Ken Shute Look Up Results - I was unable to come up with anything definite on your James CRAWFORD and Clarissa HOUCK in our Huron County, Ohio publications. There was only one very brief mention of a CRAWFORD family in our History of the Fire Lands, by W.W. Williams, 1879. In the chapter on Fairfield Township, Huron County, Ohio, under the heading of "Early Settlers," the following appears- "The CRAWFORDs- John, Joseph, and James, came in (to the township) about this time (circa 1821 according to the preceding paragraph), but did not remain long." Don't know if this could relate to your CRAWFORD family or not. I found one other reference that might relate to your James Levi Crawford. It appeared in Ancestry.com in one of their Civil War links. Details- Name- James L. CRAWFORD. Residence- Jay County, Indiana. Enlisted in Company A, 12th Infantry Regiment, Indiana 30 Dec 1864. Transferred 8 June 1865 in Washington D.C. Transferred in 59th Infantry Regiment, Indiana 8 June 1865. The residence, and age (about age 35 when enlisted), could fit your James Levi CRAWFORD. If you think he might be yours, perhaps you could get more information by writing to National Archives, Washington, D.C for a copy of his military records.
Adele ? Look Up Results - My ggGrand father was born in Huron County, Ohio in 1824 and I have been looking for his parents for several years. At one time I thought he was James CRAWFORD, born 1793, youngest son of Joseph CRAWFORD and Margaret SHANKLAND. James CRAWFORD m. Lucy WALLACE and had 5 children- Almira, James, Emily, Lucy and Martha. When I received this information I did not note the person's name who sent it to me. They moved from Huron County, Ohio and finally ended up in Sauk City, Wisconsin.
Ken Shute Lookup Results-- I found some references to what you reported on the MCKELVEYs, but I'm afraid I couldn't specifically pin down the parents of Eliza MCKELVEY who married Cyrenius STARR 29 Sep 1822. I also found an index to the will of Cyrenius STARR which might be helpful. From the references, it appears there was a family consisting of William MCKELVEY, Sr., and at least two sons: William, Jr. and Matthew, who eventually settled in Greenfield Township, Huron County, Ohio. Matthew MCKELVEY married Nancy ADAMS 28 Mar 1819. William MCKELVEY, Jr. married Saloma ASHLEY 3 Dec 1817. 1. History of the Fire Lands, by W.W. Williams, 1879. Page 214. Greenfield Township. Mentions that William MCKELVEY, Jr. arrived from Trumbull County, in 1810. He married Saloma ASHLEY in December, 1817. She was the daughter of James ASHLEY of Peru Township, Huron County. They moved to Hardin County in 1835, then returned to Greenfield Township after six years. Saloma died in 1853. In the fall of 1854, William MCKELVEY, Jr. married Mrs. Electa GRANT. William, Jr. was born 21 July 1790 in Westmoreland County, PA. In 1804, William, Jr. came with his father, William MCKELVEY, Sr. to Ohio, settling in Pamyra Township, Portage County Ohio. In 1806 or 1807 the family moved to Trumbull County, Ohio. William, Sr. came to Greenfield Township in 1815 and settled on section 2, lot 26. In 1819 he moved to Plymouth Township, Richland County, Ohio where he later died. 2. Picturesque Huron County, Ohio, 1896. Page 288. Biographical sketch on Matthew MCKELVEY. Matthew was born in Westmoreland County, PA 30 Jan 1794. His father was William MCKELVEY who served in the Revolutionary War. The family moved from PA to Portage County, OH in 1804, then to Trumbull County, OH in 1806, finally to Greenfield Township, Huron County in 1815. Matthew married Nancy ADAMS 7 Mar 1818 in Greenfield Township. Soon after, they moved to the town of Portland, now the city of Sandusky. 3. History of Huron County, Ohio, by A.J. Baughman, 1909. Vol. 1, Page 223. The first person to come to Greenfield Township to settle was William MCKELVEY, Jr. who arrived from Trumbull County, Ohio in 1810. After news of Hull's surrender, he returned to Trumbull County, where his father and the rest of his family were staying, and joined the army as a volunteer for six months. In 1814 he returned to Greenfield Township, Huron County. He was elected constable at the first township election in 1816. Vol. 2, Page 382. Biograpical Sketch on Martha M. LOVELL. Describes Martha M. LOVELL as the daughter of Matthew and Nancy (ADAMS) MCKELVEY. Matthew came to Huron County with his father and older brother and settled in Greenfield Township. He died in 1853. Matthew and Nancy had 10 children. 