They went that away

Noble Co. OH

They Went that away!

Noble Countians were on the move. Here's some that we've found in different locations.

BOSOLD, Edward; 31 Oct 1849 - 08 Apr 1918; buried Calvary Cemetery, Lincoln twp, Adair Co, IA
Comment: (Born in Noble Co. Ohio, died in Jefferson twp. of pneumonia; Mrs. J. L. Rhody of Morris Minn.)
Relative: hus of: Margaret Kelly Bosold; fat of: Edward; fat of: John; fat of: Ben; fat of: Gertrude-also Mrs. J. L. Rhody
Source: Adair Co, IA WPA

FOGLE, Hiram From the book Early Settlers of Blackford the library at Hartford City,Indiana.
Hiram Fogle was born in Noble Co.Ohio Aug.28,1835,a son of Elisha Fogle and Meranda Merry Fogle.His father a native of Penn.,and his mother of Vermont.They both died on the homestead in Noble Co. which father entered from the government and on which he lived fifty-six years.They reared a family of ten children,five sons and five daughters.Hiram was reared on the old homestead receiving but limited eduacational advantages.He was married in Dec.1857,to Elizabeth Jane Wood and to them was born three children,two of whom are living-Miranda Jane and Willianna.Mrs Fogle died in March 1866,and Mr.Fogle afterward married Almira James who died in 1880.Leaving four children-Rachael Matilda,Hollis Harry,Birdie Belle,and Hiram Elmer.In Aug.1882 Mr.Fogle married Anna Condray,and to them have been born three children-Dorrel D.,Cora Belle,and an infant unnamed.In Dec.1862,Mr.Fogle enlisted in Co.G,seventy-eighth Ohio Infantry,and participated in battles at Fort Donelson,Shilloh,Corinth,Jackson,Siege Of Vicksburg,Kenesaw Mountain,Atlanta,and was with Sherman to the Sea,and was in line at the Grand Review of The Army of Washington.He was wounded at the Battle of Vicksburg,a thirty pound shell hitting him in the shoulder,and has never recovered from the effects of the shock,and now receives a pension.He is a member of The Grand Army of the Republic,Post 368.In politics he is a Republican.He is one of Blackford County's prosperous citizens,owning a good farm of 155 acres,which is well improved.

FOWLER, Tiletus Morton; 26 May 1840 - 24 Jul 1921; Buried Menlo, IA Cemetery
Comment: b. Noble co. O.; d. Menlo, Ia.; (From Menlo Journal 28 Jul 1921)
Relative: wif: Eliza Willey; chi: Mrs. Mary Copner; chi: Mrs. Orpha Poling; chi: John
Source: WPA Iowa

HILLYER, Nathaniel T; b. 1846
Comment: Caldwell, Noble co. O.; res. Harlan; (Guthrie Co. history 1907)
Relative: son of: Wm.; son of: Kate Cath Hillyer
Source: Shelby Co, IA WPA

JORDAN, Bazil(Basil); 1831 - 26 Aug 1907 ( or 26 Sept 1907); Buried Primitive Baptist Cemetery, Union (town-township?), IA
Comment: Noble co. Ohio; res. near Winterset Reporter 03 Oct 1907, p. 1
Source: Earlham, IA WPA

JORDEN, Jacob Tillman; 1851 - 23 Apr 1917
Comment: Noble co. O.; Ionia his res. Mary Rapp Greenwood cem., (New Hampton Tribune 02 May 1917)
Relative: wif: Mary Rapp
Source: Chickasaw Co, IA WPA

SMITH, Geo. W.; 1845 - 1929; buried Promise City Cemetery, Promise City, IA
Comment: Noble co. O.; (lived near Cirydon); lot 32
Relative: wif: Martha King
Source: Wayne Co, IA WPA

WAGNER, Wesley; 1847 - 26 May 1923; buried Southlawn Cemetery, Seymour, IA
Comment: Noble co. O.; lot 104; Seymour Herald 31 May 1923 (came to county 1880)
Relative: hus of: Mary E. Hambleton; chi: James F.; chi: Eva B. Barney; chi: Roy
Source: Wayne Co, IA WPA

WALTERS, Brasil Bernie; 1919-10 Jan 1998: burial Hillcrest Cemetery, AL.
Comment: WWII vet, native of OH, res. Boaz 20yrs. Grandson said b. Noble Co, res. of Noble for a while
Relative: hus of: Mildred Lucille Walters (60yrs);
dau Dixie L. Penney, Albertville;dau Nancy Vella, Indiana; son Larry Walters, Sterrett; 8 grandchildren (including Dan A Florence); 7 great grandchildren;
Source: Obit, "Gadsden Times", Gadsden, Etowah County, AL, Jan 12, 1998:

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