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Seneca County, OH

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APPLE, KIPPEN, SCHMIDT posted by Steve Molnar on Tuesday, September 5, 2000
APPLE: Am researching the Apple family who lived in Fostoria in the late 1800's. Most specifically, Fred Henry Apple was born July 4, 1888 to Charles Apple and Elizabeth Kippen. Fred married Martha Schmidt most likely in Indianapolis, IN. Any help on this family will be greatly appreciated.

BARTHOLOMEW, FRY, PAINE, RIEGEL posted by Pat Bartholomew sweitzer on Saturday, September 9, 2000
I'm looking for an obituary for Florence Paine Bartholomew, b. abt. 1867, d.abt. 4/1939. In 2/1885 she married Edward Bartholomew. After his death, 8/5/1891, she may have married a Mr. Riegel(Reigel, Reigle, Riegel) or a Mr. Fry. She lived in Green Springs, Seneca and I believe she is buried a couple of blocks from her home which was, I am told, one block off of Main street.

KNAPPENBERGER posted by Sue Knappenberger Appleton on Sunday, September 17, 2000
The KNAPPENBERGER family is conducting a nationwide search for family members, past and present. We are interested in learning more about two John KNAPPENBERGERs who are listed in Seneca County 1860 census... one in Fostoria City and one in Tiffin City. Any help with any Knappenbergers in Seneca County will be greatly appreciated. Contact at jsappleton@prodigy.net . Glad to share information, too.

CLOUSER, EMAHISER, PHILBRICK, PRICE, REINBOLT, STILES posted by Owen Stiles on Tuesday, September 19, 2000
Am seeking ancestry information on James Warren Clouser. His spouse was Elizabeth Hoffman; children - Carl Clouser, Corrinne Clouser and Gladys Clouser who married Andrew Reinbolt.

SCHOCK, WARE, WEHR posted by vn on Saturday, October 7, 2000
I seek more information about this family, especially any information on Lucy Ann Wehr who I am guessing is the daughter of Philip Wehr (Ware) 1790-1867. George Schock George Schock, son of John and Elizabeth Schock, was born in Washington township, Union county, Pennsylvania, December 17, 1819. He remained under the paternal roof until 1840, when he removed with his parents to Thompson township, Seneca county, Ohio, where he worked first for his father at one hundred and fifteen dollars a year. He learned the carpenter and joiner trade, at which he worked for about three years On the 20th day of September 1945, he married Lucy Ann Wehr, a native of Lehigh county, Pennsylvania. They reared a family of nine children, namely: Benjamin F., born January 10, 1847. John, born September 25, 1849. Joel, born October 29, 1851. Polly, born October 28, 1853. Eli, born May 14, 1856. Sarah, born June 10, 1858. Hetty A., born March 7, 1861 Lydia A., born July 2, 1863; and Emma A., born November 13, 1867. Mr. Schock has been mostly engaged in farming, although he has devoted a considerable portion of his time to the manufacture of sorghum, and to the raising of poultry. In 1871 he removed to Michigan and purchased his present fine farm of one hundred and sixty acres in Lockport township, which he keeps in an excellent state of cultivation in addition to attending his other business. He is at present, treasurer of Grange No. 178, and also treasurer of Pomona Grange, No. 4, of St. Joseph county. In politics he is a Republican, thought he has recently affiliated with the Greenback party. In religion, he is a member of the German Reformed Church. For a late settler in his township no man enjoys more the confidence and esteem of the people than does he of whom we write. A view of his residence and buildings can be seen elsewhere in this work. From: History of St. Joseph County Michigan 1827-1877. Description of its scenery, palatial residences, public buildings and important manufacturers. Philadelphia L.H. Everts & Co. 716 Filbert Street, 1877.

BROWN, OLDS posted by Nancy Leech on Friday, October 13, 2000
OLDS, Madison Thurston, b. 1811, married Elizabeth Brown in 1844. Looking for information on their children. Listed in 1850 seneca County census with children Gilbert, Hubert, Abigail and Frederick A. I think they had several more children. Possibly Emma Elizabeth born 1859, Francis A. born 1850 and Thomas Olds.

BARNHART, BOB, BOBB, BOBE posted by MaryLynne Farrell on Sunday, October 15, 2000
Who were the parents of Elizabeth and Harriet Bob/Bobe/Bobb? These two were sisters both married in 1842 to brothers. Elizabeth married William Barnhart and Harriet married Michael Barnhart. In the 1850 census Harriet states Pennsylvania as place of birth. Who were the parents?

SANDS posted by Marianne Cook on Sunday, October 22, 2000
An old obituary found in family papers. Date and Publication missing but I believe this must be from Battle Creek, Calhoun Country, my parents hometown. This gentleman delivered my father in 1907. The picture is of an older man, moustache and bierd, long fair hair, wearing a suit and a bow-tie. DR T.E. SANDS Was born in Shippenport, Penn., living there during childhood. Moved to Napolean, Ohio, and attended the public school of that city, then the Fostoria College, Fostoria, Ohio. He studied law for two years in the office of Judge Meekison of Fostoria, and was admitted to practice in the State of Ohio. He came to Battle Creek and entered the Sanitarium as a student. Graduated from Medical Department University of Michigan, 1886, and then took Post Graduate course. Started in Medical College at Columbus, Ohio, in 1887. He has practiced general medicine in Battle Creek ever since with marked success.

