Looking for THOMPSON relation. 1880 Wakeman, Huron Co. OH census, June 11, 1880, E. D. 158, sheet 19, line 21, page 275 A-- John BROWN, age 38, Works in Flour mill, Irish-born. Maria age 41 John R. age 13 Joseph M. age 9 Anna THOMPSON, age 19, Niece, Irish-born parents. Wakeman, Ohio is on Vermilion River on Hwy. 20 east of Norwalk, OH. I have this couple in the 1860, 1870 censuses in Richland Co. Ohio. Maria's parents lived with John and Isabella Ro(d)gers. Joseph M. BROWN was a member of the Masonic Lodge #46 in Cleveland, Ohio, as a rule someone must invite him into the group for membership. Seems likely that they would be Presbyterians then or formerly were. He worked on the New York Central railroad in Cleveland, OH. His brother, John R. BROWN of 521 Medbury St. Detroit, MI a residence of apartments, November 1921 - Feb. 1922. Searching for info on the Flour mill near Wakeman on the Vermilion River in northern Ohio. Need Anna's parents' names.
Ken Shute Look Up Results - With the prevalence of the surname MEYERS (& variations), and without more specific information (middle initials, birth or death years, etc.), I'm afraid the references I found to a Frank or Mary MEYERS/MYERS in our Huron County, Ohio publications can be accepted as yours only with a great deal of caution. I did find one Frank MYERS and family residing in Monroeville Village in the 1870 census index which seemed promising. Details on this and other possibilities follow- 1. 1870 Census Index, Huron County, Ohio. The following MYERS family is found on census page 527 for Monroeville Village. Read first name, age, and place of birth. Frank, 47, Prussia Maria, 39, Baden Henry, 13, OH Christina, 10, OH. 2. 1880 Census Index, Huron County, Ohio. Frank MYERS, Ridgefield Twp, 218C. 3. Huron County, Ohio Marriages, by Scheuer Publications, 1992. Frank J. MYERS m. Mary TYLER 20 Feb 1860. 4. Death Index, 1867-1908, Huron County, Ohio Frank MYERS d. 09/06/1888. Vol. 1, Page 88. Frank MYERS d. 02/07/1885. Vol. 1, Page 116. Frank J. MYERS d. 12/06/1878. Vol. 1, Page 69. Mary MYERS d. 05/22/1906. Vol. 2, Page 133. 5. Death Index, 1908-1919, Huron County, Ohio. Mary MEYERS d. 07/08/1910. Mary C. MEYERS d. 07/24/1918.
I'm a novice at this research. My father passed away earlier this month and in going through some of his things I found a copy of my great grandfather's marriage certificate from Huron County Ohio. John E. WHEATON (E is for Edward); Ellen S. HASKELL (I don't know her middle name); Married on December 21, 1878. I don't know how many children they had, according to my father's birth certificate, my Grandfather, Floyd HASKELL WHEATON, was born in Huron Ohio on 3/2/1885. I believe he had a brother, Howard, that was born in Huron around 1880. Any help that will point me in the right direction will be greatly appreciated.
Ken Shute Lookup Results-- Apart from the record of the marriage of John E. Wheaton, I could find no other references to John or Floyd WHEATON in our Huron County, Ohio publications. However, I did find some references to HASKELL which might relate to your HASKELL forebears. There is, for example, a HASKELL family, including an Ellen HASKELL, which appears in our 1870 Census Index to Huron County, Ohio. Details- 1. Huron County, Ohio Marriages, by Scheuer Publications, 1992. John E. WHEATON m. Ellen S. HASKELL 24 Dec 1878. Book 3, Page 86. Hattie HASKALL m. R. M. WILLEY 28 Jul 1870. Book 2, Page 221. Anna C. HASKELL m. Robert R. MERRIAM 14 Jun 1882. Book 4, Page 2. Anna HASKILL m. J.B. BRADLEY 21 Dec 1881. Book 3, Page 377. (See also item 2, below). (If you wanted copies of these records, you could write to Probate Court, Huron County, Courthouse, 2 E. Main St., Norwalk, OH 44857.) 2. 1870 Census Index, Huron County, Ohio. The following HASKELLs appear on census page 524, Ridgefield Township. Read first name, age and place of birth. Annie, 12, OH Ellen, 15, OH George, 18, OH George, 52, Eng. Hattie, 26, Eng. Kitty, 22, Eng. Wm. Henry, 25, Eng. (From the above assumed birth years, it would appear that this family may have come from England to the U.S. sometime ca 1848-1852.) 3. 1880 Census Index, Huron County, Ohio. George HASKELL, Ridgefield Twp, 210D. John HASKELL, Ridgefield Twp, 221A. 4. Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. Woodlawn Cemetery, Norwalk, Township. Page 590. Section 8-- Along Ave G-- Row 2. 29 George HASKELL 18 Apr 1813-23 Feb 1885. Mary Ann, his wife, 19 Mar 1815- 3 Aug 1889. George E. 1851-1921. Della 1868- 1918. 30 George E. HASKELL 1851-1921 Father. Della HASKELL 1868-1918 Mother. 5. Death Index, 1867-1908, Huron County, Ohio. George HASKELL d. 02/23/1885. Vol. 1, Page 114. George HASKELL d. 01/15/1895. Vol. 2, Page 82. (Again, copies of these records can be obtained from the Probate Court, Huron County Courthouse, at the address given above.) 6. History of the Fire Lands, by W.W. Williams, 1879. Page 99. Under Roster of Soldiers (Civil War). Private William H. HASKELL is listed as assigned to Company B, 166th Ohio National Guard. 7. 1873 Atlas, Huron County, Ohio. Geo. HASKELL, Ridgefield Twp, page 9, section 2, lot 3. 8. 1891 Atlas, Huron County, Ohio. George E. HASKELL, Ridgefield Twp, page 13, section 2, lots 2 & 3. 9. Birth Index, 1867-1908, Huron County, Ohio. "Infant Male" WHEATON b. 03/23/1885. Vol. 2, Page 51. ( While no Floyd WHEATON is listed in this book, the birth date for this "Infant Male" WHEATON comes close to the birth date you gave for Floyd WHEATON (3/2/1885). No Howard WHEATON is listed either, but there is also listed another "Infant Male" WHEATON with birth date of 09/10/1879, Vol. 1, Page 166 -- possibly Howard?????).
I am trying to locate a George Henry PINNEY born 23 Jan. 1963. I'm not sure where but he died in Collins, Huron Co., OH. His parents were John PINNEY and Sarah STANDISH (that's all I have on them). He married Pauline (Polly) HUBER around 1909 in Norwalk. Her parents were John HUBER and Fredreca DonaDz RACHOGIE (they are both buried in Berlinview Cemetery. George and Sarah had two children- Georgia Nettie and Glyde PINNEY, both born in Townsond, Huron Co. I'd sure appreciate any help I can get.
Could you please find the dates of birth/death for 1) Douglas WRIGHT buried Scott Cem., Milan Twp. 2) Jabez, Jr. buried Scott Cem., Milan Twp. 3) Jabez buried Huron Village Cem., Huron Twp I believe that Jabez (3) is the father of Douglas (1) and grandfather of Jabez, Jr. (2). Also, I wonder what happened to Douglas WRIGHT's wife, Maranda?
