__ | |--Mary M. | |__
__ | |--Rebecca | |__
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 1741
HELLER, Thomas, 28y farmer b PA
", Rebecca, 25y b PA, can't read or write
", Rebecca, 65y b PA
", John, 33y shoemaker b PA, can't read or write
_Elias ALSPACH _____+ | |--Elias ALSPACH | |_Mahala WHITEHURST _+
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1744
ALSPACH, Elias 28y farmer b OH
", Mahala 27y b OH
", Adeline 10y b OH
", Angeline 9y b OH
", Agnes 7y b OH
", Theodore 5y b OH
", Levina 3y b OH
", Elias 1y b OH
_George W. ALSPACH _+ | |--Elizabeth ALSPACH | |_Elizabeth ZOLL ____+
 NAME/DOB/PARENTAGE: Via email from Arlene Zoll McLennan, November 2000.
_Daniel ARNOLD __+ | |--Elmira Catherine ARNOLD | |_Lovina BENEDUM _
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 265. Years only.
DOM/POM: IGI Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages 1869-1880; Batch M514353.
Names shown as William Long and Almira C. Arnold.
DOD/POD: Online Ohio Historical Society death index. Name listed as Elmira C. Long. Date of death listed as: 4//1929 (number for day missing)
DOB/POB/MAIDEN NAME/DOM: "On the 24th of August, 1871, Mr. Long was united in marriage to Miss Elmira Arnold, who was born in Pennsylvania in September, 1852." HISTORY OF COLUMBUS AND FRANKLIN COUNTY, OHIO, Vol. 1, William Alexander Taylor, Chicago: S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1909, p 322.
"Daniel Arnold and wife occupied the next building during most of his life.
On the corner of the same lot he had his tailoring establishment. This was
torn down in 1868 to save it from the Pinney fire, but was rebuilt. There
were a daughter and two sons in the family of near my own age. The eldest
son, Howard, died before reaching manhood. Peter, the younger, is still
living at Marcy, and is hale and hearty. The daughter, Elmira, married
William Long, a prominent farmer and at one time trustee of Madison Township
in the neighboring county of Franklin.", "THE VILLAGE. MEMORIES OF
LITHOPOLIS", John Bartram Kramer, August 1936, p 29a.
CENSUS: 1860 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 352/340
ARNOLD, Daniel, 33y tailer b PA
", Lavina 30y b PA
", Howard E., 10y b PA
", Elmira C. 7y b PA
", Peter J. 4y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 60
ARNOLD, Daniel, 43y tailor b PA, $1500 real estate, $500 personal estate
", Lavina, 41y keeping house b PA
", Almira, 17y helps mother b PA
", Peter, 15y attending school b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Madison Twp., Franklin Co.,m OH; visitation 27/27
LONG, William, 36? y farmer b OH
", Elmira C., 27y wife keeping house b OH
", George F., 5y son works on farm b OH
DOWLER, John W., 24y works on farm b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; sheet 7B
LONG, William, head, b Jan 1849, 51y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Elmira C., wife b Sep 1852, 47y b PA, parents b PA, had 7 ch 3 living,
", Abbie E., dau b Mar 1881, 19y b OH
", Lizzie L., dau b June 1883, 16y b OH
OBIT: Mother of Lithopolis Man Succumbs Tuesday - Mrs. Elmira Long, 76, mother of Mrs. Charles Oyler, 431 Inka Ave., Columbus, died Tuesday at her daughter's home. Funeral services will be held at the residence at 8:45 p.m. Thursday. Services also will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday in the Lithopolis Lutheran Church. Burial will be at Lithopolis. Another daughter, Mrs. Abbie Holder, Ashville, and a son, George Long, Lithopolis, also survive. [Lancaster Daily Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, April 3, 1929]
OBIT: Dies in Columbus. Mrs. Elmira Long, 76, mother of Mrs. Abbie Holder, Ashville, and George Long, Lithopolis, died Tuesday at the home of a daughter Mrs. Charles Oyler, 43- Iuka Ave., Columbus. The funeral services will be held there at --- Thursday and at the Lithopolis Lutheran Church at 10:30 a.m. Friday. Burial will be in Lithopolis cemetery. [The Circleville Herald, Circleville, Ohio, April 3, 1929]
Death certificate image. Elmira Catherine Long died Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, April 2, 1929, aged 76y 6m 2d, widow of William Long. Born Sep 30, 1852 in PA to Danel Arnold b PA and Lovina Benadum b PA. Informant was Geo. Long of Lithopolis. Buried Lithopolis March 4.
_Jacob BAUGHER _________ | |--Catherine BACHER | |_Maria Barbara KISTLER _
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Greenfield Township, Fairfield Co., Ohio", Fairfield County Gen. Society, 1988, p 6. DOB figured from age at death; 82y 5m 27d. "wife of D." Notation in book says that "these are separate stones but the stones are set into the same foundation".
DOM: "Ye Ancient Swains", online info at Fairfield Co., Ohio GenWeb website.
Names listed as Kitty Bochert and Daniel Wurlumoot.
CENSUS: 1850 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 340
WILDEMUTH, Daniel 63y farmer b PA
", Catherine 60y b PA
FEEMAN, Elizabeth 12y b OH
SCHNIDER, Flena? 22y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 1282
WILDERMUTH, Daniel, 72y farmer b PA
", Catharine 69y b PA
"One of my most exciting finds were the estate papers listing the heirs of Lydia Baugher - the unmarried daughter of Jacob C. Baugher (wife was Maria Barbara Kistler), who with his wife and children moved from Lehigh or Hampton Co., PA to Fairfield Co. about 1813 (possibly earlier). When Lydia Baugher died in 1872, her parents and all of her siblings were already dead. She names as her heirs all of the living children and grandchildren of four brothers and one sister." [Barbara Goddard, ancestry.com message boards, Aug. 2004]
Heirs of Catherine were listed as:
Schedule C - Heirs of Catharine Wildermuth, decd.
1. Wm. Wildermuth
2. Danl. Wildermuth
3. Solomon Wildermuth
4. John Wildermuth
5. Heirs of Hannah Weist
a. Sarah A. Sitterly
b. Mary Shell
c. Catharine Brandt
d. Alexis Hannah
6. Heirs of Mary Wagner, decd.
a. Mary Ann Feeman
b. Jno W. Wagner
c. Caroline Meeker
d. Levi Wagner
e. Heirs of Lydia McNeill
1. Wm. McNeill
2. Parley L. McNeill
3. Saml. O. McNeill
4. Ida B. McNeill
7. Elizabeth Snider, decd.
__ | |--Martha S. BLAKELY | |__
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Martha S. Peer, full dates, buried 1st addition, lot 170, grave 2. Next of kin listed as George Peer, husband. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 291.
CENSUS: 1880 Stanton Twp., Champaign Co., IL, ED 26 P 14B
PEER, Geo. E., 33y farmer b OH, parents b OH
", Martha S. 30y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Leo G., 11y son at home b OH
BLAKELY, Hattie, 15y servant, at home b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Urbana, Champaign Co., IL; ED 32 SH 12B
PEER, George E., head, b Aug 1847, 53y b OH, fa b NY, ma b VA, landlord, mar.
", Martha S., wife b May/Mar 1850, 50y b OH, parents b OH, had 5 ch 3 living
", Ivan, son b Feb 1889 11y b IL, at school.
NOTE: There's a Martha S. Peer who died in Franklin Co. Sep. 4, 1915.
__ | |--Linda BOTHELL | |__
1999 - "Pastor Linda Foor and her husband, Robert, had weekend guests this past week. Two seminary students from the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary stayed with them. The two students attended the Sunday morning service at the Nichols Christian Church and planned to attend a worship service in Muscatine. The Rev. Dien is from Nigeria, Africa. He is a pastor in Nigeria, serving five churches and ministering to an estimated 1,000 people. He travels between his churches by car or motorcycle. He had an unfortunate experience with ice in Dubuque this past winter. He slipped and fell and broke both wrists. One wrist is completely healed but the other is only partially healed." [West Liberty newspaper, West Liberty, IA, April 1, 1999].
1999 - "A farewell potluck dinner for Pastor Linda Foor will be held Sunday, May 2, 11:30 a.m. at the Nichols Christian Church. Pastor Foor will be doing her clinical pastoral education program this summer at Genesis East Hospital in Davenport. Pastor Foor felt this was an intensive program and she could not do justice to both the clinical education and her church ministry. An open invitation is extended to any who would like to extend good wishes to Pastor Foor." [West Liberty newspaper, West Liberty, IA, Apr. 29, 1999]
2000 - "Linda Bothell Foor is now the Christian Education Youth Director at First Church United. She is very close to finishing school and being an ordained minister. She and her husband Bob live in Muscatine." [West Liberty Newspaper, West Liberty, IA, Sept 6, 2000]
2001 - "Members of the Kiwala Chime Choir and a number of other members of First Church United went to Muscatine Sunday afternoon for the service of Ordination of Linda Bothell Foor. The choir sang with the Christian Church choir and the Chime Choir took part in the service at the First Christian Church on Kindler Avenue in Muscatine." [West Liberty newspaper, West Liberty, IA, Jan. 11, 2001].
2002 - Article talks about the 60th wedding anniversary of Floyd and Barbara Bothell. They had 5 ch; one being Rev. Linda (Bob) Foor of Muscatine. [West Liberty newspaper, West Liberty, IA, Jan. 10, 2002].
The following is an excerpt of an article published in the Muscatine Journal, July 31, 2001:
The Rev. Linda Foor, 52, and retired Wilton High School teacher Bob Foor, 58, were married five years when her life took a new direction.
Before her career change, Linda Foor was secretary to the late Max Stanley of Stan-ley Consultants. She then worked with his son David Stanley as office manager/ administrative assistant for E and M Charities.
Her husband said her willingness to take a significant pay cut and embark on a new education evidenced her commitment.
Bob Foor came from a Missouri Synod Lutheran background where there weren't women in the pulpit.
But his years as a teacher and volunteer coach gave him a different perspective.
"I was a girls' coach in golf and basketball and I know women can do things as well as men," he said.
Bob Foor continued teaching school in Wilton as his wife commuted to the University of Dubuque for four and a half years to complete her seminary degree.
She was ordained in January 2001 and now serves as Christian education director/ youth pastor at First Church United in West Liberty.
Bob Foor said he discovered another dimension to a wife he thought of as "quiet."
He found her congregational addresses forthright and thought provoking.
"Just as she has never been with me in the classroom, I'd never seen her in the pulpit," he said. "You don't always see the professional side of your spouse."
Jim Renfro said he was moved the first time he heard Nancy Renfro speak as a lay minister in 1994.
"I knew she was going into the ministry," he said
_Robert Leonard BOWLBY _ | |--Robert Leonard BOWLBY | |_Jane Iown FOOR ________+
 NAME: From Bryon Foor Bowlby via Jan. 2003 email.
_Reuben BOYD __ | |--Edward C. BOYD | |_Mary J. FOOR _+
CENSUS: 1910 Canal Winchester, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; sh 2B Ed 17
BOYDE, Ruben, head, 54y b OH, parents b Germany, section hand
", Mary, wife 50y b OH, parents b OH, had 14 ch 11 living, washerwoman at
", Richard, son 22y b OH, farm laborer
", Emma E., dau 16y b OH
", Ethel M., dau 15y b OH
", Clarence E., son 13y b OH, helper, pringing office
", Roy L., son 12y b OH
", Edward C., son 10y b OH
", Burdine, dau 6y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Madison Twp., Franklin Co.,OH; sheet 4A
BOYD, Reuben, head, 62y b OH, parents b OH, laborer, steel foundry
", Mary, wife, 60y b OH, laundress, housework
", Mamie H., dau 27y b OH, bookkeeper
", Edward C., son 19y b OH, machinist, steel factory
", Burdeen, dau 16y b OH
__ | |--Nancy BRACKNEY | |__
DOM/POM: Names listed as Jeremiah Runkle and Nancy J. Brackney, FHL Batch M514221, Film 0963056, Auglaize Co., Ohio, probate marriages 1848-1871.
CENSUS: 1870 Clay Twp., Auglaize Co., OH, visitation 51/46
RUNKLE, Jeremiah, 26y farmer b OH
", Nancy, 23y keeping house b OH
", Mary E., 3/12 b in February, b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Clay Twp., Auglaize Co., OH; p 314
RUNKLE, Jeremiah, 36y farmer b OH, parents b OH
", Nancy J., 33y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Mary E., 10y dau b OH
", Sarah 8y dau b OH
", George W., 6y son b OH
", Martha E., 4y dau b OH
", Luminimmie P.?? 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Clay Twp., Auglaize Co., OH; ED 29 SH 14A
RUNKLE, Mancy (not Nancy) b Sep 1846 OH, parents b OH, widowed, had 6 ch 6 living
", George, son b Mar 1874, 26y single b OH, farmer
", Pearl, dau b Aug 1879, 20y b OH
", May, dau b Aug 1891, 8y b OH
__ | |--Sandra R. BYRD | |__
DOM/POM: names listed as Micheal R. Foor, 20, and Sandra R. Byrd, 21, married 18 May 1974 in Ventura Co., CA. Ancestry.com. California Marriage Index, 1960-1985 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007.
DOV: Names listed as Micheal R. Foor, born 1953, and Sandra R. Byrd, born 1952, married in 1974, divorced August 1975 in Ventura Co., CA. Ancestry.com. California Divorce Index, 1966-1984 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007.
_Jacob CALLAHAN _________ | |--Edmond E. CALLAHAN | |_Sarah Catharine BOWERS _
 Death certificate image. Edmond A. Callahan died St. Frances Hosp., Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, May 19, 1935, widowed, wife was Maggie, died aged 69y 5m 27d, retired huckster, born Nov. 22, 1866 in Lancaster, Ohio, to Jacob Callahan b Lancaster, Ohio, and Sarah Kathrine Bowers b Oakland, Ohio. Mrs. Mae C. Boyd of 513 E. Rich St. was informant. Buried Union Cem., May 22.
_Bill CALVERT ____ | |--Leann CALVERT | |_Regina Ann WEBB _+
 NAME: From Linda Stratton, New York, 9/98
__ | |--John K. CARNAGGIO | |__
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1964, p 27.
LOCATION: 1954 - Mr. and Mrs. John Carnaggio and children [Erania?] Kaye and Terry of Baltimore spent the Labor Day weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Custer Foor. Mrs. Dallas Foor and daughter, Terry, of Bedford, visited in the same home on Tuesday. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, Sep. 13, 1954]
_William Christopher CASE ___ | |--Ted L. CASE | |_Estella Myra "Stella" FOOR _+
NAME: Listed as a surviving son, Ted L. Case of Blissfield, in father's 1954 obituary.
LOCATION: listed as a son who preceded her in death, "Ted Case of Blissfield, both [died] in 1954]. (Also mentioned dying in 1954 was her husband).
_James L. CHANEY _+ | |--Sarah CHANEY | |_Caroline UFFNER _+
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 241
CHANEY, James, 30y b OH
", Alpheus, 8y b OH
", Leonidas, 6y b OH
", Sarah 4y b OH
", Silas W., 2y b OH
", Rhoda, 2/12 b OH
UFFNER, Ruth Ann 19y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Lockville, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 190/182
CHANEY, John 70y gentleman b MD
CHANEY, James 41y farmer b OH
", Caroline 39y b VA
", Alpheus, 18y farming b OH
", Leonidus 16y farming b OH
", Seraph 14y b OH (female)
", Silas 12y b OH
", Rhoda 10y b OH
", Frank 8y b OH
", Eliza 6y b OH
", Loraine 19y b OH
LOW, John 21y saddler b OH
_Edwin Eugene COIL _ | |--Denise Ann COIL | |_Ruth Ellen EHRSAM _+
 NAME/DOB/POB: From Neil Hike and Denise Hike Cartwright via August 2000 email.
