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BRYAN, VANDYKE

Seeking information or family of the following who are found on the 1910 Census for Noble Twp., Noble Co., OH: James Howard BRYAN b. 1884 in OH and d. 1976 Morenci, Lenawee Co., MI married in 1905 Eliza Anna (or Anna Liza)) VANDYKE b. 1886 in Southern OH. They had the following children: Herbert Donald BRYAN b 1907 in OH Bernice L BRYAN b 1909 in OH Raymond Virgil BRYAN b 1913 in Woodfield, Monroe Co., OH Edwin Carrol BRYAN b 1917 in MI This family then appears on the 1920 Census for Seneca Twp., Lenawee Co., MI

Date of query: Tue Dec 4 17:07:27 2001
Contact: Laura Bryan - johns191@pilot.msu.edu


LOVEJOY, THOMPSON

I am looking for Hannah LOVEJOY (not 100% sure about the last name but positive about the date and location) born Sep 15th 1823 in Noble County Ohio. Hannah married Rev. John THOMPSON on or around April 1st 1841. I would like to correspond with anyone that has information on this family.

Date of query: Thu Nov 29 15:04:47 2001
Contact: Barbra - Sambi22@aol.com


LAW,MCDANIEL

Looking for family of William LAW b. 1812. Father's name may have been William or James LAW. William married Sarah Rachel MCDANIEL prior to moving to IL prior to 1859. Children that I know of : James, Elizabeth, Jacob, Ada, Hannah. Would like any information regarding Sarah Rachel's family. After Sarah Rachel's death he married Eveline Smallwood in Christian County IL. I would like to correspond with anyone interested in exchanging information on the family

Date of query: Tue Nov 27 08:56:18 2001
Contact: Elsie - creed@chipsnet.com


HERLAN, MENDENHALL

Looking for information on family of John W.H. Herlan (son of Jacob Frederick HERLAN and Jane (MENDENHALL) HERLAN of Noble County (1848-1929) m. Sarah Ann (KENT), his brothers Peter and Jacob, and sisters Maria Emma m. Tom MCCOY, Louisa Jane m. John STEPHAN, Sarah Ann m.Charlie EVERETT, and Lucy m. George SCHAUB. Also Jane MENDENHALL b. 1818 d/o John MENDENHALL and Sarah Ann SCOTT and siblings Martha m. Thomas WEST,Thomas m. Rebecca GILDOW, William Alexander m. Rachel Henry WILSON, John m. Rebecca BUELL,Isaac B. m. Catherine DRYER then Catherine GORRELL, Catherine Ann m. John Blackburn WILSON, Elizabeth also m. John Blackburn WILSON, James m. Mary GILDOW,and Sarah West m.Peter HERLAN,and Mary West MENDENHALL.

Date of query: Sun Nov 25 20:49:57 2001
Contact: Betty Latta Kitchen - kitchen2@adelphia.net


PARKS, TRIMBLE, YOUNG

Does anyone have an index of marriage records of Noble county that may indicate the following marriage: Nora Trimble married a person with the last name of Young in about 1915- 1925. Nora's maiden name was Parks.

Date of query: Sun Nov 18 17:52:04 2001
Contact: Wayne Smith - smith_w@losalamos.com


READ, REED

Looking for descendants of REV. ALVIN RICHARD READ, born 28 April 1864, Warren County, New Jersey, the son of Jonah H. and Margaret Eliza Read. Arrived in Ohio in 1874 to live with father who hd been there several years (his mother died in 1864). Eventually Alvin became a Methodist minister. In 1910, he was living in Stockton, Morgan County, Ohio; 1934 in Whitehouse, Ohio; 1938 in Renrock, Noble County, Ohio. Married ELLA S.(UNKNOWN). Had at least 6 children. One child living at home in 1910: EDNA B. READ born 1890 in Ohio. Family generally spelled surname READ in New Jersey. It is Read on the 1910 Census. Could be spelled either way. More information concerning the Read family on Read Family Connections: www.charm.net/~edrtjd/readgen/

Date of query: Thu Nov 15 23:16:05 2001
Contact: Esther Read - edrtjd@charm.net


SEVERANCE

looking for any info. about the benj. SEVERANCE family who moved to brookfield township in the early years of the 19th cent. from boscowen,n.h.