4. Marriages of Huron County, Ohio, 1815-1900, by Scheuer Publications. Martha F. MCKELVEY m. Ethan LOVELL 29 Dec 1854. Matthew MCKELVEY m. Nancy ADAMS 28 Mar 1819. William MCKELVEY, Jr. m. Saloma ASHLEY 3 Dec 1817. Plat Book of 1845, Huron County, Ohio. Cyrenus STARR, Greenfield Twp, page 48, section 4, lot 38, 103.71 acres. Mathew MCKELVEY, Greenfield Twp, page 48, section 4, lot 36, 61 acres. Orange STARR, Greenfield Twp, page 48, section 4, lot 25, 92.6 acres. Note- The northwest corner of Cyrenus STARR's property touches the southeast corner of Mathew MCKELVEY's property. The property of Orange STARR adjoins that of Mathew MCKELVEY's to the north. You can view this plat map of 1845 on the Huron County, OH home page. I could see no other MCKELVEY's in this immediate area. Plat Book of 1845 (Cont'd). Ethan LOVELL, Greenfield Twp, page 46,section 2, lot 28, 50 acres. 5. Atlas of 1873, Huron County, Ohio. Ethan LOVELL, Greenfield Twp, page 31, section 2, lot 27 117 acres; section 2, lot 28, 50 acres. I note from the Queries page on the Huron County home page that you already have the cemetery inscription information for Cyrenius STARR and Eliza MCKELVEY, so won't send that to you. 6. Early Estates Index, Huron County, Ohio Court Records, 1812-1852. Syrenius STARR, Will, Jun 1849. Sources- Will Record "A", page 227. Probate Docket # 2; page 2. Probate Docket of 1849; page 7. Common Pleas Journal # 9; page 211. Packet (original papers which still exist). The spelling of the surname references I found was almost always as MCKELVEY. I found no spellings as MCKELVY or MCKEVLY in our Cemetery Inscriptions book, our History of the Fire Lands, or our History of Huron County, Ohio by A.J. Baughman.
Looking for any and all information on Sylvanus BURNHAM, his wife Mary and their children.. Would like to find out the father's name of Sylvanus BURNHAM and his wife Mary. This is the census information for Huron County, Ohio 1850 & 1860 concerning them- BURNHAM, Sylvanus- State- OHIO; Year 1850; County- Huron County; Federal Population Schedule Township- Hartland Township Page 404. Enumeration Date August 27, 1850; Dwelling 1032; Family 1051. BURNHAM, Sylvanus Age 56 M, Occup. Farmer, Born New York. Value of Real Estate Owned 1736. Mary Age 52 F Born New York; Benajah Age 20 M Born New York. Value of Real Estate Owned 350. Adeline Age 19 F Born New York; Charles Age 16 M Born New York; Olive Age 14 F Born New York; Mary Age 11 F Born New York; Lorinda Age 8 F Born Ohio. All children except Benajah had attended school with in the last year. State- OHIO. Year 1860; County- Huron County; Federal Population Schedule Township- Townsend Township. Page 252. Date of Enumeration June 16, 1860 Dwelling 992, Family 993 BURNHAM, Sylvanus Age 65 M W, Occ Farmer, Born New York. Real Estate Value 1500. Personal Value 600. Mary Age 62 F W Born New York; Mary Jane Age 20 F W Born New York; Lorinda Age 18 F W Born Ohio; David Age 16 M W Born New York.
Looking for any and all information on Sylvanus BURNHAM, his wife Mary and their children. Would like to find out the father's name of this Sylvanus BURNHAM and his wife Mary. This is the census information for Huron County, Ohio 1850 & 1860 concerning them- State: Ohio, Year: 1850, County: Huron, Township: Hartland, Page: 404, Enumeration Date- August 27, 1850, Dwelling: 1032, Family: 1051. BURNHAM, Sylvanus, Age: 56, M, Occup: Farmer, Born: New York, Value of Real Estate Owned: 1736. Mary, Age: 52, F, Born: New York. Benajah, Age: 20, M, Born: New York, Value of Real Estate Owned: 350. Adeline, Age: 19, F, Born: New York. Charles, Age: 16, M, Born: New York. Olive, Age: 14, F, Born: New York. Mary, Age: 11, F, Born: New York. Lorinda, Age: 8, F, Born: Ohio. All children except Benajah had attended school within the last year. State: Ohio, Year: 1860, County: Huron, Township: Townsend, Page: 252, Date of Enumeration-June 16, 1860, Dwelling: 992, Family: 993. BURNHAM, Sylvanus, Age: 65, M, W, Occ: Farmer, Born: New York, Real Estate Value: 1500, Personal Value: 600. Mary, Age: 62, F, W, Born: New York. Mary Jane, Age: 20, F, W, Born: New York. Lorinda, Age: 18, F, W, Born: Ohio. David, Age: 16, M, W, Born: New York.
I am looking for a burial or any cemetery information concerning the following: Sylvanus BURNHAM, d. after 1860, and his wife Mary, she died after 1860 also. In 1860 they were still alive according to the 1860 census and still had children living at home. They were in their 60's at that time.
