__ | |--Alberta J. | |__
NAME/DOD/POD: From descendant Michael Ray FOOR via May, 2000 email.
DOB/DOD: California death index online. Name listed as Bertie J. Bean, born OK.
Maiden Name: Alberta J. Beene, born Feb. 12, 1900 in OK, died Ventura Co., CA. Mother's maiden name Willaby. Father's not shown. Ancestry.com. California Death Index, 1940-1997 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000.
__ | |--Catherine | |__
CENSUS: 1930 Easton, Northampton Co., PA; 728 Seitz Ave.; ED 54 SH 1B
RYMOND, George F., head, rents home for $35/month, 35y b PA, parents b PA,
first married at age 21, brakeman, Lehigh Valley
", Catherine, wife 33y b PA, parents b PA
", George F., Jr., son 11y b PA
__ | |--Marcella | |__
PHILLIPS Marcella Phillips, age 72, passed away along with her son, Robert Mitchell Phillips in a house fire on Thursday, June 17, 2010. Born in Martin, Kentucky on January 17, 1938. Member of Grove City Church of God. Survived by daughter, Deborah Jean Phillips Rathburn; grandchildren, Steven Phillips, Larisa Nalasco, and Adam Rathburn; great-grandchildren, Reese, Eli, and Kadance; sister, Emma Jean DeRessett; brothers, Bill Hughes and Harold Lee Hughes; several special nieces and nephews. Friends may call at Grove City Church of God, 4325 Harrisburg Pike, Grove City, Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. until time of service at 12Noon. Pastor Randy Barr officiating. Interment Lithopolis Cemetery.
Published in The Columbus Dispatch on June 22, 2010
_Thomas G. ALEXANDER _ | |--Martha ALEXANDER | |_Rosa Belle BEAVERS __
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 102
ALEXANDER, Thomas, head, 48y married once, mar 23y, b OH, parents b OH, farm manager
", Rosa, wife, 42y b IN, had 8 ch 7 living, fa b VA, ma b OH
", Martha 18y dau b OH
", Eva, 13y dau b OH
", Sarah, 10y dau b OH
", Clarence, 7y son b OH
", Margaret, 5y dau b OH
", Presley L., son 2y b OH
Death certificate 14983 image. Martha Krum, Grant Hospital, Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, Feb. 16, 1917, married, died aged 24y 8m 26d, born May 18, 1892 in Ohio to Thomas Alexander b OH and Rosa Beaver b IL. Informant was Edward Krum of Pickerington, Ohio. Buried Betzer's Cem., Feb. 19.
NOTE: There is no listing for a Martha Krum/Krumm/Crum in the Bloom township cemetery books.
_Reinhart ALSPACH ____________ | |--Johannes ALSPACH | |_Anna Magdalena BRANDSTETTER _
NAME: See notes on daughter Elizabeth.
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH",
Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 88. Died June 8, 1837, aged 83 or
DOB/POB: Info submitted to LDS Ancestral File by 5 different submitters.
CENSUS: 1830 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
one male 70-80
one female 60-70
Case #1657, estate of John Alspach of Bloom twp., filed 1838. Peter Betz, administrator. Widow was probably Margaret, whose administrater after her death was Daniel Crumley. Jacob B., George and John alspach purchased personal property. Other names mentioned: Christena, Sabastian, Jonathan and David Alspach and Elizabeth Foor. John Alspach owned land in sec. 9, twp. 14, range 20. He had received a pension. "Fairfield County Will and Estate Abstracts, Cases 1001-2000, Jean Collier, Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1998, p 49.
"Johannes Alspach was the son of Reinhard Alspach and Anna Magdalena Brandstaetter, both born in, or near, Thaleischweiler, Germany. According to the church records, Reinhard was a "hofschnied" or farrier. His father was a "schmied" or blacksmith. After their marriage they sailed for America. Their first child was born in Germany, all the rest were born in this country. There were several Reinhard Alspachs and several Anna Magdalena Brandstaetter, and to make it even more confusing, they often married. However, several years separate each couple. The church records of Thaleischweiler say the children of another Reinhard Alspach and Anna Magdalena Brandstaetter were born there, and many believe these to be our Reinhard and Anna Magdalena's children. This adds to the confusion. John Alspach served in the Revolutionary War.", from Arlene Zoll McLennan of Plymouth, Michigan, via March 2001 email.
PENSION APPLICATION OF JOHANNES (JOHN) ALSPACH
OF FAIRFIELD COUNTY, OHIO
State of Ohio Fairfield County
On this fifth day of November A.D. personally appeared in open court before the Honorable Frederick Granke (?) ------- and his--------- ---of the Court of Common Pleas in and for said County, now sitting, John Alspach a resident of Bloom Township in said Fairfield County and State of Ohio, aged about eighty years who being first duly sworn according to law doth on his oath swear to the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress passed June 7th 1832.
That he was born in Berks County in the State of Pennsylvania about the year seventeen hundred and fifty two- That he entered the service of the United States in about the spring of the year seventeen hundred and seventy five and served and herein states during this term of one year and nine months - That he belonged to the State Troops of the State of Pennsylvania, and served in the company commanded by Captain Lewis Farmer; 1st Regiment George West and 2nd Lieutenant John Davis - That he marched from Berks county when he entered the service to Philadelphia, this said company consisted of one hundred and eight men - That from thence he was sent to Mud Island, where he remained about one month and assisted in sinking the Schavaux de paux in that place - That from thence he marched to Sandy Hook where he remained about a month after which he again returned to Philadelphia- That he was here discharged from the service aforesaid after having served the term aforesaid of one year and nine months, Returned to his native place in Berks County - That he recollected of having got a written discharge from the army as evidence in which he served, but it has long been lost since lost nor has he any idea where it is - That he again entered into the service of the State of Pennsylvania as a volunteer in the Militia of that State sometime in the spring of the year A.D. 1777 and regularly served as such during six months in a Company commanded by Capt Godfrey Seidle, which was attached to a regiment under Colonel Bolzer Gehr, That he march with said company to Amboy, from whence he returned home after serving out the term of six months as aforesaid - That he does not recollect of receiving any discharge in writing~
That immediately after returning home and late in the same year he again volunteered and served one month under Colonel Lindermuth _ That he again volunteered and served two separate tours against the Indians, who were destroying life and property -That he has no documentary evidence of his service aforesaid, nor does he know any person now living acquainted with his service as aforesaid except his brother whose deposition is herewith transmitted.
That he hereby relinquishes any claim whatsoever to a possession or annunity except the present one and do claim that his name is not on the pension roll of any other agency for any state.
Sworn to and subscribed this 10th day of November 1832 in open court.
John (his mark) Alspach
We John Jacoby(?) A clergyman residing in Bloom Township in Fairfield County and State of Ohio and John Chaney a resident of the same Township hereby certify that we are each acquainted with John Alspach who has subscribed and sworn to the above declaration, that we believe him to be of the age he therein states himself to be-That he is respected and believed in the neighborhood where he resides to have been a soldier of the Revolution and that we concur in that opinion.
Sworn and subscribed this day and year aforesaid-
Mich. Hugh Boyle clk
And the ----- board do hereby disclose their opinion after the investigation of the matter and after ------- the investigations prescribed by the War Department that the above named applicant was a revolutionary soldier and served as he states- And the board further certify that it appears to them that John Smotes(?) Who has sworn the preceding certificate is a clergyman residing as stated in his --------and that John Chaney who has also ------ the same is also a resident as stated and a credible person and that -------is entitled to credit.
I Hugh Boyle Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas aforesaid do hereby certify that the foregoing contains the original proceedings of the same court in the matter of the application of John Alspach for a pension.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal this 5th day of November AD 1832
Hugh Boyle Clk
On the same day John Alspach appeared in open court to fulfill the application requirements for his pension, he attested as to the service of his brother, Michael Alspach, during the Revolutionary War. The document reads:
The State of ohio Fairfield County
On this the fifth day of November AD 1832 personally came and appeared in open court in the Court of Common Pleas of said Fairfield County, in session John Alspach and made oath in due form of law that his brother Michael Alspach served in the service of the United States in the capacity of a Lieutenant of a company of volunteers of which company applicant was a member during a tour of six months, That the company was stationed at Amboy during the greater part of the tour, that is to say they were marched to Amboy from Berks County in the State of Pennsylvania where the forces were raised, and they remained at Amboy until shortly before they were returned home, having served out their term. That Baltzer Gere was the Colonel, Godfrey Sidle Captain and Michael Lindemood Major Also that said Michael served a tour of one month as Lieutenant of said company under the draft, during which months service the Battle of Trenton was fought and said applicant was in the battle and served as a private in the company commanded by his said brother Michael
Also that some time subsequent to the Trenton Battle he knows his brother served a tour of three months against the indians in the Western part of Pennsylvania and as Lieutenant as aforesaid Commanded the Company. They were a scouting party or Rangers - And further applicant saith not. Swore & subscribed to the date above written-
Mich. Hugh Boyle Clk
John (his mark) Alspach
State of Ohio, Fairfield County
On this the 5th day of November A.D. 1832, personally came and appeared in Open Court in the Court of Common Pleas for said county now sitting Michael Alspach and made oath in due form of law that so much of the attached declaration of John Alspach as relates to his six months tour of service in the volunteer company there in described he knows to be correct and true, (he) this deponent being Lieutenant of said company during said time - That so much of said declaration as relates to the tour of one year and nine months, this deponent knows that said John Alspach entered the service at the time and in the manner in said declaration described, that he knows him to have been --------- during the time mentioned and confidently believes him to have service as therein stated and further this deponent saith not.
Michael Alspach (in German)
Sworn to and ascribed in open court the day and year aforesaid
M----Hugh Boyle clk
Several unreadable sentences follow
_Charles D. "Chuck" ALVEY _ | |--Leandra ALVEY | |_Sharon Marie FOOR ________+
 NAME/DOB/DOD: from the snail mail of Carleen (Foor) Hardy in May 2005.
_Jacob ANTHONY __ | |--William Harvey ANTHONY | |_Sarah ALLENDER _
CENSUS: 1860 Washington Twp., Hocking Co., OH, p 21
ANTHONY, Jacob 36y farmer b PA
", Sarah, 32y b OH
", John H., 11y b OH
", Margaret J., 9y b OH
", Mary E., 8y b OH
", Wm. H., 6y b OH
", Samuel H., 5y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Washington Twp., Hocking Co., OH; visitation 25/25
ANTHONY, Jacob 47y farmer b PA, $3500 real estate, 4700 personal estate
", Sarah 43y keeping house b OH
", John 21y farm laborer b OH
", William H., 17y works on farm b OH
", Margaret J., 19y helps mother b OH
", Samuel 14y attending school b OH
", Rebecca, 11y attending school b OH, can't read or write
", Susan, 10y attending school, can't read or write
", Georges? S. J., 6y male b OH
", Jacob F., 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 5
HETRIC, Rufus, 33y laborer b OH; fa b VA, ma b PA
", Catherine E., 25y wife keeping house b OH; parents b OH
ANTHONY, William, 24y farm hand, single b OH; fa b PA, ma b [blank]
Death certificate image. Wm. Harvey Anthony died July 26, 1927 in Washington Twp., Hocking Co., Ohio, married, wife Elizabeth Anthony. Died aged 74y 11m 7d, farmer, born Aug. 19, 1852 in Hocking Co., Ohio, to Jacob Anthony b Guernsey Co., Ohio and Sarah Allender b same. Buried Oak Grove Cem., July 28.
__ | |--Franklin H. ARNOLD | |__
Death certificate image. Franklin H. Arnold, Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., Ohio, resided of community for 80 years, died July 23, 1932, aged 82y 9m 8d. Married to Harriett Arnold. Merchant taylor. Born Oct. 15, 1849 in PA to Henry Arnold b unknown and Lucy Burkholder b PA. Informant was A. Arnold of Canal Winchester. Buried July 25 in Union Grove.
DOM/POM: Ohio Marriages 1800-1958, familysearch.org; indexed info only, no
image. Earl H. Jones b 1884 Cincinnati, Ohio, age 27, bride Maud May Moss
Gertrude Miller b 1889 Canal Winchester, Ohio, age 22, married Jan. 7, 1911,
Franklin Co., Ohio, groom's parents Wm. H. Jones and Leona Hill, bride's
Theodore B. Moss and Mary A. Foor. Bride divorced, former husband's name
CENSUS: 1910 Canal Winchester village, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 17
SH 5A p 143
ARNOLD, Frank, head, 60y b PA, aprents b PA, married once, mar. 9y, taylor,
", Hattie, wife 40y b OH, parents b OH, married once, mar. 9y, had 3 ch 3
", Marie, dau 12y b OH
", Edna, dau 7y b OH
", Dean, son 6y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., OH; High Street; ED 17 Sh 1A
ARNOLD, Frank, head, 69y married b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, machinist, steel
", Harriet, wife 50y b OH, parents b OH
", Marie S., dau 22y single b OH, parents b OH, operator, telephone
", Edna S., dau 17y b OH, parents b OH, operator, telephone
", Dean S., son 15y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Canal Winchester, Frnaklin Co., OH; ED 187 SH 5B; High Street
ARNOLD, Franklin H., head, owns home worth $3000, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 80y b PA, parents b PA, first married at age 50
", Harriet B., wife 60y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 30
", Marie E., dau 32y single b OH, recorder, photographic studio
", Edna F., dau 27y single b OH, general office clerk, retail merchant
_Jacob BAUGHER _________ | |--Lydia BACHER | |_Maria Barbara KISTLER _
The following was posted in it's entirety to ancestry.com's BACHAR message board by Barbara Goddard in August of 2004.
In April I did a week-long genealogy trip, starting in Wyandot Co., OH, then to Hancock Co., then to Lithopolis in Fairfield Co. I was able to gather a lot of information about the Bacher/Baugher/Bachar family who originally bought land in Faifield Co., and laid out the town of Centerville, which later changed names to Lithopolis.
In the Wagnalls Library in Lithopolis and the Lancaster library in Hancock Co., OH, there are files on the Baughers. I also visited courthouses and cemeteries in all three counties. My mother's maiden name is Bacher (JacobC,/Johannes or John/Jacob B./Dennis/Everett), and she was very excited about all the information we found.
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. Hopefully this will help some of you as much as it has for me. I've got more information on most of the heirs mentioned, so feel free to contact me if you're interested in more. Since I am descended from Jacob's son, John, that is the line I have the most information about.
From Lydia Baugher Estate 1872
Whole amount charged by adm $7,322.84
Whole amount of credits $ 637.90
Add Allowance to adm $ 175.000
Costs of this settlement $ 13.50 $ 826.40
Apparent bal for distribution $6,496.44
The said decedent left as her next of kin nephews and nieces being the children and their representatives of her deceased four brothers and one sister namely Frederick Baugher and Catharine Wildermuth and Henry Baugher and John Baugher and Samuel Baugher.