_John COTRELL _ | |--Maria E. COTRELL | |_Mariah BROWN _
CENSUS: 1860 Union Twp., DeKalb Co., IN; p 70
COTRELL, 45y farmer b VA
", Maria, 39y b OH
", Hugh, 17y b OH
", John, 16y b OH
", Caroline, 14y b OH
", George, 12y b OH
", Julia A., 10y b OH
", Maria? 8y b OH
", Catherine, 6y b OH
", Mary, 5y b IN
", Franklin 3/12 b IN
CENSUS: 1870 Concord Twp., DeKalb Co., IN; p 2
COTRILL, John, 55y farmer b VA, $3500 real estate, $100 personal estate
", Maria, 49y keeping house b OH
", Julia A., 19y housework b OH
", Maria, 18y housework b OH
", Catherine, 15y housework b OH
", Mary, 12y housework b IN
", Frank, 10y at home b IN
", Charles, 8y b IN
", Ida M., 1y b IN
DOM/POM: Ludwig Countryman and Riah Cottell, Aug. 31, 1878, Dekalb Co., IN; Ancestry.com. Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.
CENSUS: 1880 Newville Twp., DeKalb Co., IN; ED 86 p 152A
COUNTRYMAN, Ludwick, 49y farmer b OH, parents b PA
", Maria, 29y wife keeping house b OH, fa b VA, ma b OH
", Mark, 6y son b IN
", Sherman, 1y son b IN
Possibly 1883, there's a court case for Ludwig Countryman, "Petitioner desires of adopting his wife's one, Mark age 8 years old. Most of document is burned." (posted on the DeKalb Co., IN GenWeb website).
CENSUS: 1920 Newville, DeKalb Co., IN
COUNTRYMAN, Maria E., head, 70y widow b OH, fa b WV, ma b OH
", Charley, son 37y single b IN, fa b PA, ma b OH, farmer
DOD/POBurial: Evergreen Cemetery; Tombstone inscriptions posted to the GenWeb website in DeKalb Co., IN:
COUNTRYMAN, Ludwick, 1832-1903, 44 Regt., Co. E (flag)
", Maria E., 1851-1923
", Sherman, son, died Aug. 24, 1880, 1y 2m 14d
_Oliver Perry COURTRIGHT _+ | |--Elisabeth Jane COURTRIGHT | |_Sarah HARMON ____________
CENSUS: 1850 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 372
COURTRIGHT, P. O., 34y farmer b OH, $4800 real estate
", America P., 10y b OH, attended school
", Harmon V., 9y b OH, attended school
", sarah J., 6y b OH, attended school
", Elizabeth J., 3y b OH
", Luther M., 4/12 b OH
MEASON, Stephen 18y b OH, laborer
CENSUS: 1870 Greenfield Twp.,Fairfield Co.,OH; p 34
LAMB, Otterbien, 26y farm laborer b OH
", Jane, 23y keeping house b OH
", Zella L., 2y at home b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Milton Twp., Wood Co., OH; p 35D
LAMB, Otterbine, 36y farmer b OH, parents b OH
", Elisabeth J., 33y wife keeping house b OH, parents b O H
", Zella, 12y dau at home b O H
", Worthing O., 7y son b OH
Death certificate image: Name listed as Elisabeth Courtright Lamb, white female, married, born Mar 12, 148 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, died June 16, 1920 in Milton twp., Wood Co., Ohio, father Oliver P. Courtright mother Sarah Harmon, both born Fairield Co., Ohio, buried June 19 in Weston Cemetery.
__ | |--William M. COX | |__
William M. Cox, age 92, of Lithopolis, died Saturday December 29, 2007 at Fairfield Medical Center. Born December 20, 1915 in Oak Hill to the late William R. & Kathryn (Morris) Cox, he was a U.S. Army veteran of WWII. He was a graduate of Oak Hill High School, and received his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Education from the Ohio State University.
He was the principal of Bloom Elementary School for 32 years. He was a member of Bloom Presbyterian Church, Oak Hill Lodge F. & A.M., O.E.S., Lithopolis American Legion Post #677, and was a charter member of Tri-County Kiwanis.
Survived by his wife of 66 years, Eileen; son, Robert Cox, both of Lithopolis; brother-in-law, Robert Ray (Catherine) Lewis, Oak Hill.
Friends may visit 2-4 & 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, where funeral service will be held 10 a.m. Thursday, with the Rev. Thomas McGranor officiating. Interment will be at 2 p.m. at Horeb Cemetery in Oak Hill.
Friends who wish may contribute to Bloom Presbyterian Church, P.O. Box 104, Lithopolis, OH 43136 in Bill's memory.
OBIT/POBurial/DOB: From funeral home website.
_Ephraim Evan CRAMER _+ | |--Sarah A. CRAMER | |_Catharine WRIGHT ____
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 43
CRAMER, Ephram, 31y farm laborer b OH, can't read or write
", Catharine, 31?y keeping house b OH
", Theodore, 8y attending school b OH
", Laura A., 6y attending school b OH
", Sarah A., 5y attending school b OH
", Clarissa 3y at home b OH
", Elijah 3/12 at home b OH, born in Marchc
", Sarah, 56y lives with son b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, Lithopolis precinct, p 12D
CRAMER, Ephraim, 40y farmer b OH, parents b OH
", Catherine, 43y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Theodore, 19y son at school b OH
", Laura, 16y dau at school b OH
", Sarah, 14y dau at school b OH
", Claretta, 12y dau at school b OH
", Elija, 10y son at school b OH
", Charlott, 8y dau at school b OH
", Scott, 2y son b OH
_Robert Bruce DILDINE _+ | |--Thurza DILDINE | |_Hanna E. ZWAYER ______+
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 198. Name listed as Thurza J. Dildine. Years only; 1893-1909. Buried 2nd addition, part 3, lot 371, grave 1.
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 133
DILDINE, Bruce, head, b May 1849, 41y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, farmer
", Hannah E., wife b Apr 1844 b OH, fa b PA, ma b MI, mar 10y, had 2 ch 2
living (but there are three children under 10?)
", Earlwood, son b Jan 1878, 22y b OH, parents b OH, farm laborer
", Ethel, dau b Jan 1882, 18y b OH, house keeper
", Seth, son b Feb 1892, 8y b OH
", Thurza, dau b Dec 1894, 6y b OH
", Dortha, dau b Feb 1896 4y b OH
DOD/POD: Name listed as Thursey Dildine, died 25 Sep 1909 Fairfield Co., OH; Bloom Twp. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006.
Death certificate image. Thursey Dildine, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, Sept. 25, 1909 aged 15y 9m 6d, diabetic coma, born Dec. 19, 1893 in Fairfield Co., Ohio to R. B. Dildine b Fairfield Co., Ohio and Hannah E. Zwayer b Pickaway Co., Ohio. Informant is R. B. Dildine of Lithopolis. Buried Lithopolis Cem., Sep. 27.
__ | |--George B. DOVE | |__
DOB/DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Geo. B. Dove, her cousin, 1833-1908. On same stone as Cilica Dove Brobst, 'antie', 1845-1933. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 94. Years shown as 1833-1908
CENSUS: 1880 Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., OH; p 286A
WHITEHURST, M---?, 59y grain merchant b OH, fa b MD, ma b PA
", Delila, 54y wife keeping house b OH, fa b VA, ma b PA
", Laura M., 30y dau at home b OH
", Eliza E., 23y dau at home b OH
", George A., 20y son clerk b OH
DOVE, George M. B., 46y boarder, retired clerk b OH, fa b VA, ma b PA
CENSUS: 1900 Canal Winchester, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 36 SH 13B
BUSCH, Edward V., head, b Mar 1863, 37y b OH, fa b Holland, ma b Germany,
", Elizabeth, wife b Dec 1852, 47y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA
", Lula D., dau b July 1884, 15y b OH
", Joseph, son b Nov 1883, 14y b OH
", Roy son b Mar 1888, 12y b OH
", Blanche, dau b Nov 1890, 10y b OH
", Edward E., son b Feb 1895, 5y b OH
DOVE, George M., cousin, b Sep 1833, 76y b OH, fa b VA, ma b PA, capitalist
1909 - George Dove, a man who had never married, died at the age of 75 years and was buried at Betzer's Church. May 14, 1908 - "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V7, 1906-1910", Fairfield County Gen., Society, 2006, p 111.
__ | |--Fielding DRAKE | |__
DOM/POM: Jane Hartman and Fielding Drake, 12 Sep 1848; FHL Batch M514252
Shelby Co., Ohio, probate marriages 1845-1855.
CENSUS: 1850 Sidney, Shelby Co., OH
DRAKE, Fielding, 25y shoemaker b OH, $1600 real estate
", Jane, 22y b OH
", Mary E., 4/12 b OH
", William, 21y shoemaker b OH, $400 real estate
OLBER?, Harvey, 21y shoemaker b OH
CLEGG, Thomas, 21y shoemaker b England
HARTMAN, Sarah E., 18y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Oswego, Kosciusko Co., IN; p 139
DRAKE, Fielding, 39y boot & Shoe maker, $400 real estate, $300 personal
estate b OH
", Jane, 32y b OH
", Mary, 10y b OH, attended school
", Catherine, 8y b OH, attended school
", Florence, 5y b IN
", Daniel, 1y b IN
CENSUS: 1870 Plain Twp., Kosciusko Co., IN; p 26
DRAKE, Fielding, 45y boot & Shoe maker, $500 real estate, $100 personal estate b OH
", Jane, 41y keeping house b OH
", Mary E., 18y b OH
", Catharine, 17y b OH
", Florence, 15y b IN, attended school
", Daniel, 11y b IN, attended school
", Lilly, 8y b IN, attended school
", Frances A., 3y female b IN
CENSUS: 1880 Leesburg, Plain Twp., Kosciusko Co., IN; p 1
DRAKE, Fielding, 52y widow, shoemaker b OH, parents b PA
", Daniel, 21y son, laborer, b IN
", Lillian C., 17y dau keeping house b IN
", Francis A., 13y dau b IN, attended school
DOD: Fielding Drake, 03 Jul 1899 - Kosciusko Co, IN., WPA Death Index; online at GenWeb website.
_Lee DUVALL _____________ | |--Julia May DUVALL | |_Florence Lorraine FOOR _+
NAME/DOB: From Florence Baker, g/d of Florence Lorraine (Foore) Duvall via Sept. 2009 email.
2000 - listed in brother Joseph Charles Duvall's Dec. 2000 obituary as
"brother and sisters, Mary Laird and Peg Duvall, both of Huntingdon, Julia
Lemin, Mount Union, Doris Bowers, Daytona Beach, Fla., Gladys Darlene Brown,
Breezewood, Bill Duvall, Shade Gap, and Mike Duvall, Greencastle".
_Harry H. FAUSNAUGH _ | |--Anna M. FAUSNAUGH | |_Druie Anna FOOR ____+
DOB/DOD/POB: "Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Death Index, 1958-2000" [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2003. Original data: Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-2000. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Department of Health. State Vital Statistics Unit, 19xx-. Name listed as Anna Hanning McGill; father's surname Fausnaugh, mother's Foor. Widowed. 8 years of schooling. Born in Fairfield county, resided in Perry county. V 32044 Cert. 058935.
Anna Hanning McGill, 76, Corning, died Wednesday, July 7 at Hocking Valley Community Hospital. Born Sept. 25, 1922, Fairfield County, daughter of the late Harry and Anna Foor Fausnaugh, she was the widow of Vance B. McGill and of her first husband, Warren Hanning. She was a former factory and restaurant employee. Surviving are three sons, Kenneth (Tawny) Hanning of Logan, Robert (Mary) Hanning of Corning and Raymond (Letha) Hanning of Junction City; three daughters, Mrs. Chuck (Margie) Goff of Omaha, Neb., Bonnie Eby of Clarksville and Susan Gray of Logan; 13 grandchildren, Bob Eby, Raymond Eby, Ronnie Eby, Jamie Hanning, Heather Goff, Johnny Collinsworth, Mrs. Jim (Gina) Reed, Keith (Jamie) Hanning, Tracy (Christy) Nye, Larry (Cathy) Nye, Raymond (Trisha) Hanning, David (Tonya) Baker and Mrs. Tim (Kendra) Kerns; 17 great-grandchildren, Ashley Eby, Brenda Sue Nicole Eby, Jonathan Nye, Curtis Nye, Nicholas Nye, Kaylen Nye, Kassidy Nye, Dakota Nye, Amanda Hanning, Allie Hanning, Brittany Hanning, Lacey Hanning, Janelle Hanning, Dustin Reed, Ashley Reed, Auburn Reed and Macala Baker; a brother, Sam Fausnaugh of Lancaster; and three sisters, Nancy Hanley and Betty Rhinehart, both of Lancaster, and Linda Finnegan of Columbus. She also was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Trudy Eby; six brothers, Cark, Chuck, Joe, Merrill, Russel and George Fausnaugh; and three sisters, Alma Stevens, Ruth Fausnaugh and Freda Sword. Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Saturday at Heinlein-Brown Funeral Home with the Rev. Ernie Eing officiating. Burial will be in Knollwood Cemetery.
DOB/DOD: SSDI - name shown as Anna M. McGill; last known residence as Corning, Perry Co., Ohio.
LOCATION: 1926 - "An old time dinner was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Fausnaugh Sunday. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parrish
and daughters Marjorie and Forest, Miss Marie Loy, Mr. Glen Foor, Mr. Ed.
Manson, Master George, Charles, Russell Merril and Joe Floyd Fausnaugh, Alma
and Anna Fausnaugh and the host and hostess. Music, dancing and social
conversation were enjoyed during the day". [Lancaster Daily Eagle,
Lancaster, Ohio, April 27, 1926]
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, ED 23-7, sheet 11A
FAUSNAUGH, Harry, head, rents home, resides on a farm, 39y b OH, parents b
OH, married first at age 21, farm laborer
", Anna, wife, 35y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 18
", George, son 13y b OH
", Charles, son 12y b OH
", Russell, son 11y b OH
", Merl, son 10y b OH
", Alma, dau 9y b OH
", Arma, dau 7y b OH (this must be "Anna")
", Joseph, son 5y b OH
", Betty, dau 3 11/12 b OH
", Carl, son ?/12 b OH
_Harry H. FAUSNAUGH _ | |--Linda FAUSNAUGH | |_Druie Anna FOOR ____+
 NAME: Listed as a surviving sister, Linda Finnegan of Columbus, in sister Anna's July 1999 obituary.
__ | |--William Washington FLOOD | |__
NAME: Leichleiter & Variants, Compiled in 1978, by Alene Lichlyter Netherton and Diane Stark Thurman.
DOB/DOD/POBurial: RootsWeb World Connect Project.
_James Henry FOOR _________+ | |--Anthony Charles FOOR | |_Marjorie Elizabeth DAVIS _
NAME/DOB/POB/DOD/POD: from Timothy Michael Foor via April 2002 email.
15-year old Anthony Foor was killed when he was fatally slashed in the throat during an argument with a foster brother. The 16-year old foster brother had lived in the home since Sept; he and Foor had returned from a party together at 12:40 a.m. After slashing Foor, he went into another room of the home and shot himself in the head. He was listed in critical condition. [The News, Frederick, MD, Feb. 21, 1983]
_ MASON _________ | |--Brandon Lynn FOOR | |_Wendy Sue FOOR _+
NAME/DOB: From online site of Joy ann WEICHT, Roaring Spring, PA 16673
_Dennis Alva FOOR _+ | |--Christopher Stephen FOOR | |_Joyce ____________
 NAME/DOB: Oklahoma State Courts Network. Shown with a Jacksonville, Ark., and Weatherford, OK address in July 2000.
_Stephanus Stephen FOOR _+ | |--Elizabeth FOOR | |_Hannah RUNKLE __________+
DOD: From husband's 1952 obituary. See notes on Alonzo Lukenbill.