MGMills Lookup Results-- One possibility for the parents of James Levi CRAWFORD are my ancestors, Elijah & Rebecca CRAWFORD. They resided in Huron Co., Ohio from sometime after 1823 to after 18 Sept 1850 when they were listed on the 1850 Huron Co., Ohio census. I know that they must have had more children then are listed on the 1850 census and my ancestor, Elijah and Rebecca CRAWFORD moved to Williams Co., Ohio by the time of the 1860 census and both died there in 1869. Elijah CRAWFORD was b. abt 1780 in Northumberland Co., PA. Rebecca was also born there abt 1790. She may have been his second wife.
Jeanne(Reed) Gaylord Lookup Results-- Here's all I find in the 1880 census- Census Place- Norwalk, Huron, Ohio. Source- FHL Film 1255035 National Archives Film T9-1035 Page 318C. Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace D. C. KING Self M M W 36 OH Occ- Deputy Sheriff Fa -- Mo -- Mary KING Wife F M W 36 OH Occ- Keeping House Fa -- Mo -- There are other David KINGs in the 1880 census and one other D.C. KING in OH, but this is the only one in Huron Co.
I looking for any information on Asahel Hatfield WILCOX. Asahel married Emily ADAMS 1840. They had 4 children, Mary, Alice, Eugene and Erma we think. Also there was some kind of guardian ship on Asahel.
I'm looking for a William WATSON on the plat map in Ripley, It's my understanding he might be in Sec. 117- lot 69, possibly in 1845. Trying to find out more about my ggg-grandfather any kind of help would be grateful.
Ken Shute Lookup Results-- The index to our copy of the Plat Book of 1845 does indeed show a William Watson owning property in Ripley Twp, Section 1, Lot 17 on page 69. However, there may have been an error in transcribing the name of the owner of this property, as it appeared originally on the map, to the Index. Our map shows a "Wm. WESTON," not a "Wm. WATSON," owning property in this location. Since the 1845 Plat book map appears as a link on the Huron County home page (www.rootsweb.com/~ohhuron), you can view this for yourself. Go to the link 1845 Plat Book Map Images , then click on the link for Ripley Twp, Sect. 1, page 69. Finally, go to the bottom row of lots for this section and count four squares from the left, then three squares up. Thos will bring you to lot 17 with the name of Wm. WESTON (not WATSON). I checked all of our other Huron County, Ohio publications for any reference to "William WATSON" without success.
I am looking form any information on Asahel Hatfield WILCOX. Asahel married Emily ADAMS in 1840. They had 4 children, Mary, Alice, Eugene and Erma, we think. Also, there was some kind of guardianship on Asahel.
Ken Shute Look Up Results - The following references, taken from our Huron County, Ohio publications, relate to David C. KING and his wife, Henrietta (BUELL) KING, in Huron County. 1. Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. Woodlawn Cemetery, Norwalk Township, Page 582. Section 5 - Ave A - Row 12. 1. David C. KING (no dates); Henrietta, w/o D.C. KING d. 13 Jan 1895. 2. (J.) C. KING, Co. B, 2nd OH Cav (GAR marker). (Note- believe 2. above should be D.C. KING. See item 5. below.) 2. Death Index, Huron County, Ohio, 1867-1908. David C. KING d. 9/20/1896 Vol. 2, Page 110. Henrietta KING d 1/13/1895 Vol. 2, Page 109. 3. 1870 Census Index, Huron County, Ohio. David C. KING, age 25, b. OH, Census Page 536, Monroeville Village. Henrietta KING, age 35, b. OH, Census Page 536, Monroeville Village. 4. 1880 Census (Previously reported to you by others) D.C. KING, Norwalk City, Ward 4, Census page 318C. 5. Military History of Huron County, Ohio (Civil War), 1989. Page 2. Biographical Sketch on D.C. KING. Mentions he enrolled as a member of Company B, 2nd Ohio Volunteer Cavalry (OVC), at Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 10, 1861. He re-enlisted at Mossy Creek, Jan. 1, 1864 "to see the war through." In 1864, his regiment was transferred to the 9th Corps, 1st Brigade, 3rd Division of Sheridan's Army. He mustered out with his regiment at Benton Baracks, Missouri, Sept. 12, 1865, after serving four years and one month. He is a son of Amos T. and Sara (ROOD) KING, and he married Henrietta BUELL. He is a member of M.F. Wooster (Post) No. 34, GAR, and is a sheriff of Huron County, with residence at Norwalk. (The rest of this sketch deals mainly with the campaigns and engagements of his regiment). Page 22. "D.C. KING enl at Cleveland, Aug. 10, 1861, Co. B., 2nd OVC; veteraned at Mossy Creek, Tenn., Jan 1, 1864; discharged at Benton Barracks, Missouri, Sept. 12, 1865."