Frederick Baugher left eight children one of whom has since died leaving chldren and the names of his children and grandchildren are given in Schedule B hereto attached.
Catherine Wildermuth left seven children two of whom are dead leaving children and all their names are given in Schedule C hereto attached.
Henry Baugher left ten children four of whom are dead leaving children and all their names are given in Schedule D hereto attached.
John Baugher left nine chidren three of whom are dead leaving children and all their names are given in Schedule E hereto attached.
Samuel Baugher died leaving but one child named Samuel Baugher as stated in Schedule F hereto attached.
Schedule B - Heirs of Frederick Baugher
1. Mary Beck
2. Susan Hall
3. Heirs of Catharine Brobst
a. Jacob Brobst
b. Lydia Martin
c. George W. Brobst
d. Lewis Brobst
e. Napoleon Brobst
f. Margaret C. Burk (?)
g. David M. Brobst
h. Peter Brobst
i. Emma C. Brobst
j. Louisa Brobst
4. Margaret Hathaway & Julian Rinehart (?) Rinehart may be crossed out?
5. Jonas Baugher
6. Solomon Baugher
7. David Baugher
8. Jacob Baugher
"The above distributees have all been paid and in full said 3 distributions, except Jacob Brobst, George Brobst, Lewis Brobst and Napoleon Brobst; to each of who is still due the sum of $9.08. There were originally eleven heirs of Catharine Brobst viz the above name ten and Nathaniel Brobst who after being paid $6.75 died without issue."
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.
"The above heirs have all been paid said distributions as per Receipts except:
John Wildermuth, last distribution
Alexis Hannah, no guardian
Ida B. McNeill (minor), no guardian
Elizabeth Snider, decd - no (? Issue)
Schedule D - Henry Baugher heirs
1. Solomon Baugher
2. Sarah Shawberg
3. Rebecca Kramer
4. Mary Huntsberger [Honsberger]
5. Jacob T. Bacher
6. Elmira Beery
7. Heirs of Henry
a. Amanda Neikirk
b. Hannah Ettinger
8. Heirs of Christena Donen
a. Ervin Balliet
b. Edward Balliet
c. Elmira Metzgar
d. Eliza J. Honsberger
9. Heirs of Eliza Bender
a. Frank Bender
b. Phem Bender
c. Wm. Bender
d. Theodore Bender
10. Heirs of Amos Baugher
a. Wm. H. Baugher
b. Geo. R. Baugher
c. Jno. H. Baugher
d. Mary H. Baid
e. Fanny [poss Francis] B. Thurpain (?)
f. Anne H, Bacher
g. Chas. J. Bacher
"The above paid in full as per receipts."
Schedule E - Heirs of John Baugher
1. Mary Warner [md. Peter Recher & ? Warner]
2. George Baugher [Christina Harmon, wife]
3. Jacob Baugher [md. Tina Coontz & Sarah George Hagerman]
4. John Baugher [md. Susannah Coontz]
5. Joseph Baugher [md. Elizabeth Fenstermacher]
6. Phillip Baugher [md. Henrietta Kuntz]
7. Heirs of Solomon Baugher [md. Catherine Faler & Eliza Steele]
a. Wm Baugher
b. Jno B. Baugher
c. Barbara Wright
d. Frank Baugher
e. Ida Baugher
8. Heirs of David Baugher [poss wife Mary Ann Glick]
a. Jennie Wright
b. Wesley Baugher
9. Heirs of Susan Boner [md. Francis Sitterly & Jacob Boner]
a. Frederick A. Boner [Osena Monroe, wife]
b. Catharine Klett [Charles Klett, husband]
c. Jula [Julia] A. Graessle [Phillip Grossly, husband]
d. Mary A. Graessle
e. John Sitterly
f. Keziah Krepps [George Krepps, husband]
g. Barbary Harrington [William Harrington, husband]
h. Susannah Halhane (?)
i. Sara J.(Jane) Burrell [Fred Burrell, husband]
"The above named heirs of John Baugher have all been paid as per Receipt."
Schedule F - Heirs of Samuel Baugher, decd.
1. Samuel Baugher
_Samuel BARR _ | |--Nancy BARR | |_Rachel LANE _+
 NAME: Mentioned in grandfather Wilkeson LANE's partition records, "Partition Record Abstracts, V1, 1812-1851 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1987, p 21.
_Joshua BARTON _ | |--Carrie Eleanor BARTON | |_Sarah HOOP ____
NAME/DOB/DOD: From Sondra (Foor) Deanthony via June 2001 email. She further notes that Carrie's parents are Joshua N. Barton (1826-1901) and Sara E. Hoop (1827-1900). And Joshua Barton's parents are Mahlon Barton, 1807-1887 and Anna James, 1806-1800.
MIDDLE NAME: From Hazel Barton Brambley via Jan. 2002 email.
CENSUS: 1920 W. Providence Twp., Bedford Co.,PA; ED 35, SH 4B
WHITFIELD, Benjamin F., head, 55y b PA, parents b PA; operator, iron furnace
", Carrie, wife 50y b PA, parents b PA
", Howard, son 24y b PA, mechanic, railroad (shop?)
", Lena, dau 19y b PA
", Edward, son 17y b PA, laborer, iron furnace
", James, son 15y b PA
", Margaret 13y dau b PA
", John, 10y son b PA
"Mrs. Carie Barton Whitfield died in Altoona last Saturday of heart trouble. Mrs. Whitfield was Carrie Barton before her marriage to Benjamin Whitfield, August 6, 1889. Her husband and the following children survive: Mrs. George Whitfield, Altoona; Mrs. Blair Ford, Lutzville; Mrs. John Leighty, Huntingdon; Mrs. Seth Foor, Altoona; Mrs. Joseph Shoenfelt, Altoona; Messrs. Howard and Jonas Whitfield of Lakemont, Edward, Margaret and John at home in East Providence Township. Two brothers M. E. Barton and Henry Barton of Fulton county and Mrs. Preston Deshong, of Everett, a suster survive also, with 18 grandchildren. The funeral was held at Lakemont Church of God by Rev. B. H. Evans assisted by Rev. L. Vante, of Queen. She was buried in the Presbyterian cemetery, Hollidaysburg, although she was an active member of the M. E. Church all her life". [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, 10 Sep 1926]
_William Henry BAUSSER ___ | |--Evelyn Marcella BAUSSER | |_Minnie Alice Sarah FOOR _+
NAME/PARENTAGE/DOB/POB: Ancestry.com. Indiana Birth Records Index, 1880-1920. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original Data: Works Progress Administration. Index to Birth Records Indiana: Indiana Works Progress Administration, 1938-1940
CENSUS: 1920 Fort Wayne, Wayne Twp., Allen Co., IN, ED 64, SH 23B, Buchanan
BAUSSER, William, head, rents home, 28y b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH, plumber
", Minnie, wife 23y b OH, parents b OH
", Marcilla, dau 6y b IN <== is this Evelyn M.?
", Leota, dau 4 11?/12 b OH
", Jerome, son 1 8/12 b IN
ANDREWS, Pau---[smudge], mother 65y widow b OH, parents b Germany
__ | |--Clifford BEALS | |__
__ | |--Howard BENDER | |__
CENSUS: 1900 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 36 Sh 5A p 160A
BRENNEMAN, Henry S., head, b Mar 1839, 41y b OH, parents b OH, farming
", Mary A., wife b Nov 1860, 39y b OH, fa b NY, ma b PA, married 15 years had
1 ch 1 living
", Wilford H., son b Feb 1896, 4y b OH
BENDER, Howard, nephew, b Oct 1879, 21y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, farm laborer
BOYD, Ola, servant b Mar 1876, 24y b OH, parents b OH, servant
CENSUS: 1910 Canal Winchester, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 17 SH 4B
BENDER, Howard, 30y b OH, parents b OH, married six years, married once,
salesman, lumber yard.
", Ola, wife 33y b OH, parents b OH, married once
CENSUS: 1920 Canal Winchester, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 17 Sh 1A
BENDER, Howard, head, 40y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, foreman, lumber yard
", Ola, wife 42y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Canal Winchester, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 187 Sh 4B
BENDER, Howard, head, owns home worth $6500, owns a radio set, does not live
on a farm, 50y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 24
", Olda D., wife 53y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 27
DOD/POD: Howard Bender, resided Franklin Co., Ohio, died Dec. 17, 1960 in Wyandot Co., Ohio in a long-term care facility. Age 81, married, certificate 92702. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.
_ BEQUEATH _ | |--Susan BEQUEATH | |____________
CENSUS: 1900 W. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, ED 33 SH 3B
ZIMMERMAN, Daniel, head, b Apr 1850, 50y b PA, parents b PA, furnace laborer
", Susan, wife, b July 1861, 33y b PA, parents b PA, had 5 ch 4 living, mar. 17y
", Charley E., son b Apr 1887, 13y b PA
", Laura, dau b Apr 1889, 11y b PA
", Ida M. G., dau b Apr 1896, 4y b PA
", Samuel A., son b May 1898, 2y b PA
CHEW?, Charley, border b PA, parents b PA, furnace laborer
MELLOTT, Levi, border b PA, parents b PA, furnace laborer
KOONS, Hicholas, border b PA, parents b PA, furnace laborer
WAREHAM, Ollie, servant, female b Feb 1882, 18y b PA, parents b PA, servant
NOTE: Three of the borders all show "unk" for "unknown" in the columns for age and date of birth.
LOCATION: 1909 - listed as a surviving sister, Susan, wife of Daniel Zimmerman of Earlston, in brother Uriah Franklin Bequeath's obituary. Uriah died June 1, 1906 of TB at 35y and is listed as the s/o Samuel and Deliah Bequeath, born near Gapsville in E. Providence twp. Obit posted by Karen Casedy Jan. 2002 at the Bedford Co., PA GenWeb site.
LOCATION: 1924 - Mrs. Susan Zimmerman and Mrs. Lizzie Zimmerman, both of Earlston, are listed as surviving sisters of Andrew C. Bequeath, born 6 Jun 1865 died 6 July 1924 in Earlston, s/o Samuel and Tellrath Garlick Bequeath. Obit posted on the Bedford Co., PA Genweb site by Karen Casedy, Jan. 2002.
__ | |-- BERGEN | |__
__ | |--Anna Maria BERRINGER | |__
_Thomas BESS _____ | |--Jill BESS | |_Lorraine PALMER _+
 NAME/DOB/DOD: From Nicole Foor via Nov. 2007 email.
_Harry H. BORDER ___________ | |--Clare BORDER | |_Caroline "Carrie" E. FOOR _+
CENSUS: 1900 Broad Top Twp., Bedford Co., PA; ED 7, SH 20B
BORDER, Harry, head, b Mar 1870, 30y b PA, parents b PA, coal miner
", Carry, wife b Apr 1875, 25y b PA, mar. 7y had 3 ch 3 living, parents b PA
", William, son b July 1894, 5y b PA
", Clare, son b Dec 1896, 3y b PA
", Carry, dau b Apr 1899, 1y b PA
DOD: Listed as one of the siblings who preceded John Thomas Border in death.
John died 07 Mar 2002.
_Charles H. BOWER _+ | |--Tabartha BOWER | |_Sara Jane FOOR ___+
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 378. "Tabartha nee Bower", buried 1st addition, lot 33, grave 3. Next of kin is Sanford Foor. Page 378, "Tabartha Bower Foor", wife of Sanford, 1845-1920.
DOD: Death certificate #10922, V 3193. Listed as "Tobarth Foor". Died Fairfield Co.
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1588
BOWER, Charles W. 30y carpenter b OH
", Sara 25y b OH
", Tabitha J. 4y b OH
", Zacary Taylor 3y b OH
", Sarah 3/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 309/298
BOWERS, Charles H., 40y master carpenter b OH
", Sarah 35y b OH
", Tabitha J. or I., 14y b OH
", Zacheriah [?] 13y b OH
', Sarah M., 10y b OH
", Charles H. 8y b OH
", Wm. G. 5y b OH
", Melinda M., 3y b OH
", James M. 4/12 b OH
DOM/POM: Names listed as Sandford Foor and Tabitha Bower, FHL Batch M514353
Fairfield Co., Ohio, probate marriages 1869-1880.
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 17
FOOR, Sanford, 32y lumberman b OH; parents b OH
", Jennie, 34y wife keeping house b OH; parents b OH
", Estella, 8y dau at school b OH
", Hattie B., 5y dau at school b OH
", Loretta 3y dau b OH
", Curtis, 1y son b OH
1910 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH - district 53, visit 47
FOOR, Sanford husband 62 b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, sawyer at saw mill
", Tobartha 64 wife b OH, mar 40y, had 7 ch 5 living, parents b OH
", Stella dau 38 b OH, dressmaker
", Emerson 27 son b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Lithopolis (Columbus Street) Fairfield Co., OH, vis 35/37, January 3, 1920
FOOR, Sanford 71 b OH; father b PA; mother b OH - sawmill operator
", Tabartha, wife, 74 b OH; parents b OH
", Stella, dau 38 b OH - seamstress at home
SMITH, Andy, boarder 41, single, b OH - teamster, sawmill
p 385, 1925 Partition record abstracts, Tobartha Foor, deceased. Heirs: Emerson Foor, Stella Foor; Loretta Cassidy of Columbus; Curtis Foor of Columbus; Monroe Foor of Columbus; Also mentioned were James M. Foor, Jennie L. Foor, and Sanford Foor, deceased.
Death certificate image. Tobartha Foor resided and died in Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., Ohio, Feb. 7, 1920, aged 74y 4m 29d, married, no date of birth or birth place listed. Parents Chas. Bower b Fairfield Co., Ohio and Sarah Foor b Ohio. Buried Lithopolis Cem., Feb. 9. Informant was Curtis E. Foor of Lithopolis.
_William BUCK _ | |--Dormey BUCK | |_Meda FOOR ____+
NAME: "Samuel was preceded in death by three brothers, Earl, Dormey and Harold", from Samuel's May 1999 obituary.
CENSUS: 1910 Fulton Co., OH; ED 1, Visitation 95, Amboy Twp., Sh 9B
BUCK, William 45y b OH, married twice, fa b unk., ma b OH, farmer
", Meda 30y b OH, mar. 1., mar 14y, had 4 ch, 4 living b OH, fa b PA, ma b MI
", Earl son 9y b OH
", Donma, son 7y b OH
", Leole, son 4y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Amboy Twp., Fulton Co., OH; ED 28 SH 5B, Metamora
BUCK, Meda, head, 39y widow, day laborer
", Earlon, son 19y b OH [image hard to read, especiall occupations]
", Donney?, son 18y b OH
", Leo F.?, son 17y b OH
", Harold, son 10y b OH
", Verna, 7y dau b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Sylvania, Lucas Co., OH, 5219 South Main Street. SH 4B ED 175
BUCK, Dorney G., head, rents home for $35/month, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 27y b OH, fa b MI, ma b OH, first married at age 24. Lineman, electric co.