CENSUS: 1880 Allen Twp., Miami Co., IN; p 7
FOOR, Stephen, 50y farmer b OH; parents b PA
", Hannah, 47y wife housekeeping b OH
", John C., son, works on farm b IN
", Frank P., son b IN
", Manda E., 14y dau b IN
", Lewis A., 11y son b IN
", Merta E., 8y dau b IN
", Elizabeth 4y dau b IN
CENSUS: 1900 Perry Twp., Miami Co., IN; ED 102 SH 11A
LUCKENBILL, Lonzo, head, b Sep 1871, 29y b IN, mar. 8y, fa b PA, ma b IN,
", Elizabeth A., wife b Sep 1876, 23y b IN, had 1 ch 1 living, parents b IN
", Fannie? R., dau b July 1892, 7y b IN
1908 - Macy item - "Miss Mabel Foor, of Peru, attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Lon Luckenbill", [27 Feb 1908, Rochester Sentinel, Rochester, IN]
"Hannah [Runkle] b March 1834, M. Stephen Foor and had nine children: Martha
Foor, deceased; Ezra Foor, deceased; Priscilla Foor m. William Musselman and
has two boys; Sylvester Foor m. Barbara Mussleman and has two girls; Fran
Foor m. Miss Doubs and has four boys; Amanda Foor m. Thompson Doubs and has
three girls; Mertie Foor m. Ben Macklin and has two girls; Lewis Foor; Lizzie
Foor m. Alonzo Lookenbill and has one daughter". [Ancestry.com. Original
data: Fisher, Benjamin Van Doren,. The Runkle family : being an account of
the Runkels in Europe, and their descendants in America. New York: T.A.
Wright, 1899, p 322.]
_Murray Elmer FOOR _+ | |--Ethel FOOR | |_Stella Mae MORSE __
NAME/DOB/DOD: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 33 - dod is shown as Jan. 23, 1919, but obit was published before this date.
OBIT: Ethel, the eight month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Foor, died at her home Monday morning, January 20th, 1919 of pneumonia following an attack of the Flue. Her parents, two brothers and one sister survive. Funeral services were held at her home Tuesday noon at 12:30 o'clock. Burial in Ray's Cove Cemtery. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, Jan. 17, 1919]
_Glen E. FOOR Jr._____+ | |--Frank M. FOOR | |_Dorothy A. SCHWARTZ _
NAME/PARENTAGE: Listed as a surviving son, Frank (Cheryl) Foor of North Liberty, Ohio, in mother's Dec. 2000 obituary.
NOTE: The Knox Co., Ohio, auditor's website shows a Frank M. and Sheryl D. Foor own a home in 2002 in Butler, Ohio.
DOB: There's a Frank M. Foor who's 58 in 2004 with a Butler, Ohio listing at ussearch.com.
LOCATION: 2000 - listed as a surviving son, Frank (Cheryl) Foor of North Liberty, Ohio, in mother's Dec. 2000 obituary.
BUTLER ~ Frank M. Foor, Sr., age 63, of Butler, passed away Wednesday morning September 9, 2009 in his rural Knox County home.
He was born September 14, 1945 in Columbus to Glen E. and Dorothy Foor, and was graduated from Lexington High School in 1964.
A lifetime area resident, Frank was an avid hunter. He taught his sons the sport, once bagging an eleven-point buck, and together they hunted all sorts of wild game. He kept his Sea Swirl docked on Lake Erie ~ his weekend destination for perch and walleye fishing.
He was a member of Moose Lodge #1454 of Bonita Springs, Florida, the National Rifle Association, and was a Trophy Life Member of North American Hunting Club.
Described as generous, with a giving heart, Frank had worked as a tow-motor operator and lead man with Hydromatic, and later Pentair for more than 30 years.
Following his retirement, he delivered copies of the Mount Vernon News on a rural route.
Surviving are his wife Sheryl D. (Lewis) Foor; sons Frank (Tessa) Foor, Jr. and James Foor all of Bellville; grandchildren Hailee, Samuel, Victoria, Christopher, Gabriel and Joshua; his father Glen Foor of Bonita Springs, FL; his brother Clinton (Linda) Foor of Mansfield; a sister Carrie (James) Frances of Lorain; several in-laws and numerous nieces and nephews.
His mother preceded him in death.
The Foor family chose the Bellville Snyder Funeral Home to handle compassionate cremation services. They will hold a private memorial service.
Condolences may be made to the Foor family online by visiting: www.snyderfuneralhomes.com
OBIT: Mt. Vernon News, OH.
Frank M. Foor Sr.
September 10, 2009
BUTLER - Frank M. Foor Sr., 63, of Butler passed away Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2009, in his rural Knox County home.
He was born Sept. 14, 1945, in Columbus to Glen E. and Dorothy Foor, and graduated from Lexington High School in 1964. A lifetime area resident, Frank was an avid hunter. He had worked with Hydromatic, and later Pentair for more than 30 years. Following his retirement, he delivered copies of the Mount Vernon News on a rural route.
Surviving are his wife, Sheryl D. (Lewis) Foor; sons, Frank (Tessa) Foor Jr. and James Foor, all of Bellville; grandchildren, Hailee, Samuel, Victoria, Christopher, Gabriel and Joshua; his father, Glen Foor; his brother, Clinton (Linda) Foor; a sister, Carrie (James) Frances; several in-laws; and numerous nieces and nephews.
His mother preceded him in death.
The Foor family chose the Bellville Snyder Funeral Home to handle compassionate cremation services. They will hold a private memorial service. Condolences may be made at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com.
__ | |--Gary L. FOOR | |__
 DOM/POM: Names listed as Gary L. Foor, 32, and Micheale L. Foor, 40. 3rd marriage for Gary, 6th for Micheale. Both born in IN. His last marriage ended in divorce in 1994, hers in 1996.
_Donald Gene FOOR ___+ | |--Harry Scott FOOR | |_Harriet CUNNINGHAM _
NAME/POB/DOB/MARRIAGE: From himself, 3/97, Scott Foor, 3033 Hazelton-Etna Road, Pataskala, OH 43062
LOCATION: 2005 - listed as a surviving son, Scott (Marlene) Foor of Pataskala in father's January obit.
_Edward Lyman "Bud" FOOR ____+ | |--Jean Ann FOOR | |_Jeanenne Alice "Jean" WOLF _
NO DOCUMENTATION: info from the files of Lori Stucker, 2003.
DOB: May have been 18 in Oct. 1976. Van Wert "Times Bulletin", Van Wert, Ohio, has a Jean A. Foor, 18, of route 1 with a traffic violation [October 30, 1976]
LOCATION: 1975 - listed as a surviving daughter, Jean Ann Foor, at home, in mother's Jan. 1975 obituary.
_Willard L. FOOR _ | |--Keith W. FOOR | |__________________
NAME/DOB/LOCATION: From anybirthday.com.
NOTE: There's a "Keith W. and Marlene C. Foor" listed in York Co., PA property assessments, 2005.
_Monte Leon FOOR __________+ | |--Kristin Leigh FOOR | |_Virginia Marcia MCCLEARY _
Published on 07/14/94, YORK DAILY RECORD
Kristin and Keith Vanderbilt Foor-Vanderbilt
Kristin Leigh Foor and Keith Alan Vanderbilt were married May 7.
LOCATION: 1994 - PARENTAGE: Article published in the YORK DAILY RECORD, July 14, 1994, Kristin and Keith Vanderbilt. Kristin Leigh Foor and Keith Alan Vanderbilt were married May 7.She is the daughter of Monte and Virginia Foor of 1855 Mountain View Drive, York. He is the son of Charles and Carol Vanderbilt of Miami.The Rev. Calvin H. Cole Sr. performed the ceremony at Messiah United Methodist Church, 1300 N. Beaver St., York.Jinny Foor was matron of honor. Melissa Rohrbaugh, Kareen Beatty and Kitty Foor were bridesmaids.Dwayne Lovell was best man. Groomsmen were Marc Chessen, Daniel Torres and Derin Foor.A reception was held at the Bridgeton Center. Kristin graduated from Central Senior High School in 1987 and Temple University in 1991. She is production coordinator for Medical Broadcasting Co.Keith graduated from Southridge Senior High School in 1982 and the same university in 1990. He is an architect for Casaccio Associates.They live in Springfield, following a honeymoon to Bermuda.
LOCATION: 2000 - listed as a surviving grandchild, Kristin L. Vanderbilt of Atlanta, in grandfather's Dec. 2000 obit. Also mentioned were great grandchildren, Logan and Peyton Vanderbilt of Atlanta.
_Grover Cleveland FOOR _+ | |--Mildred F. FOOR | |_Addie Mary ROSS _______
Mentioned in father's obit. Of Liberty Center, OH in 1971
Mentioned in sister Garnet's obit as "Mildred Emahiser" of Colton, Ohio (May 1993 obituary).
DOD/DOB/POB: "Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Death Index, 1958-2000" [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2003. Original data: Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-2000. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Department of Health. State Vital Statistics Unit, 19xx-. Father's surname FOOR, mother's ROSS, born in Lucas Co., Ohio, 8 years of schooling, resided in Henry Co., OH. Widowed. Cert. 3406 V 32260. Died Fulton Co., OH.
CENSUS: 1910 Providence Twp., Lucas Co., OH; ED 25 SH 9A
FOOR, Grover C. husband 24 b OH, parents b OH, farm laborer, working out
", Addie M. wife 21 b OH, parents b OH, both married once, mar. 2y, had 2 ch
", Leona B. daughter 1 11/12? b OH
", Mildred. daughter 5/12 b OH
CENSUS 1920 Providence Twp., Lucas Co., OH; SD 5, ED 6, SH 7B, village of Neapolis, family 168/172
FOOR, Grover C., head, 34 b OH; parents b OH; foreman, auto factory. Rents home
", Addie, wife 30 b OH; parents b OH
", Leona, dau, 11 b OH
", Mildred, dau 10 b OH
", Grover C., 8 b OH
", Garnet, dau 6 b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Providence Twp., Lucas Co., OH; visitation 110, Neapolis, sheet
FOOR, Grover G., head, owns home worth $1400, does not reside on a farm, 44y
b OH, married first at 23, parents b OH, machinist at auto factory
", Addie M., wife, 40y b OH, married first at age 19, parents b OH
", Mildred F., dau 20y b OH
", Garnet J., dau 16y b OH
", Betty M., dau 6y b OH
_Jesse FOOR _____+ | |--Milton M. FOOR | |_Annie M. YOUNG _+
FOOR BOOK, p 8 - lists date of birth only. Social Security death index shows
birth/death date, and resides in PA.
Info provided via email by Ruth Curfman, April 2000, who's aunt had done some FOOR research -- shows "Milton M." b 28 May 1901, and died 1974.
DOB/DOD: From SSDI. Date of death shown as May 1971, and last known residence as Everett, PA.
CENSUS: 1910 Bedford Co., PA district 9 visitation 95
FOOR, Jesse 36 (all b PA)
", Annie 34 wife
", Blaine 15 son
", Marshall 13 son
", Alta 13 dau
", Roy 11 son
", Milton 8 son
", Theodore 3 son
", Samuel (age?) son
CENSUS: 1920 East Providence, Bedford Co., PA vis 5/5 - taken January 1920
FOOR, Jesse 47 b PA; parents b PA - farmer
", Annie M. wife 45 b PA; parents b PA
", Alta P. dau 23 b PA
", Milton son 14 b PA
", Theodore son 12 b PA
", Samuel D. son 10 b PA
", Mary C. dau 6 b PA
CENSUS: 1930 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, page 2B
FOOR, Jesse, owns a home, owns a radio set, resides on farm, 58y b PA,
parents b PA, farmer, married first at age 21
", Annie, wife 55y b PA, parents b PA
", Milton M. son 28y single b PA, teacher, public schools
", MAry C., dau 18y b PA, seamstress, factory
LOCATION: 1954 - Mrs. Junior Metz and daughter of Princedale spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Foor. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Foor and Mrs. Junior Metz and daughters of Princedale spent the 4th of July in Baltimore. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, July 15, 1954]
_Clarence A. FOOR Jr_+ | |--Patricia FOOR | |_Emma C. KUHL _______
"Clarence had a son Clarence A. Foor Jr. who is married to Emma Foor, they are both alive and well. They had three children Sandra, Irving and Patricia. I am Sandra's daughter", from Lisa Dickinson via June 1999 email.
SPOUSE: Listed as a surviving daughter, Patricia Seckler, in mother's Sept. 2006 obit.
__ | |--Robert A. FOOR | |__
 FOOR, Robert Cordale, son, was born March 27 to Frances A. and Robert A. Foor of Leesburg. Births that took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany, GA. [Albany Herald, Albany, GA, April 6, 2004]
_Joshua FOOR ______+ | |--Samuel FOOR | |_Angeline WHITMAN _
CENSUS: 1870 Grape Grove Twp., Ray Co., MO, p 452
FORE, Joshua, 43y farmer b OH
", Angelina 28y keeping house b OH
", Sherman, 4y b OH
", Samuel, 2y b MO
_Edward William Scott FOOR _+ | |--William R. FOOR | |_Edna Blanche WILLIAMS _____
 NAME/PARENTAGE: "Of Six Mile Run" according to father's April 2000 obituary.
_John Wesley FOOR _________+ | |--Oris Alfred FOORE | |_Martha Louisa RICHARDSON _
NAME/DOB/POB: "Fulton County, Indiana. Indiana Works Progress Administration.
Index to Death Records A-Z. 1882-1920". Name spelled FOOR here.
CENSUS: 1900 Newcastle Twp., Fulton Co., IN, sheet 13A
FOOR, John W., b Aug 1868 IN, parents b unknown, mar 5y, farmer
", Martha L., wife b Apr 1876, 24y b IN, fa b VA, ma b OH, had 3 ch 3 living
", Orris, son b May 1897, 3y b IN
", Osee, son b Aug 1898, 1y b IN
", Harvey, son b Oct 1899, 7/12 b IN
CENSUS: 1910 Rochester Twp., Fulton Co., IN; sheet 4a, visitation 78
FOORE, John W., 41y b IN, mar 15y, parents b OH, farmer
", Martha L., wife 34y b IN, had 6 ch 6 living, parents b IN
", Oris U. or A., son 13y b IN
", Osee W., son 11y b IN
", Harvey O., son 10y b IN
", Leslie M., son 9y b IN
", Lenie L., dau 8y b IN
", Alta G., dau 1y b IN
LOCATION: 1915 - Rochester Twp. - Oris 17y b 5-27-97; Osa W., 16y b 8-31-98;
Harvy O., 15y b 10-10-99; Lenna Lenora 12y b 3-31-03; Alta G. 6y b 4-9-09;
parent John W. Foor. FULTON COUNTY INDIANA SCHOOL ENUMERATION 1915, Wendell
C. Tombaugh, 1989; Fulton County Indiana Public Library, online database,
LOCATION: 1916 - Rochester Twp. - Orisa 18y male b 5-27-97, Osie W. 17y b
8-31-98, Harvey O. 16y b 10-9-99, Leslie 14y male b 2-22-02, Laurie L. 13y b
3-31-03, Alta G. 7y b 4-9-09. Parent: John Wesley Foor. FULTON COUNTY
INDIANA SCHOOL ENUMERATION 1916, Wendell C. Tombaugh, 1989; Fulton County
Indiana Public Library, online database, 2003.
1918 - draft registration card dated June 5, 1918, name listed as Oris Alfred Foor, age 21, of 236 E. Tipton, Huntington, Ind., born May 27, 1897 in Fulton Co., IN, father born in Fulton Co., IN., employed by Erie R.R. Co. of Huntington, IN. Nearest relative is Beatrice A. Foor of same address.
Medium height, medium build, brown hair and eyes. Ancestry.com. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002. National Archives and Records Administration. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.
DOM/POM: Berrien Co., MI images at familysearch.org. Oris Foor, 25, of
Huntington, IN., fireman, born in IN to John Foor, mother's last name
Richardson. Married once before. Hazel Landon, 19, boxmaker, of Huntington,
IN., born in IN to William Landon, mother's maiden name Empie. Not
previously married. Married June 27, 1922 in St. Joseph, MI.
CENSUS: 1930 Huntington, Huntington Twp., Huntington Co., IN; ED 8 SH 2B
FOOR, Oris A., head, rents home for $14/month, 32y b IN, parents b IN, married first at age 25, fireman, steam r.r.