Ken Shute Look Up Results - Here are some references I found in our Huron County, Ohio publications to your Asahel and Emily (ADAMS) WILCOX. 1. Huron County Kinolgist, Vol. 7, No. 3, Fall 1992. Page 234. Huron County Early Guardianship Index, compiled by H. & M. Timman. Asabel H. WILCOX, May 1820. Lucy WILCOX, Feb. 1819. These were the only WILCOX names in the publication. 2. Huron County, Ohio Marriages, 1815-1900, by Scheur Publications. Emily ADAMS m. Asahel H. WILSON 28 Mar 1832. Also, for what it's worth: Emily ADAMS m. Luther KINNEY 2 Dec 1830. 3. Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. Peru Center (School House) Cemetery, Peru Township. Page 718. Row 8. 15 Emily A. WILCOX, wife of Asahel H. WILCOX, 1814-1897. 16 Franklin E. WILCOX, b. 4 Dec. 1843, d. 18 Oct. 1907. Dorcas A. PERRY, his wife, b. 15 Oct 1848, d. 1 July 1931. 19 Perry E. WILCOX, son of F.E. and _____d. 5 Aug 188(2)? age (1)y ? 5m 1(5)d. 4. Death Index, Huron County, Ohio, 1867-1908. Emily WILCOX d. 01/29/1897. Vol. 2, Page 218. 5. History of the Fire Lands, by W.W. Williams, 1879. Page 204. Chapter on Peru Township. Refers to Henry ADAMS, born Windham County, Vermont, 16 Oct 1790. He married Annis BARR, born ROE, Franklin County, Massachusetts, 5 Feb 1788. She died Peru (township) 5 Dec 1859. Henry and Annis had nine children, four of whom are now living (as of 1879): Emily, married Asahel WILCOX, who died of cholera in 1849. Since that time Emily has lived with her father. The other three children were Caroline, Jane, and Melissa. 6. 1870 Census, Huron County, Ohio. The following WILCOXes appear on Census Page 491, Peru Township. Read first name and place of birth: Emily, MA. Alice, OH. Eugene, OH. Mary, OH. The following ADAMSes also appear on the same Census Page 491, Peru Township. Read first name and place of birth: Henry, VT. E.F., NY Ellen, OH F.K., NY. Jane, OH. Melicca (presumably, Melissa), OH. 7. 1880 Census, Huron County, Ohio. Emily WILCOX, Peru Twp, Page 180D. Mary WILCOX, Peru Twp, Page 180D. E.F. WILCOX, Peru Twp, Page 180D. 8. Early Estate Index, Huron County, Ohio Court Records, 1812-1852. Asahel H. WILCOX, Estate, Sep., 1849. Sources: Probate Docket #2; page 6. Probate Docket of 1849; page 25. Common Pleas Journal # 9; page 24. Packet (of original papers which still exist).
On the 16th of Mar 1819 in Huron Co., OH Mary Ann DAGGETT was born to parents Orlean DAGGETT and ? On the 4th of Nov 1821 Orlean DAGGETT was married to Elizabeth REEMON in Wood Co., OH. Mary Ann DAGGETT was raised by Orlean DAGGETT and Elizabeth RIMA and there were never any other children. When Mary Ann DAGGETT died, she was Mary Ann LOOMIS and was living in Kansas. Her body was shipped back to Ohio, county unknown to be buried. Now for the mystery: was Elizabeth RIMA the same as Elizabeth REEMON? Does anyone know of a marriage of an Orlean DAGGETT to ? before 1819? Was Orlean married three times, 1) to the mother of Mary Ann, 2) to Elizabeth REEMON, 3) to Elizabeth RIMA? Could the reason Mary Ann DAGGETT LOOMIS' body was shipped back to Ohio be so she could be buried by her mother? Is anyone on this list researching Huron, or Wood County, Ohio surnames of DAGGETT, REEMON or RIMA and have the answer to these questions?
Can someone who has access to the cemetery records do a lookup for me? RAWSON- Amy, 143; Austin, 421; Charles H., 443 [son of James MANNING and Nancy]; J.M., 421; JAMES G., 443 [son of James MANNING and Nancy]; NANCY, 421 [Nancy (AUSTIN) (PEABODY) RAWSON wife of James M.]; SAMUEL R., 443 [son of James MANNING and Nancy]; and unknown, 421. I am also searching for any RAWSON descendants.
Dianne L. Fulton Look Up Results - Here you go. Hope these help in your research. p. 143) Steuben Cemetery, Greenfield Twp. SNYDER, Amy RAWSON 1867-1943; SNYDER, Alfred L. 1868-1938. p. 421) Grove Street Cemetery, New London Twp. RAWSON, d. 25 Apr 1885 (left); RAWSON, J.M. 1812-1896 (top); Nancy, his wife, 1812-1905; RAWSON, Austin, d. 7 Apr 1879 (right). p.443) Grove Street Cemetery, New London Twp. RAWSON, James G. 1844-1914; Charles H., 1840-1921, Co. H, 59 Reg. N.Y. RAWSON, Samuel R., 1 Sep 1849-10 Feb 1913; RAWSON (GAR marker).