", Verna M., wife, 26y b MD, parentsb MD, first married at age 23. Stenographer, cement plant.
DOB/DOD: Name listed as Dormey G. Buck, married, resided and died in Sylvania, 84 years old, V 26852 Cert 29629. German heritage. "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-.
_Joseph Washington BURK _ | |--Clinton Valandingham BURK | |_Susanna MESSMORE _______+
NAME/DOB/Parentage/POB/DOD/POD/DOM/SPOUSE: From obituary.
"Mr. Burke was the youngest child of a large family born to Joseph and Susan Messmore Burke and was the last member of that family to pass away... [He] had been a life long resident of this [Canal Winchester] community and for a number of years a member of Salem Reformed Church." According to the obit, he died in a train accident at 79y 8m 28d. Obit published in the CANAL WINCHESTER TIMES, August 3, 1944.
MIDDLE NAME/PARENTAGE/DOB: Bible record.
CENSUS: 1870 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 353
BURK, Joseph 50y farmer b VA, $21000 real estate, $2000 personal estate
", Susanna, 46y keeping house b OH
", Michael, 24y works on farm b OH, $800 personal estate
", Isabella, 18y helps mother b OH
", Ezra A., 17y b OH, attended school
", Joseph W., 11?y b OH, attended school
", Albert S., 9y b OH, attended school
", David C., 8y b OH, attended school
", Clinton?, 6y b OH, attended school
CENSUS: 1880 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 28D
BURK, Susana, 55y widow keeping house b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Michael, 34y son, single, farmer b OH, parents b VA, can't write
", Alfred, 21y son, single, farmer b OH, parents b OH, can't write
", David, 23y son, single, farmer b OH, parents b OH
", Clinton, 15y son, single, laborer b OH, parents b OH, attended school
Death certificate image. C. V. Burk, W. Waterloo, Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., Ohio, died Madison Twp., Franklin Co., Ohio, July 28, 1944 aged 79y 8m 29d, wife Mary, died of fractured skull and crushed chest, hit by train. Born Oct. 29, 1864 in Lockville, Ohio to Joseph Burke b unknown and Susan Messmore b unknown. Informant was Mary Burke of Canal Wincheste.r Buried July 30, 1944 in Union Grove.
_Michael CIAVARELLA ___ | |--Mark CIAVARELLA | |_Linda Lou HARCLERODE _+
 NAME: From email of Ashleigh Harclerode Messer, March 2006
_Rowland CLARK ________ | |--Treba A. CLARK | |_Ruth E. SWARTZWELDER _+
 NAME/DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1964, p 37.
_G. Elton COLLEDGE _ | |--Elda Doris COLLEDGE | |_Myrtle B. WINTERS _
DOB: From niece Lenora Colledge via March 2002 email.
FOOR BOOK, p 9
LOCATION: 1953 - "Mrs. Perry Foor held a dinner in honer of her brother, Col. Colledge, at her home in Wels Valley Sunday night, Dec. 6. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elton Colledge and children Jean, Patricia and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Foor and Col. Colledge. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, Dec. 17, 1953].
Obituary of a sister:
Headline: G. Patricia Lobb, K-D Tools employee
Publication Date: February 13, 1994
Source: Sunday News Lancaster, PA
Obituary: G. Patricia Lobb, 58, of 213 W. Main St., Strasburg, died
unexpectedly Friday at her home.
An autopsy was ordered. Results were not available at press time.
Mrs. Lobb was the widow of Robert K. Lobb, who died in January 1976.
She lived most of her life in Lancaster County.
She was a production worker at the former Schick Electric Co. from 1955 until
the plant closed in 1977.
Mrs. Lobb was then employed at the former K-D Tools Inc. from 1978 to 1991.
She was a member of Colemanville United Methodist Church, Conestoga.
She enjoyed bowling and participated in various leagues throughout the county.
Born in Breezewood, she was the daughter of the late G. Elton and Myrtle
She is survived by one daughter, Karen L., wife of Robert C. Eshbach Jr.,
Conestoga; two grandchildren; three sisters: E. Doris, wife of Perry Foor,
Hopewell; and Myrna Cogan and Jean, wife of Ronald Christopher, both of
Breezewood; and three brothers: Arlen Colledge, Beaux Bridges, La.; Corrin
Colledge, Breezewood, and Robert D. Colledge, Everett
Doris E. Foor, 87, of Breezewood, was called home to be with the Lord on Sunday, October 27th, 2013 with her family at her side.
She was born Monday, June 28th, 1926 at her family home in East Providence Township, a daughter of the late Elton Colledge and Myrtle (Winters) Colledge.
On January 8th, 1945 at her fiancés family home, she married Perry R. Foor who passed away on July 31st, 2003.
She is survived by their son, Phillip J. Foor and wife Linda (Brantner) Foor of Everett
Linette Copelli & husband Steve Copelli, of Derry,
Phillip Jeffrey Foor, & wife Adena (Lockard) Foor, of Saxton
Michael D. Foor, of Everett
Troy R. Foor and Kristie Diehl, of Everett
10 great grandchildren, Angelo, Gianna, Kayloni, Alana, Alisha, Seth, Rachel, Sierra, Madison and Kim
2 great great-granddaughters Quianna & Emma
a sister, Jean Christopher and husband Ronald Christopher, of Florida
three brothers, Arlen "Bud" Colledge and wife Lena (Verrett) Colledge, of Louisiana; Corrin Colledge and wife Sharon (Brantner) Colledge, of Breezewood; and Robert Colledge and Donna Claycomb, of Tatesville, and many loving, nieces, nephews, friends and their families.
She was preceded in passing away by 2 sisters, Myrna Cogan and Patricia “Pat” Lobb, and two brothers Gerald Colledge & Nyle Vincent Colledge.
Mrs. Foor was a member of the Sherman's Valley Brethren In Christ Church where she was a member of the ladies auxiliary, a Sunday school teacher and previously served as the Church secretary and treasurer.
At home Doris loved to sew and was a talented quilter who lovingly made quilts for her family and friends. An adventurous woman, she also like fishing and hunting and will be greatly missed for her kind and caring ways.
Funeral Services will be held Wednesday, October 30th, 2013 at 1:00 pm at the Everett Grace Brethren Church with Rev. Melvin Van Orman officiating.
Friends and family may call at Dalla Valle Funeral Service, Main Street, Everett, on Tuesday from 4:00 to 8:00 pm, on Wednesday at the Church from 12:00 noon until the hour of service and share memories online at www.dallavalle-everett.com.
Burial will be held at the Rays Cove Cemetery
_Noble A. CONRAD _+ | |--Clarence CONRAD | |_Mary SUNDAY _____+
CENSUS: 1930 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 2B
CONRAD, Noble, head, owns home worth $250, doesn't live on a farm, 38y b OH,
parents b OH, married first at age 27, laborer, county road, WW vet.
", Mary, wife 29y b OH, parents b OH, married at age 20
", Vervella, dau 9y b OH
", Elevane, son 6y b OH
", Charles, son 5y b OH
", Clarence, son 3 7/12 b OH
", Harold, son 1 4/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1940 Lithopolis, Fairfield, Ohio; Roll: T627_3065; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 23-6
CONRAD, Noble, head, 48y b OH, 8th grade education, laborer for WPA
", Mary, wife 39y b OH, high school 1 year
", Elevine/Elwaine, son 16y b OH
", Charles, son 15y b OH
", Clarence, son 13y b OH
", Harold, son 11y b OH - all reside in same home they did in April 1935
NOTE: brother Clarence "Red" Conrad is listed as a brother who preceded him in death in E. Jennison Conrad's January 2005 obituary.
_William Henry COOPER _+ | |--Bertha Irene COOPER | |_Elizabeth A. BENEDUM _
"William Cooper was born at Rock Mill, Fairfield County, Ohio, in 1860. Throughout his life he has been known as a carpenter contractor and now lives retired at Lockville. He is a democrat. Sarah (Benadum) Cooper was born at Baltimore, Fairfield Co., Ohio, in 1859. To Mr. and Mrs. Cooper were born the following children: John Henry, the subject of this sketch; Charles E. and George Dewey, carpenters, live at Carroll, Ohio; and Bertha, who died in 1920, was the wife of William Mooreheart. William Cooper is the son of Isaac and Lucinda (Montague) Cooper, who were natives of Fairfield County. Ancestry.com. History of Franklin County, Ohio. Provo, UT. MyFamily.com, Inc.. 2004. History of Franklin County, Ohio. Moore, Opha,. Topeka. Historical Pub. Co.. 1930, p 773.
CENSUS: 1900 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, ED 22 SH 15 A p 331
COOPER, William, head, b Feb 1860 40y b OH, mar. 19y, parents b VA, carpenter
", Elizabeth, wife b Feb 1859 41y b OH, had 4 ch 4 living, fa b PA, ma b OH
", John, son b Apr 1881, 19y b OH
", Charley, son b Nov 1892, 17y b OH
", Bertha, dau b Dec 1887, 12y b OH
", Dewey, son b May 1898, 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 38
MOREHART, William H., 32y b OH, parents b OH, married 5y, farmer
", Bertha A., wife, 23y had 3 ch 2 living, parents b OH
", Cecil C., son 5y b OH
", Violet M., dau 1 10/12 b OH
", Mary, mother, 61y widow had 5 ch 4 living b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 33/35
MORHART, William, head, 41y b OH, parents b OH, farming
", Bertha, wife 33y b OH
", Cecil, son 14y b OH
", Violet, dau 11y b OH
", Ester, dau 9y b OH
", Elmer, son 6y b OH
", Agnes, dau 4y b OH
DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Bertha Morehart, 1887-1920, buried 2nd addition, part 1, lot 136, grave 2. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 278.
Death certificate image. Bertha Morehart of Canal Winchester died Mercy Hospital, Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, March 28, 1920, aged 33y 4m 14d, date of birth unknown (then how'd they get the age at death?), married, no husband listed in appropriate column, born in Ohio to Wm. Cooper b OH and Elizabeth Benidum? b OH. Buried Lithopolis Cem., March 31. Informant was Wm. Morehart.
POB: Listed as Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, on the Jan. 1909 death certificate of daughter Famah Morehart.
_Ephraim Evan CRAMER _+ | |--Claretta 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
CENSUS: 1900 Pandora, Riley Twp., Putnam Co., OH; ED 73 Sh 1A p 258
CRAMER, Evin, head, b Jun 1840, 59y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Catherine, wife b April 1837, 63y b OH, parents b OH
", Clareta, dau b Oct 1867, 32y single b OH
FLINT, Adia, male, boarder, b May 1860, 40y widow b OH, parents b OH, farm laborer
", Chester, boarder, b Jan 1889, 11y b OH, parents b OH
_Moses CRAWFORD Sr_ | |--Elizabeth CRAWFORD | |_Rebecca ETLEY ____
DOM/POM: From Fairfield Co., Ohio, GenWeb site; "Ye Ancient Swains".
DOB/DOD/POB/POD: From Linda Plummer via Oct. 2002 email.
_William CUPPLES ___ | |--Samuel Stewart CUPPLES | |_Elizabeth STEWART _
CENSUS: 1870 Marion Twp., Hardin Co., OH; p 11
CUPPLES, William, 41y farmer b Antrum, Ire., $2200 real estate, $400 personal
", Elizabeth, 36y keeping house b same
", A. J., 15y female at home b OH
", Elizabeth, 13y b OH
", Sarah, 11y b OH
", Sophiah, 10y b OH
", Samuel, 8y b OH
", Margret, 6y b OH
", William, 4y b OH
", Robert, ?/12 b OH, born in March
CENSUS: 1880 Grand Cote, Perry Co., IL; p 15 or 151C
CUPPLES, William, 50y farmer b Ireland, parents b Ireland
", Eliza, 48?y wife keeping house b Ireland, parents b Ireland
", Sarah, 21y dau keeping house b OH
", Sophia, 18?y dau b OH, keeping house
", Samuel S., 16y son works on farm b OH
", Maggie, 13?y dau b OH
", Robert M., 10y son works on farm b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Swanwick precinct, Perry Co., IL; ED 57 SH 6B
CUPPLES, Samuel S., head, b Jan 1863, 37y b OH, parents b Ireland, married 11y, farmer
", Orpha B., wife b May 1868, 32y b OH, parents b OH
", Wm. A., son b Nov. 1890, 9y b IL
", Samuel J., son b Dec 1892, 7y b IL
", Robert E., son b July 1891, 1y b IL
CENSUS: 1910 Union Twp., Hancock Co., OH; ED 85 SH 9B
CUPPLES, Samuel S., head, 46y b OH, parents b Ireland, married once, mar. 21y, farmer
", Orpha B., wife 39y b OH, parents b OH, had 3 ch 3 living
", William A., son 19y b IL, farm laborer, home farm
", John S., son 17y b IL, farm laborer, home farm
", Robert O., son 10y b IL
Death certificate image. Samuel S. Cupples of rural Union Twp., Hancock Co., Ohio, a resident of community for 44 years, died after two years in the Kollmier Convalent Home in Findlay, Hancock Co., Ohio, March 24, 1945, widowed, wife was Orpha Cupples, retired farmer, born Jan. 25, 1863 in Fairfield Co., Ohio to William Cupples b unknown and Elizabeth Stewart b unknown. Died aged 82y, 1m 29d, informant was W. A. Cupples of Union Twp., Hancock Co., Ohio, died of cerebral hemorrhage, buried Clymer Cem. march 27.
_George Ball CUSTER __+ | |--Sarah E. CUSTER | |_Sarah G. COURTRIGHT _+
NAME/DOB: from 1850 census. See notes on supposed father.
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 250, 383. "Wife of Henry J.".
DOD/POD: Ohio Historical Society's death index. Sarah E. Kemp, V 3266, Cert. 29028.
MIDDLE INITIAL: From daughter Emma E.'s tombstone.
NAME: "I give devise and bequeath to my Granddaughter Sarah E. Custer her heirs and assigns Fifty Five acres of land Situate in the County of Fairfield and State of Ohio, it being part of the North East quarter of Section Number Thirty One, Township Number Fourteen, Range Twenty and Bounded as follows, Beginning at the North West corner of Said Quarter Section from thence South along Said half Section line so to contain Fifty Five acres by running due East half the distance across said Quarter from thence North to the Section line from thence West to the place of beginning.". From grandfather Courtright's will.