Ken Shute Lookup Results-- Here are cemetery Inscriptions for WRIGHTs appearing in Scott Cemetery and Huron Village Cemetery. They are taken from the Erie County, Ohio Cemetery Census Before 1909, published by the Erie County Cemetery Project Volunteers, 1989. Page 292. Scott Cemetery, Milan Township. Douglass WRIGHT b.___ d. Jan. 11, 1856 36 yrs 3 m 27d, s/o Jabez & Tamar (RUGGLES) WRIGHT. Jabez WRIGHT, Jr. b. Feb. 2, 1872 d. Sept. 5, 1872. Mr. Stephen WRIGHT b. ___ d. Aug. 26, 1849 60 yrs. Suzie E. (PARRISH) WRIGHT b. ___ d. Apr. 16, 1883 24yrs. 3m. 12d. w/o W.H. WRIGHT, w/o Jewit WRIGHT. Page 131. Huron Village Cemetery, Huron Township. Elizabeth WRIGHT b. 1850 d. ___ w/o Ruggles WRIGHT. Jabez WRIGHT b. Feb. 6, 1780 d. Dec. 16, 1840. Phineas H. WRIGHT b. Sept. 20, 1848 d. Dec. 20, 1848 s/o R. & S. WRIGHT. Ruggles WRIGHT b. Dec. 13, 1824 d. Sept. 11, 1891. Co. K, 63rd Reg't., O.V.I. Civil War. Sabrina (HOUGH) WRIGHT b. Jan. 3, 1824 d. Oct.14, 1885 w/o Ruggles WRIGHT. Tamar (RUGGLES) WRIGHT b. Feb. 22, 1789 d. Aug. 26, 1849 w/o Jabez WRIGHT. I could find no reference to a Maranda WRIGHT, wife of Douglas WRIGHT, in either of the two above cemeteries. This Erie County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions book has no every-name index, although the names for each cemetery are listed alphabetically. Consequently, unless you have the name of the cemetery, or at least the township, it's necessary to search through the entire book until you happen to hit the name you're looking for. If you ever find the name of the cemetery, or township, in Erie County where Maranda is buried, let me know and I'll check it out. ( I can't help but ask if this name could be the source of our present day Miranda (W)rights that apply to newly arrested persons?) In addition to the above, there are references to Jabez WRIGHT and family in our History of the Fire Lands, Comprising Huron and Erie Counties, Ohio, by W.W. Williams, 1879. Page 471. Huron Township, Erie County. Almon RUGGLES moved his family to Huron Township in 1808. Jabez WRIGHT also came to Huron Township in 1808. That same year, Almon and Jabez began the survey of the township, laying it off in sections and lots. They completed the survey in 1810. Jabez WRIGHT was born 1780 near Copenhagen, New York. After coming to Huron Township he married Miss Tamar RUGGLES, a relative of the late Judge Almon RUGGLES. Jabez settled on the west bank of the Huron River, on land now (1879) known as WRIGHT's river farm, and owned by his son Winthrop W. WRIGHT, where Winthrop was born in December, 1813. Jabez WRIGHT was elected as Justice of the Peace for Huron Township, then later was appointed as one of the Associate Justices of the Court of Common Pleas. He was the land agent for William Winthrop of New York City who had acquired title of the whole township. In 1822, Jabez WRIGHT built the first brick house in the township. He continued to act as land agent for William H. Winthrop until his death, December 16, 1840, caused by falling from the lake bank on a dark night. Tamar (Ruggles) WRIGHT, his wife, died in 1849 at the house of her youngest son, Ruggles WRIGHT. Of the five children of Jabez and Tamar WRIGHT, three are now (1879) still living: Winthrop H., the oldest; Ruggles, the youngest; and Mrs. Abigail VANCE, youngest daughter (widow) living in Columiana County, Ohio. The oldest daughter, Lucy, married General John W.SPRAGUE. and died in Troy, New York May 1844. Douglas, the second son of Jabez and Tamar, died at the brick house residence January 11, 1856. Page 473. Under First Events in Huron Township. This mentions that the first public school in the township was taught by Calvin COE in the winter of 1810-1811, and afterward by Miss Tamar RUGGLES, later to become Mrs. Jabez WRIGHT.
I am looking for any info on my family history.. I know the following- James William BALCH and Henrietta Amelia BUSH, married 18 Mar 1868 Fitchville, Huron, Ohio. If you have any info it would be greatly appreciated
I am the corresponding secretary of the Descendants of the Mexican War Veterans and I am trying to verify information we were given on a family in Fitchville, Huron Co., OH. The father's name was Calvin LEACH and he died 1846-7 according to an old letter given to us. Calvin's son, John LEACH, died in the Mexican War 1847. The mother of John is said to have remarried a man by the name of HALL and moved to Wis. We cannot verify any of the information by census or any records we have checked here in Houston. Can you tell me, was there a newspaper for that area of Huron Co., that was in Wayne Co., OH? The letter given to us was signed by the editor of a newspaper in Wayne Co. Can you give me any suggestions as to how I might verify this information for DMWV?
Ken Shute Look Up Results - I can find no reference to the marriage of James William BALCH to Henrietta Amelia BUSH in our Huron County, Ohio Marriage book. Even more bad news, I could find no references to a James BALCH in any of our other Huron County, Ohio publications, including our Cemetery Inscriptions book, our History of the Fire Lands, History of Huron County, Ohio, 1870 Census Index, Plat book and Atlases (1845, 1873, 1891), Just Like Old Times Series, etc.
I am descended through Sophia ROOT COOK's brother David VINTON ROOT. David went to Mo from Huron Co. and married Margaret MCDONALD. They were my gg-grands. My g-grand mother was Vintie ROOT MCDONALD and she died while on a "vacation to visit her cousins" in NE Ohio in 1906. She is buried in Cleveland. I have ROOT and VINTON info. Both go back to the 1500's and England. ROOT was "ROOTE" and the original ancestor was Thomas, reported to be a Huguenot. What I don't have is the newer guys. Names I see in the messages for Huron seem to go back into the ROOT geneology;. ie Mehitable. I have pictures of David and his father Josiah. None of Phebe. I am only one year old with research so a newbie. I would like to exchange info.