Date of query: Sat Nov 10 20:41:21 2001
Contact: michael kearney - apingos@aol.com


Stephens

STEPHENS Looking for information on descendants of John & Hannah (Patterson) Stephens. John died 10/28/1903 and Hannah in 1906. Both buried at Kennonsburg Cem., Kennonsburg, Noble Co., OHio

Date of query: Sat Nov 10 16:19:29 2001
Contact: Gerald Stephens - gobls@webtv.net


SURGEON,SURGEN,HEDDLESON,HEDDLESTON

looking for birth record of HUDSON MADISON SURGEN(SURGEON) b.4/22/1902 d.1/14/1972 .Fathers name JAMES SUREN Mothers name MATTIE HEDDLESON. THANK YOU

Date of query: Tue Nov 6 16:34:40 2001
Contact: Bertie Surgen - bertie0757@aol.com


BAY, RANNELLS

I have a Power of Attorney document which suggests that Olive Township was in Guernsey County in 1818. Could that be? Or was it a "typo" in 1818? The document is recorded in Washington County, PA and is essentially a power of attorney from Thomas Bay (Sr.) to his son, James, dated 15 September 1818. It pertains to a mortgage deed for land in Washington County, PA. The document was witnessed by Joseph Rannels (sic) and William Bay and clearly states State of Ohio, GUERNSEY COUNTY, Olive Township. William Rannells was the Justice of the Peace. Clerk of the Court of Common Please for Guernsey was Zaccheus (?) A. Beatty. I know that Thomas Bay,Sr., William Bay and Joseph Rannells lived in Spencer Twp., Guernsey at the time and that William Rannells lived in what was then Morgan County just south of Cumberland so everything seems to work out EXCEPT the Olive Township reference. Any information will be appreciated. Tom Bay, Columbus, OH tbay@columbus.rr.com

Date of query: Tue Nov 6 14:13:02 2001
Contact: Thomas Bay - tbay@columbus.rr.com


URBAN

I am reasearching the Urban (Irbin, Urbean, Urben) line from enoch township as appearing in the 1850 Census of Monroe county. I notice after 1850 this township reverts to Noble County. Jacob Urbin, born circa 1797 in either Switzerland or Germany, his wife Susannah who is seventeen years his junior born in America. This family evidently ended up in Muskigum county, as I find most of them there on the 1870 census. Jacob the immigrant is by then 74 years old. I can find thirteen offspring of this union. I cannot find any records I can prove before 1850, except a possible John Urbin in Fairfield county in the 1840 census. If anyone has ties to this/these individual I would appreciate a response. They have been an extraordinarily hard nut to crack in my research, but have much info on the Muskingum county years, and much more to do. Thanks.

Date of query: Fri Nov 2 10:56:14 2001
Contact: Suzy - Driscolls@y- city.net


MISEL, TRIMBLE

I am looking for any information on the MISEL and TRIMBLE families who lived in Noble County, Ohio in the 1850's. David MISEL married Martha TRIMBLE and they had children: Jane, Mary, Maggie, Russell, Edward, Sade, Kate, Martha and possibly Joseph. In the 1880 Census of Keokuk, Iowa David is 55 and Martha 53 and they both list they were born in Ohio. Would appreciate any help with this family descendants or ancestors.

Date of query: Mon Oct 22 10:38:05 2001
Contact: Shirley Derington - sderingtox@aol.com


CARPENTER,MCMURRAY

Looking for Richard CARPENTER b. 21 Oct 1800 Batesville, Guernsey, Ohio. He died 29 Dec 1863 in Batesville, Noble, Ohio. Looking for information about his 2 marriages? Mary 1822 and Hannah MCMURRAY 14 Oct 1832. I think he had 3 children with his first wife and 10 with his second. All children were probably born in Beaver, Calais, Guernsey, Ohio.