RIEGEL posted by Pat Bartholomew sweitzer on Monday, October 23, 2000
RIEGEL,William F./Union Church/Adams Twnshp I need to know where I can find records of the Union Church, Adams Township, Seneca County for May/June of 1902.I have the obituary for Wm. F. Riegel, but I would like more details from the church records and, if possible, the inscription from the gravesite. He is buried in the adjacent cemetery.

HEILMAN, HILEMAN posted by Gaile Hileman on Monday, October 30, 2000
Could you kindly check to see if you have Hileman family histories for Senecca. Thank you. Gaile

HUTH, RING posted by Deb Kopas on Thursday, November 2, 2000
I am looking form information on the Huth branch of my family. All I know is that my great-great-grandfather was John (Henry?) Huth of Tiffen, Ohio. He married an Elizabeth. He had a son John Henry Huth who ended up in Minnesota and married Philomena Ring. Other children included Edward, Samuel, Charles and Elita. Philomena died early and John then married Martha Spielman.

ALLMAN, DUFFEY, SANKEY, YUNDT posted by Genel L. Duffey on Friday, November 10, 2000
DUFFEY, ALLMAN, SANKEY, YUNDT. Hello. I'm looking for info on Duffey, John Edward ca 1871-1956, mar. Amelia Grace ALLMAN ca 1896, dau Nina D, ca 1898 (a teacher); mar. Hannah C. (German) ca 1873-1932, dau. Evelyn or Eva B. ca 1914; mar 3rd to Ada M. YUNDT ca 1888-1970, had grocery on S. Washington St ca 1924-1956 DUFFEY & SANKEY. Sister: DUFFEY, Ida M. ca 1866-1937. a seamstress. These are GG's. Anyone have any info?

KING, MYERS posted by Judy Simons-Baer on Wednesday, November 15, 2000
Looking for information on Sarah Jane KING and Henry B MYERS. Sarah was born in Seneca Co. Apr 22, 1831. They were married in Seneca Co. Apr 24, 1849. Henry had a brother named Samuel. Some of their children were born in Crawford Co. Migrated to Iowa by 1859.

BRETZ posted by Kathy (Rice) Hoeppner on Saturday, November 18, 2000
I am looking for Philip Bretz & wife Elizabeth burried in White Chapel Cemetery. I am not sure where this cemetery is. Can anyone help me? Thanks, Kathy

KNIGHT, POWELL, REED posted by Donna Walters on Sunday, November 19, 2000
Seeking information on the descendents of Thomas C & Mary (Polly) (POWELL) KNIGHT. Their children were: Amos, Laura, William Henry; MaryAnn Elizabeth Sherman LeRoy, John Phillip, Marion (Naaman); and Thomas Elsworth. I am a descendent of Laura KNIGHT who married William REED of Pickaway County, Ohio. Will be happy to share any and all information that I have.

KNIGHT, POWELL, REED posted by Donna Walters on Sunday, November 19, 2000
Seeking information on the descendents of Thomas C & Mary (Polly) (POWELL) KNIGHT. Their children were: Amos, Laura, William Henry; MaryAnn Elizabeth Sherman LeRoy, John Phillip, Marion (Naaman); and Thomas Elsworth. I am a descendent of Laura KNIGHT who married William REED of Pickaway County, Ohio. Will be happy to share any and all information that I have.

VANCE posted by Judy Price on Friday, November 24, 2000
Looking for information on Rillie VAnce who lived at 620 Lyn St,Fostoria, Ohio in early 1900s. May be related to Prices of Paulding Co, Ohio.

COVELL, NAUGLE posted by Lisa Huffman on Monday, November 27, 2000
I am trying to find information on Joshua Covell who was living in Seneca Co. in 1857. I am trying to determine if he was the son of Nehemiah Covell from Frederick Co., MD. This Joshua married Catherine Naugle in Seneca Co. in 1857.

ALTON, FOWLER, MERCHANT, WINSCH posted by George Winch on Monday, November 27, 2000
I am still searching for families of William W. Winsch who moved to Seneca Co., Ohio in 1870's from Lehigh Co., PA.1st: Married Aravesta Weiss in PA Children: Amanada Caroline, Warren E. Winsch m. Laura M. Kidd, William H. Married Kate Engler all above in PA. 2nd Marriage Joan A. Merchant, Children Victor LeRoy m.Ellen Fowler, Franklin Sylvester,Daisy J.,Louis Alton, Nellie P, Lulu M all above born in Seneca , Co. I believe George WinchM.

RIDER, SPECK, WINCH, WINSCH posted by George Winch on Monday, November 27, 2000
Need Information on Family of Francis Friedrich Winsch Moved to Seneca Co., with brother Wm W winsch in late 1880' s married Mariett Rider in ohio?, children Cora B. Winsch m. Ira Speck, Webster D. Winsch m. Carrie W, Rella D. Winsch any information appreciated . I have other Winsch Family available to exchange Thanks George Winch

HEIBECK posted by Virginia Benson on Tuesday, November 28, 2000
Searching for birth, death and burial information on the GEORGE HEIBECK family, including daughter MARGARET ROSANA HEIBECK (born 1879?) and son WILLIAM HEIBECK (died 1882?). GEORGE HEIBECK also supposedly died in 1882. The family moved to Seneca County from Pennsylvania sometime after 1875. Any information would be appreciated


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