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 48/44
CUSTER, George B., 49y farmer b PA
", Elizabeth J. or I., 35y b VA
", L. B., 24y male merchant b OH
", Wm. A. 20y farming b OH
", Sarah E., 17y b OH
", George O. 15y b OH
", Marion B. 11y b OH
", Mary L., 5y b OH
", Nancy T. 3y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 225/235
KEMP, Henry, farmer b OH, parents b OH
", Sarah, 37y wife keeping house b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
", George, 14y son works on farm b OH
", Pauline, 12y dau at home b OH
", Henrietta, 9y [no relationship written] b OH
", Lebbeus, 5y son b OH
CENSUS: 1900 north Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, ED 9 Sh 5B
KEMP, Henry, head, b Mar 1840, 60y, mar. 36y, parents b OH, farmer
", Sarah, wife b July 1842, 57y b OH, had 5 ch 3 living, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Lebacius? C., son b May 1874 OH, 26y single, teacher in school
Death certificate image. Sarah E. Kemp, Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, died April 24, 1920 aged 77y 8m 28d, widow of Henry Kemp. Died from injury from a fall, broken hip, accident. Born July 26, 1842 Fairfield Co., Ohio, to Geo. B. Custer b Washington Co., PA., and Sarah E. Courtright b Fairfield Co., Ohio. Informant was Mrs. John Cruit. Buried Lithopolis Cem., April 27.
__ | |--Catherine DECKER | |__
CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; visitation 200/13
GLICK, Thomas [V.? M.? W.?] 35y farmer b OH
", Catherine 33y wife b OH
", Joseph [W.?] 10y b OH
", Mary Catherine 8y b OH
", Rachel Ann 5y b OH
PANAL?, Lucinda 18y works in family b OH
MAIDEN NAME: Found several times in children's death records.
CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; visitation 175/180
GLICK, Thomas, 45y farmer b OH
", Catherine, 43y keeping house b OH
", Rachal A., 13y helps mother b OH, attended school
", Wesley, 19y works on farm b OH, attended school
", Louisa, 8y b OH, attended school
", Sarah E., 5y b OH, attended school
", Hetty M., 2y b OH
The cemetery records at "The Fleshman Files" website, accessed 2007, Green Lawn Cemetery Records, Columbus, Ohio, show Catharine Glick b 07/14/1847 died 06/06/1904, father Joseph Decker. I believe that the year of birth was misread and is more likely 1827.
_Henry DOVE _____ | |--Mary M. DOVE | |_Mary Magdalene _
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 93. DOB figured from death at 85y 3m 10d.
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 240
HUMMEL, John, 45y farmer b PA
", Mary 33y b OH
", Henry 14y b OH
", Sarah 12y b OH
", Martin, 11y b OH
", Jerome 9y b OH
", Sophia, 7y b OH
", Elizabeth, 5y b OH
", Eliza 3y b OH
", John, 1y b OH
Ricketts, America 0/12? 4/12? 9/12? female b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 206/198 - Lockville
HUMEL, John 54y farmer b PA
", Mary 46y b OH
", Sarah 23y b OH
", Martin 22y farming b OH
", Jerome 20y farming b OH
", Seluda 19y b OH
", Elizabeth 18y b OH
", Eliza 12y b OH
", John 11y b OH
", Minerva 9y b OH
", Nancy 5y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 48
HUMMEL, John, 64y farmer b PA, Real Estate worth $14,600, $1800 personal property
", Mary, 56y keeping house b OH
", Jerome D., 31y school teacher b OH
", Eliza A., 22y helps mother b OH
", Margaret M., 19y helps mother b OH
", Nancy 15y helps mother b OH
", Harry C., 6y attending school b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 20
HUMMELL, Mary M., 64y, widowed, keeping house, b OH; parents b VA
", Margaret M., 26y dau at home b OH; fa b PA, ma b OH
", Nancy M., 23y dau at home b OH; fa b PA, ma b OH
BARR, Arthur, 7y grandson at home b OH; parents b OH
"The grandfather of Mr. Dove, Elijah Dove, was born in Fairfield County,
Ohio, July 27, 1811, where he spent most of his life and raised his family.
In later years he went to Illinois and spent the rest of his life in that
state. He died at Shelbyville, Illinois, in 1906. Elijah Dove had two
brothers, Ruben Dove, whose home was in Winchester, Ohio, and Jacob Dove of
Warsaw, Indiana. There were five sisters, namely: Laney Dove (Montgomery),
Peggy Dove (Orwic), Mary Dove (Hummel), Annie Dove (Benadnur), all of
Winchester, Ohio, and Elizabeth Dove (Kistler) of Warsaw, Indiana. The wife
of Elijah Dove, Anna Mary Small, was born in York, Pennsylvania, March 18,
1814. She was a daughter of John and Elizabeth (Louchs) Small, both of whom
were born in York County, Pennsylvania, John Small on September 16, 1781, and
Elizabeth Louchs on January 16, 1794", A Standard History of Kansas and
Kansans, written and compiled by William E. Connelley, Secretary of the
Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka. Chicago: Lewis Publishing Company,
copyright 1918; transcribed 1997.
"...Mary Dove Hummell was born in 1815 and by he rmarriage became the mother of 12 children, ten of whom reached years of maturity, while eight are yet living. The record is as follows: H. I., a skilled physician, now practicing in Baltimore, Ohio; Sarah, the wife of William Jacobs, who resides on the old homestead; Martin Luther, of Shelby County, Illinois; Jerome D.; Saluda, the deceased wife of Frederick Borchers; Elizabeth, the deceased wife of Philemon Barr; Margaret M. and Nancy, who live on the old homestead; and Mary and Solomon, who died in infancy." "A Biographical Record of Fairfield and Perry Counties, Ohio, S. J. Clarke Pub., Co., 1902, p 142.
"She possessed a most remarkable memory and was often called upon to settle disputes in the neighborhood concerning lines, surveys, etc.", A Biographical record of Fairfield and Perry Counties, Ohio. Provo, UT. MyFamily.com, Inc.. 2004. A Biographical record of Fairfield and Perry Counties, Ohio. New York. S.J. Clarke Pub. Co.. 1902, p 241.
__ | |-- ECKARD | |__
__ | |--Charles EVERETTS | |__
CENSUS: 1920 Broad Top Twp., Bedford Co., PA; SH 9B
EVERETS, Charles, head, 37y b PA, parents b PA
", Lucretia, wife 30y b PA, parents b PA
", [?]andford, son 11y b PA
", Nelson, son 6y b PA
", Willis, son 2y b PA
__ | |--Clarence D. EWING | |__
CENSUS 1920, Greencastle-Royalton Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, taken January 1920, visitation 12/12
EWING, Clarence D. 45 b OH; parents b OH, farmer
", Cora L. wife 41 b OH; parents b OH
", Clarence son 5 b OH
", Martin W. 2 b OH
", Annibel, dau 17 b OH
", Bernice M. dau 13 b OH
", Hazel C., dau 7 b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 12B
EWING, Clarence D., head, owns home, resides on a farm, 55y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 28, farm operator
", Cora L., wife 51y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 23
", Annabell, dau 27y b OH
", Hazel E., dau 17y b OH
", Edwin C., 15y b OH
", Martin W., son 13y b OH
", George R., son 9y b OH
Death certificate image.Clarence D. Ewing, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, February 26, 1939, aged 64y 3m 4d, married to Cora Ewing. Born Nov. 22, 1874 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, to David Ewing b OH and Diana Wilhelm b OH. Informant was Mrs. C. D. Ewing. Buried Forest Rose March 1.
_William FENSTERMACHER _+ | |--Sarah Ann FENSTERMACHER | |_Mary Ann MINEHART _____
NAME: Sarah Ann is an heir to William FENSTERMAKER, and listed as the wife of Aaron Fenstermaker in William's 1848 partition records, "Partition Record Abstracts, V1, 1812-1851 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1987, p 47.
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Violet Township, Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1990, p 36. "Sarah A., wife of A.".
CENSUS: 1860 Waterloo, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 421
FENSTERMAKER, Aaron 38y merchant b PA
", Sarah 32y b OH
", Wm. 10y b OH
", Mary 8y b OH
", Olive 5y b OH
", Darius 3y b OH
", Charles 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., OH; p 286B
FENSTERMAKER, Aaron, 57y b PA, laborer, parents b PA
", Darius, son 22y b OH, painter, parents b PA, parents b PA
", Charles, son 21y b OH, clerk at bakery, parents b PA
", Laura, dau 18y b OH, keeping house, parents b PA
", Emma, dau 17y b OH, at home, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Jesse, son 9y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
_Thomas Edward FOOR _+ | |--Carrie Marie FOOR | |_Cindy Marie GOEBEL _
NAME/DOB/POB/Parentage: from father via email April 1999. This individual later adopted by mother's 2nd husband, Jim Davis.
DOM/POM: From herself via August 2001 email.
________________ | |--Clayton Beaver FOOR | |_Eliza J. FOOR _+
NAME/DOB - From Robin E. Foor, 3/97
CENSUS: 1900 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, SD 13, ED 10, SH 6b
Enumerated June 16th, visitation 109/114
FOOR, Jonathan, b Dec 1839, 60y b PA, parents b PA, mar 43y, farmer
", Mary A., wife b Oct 1838, 61y b PA, parents b PA, had 8 ch 7 living
", Eliza J., dau b Oct 1857, 33 single b PA
", Francis, son b Apr 1875, 25y b PA, farm laborer
", Charles C., son b Sep 1877, 22y b PA, farm labor
", Clayton B., grandson b Dec 1884, 15y b PA, at school
", Laura, grandau b Dec 1886, 13y b PA, at school
", Earlston, grandson b Jul 1897, 2y b PA
CENSUS: 1920 Logan Twp., Blair Co., PA; SD 20, ED 104 SH 6A
FOOR, Clayton B., head, 35y b PA, parents b PA [something] steam railroad
", Amy E., wife 29y b PA, parents b PA
", Thelma D., dau 7y b OH, parents b PA
", Audry A., dau 2 3/12 b PA
CENSUS: 1930 Altoona, Blair Co., PA; ED 7-30 SH 2B; East Street0
FOOR, Clayton B., head, owns home worth [$5000?], owns a radio set, doesn't live on a farm, 45y b PA, parents b PA, married first at age 27, car inspector, PA RailRoad.
", Annie E., wife 39y b PA, parents b PA, married at 20y
", Thelma G. ab. dau 17y b PA, parents b PA
", Audrey A., dau 12y b PA
Name listed as Clayton Beavor Foor of Altoona, PA, 33 years born Dec 19, 1884. Wife listed as Amy Elizabeth Foor. Ancestry.com. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002. National Archives and Records Administration. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. M1509, 20,243 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration.
LOCATION: 1942 - name listed as Clayton Beavor Foor of 800 East St., Altoona, Blair Co., PA. Age 57, born Dec. 19, 1884 in E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA. Person who would always know his address is Mrs. Amy Foor of same address. Works for P.R.R. in West Bound Repair Yard, Altoona, Blair Co., PA. 5' 9" tall, 145 pounds, blue eyes, gray hair, light complexion. U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006.
_Emmit Levi FOOR Sr_+ | |--Emmit E. FOOR | |_Vera Louella FOOR _+
"The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 25
2007 - listed as a surviving son, Emmet E. Foor Jr., married to Judy (Smith), of Six Mile Run in father's June obit.
_Marty Lynn FOOR ___+ | |--Ethan Lynn FOOR | |_Trudy Ann MEARKLE _
 NAME/DOB: From Bryan Keith FOOR via October 2000 email.
_George Luther FOOR _+ | |--Geraldine FOOR | |_Myrtle V. PORTER ___
NAME: Listed as a surviving sibling in brother Donald E.'s obituary.
HUNTINGDON COUNTY OBITUARIES (PA)
Geraldine L. BRODE, 62, of R.D. 1, Box 217, Saxton, died unexpectedly
Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2001, at J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital, Huntingdon.
Born May 11, 1938, she was the daughter of the late George and Myrtle
(Potter) Foor. She was united in marriage to Robert L. Brode March 20,
1955, in Breezewood. He preceded her in death Dec. 16, 1987. Surviving
are three sons: Arnold L. Brode of Saxton, R.D. 1, Robert D. Brode of
Saxton and Randy L. Brode, of Saxton, R.D. 1. There are five
grandchildren. An infant son preceded her in death. Two brothers and a
sister survive: George Foor, Fowler, Ohio; Charles Foor, Huber Heights,
Ohio; and Ruth McMeen, Niles, Ohio. Two brothers, Robert and Donald, are
deceased. Mrs. Brode was a member of the Oasis of Love Church, Saxton,
R.D., where she was active in church programs and served as elder. She
was primarily a homemaker. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Feb.
10, it 2 p.m., at the D. Ronald Long Funeral Chapel, Saxton, with Pastor
Kathy Speck officiating. Interment will be made in the Rhoat Cemetery,
_William Albert FOOR __+ | |--James Albert FOOR | |_Virginia Lee DISHONG _
 NAME: From Sonya Villanueva via May 2003 email.
_Leverett Rudolph Rudy FOOR _+ | |--Jeffery Lynn FOOR | |_Alda Eileen SAIN ___________+
DOB/POB: supplied by Judy K Graven, 1016 North Chestnut, Shelbyville, IL 62565 in May 1998
NAME: Dr. David FOOR, 9401 Muirkirk Drive, Dublin, OH
43017, 04/95 "[Lawrence] his son Rudy and grandsons Jeff & Greg"
_Miner Jeremiah FOOR _+ | |--Junius Lee FOOR | |_Lulie O. CASTLEN ____
CENSUS: 1900 Magisterial district #8, Daviess Co., KY
FOOR, Miner J., b Mar? 1850, 50y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, butcher
", Lulu b Jan 1874, 26y b KY, fa b IN, ma b KY, had 2 ch 2 living
", Elmira, dau b July 1895, 4y b KY
", James?, son b Mar 1892, 8y b KY
CENSUS: 1910 Daviess Co., KY; ED 54, sheet 8A, visitation 145/146
FOOR, J. Miner, 56y married 2 times, m 19y b KY, parents b PA, farmer
", Lulu O., wife 55y married 1, mar 19y had 4 ch 4 living b KY, parents b KY
", Junius L., son 18y b KY, parents b KY
", Elmira, 14y dau b KY, parents b KY
", Joella, 9y dau b KY, parents b KY
", Frank, son 4y b KY, parents b KY
1917, June 5th - draft registration card; Name listed as Junius Lee Foor, age 25, of 103 Allen?, Owensboro, KY, born March 28, 1892, in Owensboro, KY., employed by American Express Co., Owensboro, KY, no dependents, claims exemption from draft "Help in support of mother". Short height, medium build, blue eyes, light hair. 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.
