Noble County, Ohio
Aug 1996 -Jan 1997
(Rootsweb/ancestry query board)
Here are the queries that have been posted by other researchers.
Robert D. King
Seeking information on Meshack KING and sons John KING and Thomas KING. They came to Monroe County in 1820 with Meshack's brother Shadrack. Meshack's son, John married Rebecca PERKINS in 1826. Her parents were Reuben PERKINS and Catherine _______? John's daughter married Reuben THORNTON in 1866 in Noble County. His Parents were Elijah THORNTON and Mary Jane CAVANAUGH. She was the dau. of Timothy CAVANAUGH and Maria _____? They are buried in Monroe County. Reuben THORNTON's son, Francis Ma rrion "Frank" THORNTON married Florance SHIPLEY on 21 March 1895 in East Union in Noble County. Her parents were John Henry SHIPLEY and Mary Rose GUILER. I believe Mary was the dau. of Samuel Franklin GUILER and Hanna CLARK. I know nothing about t he CLARK's except her father was probably Henry. John Henry SHIPLEY's parents were John Calvin SHIPLEY and Hester SISLER. Her parents were John SISLER Sr. and Elizabeth ROISE (or RUISE). Also, Thomas KING's son George married Martha E. PRINGLE in Monroe County.. Their son Gideon married Olive Belle SMALLWOOD on 9 Sept. 1893. Her parents were John Henry SMALLWOOD and Maria E. HARBIN. His parents were James SMALLWOOD and Sarah _____? Maria's father was Samuel O. HARBIN but I don't know her mother's name. All of these people lived their lives in Noble and Monroe Counties. I would very much like to correspond with anyone who has information on them or similar links. Also interested in the 77th and 92ed O.V.I and the town of East Union in Noble County.
KING, PERKINS, THORNTON, SHIPLEY, GUILER, SISLER, CLARK, PRINGLE, SMALLWOOD, HARBIN
I am looking for information on William and Catherine DOBBINS. They are found in Noble County, Jackson Community in 1860. Children that I have found so far are Catharine J., Elizabeth R., Lucy, Jane (probably Sarah Jane) and Mary E. Elizabeth R. wa s married to Jesse TAYLOR and they lived in Arkansas after the Civil War. I would like to know what happened to William and Catherine DOBBINS and who their parents were.
Jacob BAKER m. 23 June 1798 in Jefferson Co., Ohio to Mary STEEN. Jacob was born in Va(WVa) and d. in Monroe Co., Ohio in 1861. Does anyone have information on them? Also Joseph BAKER m. 19 October 1797 in Jefferson Co., Ohio to Mary FINDLEY (FINLEY) - any information on them?? Thanks for your time and assistance - both Jacob BAKER and Joseph BAKER were sons of Capt. John BAKER
BAKER, STEEN, FIN(D)LEY
John Hesson Jr son Samuel Hesson b. 7/11/1846 (Noble Co) d. 2/4/1904 Frederick Hayes Jr. b. 8/9/1833 (Noble Co) d. 5/6/1919 (Huntington WV) married Elizabeth Jane Ferris on 4/20/1854 (unknown) b. 12/8/1835 (Lawrence Co Ohio) d. 2/24/1921 (Huntington WV) The only thing I have on Frederick D. Hayes Sr.(father) is b.1785 d.1853 & his mother was Elizabeth Lambert b. 1790 or 1795 d. 1864. I have Elizabeth Ferris mother & father listed as Thomas & Martha Lambert ? Since I am brand new I guess I want to fill in the blanks and confirm the facts. I received this information from a 3rd. cousin while in WV last week.
HESSON, HAYES, FERRIS, LAMBERT
Am looking for the parents of DAVIS, John E. Was born in Ohio 16 October 1826. Lived with a minister named Plillip Jarvis in Guernsey Co, and was married by that minister to Susanna Carpenter on 3 March 1851. First son, Samuel, was born in Monroe Co. in 1851, daughter Julia Ann was born in Monroe Co 1854. Another daughter, Mary Emma(Emily?) was born in Noble co in 1859, and another daughter, Louisa Malissa, was born in Noble co in 1863. Son, George Mason was born in Washington co in 1865. Two ot her children, Jacob, and Wilford were born in WVa. Appreciate any information.
Robin Lawrence Poses
Nella Luella SHRIVER 1878-1963 South Olive
Adam SHRIVER 1849-1925 Dexter City
Curtis C. BETTS ? - 1938 Batesville
John H. BETTS 1844-1919 Batesville
I am looking for information on relatives of John WALKER (1828-1903) and Sarah Raleigh (or Rowley) Walker (1806-1882), his mother. They came from Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England in about 1843 to join Sarah's husband and siblings of either the husband or of John. After the 1850 census but before the 1860 census the arrived in Belmont Co., Ohio. I would like to find out where they were for about 10 years, what was Sarah's husband's name, and who were the other Walkers who came to the US b efore Sarah and John. I believe they may have been in the Wheeling, WV area. Any assistance would be a help. I am also looking for information on Mary Ann WALKER McCARTHY (John's daughter), Robert Henry WALKER (1876-?) (John's son) thought to have moved to somewhere in NY, and Jessie May WALKER BANNIG (1883-?) (John's daughter) or her husband Walter BANNIG (probably from Bellaire, Belmont Co., OH). Thanks for any help!