Thomas ROOTE (2) (ROOT) ancestor to the Huron Co. ROOTs was born in Hartford CT abt 1644. His father Thomas (1) was from England and 7 children, including Thomas (2), were born in Hartford from 1640-1661. I believe Thomas (1) died in Northampton,Hampshire, MA 17 Jul,1694. The Huron Co connection to this family for my line is as follows- Thomas (1), Thomas (2), Deacon Thomas (3), Samuel (4), Josiah (5), Josiah (6) (buried in Huron Co. with wife Phebe VINTON), David (7) (went to MO from Huron Co.) married Margaret MCDONALD had Vintie (8), Vintie married Edgar Wingard MCDONALD (a 4th cousin) and had Edna Ida,(9) my grandmother. David (7) had the following sibs Josiah (7),Anson(7), Eber (7), Horace (7), Hiram (7) and Sophia (7) who married Wyatt COOK. The children for generation (8) have been documented by others I do have those lists. Anson had 6 all born in Huron Co. and I believe Sophie had 6, also born there. My g-grand mother Vintie died when visiting cousins in NE Ohio (but I do not know which ones) in 1906 and is buried in Cleveland. Some of the other ROOT names in the online cemetery list for Huron Co. are family names, ie Lemuel, and Mehitable. Josiah (6) had 8 sibs and Josiah (5) had 12 so I am thinking some of the others made the trip to Ohio. Are there VINTONs located there? They were also very early arrivals to New England. I would like to hear from anyone with ROOT connections. Generation (8) included at least 38 "cousins." I have dates for some of these folks.
I happened on the Huron County Ohio - Index of Cemetery Inscriptions on rootsweb.com. According to the index, there is a J. Adam SALZMAN listed on page 118 of the actual document. Can anyone provide me a lookup for J. Adam SALZMAN? I have a J. Adam who was my great grandfather. He was living in Pittsburgh, PA in the late 1800's. If this J. Adam is from the same era, I would really appreciate knowing the inscription. There is also a Lulah S. SALZMAN listed on the same page. I don't have a known connection with that name but would also like to read the inscription.
According to the index, there is a J. Adam SALZMAN listed on page 118. Can anyone provide me a lookup for J. Adam SALZMAN? I have a J. Adam who was my great Grandfather. He was living in Pittsburgh, PA in the late 1800's. If this J. Adam is from the same era, I would really appreciate knowing the inscription. There is also a Lulah S. SALZMAN listed on the same page. I don't have a known connection with that name but would also like to read the inscription.
How do I go about getting some marriage records for the EASTERLY family that lived in Greenwich Twp in the early to mid 1800's. I am looking for information on the Children of Henry M. EASTERLY & Rachel ANDREWS and Martin & Elizabeth EASTERLY's children. Does anyone happen to know Elizabeth's maiden name??
Ken Shute Look Up Results - I found some references to EASTERLY in our Huron County, Ohio publications which appear to relate to your EASTERLYs. They are- 1. Huron County, Ohio Marriages, by Scheuer Publications, 1992. Martin EASTERLY m. Mrs. Effie B. MCMILLAN 31 Dec 1854. Old book 3, page 415. Henry M. EASTERLY m. Rachel F. ANDREWS 6 Sep 1855 Book 1, Page 10. Anola E. EASTERLY m. A.H. MOREHOUSE 21 Feb 1876. Book 2, page 475. (For copies of marriage records, write the Probate Court, Huron County Courthouse, 2 East Main St., Norwalk, OH 44857.) 2. 1870 Census Index, Huron County, Ohio. Read name, age, place of birth, census page number, and township. Henry EASTERLY, 43, NY, 316, Greenwich. Rachel EASTERLY, 47, NY, 316, Greenwich. Elly EASTERLY, 10, OH, 316A, Greenwich. Emma EASTERLY, 11, OH, 316A, Greenwich. Enona EASTERLY,12, OH, Greenwich. Mary EASTERLY, 13, OH, Greenwich. 3. 1880 Census Index, Huron County, Ohio. Ella EASTERLY, Greenwich Twp, 070A. Emma EASTERLY, Greenwich Twp, 065A. M.D. EASTERLY, Greenwich, Twp, 061A. 4. Death Index, 1867-1908, Huron County, Ohio. Rachel T. EASTERLEY d. 01/03/1901. Vol. 2, Page 56. 5. History of the Fire Lands by W.W. Williams, 1879. Page 103. Roster of Soldiers, Civil War. Listed under Privates, Company C, 196th O.V.I.:"Henry M. EASTERLY, mustered out with company." 6. Military History of Huron County, Ohio (Civil War). Page 20. "H.M. EASTERLY enlisted at Sandusky, 1861, Co. C, 8th O.V.I.; veteraned; discharged Sept. 1865 at Columbus, Ohio." 7. Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. Ninevah Cemetery, Greenwich Township. Page 178. Row 22. 13 (illegible) d/o ? & R. EASTERLY d. 29 Sept. 1856 Aged 1m.
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results - Almost all the BLAKE's in the HCCI are centered in Greenfield Twp- Steuben Cemetery, Greenfield Township page 133 Section 1 - Row 3 35 BLAKE, John d. 20 Nov 1895 age 62t BLAKE, Ann his wife d. 16 Nov 1922 -88y page 134 Section 1 - Row 6 1 BLAKE, John d. 26 Feb 1858 age 63y Elizabeth w/o John BLAKE d. 18 Nov 1872 age 77y 20d 2 BLAKE, James b. 20 Nov 1829; d. 15 Nov 1882 age 52y 11m 26d 3 EARL, Robert d. 1 Feb 1907 age 74y 7m 11d Sarah BLAKE his wife d. 21 Mar 1873 age 36y 8m 2d Alice d/o Robert & Sarah EARL d. 21 Mar 1864 age 1m 6d 4 BLAKE, Frances w/o James BLAKE d. 4 Apr 1884 age 68 [?] page 136 Section 1 - Row 8 3 BLAKE, Elmon [little Elmon] s/o D. & S. BLAKE d. 13 Aug 1867 age 3y 2m _d 4 BLAKE, Mary E. d/o Edward & Sarah C. BLAKE b. 2 Jan 1861 d. 12 Nov 1887 page 149 Section 6 - Row 2 8 BLAKE, John W. 1860 - 1943 Mary E. 1868 - 1965 This is all the BLAKE's in Greenfield Township that I found.
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results - Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions by the Huron County Chapter of the OGS, 1997- St. Paul's Catholic Cemetery, Norwalk Township page 522 Section 9 - Row 5 9 DAUGHERTY, B. Searl 1883 - 1950 Rose C. 1884 - 1953 William R. 1909 - 1964 Helen L. 1918 - uncut Section 9 - Row 6 5 DAUGHERTY, Robert S. 24 Sep 1924 - 23 Feb 1994 Leona V. 20 Mar 1922 - uncut Section 10 & 11 - Row 10 12 RILEY, Bernard W. 1891 - 1983 Eleanor C. 1894 - 1971
I have a question on the 1870 census information that is available. I asked someone else for a look up on the family of David T. MAYNARD in Ripley Twp. I received the information on David T. only. Is the information in a form where the entire household is together or must you have the names of all the individuals? I have most of the info on this family, but I have a couple of loose ends. David T. married Lorinda DICKSON in 1865 and they had a child in 1868. In the 1860 census Lorinda was married to Samuel DICKSON and had a 2 month old unnamed daughter. In the estate of Lorinda, probated in 1893, it is stated she is survived by 3 daughters, Linda, Lioue(?) and Diana Maude. Diana is the daughter of David and died in the Norwalk Infirmary in 1924. What I would like to find out is the two other daughters of Lorinda. Her first husband died in 1864 so I am assuming one of the daughters was the 2/12 year old of the 1860 census and the other was born in the early 1860's.