CENSUS: 1920 Owensboro, Daviess Co., KY, ED 40 Sh 11A p 170
FOOR, Lula O., head, 43y widow b KY, parents b KY, no occupation
", Junius Lee, son 27y single b KY, fa b OH, ma b KY, cream? maker, cream company
", Elmira, dau 22y b KY, fa b OH, ma b KY, bookkeeper, bread? company
", Joe Ella, dau 19y b KY, fa b OH, ma b KY, clerk, bread? company
", Frank, son 14y b KY, fa b OH, ma b KY
CENSUS: 1930 Owensboro, Daviess Co., KY, precinct 10; ED 30-10 SH 2B - 1336 East Fourth Street
FOOR, Lula O., head, owns home worth $1020, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 55y widow b KY, fa b IN, ma b KY
", Junius L., son, 38y single b KY, fa b OH, ma b KY, bakery proprietor
", Frank E., 22y single b KY, fa b OH, ma b KY, bakery proprietor
DEATH: Kentucky online death index V 28, cert #13605, deathvol #51. Resided and died in Daviess Co., KY.
BIRTH: Figured from age at date of death
Death certificate image. Junius Lee Foor of 606 St. Ann St., Owensboro, died at Obero-Daviess Co. Hosp., Owensboro, Daviess Co., KY, July 20, 1951, aged 59, single, born March 28, 1892 in Daviess Co., KY to Jeremiah Foor and Lulie O. Castlen. Informant was Frank Foor. Owner of O'boro Ice Cream & Dairy. Buried July 23 in Elmwood Cem., Owensboro, KY.
_Ronald Wayne FOOR __+ | |--Kimberly Kay FOOR | |_Barbara Kay TEUSCH _
 NAME: "Teusch Family Tree" posted at gencircles.com, April 2003.
_Joseph FOOR ________+ | |--Lucy M. FOOR | |_Elizabeth A. HISER _
CENSUS: 1870 Pleasant Twp., Brown Co., OH, p 57.
FORE, Elizabeth, 42y keeping house b OH
", Adam, 23y farm laborer b OH
", Drucilla, 22y helps keep house b OH
", Andrew 19y farm laborer b OH
", Larue? 16y male farm laborer b OH
", Marlla, 13y helps keep house b OH
", Jessie, 11y male works on farm b OH
", Sarah B., 9y OH, attends school
", Jasper, 7y b OH, attends school
", Debby 3y b OH
", Lucy, 21y b OH <--- looks like 21, but believe it's a 2 with a large loop on end.
_Steven Terry FOOR _+ | |--Marie FOOR | |_Linda S. MOTTO ____
 NAME: listed as a surviving child, Marie Foor, at home, in the August 2011 obituary of her father.
_Raymond Clinton FOOR ___+ | |--Minnie L. FOOR | |_Elizabeth E. WHITFIELD _
NAME: From Kenneth Foor of Freehold, NJ., via May 2001 email.
LOCATION: 1939 - From the May 8, 1939 obituary of their mother: "Mrs. Foor
is survived by the following children, her husband being deceased: Theda,
Minnie, Etta Jane, Alice, Edna, James, Richard and Fred, all at home."
LOCATION: Listed "Minnie Johnson", surviving sister of Richard C. Foor in his 25 Oct 2000 obituary. She was then of Everett, PA.
OBIT: "Broad Top Bulletin", Saxton, PA 31 Dec 2002
Minnie L JOHNSON, 74, of Everett, (Pennsylvania), died Wednesday, December 25, 2002, at UPMC Bedford Memorial Hospital. She was born April 15, 1928, in Hopewell, a daughter of the late Raymond and Elizabeth (WHITFIELD) FOOR. On April 23, 1952, in Winchester, Virginia, she married Walter "Red" JOHNSON, Jr who preceded her in death on December 1, 1990. She is survived by these four children: Debra J BULGER, of Everett; Lisa A and husband, Nieland E FETTERS of Everett, Brenda S and husband Gary E MALLOW of Clearville and Eric B and wife Melissa L (NEWMAN), of Everett. Surviving are five grandsons and one great-grandson. Two brothers and two sisters survive: James C FOOR and wife Dorothy, of Everett, Fred A FOOR, and wife Ada, of Hopewell, and two sisters, E. Jane FOOR, of Hopewell and Alice M and husband, James FOOR, of Hopewell. She was preceded in death by a brother, Richard C FOOR and three sisters, Theda DIBERT, Dorothy FOOR and Edna FOOR. Mrs Johnson was a member of the Everett Church of the Brethren. Prior to her marriage, she was employed by the G. C. Murphy Company as a clerk in the Everett store, and later worked as a receptionist for Dr Harold SLUTZKER in Everett. She was a homemaker who enjoyed caring for her family and was an avid NASCAR fan. Funeral Services were held Saturday Dec 28 at 11 a.m. in the Dalla Valle Funeral Chapel, Main Street, Everett, with the Rev. Frank RAMIREZ officiating. Burial was made in the Everett Cemetery.
_Richard Lee FOOR ______+ | |--Pamela Jean FOOR | |_Sheila Marie STUNKARD _
NAME/DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 31. "Pamela J. Foor".
NAME/POM/DOM: From Colorado Marriages and Divorces online searchable database at www.quickinfo.net. Name listed here as Terry L. McGraw.
_ FOOR ___ | |--Theodore S. FOOR | |_ POWELL _
 NAME/DOB/POB: From CA Public Birth Records, online. Mother's surname POWELL.
_Earl Roy FOOR ____+ | |--Timothy Ray FOOR | |_Mary A. DRENNING _
 NAME/SPOUSES: From Beth (Foor) Hicks via July 2002 email.
_Wilmer C. FOOR _____________+ | |--Wilma Elaine FOOR | |_Winifred Lucille HENDERSON _
NAME/DOB: From Linda Stratton, New York, 8/98
According to mother's obituary, Elaine was of Tower Hill. Mother died in
NAME/DOB/POB: From Neil FOOR via June '99 email.
__ | |--Wilmer A. FOOR | |__
 DOM/POM: "Cuyahoga Marriage Index", Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, online index at the Probate Court of Cuyahoga Co., Ohio website. No dates shown, though you can approximate the year by volume number. V 758 p 463. Also listed in V 782 p 478 (abt 1968), and 797 p 267 (abt 1969).
_Timothy FOOR ___+ | |--Zachary Tyler FOOR | |_Nancy CRAWFORD _
NAME: Info submitted to ancestry.com by Duke Clark in Feb. 2002. Info not
_Frank Wilson FOOR Sr_+ | |--Harold F. FOORE | |_Edna Viola COWAN ____
NAME: Listed as a sibling preceding her in death, in Lillian's obituary.
No dates on cemetery listing, only "Harold F. Foore, son".
CENSUS: 1920 Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA, ED 163, Sh 1B
FOOR, Mac C., head, 61y b PA, parents b PA, farmer
", Amanda, wife 59y b PA
", Charles L., son 24y single b PA, farm laborer
", Herbert M., son 23y b PA occ...? [----] passenger
", John Mc?, son 15y b PA
", Harold A., grandson 9y b PA <-- is this the same Harold?
CENSUS: 1930 Brothersvalley Twp., Somerset Co., PA, ED 56-8, sheet 3A
FOOR, Mac C., head, owns home, resides on a farm, 717 b PA, parents b PA,
first married at age 27, farmer
", Amanda, wife, 69y b PA, parents b PA, first married at age 24
", Charles, son 36y single b PA, laborer, lumber co.
", Herbert, son 33y single b PA, farm laborer, WW vet
", Harold, grandson 20y b PA, farm laborer
", Merle, grandson 14y b PA
", John, son 25?y married, married first at age 25, b PA, farm laborer
_Hayes B. FORE ________+ | |--Charles W. FORE | |_Melissa A. ROBERTSON _
CENSUS: 1880 Miller twp., Gentry Co., MO, p 577A
FORE, Hays B., 40y farmer b PA, parents b PA
", Melissa A., 42y wife keeping house b KY, parents b KY
", Jacob S., 18y son works on farm b MO
", Mary L., 16y dau b MO
", David N., 11y son b MO
", Chas. W., 9y son b MO
", Ina F., 6y dau b MO
", Shannon H., 4y son b MO
", Newell H., 2y son b MO
", Silly?, dau b in May b MO.
CENSUS: 1890 Hardesty, Beaver Co., OK, p 1205
FORE, Hays B., head, 50y b PA, served in Co ? 43 MO Inf.
", Melissa, wife 50y b KY
", Jacob E., son 29y b MO
", Mary L., dau 25y b MO
", David, son 22y b MO
", Charles, son 18y b MO
", Ina F., dau 17y b MO
", Shanon H., son 14y b MO
", Newell H., son 12y b MO
", Alvada B., dau 10y b MO
_Daniel FORE _ | |--Daniel D. FORE | |_Nancy _______
CENSUS: 1850 East Genessee Twp., Genessee Co., MI
FORE, Daniel 51y farmer b NY
", Nancy 43y b NY
", Catharine 19y b NY
", Daniel D., 17y b NY
", Jackson 15y b NY
__ | |--Dale C. "Jack" FOSTER | |__
 FOSTER Dale C. "Jack" Foster, age 73, of Canal Winchester, went to be with the Lord on Friday, July 28, 2006 at Mt. Carmel East Hospital. Born September 19, 1932 in Wilmington, Ohio to the late Russell A. and Thelma L. (Thompson) Foster, brother Alton Foster and sister Betty Chaney. Jack was a long-time farmer in the Canal Winchester area and was also a construction contractor. U.S. Army Veteran. Member of David Lutheran Church and Aladdin Shrine Temple-Hospitality Unit. Survived by loving wife of 46 years, Carole; beloved children, Kristy (Terry) Seed, Canal Winchester, Kathy (Steve) Smith, Johnstown, Jack Foster, Carroll, Jill Foster, Judd (Teresa) Foster, both of Canal Winchester and Jeff (Tiffany) Foster, Stoutsville; grandchildren, Karla, Kolleen, Kendall and Kelly Seed, Katie and Mikala Smith, Jesse Foster, Aaron and Devin Foster; great-granddaughter, Brianna; brother, Robert (Myrtie) Foster, Amanda; nieces, nephews and many dear friends. Friends may visit Sunday 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, where funeral service will be 10 a.m. Monday. Entombment Lithopolis Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canal Winchester Future Farmer's of America in his memory. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, July 30, 2006]
__ | |--William A. FOY | |__
__ | |--Andrew FRUCHEY | |__
_Henry Henrich FOOR _+ | |-- FUHR | |_Caroline EBERT _____+
 BIRTH/BAPTISMAL DATES: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co OH", Fairfield Co Gen Society, 1994, p 30. "FUHR", father "Henrich FUHR". No name or gender for child, nor mother's name. Believe this might me a child for Henry and Caroline since there is a gap in children here, plus I find no other Henry's having children at this time. Assume ch may have died in infancy since there is no ch between "Julianna" or "Susan" in the 1850 census.
_Fred L. FUHR _ | |--John G. FUHR | |_Mary _________
AGE: estimated from 1910 census
CENSUS: 1910 Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH district 44 visitation 328
FUHR, Fred L. 53 b OH
", Mary 48 wife b OH
", John G. 22 son b OH
", Floretta 16 dau b OH
_Daniel C. GLICK __________+ | |--Isaac GLICK | |_Catherine Elizabeth SOLT _+
DOM/POM: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1789-1850", CD #400.
CENSUS: 1850 Columbus Twp., Bartholomew Co., IN; p 624.
GLICK, Isaac, 34y farmer b OH
", Elsy, 23y b IN
", Daniel, 6y b IN
", Louisa, 5y b IN
", Lavina, 3y b IN
"Daniel Glick - For more than a quarter of a century Daniel Glick has resided in Appanoose county and his home is now located in Douglass twownship, where he has a good farm. He was born in Fairfield county, Ohio, on the 21st of August, 1843, and is a son of Isaac Glick, whose birth occurred in Pennsylvania [sic]. The grandfather, Daniel Glick, was of Pennsylvania Dutch parentage, coming of a family noted for reliability in business and honor in all life's relations. He served his country as a soldier in the war of 1812. Isaac Glick, after arriving at years of maturity, was united in marriage to Luvina Boyer, who was born in the Keystone state of Pennsylvania parentage. Three children graced his marriage; John W., who is now deceased; Daniel; and Louis, who was a soldier of the 120th Indiana Inf.. during the Civil war and is now living in Missouri. The mother died in Indiana when her son Daniel was but six years of age, and later the father married again and had three children by that union: Isaac M., Malissa and Emma. Mr. Glick passed passed away in Carroll co., MO., when sixty-eight years of age." ancestry.com Original data: Biographical and genealogical history of Appanoose and Monroe Counties, Iowa. New York: Lewis Pub. Co., 1903, pp 373-374
__ | |--Jacob GREEN | |__
 "Fires - On the 10th inst. the store house of Mr. Jacob Green, in Lithopolis, Fairfield county, was consumed by fire, together with a considerable quantity of store goods. His loss is estimated at from fifteen hundred to two thousand dollars. The fire originated in the dwelling house of Mr. John Rairdon, adjoining the store of Mr. Green, which together with its contests was entirely consumed." [The OHIO REPOSITORY, Canton, Ohio, March 29, 1827, p 3?]
_Barnhart HART ______+ | |--Catherine HART | |_Anna Maria WOOSTER _
DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 101. "daughter of Barnhart and Anna Mary", aged 17d.
_Richard W. HARTMAN _ | |--Harry W. HARTMAN | |_Mellie May FOOR ____+
CENSUS: 1910 Monroe Twp., Henry Co., OH; visitation 66
HARTMAN, Richard, head, 46y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Mellie, wife, 37y b OH, parents b OH, mar 18y, had 9 ch 7 living
", Bertha, dau 14?y b OH
", Charles, son 12y b OH
", Cora, dau 11y b OH
", Harvey, son 9y b OH
", Harry, son 8y b OH
", Gussie?, dau 5y b OH
", Harley, son 4/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Monroe Twp., Henry Co., OH; ED 59 SH 3A
HARTMAN, Richard W., head, 54y b OH, fa b PA, ma b Germany, farmer
", Nellie M., wife 48y b OH, parents b OH
", Cora E., dau 21y b OH
", Harvey H., son 19y b OH, farm laborer
", Harry W., son 17y b OH, farm laborer
", Grace M., dau 15y b OH
", Healey R., son 9y b OH
DOM/POM: Ohio Marriages 1800-1958, familysearch.org; indexed info only, no
image. Harry Hartman b 1902 Malinta, Ohio, age 21, Lura Murrey b 1902 Grelton, Ohio, age 21, married Dec. 24, 1923 Henry Co., Ohio, groom's parents R. W. Hartman and Millie Foor, bride's H. N. Murrey and Mabel Packard.
CENSUS: 1930 Damascus Twp., Henry Co., OH; ED 4 SH 3A p 242
HARTMAN, Harry, head, 28y b OH, parents b OH, farmer, first married at age 21
", Lura, wife 27y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 21
", Marie, dau 3 9/12 b OH
", Paul R., son 0/12 b OH
DOD/POD: Harry W. Hartman resided and died in Henry Co., Ohio, Jan. 19, 1972, aged 70, married, Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.
SSDI shows date of birth as Feb. 18, 1901, died Jan. 1972. Last known address was McClure, Henry Co., OH.