", Hazel, wife 26y b IN, parents b IN, married first at age 19
", Lela, dau 6y b IN
", Dean? A.?, son 3y b IN
LOCATION: 1931 - listed as a surviving son, Orin Foor, of Huntington, in mother's Jan. 1931 obituary.
LOCATION: 1945 - listed as a surviving son, Oris Foor, of Huntingdon, in father's October 1945 obituary.
1955 - Rochester - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Foor entertained the following at
dinner recently: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Foor, and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Foor,
Gridley, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Oris Foor and son and Mr. and Mrs. John Neuer and
daughter, Huntington; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Darr, Bremen and Mr. and Mrs. Orlo
Brown and daughter of Plymouth. [Logansport Pharos Tribune, Logansport, IN.,
Aug. 25, 1955].
DOM/POM: Fulton County, Indiana Index to Marriage Records A-G Book 1 Vol 1
DOD: Madeline Guillaum [email@example.com] via July 2000 email. "About 1957".
_Alphias C. FORE _ | |--Sarah FORE | |_Mary ____________
CENSUS: 1850 Bogard Twp., Daviess Co., IN, p 140
FORE, Alphius C. Fore, 46y "waggon maker", b ?
", Mary, 48y b ?
", William R. or B. 31 or 21y farmer b ?
", Daniel, 19y b ?
", Marion E. or C. 17y b ?
", Martha 15y b AL
", Sarah 13y b IA or IN
", Jackson 9y b IA or IN
", Amanda 7y b IA or IN
", Charity 6y b IA or IN
", John F. 4y b IA or IN
CUSTER, Hester 11y b IA or IN
COWAN, Shelby, 21y male b IA or IN
", Peter, 19y b IA or IN
NOTE: It is hard to read the abbreviations for place of birth.
_Barney FOSNAUGH _ | |--Delilah FOSNAUGH | |_Eve KESLER ______+
NAME: Mentioned in father's 1893 partition records, "Partition Record Abstracts, V2, 1851-1900 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1988, p 69. "Delilah Stout whose former husband was Emanuel Stout of Circleville".
CENSUS: 1850 Clearcreek Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 428
FASNAUGH, Barney 49y farmer b MD
", Eve 42y b OH
", Lainey, 18y female b OH
", Susan 11y b OH
", Barbara 14y b OH
", Philemon 12y b OH
", Martin 9y b OH
", Phineas 5y b OH
", Delila 3y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Clear Creek Twp., Fairfield Co., OH: p 18D
STOUT, Emanuel, 32y farm laborer b OH, parents b OH
", Delila, wife 33y b OH, keeping house, fa b MD, ma b OH
__ | |--Thomas FOULKES | |__
CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 90 Sh 12b
FOULKES, Thomas, head, 67y b England, parents b England, married once, mar. 14y, new dealer on train, immigrated 1865
", Emma, wife 52y b OH, parents b OH, married once, had 0 ch.
Death certificate image. Thomas Foulkes, 931 Oak, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH., Feb. 29, 1934, aged 89y 5m 23d, married to Emma Foulkes. Retired for 15 years. Born Aug. 27, 1844 in England to unknown parents of unknowwn birth. Informant was Mrs. Emma Foulks of same address. Buried Feb. 22 in Oak Grove.
_Lafayette FOX _________ | |--Iola A. FOX | |_Sarah Elizabeth WOLTZ _
CENSUS: 1910 Royalton, Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 49 SH 2B
FOX, Lafayette, head, 44y b OH, parents b OH, farmer, married once, mar. 19y
", Lizzie, wife 37y b OH, parents b OH, married once, had 8 ch 7 living
", Eva, dau 15y b OH
", Ada, dau 14y b OH
", Ethel, dau 11y b OH
", Belvia, dau 9y b OH
", Goldie, dau 7y b OH
", Ida, dau 5y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; SD 11, ED 6, SH 7B
FOX, Lafayette, 53y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Sarah E., wife 48y b OH, parents b OH
", Goldie V., dau 17y b OH
", Iola A.., dau 14y b OH
", Ersie I., dau 12y b OH
", Rosa D., dau 7y b OH
KINER, Lewis C., boarder 62y married b VA, parents b VA, Evangelist church clergyman
", Charlie B., boarder, 11y single b OH, parents b Va
__ | |--Frances V. GAMBLE | |__
NOTE: Obit does not specify maiden name or parentage. The surname GAMBLE is listed for some of the surviving sisters and brothers so am asssuming that may be the maiden name.
Frances V. "Fran" Peck, 82, of Lancaster passed away Friday March 9, 2012 at the Crestview Nursing Home. She was born on July 18, 1929 in Zanesville, OH. Fran worked at Doctor's Hospital North for 26 years and for Merrill Publishing Co. for 13 years. She loved babysitting her grandchildren and was proud of all her grandchildren. Fran enjoyed jigsaw puzzles, reading, word searches, music, horses, and photos of her family and was an avid Coca Cola Memorabilia collector.
Fran is survived by her husband of 49 years Howard H. Peck; brothers and sisters Shirley Madigan, Sherry Thomas (Rex), Jerry Gamble (Mary), Judy Gamble, Chuck Gamble Jr. (Pat); children Sandra L. Bunce (Bill), Sharon A. Steele (Robin), Donald (Kidwell) Greenwood (Elizabeth), Karen "Alice" (Floyd) Arnholt, Ronald (Kidwell) Greenwood (Terry), Robert (Kidwell) Thorne (D'Vina), Patricia A. (Peck) Stockwell (Bob), Bonnie M. (Peck) Johnson (Mike); 21 grandchildren, 46 great grandchildren and 6 great great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews; brother and sister in-laws Lawrence Martin (Linda) Peck, Barbara Albanese. She was preceded in death by her parents Charles and Frances (Moyer) Gamble, and sister in law Frances Peck. "MOM. you are already missed" "We love you very much".
Visitation will be on Monday March 12, 2012 from 2-4 and 6-8pm at the SHERIDAN FUNERAL HOME. Funeral Services will be conducted at 1:00PM Tuesday March 13, 2012 at the funeral home with Pastor Chuck Gamble Jr. officiating. Interment will follow in Lithoplis Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society in memory of Frances.
[obit from funeral home website]
__ | |--Cora Arabelle GINDER | |__
CENSUS: 1900 Washington Twp., Henry Co., OH; ED 37 SH 5B
GINDER, Isaac, head, b Sept 1847, 52y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 25y
", Mary, wife b Nov 1850, 49y b OH, fa b MD, ma b OH, had 8 ch 6 living
", Cora, dau b Nov 1875, 24y b OH, school teacher
", Walter, son b May 1886, 14y b OH
", Edmond, son b June 1889, 10y b OH
", Ervin, son b May 1892, 8y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Washington Twp., Henry Co., OH; ED 70 SH 11A. Village of Texas,
WALKER, Charles, head, 39y b OH, parents b OH, truck driver
", Cora A., wife 44y b OH, parents b OH, public school teacher
GINDER, Mary E., mother-in-law, 69y widow b OH, fa b MD, ma b PA
Death certificate image. Cora Ginder Walker, 650 Walker, died in Mercy Hospital, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH June 17, 1939 of diabetic coma and arteriosclerosis. Widow of Charles Walker. Age 64y. Date of birth 1875 (the rest "unknown"). Born in Texas, Ohio to Isaac Ginder b OH and unknown Morris b OH. Informant was Mrs. Edith Martin of Toledo, Ohio. Burial or removal to Texas, Ohio, June 20.
__ | |--Delores GINTHER | |__
NAME: Listed as a surviving sister, Mrs. Delores Foor, of Mentone, in brother Richard's obituary.
Brother's obit: Richard L. Ginther [NEWS-SENTINEL, Rochester, IN; 30 May 1974]
A memorial service was to be conducted at 3 p.m. today in the chapel of Grace United Methodist church for Richard L. GINTHER, 49, Sacramento, Cal., formerly of Rochester. He died Sunday after suffering a heart attack while mowing his lawn. Funeral services and burial will be today in Sacramento.
Mr. Ginther was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry GINTHER Sr.
Surviving are the wife, the former Evelyn COOK of Rochester; a son, Mike [GINTHER], of Colorado; a daughter, Betty Jo SATIN, Sacramento; four brothers, Harry Jr., Verl, Alton and Robert [GINTHER], all of Rochester; three sisters, Mrs. Pat DENNY, Rochester; Mrs. Beatrice LANDON, Mooresville, and Mrs. Delores FOOR, Mentone; two grandchildren, and nieces and nephews.
NOTE: In the Fulton County marriage records, online at the Fulton Co., Indiana Library website, there is a Deloris Mae Ginther who married a Welcome Winfield Fore, Jr., 31 Jul 1948.
NOTE: 1930 census - There's a Welcome Fore, age 4, listed as a grandson 4y old born in IN residing with Homer N. IGO in the Mentone, Kosciusko Co., IN census (ED 7 SH 5B). A Welcome W. Fore, age 25, married, born in IN, is listed as one of many prisoners at the Indiana Reformatory in Madison Co., IN. (ED 34 p 100, 1930 census)
Delores Mae Ginther was 3/12 years old b IN in the 1930 census. Richard was 4. Parents listed were Harry Sr. (27) and Effie (23). Other siblings listed. Rochester, Fulton Co., IN, p 12B ED 9
_Isaac GLICK __+ | |--George Washington GLICK | |_Mary SANDERS _
DOD/POBurial: From "Political Graveyard" online website.
CENSUS: 1850 Fremont Twp., Sandusky Co., OH; visitation 86
GLICK, George [W.?], 21y law student b OH - appears to be boarding with several other people, including at least one other law student.
CENSUS: 1860 Fremont, Sandusky Co., OH, visitation 20/27, p 4.
GLICK, Isaac, 57y farmer b PA
", Mary B., 60y b MD
", Geo. W., 30y lawyer b OH
", Charles 27y b OH
", Calista, 25y b OH
", John, 23y (lawyer or sawyer?) b OH
", Benjamin 22y dentist b OH
ROWLAND, Susan 17y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Atchison Co., KS, p 190.
GLICK, George W., 42y lawyer b OH
", Lizzie R., 35y keeping house b OH
", Jennie 11y going to school b OH
", Fred, 8y going to school b KS
BAILEY, Nancy 22y domestic servant b OH
GOFFREY, Ned 40y laborer b Ireland
TILLEY, John 21y laborer b England
CENSUS: 1880 Atchison city, Atchison Co., KS, 2nd ward, p 270A
GLICK, George W. 52y b OH, stock grower and lawyer
", Elizabeth R., 45y b OH, keeping house
", Jenne I., 21y b OH, at home
", Fred H., 18y b KS
", Mary V., 80y b MD
ROCKWELL, Mary 25y b PA, housework
", Alberta, 5y b MD
CENSUS: 1900 Atchison city, Atchison Co., KS; 503 N. Second Street
GLICK, Geo. W., head, b July 1827, 72y b OH, mar. 43y, fa b PA, ma b MD
", Elizabeth (P?), wife b July 1834, 65y b OH, had 2 ch 2 living, fa b NY, ma b VA
ORR, Mrs. Jennie, dau b July 1857, 42y mar 18y had 1 ch 1 living b OH
", George G., grandson b May 1884, 16y b KS, at school
", James W., son-in-law b Sep 1855, 44y b MI, parents b NY, lawyer
GABLE, Ellen, servant b Sep 1840, 59y widow b PA, had 5 ch 5 living, fa b NJ, ma b PA, domestic
DOB/DOD: Connelley, William E. A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans, v. 2. Chicago: Lewis Publishing Company, 1918.
George W. Glick was born at Greencastle, Fairfield County, Ohio, July 4, 1827. He was of German extraction, his great-grandfather having come to America from Germany in time to fight in the war of the Revolution. His father was prominent in local politics, and the boy learned much of honorable public service early in his youth. When he was five years old the family removed to a farm near Fremont, Ohio. Here he lived till he was twenty-one. He received a good education, and showed himself to be of a studious and practical disposition.
In 1858 he was married to Miss Elizabeth Ryder, of Fremont. Two children were born of this union, a son, Frederick, and a daughter, Jennie.
Late in the year of 1858, Glick came to Kansas, and settled in Atchison. He became the partner of Mr. Alfred G. Otis in a law business. The firm was very successful and continued until 1873, when an affection of the throat compelled Glick to discontinue the business.
Became a governor.
The Legislature which met in 1913 appropriated the sum of $6,000 for a marble statue of Governor Glick to be placed in Statuary Hall, Washington. This statue was placed in the Hall June 24, 1914, and formally accepted July 18, 1914.
Glick, George W., the ninth governor of Kansas after the state was admitted into the Union, was born at Greencastle, Ohio, July 4, 1827, a son of Isaac and Mary (Sanders) Glick. His great-grandfather, Henry Glick, with four brothers, came from Germany during the colonial period, and all served as soldiers in the Continental army during the Revolutionary war. His grandfather, George Glick, served under Gen. Harrison in the War of 1812, and was wounded in the battle of Fort Meigs, not far from the present city of Toledo, Ohio. When Gov. Glick was about five years of age his parents removed to Sandusky county, Ohio, where his father acquired extensive farming interests and became a citizen of prominence, having been elected treasurer of the county three times in succession. Here the future governor of Kansas attended the public schools, and by his studious habits managed to acquire a good, practical knowledge of the English language and higher mathematics. His ambition was to be a lawyer, and soon after leaving school he entered the office of Buckland & Hayes at Lower Sandusky (now Fremont), where he studied for two years, when he was admitted to the bar in 1850 by the supreme court of Ohio, before which tribunal he passed an examination with the students of the Cincinnati Law School. He began practice at Fremont and soon won distinction as a lawyer. A firm believer in the principles advocated by the Democratic party, he cast his political lot with that organization, and in 1858 was nominated for Congress, but declined the honor. The same year he made the race for state senator against Ralph P. Buckland, one of his preceptors, and although defeated led his ticket by nearly 2,000 votes. About a year before this campaign he had been appointed colonel of the Second regiment and judge-advocate of the Seventeenth division of the Ohio militia by Gov. Salmon P. Chase. In the fall of 1858, after his defeat for state senator, Gov. Glick came to Kansas, locating at Atchison, where he formed a partnership with Alfred G. Otis, under the firm name of Otis & Glick, which association lasted for fifteen years. At the election of Dec. 6, 1859_the first election under the Wyandotte constitution_he was the Democratic candidate for judge of the Second judicial district; was a member of the legislature from 1863 to 1868; was the Democratic candidate for governor in 1868, but was defeated by James M. Harvey; was elected to the legislature again in 1875 and also in 1880; served as speaker pro tem in the session of 1876; and in 1882 was nominated and elected governor, being the only candidate on the Democratic state ticket to win a victory. Gov. Glick had been active in political and legal affairs in many other ways. In 1866 he was elected a delegate to the Union convention at Philadelphia, Pa.; he served as county commissioner and auditor of Atchison county; was one of the early directors of the Union Pacific railroad and attorney for the central branch from 1867 to 1874; engaged in farming and stock raising in 1874, his "Shannon Hill" farm of about 600 acres being one of the best known farms in eastern Kansas; was United States pension agent at Topeka from 1885 to 1892; was for over thirty years a member of the state board of agriculture; was treasurer of the board of Centennial managers in 1876; was one of the commissioners to the Chicago exposition of 1893 and the Louisiana Purchase exposition at St. Louis in 1904; was one of the founders of the Atchison Gas company; was the first master of Shannon Hill Grange, Patrons of Husbandry; was a Knight Templar Mason, belonging to lodge, chapter and commandery in Atchison, and on Dec. 7. 1907, he was elected first vice-president of the Kansas Historical Society. On Sept. 17, 1857, Gov. Glick was united in marriage at Massillon, Ohio, with Miss Elizabeth, daughter of Dr. A. Ryder of Fremont. To this union were born a son and a daughter, Frederick H. and Jennie. The son was private secretary to his father while the latter was governor. After a long illness Gov. Glick died at his home on April 13, 1911.