Date of query: Sun Oct 21 23:24:03 2001
Contact: Mike - mturner@tgi.net


JOHNSON

Looking for info on a Susannah Johnson (maiden name unknown) She was married to a Nathaniel Doty Johnson. They appear in the 1850 census for Monroe County, Ohio, Seneca Twp, which in 1851 became part of Noble County. Susannah died probably in the middle of or end of 1850 probably in Noble County. Nathaniel at some point relocated to Coffeyville, KS. Trying to find a death certificate for Susannah.

Date of query: Sun Oct 21 09:40:29 2001
Contact: John Walters - jaw234@home.com


MOOREHEAD, SMITH

Looking for information on Easton W. SMITH who died in Dec (27?) 1929 at the age of 92 and his wife Martha Lydia MOOREHEAD who died about 1904 and are buried in Forest Grove Cemetery, Noble Co. OH. At the time of his death they had the following children: Mrs Jasper FULTON who resided at Hiramsburg, Noble Co. Ohio, Mrs John BRAND who resided in Cleveland OH, John SMITH who resided in Derwent OH, George SMITH of East Union Noble Co Stock Twp. OHIO, Ira SMITH of Cumberland Oh. There are one brother of Easton Smith listed John Wesley Smith of near Forest Grove Noble Co. OH and 2 sisters Mrs. John CASH of Zanesville, OH and Mrs. Eliza SYLONS of Beverly OH.

Date of query: Mon Sep 10 06:35:02 2001
Contact: Alice Smith - asmith@hotmail.com


CUNNINGHAM Does anyone have information about Ebenezer Cunningham who fought in the War of 1812? Want to know the names of his parents? What is the name of the Captain who was on the the ship,"Fox" and where was it from? When did his ancestors come over on the boat? Did anyone of them fight in the Revolutionary War of 1776? Please help. [CC note: from the History of Noble Co-He lived near Keith. It also stated that a well-known old settler was Ebenezer Cunningham, who died in 1851, at the age of 61. He was a soldier of the war of 1812, and is stated on his tombstone, "one of the survivors of the flagship Lawrence, under Commodore Perry, at the battle of Lake Erie Sept 10. 1813. Cunningham was a carpenter and millwright. He built and kept in repair many of the pioneer grist-mills that were run by horse-power.] .

Date of query: Mon Sep 9 2001
Contact: Ron Shankland - ronald.l.shankland@prodigy.net


BATES, BOWERSOCK, MOORE

Searching for more information on Ruth BATES BOWERSOCK, daughter of Timothy BATES and Ruth MOORE. I understand there was a book published on the Timothy BATES family and would like to find out the title, and/or publisher, and /or author. Ruth BATES married John BOWERSOCK and they lived in Seneca Twp., Noble Co., at the head of Mud Run near Wills Creek when she died around 1860-61. Also any information on the BATES Bulletin would be appreciated.

Date of query: Sat Sep 8 05:12:06 2001
Contact: Susan Roach - sbroach@cfl.rr.com


JOHNS

I am looking for information on the family of Daniel JOHNS. According to the 1850 Monroe Co. Census Stock Twp. which is now Stock Twp Noble Co. OH., he was living in that township. His wife was Amelia _______.They had one son William. Daniel was born around 1798 in MD and Ameilia were born around 1795 in MD. I believe that their son William is the William JOHNS who married Nancy KING. William JOHNS AND Nancy KING are my great great grandparents. The JOHNS lived in the East Union Carlisle area of Stock Twp. and are buried in East Union Community Cemetery. I would appreciate any help with this family. Thank you.

Date of query: Sat Sep 1 14:59:28 2001
Contact: Alice Smith - allerest@speedy1.net


SMITH, COZZENS

Noble County residents Pearl Smith and Hezekiah Cozzens were married in about 1909-1910. Does anyone have an index that shows when the marriage occurred?

Date of query: Wed Aug 29 22:25:07 2001
Contact: Wayne Smith - smith_w@losalamos.com


SHUSTER

Looking for any information anyone may have about the Shuster families that came to Noble county ohio from Westmoreland Co. Pa. in about 1823. The name of the father was Samuel Shuster. Most were born in Noble Co and then moved to Morgan Co. Any info anyone has is appreciated. I have researched it back to the early 1700's but just trying to fill in some missing pieces.