_John HARTRANFT ____ | |--Sarah A. HARTRANFT | |_Elizabeth HUMMELL _+
MAIDEN NAME: From Polly Houser via Nof. 2001 email.
CENSUS: 1850 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 524/536
HARTRAFT, John 37y shoemaking b PA
", Elizabeth 33y b PA
", William H. 15y b PA
", Tilman 12y b PA
", Louisa 10y b PA
", Sarah A. 8y b OH
", David 4y b OH
", Mary E. 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 221/213
ROCKEY, Wm., 21y farm laborer b OH
", Sarah 17y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Pataskala, Lima Twp., Licking Co., OH, p 8
ROCKEY, William H.?, 31y laborer b OH
", Sarah A., 27y keeping house b OH
", Hannah C., 9y at home b OH
", Elizabeth C, 7y at home b OH
", Charles, 2y at home b OH
", Frank E., 5/12 b OH, born in January?
CENSUS: 1880 Etna Twp., Licking Co., OH; p 10 ED 168 Sh 1A
ROCKEY, William, head, b Aug 1838, 61y b OH, fa b PA, ma b VA, farmer, mar.
", Sara A., wife b Feb 1843, 57y b OH, parents b PA, had 9 ch 8 living
", Fred L., son b Apr 1875, 25y b OH, farm laborer
", Lawrence S., son b Mar 1878, 22y b OH, farm laborer
", Raymond S., son b Mar 1885, 15y b OH, at school
DOB/DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Sarah A. Rockey, 01 Feb 1843 - 14 Aug 1900; Licking County, Ohio, cemetery inscriptions; online.
_Samuel M. HEMPHILL _ | |--Lola HEMPHILL | |_Louella FOOR _______+
NAME/PARENTAGE: Via email from PAUL F. ROBY, 63020 Merrick Rd., Cambridge, OH 43725-9278; Dec. 1999.
CENSUS: 1910 Bourbon Co., KY, ED 7, SH 22A, North Middletown Precinct.
HEMPHILL, Samuel M., head, 50y b OH, parents b OH, married once, mar. 15y,
", Louella, wife 36y b OH, parents b OH, had 5 ch 4 living
", Edith B., dau 12y b KY
", Henry C., son 10y b KY
", Lola, dau 5y b KY
", Iva D., dau 3y b KY
", Elisabeth, mother 78y widow b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Winchester, Clark Co., KY, sheet 1B
HEMPHILL, Samuel, head, 67y b OH, parents b OH, deliveryman, local (laundry?)
", Lou, wife 44y b OH, pa b OH, ma b KY, dressmaker, at home
", Clay, son 20y b KY, repairman (shoe shop?)
", Lola, dau 15y b KY
", Iva, 13y dau b KY
_Pearl Jones HEMPLEMAN ____+ | |--Marvin Leroy HEMPLEMAN | |_Mary Elizabeth STEBELTON _+
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 79. Listed as Marvin L. Hempleman, CPL US Army WWII.
SSDI: Last known address shown is Carroll, Fairfield Co., OH.
CENSUS: 1930, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sh 5B, Amanda-Jefferson Road
HEMPLEMAN, Pearl J., head, owns a home, owns a radio set, residse on farm,
38y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 22, farm operator
", Mary E., wife, 37y b OH, parents b OH, married at 20y
", Gerald W., son 10y b OH
", Marvin L., son 9y b OH
1936 - County Postal Employees Attend Annual Dinner-Program Meeting - ... Program numbers included string music selections by Gerald and Marvin Hempleman... [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, April 30, 1936]
LOCATION: 1973 - listed as a surviving son, Marvin, Rt. 1 Carroll, in father's Sept. 1973 obituary.
1973 - Notice is hereby given that Gerald W. Hempleman and Marvin L.
Hempleman of Route No. 3, Lancaster, Ohio, and Route No. 1, Carroll, Ohio,
have been duly appointed Executors of the Estate of Pearl J. Hempleman,
deceased, late of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette,
Lancaster, Ohio, October 22, 1973]
DOD/POD: Name listed as Marvin Leroy Hempleman, born in Fairfield Co., resided in Fairfield Co., died at Grant Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, at 10:26 p.m., aged 71 years, married, educated 12 years, father's surname Hempleman, mother's Stebelton. Occupation: mail carrier/postal service. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006.
OBIT: Marvin L. "Bob" Hempleman, age 71, of Carroll, Ohio, Friday, November 27, 1992, Grant Medical Center. Retired Letter Carrier for the U.S. Postal Service and retired employee of Banc Ohio. Member of Salem United Methodist Church, the Leach-Benson American Legion Post #220 of Canal Winchester and the Tri-County Sportsman Club. WWII Army Veteran. Survived by wife, Bernice; son, Thomas Hempleman, Pickerington; daughter, Janice (Mark) Allman, Webster, Tex.; brother, Gerald (Thelma) Hempleman, Lancaster, Ohio; nieces and nephews. Friends may call Monday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the Dwayne R. Spence Funeral Home, Canal Winchester, where the funeral service will be held Tuesday 10:30 a.m., with Rev. Ralph E. DeLong officiating. Interment Betzer Cemetery. In lieu of flowers friends may make memorials to the American Heart Association or the Salem United Methodist Church in his memory. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 29, 1992, p 8B]
__ | |--Christina Barbara HERR | |__
MAIDEN NAME: AFN M7G7-J9.
1808 - A "Daniel & Christina Glück" were sponsors for the baptism of Daniel Kroninger, son of Peter & Maria Kroninger, born 14 may 1808 bapt. 26 Jun 1808 by Wilhelm Forster. "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 1.
_Lyman Leroy "Roy" HICKLE II_+ | |--Mary A. HICKLE | |_Lenna Belle ROOSA __________
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial/PARENTAGE: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 235. Parents listed as Lyman Hickle II and Lenna B. Hickle.
DOD/POD: Ohio Historical Society's online death index. Name listed as "Stillborn" HICKLE., V 118, Cert. 550.
__ | |--Kip HOWLAND | |__
_Peter HOY ____________+ | |--Margaret Alma HOY | |_Annice E. COURTRIGHT _+
DOB/POB/PARENTAGE: Fairfield Co., Ohio, Probate Record of Births, FamilySearch.org, images. Maggie Alma Hoy b Sept. 9, 1884 Bloom Twp. to Peter Hoy and Annis E. Courtright of Bloom Twp.
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 11, SD 5, SH 9B
HOY, Peter b Dec 1836, 63y b OH, parents b OH, married 1 y, farmer
", Clara, wife b Feb 1848?, 53y b PA, parents b PA, had 3 ch, 3 living
", Margarite, dau b Sept 1885, 14y b OH, parents b OH, at school
Handwa?, Robert J., stepson b Aug 18??, 22? single b OH, Fa b OH, ma b PA, farmer
CENSUS: 1910 Toledo, Lucas Co., OH; ED 101 Sh 2B
HEDGES, Ross, 28y b OH, parents b OH, attorney-at-law, married one year
", Margaretta, wife 25y b OH, parents b OH, married one year.
1917 - List of United States citizens aboard the ship S.S. Prins Willem 1 ST sailing from Chapara, Cuba, April 27, 1917 arriving at port of New York, May 2, 1917. Ancestry.com. New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.
HEDGES, Ross, 35, born April 1, 1882 in Ashville, Ohio, address is Lancaster, Ohio, R.F.D. #6
", Margaritte, 32y born Sept. 9, 1884 in Canal Winchester, Ohio, same above address.
CENSUS: 1920 Akron, Summit Co., Ohio, ED 152 SH 11B
HEDGES, Ross, head, 37y b OH, parents b OH, clerk, construction company
", Margaret, wife 35y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, 954 Ohio Ave.; ED 27 SH 4B
HEDGES, Ross, owns home worth $5,000, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 47y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 26, lawyer, state industrial
", Margaret A., wife 45y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 24
", Joseph C., son 9y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1940 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, 1115 Ohio Avenue
HEDGES, Ross, head, 58y b OH, college 6 years, claims examiner
", Margaret, wife, 55y b OH 8th grade education
", Joseph, son, 19y b OH, college 2 years
DOD/POD: SSDI = Margaret A. Hedges, last residence Columbus, born 9 Sep 1884 d 15 May 1971.
_George M. JOHNS ________ | |--Wanda Effa JOHNS | |_Eleanor A. "Nora" FOOR _+
CENSUS: 1900 Monroe Twp. Henry Co., OH, sheet 20A
JOHNS, George b Nov 1849, 50y mar 17y, parents b OH, hotel keeper
", Nora, wife b Apr 1859, 41y b OH, parents b OH, had 6 ch 5 living
", Male, dau b Sept 1881, 18y b OH
", Elizabeth, dau b Sept 1883, 16y b OH
", Altie?, dau b Apr 1887, 13y b OH
", Edith, dau b Dec 1888, 11y b OH
", Ra[ss?]ie, son b Mar 1891, 9y b OH
", Effa, dau b Jan 1899, 1y b OH
JOHNS, Leota, niece b Sep 1897, 2y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Akron, Summit Co., OH; ED 151 Sh 10B
JOHNS, George M., head, 61y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 30y, married twice, kiln
", Nora A., wife 51y b OH, parents b OH, married once, had 8 ch 7 living
", Elizabeth S., dau 25y single b OH, glove forms, porcelain shop
", Edith M., dau 21y single b OH, letter maker, porcelain shop
", Ross S., son 19y b OH, shipping clerk, furniture store
", Leota F., cousin 11y b OH
", Wanda E., dau 11y b OH
_Charles William JULIAN _+ | |--Chuck JULIAN | |_________________________
_William KIGER _____________+ | |--Phoebe KIGER | |_Margaret "Peggy" MCKINLEY _
Mentioned in grandfather's partition records as one of the heirs of his deceased father, "Partition Record Abstracts, V2, 1851-1900 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1988, p 58. "Phebe Hege and husband William".
NAME: Mentioned as a minor child in William Kiger's 1867 partition records, "Partition Record Abstracts, V2, 1851-1900 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1988, p 31.
1896 - mentioned in presumably her father's partition records (it mentions all other children) as Phebe, wife of William Hege. "Partition Record Abstracts, V2, 1851-1900 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1988, p 76.
__ | |--Lawrence E. KIRK | |__
DOB/DOM/POM: Lawrence Kirk, Jr., was 20 on the 10th of Sept., 1939, resides at 239 Dering? Rd., Columbus, Ohio. Laborer. Born Columbus. Parents Lawrence Kirk Sr., and Ruby Whittington. Not previously married. Margaret Connor is 19 on the 5th of Jul 1939, resides 244 Decter Rd., born in Kimberly, Ohio, no occupation, [more information on image]. Not previously married or widdowed. Marriage certificate #17223, Franklin Co., Ohio. Married April 2, 1940.
DOD/POBurial: findagrave.com image of grave.
LAWRENCE E. KIRK
S2 US NAVY
WORLD WAR II
SEP 10, 1919 - NOV 19, 1981
_Benjamin KISTLER ___+ | |--Benjamin KISTLER | |_Elizabeth REYNOLDS _
NAME/DOB/DOD/POLBurial: AFN 1V9L-TGF.
DOM/POM: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1789-1850", CD #400.
DOM/POM: Names listed as Benjamin Kishler and Sarah Scarfoss. FHL Batch M513162, Pickaway Co., Ohio, probate marriages, 1839-1862.
CENSUS: 1820 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
KESLER, Benjamin, 1 male under 10, one male 26-45, one female 16-26
(Ben. would be the male under 10)
CENSUS: 1850 Marion Twp., Hancock Co., OH; visitation 107/107
KISTLER, Benjamin, 33y farmer b OH, $950 real estate
", Sarah, 31y b OH
", David, 5y b OH
", Henry, 4y b OH
", Benjamin, 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Marion Twp., Hancock Co., OH; ED 70 SH 7B
KISTLER, Benjamin, head, b Jan 1817, 83y b OH, parents b PA, mar. 58y
", Sarah, wife b Dec 1819, 80y b OH, parents b PA, had 7 ch 5 living
"BENJAMIN KISTLER, farmer, P. O. Findlay, was born in Fairfield County, Ohio, January 30, 1817, son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Kistler, the former of whom died in 1822. After the death of her first husband our subject's mother married David Hall and moved to Pickaway County, Ohio, where young Benjamin was reared. Our subject was united in marriage December 3, 1840, with Miss Sarah Searfoss, and they came to Marion Township, this county, in the following February, bought a new farm and began the work of clearing it up and developing it. Mr. Kistler has added to his property until he now owns 240 acres of fertile and well improved land. To Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kistler have been born seven children: the first child died in infancy; David, married to Miss Nancy Ann Brinner (he died June 26,1878); Henry; Benjamin, Jr., now in Henry County, Ohio; Mrs. Clarinda Anderson; John and William. Our subject is a Democrat in politics; has served his township as trustee." "HISTORY OF HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO", Warner, Beers & CO., 1886, p 803 - Marion Twp.
__ | |--Ferdinand LEONARD | |__
DOM/POM: Names listed as Eliza Jane Alspach and Ferdinand Leonard. "Fairfield
County, Ohio Marriages, V III, 1852-1868, Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS,
CENSUS: 1880 Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., OH; p 293C
LEONARD, Ferdinand, 39y carpenter b Switzerland, parents b Switzerland
", Agnes, 33y wife, milliner b PA, parents b PA
", Effie, 12y dau b OH, fa b Switzerland, ma b OH
", (very bleached out.. Drucilla?), 5y dau b OH, fa b Switz., ma b PA
", Francis, 3y son b OH, fa b Switz., ma b PA
NOTE: Child Effie died Effie Jane Reinkens in Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, Dec. 9, 1943. Born in Canal Winchester July 11, 1868, married, parents listed as Ferdinand Leonard b Switzerland and Eliza Jane Alspach b OH. She was buried in Green Lawn Cem., Dec. 11. [Death certificate image]
Ferdinand's 2nd wife was Agnes Arnold (from the death certificate of son Francis A. Leonard who d in Columbus 04 Feb 1951).
DOB/DOD: Ferdinand Leonard, father, Feb. 6, 1841, Dec. 15, 1902. Agnes E. Leonard, mother, Mar. 17, 1847, Feb. 13, 1907. "Volume Two, Franklin County, Ohio Cemeteries, Madison Township", Franklin County Chapter OGS, 1981, p 103.
__ | |--Lawrence LESMAN | |__
 NAME/YOB: From Marcia (Curtis) Lesman via Aug. 2005 email.
_Roloxie George MASON _+ | |--George E. MASON | |_Maggie JACKS _________+
CENSUS: 1920 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 6 SH 5B - Marcy and Rockmill Road.
