Number: «tab»1135
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 7091

[HI33658] (Research):Name: HUGH N MOHR Gender: Male Date of Death: August 27, 1963 Volume: 17373 Certificate: 58505 Marital Status: Married Place of Death: Springfield, Clark County Race: White Residence: Dayton, Montgomery County Age: 68

[BI33658] Name: «tab»Hugh Newell Mohr
Gender: «tab»Male
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»08 Apr 1895
Birthplace: «tab»Harrison Tp., Logan, Ohio
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»Samuel E. Mohr
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Addie May Newell
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C04041-5
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»534832
Reference Number: «tab»v 3 p 99

[NI33660] Beers Bio pg 733 BENONI BARNS, retired farmer; P. O. St. Paris. To the gentleman whose na me appears above, we are pleased to give space in the pages of this wor k. He is one among the oldest natives and continuous residents of the coun ty, now living, having been 75 years old the 25th of March last (1830). H is grandfather, Robert Barns, was of Irish descent, and came from Kentuc ky to this State about 1803. He settled in Champaign Co., near its prese nt southern limit. Benoni was raised a farmer, and lived with an uncle ti ll 31 years of age. His uncle aided him in procuring eighty acres of wi ld land, which he set to work to improve. He had about thirty acres clear ed and a brick house erected, when, in 1834, he traded it for the east eig hty of his present farm. He then purchased the eighty west of him, and bui lt a saw-mill on Chapman's Creek, which runs through his land. For about t wenty-seven years he ran the mill in connection with his farm. At one ti me he owned about five hundred acres of land, but distributed all but abo ut one hundred and forty-five among his children. In 1826, April 15, he ma rried Sarah Latta. She was born in the eastern part of this State, Ju ne 3, 1809. This union has lasted for more than fifty-four years, and h as been blessed with four children-Margaret L, Levi C., Johnson L. and Isa bella O. Mrs. Barns is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
In 1826, Benoni lived with an Uncle Levi Rouse & Aunt Sarah Barnes Rouse u ntil he was 21 years of age. Before 1834, Benoni had cleared about 30 acre s, and built a brick house. In 1834, he moved to St. Paris, Post Office di strict, where he built a saw-mill on Chapmans Creek. At one time he own ed about 500 acres of land. He distributed all but 145 acres to his childr en prior to 1880. On 19 February 1836, Benoni was named Executor of the Wi ll of his Uncle-in-law Levi Rouse. On 20 April 1843, Benoni and Sarah Barn es, and Sarah Rouse, sold land in Mad River Township to George Leonard f or $2,000.

[HI33660] (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 11To wn of St Paris (St Paris Platted by David Huffman 21 Sep 1831) (There a re several books for lot numbers in St Paris and not all transactions a re represented by this transcription) Lot ? 10/13/1865 David Himmelberger to Benoni Barnes, 4.425 acres Bk 37 Pg 379 Lot ? 4/20/1866 Benoni Barnes to Daniel Bodey, 4.425 acres Bk 37 Pg380

[HI33662] (Research):Beers bio pg 733 L. C. BARNS, farmer, P. O. St. Paris; was born in Mad River Township, De c. 25, 1830. He is a son of Benoni Barns. He was raised a farmer and has a lways been engaged in agricultural pursuits, owning at the present, 230 ac res of land. On the 16th of March 1851, he was united in marriage with Pau lina Stephenson. She is a native of Greene Co., Ohio, born Oct. 20, 183 1. To this union three children have been given-Charles F., born Dec. 8, 1 852. ; Edward L., born Sept. 8, 1854 ; Sarah E., born Dec. 4, 1856, and de parted this life July 1, 1861. Charles F. is a member of the M. E. Church.

[HI33667] (Research):Myrtle Tree Church Records (Organized 4/24/1830) Covers period 4/24/1830- 2/23/1850 CCGS Newsletter Spring 1998 pg24 Received 10/23/1841 Daniel Groves, diss by letter 3/22/1851 Polly Goves, same

[HI33668] (Research):Record Book 36, Page 281 — Filed 28 January 1873 — Petition for Partiti on John D. Cranston vs George A. Cranston et al Phebe A. Johnson died in March 1871 seized of an undivided half of a store house and In—Lot Number 26 in Woodstock. The estate was divided into 23 po rtions and each of the following received a share: Phebe A. Johnson (daugh ter of Stephen Cranston); James Cranston; Julius Cranston; Stephen Cranst on and Edwin R. Cranston (all nephews of Stephen Cranston); Mary Ann Johns on; Dolly Robinson; Feleg Cranston; John Cranston; Lucius Cranston; A nn B. Cranston (daughter of John Cranston); Warren Cranston; Samuel Cranst on; Edward Cranston; William Cranston; Lizzie Brooks and Phebe Breyman (da ughters of Ephriam Cranston); Joseph Cranston; Charles Cranston; Phebe McD onald; Lucy McDonald and John Cranston.