Ken Shute Look Up Results - The only reference to Sylvanus BURNHAM I could find in our Huron County, Ohio publications was in our Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, namely- East Bronson-Olena Cemetery, Bronson Township. Page 7. Tier3. 15 Sylvenus BURNHAM d. 12 Oct 1860 aged 65y 7m. 16 Henry BURNHAM s/o S. & M. BURNHAM d. 18 Jun 1858 aged 85y 15d.
I am trying to find out more about Mary and Carl HOLMER, who are buried in cemetery 796. Can you tell me where I can find this burial plot? If I knew where this plot was located, I would go there to check it out. Please send me any info you think of.
Looking for marriage between Mary SMITH and Robert STARLIN/STERLIN/STARLING, occurred in 1856 in Huron County (New Haven?). They were married by a J. Carter, Justice of the Peace. Any record of this? If not, any idea where to look?
I was wondering if there were a lot or a few SAXTON's buried in Huron County. I copied the ones from the Lorain County Site. Someone sent me the Tryphena, Henry, Emma and Josie SAXTON cemetery listing from Huron County,but I wondered if there were other SAXTON's buried there.. I am having a hard time finding Henry's family. He was killed by the cars of a train and has a short listing in the probate records and less in the newspapers in 6 Nov 1879.I don't know when Henry or his family came to your area but I thought I would check cemetery listings against census records and see if I could find a thread to follow. They were married, according to a newspaper obit Nov, 1871 it may have been Oct, 29,1872. They lived in the New London area.
Ken Shute Look Up Results-- In checking our Huron County, Ohio books, I have the feeling that Henry SAXTON may have come to Huron County sometime 1870-1872. Our Huron County marriage book shows he married Tryphena MERRILL in 1872, but that's the last we see of him except for a record of a death certificate in 1879. He's not in our 1870 Census of Huron County, which would be expected if he is the same as the Henry SAXTON listed in the 1870 Census of Lorain County, OH. And he's not in our 1880 Census of Huron County, which would be expected if he died in 1879 as you state. His name does not appear in any of our Huron County books earlier than 1872 when he married Tryphena. While I find Tryphena's name in our Cemetery Inscription book, I can find no cemetery (burial) listing for Henry SAXTON. Here is what I found, some of which I suspect you already have. 1. Huron County, Ohio Marriages, 1815-1900, by Scheuer Publications. Henry SAXTON m. Tryphena MERRILL 29 Oct 1872. Book 2, Page 322. Emma SAXON m. Orlo J. KING 30 May 1894. Book 6, Page 272. (I mention this Emma SAXON in the event she is the same as the Emma Jean SAXTON whose cemetery inscription appears in item 3 below.) 2. Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. SAXTON'S listed in Index. Read first name and page where name appears. Catharine 457; D.L. 780.; Daisy E. 429; Doris L. 780.; Emma Jean 433; Frances I. 559, 694; George H. 659; H. 433; Mr, & Mrs Henry 433; Josie p. 433; L.E. 780; Louis E. 780; Margaret 458; Marjorie Ann 780; T.M. 433; Tim, Jr. 458; Tim 458; Tryphena M. 433. (You can also view the Cemetery Inscription Index on the Huron County Chapter/OGS home page (www.rootsweb.com/~ohhuron). 3. Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. Grove Street Cemetery, New London Township. Page 433. Section L- Row 22. 20 Josie P. SAXTON, d/o Mr. & Mrs Henry SAXTON, d. 13 Dec 1885 age 11y 22d; "She has long been gone but not forgotten." 21 Emma Jean SAXTON, d/o H. & T.M. Saxton 1875-1930. 22 Tryphena M. SAXTON 1852-1936, "In Memoriam; Mother." Clarksfield Methodist Cemetery. Page 45. 2nd Add.1889-- Row 1. 4 John T. KING 1834-1901 GAR ( Co F 3rd Reg OVC). Ella A. KING wife, 1847-1917. Orlo J. KING 1873-1917 (L105). 4. Death Index, Huron County, Ohio, 1867-1908. Henry SAXTON d. 11/06/1879. Vol. 1, Page 78. Josephine SAXTON d. 12/13/1885. Vol. 1, Page 119. 5. Index to Census of 1870 for Lorain County, Ohio. The following SAXTONs were listed for La Grange Twp, census page 0558- Dorinda, Henry, Hugh, Russell. I assume Henry here might be your Henry SAXTON, and that some or all of the others are related. The online IGI web site (www.familysearch.com) shows Hugh SAXTON (possibly a brother of Henry's??) of La Gange, Lorain, OH married Ella HASTINGS about 1868.