Date of query: Tue Aug 28 21:17:57 2001
Contact: Lori Shuster carpenter - the_lori@hotmail.com


REED, FINLEY

Would like to contact anyone who might have info on JAMES REED, or his family. James died in Mt. Ephraim, Noble County, 5/29/1872. Wife was MARGARET FINLEY. She died 4/30/1906 in Mr. Ephraim. Children were: Lovinia, Ellen Amanda, Isabella, Caroline, Rebecca, Sylvester.

Date of query: Tue Aug 21 22:51:59 2001
Contact: Doris Reed Forsyth - dfforsyth@cableone.net


WOOD

Looking for parents of and other details on Frederick D. WOOD. Died in Center Township. His will is recorded in book I, page 430.

Date of query: Tue Aug 14 16:48:08 2001
Contact: Lee WOOD - lee.andkathy@verizon.net


FARLEY, FORSHEY

Is anyone researching Hamilton(b. ca. 1818 in Monroe Co., Ohio) or Richard Forshey(b. ca. 1815 in Monroe Co., Ohio) who lived in both Noble and Monroe Co.'s in Ohio? They married sisters-- Hamilton married Martha Farley and Richard married Bethiah/Bethia Farley. Have sketchy info on the children of these two men and would like to know more. I do know that Richard Forshey died in either 1844 or 1845 as his will was filed for probate in 1845. I do not know for sure, but believe that the parents of Hamilton and Richard were Abraham Forshey and Sarah Sutherland. Any info would be appreciated. Thank You.

Date of query: Mon Aug 13 20:58:39 2001
Contact: Helen Boydston - shortcut@worldnet.att.net


GEDDES, MURRAY

Seeking info on the John GEDDES linage from PA, and that of MARY MURRAY born in Noble Co.,OH 2 Marcy 1823. Geddes family moved to Lorimor IA in 1861 with 8 children born in Noble Co. in / around 1849 to 1861 time period. Anyone working on the GEDDES or MURRAY names please email me. Your web page is terrific. Keep up the great work.

Date of query: Wed Aug 8 21:22:37 2001
Contact: Howard H. Geddes - howgeddes@aol.com


Does anyone know of a "Cumberland Presbyterian Church" that was located in Noble County? I know of the city of Cumberland, Ohio but from the information I have seen this church was somewhere in Noble Co, somewhere probably in Marion Township. I have looked but not found any still in existance so I assume it is no longer standing.

Date of query: Tue Aug 7 19:44:40 2001
Contact: Mhastings - hastings_mike@hotmail.com


MERRITT, WALLER

There is an ancestor Thomas Daniel or Daniel Thomas MERRITT listed buried Taylor Cemetery, died 17 Nov 1855, wife Jane WALLER. I found the location description for this cemetery within the county as "Caldwell South" but didn't find map reference to it. Can someone give me an idea where it is located? near Jackson Twp?? Does anyone on this list live near the cemetery ? Need to find documentation of this burial. Can anyone help??? Thanks, Nancie raggdollynmb@yahoo.com

Date of query: Wed Aug 1 16:53:38 2001
Contact: Nancie B. - raggdollynmb@yahoo.com


STEPHENS, ALLAMON, ALLANON

Looking for STEPHENS family resided in Noble County in 1855 or earlier. GGG Grandfather Edward STEPHENS believed to be from Noble County. Had son Levi STEPHENS who married Maryanne ALLAMON/ALLANON? in 1853. They had 9 children all born in Noble County: William Edward (1/15/1855 - 5/9/1903), Jesse H 1870, Marian 1866, Duff 1878, Lymon L 1875, Charles T 1872 Louisa 1861, John S 1863 and Emma R 1868. William Edward moved to Jennings KS on census for 1880.