Looking for information on JULIA MANN married to JOHN WALTERS in 1844, probably in Washington Co. Also MARYANN MCPEAK or HARRIET MACELFRESH married to AMOS WALTERS in 1848 and 1858 respectively. ADAM WALTERS married ANNARA CUNNINGHAM after 1850. She was the daughter of JOSHUA CUNNINGHAM and MARY WALKER. Primarily researching WALTERS but looking for related families as well.
MANN, WALTERS, MCPEAK, MACELFRESH, CUNNINGHAM
I am trying to find the Bulletin of the Miami Velley Genealogical Society. I'm looking for an article by Corinne Hanna Diller; called Immigrant Ancestors of Miami Velley Ohio, "Quaker Families, It was in the Winter 1984 issue, pp. 64-67.
MOON, MOONE, MOHUN, DE MOONE, DE MOHUN
Mary Ellen Kellchner
Looking for birth place and parents of Joseph GRAY, b 1792, Oh or PA; died 1874, Noble Co., OH, buried Elba, OH. Marr Susanna Medkef who died 1850. They had 11 children. He married second Elizabeth WHITMORE and had 2 children. Need information on Joseph and Susanna. Would like to correspond with anyone researching Joseph and Susanna GRAY and their descendants.
GRAY, MEDKEF, WHITMORE
Mary L. Joseph Versfelt
Info,country of origin, parents of:Dr. James Moore Joseph, b.1822,d.1885, m.11-4-1856,Noble Co.Ohio,to Louvenia Gebhart, b.1838,d.1916.JMJ, Civil Veteran,2nd Lt.,Co.D 92nd Reg. Ohio Vol.50
Additional Info. appreciated to: Tel:(281)537-8779
Looking for information on Gragg family. Specifically Cornelius Gragg before 1850. He married three woman while in Ohio.
Beaver Valley Catholic Church Cemetery
I have the names and approximate birth /death dates for 5 people from Beaver Valley Catholic Church Cemetery in Noble county on Route 23. I've written to the county clerk of Noble county and they tell me that they can not find any death records. Since these are from roughly 1900, I figured that there would be good records available. Any reason why not or what might be wrong? I'm trying to find death records of these people. The names are:
James Hughes b NY ~1840, d 21 Feb 1906
Mary Hughes Wife of John Hughes 1830-1893
Elizabeth Hughes 1847-1900
Sarah Hughes 1857-1951
Francis Hughes 1847-1931
Looking at an old map of Noble county, it appears that this church and cemetary were located 1 mile east of Batesville, along the Beaver creek. Can you tell me anything about this church? Is it still there? Wher might the records be located? Is there an address or phone number that I could use to contact them? As I said, it appears that the people that I am looking for are buried in their cemetary. I feel that this might be an important link to solving this puzzle. Any help you can offer would be greatly appreciated.
KERNS, Mary Mahala
JAMES,Adrian Winona Born Oct.11, 1875 in South Olive, Ohio
I am looking for parents' birth & death records. Furman SWANK was born 14 Feb. 1834 in Morgan Co., Ohio. Father was John SWANK; Mother Harriet PAUL. Furman (or Farman, Foreman) SWANK was married on 11 Oct. 1852 to Susanna McBRIDE in Noble Co., Ohio.
SWANK, PAUL, MCBRIDE
Terry Tickhill Terrell
I am looking for information on the family of Mary CLINE (d. 1896) who married Samuel W. GIBSON. Mary A. CLINE was a sister or daughter to a David CLINE. She was living in Beaver Township with her husband in the 1870 census where she was listed as age 36. Any help would be appreciated.
I am looking for the DUNBAR and BRATTON families in Noble Co. Ohio. Marion DUNBAR b.1825, his father was Josiah DUNBAR and I believe they lived in Brookfield twp. Marion m. Julia BRATTON in 1856. They were in Keokuk Co. IA by 1860. I cannot find them in Ohio except for their marriage cert.
Looking for information on David DAVIS family. Mar. Hester HART, 1821 and Elizabeth COX, 1843. Childrens names: William (m. Rhoda COX), David (m. Rachel BOND), Aaron, Eliza A., Moses, Maria Jane (m. George W. GARRISON), Sarah, Benjamin (m. Mary WOODARD), Silas (m. Hannah BOND), Nancy J., Neri, Elijah (m. Ruth HUPP), Hester (m. Abraham WILLIAMS), Eli, Henry. ANY INFORMATION ON FAMILY WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.
DAVIS, HART, COX, BOND, GARRISON, WOODARD, HUPP, WILLIAMS
Am seeking information on family of PYLES and DUVALL specifically that of David PYLES (father) and Sarah PYLES DUVALL (daughter) and is buried in Harrietsville Cemetery.
BLAKE, Horace Sherman. Married Libbie Harris on 9-15-1888 in Noble County. They had 4 children, 3 boys, 1 girl. The girl was Leafy Marie Blake, b. 1-12-1892. One of the boy's names was Ray(mond) Blake. Horace's father's name was Moses. I believe Horace went by his middle name Sherman or just his initials H. S. on most documents.