MASON, Rollie G., head, 45y widow b OH, parents b OH
", Lawrence E., son 23y b OH
", Jimmie D., son 21y b OH
", Norman E., son 9y b O H
", Martin L., son 7y b OH
", George E., son 5y b O H
", Fern V., dau 18y b OH
", Mary M., dau 14y b OH
", Cordelia F., dau 4y b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; Rockmill Road; p 213 SH 12A
MASON, Rollie, head, 53y widow b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Martin L., son 17y b OH, parents b OH
", George E., son 15y b OH, parents b OH
", Fern C., dau 14y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1940 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; ED 23-6 SH 3A
MASON, George, head, 24y b OH, 4y high school, resides same home as did in April 1935, laborer, glass factory
", Geneva, wife 23y b OH, 2y high school
", Molly Ann, dau 3y b OH
", Nancy Lee, dau 2y b OH
", Donna Mae, dau 9/12 b OH
OBIT: MASON George E. Mason, age 94, of Lithopolis, died Friday November 21, 2008 at Fairfield Medical Center. Born October 24, 1914 in Bloom Township to the late Rollie G. & Maggie D. (Jacks) Mason, he was a WWII U.S. Army Air Corps veteran, and was retired from Curtis Wright/North American Rockwell. He was a longtime volunteer firefighter with the Bloom Carroll Fire Dept. and was a member of the Lancaster Moose Lodge and Lithopolis American Legion Post #677. Preceded in death by his wife Geneva Mason in 1996, he is survived by his daughters, Molly Ann (Byron) Miller, North Carolina, Nancy Lee (Larry) Haughn, Wisconsin, Donna May Powe, Alabama; 10 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren; brother, Norman Mason, Carroll; nieces and nephews. Friends may visit 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Monday at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, where funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday. Interment will follow at Lithopolis Cemetery. Friends who wish may contribute to the Bloom Carroll Fire Department in George's memory. Online condolences at: www.spencefuneralhome.com. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, OH, Nov. 23, 2008]
__ | |--Peter MATEJIK | |__
 NAME: From Rachel Wilkins of NJ via Nov. 2005 email.
__ | |--Fred Alvin MATHIAS | |__
NAME: From daughter Earleen E. (MATHIAS) PHELPS January 2001 obituary.
CENSUS: 1930 Tower Hill, Shelby Co., IL sheet 5B
MATHIAS, Fred A., head, owns home worth $400, does not reside on far, 31y b
IL, fa b OH, ma b IL, married first at age 21, machinist
", Xenia, wife 28y b IL, parents b IL
", Bertha, dau 5y b IL
", Earleen, dau 3y b IL
", Selma, dau 1y b IL
"Mathias - Foor: A third ceremony performed by the Rev. E. V. Young was for Alva S. Mathias of Tower Hill and Miss Zenia Foor, also of Tower Hill. The ceremony was at six o'clock Sunday evening. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton W. Foor. They will make their home on a farm near Tower Hill", [Decatur Review, Decatur, Illinois, August 17, 1920] Same paper shows mention of their marriage license: "Alvin F. Mathias, 21, and Zenia Foor, 18, both of Tower Hill."
Alvin Frederick Mathias born 3-4-1899. Enlisted in the World War. Mar.
8-5-1920 to Icenia Geneva Foor b 3-18-1902. 8 ch: Clinton, Bertha, Earlene,
Selma, Geneva, Ervin, Shirley, Mary. "Genealogy of the Stukey, Ream, Grove,
Clem, and Denniston families", Elmer Leonidas Denniston, 1939, p 194.
__ | |--Glenn D. MCDONALD | |__
OBIT: Glenn D. McDonald, 83
Glenn D. McDonald, 83, died at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 9, at Adams County Memorial Hospital Extended Care.
Born March 31, 1920 in Jay County to Elias H. and Augusta Irvin McDonald, his marriage April 9, 1980 was to the former Wanda Foor in South Carolina. She survives.
A WWII veteran of the U.S. Navy, he was a member of St. Mark's United Methodist Church in Decatur and the General Electric Quarter Century Club. He retired from his mechanic's position at GE in Decatur in 1980 after 37 years.
Survivors include a son, Phillip, of Bowling Brook, Ill.; two daughters, Ann Meyers, of Fort Myers, Fla., and Alice K. Stetler of Van Wert, Ohio; four step-sons, Gary, Dan and Michael Pettibone and Roger Foor, all of Decatur; two stepdaughters, Donna Lehman of Berne and Angela Wiegman, Aurora, Col.; three sisters, Ann Lafferty of Decatur, Pearl Stipp of Bluffton, and Mrs. Dean (Gelene) Brickley of Ossian; one brother, Elias "Junior" H. McDonald of Versailles, Ky.; 12 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; 14 step-grandchildren and six step-great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his first two wives: Margaraet McDonald and Phyllis Pettibone; and seven brothers.
Services at 2:30 p.m. Saturday will be at Zwick and Jahn Funeral Home in Decatur. Rev. Sylvester Martin will officiate and burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Bluffton.
Calling hours are 1-4 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home and one hour prior to services Saturday.
Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association.
NOTE: Obituary was published on March 10, 2004. This obituary was posted with several others on the Wells Co., Indiana message board at ancestry.com on 7 Apr 2004. Poster mentions that "obituaries courtesy of News-Banner Publications".
NAME/DOD: From obituary of wife.
SSDI: Glenn D. McDonald, born March 31, 1920 died Mar. 9, 2004, issued a Social Security card in IN, last known address Decatur, Adams Co., IN.
__ | |--Phoebe MCPHERSON | |__
NAME: "Henry's widow was Phoebe who married Samuel Crawford of Hancock county", "Partition Record Abstracts, V1, 1812-1851 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1987, p 43.
DOMs/POMs: Maiden Name: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1789-1850", CD #400.
DOB/DOD/POB/POD: From Linda Plummer via Dec. 2002 email.
__ | |--Johnson Hatfield NEEDLES | |__
_William NEWMAN __ | |--George NEWMAN | |_Margaret NEWMAN _
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 11
NEWMAN, William, 55y farmer b VA; parents b VA
", Margaret, 47y wife keeping house b VA; can't write, parents b VA
", Timothy, 30y son, widowed, runs sawmill, b VA
", I. or A. George, 20y son works on farm b OH
", John, 18y son works on farm b OH
", Silas, 16y son works on farm b OH
", Julia, 16y dau at home b OH
", Laura, 12y dau at home b OH
", Almeda, 10y dau at home b OH
", Elmer, 7y grandson b OH; fa b VA, ma b OH
_Jesus PEREZ _____ | |--Gabriela Ana PEREZ | |_Janice Ann FOOR _+
 NAME/DOB/POB: From Anita Foor via October 2001 email.
_Samuel PETERS _ | |--Nathan PETERS | |_Mary __________
NAME/DOB/DOD/POB: "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V 2, 1874-1884, Fairfield County Gen., Society, March 1998, p 65. Born into a family of 13 ch, 12 survive. 10 attended his funeral and their names are mentioned. Oldest sibling Henry, 85y, of Upper Sandusky; Robinson Peters of Lancaster, Lesley Peters of Lancaster, Andrew Peters of Royalton, Stephen Peters of Pickaway County, Lewis Peters of Pickaway County; Mrs. Brumfield of Lancaster, Mrs. Cole of Royalton, Mrs. Williamson of Royalton, the youngest child, Ebenezer Peters, aged 63y of Marion. Nathan Peters was the father of 10 ch, 7 survive: Mrs. Camp of Bement, IL, Mrs. Hummer of Marion, Mrs. J. J. Williams of Cleveland, Mrs. S. T. Beerbower of Marion, Mrs. O. Baker of Van Wert, Harvey and Wilson of Marion.
May have married an Alice WILSON on 10 Feb 1825, Fairfield Co., OH (IGI Batch #7828902, sheet 24).
__ | |--Maria A. PLOTNER | |__
MAIDEN NAME: Charlotte Silva via May 2000 email.
CENSUS: 1850 Amanda Twp., Hancock Co., OH; visitation 76/76
PLOTTS, Gershom 59y farmer b NY
", Mary A., 54y b NY
", Ira 20y farmer b OH
", Oliver 13y b OH
", Moses 10y b OH
__ | |--Harold POSTON | |__
LOCATION: 1973 - Gwendolyn Poston, 280 Colonial Estates, vs. Harold C.
Poston, plaintiff, seeks divorce and alimony. Couple wed November 1961; no
children. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, August 9, 1973]
A former Lancaster man and two other people are dead following a weekend shooting spree which began in a Wheeling, W. Va., motel. Police say Harold C. Poston, 37, of 4438 Mobile Dr., Columbus, and Betty McLaughlin, 44, of 2274 Caranford Rd., Upper Arlington, were slain in a hail of gunfire at the Dallas Pike Holiday Inn on Wheeling's east side Saturday night. West Virginia authorities said the two were shot outside their rooms by Merle W. Johnson, 47, of 2846 Clifton Rd., Upper Arlington. Johnson was a former boyfriend of Mrs. McLaughlin who, according to Upper Arlington Police, had been causing her trouble for several months.... Poston, a boiler operator at Upper Arlington High School, was a former local resident and a former employee of the F.S.B. Survivors include his wife Gwendolyn, Colonial Estates, Lancaster; one step-daughter, Deborah Norris, Lancaster; parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Poston, Lancaster; one sister, Mrs. Wanda Britton, Logan; two brothers, Max E., Rt. 2 Amanda and Howard E., Rt. 8 Lancaster; nieces and nephews. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the chapel of the Frank E. Smith Funeral Home, the Rev. Paul O. Weimer officiating. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, Nov. 26, 1973.]
Poston Services - Funeral services were held today at Frank E. Smith Funeral Home for Harold C. Poston, 37, formerly of Lancaster, who was slain in Wheeling, W. Va., over the weekend. Burial was at Hampson Cemetery, Pleasantville, for the former Fairfield School for Boys employee who lived at 4438 Mobile Dr., Columbus. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, Nov. 28, 1973]
__ | |--William G. RENNER | |__
DOM/POM: Miss Annie Williamson and Mr. William Renner, Nov. 19, 1873, Pike Co., MO. Married same day as Annie's sister Amanda.
CENSUS: 1880 Cuivre twp., Pike Co., MO; p 21
RENNER, Wm., 36y farmer b MO, fa b Weurtenburg, ma b KY
", Annie, wife 34y keeps house b OH, parents b OH
__ | |--Sarah A. RIEGEL | |__
NAME/DOB/POB/DOD/POD: From the files of Jay Thompson, sent to me by Jay in March 2007. Daughter of Jesse Reigel (note change of spelling of last name) and Catharine Huffer.
CENSUS: 1860 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 14
GLICK, Nathan, 33y farmer b OH
", Sarah, 25y b OH
", Jane, 7y b OH, attended school
", Lewis, 6y b OH, attended school
", Catharine, 4y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Van Buren Twp., Pulaski Co., IN, p 534
GLICK, Nathan, 43y farmer b OH, $4000 or $7000 real estate, $1000 personal
", Sarah, 33y keeping house b OH
", Jennie? (must be Jane, but the first letter looks just like the letter "L"
in in Lewis's name, and the letter "S" in Sarah's name), attended school
", Lewis, 15y b OH, attended school
", Catherine, 12y b OH, attended school
_Aaron Stephen ROBY __+ | |--Adam Michael ROBY | |_Debbie Ann HATHAWAY _
 NAME/DOB/POB: From Paul Roby via Dec. 2006 email.
_Ronald William ROULEAU _+ | |--Rebecca Lynn ROULEAU | |_Jerlyn REID ____________
 NAME: From Luree Kathryn (Foor) Barber, Quinebaug, CT, July 2003 email.
_Joseph SAMPSEL _ | |--Lenora E. SAMPSEL | |_Minerva HART ___+
NAME/DOM: From Miami County, Indiana Index to Marriage Records F-L Volume 1 1850-1920
NAME/MAR: From Miami County IN Marriages
For second marriage she is listed as Lenora E. Foor rather than shown by maiden name.
CENSUS: 1900 Allen Twp. Miami Co., IN: ED 93 SH 5A
SAMPSEL, Joseph, head, b May 1839 NJ, 61y mar. 37y, fa b PA, ma b NJ, farmer
", Manerva, wife b Dec 1842, 57y b OH, had 7 ch 4 living, parents b PA
McCARTER, Milo, head, b Mar 1868, 32y mar. 8y b IN fa b IN, ma b PA,
", Lanora E., wife b Nov 1865, 34y b IN, had 4 ch 1 living, fa b NJ, ma b OH
", Hazel J., dau b July 1898 1y b IN, parents b IN
"The community was saddened Thursday of last week when the death of Mrs. Joseph SAMPSEL, north of town, was learned, but rejoiced too, that she could be relieved of her suffering, as she had been afflicted with cancer the past six months.
Miss Minerva HART and Joseph SAMPSEL were married over fifty years ago. She was born in Fairfield county, O., Dec. 18, 1843. Three daughters and one son are living, who are: J. C. SAMPSEL and Mrs. Ella McCARTER of Kokomo, Mrs. Rosa TRACY and Mrs. Minerva BOWERS of this place. There are three grandchildren.
The funeral service was held in the Christian church here Saturday afternoon, where Rev. THORNTON preached a wonderful sermon, and well could he do so, for Mrs. Sampsel was certainly a splendid subject, as her many friends can testify to her faithful Christian life. Interment was made in the I.O.O.F. cemetery where the Rebekah Odd Fellows performed their rites as Mrs. Sampsel was a faithful member of the order." [Rochester Sentinel, Rochester, Indiana, Thursday, April 29, 1915]
_Calvin E. SANDS _+ | |--Ross SANDS | |_Bessie HUBER ____
CENSUS: 1910 Ridge Twp., Shelby Co., IL; ED 173 SH 10B
SANDS, Calvin E., head, 45y b IL, married twice, mar. 12y, parents b OH,
", Bessie, wife, 30y b IL, married once, had 2 ch 1 living, fa b OH, ma b PA
", Ross, son 7y b IL, parents b in U.S., farm laborer
WALKER, George, hired man, 50y widow
CENSUS: 1920 Ridge Twp., Shelby Co., IL, p 160
SANDS, Calvin E., head, 53y b IL, parents b OH, farmer
", Bessie, wife 40y b IL, fa b OH, ma b PA
", Ross, son 17y b IL, parents b IL, laborer, home farm
", Ola E., dau 5y b IL
1926 - Decatur Youth Weds at Cowden. Ross Sands, son of Calvin Sands of Shelbyville, but who is employed in the Oakland Avenue garage in Decatur, and Miss Flora Sayers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Sayers, were married at the home of the bride Saturday, the ceremony being read by Rev. M. M. Marshall, pastor of the Methodist church. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Glick of Champaign, Mrs. Glick being a sister of the bride. With the exception of Miss Florence Hall, an intimate friend of the bride, only the relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Sands were present at the ceremony, which was followed by a plate lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Sands will live in Decatur. [Decatur Review, Decatur, IL, May 12, 1926]
CENSUS: 1930 Decatur, Macon Co., IL; ED 16 SH 2A p 245
SANDS, Ross, head, rents home for $35/month, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 26y b IL, first married at age 23, parents b IL, auto salesman
", Flora, wife 26y b IL, first married at age 22, fa b KY, ma b PA
", William E., son 0/12 b IL
PASLEY/PARLEY, Mervin, lodger, 27y male lodger, married, first married at age 25, b IL, parents b IL, building painter
_Frank Leonard SAYRE _____ | |--Margarette Geraldine SAYRE | |_Lillian Margarette FOOR _+
DOB/POB: Name listed as Margarette G. Sayre, b 10 Jan 1918 Fayette Co., KY, mother's name Margarette Foor. Ancestry.com. Kentucky Birth Collection, 1852-1999 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.