Date of query: Sat Jul 28 02:21:49 2001
Contact: Jana Fischer - 73arrow2@home.com


ST.CLAIR, STONEBURNER

ST.CLAIR I am looking for info on REASON GEORGE ST.CLAIR, born 8,2,1837, in Guernsey Co, OH Married HANNAH STONEBURNER on 12,21,1865 in Noble County and may have lived there after they were married. They moved to IL sometime after 1890, and Died in Edgar Co.IL on 4,11,1914. His father's name was John St.Clair and he was born in OH. I need to know his parent info. Any help I can get on this would be appreciated. Thanks, M. St.Clair

Date of query: Wed Jul 18 18:38:36 2001
Contact: St.Clair - stclair@comwares.net


BOWMAN, WILSON, PRYOR

Looking for JOHN BOWMAN b.1838, Noble county, Ohio any documents or old photos if possialbe.He married Sarah Ann Wilson in sept. 19th 1864(b.14 feb. 1838).Also looking for FRANK RILEY BOWMAN b.Nov. 1st. 1876 in noble county,married PHOEBE LAVARIE PRYOR, in May 19th 1906 anything at all.News papers clippings of time period or documents of buy/sell, trading,farm equipment, feed, etc.FRANKS R. BOWMAN AND PHOEBE BOWMAN had eight kids.Starting with ILA L. BOWMAN, JOHN C. BOWMAN, IRIS I. BOWMAN, LEWIS D. BOWMAN ROY S. BOWMAN(Owned and operated BOWMAN'S GULF SERVICE used to be located fifth st. and Steubenville ave.I think Guernsey county),FRANK W. BOWMAN, LEO R. BOWMAN, FLOYD R. BOWMAN, ant additional information would be greatly appreciated.

Date of query: Sun Jul 8 15:42:39 2001
Contact: CRAIG WILLIAM BOWMAN - DRAGNTATT@HOTMAIL.COM