Pages 753-754 from volume I of Kansas: a cyclopedia of state history, embracing events, institutions, industries, counties, cities, towns, prominent persons, etc. ... / with a supplementary volume devoted to selected personal history and reminiscence. Standard Pub. Co. Chicago : 1912. 3 v. in 4. : front., ill., ports.; 28 cm. Vols. I-II edited by Frank W. Blackmar. Transcribed May 2002 by Carolyn Ward.
GEORGE W. GLICK.
The ninth Governor of this State of Kansas, Hon. George W. Glick, of Atchison, was inaugurated on the 8th of January, 1883, the 68th anniversary of the battle of New Orleans. Gov. Glick was the first Democratic Governor ever elected in Kansas. He was born at Greencastle, Fairfield County, Ohio, July 4, 1827. On the paternal side, he is of German descent. Henry Glick, his great-grandfather, was one of five brothers who left their beautiful Rhine in the ante-revolutionary war period, and settled in Pennsylvania, all of them being soldiers in the war of the Revolution. George Glick, the grandfather of the Governor, was a soldier in the war of 1812, and was severely wounded in the battle of Fort Meigs. Isaac Glick, Governor Glick's father, resides at Fremont, Sandusky County, Ohio; he has been a prominent farmer and stock raiser, and for three consecutive terms held the office of Treasurer of Sandusky County, having the reputation of a man of excellent business qualifications, and of the highest integrity. George Sanders, his grandfather on the maternal side, was of Scotch origin. He was a Captain in the war of 1812, and bore the marks of his bravery in bodily wounds of a serious nature. Mary (Sanders) Glick, his mother, is a lady of high culture, and in her Christian charities an observer of the command of the Great Teacher, "Let not thy left hand know what they right hand doeth."
George W. Glick was a studious boy; acquiring a good English education. His scholastic attainments embraced a good knowledge of the higher mathematics and of the languages, which substantial superstructure has enabled him to become a "man of affairs," and to succeed in his general undertakings.
The family removed to Lower Sandusky (now Fremont), when George was five years of age, and after completing his school education, he entered the law office of the firm of Buckland (Ralph P.) and Hayes (Rutherford B.), studying there two years. He was admitted to the bar by the Supreme Court at Cincinnati, Ohio, having passed a thorough examination in connection with the Cincinnati Law School students.
He commenced the practice of law at Fremont, and soon acquired the fame of a conscientious, painstaking, industrious lawyer, which secured him a large practice at Fremont, and later at Sandusky City, where his residence was prior to coming to Kansas. The Congressional Convention of the Democratic party of his district placed him in nomination for Congress in 1858, but he declined the honor in presence of the Convention, but later, accepted the nomination for State Senator, his preceptor, Mr. Buckland, being his opponent. Though defeated, he ran nearly 2,000 votes ahead of his party ticket. He was elected Judge Advocate General of the Second Regiment of the Seventeenth Division of the Ohio Militia, with the rank of Colonel, and commissioned by Gov. Salmon P. Chase.
He came to Kansas late in 1858, located in Atchison, and entered upon the practice of law, associating himself with Hon. Alfred G. Otis, who was a man well versed in human jurisprudence, and who, as Judge of the Second Judicial District from January, 1877 to January, 1881, won golden opinions as an administrator of justice. The firm of Otis & Glick lasted for fifteen years, Mr. Glick abandoning his lucrative practice in 1874, in consequence of a throat affection (sic). The firm settled up their affairs annually, never a dispute occurring, their last settlement having been effected within an hour.
Mr. Glick was the Democratic candidate for Judge of the Second Judicial District at the first election held under the Wyandotte Constitution, December 6, 1859. His vote was larger than that of any candidate on his ticket. He was elected a member of the Kansas House of Representatives from the City of Atchison in 1862, 63, 64, 65, 67, 75 and 1880. In the Legislative sessions of 1863, 64, 65, 66, 68 and 1881, he was a member of the Judiciary Committee, and was made the chairman of the same in 1865, 1866 and 1868, by the Republican Speakers of the House, Hon. Jacob Stotler, Hon. John T. Burris and Hon. Preston B. Plumb. He was on the Ways and Means Committee in the session of 1864; on the State Library Committee in 1868; on the Committees on Assessment and Taxation, and on Federal Relations, and Chairman of the Railroad Committee in the session of 1876, and on Banks and Banking in the session of 1881. In the session of 1876, Mr. Glick was Speaker pro tem, of the House. In May, 1874, Mr. Glick served as a member of the State Senate, having been elected to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Hon. Joseph C. Wilson.
July 28, 1866, he was one of the delegates elected by the Democrats to attend the Union Convention at Philadelphia, August 14, 1866; was a member of the Democratic State Central Committee appointed September 15, 1870; was appointed a member of the State Central Relief Committee, November 12, 1874; Gov. Thomas A. Osborn commissioned him a Centennial Manager, March 3, 1876, and he was elected Treasurer of the Board of Managers, and he was present at the first meeting of the Board at Philadelphia, at their office in the Kansas Building, June 4, 1876, when the arranging of the display was completed. July 29, 1868, he was made, by acclamation, the Democratic candidate for Governor, and at the election received some support outside of his political party.
He has been one of the County Commissioners of Atchison County, and, upon his accession to the office of Governor, was holding the position of Auditor of his county. Of the votes cast for Governor of Kansas, in 1882, George W. Glick, received 83,237; Gov. John P. St. John, 75,158; Ex-Gov. Charles Robinson, 20,933, scattering, 56. Mr. Glick received about 46 per cent of the vote cast. The highest vote ever before case for a Democratic candidate for office in Kansas was polled for Hon. Edmund G. Ross, for Governor in 1880. At the election Gov. St. John's vote was 115,204; Mr. Ross' 63,557; H. P. Vrooman's 19,477; scattering, 702. The percent of the vote received by Mr. Ross was nearly 32; Gov. St. John's in 1880, about 58 per cent; in 1882, about 44. The Democratic candidate for Secretary of State, in 1882, received a little over 33 per cent of the vote cast; James Smith, Republican, for the third time elected, had 53 per cent. Gov. Glick, a man of temperate habits of life, does not entertain the idea that "Prohibition" is a sovereign remedy for the evils arising from the use of the traffic in intoxicating drinks. February 22, 1876, while a member of the House, during the pendency of the proposed amendment to the dram shop act in the General Statutes of 1868, he asked to have the following protest to it spread upon the House journal, which appears on pages 933 and 934 of the journal of 1876. It reads as follows:
"MR. SPEAKER: I enter my protest against the passage of House bill No. 216, an act to amend Section 1 of Chapter 35 of the General Statues of 1868, relating to dram-shops, for the following reasons:
"1. A prohibitory liquor law, wherever tried, has been a failure, and has not accomplished its purposes. This proposition is conceded by all those who have given the subject a careful consideration, and were not controlled by fanaticism.
"2. This bill, if passed into a law, will result in the increased use of intoxicating liquors, as no one will attempt to enforce such a law.
"3. The regulation and control over the traffic in intoxicating liquors in cities is an absolute necessity for the preservation of the peace and good order of society, and that control over it is taken away by this bill.
"4. The revenue derived from the sale of intoxicating liquors aids in paying the burdensome expenses following in the wake of such sales, but by this law the burdens of the public are increased, while the ability of the public, and more especially the cities, to prevent them is decreased.
"5. The liquor traffic will, by this bill, if it becomes a law, greatly increase the number of places wherein liquor is sold, and as a necessary result the evils of the traffic will be greatly increased, the expenses of protecting life and property and preserving the peace of the public in cities greatly increased, with no resulting benefit from this bill if it becomes a law.
"6. The evils resulting from abolishing the license system will result in turning the politics of cities over to those who will secure the election of officers who will not prosecute or aid in enforcing the law, by which the moral character of all cities will suffer and crime will be greatly increased with inadequate power to prevent it.
"I am satisfied that my constituents do not desire any change in the present liquor law. I believe they are satisfied with its provisions, and under its operation they have been able to control its traffic, prevent the evils and abuses incident thereto, and preserve the peace and quietude of the city, and prevent increased immorality and law-breaking without being compelled to submit to increased taxation that would be needed if this bill becomes a law.
G. W. GLICK"
Gov. Glick has been prominently connected with the early Kansas railroads, especially those running into and out of Atchison. He was one of the first directors of the Central Branch of the Union Pacific, running west form Atchison, now extended nearly through to the Colorado line, and a part of the Missouri Pacific system; he was a director of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, the important railroad of the State and of the country west of the Mississippi; he was President of the Atchison & Nebraska Railroad from its organization until its completion, having spent four years of earnest labor in sacrificing efforts to accomplish its construction from Atchison to the capital city of Nebraska. Having organized the Atchison Gas Company, he secured the building of the gas works. He has erected many business and several dwelling houses in Atchison. He has a fine farm of about 600 acres in Shannon Township, about six miles west from the city of Atchison. About 200 acres are under cultivation, the remainder in pasture and woodland, there being some of the finest blue grass range here that can be found in the State. Nine miles of osage orange hedges mark the sub-divisions of the farm. As a tiller of the soil and a patron of husbandry, he has much to show for his labor of hand and brain. He conducts his business upon a scientific bases, and makes a registration of matters relating to stock and crops, knowing as a matter of debt and credit how every interest of his stands. He was the first master of the Shannon Hill Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry. He has been a Freemason for over thirty years, and aided in organizing the Royal Arch Chapter and Commandery of Atchison.
The wife of Gov. Glick was Miss Elizabeth Ryder, daughter of Dr. A. Ryder, of Fremont, Ohio. They were married at Massillon, Ohio, September 17, 1857. Frederick, their only son just attaining his majority, is the Private Secretary of the Governor. Jennie, their only daughter, is eighteen years of age. [William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas was first published in 1883 by A. T. Andreas, Chicago, IL.] Legislative and Political Annals, Part 20.
_James H. GRIFFITH __ | |--Noble J. GRIFFITH | |_Eleanor B. WHITZEL _
NAME/DOB/POBurial/DOD: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 224. Full dates. Listed as the son of James H. Griffith and Elenor B.
See also notes on father.
In speaking of helping his uncles George and John Bumbarger in their molasses undertaking, the author states that "Judy Edwards, my cousin, and Noble Griffith, the brother of my Uncle George's wife, were also employed for this work. Both were older than I by a couple years." "THE VILLAGE. MEMORIES OF LITHOPOLIS", John Bartram Kramer, August 1936, p 35.
CENSUS; 1860 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 322/312
GRIFFITH, James 52y brick mason b MD
", Eleanor 45y b PA
", Thomas 20y farm laborer b OH
", John 17y farm laborer b OH
", Sarah J. 15y b OH
", Noble 10y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., OH; pp 288A
GRIFFITH, James, 74y brick manufacturer b MD, parents b (left blank)
", Ellen, 2ife 66y b PA, keeping house, fa b PA, ma b NY
", Sarah J., dau 34y b OH, at home
", Noble, son 29y b OH, at home
McCONNELL, Elizabeth, sister-in-law 72y b PA, fa b PA, ma b NY
__ | |--Daniel HALDERMAN | |__
_Heinrich HARTMAN ________ | |--Carolina HARTMAN | |_Catharine Maria BENEDUM _+
NAME/DOB/DOBap/POBap/Parentage: "Jobs/Hiobs Union Church, German Reformed and
Lutheran, Violet township, Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1993, p 5.
_Daniel HEISTER ____+ | |--Sarah Ida HEISTER | |_Josephine E. HOOD _+
NAME: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co.,
Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 307.
DOM: "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V3, 1885-1890", Fairfield County Gen., Society, July 1998, p 11, "Ida, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel HEISTER of Bloom Township, and Ervin M. SOLT were married on October 22nd".
NAME/DOB/DOBap/POBap/Parentage: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1994, p 45.
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 8
HEISTER, Daniel, 53y farmer b OH; fa b Wurtemberg, ma b PA
", Josaphine E., 47y wife keeping house b OH; fa b VA, ma b OH
", Ellen N. or M., 25y dau at home b OH; parents b OH
", Edward M. or N. 22y son farmer b OH
", Albert L. 19y son, school teacher, b OH
", Ida S., 15y dau at home b OH
", John W., 12y son at home b OH
", Elmer E., 6y son b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 13A
SOLT, Ervin, head, b Nov 1858, 41y b [none listed], mar 15y
", Ida S., wife b Aug 1864, 35y b OH, parents b OH, had 1 ch 1 lliving
", Rollie, son b Oct 1887, 12y b OH, at school
DAVIS, Annie, servant b sep 1872, 27y b OH, parents b OH
[Note: No occupation listed, nor place of birth, nor place of birth of
parents for Ervin. The following also appear to be living at same residence]
SOLT, Sarah, head, b Aug 1819, 81y b OH, parents b PA
", Marion, son b Feb? 1854, 46y widow b OH, fab PA, ma b OH, farmer
", Homer, grand son b May 1890? 10?y b OH, parents b OH, at school
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 234
SOLT, Ervin M., head, 51y, married once, mar 24y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Ida E., wife, 45?y, had 2ch 2 living, b OH, parents b OH
", Mildred J., dau 7y b OH, parents b OH
[Family 233 was that of Rollie M. Solt]
CENSUS 1920, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, taken January 1920, visitation 30/30
SOLT, Irwin M. 61 b OH; parents b OH - farmer.
", Ida S. wife 55 b OH; parents b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 12B
SOLT, Rollie M., head, owns home, owns a radio set, resides on a farm, 42y b
OH, parents b OH, married at age 20, farm operator
", Edith E., wife 40y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA, married at age 18
", Robert H., son 12y b OH
", Ida S., mother, 65y widow b OH
LOCATION: 1936 - listed as a surviving sister, Mrs. Ida Solt of Mt. Vernon,
Ohio, in sister Ella's Apr. 1936 obituary.
Death certificate image. Ida S. Solt died Star Rest Home, 310 S. Cherry, Troy, Miami Co., OH, Aug. 27, 1949 aged 84y 11m 29d, widowed, born Aug. 28, 1864 in Canal Winchester to Daniel Heister and Josephine Hood. Informant was Mildred Ryburn. Buried Aug. 30 in Lithopolis Cem.
POBurial: Ida Solt 1858-1924, interred Aug. 30, buried 2nd addition, part 3, lot 282 grave 1. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 328.
_John W. HELLER _____+ | |--Arthur E. HELLER | |_Mary Lorraine CUPP _+
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 42. Years only.
DOD/POD: Ohio Historical Society's online death index. V 8165, Cert 37940. Arthur E. Heller.
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom twp., Fairfield Co., OH p 12
HELLER, John, 23y farm laborer b OH
", Laurane, 22y keeping house b OH, cannot write
", Arthur 4y at home b OH
", Mary J., 2y at home b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 15
HELLER, John W., 33y laborer b OH; fa b PA, ma b OH
", Mary L., 34y wife, keeping house, can't write, b OH; parents b OH
", Arther L., 13y son at school b OH
", Mary, 12y dau at school b OH
", Berta E., 6y dau at school b OH
", Jesse W., 4y son b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH - SD 11, ED 5, SH 4a, taken June 1900, South Street
HELLER, Arther, b Mar 1866 OH, 34y, parents b OH; day labor, married 12y
", Fannie, wife b Nov 1867, 33y b OH, parents b OH; 4 ch, 3 living
", Orpha, dau b July 1888, 11y b OH
", Hazel, dau b Mar 1894, 6y b OH
", John A., son b May 1896, 4y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 117 SH 4B Ward 7 precinct K
HELLER, Arthur E., head, 44y b OH, parents b OH, tinner, shop
", Fannie M., wife 43y b OH, parents b OH, had 4 ch 3 living, mar. 24y
", Hazel F., dau 16y b OH
", John A., son 12y b OH
WILLIAMs, Margarite, lodger, 23y single b OH, parents b OH, stenographer
NOTE: in 1910 the next residence is that of Jesse Heller.
NOTE: Since Fannie is noted as having 4 ch, but only 3 living in the 1910 census, I'm assuming that the Stella M. Heller buried next to them is the deceased child.
CENSUS: 1920 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; S. Pearl St., ED 53 SH 3B ward 2
HELLER, Arthur, head, 53y b OH, parents b OH, laborer, bolt? co.