Would like to find the parents of Catherine Amelia Coppenger O'DONOVAN, b. 1 May 1830, Cork, Ireland, d. 29 Mar 1896, Sharon, Noble OH. She was married to James LOWE. Need more information on both of these people: William Michael MORRISON, b. 27 Mar 1827, Sharon, Noble, OH, d. 3 Jan 1907, Belmont co., OH He was married to Martha C. GASTON, b.25 Mar 1828, Belmont co., OH, d. 23 Mar 1893, Sharon, Noble, OH. Robert THOMPSON, b. 8 May 1795, Antrim, Crumlin, Ireland. d. 25 Jan 1876, Sharon, Noble, OH. Married to Isabelle MCDONALD, b. 7 Apr 1797, Camickfergus, Ireland, d. 7 nov 1871, Sharon, Noble, OH. I would like to find more information on both Robert and Isabelle. Robert THOMPSON, 8 May 1795.
O'DONOVAN, LOWE, MORRISON, GASTON, THOMPSON, MCDONALD
Looking for any descendants of William MCMURRAY originally of PA. Revolutionary War. Settled in Guernsey County (now Noble) in Beaver Twp. Three daughters married CARPENTERS. He died in Morgan county in 1830's. Wife was either Anne LONG or Anne McADAMS.
Susannah MARTIN, born probably Belmont Co. 1804 and Thomas DILLEHAY/DELAHAY were married 1 Feb 1827 in Guernsey Co. By 1850-1860 they were living in Noble Co. Do you know other relatives of this couple?
MARTIN, DILLEHAY / DELAHAY
Margaret MARTIN, born probably PA late 1790S and John MORRISON born late 1790s may have been married in Belmont or Guernsey Co. Prior to 1850 they were living in Noble Co. and both were dead prior to July 1853. Their MORRISON children were Rebecca b .around 1825 [m. James C. PERIGO]; Joseph; Jacob; Susannah probably b.around 1830 [m. Henry GALLOWAY]; John M.; William and Thomas D. MORRISON. Do you know this family or relatives of this couple?
The Willey family of Guthrie co Iowa came from Noble co after the civil war. They were involved in the Hoskinsville rebellion as many of the other Noble residents. We are related to Dye, Thorla, Lemley and Coffey family of Noble County. We would be glad to share what little information we have. Also we would appreciate any information that you have concerning these names.
Looking to find where Adam CRUM is buried. Could be in Monroe or Noble county, OH. Searching for CRUM'S who live in Morrow Co., OH. Any information would be appreciated.
Seeking ancestral information on Joseph PIERCE, Samuel COLLIFLOWER, William FINLEY, Abraham BROWN. My grandfather was H. Earl PIERCE, grandmother Amy COLLIFLOWER Pierce, father Allen H. PIERCE. Will gladly share information I have dug up.
Snail Mail: 3333 Norton Road, Grove City, OH 43123
PIERCE, COLLIFLOWER, FINLEY, BROWN
Looking for descendants of Absolem YONLY/YONALLY who came to Belmont county after 1830. He died in Union Twp in the 1880's. He was married three times: 1)Rebecca Lupton - VA 2)Margaret Donohue - Belmont County 3)Naoma/Naomi Howell - Belmont County. His children which were scattered amongst Noble and Monroe Counties include: Lydia (married George DAY), Sarah (married a HUMPHREY), Rebecca (married a WHITE), Mary (Married a HUMPHREY), David, Lewis and Asa.
YONLY / YONALLY
Am looking for the parents of John E (Edward?) DAVIS.Born in Ohio on 16 March 1826, and died at Earnshaw, WVa on 16 October 1908. Married Susanna Carpenter in Guernsey Co. Ohio, on 3 March 1851. First child, Samuel Ellsworth born in Monroe co,1851. second child, Julia Ann, also born in Monroe co.1856. Third child Mary Emma born in Noble Co.1859. Fourth child Louisa Malissa born in Noble Co.1863. Fifth child, George Mason born in Washington Co.1865.
I am seeking any information on the CURTIS surname from Noble Co. I currently have over 150 family members from Noble Co with this surname. Some of the more unusual given names are Liberty CURTIS (I have 3 of them), Welcome CURTIS (I have 3 of them), Forest CURTIS (b. 1865), Linus CURTIS (I have 2 of them). All are descended from Eli CURTIS (b.1784). I'm also interested in Eli's brother, Ezra CURTIS (b. 1797). I would be more than happy to share information. Please respond by E-mail. Thanks.
Researching BATES, VORHIES/VORHEIS, BALL. Susannah BALL, b. 5-15-1800 Allegany Co, MD, d. 5-27-1877 IA, dau of Mathew BALL, who is found in Monroe, Noble and Guernsey County sources and also ties family back to Ed Ball of NJ. Susannah BALL married Ephraim VORHEIS (VORIS), b. 10-16-1795 PA, d. 8-19-1849 of cholera in Wapello Co, IA, son of John VORHEIS and Mary (Polly) BATES (dau of Ephraim BATES b. 5-24-1743 Morristown NJ, d. 1-2-1834 Sarahsville, OH). John VORHIES was b. 10-6-1766 Somerset, NJ, d. 1891 OH. Mary BATES b. 5-18-1769, d. 1836 OH. Desire to document father of John VORHIES (reputed to be Albert VOORHIES), marriage of John VORHIES and Mary (Polly) BATES, and other family research (of course).