CASNER

Contact me if you're interested in exchanging information about the following families. I'd like to fill in some data gaps and find some additional sources of information. VANDAL AND ELIZABETH (HILL) CASNER FAMILY 2 July 2001 Composite Family History Compiled by Bob Saunders, Salem, OR, saundersrj@earthlink.net VANDAL BENJAMIN CASNER b. 16 Oct. 1771; m. ELIZABETH HILL, 8 Dec. 1795; resided Randolph Co., VA, 1810 and 1820 and Guernsey Co., OH, 1830 and 1840; d. 1845; buried Casner Cemetery, Wayne Tsp., Guernsey Co., (now Noble Co.), OH. ELIZABETH HILL b. 8 Sep 1776; d. 1843; buried Casner Cemetery, Wayne Tsp., Guernsey Co., (now Noble Co.), OH. Children: JOHN CASNER b. 28 Jan. 1797; m. ANNA WILSON, 30 May 1820, Randolph Co., VA; resided Guernsey Co., OH, 1830 ; will signed 5 Sep. 1838, Guernsey Co., OH; d. 1839. Children - no information. Anna Wilson b. 1802, Randolph Co., VA; m. (2) John Finley, 10 Dec. 1839, Guernsey Co., OH; resided Guernsey Co., OH, 1850; d. 1 Nov. 1858. MARY BARBARA CASNER b. 28 June 1799, VA; m. JOHN STOUT, 8 Jan. 1816, Randolph Co., VA; resided Randolph Co., VA, 1820 and 1830, Van Buren Co., IA, 1838 and 1840 and Wapello Co., IA, 1844, 1850 and 1860; d. 20 May 1876, (tentative) Albia, IA. John Stout b. 21 Dec. 1795, Randolph Co., VA; d. 6 May 1858; buried Ottumwa Cem., Ottumwa, Wapello Co., IA. Children - Clarissa (1817-1861, m. Eber Taylor), Emily Jane (1818-1912, m. John Finley), St. Leger (1821- 1895, m. Elizabeth Betterton and Rebecca Betterton Eames), Elizabeth (1823-1862, m. William Crawford), Milton (1825-1911, m. Mary Nelson and Harriet Ann Gardner), George (1827-1859), Benjamin (1829-1903), Anna M. (1831-1852), and Abram (1838-1894). GEORGE CASNER b. 11 June 1801; m. MARGARET YEAGER, 29 June 1824, Randolph Co., VA; resided Randolph Co., VA, 1830 and Lewis Co., VA, 1840; d. 29 July 1841, VA; buried Morrison Cemetery (aka Old Hacker Cem.), near Berlin, Lewis Co., VA. Margaret Yeager d. ca. 1848, probably Guernsey Co., OH. Children: Susannah (1825-1910, m. Perry Green Waggoner), William Hill (1827-1922, m. Elizabeth Graham), Vandal Hull (1830-1898, m. Barbara L. Barnes), Elizabeth (1832-1833), Payton (1836-?, m. Clara Hayes), John Columbus (1838-?, m. Julia Van Noy) and George Washington (1841-1928, m. Jane E. Thompson). ADAM CASNER b. 13 Feb. 1805, Randolph Co., VA; m. (1) ANN RICH, 15 Dec. 1831, Guernsey Co., OH, (2) SUSAN MEEK, 1841 and (3) ELIZABETH CARSON, 1857; resided Guernsey Co., OH, 1840 and 1850 and Noble Co., OH, 1860, 1870 and 1880; d. Sep. 1895, Kennonsburg, Noble Co., OH; buried Rich Cemetery, Buffalo Tsp., Noble Co., OH. Ann Rich b. 1813, d. 1832, buried Rich Cemetery, Buffalo Tsp., Noble Co., OH. Children: Sarah A. (ca. 1832-?, m. Richard Coen). Susan Meek b. 1817, d. 1845; buried Rich Cemetery, Buffalo Tsp., Noble Co., OH. Children: Elizabeth J. (1841-1917, m. Amos D. Law) and Solomon (1844- 1868). Elizabeth Carson b. 1826, OH; resided Noble Co., OH, 1860, 1870 and 1880. Children: Margaret (ca. 1858-?, m. George H. Richey), Almeda (ca. 1862-?, m. [tentative] W. J. Horton, Vandal (b. ca. 1868-?), Mary E. (?-?) and Benjamin (?