", Fannie, wife 53y b OH, parents b OH
", Hazel, dau 26y divorced b OH, office assistant, physicians office
", John, son 23y b OH, chauffer, taxi co.
next residence is that of Jesse Heller
CENSUS: 1930 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; Pearl Alley, ED 13 SH 11B ward 2
HELLER, Arthur E., head, 64y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 21, owns home worth $2000, retired
", Fannie M., wife 62y b OH, fa b in U.S., ma in OH, married first at age 19, laundress
OBIT: Arthur E. Heller, age 70, at his home, 522 S. Pearl St., Tuesday. Survivors: wife Fannie M.; son, John; 2 daughters, Mrs. Ortha Moore and Mrs. E. A. Hast; 1 sister, Mrs. Bertha Heller Dawson, and two grandchildren. Member Cedar Grove Camp No. 1, W.O.W. Body at A. K. Graumlick & Son parlors. Services Friday, June 19, at 2 p.m. Burial Betzer Cem. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, June 17, 1936]
Death certificate image. Arthur E. Heller of 522 S. Pearl died in Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, June 16, 1936, aged 70y 2m 27d, married, wife Fannie M. Heller, retired sheet metal worker last worked in 1929 after 40 years. Born March 19, 1866 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, to John W. Heller b Fairfield Co., Ohio, and Mary L. Cupp b same. Informant was John A. Heller of 522 S. Pearl St. Buried June 19 in Betzer Cem.
_Charles Bright HEMPLEMAN _+ | |--Clythero Kenneth HEMPLEMAN | |_Lucretia H. ARTZ _________+
DOB/POB: Fairfield Co., Ohio records of births, familysearch.org, images. Clythero Hempleman born June 9, 1901 Bloom Twp. to Charles Hempleman and Lucretia Artz of Bloom Twp.
CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH district 52 vis 32
HEMPLEMAN, Charles B. 33 b OH, mar 9y, parents b OH, farmer
", Lucretia H. 28 wife b OH, had 1 ch 1 living, parents b OH
", Clithero K 8 son b OH
CENSUS 1920; Slough Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH visitation 76/76. The prior family was that of Henry J. Hempleman, 66, relationship unknown.
HEMPLEMAN, Charles B. 43 b OH; parents b OH; farmer
", Lucretia H., wife 58 b OH; parents b OH
", Clythero K. son 18 b OH
"CARROLL: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hempleman and son Kenneth motored to Carroll Saturday evening" [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, May 22, 1915, p 4].
DOD/POD: Name listed as Clyther K. Hempleman, died 19 Jan 1923 in Fairfield Co., OH. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.
DOB/DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Kenneth Hempleman 1901-1923. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 59.
Death certificate image. Clythero Kenneth Hempleman, single white male, aged 21y 7m, died Jan. 19, 1923, farmer, died of pneumonia, date of birth not shown, born in Fairfield Co., Ohio, to Charles Hempleman and Lucretia Artz both born in Fairfield Co., Ohio, informant was Charles Hempleman of Carroll, Ohio, buried Fairmonth? Jan. 21, 1923.
_John George HENSEL ___ | |--Marta Carolina HENSEL | |_Saloma Sarah BILLING _+
NAME/DOB/DOBap/POBap/Parentage: "Churchbooks of the Lutheran and German
Reformed Congregations of the Glick/Salem (Union)/Brick Church, 1808-1915,
Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1993, p 38.
DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield
Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996,, p 13. Stone not found there in 1995 but "there
is evidence of a stone which has been broken off at ground".
_George HIMROD __ | |--Lucy Ann HIMROD | |_Hester ALSPACH _+
NAME/DOB/DOBap/Parentage: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1994, p 28. Parents: George and Esther. Sponsors: Elisabeth Alspach. Last name spelling in book: EAMENROTH. Although first name is shown as Rosina, it is most likely Lucy Ann who's shown in census's and in the 1900 census it shows she was born in May 1837.
CENSUS: 1870 Eagle Twp., Hancock Co., OH; p 15 or 97
HIMRODE, George, 62y farmer b PA
", Hester, 59y keeping house b OH
", Lucy Ann, 32y at home b OH
", Sarah Ann, 28y at home b OH
", Rebecca 18y at home b OH
", George, 16y works on farm b OH
CENSUS: 1900 - 218 S. Main Street, Findlay, Hancock Co., Oh; ED 56 SH 4B
HIMROD, Lucy, domestic, b May 1837, 63y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, single. Resides in home with Anna Osterlin, head, who's an 83y widow, in what appears to be a multi-family home with two other family units.
Death certificate image. Lucy Himrod, Eagle Twp., Hancock Co., Ohio, died Aug. 18, 1909, aged 72y 2m 27d, single, born May 22, 1837 in Hancock Co., Ohio, to George Himrod b PA and Esther Alspach b OH. Buried in Canal Winchester, Aug. 21.
__ | |--David A. HIRST | |__
 DOM/POM: Texas online database. Names listed as David A. Hirst, 23, and Amy J. Fleener, 19. Obtained license on Feb. 14, 1991. Perhaps Fleener was a previous married name?
__ | |--Bessie Marie HITE | |__
POBurial: "Western Maryland and Pennyslvania Genealogy", online April 2001. Years only. "Bessie M. (White) FOOR", wife of Elmer Foor. Notice the name is "White".
LOCATION: 1918 - Marriage licenses - Elmer W. Foor, Everett, and Bessie N. Hite, East Providence Twp. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, Sept. 6, 1918]
__ | |--Helen S. HUFFMAN | |__
Monday, February 22, 1999, Observer-Reporter, Washington, PA.
Helen S. Conkle
Member of First Baptist Church, Bentleyville
Helen S. Conkle, 84, of Lincoln Avenue, Bentleyville, Somerset Township, died Friday, February 19, 1999, in her home.
She was born August 26, 1914, in Somerset Township, a daughter of James Harvey and Laura Frances Murray Huffman.
Mrs. Conkle was a homemaker and a 1935 graduate of Bentleyville High School.
She was a member of First Baptist Church, Bentleyville, where she served as deaconess, janitor, Sunday school teacher and treasurer. She was a member of its Women's Missionary Society.
Mrs. Conkle was a member of the former Somerset Community Club. She was a volunteer for the American Heart Association and for the former Helping Hands Store in Bentleyville.
On December 24, 1936, in Wellsburg, W.Va., she married A. Wayne Conkle, who survives.
Also surviving are a son, John W. Conkle of Bentleyville; four daughters, Frances Martin of Elyria, Ohio, Dorothy Martin of Amherst, Ohio, Sylvia Foor of Grindstone and Ocie Conkle of Bentleyville; 10 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
She was the last of her immediate family.
Deceased are three brothers, Nelson, Howard and Ernest Huffman; a sister, Ethel Bane; and an infant sister, Virginia.
_Henry KIGER ____ | |--John KIGER | |_Polly DUCKWALT _
NAME: From Marguerite Crist Calvin, January 1999, via email.
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Amanda Township, Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, April 1992, p 72. DOB figured from death at 79y 2m 2d.
"John, son of Henry and Polly KIGER, was b near Lancaster March 19, 1811, and died October 11, 1890, at 79y 6m 22d. On January 16, 1834 he m Elizabeth BOLLENBAUGH and became the father of 11 ch, 4 sons and 4 daughters survived." Buried in Amanda Cemetery, "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V3, 1885-1890", Fairfield County Gen., Society, July 1998, p 75.
CENSUS: 1850 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 1981/1981
KEIGER, John, 40y farmer b OH
", Elizabeth 37y b OH
", Mary 15y b OH
", Sarah 13y b OH
", William, 11y b OH
", Jacob 9y b OH
", Felix 5y b OH
", Pauline 2y b OH
__ | |-- KING | |__
_Alpheus "Alfred" Elijah KISTLER _+ | |--Emma M. KISTLER | |_Florence M. LAMB ________________+
 NAME/DOB/DOD: Name indexed as "Emma M. Kisiter" at familysearch.org, batch 807024-9, film 295271, reference book 3 p 138. Parents listed as "Alf Kisiter" and Florence Lamb.
_Adam KRAMER ____ | |--Adam KRAMER | |_Christina DUBS _
NAME: LDS info submitted by James Leroy Fagan, Findlay, OH, Submission #Af97-107586.
"Another family by the name of Kramer -- Louis, Philip, John, Michael, Adam,
Jacob, and George, all brothers, moved in with their families from
Pennsylvania, in 1807. Louis, who was a preacher of the United Brethren
Church, settled on Little Walnut creek, south of where Canal Winchester now
is, and soon after erected a saw and grist-mill there. Philip located in the
same vicinity, but afterwards removed to Hancock county. John settled a
short distance north of Winchester, and lived in the neighborhod unitl his
death, in 1853. His son, now living in Canal Winchester, was born in this
township, in 1808, and assisted in clearing much of the land north of the
village. Michael and Adam also settled in Madison, and Jacob and George in
Plain township" ["The History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio",
Williams Bros., 1880, p 440] Article was in the Franklin county section.
_Charles F. KRUMM __+ | |--Minnie M. KRUMM | |_Lida B. COCHENOUR _
CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH; ED 52, visitation 3
KRUMM, Charles F., 38y b OH, parents b Germany, farm laborer mar 12y
", Lida B., 30y wife b OH, 4 ch 4 living, b OH, parents b oH
", Otto E., 12y son b OH
", Luther F., 8y son b OH
", Minnie M., 5y dau b OH
", Mary R., 2y dau b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 31 SH 5A
KRUMM, Lyda, head, 39y widow b OH, parents b OH
", Otto E., son 22y single b OH, parents b OH, machinist, auto lamp
", Luther F., son 19y b OH, parents b OH, machinist, auto lamp
", Minnie M., dau 16y b OH, parents b OH
", Mary, dau 12y b OH, parents b OH
1958 - listed as a surviving sister, Mrs. Minnie Deal in brother Otto's April obit.
DOD/POD: Name listed as Minnie M. Deal, resided in Columbus, died in a long-term care facility in Grove City, Franklin Co., OH., on 24 Mar 1970 at age 65, widowed. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.
__ | |--Margaret LAURENT | |__
This appears to be a second wife, and perhaps not the father of the FOOR children that are mentioned in the obituary which follows:
OBIT: Baton Rouge, LA "The Advocate", online edition, 26 Sep 2001.
FOOR, ROBERT L.
Retired from the U.S. Air Force and a resident of Baton Rouge, he died at 1:25 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2001, at Jefferson Manor. He was 68 and a native of Ohio. Memorial graveside services in Roselawn Memorial Park at 9 a.m. Thursday, conducted by the Rev. Tom Denten. Survived by his wife, Marguerite Laurent Foor and her children, Mary Jo Duncan, Vincent A. Musso Jr., Mariano Musso, Kembra Gordon and Becky Gibbs; a daughter, Lisa Carter; a son, Scott Foor; and a sister and brother-in-law, Ann and Tony Ward. Preceded in death by his parents; and a brother, Edward Foor.
DOB: From "Descendants of Acadians Jacques Burgeois and Jeanne Trahan", Nov. 2001, by Jack K. Coffee, a submission to www.familytreemaker.com. Margaret m/2 Vincent Anthony Musso in 1954, and Junius Joseph Albarez in 1962.
LOCATION: 2003 - listed as a surviving sister-in-law, Marguerite L. Foor, in Robert W. "Bob" Fennell Sr.,'s Sept. 2003 obituary. Obituary posted on the "Istrouma Network" webpage which appears to be a website for Istrouma High School, Baton Rouge, LA. Bob died Sept. 22nd.
2009 - listed a surviving sister, Marguerite Foor in Marshall Wenceslaus Larent's obituary. He died Aug. 10, 2009 at age 72. Obit in "The Advocate" at 2theadvocate.com
__ | |--Hugh LITTLE | |__
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 50/48
HOY, Peter, 23y farmer b OH
", Margaret A., 20y b PA
LITTLE, Hugh, 20y farm laborer b OH
_Reuben LOTT _______ | |--Jeptha LOTT | |_Margaret MICHAELS _+
NAME/DOB/POB: From Karen E. Antink via July 2008 email.
CENSUS: 1850 Liberty Twp., Seneca Co., OH; p 401
LOTT, Reuben, 61y farmer b NJ, $2000 real estate
", Margr. 53y b PA
", Jeptha, 19y farmer b OH
", Nancy, 16y b OH
", Matilda, 13y b OH
", Hariet, 11y b OH
", Reuben, 10y b OH
", Laura A., 4y b OH
MICHAEL, Susan, 55y b PA
", Jackson, 15y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Hopewell Twp., Seneca Co., OH; p 1
LOTT, Jeptha, 49y farmer b OH, fa b NJ, ma b PA
", Phebe, 44y wife keeping house b OH, fa b PA, ma b Germany
", Irvin M., 21y son, single, laborer b OH
", Cora M., 18y dau b OH
", Vinton E., 17y son, farm hand b OH, attended school
", Ernest J., 7y son b OH, attended school
", Jesse E., 2y son b OH
DOD/POD/POBurial: Jeptha Lott, Jan.e 30, 1893, 57y 3m 17d. Sand Ridge Cem. transcriptions by posted on a website maintained by Kristina L. Krumm. Phoebe is shown May 8, 1831 to Feb. 22, 1895.
_George MANSPEAKER __ | |--John MANSPEAKER | |_Rachel HOUSEHOLDER _
CENSUS: 1850 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., OH; visitation 2/2
MANSPEAKER, George, 44y b PA, cooper
", Rachel, 32, Pa., cannot read & write
", Sarah, 16
", James, 14, school
", Caroline, 10, school
", George, 9, school
", John, 6
", Hannah, 4
", Samuel, 3
", Susan, 1
CENSUS: 1860 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; visitation 328
MANSPEAKER, George 54y farmer b PA
", Rachel 43y b PA
", George 18y farmer b PA
", John 15y b PA
", Hanah 14y b PA
", Samuel 13y b PA
", Susan 11y b PA
", Israel 9y b PA
", Eli 6y b PA
", Franklin 4y b PA
", William 2y b PA
", Elizabeth 1/12 b PA
__ | |--Frank A. MASON | |__
MASON Frank A. Mason Jr., age 90, of Columbus went to be with the Lord on Friday December 24, 2010. Born October 9, 1920, in Blaine, Ohio to the late Frank A. and Helen (Lengel) Mason Sr. Also preceded in death by sister Irene Luzenski, and brother John J. Mason. A WWII Army veteran, Frank was a retired aircraft builder and mechanic for North American Rockwell in Columbus. A lodge member F&AM, Groveport, Scottish Rite, member of American Legion and VFW, Columbus, FOE, and long-standing member of Foxfire Golf Club in Grove City. Survived by wife, Leatrice (Cossin) Mason; loving daughter, Karen Beck, Groveport; grandchildren, Nicholas Beck and Heather Beck; former son-in-law, John Beck; sister, Goldie Mason; many nieces; nephews; and dear friends including his golfing buddies Oakie and Jack; and all his friends at Foxfire. Friends may visit Tuesday December 28, 2010 from 2-4 & 6-8 p.m. at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, Ohio 43110 where a Masonic service will be at 7:30 p.m. Funeral service and celebration of life will be 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home with nephew Roger Henry officiating. Interment to follow at Lithopolis Cemetery. Donations may be made to Mt. Carmel Hospice in his memory. The family wishes to give a special "thank you" to his friend and physician Dr. Mark Carroll. Online condolences available at www.spencefuneralhome.com
Published in The Columbus Dispatch from December 26 to December 27, 2010
Published online in The Columbus Dispatch
__ | |--Caleb Michael MAYNARD | |__
Published: Monday, June 4, 2007; Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, NEWS 6B
MAYNARD Caleb Michael Maynard, our precious Angel, came into this world on May 27, 2007 and received his angel wings on June 1, 2007. He will be deeply missed by his parents Melissa Woods (Finegan) and Aaron Maynard. Friends may visit Wednesday from 1-2 p.m. at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester where funeral service will follow at 2 p.m. 3 p.m. interment at Lithopolis Cemetery. Donations may be made to Melissa Woods and Aaron Maynard to help defray funeral costs. Online condolences available to the family at www.spencefuneralhome.com
__ | |-- MCFARLAND | |__
_Ralph Leroy MEANS _ | |--Randy Lee MEANS | |_Mae Isabelle FOOR _+
 NAME/DOB: From Charlene (FOOR) BRUENING via April 1999 email.