BATES, VORHIES / VORHEIS, BALL
Richard V. Davis
John E. (Edward) DAVIS. Married Susanna Carpenter in Guernsey Co. Ohio on 3 March 1851. We believe that he worked on the farm of the minister who married them, a Plillip Jarvis.We have been able to trace his life since he married, but are unable to find out who his parents were. The only possible clue is that he named one of his children George Mason Davis, and we think that Mason may have been a family name of one someone on the maternal side.
John Davis had the following children:
Samuel Davis - b. 17 Mar 1851 Antioch, Perry Twp, Monroe Co. Ohio.
Julia Ann Davis - b. 17 Dec 1854, Monroe Co. Ohio
Mary Emma Davis - b. 6 April 1859, Seneca twp, Noble Co. Ohio
Louisa Malissa Davis - b. 29 March 1863, Noble Co. Ohio
George Mason Davis - b. 12 August 1865, Washington Co. Ohio.
Jacob A. Davis, and Wilford, both of whom were born and died in Wetzel Co. WVa at an early age. Jacob at 29 years, and Wilford at 10 years.
Any information as to the parents of John E. Davis would be appreciated.
Searching for any and all iformation on BENJAMIN MARLENEE who shows up in Guernsey Co. in 1837 marrying a MATILDA EMMONS. They were married in Buffalo Twp. and lived there until sometime after the 1850 census. Sometime in the mid 1850's they moved to Gutherie Co., Iowa. BENJAMIN MARLENEE say he was born in Md., and family lore says the family fled France during French Revolution in late 1700's. MATILDA EMMONS was born in Ohio, possibly Muskingom, Co.. Thanks in advance for the chance to post this querry, this a great Web Page setup for those of us doing Genealogy research.
Ronald L. Darrah (address unknown, please leave a response
on the Noble
County Discussion Board
Seeking information on Michael Asbury WILSON and wife Elizabeth GILLESPIE, buried in Eastern Cemetery, Summerfield, Noble Co. They may have lived in Belmont County earlier and perhaps Ohio Co., WV.
Thomas E. Dement
Seeking information on family of Moses T. Spencer (b.Allegheny Co, MD, 26 Apr 1794 died in Noble Co, OH 3 Mar 1864 buried at Harriettsville married Sarah Matthews (1795-1839) in 1819 married (2) Nancy Hill. I'm a descendent of Moses's daughter Caroline (b.1828/9) who married Samuel M.Dement in 1846.
SPENCER, MATTHEWS, HILL, DEMENT
Looking for any and all information on the children of Joseph CURTIS & Mariah HIBB, who were married in Noble County on 21 March 1868. The children are Emily, Florence, Mary, Oran, Laura Lee, Minerva, Martha, Mont Clyde, Homer Decosto and one unknown other. Thanks in advance.
Martin V. CARPENTER b 1840 Beaver Twp, Noble Co. OH. Married c 1865 to Hannah June CLARK b 1845 Noble Co, OH. What is the actual marriage date? When and where did they die? Who were Hannah June Clark's parents?
Ronald L. Darrah (address unknown, please leave a response
on the Noble
County Discussion Board
Moses HORTON died in Summerfield, Noble Co., 24 March 1863. Moses was supposedly affluent, but did he leave a will, and, if not, why not? What happened to his property after his death?
I am just beginning to search the surname BLAKE. I am looking for any information on a Samuel Trott BLAKE died around 1927. He was married to Leafie Marie MCKEE who was born 1892 and died 1947. Any information would be very helpful. Thank you.
Annette Davis Miller
I am looking for HICKMAN or PATTERSON.My grandfather was Owen Hickman Patterson; born April 15, 1893. His father was Grover Cleveland Patterson and mother was Unknown Hickman. They resided on land outside of McConnellsville. My grandmother was Ersel Osborne Patterson; borne March 1, 1891. Any info would be appreciated.
Mary Ellen Kelchner
Joseph GRAY, born 1792 in OH or PA; marr Susanna MEDKEF who died 1850. They lived in Noble County, OH and had 11/12 children. He marr 2nd. Elizabeth WHITMORE and had 2 children. Joseph died 1874, Jefferson Twp., Noble Co. His grave marker was shipped to Elba Station. Is there a cemetery at Elba? Is he buried there? Need parents of Joseph and Susanna and any ancestral information. Since Noble Co. was formed from other Counties, this family lived in Morgan or Washington County. Where would his obituary be found? Will share the information I have with anyone researching this family.
GRAY, MEDKEF, WHITMORE
Searching for information on the following Belmont & Noble County ancestors: Hans WILEY. Born 1750 in Ireland. Died 1835. He married Susanna IRWIN. Died 1838. Their son was Archibald WILEY. Died 1831. He married Jane CLEMENTS, daughter of CLEMENTS, 1824. Born 1795 in Ireland. Died Feb 1884. Their son was Archibald James WILEY. Born Feb 13, 1832 in Noble County, Ohio. Died Jun 26, 1896 in Ella, Marshall County, West Virginia. He married Rebecca Jane WARREN, daughter of Daniel William WARREN & Sarah HARDESTY, 1851. Born Apr 21, 1833 in Belmont County, Ohio. Died Aug 8, 1921 in Ella, Marshall County, West Virginia. Their daughter was Velma Elias WILEY. Born Mar 18, 1857 in Pipe Creek, Ohio. Died Aug 26, 1939. She married Harrison Orthello "Toss" MASSIE, son of Harrison "Bud" MASSIE & Rebecca Miller CARLE. Born Apr 5, 1856 in Powhattan, Belmont County, Ohio.