-?). WILLIAM CASNER B. 17 May 1807, VA; m. (1) ANNE RICH, 31 May 1838, Guernsey Co., OH, and (2) CATHARINE JOHNSON, 19 May 1864, Noble Co., OH; resided Guernsey Co., OH, 1840, 1850, 1860 and 1870; d. 3 March 1876, Richland Tsp., Guernsey Co., OH; buried Jackman Burial Plot, Richland Tsp., Guernsey Co., OH. Anne Rich b. 29 Nov 1819, OH; resided Guernsey Co., OH, 1850 and 1860; d. 29 Aug. 1860; buried Jackman Burial Plot, Richland Tsp., Guernsey Co., OH. Children: John (1839-1917, m. Sarah Ann Gooden), Martha Ann (1840-1904, m. John Potts), Mary (1842-?, m. William A. Thompson), Vandal (ca. 1845- ca. 1864), Adam (1846-1851), Melissa (1849-1860), Susannah (1849-1851), Samantha (1855-1905, m. Justus Eugenus Riggs), and Abraham Rich (1858- 1940, m. Mary Emerson). Catharine Johnson b. 1820; resided Guernsey Co., OH, 1870; d. 1901, buried Salem Baptist Cemetery, Senecaville, Guernsey Co., OH. Children: Alice (b. 1866-?, m. Martin Hutchison). SARA(H) CASNER b. 15 March 1811, VA; m. DANIEL BATES, 30 Nov. 1836, Guernsey Co., OH; resided Monroe Co., OH, 1850 and Guernsey Co., OH, 1860; d. 1865, OH; buried Senecaville Cemetery, Senecaville, Guernsey Co., OH. Daniel Bates b. 24 May 1811, Guernsey Co., OH; resided Guernsey Co., OH, 1840, Monroe Co., OH, 1850, Guernsey Co., OH, 1860 and Guthrie Co., IA, 1868, 1870 and 1880; d. 24 Sep. 1887, Guthrie Co., IA; buried Union Cemetery, Guthrie Co. IA. Children: John C. (1837-1847), Harriet (1840-1925, m. William Le Van), William Casner (1843-1920, m. Hannah E. Rose), David (ca. 1846-?, m. Mary E. Trent), Elizabeth (1849-1928, m. Ambrose Danford) and Barbara (ca. 1851-?, m. Simon C. Clingansmith and W. R. Jones). ELIZABETH CASNER b. 24 Sep. 1813, VA; m. HUGH MEIGHAN, 21 Feb. 1842, Guernsey Co., OH; resided Ross Co., OH, 1850 and 1860; d. 10 Apr. 1879; buried Tuvall Cemetery, near Chillicothe, Ross Co., OH. Hugh Meighan b. 31 May 1802, PA; resided Ross Co., OH, 1850; d. 24 Apr. 1860; buried Tuvall Cemetery, near Chillocothe, Ross Co., OH. Children: Sarah (ca. 1844-?), Adam (ca. 1850-?), John (ca. 1853-?), Hester Ann (1854-1872) and Peter (ca. 1856-?). SUSANNAH CASNER b. 22 Oct. 1816, VA; m. ELIJAH MILLHON, 26 May 1836, Guernsey Co., OH; resided Guernsey Co., OH, 1850 and Noble Co., OH, 1860, 1870 and 1880; d. 4 Aug. 1885; buried Seneca Lake Park, Noble Co., OH. Elijah Millhon b. ca. 1811, PA; resided Guernsey Co., OH, 1850 and Noble Co., OH, 1860, 1870 and 1880; d. 19 Sep. 1889; buried Seneca Lake Park, Noble Co., OH. Children: Adam (ca. 1837-?, m. Margaret Ann Burson and [tentative] Lucinda [Magers?], Ezra (ca. 1840-?), Elizabeth (1844-?, m. Benjamin F. Rose), Eli (ca. 1847-?, m. Rosa M. ______), Sarah E. (ca. 1850-?), Mary E. (ca. 1853-?) and Judson S. (1857-?, m. Rachel Susannah Teter). BENJAMIN CASNER b. 3 March 1819, Randolph Co., VA; m. MARGARET GRAHAM, 7 Oct. 1841, Guernsey Co., OH; resided Van Buren Co., IA, 1850, 1860, 1870 and 1880; d. 12 Apr. 1890, Van Buren Co., IA; buried Maple Hill Cemetery, Birmingham, Van Buren Co., IA. Margaret Graham b. 12 Jan. 1823, OH; resided Van Buren Co., IA, 1850, 1860, 1870 and 1880; d. 9 July 1893; buried Maple Hill Cemetery, Birmingham, Van Buren Co., IA. Children: (Rythin?) (ca. 1840-?) and Sarah (ca. 1843-?).