_William Richard MILBURN _ | |--William Richard MILBURN II | |_Dolores Elaine FOOR _____+
_Lester H. MILLER __ | |--Evelyn R. MILLER | |_Lillian M. TILLEY _+
CENSUS: 1930 Cold Spring Twp., Shelby Co., IL; ED 4 SH 5B
MILLER, Lester H., head, 36y b IL, parents b IL, farmer, rents home, resides
on a farm, first married at age 21
", Lilian M., wife 33y b IL, parents b IL, first married at 18
", Harold L., son 13y b IL
", Evelyn R., dau 9y b IL
__ | |--Charles T. MOORE | |__
 NAME/DOB: From The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118. page 276, #117878.
_John P. MORRIS _______ | |--Zena MORRIS | |_Louisa Ann MCPHERSON _+
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 5 SH 14B
MORRIS, Louisa, head, b Feb 1860, 40y widow b OH, parents b OH, had 2 ch 2
", John P., son b Sep 1880, 19y b OH, parents b OH
", Zena, dau b Jan 1893, 7y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Ohio State School for the Blind, Franklin Co., OH; ward 3 ED 58 SH 12B
MORRIS, Zena, pupil, 17y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Institution for Feeble-Minded, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ward 11 sh 23A ed 191
MORRIS, Zena, inmate, 26y single b OH, parents b unknown
CENSUS: 1930 Insitution for feeble minded, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 91 Sh 19A p 203
MORRIS, Zena, inmate, 37y single b in U.S., parents b in U.S.
Death certificate image. Zena Morris, Insitution for Feeble Minded, Scioto Twp, Pickaway Co., Ohio, resident of community for 11y 10m 23d, single, died April 7, 1942 aged 49y 3m 0d, tuberculosis of lungs. Born Jan. 7, 1893 in Carroll, Ohio to ____ Morris b 'not known' and Louisa Sales b 'not known'. Informant was Robert L. Frazier of Orient, Ohio. For Burial/Cremation or Removal it lists Ohio State University, April 7, 1942.
_David C. MOSIER _ | |--George L. F. MOSIER | |_Lucinda FULTON __
CENSUS: 1850 Somerset, Perry Co., OH
MOSIER, D. C. 28y b OH, tailer? Sailer?
", Lucinda, 29y b OH
", Augustus, 8y b OH
", S. E., 5y b OH
", George E., 3y b OH
", David, 1/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 325/315
MOSIER, David C., 39y merchant b OH
", Lucinda, 39y b OH
", Augustus M. 18y b OH
", Sarah E. 15y b OH
", George L. F. 12y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Pella Twp., Marion Co., IA, p 2 or 177B
MOSIER, David, 50y stock dealer, $1000 real estate, $500 personal property, b
", Lucinda, 51y keeping house b OH
", George, 22y painter, $125 personal prop., b OH
BOWEN, William, 23y painter b IL
CENSUS: 1880 Pella city, Marion Co., IA; p 30B; University Street
MOSIER, G. L., 31y painter b OH, parents b OH
", S., 27y wife keeping house b IA, parents b Germany
", D. C., 2y son at home b IA, fa b OH, ma b IA
", D. C., 61y father, widowed, cattle dealer b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1885 Atlantic, Cass Co., IA; visitation 140/128
MOSSIER, George L., 33y grain & cattle dealer
", Cedar, 30y female, keeps house b OH
", David Jr., 6y b OH
", David Sr., 56y grain and cattle dealer b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Atlantic city, Atlantic township, Cass Co., IA; ED 34 SH 7A p 31
MOSIER, George L., head, b Dec 1852, 47y b OH, fa b OH, ma b VA, mar. 25y,
", Grace S., wife b June 1856, 44y b IA, parents b Germany, had 2 ch 1 living
1905 - Atlantic, Cass Co., IA census card. Name listd as Geo. Mosier, retired, 10 years common school education, born Ohio, parents b OH, age 41, widowed, can read and write, in IA for 37 years.
CENSUS: 1910 Atlantic, Cass Co., IA; ED 32 SH 16A ward 3
MOSIER, George, head, 58y b OH, parents b OH, shipper, stock
", Sarah, wife 53y b IA, parents b Germany, mar. 35y, both married once, had 2 ch 1 living
CENSUS: 1925 Atlantic, Cass Co., IA
LIMPUS?, Ella B., head, 57y widow, owns home free of mortgage valued at $6000
and insured for $4000, in U.S. for 57 years, in Iowa for 47 years, highest
grade attended was high school; b OH, father C. L. Brown b OH, mother S. E.
Mosier b OH, parents b OH, presbyterian.
MOSIER, Geo., roomer, 79y widow, in U.S. for 79y, in Iowa for 50; b OH,
father David Mosier b OH, mother Lucinda Fulton b OH, parents b OH, methodist
_Jacob NOTHSTEIN __+ | |--Emma Maud NOTHSTINE | |_Mahalia SPANGLER _+
NAME/MAIDEN NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 290-291. Years only.
DOD/POD: Name listed as Emma M. Peer, V 7611 Cert. 54512, "Ohio Death Certificate Index, 1913-1937", Ohio Historical Society, online ohiohistory.org.
CENSUS: 1900 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH, visitation 131/135
NOTHSTINE, Jacob, head, b Aug 1844, 55y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 35y, farmer
", Mahala, wife b Aug 1846, 53y b OH, parents b OH, had 10 ch 8 living
", Maud, dau b July 1880 14y b OH
", Malvin, son b Jan/Jun 1884, 16y b OH
", Demer?, dau b Jun 1886, 14y b OH
RUSSELL, Hazel, granddaughter b Jun 1889 OH, 10y parents b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 18 SH 6B
PEER, Bert L., head, 28y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 7y, mar. once,
", Emma M., wife 28y b OH, parents b OH, had 2 ch 1 living, married once
", Lawrence A., son 3y b OH
", Clarence E., brother 24y b OH, parents b OH, married once, married less
than a year
", Dema G., sister-in-law, 23y b OH, parents b OH, had 0 ch, married less
than a year.
CENSUS: 1920 Groveport, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; Front Street; SH 16A
PEER, Bert L., 38y b OH, parents b OH, insurance agent
", Emma M., wife 38y b OH, parent sb OH
", Lawrence [G.?], 13y b OH
Death certificate image. Name shown as Emma Maud Peer of Groveport, Ohio, died in Groveport, Ohio on Sept. 29, 1934 at age 53y 2m 4d. Date of birth left blank. Housewife. Husband Bert L. Peer. Born Pickaway Co., Ohio to Jacob Nothstine b Pickaway Co. and Mahala Spangler b Fairfield Co. Buried Lithopolis on Sept. 30, 1934.
__ | |--Allyson Britt PARILLO | |__
__ | |--Thomas PARKER | |__
CENSUS: 1830 Pleasant Twp., Brown Co., OH
PARKER, Thomas, one male under 5, one 20-30. One female 20-30
__ | |-- PONTIOUS | |__
_Ronald POWELL _____ | |--Jaren POWELL | |_Lova C. MUSSELMAN _+
 NAME: Listed as a surviving daughter, Jaren Gentile of Rochester in father's Dec. 2004 obituary.
_Leslie E. QUICKEL ________ | |--Evelyn QUICKEL | |_Elizabeth Isabell SNYDER _+
 NAME: Mentioned as a surviving daughter, Evelyn Dean, in mother's Oct. 2002 obituary. Of Lithopolis.
_Cory W. RALSTON __ | |--Bryce Wayne RALSTON | |_Holli J. LAWHEAD _+
 NAME/DOB/POB: Mother's maiden name listed as Lawhead. Ancestry.com. California Birth Index, 1905-1995 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.
__ | |--Joseph SCHATTEAU | |__
CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 166 SH 2A p 40
SCHATTEAU, Joseph M., head, 47y b OH, parents b France, married once, mar. 19y, commercial salesman, shoe factory
", Ida, wife 46y b OH, parents b OH, had 4 ch 2 living, married twice
", Helen, dau 18y b OH, parents b OH, sales lady, dry goods retail
", Gertrude, dau 13y b OH, parents b OH
__ | |--Joseph SCOTT | |__
CENSUS: 1880 South Branch Twp., Crawford Co., MI, p 8, visitation 80/85
SCOTT, Joseph, 30y farmer b MI
", Elizabeth 27y wife keeping house b PA
", Ida, 6y dau at school b MI
", Oliver B., 5y son b MI
", Henry 3y son b MI
CENSUS: 1900 South Branch Twp., Crawford Co., MI, sheet 2 A
SCOTT, Joseph b Apr 1850, 50y mar 27y, b MI, parents b NY, farmer
", Elizabeth, wife b Aug 1852, 47y had 3 ch 3 living b PA, parents b PA
", Charles E., son b Aug 1883, 16y, b MI, fa b MI, ma b PA, farm laborer
", --vin M., son b may 1885, 15y b MI, fa b MI, ma b PA, farm laborer
", ----- V., son b Feb 1888, 12y b MI, fa b MI, ma b PA, farm laborer
", ------, father b Sep 1822, 77y widowed, b NY, fa b Ger., ma b Scotland
CENSUS: 1910 South Branch Twp., Crawford Co., MI; visitation 34/34, sheet 2B
SCOTT, Joseph, head, 60y b MI, parents b NY, married once, mar. 37y, farmer
", Elizabeth F., wife 56y b PA, parents b PA, had 9 ch 6 living
", Henry F., son 32y single b MI, farm laborer
", Charles E., son 26y b MI, farm laborer
", Alvin M., son 24y married less than a year, b MI, farm laborer
", Vernon M., son 22y single b MI, farm laborer
", Alice E., dau-in-law 24y b MI, fa b NY, ma b England, school teacher,
married less than a year.
CENSUS: 1920 South Branch Twp., Crawford Co., MI, visitation 61/62
SCOTT, Joseph, head, owns home, 69y b MI, fa b NY, ma b US, farmer
", Elizabeth, wife 66y b PA, parents b PA
", Henry F., son 44y single b MI, farm laborer, working out
", Charles E., sn 36y single b MI, farm laborer, working out
", Vernon M., son 33y single b MI, farm laborer, home farm
_ SHAFFER _ | |--Joseph SHAEFFER | |___________
DOM/DOB: From Robert N. Shaffer via July 2006 email. "Son of Daniel Shaffer of Berks Co., PA and Catherine "Kitty" Alspach. He served in the War of 1812 in the Ohio Militia and died ca 1835 in Marion Co., OH.
Robert submitted the following info:
Catherine and Joseph had the following children:
Daniel b 22 Jan 1818 Fairfield Co., OH d 20 Jan 1861 Marshall Co., IN
John A b 18 Feb 1822 Holmes Co., OH d 24 Nov 1893 Marshall Co., IN
m Mary Jane McPherson
Joseph b ca 1823 Holmes Co., OH d Aug 1877 Lane, Kansas
m Delinda Sult 16 Nov 1848
Mary b ca 1825 Holmes Co., OH m Joseph Shaffer
Elizabeth b ca 1826 Holmes Co., OH
m Moses Patterson 11 May 1845
Matilda b ca 1828 Holmes Co., OH d 13 Jan 1912Lane, Kansas
m Hanson Veatch 3 June 1847
David B b 6 June 1830 Holmes Co., OH d 14 Apr 1901 Plymouth, IN
m Delilah Doty 25 Dec 1855
Abraham b 5 jan 1832 Holmes Co., OH d 26 Aug 1907 Marion, IN (my grgrandfather)
m Rosannah Koontz 14 Oct 1855 Bertrand, Berrien, CO, MI
_Kelly SHANNON _ | |--Jeff SHANNON | |_Linda FOOR ____+
 Graduated 1997 from Licking Heights High School (Licking County, OH)
_Samuel C. SHOWALTER _+ | |--Malinda SHOWALTER | |_Margaret FRENCH _____
 NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial/Parentage: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 105. Died at 3y 9m. DOB figured from age at death.
_Jacob SHRIDE __ | |--Peter SHRIDE | |_Hannah BOWMAN _
NAME/DOB/POB: From 1850 census. Listed with in-laws and wife.
DOM/POM: Names listed as Peter Shride and Mary Fellers. "Fairfield County,
Ohio Marriages, V II, 1836-1851", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 2005.
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 315.
Jacob Shride's 1865 partition records mention an heir, Peter Shride, deceased, who were Margaret, Mary Catharine, and Amandus Shride. "Partition Record Abstracts, V2, 1851-1900 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1988, p 28.
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1669
FELLER, Frederick 70y farmer b PA
", Susan 44y b PA
SHRIDE, Peter 23y b OH
", Mary 22y b OH
__ | |--Francis SHULL | |__
"Francis [son of Joseph and Mary (HUBER)] married Dec. 14, 1873 Naomi, daughter of David Morehart, and they have two children, Joseph and Emma." History of Hancock County, Ohio, Warner Beers & Co., 1886.
CENSUS: 1900 Amanda Twp., Hancock Co., OH ED 48 SH 9B
SHULL, Franklin, head, b Mar 1840, [age has 'blob'], mar 28y, parents b OH,
", Naoma, wife b Aug 1846, 53y b OH, had 3 ch 3 living
", Emma, dau b May 1875, 25y single b OH
", Edward, son b Feb 1886, 14y b OH, at school
MOREHART, Sqire, brother-in-law b Oct 1851, divorced, day laborer, b OH,
parents b OH
__ | |--Angelina Marie SICHINI | |__
NAME: Mentioned as one of two surviving sister in brother Loretto P. Sichini's July 19, 2001 obituary. "Angelina Foor" [Columbus Dispatch, Obituary of Loretto P. Sichini age 78, Thursday, 19 Jul 2001]
CENSUS: 1930 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 151 Sh 15A p 211; 791 Bonham Ave.
SICHINI, Patsy, head, rents home for $15/month, 49y b Italy, parents b Italy, married first at age 24, immigrated 1902, no occupation
", Mary, wife 46y b Italy, parents b Italy, married first at 19y, immigrated 1906, no occupation
", Blendie, dau 18y b OH, laborer, glass factory
", Mary, dau 16y b OH
", Anglina, dau 15y b OH
", Conls?, son 12y b OH
", Annie, dau 9y b OH
", Loratto?, son 7y b OH
", Louis, son 4 7/12 b O H
", Nick, son 2 2/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1940 - Walters Street, Columbus, Ohio, ED 193-270 Sh 6A
FOOR, Arch L., head, 30y b OH, 7 years schooling, in 1935 lived in Columbus,
Ohio, machine operator, auto parts
", Mrs. A. L., wife, 25y b OH
", A. E., son 2y b OH
", John, son 1y b OH
COLUMBRO, Nick, stepson 5y b OH
SSDI shows last residence as Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.
OBIT: FOOR Angelina Marie Sichini Foor, of Columbus, Oh., born March 24, 1915, passed away peacefully surrounded by loving family on December 5, 2001. She was a member of St. Mathias Catholic Church. Preceded in death by husband Archie Foor. Survived by 3 sons, Patrick and Archie of Columbus and Johnny of Ft. Myers, Fla.; 12 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; 4 surviving sisters-in-law, Marie Sichini of Gahanna, Eileen Sichini of Cincinnati, Clara Casmo of Columbus and Helen Moran of Buckeye Lake, Oh.; many nieces, nephews and great-nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the SCHOEDINGER CLEVELAND AVE. CHAPEL, 2741 Cleveland Ave., 6-8 p.m. Sunday. Prayer service 8 p.m. Funeral Mass 11 a.m. Monday at Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church in St. Joseph Cemetery, 6440 S. High St. 43222. Fr. Smith officiating. [Columbus Dispatch, Friday, Dec. 7, 2001, NEWS 07F]
April 24, 2002, a waiver and consent on Angelina M. Foor's estate records, Case #485567, Franklin Co., OH listed Donald Patrick Foor, Archie E. Foor, and John Louis Foor.