I am requesting your help with the "Huron County Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions" book. I am looking for the following names: John E. HATCHER, Rilla Pearl (MCFADDEN) HATCHER and Chriest PASTAR. Could you please provide me with the following: birth and death dates listed on the tombstones, name of cemetery where each is buried (and city/town), religious (church) affiliation of cemetery (if any),and John's full middle name if listed on tombstone.
I am looking for anyone that would have access to a book titled, "Pioneer Women of the Western Reserve". I need copies of the Hartland Township section especially pages 645-646. According to note in some handwritten family history transcribed out of a family bible long lost, there is an article on Sarah (WELLS) ODELL and her daughter, Olive (ODELL) DOLBEE. This would be a great additional and support for my family tree.
I have an Emma (Amy) PAULE, b. 1842, who married an ODELL in Ohio. Have been looking for their relatives. Emma's parents immigrated to Sandusky, Ohio in 1838 from Baden, Germany. Their name was PAULI, later changed to PAULE. Anton (Anthony) PAULI died in Sandusky, Ohio in 1865 and Viktoria (Viktoria) GLUCK died in Fremont, Huron Co. in 1871. Emma is listed as living in Sandusky Co. Ohio at the time of Viktoria's death in 1871. She is listed as Emma O'DELL. Emma's sister, Mary Elizabeth PAULI OPPENHEIMER, is listed as living in Norwalk, Huron Co, Ohio Her brother John PAULI is listed as living in Huron Co. Ohio. There were several other PAULI (PAULE) relatives in the area as well. I have a picture of Emma's grandchildren I am trying to contact to return the picture. I am also of the PAULI (PAULE) line through Anton and his first wife Maria Theresia FAISST who died in Germany leaving 13 children. He remarried and they all immigrated to Sandusky, Ohio along with my great great grandfather and his brothers (MUTZ). So I think that any PAULI (PAULE) and MUTZ people there are mine. My Gr Great Grandfather did move to Michigan later. Anyway, I am trying to find Emma O'DELL's (Amy?) husband's name and her family to share info and pictures. I have the PAULI (PAULE) line back to the 1600's. Emma was born March 15, 1842 in Kappel am Rhine, Baden, Germany.
Patti O'Dell Look Up Results - There are several ODELLs in Ohio. I have quite a list of the ODELLs I have run across but the Name PAULE doesn't match. Do you know any more details? A majority of my ODELLs lived in Huron County, Ohio before moving to Michigan (various parts). They were originally from New York (Dutchess, Washington, and Warren Counties). The reason for moving to Ohio was the Erie Canal work. The reason for moving to Michigan was the availability of land for farming and raising families.
If in the 1850's you had a MOSIER-MOSER line in Bellevue,(or any other spelling of this name) I may be able to help you. The spelling of the name was changed from MOSER to MOSIER when the family arrived in NY in 1851. My G'Grand parents came from Switzerland in 1851 and went to Bellevue Ohio (see the 1860 Bellevue, Ohio census Nicholas MOSIER). They had 8 children. Nicholas, Jr., the oldest, was my Grandfather. The children Nicholas, John, Elizabeth, and Charles were born in Switzerland. Marie, William, James and Edward were born in Bellevue, Ohio.
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results - Below you will find everything there is listed in the Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, 1997, about John E., Rilla Pearl, and Chriest PASTAR. New Greenwood Cemetery, New Haven Township [The new part of Greenwood Cemetery is located in Section 3, Township 1, Range 23, at the north edge of Willard on the east side of SR99.]. Row 8 - Section B-4, Rear, page 340. 2 HATCHER, John E., 1886 - 1969; Rilla P., 1888 - 1967. Row 2 - Rear Portion Section A, [same cemetery as above], page 330. 4 PASTAR, Chriest, 37th Div Battery B 136th FA BN WWII, 1918 - 1979 "Son". As an added bonus, I will include the only other HATCHER listed in the HCCI. Grove Street Cemetery, New London Township, page 447. Section 6 - Row 14. 11 HATCHER, Catherine 1892 - 1968.
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results - In actuality, we are looking at North Fairfield. North Fairfield Cemetery, New - Fairfield Township, page 83. Row 4 [a few extras thrown in]. 9 McPHERSON; 10 McPHERSON, Jean SCHWATKA, 1942 - 1972; 11 McPHERSON, Glenn James 1890 - 1944; 12 VROMAN, Maude McPHERSON, 1887 - 1967.
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results - Here is the info you requested. St. Joseph Cemetery, Ridgefield Township, page 796 [St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery (New) is located in Section 1, Twp. 4, Range 23, on Milan Street (River Road), one-quarter mile northeast of Monroeville.]. Section E - Row 1. 17 HOLMER, Carl 1841 - 1919; Mary, his wife, 1839 - 1927.