Ken Shute Look Up Results - While I found Charles H. HOLMES and his wife Clara Jane in our Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscription book, I could find no record of their marriage in our Huron County, Ohio marriage book (1815-1900). Details- Woodlawn Cemetery, Norwalk Township. Page 626. Section 19 South-- Ave O-- Row 11. 9 Charles H, HOLMES 1877-1959 (Spanish American War) Clara Jane 1866-1949 (his wife). It's possible they might have been married after 1900, which is the cut off year for our marriage book.
Ken Shute Look Up Results - From references I found in our Huron County, Ohio publications to a David T. MAYNARD and family, I've come up with a possible scenario that might fit the information you give, provided your Samuel DICKSON is the same as a Stephen T. DICKSON I found. I may have forced some of the pieces of this jigsaw puzzle to fit, but here's the scenario- David T. MAYNARD (1808-1884) m. Elizabeth WHITING (1813-1863), date of marriage unknown, but presumably prior to 1844. They had at least two children- Alanson W. and Lois Jane. Lorinda MAYNARD PALMER (ca 1828-1893) m. Stephen T. DICKSON (ca1816-186(4)), date of marriage 25 Oct 1847. They had at least one son- Leander W.. David T. MAYNARD m. Mrs. Lorenda M. DIXON 5 Aug 1865. They had a number of children. (See 1870 Census Index for Huron County, Ohio below). References are- 1. Huron County, Ohio Marriages,1815-1900, by Scheuer Publications, 1992. Lorinda M. PALMER m. Stephen T. DICKSON 25 Oct 1847. David T. MAYNARD m. Mrs. Lorenda M. DIXON 5 Aug 1865. 2. Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. Edwards Grove Cemetery, Ripley Township. Page 817. Section 1- Row 3. 12 Leander W. DICKSON s/o S.T. & L.M. DICKSON d. 5 Mar 1858 age 9y 6m. 13 Stephen T. DICKSON d. 14 Jun 186(4) age 48y 6m. Lorinda MAYNARD DICKSON d. 2 Jun 1893 age 65y 4m 4d. GAR marker. (The question is- what's the significance of Lorinda's middle name in relation to the MAYNARD family and David T.?) Page 818. Section 1-- Row 7. 13 David T. MAYNARD 29 JY 1808; 30 Dec 1884. Elizabeth MAYNARD, his wife, 22 May 1813; 12 Jan 1863. Lois Jane MAYNARD d/o D.T. & E. MAYNARD 15 Feb 1844; 9 Oct 1859. 3. Death Index, 1867-1908, Huron County, Ohio. David T. MAYNARD d. 12/31/1884 Vol. 1, Page 117. Lorinda M. MAYNARD d. 06/02/1893. Vol. 2, Page 125. 4. 1870 Census Index, Huron County, Ohio. The following MAYNARDs are found on census page 544A, for Ripley Township. Read first name, age, and place of birth. David T. 61, NY Charles, 3, OH Diana M., 2, OH Elmer, 8, OH G.C., 49, NY Geo. F. 24, OH Leola, 8, OH Leona, 10, OH Lormela, 42, NY Mary, 60, NY Orlando, 18, OH Oscar, 10, OH Polly, 42, NH T.T., 56, NY Viola,14, OH. (Note- Perhaps Diana M. is the one who was born 1868 and died in the Norwalk Infirmary in 1924. Also, could Leona be the one who was 2 months old in 1860 census? "Lormela" could be a corrupted spelling of "Lorinda") 5. History of the Fire Lands, by W.W. Williams, 1879. Page 321. Section on Ripley Township. "David MAYNARD and wife and their sons D.F., Derauzel, Thomas, Ira and John had all arrived (in the township) before 1835-- the first having come in 1831." 6. Military History of Huron County, Ohio (Civil War). Page 16. From a biographical sketch on Alanson W. MAYNARD. Alanson was born in Ripley Township, Huron County, Ohio Aug. 21, 1834, and is the son of David T. and Elizabeth (WHITING) MAYNARD who are now deceased. Alanson died Aug. 6, 1881. Page 24. "Alanson W. MAYNARD. Enlisted at Monroeville, Aug. 30, 1862 , Co. D, 101st O.V.I.; captured at Resaca; held 9 1/2 months at Andersonville and other prisons; mustered out at Huntsville, Ala., June 19, 1865."
Can someone help me find out if B. Searl DAUGHERTY and Rose WECHTER married in Huron County? Their marriage date is 11/9/1908. B. Searl DAUGHERTY was from Crawford county. Someone has checked those records and has not found record of his marriage. I know that B. Searl and Rose died in Huron County and were in the Cemetery Inscription book. I'm assuming that they married in Huron as well.
As you properly pointed out Lorinda's first husband was Stephen DICKSON. Everything seems to fit. The three daughters of Lorinda listed in her estate were likely the Leona(10), Leola(8) and Diana(2) of the 1870 census. The first two would have been the daughters of S. DICKSON, but living with their mother and step-father, David T. MAYNARD. I believe there is a mistake in the information in the Military History citation. Alanson W. MAYNARD was my grandfather and died on his 87th birthday Aug. 21, 1921 at his home in Blooming Grove Twp., Richland Co. The Alanson that died Aug 6, 1881 was probably his infant son, Alanson Ellis MAYNARD, who was born Aug 7, 1880. Would there be a death record for a child that young?
Ken Shute Look Up Results - Sorry, I goofed. In re-reading the article on page 16 re Alanson W. MAYNARD, I find I mistook the death date (August 6, 1881) of Alanson Ellis, son of Alanson W. and Polly (ELLIS) MAYNARD, for the death date of his father. This biographical sketch on Alanson W. MAYNARD is fairly detailed on his experiences during the Civil War, as well as on his family. It is too lengthy to give here, but if you have further interest, HCC/OGS has this publication (A Military History, etc.) on sale for $7.00 to non-Ohio residents. Go to the HCC/OGS home page (www.rootsweb.com/~ohuron) and click on Huron County Books for details. I looked in our Death Index, 1867-1908, for Huron County, Ohio for a reference to Alanson Ellis MAYNARD, without success. I note they do list death dates for young infants, however. You might write the Probate Court, Huron County Courthouse, 2 E. Main St., Norwalk, Ohio 44857 to see if they can help you. They are listed for holding birth and death records from 1867-1908.