WILEY, IRWIN, CLEMENTS, WARREN, HARDESTY, MASSIE, CARLE
I am looking for a William HENDERSON. His wife's name was Eva KING. They had three children, Clare, which is a male and Joe and Minnie Marie. Minnie is my grandmother on my mother side.My mother was born on July 6, 1916 and my grandmother died on July 30, 1916. I can not find out anything else about them. Minnie was born in Springdale Pa. Her father was working in the oil fields at one time, as I understand. I don't know much about the family. I have a funeral on Minnie and her two brothers are listed and a Enda and Eva, there is no last names. Any Information you could give me would helpful. Thanks
Researching SPURGIS and SALADONIS families who lived in Belle Valley, Noble Co. Ohio around 1910-1920. The SPURGIS family had triplets on Jan. 11, 1915. One died in WW II, one died in 1964, and one is still living. I would like to know more about Belle Valley during this time period.
Betty Jo Alltop Harder
Looking for any information on the ALTOP/ALLTOP name. I know they were in this county in the 1800's. Please any help would be appreciated!! I'm more then willing to share what information I have. Other surnames I'm looking for are GATES, ROGERS, ADDIS, and HAMILTON. Thanks
ALTOP / ALLTOP
Seek information on Abraham NEISWONGER, born 1793 in Va. Died 1872. Buried in Bethel Cemetery, Noble Co. Ohio. Married Elizabeth HOLDERN. 10 known children.
George Washington CLARK--my great grandfather-married Amanda Rachel ARBUCKLE in Guernsey Co. on 4/2/1863. Father of William CLARK (b 1864) Ida May Clark (b1866) Cadelia Clark (b1868) James Clark (b1871) Maggie Clark (b1874) Emma Clark (b 1877) Ira Clark (b1879) Cory Clark (after 1880) lived in Jackson Twp in 1880. I have not been able to find any info except for Ira who was my grandfather. I would appreciate any info
George BAKER married Mary A. SECREST probably in Noble Co. before 1890 divorced before 1916. Five children Jennie Forrest (1890) Cleveland (1892) Louis (1896) Willis (1898) and Nadine. Again the trail is cold. I would appreciate any hints.
Seek information on descendants of Mary Jane AUSTIN JENNINGS who died in 1865 in Noble CO. to complete an AUSTIN family history. Idella JENNINGS married John WEHR in Noble Co. on 10 January 1882. She was born about 1862. I would like to know where they lived after their marriage and the names of their children. I would also like to contact descendants of Idella's brother, Eugene JENNINGS, who married Eve NEISWANGER in Noble Co. in 1886. Eugene died in 1897 leaving four children. 1. Della JENNINGS, born 1887 2. Bernard JENNINGS, born 1889 3. Wayne JENNINGS, born 1892 4. Flora JENNINGS who married Homer WILLIAMS. 10/23/96
AUSTIN, JENNINGS, WEHR, NEISWANGER, WILLIAMS
George Clarke KITTS and Jemima MOBERLEY were married in Noble Co., 01 Feb 1852. between that time and 1860 they moved to Lawrence Co.,Oh. I am searching for siblings and parents of Jemima. Thanks in advance. 10/18/96
Seek info on John HAYES and family of Noble County. John was born in Guernsey County on 20 Dec 1807 and married Nancy Ann HAGUE there on 26 Dec 1833. They were in Guernsey County in 1840 and 1850 but Noble County in 1860. I suspect they lived in that part of Guernsey County that was made part of Noble County. They moved on to Lawrence County by 1870. Anyone researching this line?
Ralph Hayes, 413 Reclining Acres, Corrales, NM 87048
I am researching the THURLOW surname as a one-name study, alternately spelled THORLA, THURLO, THORLO, THURLOE amongst others. I have tracked one line of this family from Massachusetts and New Hampshire to Ohio in the early 1800s. I have some photocopied extracts from "The History of Noble County" and a limited family tree that refers to a family of THORLAs living at Brookfield, Olive, and Noble Townships in Noble County. A T. M. Thurlow was the Noble County Sheriff in 1905, according to a note and stationary I have signed at Caldwell, Ohio 30 Oct 1905. I believe when the family first arrived in Ohio in the 1810s/20s they may have also lived in Monroe County. The THORLAs also ran a distillery producing Rye Whiskey called 'Old Thorla' at Zanesville.