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results - Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, 1997, by the Huron County Chapter of the OGS. Wakeman Village Cemetery, Wakeman Township, pages 878 and 879, East Section - Row 9. 9 LUCE [GAR marker]; 10 LUCE, Phebe 1812 - 1893 "Mother'; 11 LUCE, Lewis 1810 - 1897 "Father"; 12 SMITH, Row 1886 - 1935; 13 BLISS, Lavina LUCE 1853 - 1931; 14 LUCE, Caroline M. 1848 - 1901; 15 LEWIS, Matura w/o Thomas LEWIS d. 13 Apr 1843 age 48y. These were all listed together and thought you might be able to fit them in. The LEWIS sounds so much like LUCE, I was wondering of the possibility of a name change?
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results -Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, 1997, by the Huron County Chapter of the OGS. East Bronson - Olena Cemetery, Bronson Township, page 7 Tier 3. 15 BURNHAM, Sylenus, d. 12 Oct 1860 aged 65y 7m; 16 BURNHAM, Henry, s/o S. & M. BURNHAM, d. 18 Jun 1858 aged 85y 15d.
Does any one have an index to Woodlawn Cemetery? If so, could you look up the dates on an Agnes ROOD BURT? I know she is buried there, just forgot to make a copy with her dates and stuff. She was m. to Franklin BURT, would like his too if he is there.
Ken Shute Look Up Results - From what I found on Agnes B. ROOD, there is a suggestion that she might have married an E.N. EDGERTON as a second marriage after her marriage to Franklin BURT. Franklin BURT appears to have died in Maui, Hawaii in 1921 at age 68. Details- 1. Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. Woodlawn Cemetery, Norwalk Township, Page 567. Section 3--Row 14-- West of Rider-Rose. 7 Agnes B. ROOD EDGERTON w/o E.N. EDGERTON 1863-1937. Page 673. Woodlawn Cemetery Burial Cards. Agnes ROOD EDGERTON bur. 10 Jun 1937. I could find no records in this Cemetery Book for either Franklin BURT or E.N. EDGERTON. 2. Huron County, Ohio Marriages, 1815-1900, by Scheuer Publications. Franklin BURT m. Agnes B. ROOD 26 Oct 1887. Book 5, Page 69. 3. Ancestry.com Agnes ROOD m. Franklin BURT (b. 5 Mar 1853 in Ontario, Canada) 26 Oct 1887. Children- Uarda BURT. Also, from DAR article- Mrs. Agnes ROOD BURT b. Port Chester, NY, wife of Franklin BURT. 4. Google search engine turned up following site- hml.org/mmhc/mdindex/burt.html. In it, under "Mamiya Medical Heritage Center," appears an article on Franklin BURT. Among other highlights, he was born in Paris, Ontario, Canada on March 5, 1854; was a medical doctor, receiving his M.D. in 1889; moved to Norwalk, Ohio as a young man, living there for a number of years; moved to Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii in June, 1905 from southern California to take over the practice of another doctor; was joined in Maui by his wife and daughter in March, 1906; continued to practice medicine in various capacities and at various locations in Hawaii until his retirement in October 1919; and died at Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii on December 9, 1921. 5. So far, I have found nothing further on E.N. EDGERTON.
I am still looking for info on John HEATER. I have found him in the 1880 census along with his brothers, Nicholas HEATER and Chris HETHER. I cannot seem to locate him in the 1870 census but did find Chris. I am searching for any records that might lead me to information on John's first wife, Mary WARREN. They had three children Jacob, b 1867; Mary Elizabeth (my grandmother), b 1869; and John, b 1870. I have info on a Mary HUTER who died on Sept 27, 1872 during childbirth, which I believe is Mary WARREN as John remarried on Oct 13, 1874 at St Joseph's Church in Monroeville. I have found a Mary WARREN in the 1850 census that could be the same Mary that died in 1872 based on the age at her death. Are there any church records that I could search for additional information since I can't seem to locate any more civil records and can't find any info in the 1870 census?