I am trying to find out information on George Henry and Pauline (HUBER) PINNEY. George was born 1-23-1863 and died 2-25-1922 in Collins, OH. His parents were John and Sarah (STANDISH) PINNEY from Collins but that's all I know about them. Pauline's parents were John and Fredreca (RACHOGIE) HUBER but I don't know anything about them or Pauline except their names. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Ken Shute Lookup Results-- I could find only one reference to a George PINNEY. The rest were references to a John PINNEY. It's clear that more than one person was known as John PINNEY. Details- Huron County, Ohio Marriages, by Scheuer Publications, 1992. John H. PINNEY m. Sarah H. STANDISH 20 Mar 1862. John H. PINNEY m. Florence Driver 24 Feb 1886. 2. Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. Woodlawn Cemetery, Norwalk Township. Page 590. Section 9-- between Ave A & Ave B-- Row 1. 61 John H. PINNEY d. 19 Aug 1864 age (intelligible) 62 John PINNEY Co. B, 166th Ohio Inf. (GAR) 3. 1870 Census Index, Huron County, Ohio. The following PINNEYs are listed on census page 574A for Townsend Township. Read first name, age, and place of birth. Geo., 7, OH Frank H., 21, OH Halibut, 68, NY Harriet, 56, NY. 4. Death Index, 1908-1919, Huron County, Ohio. Pauline M. PINNEY d. 9/23/1909. 5. History of the Fire Lands, by W.W. Williams, 1879. Page 99. Roster of Soldiers (Civil War.) Listed as "died", under Co. B, 166th Ohio National Guard: Private John PINNEY Aug. 9, 1864. 6. Military History of Huron County, Ohio (Civil War). Page 25. John PINNEY, enl. in Co. C, 55th O.V.I. at Milan in ' 61; discharged ' 64. Page 39. Townsend Township's Honored Dead- John PINNEY 166th O.N.G.; d. at Arlington Heights, VA.
Is there anyone in Huron county who does lookups in the church records and the vital statistics records that may be willing to help me with 4 generations of FACKLERs that I am descended from? I have gotten so much conflicting information off the net that I'm beginning to believe nothing. Helllp!
Mary Kane Lookup Results-- I saw your post that was forward to the Huron county list. I have the 1880 Census Index for Huron Co., OH., and these FACKLER names are listed. FACKLER, Abram Hurc 194 B; FACKLER, Adam Hune 119 B; FACKLER, Daniel Hurc 194 B; FACKLER, Ezra Hurc 199 C; FACKLER, George Hune 119 B. Hurc = Richmond Twp. Hune = New Haven Twp. In the booklet " A Military History of Huron County, Ohio (Civil War) 1989 is - FACKLER, P. O., enrolled in Erie county, Sept. 23, 1864 ; entered hospital at Nashville, Dec 18, 1864 ; discharged there June 1, 1865.
I believe I have just found my very illusive family of Peter MC MAHON. Peter MC MAHON and wife, Catharine MC ENERY disappeared from Lawrence County, Ohio in the 1890's. Children in the 1880 census of Ironton, Ohio were- Catharine, age 8, Thomas age 7, and George, age 4. In the 1910 census of Huron County I have found Catharine MC MAHON, widowed. Children- Thomas, George, Peter, Mary, and Lucy. There is a daughter, Catharine, missing but she may have been just out of the household. Sound familiar to anyone?
I found the name Mary WARNER on page 700 in the cemetery book. The Mary I am looking for b.24 June 1798 d.6 Aug. 1881. If this is my Mary WARNER could you tell what cemetery she is buried in. Her husband's name is Martin died 8 sep 1858.
Nancy Paramore Lookup Results-- I found your Mary WARNER, but it is only a burial card. Following is the information- Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions 1997 by the Huron County Chapter of the OGS. Woodlawn Cemetery, Norwalk Township page 700 WARNER, Mary, bur. 6 Aug 1881
I am interested in finding any information available on Elizabeth ROYSTER who appears in the Huron County, Cemetery Inscriptions Index on page 280. Our Elizabeth has been a real dead end for us as she only appeared in one census record that we can find, with no husband listed. My cousin and I would be grateful for any leads.
Nancy Paramore Lookup Results--Here is what I found on your Elizabeth ROYSTER- Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions 1997 by the Huron County Chapter of the OGS. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CATHOLIC CEMETERY, LYNE TOWNSHIP page 280 Old Section - Row 23 1 ROYSTER, Elizabeth, d. 3 Dec 1903 age 71y 2 ROYSTER [remainder illegible]
On the Ohio changed place name site I found a town called Ives in Huron Co. I'm trying to find the burial place of a Daniel GRANT who, according to a hand-written family history is buried at Ivin Shore. The hand-writing isn't real clear, but that's what it looks like to me. The GRANTs were in Sandusky Co. Ives is the closest place name I've been able to find for "Ivin". I know this is a stretch! Can you tell me where Ives was?
Would like to find desc. of Abraham GRAY-Anna STARR who lived at Clarksfield before 1850. They were from the Danbury, Fairfield, Ct. GRAYs, STARRs, KEELERs, PLATTs. I desc. from Samuel GRAY-Mary SCOTT (dau. of Isaac B. SCOTT- Almira SMITH).
I am looking for exact dates on Almon Ruggles PARSONS. This is what I have: Almon Ruggles PARSONS b. 1853 and d. 1936. This comes from tombstones. He is buried in Wakeman Twp. cemetery. He married Louisa TIMBS March 15, 1889. She was born March 8, 1863 in Ashton, Northampton-shire, England. Louisa died in 1935. They had one child Helen PARSONS who married William FLEW. Does anyone have any other information?
The recent SPENCER query on this list reminds me-- a young woman named Cora SPENCER from eastern West Virginia in the 1910s visited a rooming house in Chicago Junction (now Willard), Huron County, Ohio, which was run by a relative of hers. Two brothers, James Henry COX and Jesse Olin COX, were living at the rooming house. They met, and she married Jesse Olin COX. Does anyone know who the person running the rooming house might have been?
Looking for Lemuel SHERMAN, born Sept. 28, 1811 in Barre, Vt; died Sept. 24 1891 in Norwalk, Huron Co., Ohio. Father, Samuel SHERMAN, Mother, Elizabeth GOULDSBORO. Wife Polly JONES, born 1818 in Barre, Vt; died 1903. William Alonzo SHERMAN, born Oct. 8, 1936 in Norwalk; died May 22, 1898 in Norwalk; wife, Auguata L. BROUGHTON. Also, Almire SHERMAN b. abt 1830, Luther SHERMAN b. abt 1840, Ruth Ann SHERMAN b. abt 1841, Almond SHERMAN b. abt, 1842, Ambrose SHERMAN b. abt 1835, Lemuel Sherman b. abt 1843, Horace E. SHERMAN b. abt 1844, and Ida Ellen SHERMAN b. 1845.
I am looking for information on the following ancestors: Sarah E. OVERMYER, she lived in Hartland Township, Huron County in November 17, 1883. Sarah married a John OVERMYER and died on November 17, 1908.
Ken Shute Look Up Results - I could find no record of a marriage between Philip HAWXHURST and a Mary WEBSTER in our Huron County, Ohio marriage book, but I did find the following which appear to apply to Philip's marriages- 1. Huron County, Ohio Marriages, by Scheuer Publications, 1992. Phillip m. HAWSCHURST m. Julia A. DENHAM 27 Apr 1854. 2. History of the Fire Lands, by W.W. Williams, 1879. Page 336. Fitchville Township. Biographical sketch on Samson and Philip HAWXHURST. Philip HAWXHURST was born in New York State in 1829. He married 4 May 1854, as his first wife, Julia A., daughter of Martin DENHAM. They had four children. Julia died 11 Sep 1867. On 7 Jun 1870 Philip married, as his second wife, the widow of G. WEBSTER, nee Mary WEEKES, daughter of Joseph WEEKES. 3. Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. Woodlawn Cemetery, Norwalk Township. Page 585. Section 7--starting at Ave L & K-- Row 1. 12 Philip HAWXHURST 1829-1905, Co. C, 166 OVI (GAR). Anna F. 1835-1916. Page 585. Section 7-- Ave L-- Row 2. 15 Philip HAWXHURST 4 Oct 1829-20 Sep 1905. Mary, his wife, 14 Nov 1837- 13 Nov 1889. Anna F., his wife, 22 Feb 1835-8 May 1916.