DOB/DOD/POB/POD: Name listed as Angelina Marie Foor, born, died and resided in Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio. Father's surname Sichini, mother's Selivata. Widowed. V 33092 Cert. 99704. "Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Death Index, 1958-2002" [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-2002.
__ | |--Carole Sue SMITH | |__
 NAME/DOB/DOM/Spouse: From descendant Susan Durbin via email, March 1999.
__ | |--Charles Robert SMITH | |__
 NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 79. Name listed as Charles Robert Smith, full dates, PFC US Army WWII.
_Harper Elton SMITH ________+ | |--Paul E. SMITH | |_Merle Rosella HOUSEHOLDER _+
CENSUS: 1930 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; ED 10 SH 4B
SMITH, Harper E., head, 31y b PA, parents b PA, farmer, first married at 22
", Merle, wife, 25y b PA, parents b PA, first married at 16
", Paul, son 8y b PA
", Laverne, dau 6y b PA
", D. Edward, father 62y widow b PA, parents b PA, farmer
1947 - listed as a surviving son, Paul E. Smith of Altoona in father's Nov. obit.
_Reuben SMITH ____+ | |--Seymour McClelland SMITH | |_Eliza Ann GLICK _+
NAME/Parentage/DOB/DOBap: "Trinity Lutheran Church, Marcy/Ashville, Pickaway Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Society, 1994, p 6. "Tiemore McClellen Smith". Parents listed as Ruben and Eliza Smith. Sponsors were parents. Page 7 lists the baptism of "Seymour McClellan Smith" on 11 Jun 1864, no birthdate, parents listed as Reuben and Eliza Smith.
CENSUS: 1880 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH - visitation 113
SMITH, Reuben, 58y farmer b OH, parents b PA
", Eliza, 52y wife keeping house, b OH, parents b PA
", Martin, 26y son, married during census year, teacher, b OH
", Anna, 25y dau-in-law, married during census year, at home, b OH
", Orlando, 24y son, single, farmer b OH
", Ellsworth, 18?y son, teacher, single b OH
", Semore, 16y son, works on farm, attended school, b OH
", Addie, 13y dau, attended school, b OH
", Bertie, 10y dau, attended school, b OH
MAY, Raleigh, 16y works on farm, attended school, b OH, parents b OH
GLICK, Jesse, 60y brother-in-law, works on farm, b OH, fa parents b PA
HUNT, Annie, 20y domestic b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH
BIXLER, Martha, 18y domestic b OH, parents b OH
Death certificate image. Seymour McClelland Smith, resides on the Harrison & Madison Twp. Line, died Harrison Twp., Pickaway Co., Ohio, June 27, 1941, aged 76y 10m 27d, married to Cora Belle Smith. Coronoary Occlusion. Bornd Aug. 3, 1864 in Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., Ohio to Reuben Smith b Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., Ohio and Eliza Glick b same. Informant was Luther M. Smith of Ashville, Ohio. Buried Reber Hill Mausoleum June 30.
_William SMITH ____ | |--Simon E. SMITH | |_Margaret E. FOOR _+
CENSUS; 1900 Snake Spring Twp., Bedford Co., PA, SH 4A p 147
SMITH, William b Nov 1850 PA, mar. 2y, farmer
", Jane, wife b Dec 1860, 39y had 5 ch 5 living, b PA
", Maggie, dau b Mar 1882, 18y b PA
", Amanda V., dau b Aug 1884, 15y b PA
", Simon E., son b May 1887, 13y b PA, farm laborer
", Carrie E., dau b Dec 1891 8y b PA
", Chester E., son b Aug 1895, 4y b PA
[too dark to read], John B., stepson b Nov 1883, 16y b PA, farm laborer
", Katie J., step dau b Apr 1887, 13y b PA
LOCATION: 1950 listed as a surviving brother of Bedford in brother John's December obituary.
_Harvey A. SOLT ______+ | |--Dorothy L. SOLT | |_Ida Louisa FREIBLEY _+
CENSUS: 1910 Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; SH 14B
SOLT, Harvey, head, 40y b OH, parents b OH, farmer, general farm
", Ida, wife 43y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, mar. 12y, had 5 ch 5 living, both
", Cecil, son 10y b OH
", Famah, dau 8y b OH
", Dortha, dau 5y b OH
", Howard, son 2y b OH
", Horace, son 5/12 b OH
CENSUS 1920, Greencastle and Lancaster Pike, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - visitation 158/158
SOLT, Harvey A., 50 b OH; parents b OH; farmer
", Ida L., wife 50 b OH; father b PA; mother b OH
", Howard H., son 12 b OH
", Forrest R., son 10 b OH
", Famah P., dau 18 b OH
", Dorothy L., 15 dau b OH
_Mike STAFFAN _______ | |--Brittany Nicole STAFFAN | |_Candi Sue STRETTON _+
 NAME/DOB/POB: from Rich Stretton via Sept. 2007 email.
_Wilbur Almont STEBELTON _+ | |--Paul E. STEBELTON | |_Christine Marie CARR ____
NAME: via Howard D. Stebelton, August 1999 email.
Listed as surviving son and dau-in-law in mother's Nov 1996 obituary. Paul and Elaine.
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 8A
STEBELTON, Wilbur A., head, owns home, owns a radio set, resides on farm, 30y
b OH, parents b OH, married at age 21, farm operator
", Marie C., wife 31y b OH, parents b OH, married at age 22
", Howard D., son 7y b OH
", Harold W., son 6y b OH
", Paul E., son 5y b OH
", Viola M., dau 1 6/12 b OH
", Louis E., mother, 68y widow b OH, parents b OH
2004 - listed as a surviving brother, Paul (Elaine) Stebelton in sister Viola's December obit.
_Darrell E. STRAWHACKER _ | |--Mary STRAWHACKER | |_D. Jeannne SCHNEIDER ___+
 NAME: mentioned as a surviving daughter, Mary and Marty McDonald of Morning Sun in mother's June 2004 obit.
__ | |--Barbra Ellen SUESS | |__
 DOB: Barbara Suess Foor is listed as a 1982 graduate of McClintock H.S., Tempe, AZ; reunion.com.
_Jacob SCHWANDER _ | |--Daniel SWANDER | |_Barbara GERSTER _
_Frederick SWANDER ___+ | |--Savilla SWANDER | |_Eva Catherine GLICK _+
NAME/DOB/DOM/POM/PARENTAGE/POB/POD/DOD: From online website entitled "David Baker, Peter Hartman and Frederick Schwander descendants beginning about 1745", no name/webmaster listed, but an id of firstname.lastname@example.org. Site currently at http://www.rootsites.com/baker/. Supposedly this Hartman/Swander family when to Whitley Co., Indiana befre 1842.
DOM/POM: Names listed as Sibella Swander and Peter Hartman, "Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V II, 1836-1851", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 2005, p 276.
CENSUS: 1840 Shelby Co., OH
One male 15-20
One male 20-30
Three females 10-15
One female 20-30
One female 50-60
CENSUS: 1850 Salem Twp., Shelby Co., OH; p 308
HARTMAN, 38?y farmer b PA, $1800 real estate
", Sevila, 30y b OH
", Lewis, 8y b OH, attended school
", Benjamin F., 5y b OH, attended school
", George, 3y b OH
", Johnathon, 1y b OH
Child Eva S. Fey born 1856 near Columbia City, IN, resided in Sidney, Ohio and died Sept. 9, 1933 in Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH; widow of John Fey.
Child Sarah E. Roberts of 332 Michigan, Sidney, Shelby Co., OH, died Sept. 23, 1933 aged 80y 3m 12d, widow of Thomas Roberts, born June 11, 1853 in Port Jefferson, Ohio.
_Howard SWARTZ ____ | |--Mary SWARTZ | |_Susan Ellen FOOR _+
CENSUS: 1900 Davis district, Tucker Co., WV, ED 136 SH 7B
SWARTZ, Howard, head, b Dec 1865, 34y b PA, parents b PA, mar. 10y
", Ellen, wife b May 1862, 38y b PA, parents b PA, had 4 ch 3 living
", Mary, dau b Jan 1892, 8y b WV
", Ruth, dau b Apr 1894, 6y b WV
", Nellie, dau b Oct 1898, 1y b WV
CENSUS: 1910 Thomas Town, Tucker CO., WV, ED 148 SH 17A p 92
SWARTZ, Howard, head, 44y b PA, parents b PA, mar. 19y, coal miner
", Ellen, wife 46y b PA, parents b PA, had 5 ch 4 living
", Mary, dau 18y b WV
", Laura R., dau 16y b WV
", Nellie M., dau 11y b WV
", Theodore, son 8y b WV
_Amos SWOYER _______+ | |--Elizabeth SWOYER | |_Katherine FELLERS _
NAME/PARENTAGE/DOB/POB: Chris Lallier gedcom at Rootsweb.com, July 2003 update.
CENSUS: 1850 Eagle Twp., Hancock Co., OH; visitation 112/112.
SWOYER, Amos 36y farmer b PA
", Catherine 36y b PA
", Angeline 15y b OH
", Elizabeth 13y b OH
", Sophia 11y b OH
", Josiah 10y b OH
", Catherine 8y b OH
", Lucinda 6y b OH
", Lavina 4y b OH
", John 2y b OH
", Aaron 4/12 b OH
_William Henry THOMAS _ | |--Erville Cloyd THOMAS | |_Delilah F. FOOR ______+
CENSUS: 1900 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; ED 10 SH 7A
THOMAS, William, head, b Mar 1867, 33y b PA, parents b PA, farmer, mar. 15y
", Delilah, wife b July 1866, 33y b PA, parents b PA
", Martha E., dau b Mar 1886, 14y b PA, at school
", Rebecca M., dau b May 1888, 12y b PA, at school
", Bertha A., dau b Oct 1891, 8y b PA, at school
", Erville C., son b July 1893, 6y b PA, at school
", Ethal M., dau b Jun/Jan. 1896, 4y b PA
", Jenny, dau b Feb 1899, 1y b PA
CENSUS: 1910 Woodbury Twp., Bedford Co., PA; ED 32 SH 2B
THOMAS, William 43 b PA, parents b PA, farm laborer, mar. 24y, both married
", Delilah 44 wife b PA, parents b PA, had 8 ch 7 living
", Bertha 18 dau b PA
", Erville Cloyd 16 son b PA
", Ethel Margaret 14 dau b PA
", Jenie Tressa 11 dau b PA
", Bernard 3 son b PA
1917 - Johnstown city, PA, draft registration card. Name listed as Cloyd Erville Thomas born July 24, 1893 in Bedford Co., PA, resides in Johnstown, PA., conductor for Castria Steel Company in Johnstown, PA, married, tall height, medium build. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002.
__ | |--S. Lilly E. TOOLE | |__
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 343. Years only. Name listed as "S. Lilly E. Tobin".
MAIDEN NAME: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 343. Listing for son Leroy mentions that he's the son of Harvey Tobin and Lillie Toole.
CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 12
TOOLE, Robert E., 45y farmer b OH, $1000 real estate, $400 personal estate
", Lucinda, 39y keeping house b OH
", James W., 19y attending school b OH
", John W., 12y b OH
", Lilly S., 9y b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - SD 11, ED 5 SH 1A
TOBEN, Harvey b April 1860, 40y b OH, married 14y, father b VA, mother b PA,
", Lillie, wife b April 1861, 39y b OH, had 7 ch, 7 living.
", Albert, son b Aug 1883 OH, 16y; day laborer
", Ettie, dau b Oct 1887 13y OH
", John, son b Aug 1889 10y OH
", Robert, son b Oct 1891, 8y b OH
", James, son b June 1889, 10y OH
", Benjamin son b Sept 1896 4y b OH
", Leroy?, son b Mar 1896 4y OH
CENSUS: 1930 Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co.,OH; ED 11 SH 7B
TOBIN, Harvey, head, owns home worth $1600, does not live on a farm, 70y b
OH, fa b VA, ma b Irish Free State, no occupation, first married at 25
", Lily, wife 68y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 23
", Leroy, son 34y single b OH, parents b OH, house painter
TOOLE, James, brother-in-law 79y married b OH, parents b OH, first married at
Death certificate image. Lillie E. Tobin, West Jefferson, Ohio, died Jan. 4, 1941 in Jefferson Twp., Madison Co., Ohio, 79y 8m 16d, widow of Harvey Tobin. Born April 18, 1861 in Lithopolis, Ohio, to Robert Toole b Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio and Lucinda Azbell b Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio. Informant was Mrs. Etta Darfess? of West Jefferson. Buried Lithopolis Cem., Jan. 7.
_ VOLCHICK _______ | |--Mary Ann VOLCHICK | |_Dorothy M. FOOR _+
 NAME: Ancestry.com. A Scofield survey . Provo, UT. MyFamily.com, Inc.. 2004. A Scofield survey : Daniel Scofield (d. ca. 1669) and Richard Scofield (1613-1670) and their descendants for about six generations : Rufus Scofield (1773-1854) and his descendants. Scofield, Harriet,. High Point, N.C.. unknown. 1986, p 70.
_George W. WILLIAMSON _+ | |--Amanda R. WILLIAMSON | |_Elizabeth KEMP _______
NAME/SPOUSE/PARENTAGE: "Pioneer Period and Pioneer People of Fairfield County, Ohio", C. M. L. Wiseman, 1901, p 349.
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 112. "Amanda, wife of John". DOB figured from age at death; 27y 4m 1d.
CENSUS: 1850 - age 9 b OH.
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 124/120
WILLIAMSON, George, 59y farmer b VA
", Elizabeth 57y b VA
", Elizabeth 21y b OH
", Amanda 18y b OH
", Henry 16y b OH
", Albert W., 14y b OH
DOM/POM: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1851-1900", CD #236. "Amanda R. Williamson".
"Died on December 11th following an explosion and fire involving a coal oil lamp, Mrs. John Coffman, who lived near Rock Mill", December 17, 1868 issue, "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V 1, 1826-1873, Fairfield County Gen., Society, March 1998, p 122.
_ WOLFF _ | |--Sarah Margaret WOLFF | |_________
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 169. Buried 2nd addition, part 1, lot 4, grave 2. "Sarah nee Wolfe". Page 368 lists her as "Sarah Margaret Wolf Bowman".
MAIDEN NAME: (above) plus shown as "Sarah Wolf" in Delmer P.'s probate birth record.
DOD/POD: Ohio Historical Society's death index, V 5400, Cert. 40297. Name listed as Sarah M. Bowman.
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 15B, enumerated
in June 21st
BOWmAN, Abraham, b Jan 1861, 39y b OH, parents b OH, mar 11y, farmer
", Sarah, wife b Feb 1870, 30y b OH, parents b OH
", Delmer P., son b Nov 1891, 8y b OH, at school
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 52, visitation 149
BOWMAN, Abraham H., 49y b OH, parents b OH
", Sarah M., 40y b OH, wife, mar 21y, had 1 ch 1 living, parents b OH
", Delmer P., son 18y b OH
WOLF, Jacob, bro-in-law 46y b OH, parents b OH, clerk, grocery
FAUSNAUGH, Anna R., 3y b OH, parents b Ohio, foster daughter
Death certificate image. Sarah Margaret Bowman died July 2, 1927, aged 51y 4m 6d, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, born Feb. 26, 1870 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, to Jacob Wolf b OH and Caroline Judy b OH. Informant was Abraham H. Bowman of Greencastle, Ohio. Buried Lithopolis July 4. Deceased was attended to from June 22, 1927 to July 2, 1927. Cause was cancerous growth in pelvic or lower abdominal region. Was only called to relieve pain and administer heart stimulant. No examination of growth made. Duration? "Don't know". Contributory cause: Don't know, treated by some [crude?] ___ woman in KY. Only called to administer for her heart. Signed by J. A. Keischner of Lithopolis.
__ | |--Minerva WRIGHT | |__
_David ZOLL __+ | |--Harriet Almeda ZOLL | |_Sarah CRIST _
 NAME/DOB/POB/DOD/POD: From Arlene Zoll McLennan via November 2000 email.