Ken Shute Look Up Results - I was unable to come up with anything definite on Mary WARREN, but I did find a number of references to a John HEATER, some or all of which you may already have. There appears to be a John HEATER and family in Bellevue, Lyme Twp, Huron County, OH. Also, another John HEATER and family is in Thompson Twp, Seneca County, OH. The western part of Bellevue is in Sandusky County. The northeast corner of Thompson Township, Seneca County, OH is close to Bellevue also. I leave it to you to sort out the Heat(ers) from the chaff. Details- 1. Huron County, Ohio Marriages, 1815-1900, by Scheuer Publications. John HUTHER m. Mary WARNT 4 Feb 1867. John HEATER m. Catherine GULLON 13 Oct 1874. 2. Death Index, 1867-1908, Huron County, OH. Mary HEETER d. 09/27/1872. Vol. 1, Page 32. (Maybe a copy of her death certificate could furnish you further leads). 3. Atlas of 1873, Huron County, Ohio. J. HEATER, Bellevue Village (East Part) Page 56. Lots 1-6, 254-259. J. HETER, Bellevue Village (West Part), Lot 69. C. HETER, Bellevue Village (West Part), Lot 36. (Bellevue Village is located in the far northwest corner of Lyme Twp, in turn located in the far northwest corner of Huron County.) 4. History of the Fire Lands, by W.W. Williams, 1879. Page 84. Roster of Soldiers (Civil War). John HEATER, veteran volunteer, is listed under "Privates" for Company C, 24th O.V.I. 5. 1870 Census Index for Huron County, Ohio. The closest I could come to HEATER was "HEIDER." The following HEIDERS were listed for Bellevue Village, Census Page 344. Read first name, age, and place of birth- Adam, 12, OH; Frank, 14, OH; John, 13, OH; John, 36, Bad(en); Maggie, 37, Bad(en); and Maggie, 1/12, OH. 6. 1870 Census Index, Seneca County, Ohio. The following HEETERs were listed for Thompson Twp, Census Page 295, Household # 192. Read first name- Levi, Head of Household; Lovina; Isabel; Benjy; John; Mary; Grant; Abitha; and Avisa. 7. Original Land Entries of Seneca County, Ohio, by Brill, Sackett and Holscher, page 126, Thompson Twp. John HEATER, e. 1/2 n.e., 1/4 section 16, Nov. 14, 1850. John HEATER, e., 1/2 s.w., 1/4 section 16, Dec. 9, 1852. A John HETER is also shown owning property in this same Thompson Twp, Seneca County, Ohio.
Looking for Cemetery Inscription book information about BORDONARO, Joseph, 527; Carmela, 527; and Saveria, 522. Also looking for Saveria BORDONARO's husband, August Frank BORDONARO. Don't know when he died. Would think he would be next to/near Saveria. He was born approx. 1860-61. MINARDI, Grazia Amato, 506; Joseph, 506; Cosima, 514; Saveria, 514; Agnes Link, 519; Anthony T., 519; Amelia A., 520; Ann M., 520; Jacob, 520; Josephine M., 520; Nicolina, 520; Rosalia Carollo, 520; E. Florence, 525; Joseph P., 525; and Joseph, 534. PUSATERI, Anthony, 515; Ernest, 515; Louise E., 515; Mathew, 515; Vincenza, 515; Betty J., 528; and James E., 528.
Dianne Fulton Look Up Results -ST. Paul's Catholic Cemetery, Norwalk Twp., located on Fair Rd in the city of Norwalk, between West Main Street and Norwood Ave. P.506, Section 2, Row 12. MINARDI, Grazia AMATO w/o Joseph MINARDI d. 10 Jun 1901 age 27y. P.514, Section 5, Row 6. MINARDI, Saveria 1874-1926; AMATO, Cosima MINARDI 1866-1949; AMATO, Agostino 1866-1917; AMATO, Joseph J. 1895-1964; FRITZUS, Elvira AMATO 1909-1995. P.515, Section 5, Row 9 & 10. PUSATERI, Ernest 1907-1939; PUSATERI, Vincenza 1875-1946 Mother; Mathew 1860-1945 Father; PUSATERI, Louise E. 1907-1957; Anthony 1900-1994. P.519, Section 7 & 8, Row 3. MINARDI, Anthony T. (no dates); Agnes LINK (no dates) (cr-d. 1967) cr=cemetery record. P.520, Section 7 & 8, Row 5. PUGLISI, Dominic 1896-1941; PUGLISI, Nicolina MINARDI 1901-1984; MINARDI, Ann M. 26 Jul 1911-22 Mar 1987; MINARDI, Josephine M. 28 Mar 1906-11 Nov 1986; MINARDI, Amelia A. 1 Jan 1909-2 May 1986; MINARDI, Jacob 1865-1930; MINARDI, Rosalia CAROLLO 1875-1946; PUGLISI, Mildred L. 13 Dec 1923-7 May 1991 LCDR US Navy Korea-Vietnam. P.522, Section 9, Row 7. BORDONARO, Saveria 1863-1953 Mother. P.525, Section 10 & 11, Row 4. MINARDI, Joseph P. 1899-1977; E. Florence 1897-1968. P.527, Section 10&11, Row 9. BORDONARO, Joseph 24 Apr 1894-22 Nov 1969 Pvt 6 Inf TNG BN WWI; Carmela 1900-1985. P.528, Section 10 & 11, Row 9. PUSATERI, James E. 12 Sep 1928-6 Dec 1987; Betty J. 9 Mar 1930-uncut. P.534, List of burials without tombstones-1988. MINARDI, Joseph d. 4 Jun 1905 age 41y.