Looking for a Gilbert V. DAVIS, b. about 1890, place unknown; d. unknown; m. Margaret CARLAN of Ironton, Ohio. One child that I am sure of is a daughter, Dorothy. May have also been a son, Jimmy, but I am not sure of that one. They are last known to have resided in Columbus, Ohio in 1940.
I am interested in locating the burial place & other information (children?) on Irving LINDSEY & wife, Mary (MILLIS) LINDSEY. She possibly died 1915 or 1916. I do not have a death date for him. Are there many MILLIS listings in your cemetery book? I know some of my Millis family are in Hawley Cemetery.
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results - There are 22 MILLIS listings in the HCCI. I found a burial card for a Mary, which might be yours- Woodlawn Cemetery, Norwalk Township, page 684 LINDSEY, Mary M., bur. 4 Mar 1916 As for the Hawley Cemetery, I couldn't find one by that name.
I looked up William RAYMOND in Huron's online cemetery inscriptions and found him and Lucinda on page 300. Can someone tell me the name of the cemetery where they are buried? Could you also tell me the inscriptions on their stones?
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results -The name of the cemetery is Raymond and Sparrow Cemeteries, Lyme Township The Raymond, sometimes called Heyman, Cemetery lies on the west side of County Line Road 32 about a quarter mile south of its intersection with State Route 547, just a mile or so west of Monroeville. Row 4 3 RAYMOND, [no first name given], d. 26 Nov 1841, d/o Wm. & Lucina [misspelling?] RAYMOND, aged 3m 7d 4 RAYMOND, --, s/o Wm., d. 5 Aug 1839 age 2 wks Row 5 3 RAYMOND, Sally d/o Wm. & Lucinda RAYMOND, d. 12 Sept 1842 aged 3y 1m 21d 4 RAYMOND, Keziah w/o Thad. RAYMOND, d. 12 Mar 1832 aged 59y [rest illiegible] 5 RAYMOND, Thaddeus, d. 28 Aug 1833 aged 64y 8m 12d d [War of 1812 & GAR markers with flags] Row 6 1 RAYMOND, James J., s/o -- & M.A. RAYMOND, d. 15 -- 1856, AE. 4y 3m 2 RAYMOND, Rachael, w/o James RAYMOND, d. 13 Mar 1844?, aged 34y 3m 13d
I went to the Huron page and found the archives and cemeteries. I checked out the UNDERHILL listing and found three that perhaps belong to me. Would you be so kind to check them out and let me know what it says? 1. BENJ., pg. 407; 2. DANIEL, pg. 429; and 3. J., pg.412. I'm trying to find my GGGr. Grandparents, Jacob T. and Rachel AMES UNDERHILL, who lived in Huron Co., close to Ruggles in Ashland Co. I have them up to the 1850 census, then they disappear.
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results - Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, 1997, by the Huron County Chapter of the OGS: Cholera Cemetery, page 407 Your UNDERHILL is the only listing in this cemetery. 1 UNDERHILL, Phebe, w/o Benj. UNDERHILL, d. 24 Jan 1844 age 69y East Creek Cemetery, page 412 Row 5 6 UNDERHILL - "U" [four lot corner markers] 7 POWLES, Janie E., d/o N.H. & J. UNDERHILL, w/o Caleb B. POWLES, d. 2 Apr 1870 age 23y 1m 1d; "Holy Bible; This precious book my darling bride, Thy girlhood's gift to me. The truest friend my faithful guide, Through life shall ever be. Upon its promises I'll lean, and look by faith above; until I go to dwell with thee, And Jesus whom I love." 8 UNDERHILL, Nathan G., s/o Nathan H. & Jane A. UNDERHILL, b. 13 Mar 1855; d. 9 Jun 1884
I noticed the name MILLIS mentioned. I looked in my records for a Mary MILLIS LINDSEY but do not have her but do have a lot of MILLIS family in our history. Would like to compare notes. Edgar MILLIS born Mar. 1844 in North Fairfield, Huron County, Ohio. He married Euretta MOFFIT who was born in 1846 New York, died 1921 in Monroeville. Their son, Charles H. MILLIS, married Clara THAYER 6 Mar 1864 in Norwalk, Huron County, Ohio. Next is their son Charles Arthur MILLIS born 1862 in Norwalk. He married Sarah Elizabeth FLAGG 12 Jan. 1884 in East Townsend, Huron County, Ohio. They both died in Michigan. Next, Edgar MILLIS born 1885 in Fitchville. Married Eva James. If anyone recognizes these names I'd appreciate hearing from you.
According to Firelands Pioneer, "Mrs. Irving LINDSEY is a sister of William A. MILLIS (my great grandfather). Then I found "Irving LINDSEY m Mary E. MILLIS 1 Jan 1855 Huron Co." The OH death index lists Mary E. LINDSEY d 4-7-1915, Huron co.(page 740 in your book) & Mary M. LINDSEY d 3-1-1916 (the one you sent). Am not sure which is the correct one, since "M" could stand for MILLIS, so I sent for both death certs. which have not yet arrived. What I hope to find are the parents names-probably a long shot. I see also there is a Mary LINDSEY in the cemetery book on page 589.
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results - I looked up the Mary E. on page 740, but didn't pass it on because of the dates. St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, Willard, Ricmond Township page 740 Old Section - Lot 62 4 LINDSEY 5 LINDSEY - "Mabel M., 1884 - 1921" 6 LINDSEY, Mary E., 1913 - 1915 7 LINDSEY, Wm. E., 1884 - 1916 Woodlawn Cemetery, Norwalk Township page 589 Section 8 - Ave B to Ave G - Row 1 28 LINDSEY, Mary 29 LINDSEY, John A. [names are all that are listed, no dates]
I went to the Huron page and found the archives and cemeteries. I checked out the UNDERHILL listing and found three that perhaps belong to me. Would you be so kind to check them out and let me know what it says? 1. Ben J., pg. 407 2. Daniel, pg. 429 3. J., pg.412 I'm trying to find my GGGr. grandparents Jacob T. and Rachel Ames Underhill who lived in Huron Co., close to Ruggles in Ashland Co. I have them up to the 1850 census, then they disappear.