CENSUS: 1920 Lexington, Faytte Co., KY, ED 59 Sh 15B
SAYRE, Leonard, head, 21y b KY, parents b KY, laborer, ice co.
", Lillian, wife 18y b KY, parents b KY
", Marguirite G., dau 1 11/12 b KY
CENSUS: 1930 Lexington city, Fayette Co., KY; ED 8 SH 1A p 116
SAYRE, Frank L., head, rents home for $30/month, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 33y b KY, parents b KY, first married at age 20, switchman, railroad
", Lillian, wife 31y b KY, parents b KY, married first at 18
", Geraldine, dau 10y b KY
", Leonard Jr., son 8y b KY
__ | |--Anna Maria Barbary SCHUMACHER | |__
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 6. Only two stones supposedly remaining in this cemetery. One was Peter Glick b 1768, and the other is the wife, though what remains is "Maria Barbary, daughter of G. K. & ___" Earlier transcription showed "Glick, Maria Barbara, wife of Peter, born Sept. 12, 1767 died Jan. 1, 1835, aged 67y 4m 19d"
DOM/POM: Names listed as Law Kirtz and Barbara Glick, 16 Apr 1809, Gebril
Kempp, MG. "Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V I, 1800-1835", Fairfield Co.,
Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1999.
CENSUS: 1830 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
One male 20-30
One male 70-80 (Low/Law/Lemuel)
One female 15-20
One female 20-30
One female 60-70 (Barbara)
__ | |--Kimberly Ann SHANK | |__
NAME/DOB: From the Family Tree Maker website of Aimee Ellen Stout-Vance, PO Box 104, Manns Choice, PA 15550.
DOB/POB: From husband Thomas L. Foor via August 2001 email.
_Jacob Marion SOLT _+ | |--Homer SOLT | |_Mina E. SHOPP _____
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
_George W. STOUT _ | |--Edna STOUT | |_Ada MOORE _______+
CENSUS: 1900 Green Twp., Adams Co., OH; ED 3 Sh 9B
STOUT, George W., head, b Feb 1846, 54y b OH, parents b OH, postmaster, mar. 25 years
", Addie, wife b Sept 1854, 45y b OH, parents b OH, had 6 ch 2 living
", Leold D., dau b Nov 1875, 24y single b OH, parents b OH
", Edna L., dau b Oct 1881, 18y b OH, parents b OH, music teacher
", Sidney, dau b Apr 1886, 14y b OH, parents b OH, at school
", Ruth, dau b Oct 1891, 8y b OH, parents b OH, at school
_Augustus STRUCKMAN _+ | |--William Augustus STRUCKMAN | |_Caroline SHULTZ ____+
NAME: Mentioned as a child of Augustus, in brother George's partition records of 1879, "Partition Record Abstracts, V2, 1851-1900 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1988, p 48.
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 46. Buried near other STRUCKMAN's.
In October 22, 1884 issue it mentions the death of William A. Struckman on October 19th at 17y 10m 13d, services were held at Mt. Gilead Church. "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V 2, 1874-1884, Fairfield County Gen., Society, March 1998, p 104.
CENSUS: 1870 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 191/193
STRUCKMAN, Caroline, 30y keeping house b OH
", Franklin 9y attending school b OH
", Lemuel 8y attending school b OH
", William 4y at home b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 138B
STRUCKMAN, Caroline, divorced, 41y b OH, keeping house, fa b VA, ma b PA
", Frank T., son 18y b OH, farmer, parents b OH
", Lemuel E., son 17y b OH, laborer, parents b OH
", William A., son 13y b OH, farm work, parents b OH
_Shawn Richard MELLOTT _+ | |--Donavan Ardele SULLIVAN | |________________________
 NAME/DOB/POB: From Debra (MELLOTT) Hutto Allen via email Apr. 1999.
_William TEEGARDEN _+ | |--Catherine TEEGARDEN | |_Elizabeth SHOOK ___+
 NAME/PARENTAGE/SPOUSE: "History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio", Williams Bros., 1880, p 353.
_Reuben THOMAS _ | |--William THOMAS | |________________
CENSUS: 1860 town of Fairfield, Howard Co., IN, p 624.
THOMAS, R., 31y farmer b OH
", Amanda, 26y b OH
", Matilda, 10y b ?
", William 8y b ?
", Robert 3y b ?
", Frank, 1y b ?
CARROLL, Wm., 18y farm laborer b ?
NOTE: In the state of birth column, the census taker consistantly left the
column blank unless it was for the head-of-household and their spouse. No
ditto marks are shown, either. Perhaps all were expected to be read as born
CENSUS: 1870 Taylor Twp., Howard Co., IN, p 4
THOMAS, R., 41y farmer b OH
", A., 36y keeping house b OH
", William, 18y farm hand b OH
", R., 13?y male at home b OH
", Y., 12y male at home b OH
", J. ?, 10y female b IN
", Mary 76y at home b NC
COPOS?, O, 22y female b IN
THOMAS, C. 7y b IN
_John TROST _____+ | |--Edward T. TROST | |_Minnie GRANSEN _
DOB/DOD/POBurial/POD: ancestry.com gedcom of "Jeff & Kim Krumm", Feb. 2005.
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 347/355
TROST, John, 45y sailor b Maclenberg Strahitz
", Minnie, 48y keeping house b same
", Eli 15y farm laborer b oH
", Catharine 13y attending school b OH
", Edward 10y attending school b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 19
TROST, John, 54y tailor, b Prussia; parents b Prussia
", Minnie, 58y wife keeping house, can't read or write, b Prussia; parents b Prussia.
", Edward F.?, 20y son works on farm b OH
John Trost has a checkmark in the column for "maimed, disabled, crippled", etc.
__ | |--Michael TWITCHELL | |__
__ | |--Leona VAN HORN | |__
"His first wife, Grace Boyd, died in 1926. Surviving are his second wife, Leona Van Horn Boyd;" Also listed was a step-son, Russell O. Oyler. This is from Richard Boyd's 1966 obituary.
There's a Leona Boyd in the SSDI - 24 Mar 1902 - Nov 1984, last residence Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH. In "Ohio Deaths" she's listed as residing in Fairfield Co., died at the Lancaster-Fairfield hospital at age 82, widowed, died 14 Nov 1984.
1975 - "IN MEMORIAM - In loving memory of Richard C. Boyd, who passed away
January 7, 1966. 'Gone but not forgotten'. Sadly missed by wife Leona
Boyd." [The Advocate, Newark, Ohio, January 5, 1975]
_James Edward WALKER _+ | |--Ralph Edward WALKER | |_Martha ALLEN ________+
NAME: From mother's cemetery info, "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 346.
CENSUS: 1920 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH vis 2/2
WALKER, Edward J. 55 b OH
", Martha, wife 52 b KY
", Chester C. 11 b OH
", Alberta M. dau 8 b OH
", Ralph E. son 1/2 (?) b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Greencastle-Lancaster Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH,
WALKER, Edward J., head, owns home, 45y b OH, parents b OH, married at 22y,
owns radio set, farm operator.
", Mattie, wife 42y b OH, parents b KY, married at 18y.
", Chester C., son 21y b OH, farm laborer
", Ralph E., son 11y b OH
LOCATION: 1959 - listed as one of two surviving brothers, Ralph and Chester Walker, both of Lithopolis, in sister Alberta M. Moody's August 1959 obit.
LOCATION: 1965 - listed as one of two surviving sons, Ralph E. and Chester
C., both of Lithopolis, Ohio, in mother Martha's November obit.
LOCATION: 1975 - listed as a surviving brother, Ralph Walker of Lithopolis, in Chester Walker's July obit.
1991 - listed as a surviving brother-in-law, Ralph and Lil Walker, in Freda (Snider) Walker's October 1991 obituary.
OBIT: Ralph Edward Walker, age 86, of Lithopolis, died Monday December 27, 2004, at his residence. Born September 1, 1918, to the late James & Martha Walker.
Retired Barber of thirty years and owner of Walkers Barbershop in Canal Winchester, Ohio. Served in the United States Army as an Army Medic Lab Technician, for five years. A fifty year member of F. & A.M. # 169, in Lithopolis, American Legion Post # 677 and the Lancaster Moose Lodge # 955.
Survived by his wife, of 57 years Lillie B. Walker; daughter Carol (Bill) Langenberg; grandchildren Steven (Kim) Langenberg and Stephanie (Myron) Blansette; 4 great-grandchildren.
Preceded by his parents; sister Alberta Moody; brother Chester Walker.
A memorial service will be held 6:30p.m. Tuesday, January 11, 2005, at the Heritage Baptist Church 470 Groveport Road; Canal Winchester, Ohio 43110, with Pastor Tracy Fowler officiating.
In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Heritage Baptist Church or Mount Carmel Hospice, in Ralph's memory.
Arrangements by DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, Canal Winchester. Obit from funeral home website, which also shows a photo and his place of birth as Lithopolis, Ohio.
_Richard Alvin WARNER _+ | |--Sherie Ann WARNER | |_Eleanore V. HAMILTON _
 NAME/DOB: From Elvin Ogg, email April 2005.
_Carl Cofer WEAVER ______ | |--Melissa Ruth WEAVER | |_Carol Ann GERKENSMEYER _+
 NAME: From Nov. 2007 email of Cheryl Gerkensmeyer Rogers.
_George Washington WEISER _+ | |--Ervin M. WEISER | |_Mary Jane HOMRIGHOUS _____+
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, page 41 or 79
WEISER, George, 34y jour. carpenter b OH, $100 personal estate
", Mary J., 24y keeping house b OH
", William, 12y attending school b OH
", Erwin/Ervin 10y attending school b OH
", Elmer, 8y attending school b OH
", Emma, 5y at home b OH
", Lilla, 2y at home b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 18
WEISER, George W., 49y carpenter b OH; parents b PA
", Mary J., 40y wife keeping house b OH; fa b PA, ma b NJ
", Wm. L. 22y son teacher b OH
", Ervin M., 19y son at school b OH
", Samuel E., 17y son at school b OH
", Emma C., 15y dau at school b OH
", Lilian E., 12y dau at school b OH
", Clara, 8y dau at school b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 105 Sh 5B ward 14
WEISER, George, b Dec 1829, 70y b OH, parents b PA, carpenter, mar. 43y
", Mary J., wife b Oct 1836, 64y b OH, fa b OH, ma b NY, had 9 ch 6 living
", Ervin M., son b Aug 1860, 39y b OH, dosh? maker
", Emma C., dau b Sep 1864, 36y single b OH, bookkeeper
", Lillian E., dau b Apr 1868, 32y b OH
", Clara M., dau b May 1872, 28y single b OH, clerk
CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 131 SH 10B
BLAIR, Henry L., head, 52y b OH, parents b unknown, married twice, mar. 3y,
", Emma C., wife 45y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 3y, had 0 ch 0 living
", Leo C., son 16y b OH, clerk, department store
WEISER, Irvin M., brother-in-law 49y single b OH, dash? maker, buggy co.
", Clara M., sister-in-law 38y single b OH, stenographer, lumbuer co.
PENN, Milo I., boarder 20y b OH, parents b OH, bookkeeper, coal co.
CENSUS: 1920 Redlands, San Bernardino Co., CA; ED 178 SH 6A p 222
BLAIR, Henry L., head, 62y b OH, parents b OH, driver, transfer truck
", Emma C., wife 55y b OH, parents b OH
PORTER,? Sherman, brother-in-law 51y b OH, parents b OH, barber, shop in town
", Clara M., sister-in-law, 47y b OH, parents b OH
", Lillian M., niece 7y b OH, parents b OH
WEISER, Ervin M., brother-in-law 59y single b OH, parents b OH
KENNER, Clarence? A., step brother 52y b OH, parents b England, married
", Ada R., step sister 52y b OH, parents b OH, married
__ | |--Richard W. WELLING | |__
 NAME/DOM: Names listed as Richard W. Welling and Debra S. Foore, #250256, book 213.
_William L. WELLS ___ | |--John Paul WELLS | |_Viola Ellen BOWMAN _+
 DOB/POB/PARENTAGE: from Judith Ann (Hanna) Winzenz via August 2001 email.
__ | |--Gladys C. WEYANDT | |__
 FOOR BOOK, p 11
_William WILDERMUTH ___ | |--Abraham WILDERMUTH | |_Maria Barbara EBLING _
DOB/POB/DOD/POD: Ancestry.com. Johann David Wildermuth and his descendants, 1752-1964. Provo, UT. MyFamily.com, Inc.. 2004. Johann David Wildermuth and his descendants, 1752-1964. Lee, Ruth Kline,. Milwaukee?. unknown. 1965, p 22. "Elizabeth and Abraham Wildermuth moved to Indiana after the death of their daughter Lidia in 1831." A child Leah Louse Wildermuth was born in Pulaski Co., IN., and married Thoma J. Woodworth (1831-1920).
NAME: Mentioned in father's estate records. See notes on father.
CENSUS: 1830 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co.,OH
Abraham Wintermoth -
Males: One under 5, one 5-10, one 10-15, one 30-40
females: one 20-30
_Isaac YOUNG __ | |--Elroy YOUNG | |_Eliza BOWERS _
 DOB/DOD/POBurial/PARENTAGE: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 306. Son of Isaac Young and Eliza Young. Page 399 shows "Leroy", died Feb. 4, 1863, 1y 1m 29d.
_Henry ZANGMEISTER _ | |--Sara A. ZANGMEISTER | |_Anna Catherine ____
DOM/POM: FHL Batch M513353, Franklin Co., Ohio, probate marriages, 1853-1862. Names shown as Henry Eckhart and Sarah Zangmeister.
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Oh - family #1376
ZANGMEISTER, Henry 34y wagon maker b Germany
", Mariah 24y b Germany
", Sara A. 10y b OH
", Jacob 8y b OH
", Margaret 6y b OH
", Henry 4y b OH
", Mariah 1/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; p 68
ECKERT, Henry, 26y carpenter b Hessen, $300 real estate, $50 personal estate
", Sarah, 20y b OH
", William, 2y b OH
", Catharine, 5/12 b OH