Date of query: Tue Jul 3 09:41:40 2001
Contact: Bob Saunders - saundersrj@earthlink.net


WALTERS,BLAIR,VANFOSSEN

Searching for any info on the following family: Johnson (Johnston\Jonathan) Walters was born circa 1826 in Pennsylvania, and was married to Mary (maiden name unknown) and was according to the 1860 Census, living in the Marion Township of Noble County, Ohio. They had the following children: 1. Thomas Walters Born: circa 1847 2. David Walters Born: circa 1849 3. Mary E. Walters Born: circa 1851 4. Susannah Walters Born: circa 1854 5. James A. Walters Born: circa 1859 6. John W. Walters Born: circa 1864 The 1880 & 1900 Census of Noble County, showed a David Walters living with his family in Jefferson Township. He was born October 9, 1848 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania and was married to Anna Vandyne, who was born March 1852 in Ohio. David came to Noble County, Ohio with his parents, Jonathan and Mary Walters, in 1855 in a covered wagon. He was reared in the Summerfield Community and lived the most of his life in Macksburg. David was a member of the Macksburg Methodist Church since his childhood, and his occupation was in the oil industry as an operater for 35 years. After he retired, he engaged in farming. He died in 1938 of a heart attack at the age of 91. His wife, Anna, died about 1928. They are buried in the Lund Cemetery. They had the following children: Arnetta Walters born in Ohio circa 1868 John R. Walters born in Ohio January 1871 and married Lucy Hammond. James Walters, who was a lifelong resident on Macksburg, died circa 1938 at the Marietta Memorial Hospital and is buried in Williamson Cemetery. They had no children of record as of this writing. Mary F. Walters born in Ohio circa 1872. She married (?) Peck. Homer Walters born in Ohio July 1874. Homer died circa 1945 in the home of his sister, Martha Walters-Kirkbride in Dexter City. He never married and is buried in the Lund Cemetery. Ford Sumpter Walters born in Ohio circa 1875 William Walters born in Ohio circa 1876 Charles Charley Walters born in Sarahsville, Noble County, Ohio in December of 1877. His occupation was an Oil Driller and Contractor. He was married to Ella Osborne. Charles died circa 1955 at the Marietta Memorial Hospital and is buried at the Lund Cemetery. He and Ella had three children known as of this writing; 1. Hazel Walters 2. Blanche Walters 3. Bryson Walters Deffa Jessie (Dessie)Walters born in Ohio October 1879. She married (?) Hupp. James Walters born in Ohio February 1881. Rosa E. Rose Walters born in Ohio April 1884. She married (?) Boone. Martha Walters born in Ohio May 1887. She married (?) Kirkbride. Howard D. Walters born in Ohio December 1890 Nicolas Walters According to the 1900 Soundex of Ohio, Jackson Walters was born in December of 1874 in Ohio. He and his family was living in Washington County, Ohio in the town of Macksburg. He was an Oil worker by trade. Although he went by the nickname of JACK, his real name was Ford (Summter) Sumner Walters. He was born December 7, 1875 in Noble County in the town of Macksburg. His wife, who was part Indian, was Rebecca Jane "Betsy" Goodwill, born in Ohio December of 1877. She was the daughter of Lafayette Goodwill and Melchie F. Gessel. Rebecca died in 1929. Ford died in 1962 at the Wayne County Hospital at Wooster. They are buried in the Creighton Ridge Church of Christ Cemetery. They had twelve children, only two of which I have obtained any extensive information on; Forest Walters was the first child born to Jackson and Rebecca Walters, who was born May 1896. Floyd Walters was born in Ohio to Jackson and Rebecca Walters on July 10, 1897, and was married to a woman by the name of Odessa born about 1901. According to the 1920 Ohio Soundex, they were living in Monroe County, Ohio. At the time they had one son, 1. Elmer Tug Walters Born: Circa 1919-1920. He married Laura (?) and had two daughters and a son. These other children were born probably after 1920. The names were given to me by my grandmother; 2. Harry Walters 3. Ruby Walters 4. Richard F. Walters Sr. 5. Wanda Walters Floyd Walters passed away Febuary 1977 in Evanston. Cook County, Illinois. As of this writing, I have no other information on his family. Virgie Walters was born in July 1899 Sylvia Walters Born: Circa 1900 Louise Walters Born: Circa 1902 Minnie GoldieWalters was born on March 15, 1902. She died in April 1983 in Oklahoma. She was married first to Ben Moore. Minnie married a second time to Emmett Templeton. Leona Walters Born: Circa 1903 Clyde Walters Born: Circa 1905 Died: Circa 1920 when he fell at about the age of 14 from a barn roof. Lucille Walters Born: Circa 1908 Gertrude Walters Born: Circa 1911 Glen Walters Born: Circa 1913 Vera Walters Born: Circa 1915 The Census records showed all of them was born in the state of Ohio. The family was living in Monroe County in 1910 and back living in Washington County in 1920. My great-grandfather, Forest Carl Walters, born May 1896. He went by the nickname Pete all of his life. He was a veteran of World War 1. He married Lola Fern Blair, born March 30, 1900 in Flag, Noble County, Ohio. She was the daughter of Willard Blair, Febuary 10, 1875-August 1945 and Laurabee VanFossen, August 1881-August 1949. They were married in Monroe County, Ohio on October 30, 1917. Forest and Lola divorced, and Forest married a second time to Alma (?). Forest Carl Walters died circa 1961 in Xenia, Greene County, Ohio.

Date of query: Mon Jul 2 09:30:53 2001
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