Ken Shute Lookup Results-- I checked for your Jacob T. and Rachel AMES UNDERHILL in the rest of our Huron County, Ohio publications, but without success. However, I did find a Jacob and Rachel UNDERHILL in the LDS online IGI web site www.familysearch.org. In this reference, Rachel AMES, of Yorktown, Westchester, NY, was b. abt 1789. She m. Jacob UNDERHILL, of the same place, abt 1814. Jacob UNDERHILL was b. 1785. His parents were Samuel UNDERHILL and Martha QUINBY. Jacob and Rachel had a child named Henry, b. Yorktown, Westchester, NY. Jacob UNDERHILL's father was Samuel; his father was Jacob; his father was Abraham, etc. There's an extensive pedigree given on Jacob UNDERHILL. The above information was given in an Ancestral File (unverified against official records) submitted by- Owen J. Cook 11794 Eton Dr. Grand Terrace, CA 92313. To view this information-- 1. Go to web site www.familysearch.org. 2. Click on "Search for Ancestors." 3. Type in the name- "Rachel Ames." Set country setting for "United States." Set State setting for "All States." 4. Scroll to, and click on, item # 29 for "Rachel Ames," under "Ancestral File." This will bring up the information above.
I'm looking for John WATTS, I know there are a few even in Huron County. I know he was born in England, worked on the Toledo Interurban, was married to Anna(need maiden name) and had 3 children - Elsie(my grandmother) Eva & Bruce. I do have a copy on the 1910 miracode that shows him to be 34 - which would make him born about 1876. I'm looking for more info on that part of the family. I do know Cecil WATTS is part of the family, I just don't know where and that he's buried in New Haven Cemetary. Any help is much appreciated, if anyone out there is looking for SWIMMER in Huron County, I have quite a bit of that. I also have some pictures and obit's that HCHS might like copies of for their web site and would like to know how to get them to them.
Is there any way I can get a list of all the Maynards buried at Edwards Grove Cemetery? I walked through that cemetery a couple weeks ago but feel that I may have missed some and a few tombstones with the Maynard name were illegible. David Maynard and I are researching the same families but our line divided with the children of David Maynard (George C and David T)
Ken Shute Lookup Results-- Our Index to the Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions lists about 40-45 MAYNARDS in Edwards Grove Cemetery-- a little too lengthy to include here. However, you can view this same index for yourself. 1. Go to the HCC/OGS home page (www.rootsweb.com/~ohhuron). 2. Click on "Archives" in the table of links at the top of the opening page. 3. Click on the category of "Cemetery." This will give you the Index to the Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. 4. Click on "M-N." 5. Scroll down to the surname "MAYNARD.) Those buried in in Edwards Grove Cemetery, Ripley Township, will have a page number 817 through 834. If you find there's just a few MAYNARDs you missed in your visit to the cemetery, let me know and I'll send you the inscriptions.
Dianne Fulton Lookup Results-- GROVE STREET CEMETERY, New London Township-located on the south side of Grove Street just west from SR60 in New London. Lot owner records are kept at the New London Village Office and the New London Public Library. PURDY, A. Wallace, 1882-1959 PURDY, Bess M., 1879-1950 PURDY, Aurilla M., 1860-1927 PURDY, A. Wallace, 1856-1929
Request lookups in the"Huron County, Ohio Marriages, 1815-1900, Compiled and Published by Scheuer Publications, 1992." Looking for a listing for a marriage for Hiram WHITCOMB and Hannah BUTLER. We believe that could be Hannah WEBB BUTLER, but are not entirely sure. Hiram was born 1803 and Hannah 1802.
Ken Shute Lookup Results-- I couldn't find a record of the marriage of your Hiram WHITCOMB and Hannah BUTLER in our Marriage Book, but a cemetery inscription for their son, John M. WHITCOMB, suggests they were married before 1830. I also found a brief, but interesting, reference to this couple in our History of Huron County, Ohio, by A.J. Baughman, 1909. Details- 1. Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. Townsend Center Cemetery, Townsend Township. Page 851. Row 4-- South Side of Drive. 1 Hannah BUTLER WHITCOMB 10 Dec 1802-18 Jul 1876. 2 Hiram WHITCOMB, d. 23 Mar 1858 age 55y 2m 17 d. 3 John M. WHITCOMB, s/o H. & H. WHITCOMB, drown 21 May 1850 age 20y 2(m). 2. Death Index, 1867-1908, Huron County, Ohio. Hannah WHITCOMB d. 07/01/1876. Vol. 1, Page 57. 3. Baughman's History of Huron County, Ohio. Vol. 1, Page 418. In a biographical sketch on Roswell Derby,Sr., it mentions that he married Mary Ann WHITCOMB, daughter of Hiram and Hannah (BUTLER) WHITCOMB, on 27 Jun 1849. Mary Ann's paternal grandfather, Thomas WHITCOMB, participated in the Revolutionary War, "serving as what was known as a cowboy." Hiram WHITCOMB came to Huron County from Herkeimer County, NY about 1842 (settling in Townsend Township). Note- You might want to look in this County in NY for the marriage record of Hiram and Hannah WHITCOMB.
I would appreciate a marriage look-up for (groom) Albert Perry TUTTLE and (bride) Mary Frances SMITH, ca. 1847, Huron Co. In addition to the data, if found, I will need the source information and especially any reference to county marriage book and page numbers, as I'd like to order a copy.
Ken Shute Lookup Results-- Here is the marriage reference which appears in our Huron County, Ohio Marriages, 1815-1900, by Scheuer Publications, 1992- Albert P. TUTTLE m. Mary F. SMITH 4 Apr 1847. "Old" Book 3, page 39.
Does anyone know where Samuel d. GRAY is buried? 1st wife was Mary SCOTT. He was married 2nd to a HUSTED? Can not find him in Clarksfield Methodist with father Abraham GRAY. Maybe buried with Isaac B. SCOTT and Almira? Samuel was in KS 1863 but moved back to Huron Co
Dianne Fulton Lookup Reults-- Clarksfield Methodist Cemetery, Clarksfield Twp. Old Part 1841, Row 5 North- GRAY, Samuel D. 1823-1905 (Lot 9, Block 3); GRAY, d/o M.B. & E. GRAY d. 15 Jn 1891 age 5m. Old Part 1841, Row 6 North- GRAY, Percy (1842) w/o Ezra B. GRAY (L18, B1). Old Part 1841, Row 8 North- GRAY, Abraham d. 6 Feb 1842 age 60y1m22d; GRAY, Ann d. 20 Jy 1844 age 56y26d (consort of Abraham GRAY); GRAY, Hettie d. 28 Apr 1860 age 23y1m13d; GRAY, Mary (w/o S.S. GRAY) d. 2 Jn 1853; GRAY, S.S. d. 2 Jn 1853 age 15y9m (L24, B1). Old Part 1841, Row 3 North- SCOTT, Isaac b. 15 Mar 1807; d. 2 Sep 1899; SCOTT, Almira SMITH, wife, b. 27 Mar 1809; d. 16 Feb 1896; SCOTT, Amos G., son, b. 10 Nov 1837; d. 28 Aug 1848 (Lot 2, Block 3).