PG 23PHEBE MW JOHNSONPROBATED 27 MAR 1871 WOO DSTOCK Niece Phebe Ann Benton, dau of Stephen Cranston $500; neps George A, Jame s, Julius, Stephen and Edwin R Cranston [sons of Stephen C Cranston] $3 00 each. Mary Ann Johnson, Peleg, John, and Lucius Cranston, Dolly Robins on $300 each. Ann B Cranston [dau of John Cranston] $500; Warren, Samuel, Edward, William Cranston [sons of Ephraim Cranston and Lizzie Brooks [d au of Ephraim Cranston] $300 each. Phebe Cranston, [dau of Ephraim Cransto n] $500. Josephine and Charles Cranston $300 each. Phebe McDonald $300, al so mentions Lucy Moore. John D Cranston and Peleg Cranston executors Witness:J S Crawford C W Clarkwill signed 1 Feb 1869 134


The marriage records in Champaign Co OH Dec 1840 was Mary Ann Cranst on to Joseph Johnston, Jr. The 1850 Census, could not find Phoebe or Mary Ann. The Joseph Johnson w as from Rhode ISland, but his wifes name was Lydia. No Phoebe was found in 1860

[DI33669] Mt Plesant Baptist Church Minutes say she died 3/1/1847

[XI33669] It is in the mausoleum. Not even out in the cemetery anymore.So sometime after Denise read the cemetery the marker was put in the mausoleum and is in very bad condition.

[HI33674] (Research):Champaign County Guardianship pg87 2/24/1860 Jacob Pence, gdn of Jose ph T Northcutt, 18 yr 23 Aug 1859; heir of Lucinda Northcutt, dec'd. Surit ies Elias Stover and William Patrick

Third Ohio Volunteer Cavalry Co.G during the Civil War. His last known add ress was Urbana, OH.

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 Nov 1873 Quitclaim from J P Northcutt to Mary A Richardson, 25.3 a c, .5 ac, 9.44 ac Bk46Pg592

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 To wn of St Paris (St Paris Platted by David Huffman 21 Sep 1831) (There a re several books for lot numbers in St Paris and not all transactions a re represented by this transcription) Lot? 11/3/1900 Quitclaim from John H Miller to Joseph P Northcutt, 100 pol es. Bk83Pg578 Lot? 5/21/1903 Quitclaim from Samuel Bollinger to Joseph P Northcutt, 1 00 poles Bk86Pg82 Lot? 6/30/1903 Joseph P Northcutt to Augusta Northcutt, 100 poles. Bk 86 P g83

By Champaign Co Genealogical Society, Champaign Co, OH-St Paris Newpaper A bstracts-1877-1911, (June 2000). pg 1 1/18/1877 Joseph Northcutt has retu rned to St Paris after an absence of eighteen months

3rd Ohio Calvary Co G enlisted 9 Sep 1861 age 20 discharged 20 Feb 18 63 on surgeon's certificate of disability.

St Paris Precinct Toll Book Nov 2 1880 CCGS Newsletter Spring 1992 pg 33 J P Northcutt

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: Judge Northcutt: flintlock gun

[DI33674] Name: «tab»Joseph P. Northcutt
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»09 Apr 1922
Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»23 Aug 1841
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Death Age: «tab»80 years 7 months 17 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»510 S. Main
Occupation: «tab»Law Business
Residence: «tab»Urbana, Champaign
Burial Date: «tab»12 Apr 1922
Burial Place: «tab»Evergreen, St. Paris
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»Gusta Northcutt
Father's Name: «tab»Runian L. Northcutt
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ky.
Mother's Name: «tab»Lucinda Pense
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Film Number: «tab»1991916
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4022357
Image Number: «tab»611
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 20665

[DI33676] ame: «tab»James William Dick
Death Date: «tab»10 Nov 1923
Death Place: «tab»Johnson, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»06 Jul 1855
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Shelby County, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»68 years 4 months 4 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Laborer
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»13 Nov 1923
Burial Place: «tab»St. Paris
Cemetery Name: «tab»Evergreen Cemetery
Spouse's Name: «tab»Eliza Dick
Father's Name: «tab»Jno. P. Dick
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Maryland
Mother's Name: «tab»Dianne Marshall
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Maryland
Film Number: «tab»1992394
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4000581
Image Number: «tab»2857
Undated news article from collection of Denise Kay Mahan Moore
William Dick, farmer, living north of St Paris, on the Frank Poorman farm, died at his home Sat evening, at the age of sixty-eight years, following an illness of a few days from acute cerebral hemorrhage. Mr Dick was the son of John and Dianna Dick and was born near Sidney, OH. Mr Dicks first marrige was to Miss Elizabeth Evertee and to this was born two daughters, Mrs Maude Kite and Mrs Boinne Chapman of Dayton, and one son John Dick of Sidney who survives. The second marriage was to Miss Ella Buirley, who with one sister, Mrs Sarah Gorsuch of Fletcher, and two brothers, Jacob Dick of Lena and Frank Dick of Dayton survive. The funeral services were held from the Reformed Church Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock with Rev Mathew Wortham in charge. Burial was made in Evergreen Cemetery with Rev Bert R Richeson in charge.

[DI33677] Name: «tab»Alexa Duncan
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»11 Feb 1933
Death Place: «tab»Dayton, Montgomery Co., Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»22 Aug 1851
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Iberdeenshire, Scotland
Death Age: «tab»81 years 5 months 19 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»South Main St.
Occupation: «tab»Housework
Residence: «tab»Urbana, O.
Burial Date: «tab»14 Feb 1933
Burial Place: «tab»Urbana, O.
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»James Duncan
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Iberdeenshire, Scotland
Mother's Name: «tab»Isabelle Stuart
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Iberdeenshire, Scotland
Film Number: «tab»1992868
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4001872

[NI33681] Md first Bethia Bartz 6/11/1816 Rockingham Co, VA, who was the mother of children attached.

[HI33681] (Research):Champaign Co- A Centennial Biographical History of Champaign Co, Ohio - 1902, (New York and Chicago The Lewis Publishing Co, 1902), pg677 son of Wi lliam Pickering and Miss Woodley

[HI33682] (Research):d/o Henry Cowen

six childre who all grew to maturity

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