To my point, I am looking for any genealogy or family history that traces any and/or all THURLOW/THORLAs etc from their arrival in Ohio to the present. With the information I have already collected I may also be of some help to anyone with an interest in this or related families in this region, or anywhere else for that matter. I will gladly share what I have. 10/14/96
THURLOW / THURLO / THURLOE / THORLO / THORLA
Does anyone know if the reocrds for the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Summerfield still exist. I have the cemetery list from the Noble Co. Cememteries book but I am wondering about the church records. 10/9/96
WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH / SUMMERFIELD
Garry L. McLaughlin
I am Research the MCLAUGHLIN families that lived in the Ava, Noble Co. area from the 1840's on. The father William was my GG grandfather, Samuel, my Ggrandfather. I have searched the Noble Co. library and the History books and there seems to be nothing in them about the family members, other than 3 of them served in civil war. I am also interested in information about the GLOVER family. My GGgrandmother was Maribah GLOVER, her brother was Levi GLOVER. These people are all buried in Halley's Ridge Cemetery near Ava. I would appreciate any contact with anyone that might doing research on either of these lines or that might have information pertaining to them. Census records indicate that they were there at time in question. Are there any newspapers in that time frame that might cover that area from 1850 to 1900? Please respond by email. Dated 10/6/96
Mechele Stone (address unknown, please leave a response
on the Noble
County Discussion Board
BOND, William b. July 12, 1849 mar. June 8, 1878 HUPP, Mary Ann. I am looking for the parents of both Mary and William. Please respond by email. Dated 10/4/96
William Hargis BAINUM came from the Island of Jersey to SE Ohio. He married Nancy COLLINS who was born in 1771. They farmed and had 22 children including Levi Hargus BAINUM b 6 Mar 1822. Levi married Mary MCCONNELL who was born 22 Apr 1819. They farmed near Stafford, OH and had 9 children. I think William was buried near Mt. Ephraim. I would love more information. Please respond by email. Dated 10/2/96
BAINUM, COLLINS, MCCONNELL
Nancy Dostal (address unknown, please leave a response
on the Noble
County Discussion Board
Any information on the John & Mary FARRIS, who lived in Guernsey Co. in 1850, and Noble Co. in 1860. Children are David, Sarah, Mary, Phebe, Wm., and John W. Thanks. Please respond by email. Dated 10/2/96
Linda Moore Garrett
I am researching the MOORE and or MOOSE surnames of Monroe co., but also have records where they lived in Belmont and Noble counties in the mid 1800's. In 1850 Isac and Marcilla MOORE were living in Bealsville, Sunsbury Twp. but I find other mention of the MOOSE surname, so I am not certain if the name maybe was misspelled or if they changed the spelling. I believe it is MOORE as that is my maiden name and I am hunting for my ggrfather Daniel MOORE b. about 1850, son of Isac and Marcilla, I think, he married a Mary LONGLEY and settled in Muskingum CO. Zanesville, OH. He was there until 1912 and is lost from that time on. Also, the Name MELLOTT and PITTMAN seems to be mentioned with this. They have connections to William SMITH of Noble county and to the RUSH name of this area. Believe some to be buried in the Bealsville cem. but I haven't been able to sort it all out. Thanks. Please respond by email. Dated 10/1/96
MOORE / MOOSE, MELLOTT, PITTMAN
I am looking for any information on the MATHENY/FARLEY/EVERLY families of Noble Co., Ohio. Nathan MATHENY lived in this area in the early 1800's. Does anybody have data on him? Please respond by email. Dated 9/29/96
MATHENY, FARLEY, EVERLY
Francis E. Howard
Any information of the following: Andrew J. DONOVAN; Clyde DONOVAN; Daisy DONOVAN; Laura Hortense DONOVAN, D.O.B. March 19, 1856; Madeline DONOVAN; Susan DONOVAN. Thanks for you help. Please respond by email. Dated 9/22/96
David LANAM b 16 Feb 1829 in Noble County, OH; d May 1896; m Rachel MERRY 27 Aug 1846; father of Rouse LANAM b 3 Jun 1850 in Noble Co. I am looking for the ancestors of David. It is thought that his father was John LANAM b 1801 in VA. Please respond by email. Dated 9/18/96
Researching the DYE family. William S. DYE married Ruth Ann BROOKS March 14, 1850 in Noble Co.,Ohio. His Mother Agness or Nancy DAVID DYE died March 11, 1852 in Noble Co.,Ohio. She was married to Thomas DYE. Please respond by email. Dated 9/12/96
email@example.com Am searching for the various descendants of the ESTEL/ESTLE/ESTELLE family lines. We are compiling a database along with information on the different lines. Plus we are writing a newlsetter for the Estles. Anyone wishing to exchange information, please contact us.
Snail mail at, Ruth Arleen Estle, P. O. Box 126, Richmond Dale, OH 45673-0126
ESTLE / ESTEL / ESTELLE
Researching the name PETER/PETERS in Noble Co. around the middle of the 1800's. George Michael Jr. came from York Co. PA and raised a large family in Noble Co. Would appreciate contacts with any descendants. Please respond by email. Dated 9/4/96
PETER / PETERS
Bobbie Mushtaq (address unknown, please leave a response
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I am looking for information on family members who were either born or lived in Noble County, Ohio in the early 1800s. John B. GATCHEL, DOB 7/25/1827 in Chester Co., Pa. Wife Lurany HILTON DOB 10/5/1830 in Harrison Co., Ohio. Children: David L. DOB 12/25/1853 Noble Co., Ohio, Hannah DOB 3/28/1855, Noble Co., Ohio, Jane DOB 11/14/1856 Noble Co., Ohio, William DOB 11/14/1856 Noble Co., Ohio., John F. DOB 6/26/1860 Noble Co., Ohio. At some point after the birth of John the family moved to Washington, Ohio. I am not sure if this is a county name or a city. Five more children where born after John. The familys eventually moved to Perry County, Indiana where most of their decendents live. I wonder what they would think of someone from their family winding up in Karachi Pakistan, which is were this inquiry is coming from. I will appreciate any information anyone can forward. I would also be thankful for any pointers which might make it easier to search from here. Thanks.
Looking for any information on JOHN HUGHES family living in Beaver township in Noble county from 1850 (Guernsey County) until 1900. Listed in the 1850 Guernsey county census, Beaver Twp as JOHN HUGHES b 1810 IRE, MARARET HUGHES b 1810 Ire, MARY A HUGHES b 1830 Can, HENRY HUGHES b 1831 Can, CATHARINE HUGHES b 1836 NY, JAMES HUGHES b 1839 NY, and ELIZABETH HUGHES b 1841 Ohio. John was not listed in any further census, but Margaret and James were listed until 1880 anf 1900 respectively. James owned the same farm until his death in 1906. Family legend says that John went back to Ireland. I believe that any information on MARGARET HUGHES or JAMES HUGHES may help make the connection between them and my ancestor HENRY HUGHES. Thanks. Please respond by email. Dated 8/20/96
Mary Heddleson Clark
Researching Heddleson(Hiddleson),McClintock, Philpot, Enochs, Archer, and many others in Noble County. Desperate for more info on Heddleson, McClintock and Philpot. There is (or was) a Hiddleson's Ridge in Noble County. The Hiddleson's came to Noble County around 1807-1812 (I know it wasn't Noble Co. then). William and Martha(Philpot)Heddleson came with at least 3 kids. William who married Martha McClintock, Joseph who married Susannah Farley, and Jane who married Daniel Bates. My line is through William and Martha McClintock. Will share what I have. Thanks. Please respond by email. Dated 8/23/96
HEDDLESON, MCCLINTOCK, PHILPOT, ENOCHS, ARCHER, and others...
Mary Heddleson Clark
HEDDLESON,William and wife PHILPOT, Martha. Researching this line. Their kids: Joseph(Susannah Farley), William(Martha McClintock), and Jane(Daniel Bates). Have lots of info.Also have lots of holes. Will share. Please respond by email. Dated 8/21/96
John MARTIN, b. York, PA, about 1775-1800; d. possibly in Licking Co, OH, about 1848-1849. He was born ...of Irish parents who immigrated in an early day... I'm guessing they came about 1750-1770. He left York around 1800 and headed for Belmont Co., OH with his first wife, Susan(nah) OURIE / UREY / ULRY. Susan OUREY MARTIN may have died in eastern OH about 1817-1818 after bearing: Margaret, Samuel, Susannah, Rachel, Joseph, Jacob, Angeline (Anne), Rebecca and one other child who died.
Margaret m. _____MORRISON and lived in Noble Co., OH. Both died prior to 1853. Samuel m. Susannah______, prior to 1853 Susannah m. Thomas S. DILLEHAY, 1827 Rachel m. Reason BURDETT, Sr., 1833 Joseph m. Louisa_____. Jacob m. Jane _____, by 1849. Angeline [Ann] m. Benjamin DELAHEY, 1832 Rebecca m. James H. MEVIS, 1846
John married again, to Margaret (FETTY?) MESSENCOPE probably in about 1819, Belmont County, OH. Margaret was born in Hagerstown, MD. Margaret and John MARTIN lived in Guernsey, then Muskingum, then Licking Counties, OH in the 1820-1860 period. Children of this marriage are: Benjamin, Jonathan, Elizabeth, Isaac, David, Caroline, Julia Ann and one other female who died possibly around age 7-10. Benjamin and Jonathon stayed in Licking Co. Many descendents still live there and in nearby counties. Eliabeth married _____PALMER and may have lived in Noble or Knox county. Isaac seems to be a loner. May have been in the Civil War and buried at Perryton. David moved to VanWert, then to Allen Co.,IN. Married Melinda CLEM. Caroline married Isaac RINE and lived in Coshocton Co. JuliaAnn married Gerard Cone MITCHELL. If you're working on any of these, I'll be glad to share my data - and I need to know more about these folks in the mid to late 1700's. Please respond by email. Dated 8/13/96
MARTIN, MESSENCOPE, many others (check query)
John CARPENTER, born 1815, Monroe Co., m. Elizabeth Jane HICKENBOTTOM, b. PA?/VA?, Jesse Luke CARPENTER, b 1834, m 13 May 1860, Noble Co. to Nancy RINEHART; Rebecca CARPENTER, b. 1837, George W. CARPENTER, b. Aug 1839, Guernsey Co.?, m. 8 Sep 1859 to Emma WEBB; Edward S. CARPENTER, b. 31 July 1841; Sarah Jane CARPENTER, b. May 1843, d. May 1903; John C. CARPENTER, b. 1845; William T. CARPENTER, b. 1848, d. 1921; David CARPENTER, b. July 1849; Squire CARPENTER, b. 1852, m. 1 Jan 1865 Noble Co. to Cora Belle HALSTED; (Mary) Nancy CARPENTER, b. 1854, m. 4 Sep 1874, Noble Co., to Wilson MORGAN; Mahala CARPENTER, b. 26 Feb. 1857 in Noble Co., to Milton LONG. Please respond by email. Dated 8/16/96
I am researching the family of William H.S. BARRY/BERRY who died abt 1846 in Morgan County. Mary (wife), Ruth, Samuel, and Allen are listed as heirs. The 1850 Census for Noble twp, Morgan Co. lists Mary(or Merry) BERRY with children Ruth, Samuel, Allen, and John age 4. John must have been born shortly after his father died I am thinking? A Ruth BERRY marries Francis PETTAY in Noble Co. and Ruth and Francis PETTAY are listed in the 1860 census in Center twp., Noble co., along with John W. or M.? BERRY, age 13.
I have many questions regarding this family, but 3 or 4 specific ones;
1. A William BARRY marries Mary GILKERSON 4 Dec 1834 in Morgan co. OH. Is William H.S. BARRY and Mary his wife and heir? 2. I found record of two marriages for a Ruth BARRY, 1855 to Solomon ARCHER and 1858 to James HESSON. Is either of these the daughter of William H.S. BARRY? 3. Is the Mary BARRY that married Francis PETTAY the wife of William H.S. BARRY? 4. and foremost; My g-grandfather William H.S. BERRY, stated in his Civil War Pension Application that he was born 2 June 1841 in Noble Co. OH. His marriage record in the same application state he was age 23 at time of marriage (which would make his birth abt 1847) 1870 to 1900 census have his birth varying from 1841 to 1846. Family tradition states he lied about his age to join the army in the civil war. His pension application does not include his parent's names.
I had thought that my g-grandfather was William H.S. BERRY was probably the John M. or W., age 4 in the 1860 census with Francis and Mary PETTAY and later changed his name to his father's name. But I am wondering if he might have been Samuel in the 1850 census with Mary, Ruth, Allen, and John? - or none of the above? Samuel was age 11 in the 1850 census (b abt 1841). I have a civil war pension application for an Allen BARRY/BERRY which includes a statement from his brother William BERRY. Allen's included death certificate states that his father was named John W. or M?.BERRY and his mother Mary, residence Serrisville, Ohio. He was age 53 yrs, 9 months, 18 days at time of death on December 27, 1894, according to certificate (born 9 Mar 1841) Allen BARRY in the 1850 census with Mary, Samuel, and John was age 8 (b abt 1842). And so this record makes me wonder if William and Allen both collaborated for John W. or M.? to trade names with his father William H.S.? Thanks. Please respond by email. Dated 8/15/96
BARRY, BERRY, PETTAY, GILKERSON
Cathy Robinson Wilmot
I believe Asa ROBINSON, son of James and Mary, died in Noble County, ca 1850-1869. He would have left widow, Jane, residing with son, James and Diana (POWELL) ROBINSON. Hunt as I may, I cannot find this man's burial site. Moreover, I cannot find what happened to Jane. Asa and Jane had other children, but there again, I know no names. Please respond by email. Dated 8/8/96
Am interested in finding any info on Josiah (Jack) PROUTY. Born Sept. 28, 1858, in Brookfield Township, Noble County, Ohio. Parents were William and Casander PROUTY. Was last known to be living near Portland, CO around the years of 1909-1918. Would like to know where he is buried, and if he has any descendants. He had 11 brothers and sisters, including two sets of brother-sister twins. Please respond by email. Dated 8/4/96
Robert M. Hinton
William NORWOOD, b. England, m. Abigil KINGSTON, b. Ireland. Married June 24, 1857, in Noble County, Ohio. I wrote to the County court house and received a copy of the marriage license. There was no more information on the marriage license that what I have here. Is there any other information about the two? Thanks for your time. Please respond by email. Dated 8/4/96
I am looking for any information on Letta DYAR or Lettie DYE, born in Dexter City, in 1897 or 1898. Where may I find here birth record? Thank you. Please respond by email. Dated 8/4/96
DYAR / DYE
T. Emmett MIRACLE m. Ina J. BISHOP in 1895. What were the names of their children. Any data on them in Noble County books other than the Summerfield cemetery book. Thanks for any help. Please respond by email. Dated 7/26/96
John BISHOP m. Sara WILLISON; lived in Marion Township, Noble County, OH. Three sons. He d. 1882. Any data on him in Noble County books other than the Summerfield cemetery? Please respond by email. Dated 7/26/96
Looking for information on Francis CRUM (CRUMB) and his wife Mary CHRIST (CLEST). Located on the 1850 Noble County, Ohio census. Could not find them in the 1860 census. In the 1870 census found Mary as the head of the family with the following children: Joseph, Elisabeth, Michael, Lorenzo, George, and Leo. Also located Mary in 1880, then lost her. I would like to know when and where Francis died, and when and where Mary died. Also any other information on this family. Please respond by email. Dated 7/23/96
CRUM, CRUMB, CHRIST, CLEST
William W. Munsil
Any information regarding this surname. Thanks. Please respond by email. Dated 7/18/96
Searching for the family of Reason/Rezin CALVERT, 1802-1872, early settler of Hiramsburg, brother of Hiram CALVERT, for whom Hiramsburg was named. Want to find family name of his mother, Alice, and more information about his wife's mother, Ascha HOLLOWAY COTTON. Glad to share my CALVERT information. Please respond by email. Dated 7/18/96
I am interested in Adam and John BESSE/BEST who came from PA about 1800. John BEST, b. about 1760, PA, married Christi RUSSELL. Children: Adam BESST, b. 1797, PA. John may have had a brother Samuel who married Agness CASEBEER. Please reply by email. Dated 7/12/96
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