Could I get someone to please look up the cemetery inscriptions of the following? Elizabeth KORB, page 844 Henry KORB, page 283 Margaret KORB, page 283 Jacob KORB, page 843 Jacob KORB, page 840 Thank you very much. Jim M
Dianne L. Fulton Look Up Results - Immaculate Conception Catholic Cemetery, Lyme Township p. 283-Old Section, Row 32 KORB, Margaret 1846-1914 Henry 1848-1923 p. 283-Old Section, Row 33 KORB "Mother" KORB "Father" St. Sebastian Catholic Cemetery, Sherman Township p.840-Section C, Row5 KORB, Jacob, gest. 9 Sep 1861 alt 55y 5m 5t p.843-(same cemetery) Section D, Row 7 KORB, Jacob, d. 4 Mar 1898 age 56y HAY, Regina KORB w/o Benjamin HAY, d. 23 Oct 1902 age 51y 11m 23d p.844-(same cemetery) Section D, Row 10 DANIEL, Mary KORB, w/o Frank DANIEL, b. 18 Aug 1836; d. 26 Feb 1923 p.844-(same cemetery) Section D, Row 11 MISSIG, Elizabeth KORB, w/o Henry MISSIG, b. 20 Mar 1835; d. 12 Jun 1910
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results - Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, 1997, by the Huron County Chapter of the OGS: Day Cemetery, Clarksfield Township page 58 Clarksfield Day - Row 3 9 ROWLAND, Luke d. 9 Mar 1839 age 81y REV WAR WAR 1812 10 ROWLAND, Elizabeth KNICKERBOCKER w/o Luke ROWLAND d. 15 Dec 1849
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results - Sorry to say, there are just dates, no inscriptions. Grove Street Cemetery, New London Township page 422 Section 1 - Row 12 9 PURDY, A. Wallace 1882 - 1959 10 PURDY, Bess M., 1879 - 1950 11 PURDY, Aurilla M., 1860 - 1927 12 PURDY, A. Wallace, 1856 - 1929
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results - Following are the only two listings of SALZMAN in the HCCI: Fitchville Cemetery, Fitchville Township page 118 Section 4 - Lot 19 Alley [J.A. SALTZMAN, owner] 1 SALZMAN, Lulah S., 1859 - 1927 Mother 2 SALZMAN, J. Adam 1862 - 1943 Father [c.r. says d. 26 Aug 1943 age 80y]
I just learned today about another couple who died in Huron Co. (probably Clarksville)-Emeline SMITH d. 10 Oct 1863 and her husband, John M. SMITH d. 26 Sept 1840. The inscription may clear up some conflicting information for me.
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results - Butterfield Cemetery, New London Township page 403, Row 9 9 SMITH, John M., d. 1840 aged 42y Emeline, d. 1863 aged 62y [stone says Oberlin] 10 SMITH, John M., In memory of, d. 26 Sept 1840 aged 42y 3m 12d; "Go home my wife, Dry up your tears; I must lie here, Till Christ appears."
If someone out there could try looking up John S. WATTS in the marriage book, I'd really appreciate it. I can even be more specific - I'm looking for a marriage to Anna M. and the only other hints I have to about when is the 1910 Miracode and my grandmother's birthday - My grand-mother was born in 1902. My great-grandparents were 31 & 34 in 1910, supposedly my great-grandfather came over from England when he was 18, so I guess they would have had to be married some time between 1894 and 1901. I don't know how far the book goes but there may be a second marriage of John S. WATTS listed some time after 1934, which is, I believe, the year my great-grandmother died and this was to Mary.
Ken Shute Look Up Results - I checked in our Huron County, Ohio publications for your John S. WATTS and Anna M. ___. I found a marriage that looks likely, and a cemetery inscription that seems pretty definite. Details- 1. Huron County, Ohio Marriages, 1815-1900, by Scheuer Publications, 1992. John WATTS m. Anna FULMER. Book 8, Page 83. You can request a copy from the Probate Court, Huron County Courthouse, 2 E. Main St., Norwalk, OH 44857 to try to confirm whether this couple is yours. 2. Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. Maple Grove Cemetery, New Haven Township. Page 385. Section Q-- Row 11. 2 Anna May WATTS, 1879-1916. 3 John S. WATTS, 1875-1948 (IOOF) 4 Mary K. WATTS, 1871-1958. 3. Death Index, Huron County, Ohio, 1908-1919. Anna May WATTS d. 05/09/1916. You can write the Huron County Health Department, 180 Milan Ave., Norwalk, OH 44857 for a copy of the death record to try to confirm the maiden name of Anna May.
Can you look up and see if there is cemetery inscriptions for these CROW folks of mine, or tell me where I can write for them. The following is from the book with the page numbers. My CROWs were in the Norwich area, and then later some descendants went to Licking County, Utica Village area. Lucenah, 136; Robert, 136; Delphene, 136; Frank M., 385; and Loentha, 385. I don't know if the last 3 names, are mine or not- John, 137; L, 395; Mary, 409; and Mary A., 425.
I am looking for information on my great great grandparents, Samuel S. or M. THORLEY (d.4/27/1886) and his wife, Cornelia Francis MOREHOUSE THORLEY, who resided in Norwalk, Huron Co. until their deaths.
Nancy Paramore Look Up Results - Here is what I found in the Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, 1997, by the Huron County Chapter of the OGS- Steuben Cemetery, Greenfield Township, page 136 Section 1 - Row 8 41 CROW, Lucenah his wife d. 5 Apr 1882 age 61y 5m 2d CROW, Delphene buried at Warsaw, Ind. 1847-1869 CROW, Robert d. 18 Apr 1867 age 76y 9m 19d Section 1 - Row 9 [page 137] 34 CROW, John d. 20 Apr 1855 - 37y 4m 2d Maple Grove Cemetery, New Haven Township, page 385 Section Q - Row 7 1 CROW, Frank m., 1854 - 1928 Loentha, his wife, 1854 - 1910 2 CROW - Father 3 CROW - Mother New Haven Cemetery, New Haven Township, PAGE 395 Row 13 22 CROW, Harry s/o F.M. & L. CROW d. 18 Aug 1877 Day Cemetery, New London Township, page 409 Row 5 43 CROW, Lewis J., d. 6 Nov 1849 age 23y 11m 10d 44 CROW, William, d. 16 Feb 1867 age 81y 10m 5d Mary, wife of William CROW, d. 15? Aug 1850 age 60y 2m; Father & Mother [stone by Gorrell & Co., New London] Grove Street Cemetery, New London Township, page 425 Section 2 - Row 1 14 MORRIS - "C" lot marker, perhaps for CROW? 15 MORRIS, W. Irving 1856 - 1940 Mary A. CROW 1858 - 1935 16 MORRIS "Mother" 17 MORRIS "Father"
Does anyone know where Samuel d. GRAY is buried? 1st wife was Mary SCOTT. He was married 2nd to a HUSTED. Can not find him in Clarksfield Methodist with father Abraham GRAY. Maybe buried with Isaac B. SCOTT and Almira? Samuel was in KS 1863 but moved back to Huron Co.
Dianne Fulton Lookup Results-- There are some HUSTED's in the Clarksfield Methodist Cemetery. HUSTED, Ethalanda, d. Mar 3, 1866 27y3m16d HUSTED, Evelyn E., b. Feb 13, 1844, d. Apr 10, 1865 *CW HUSTED, S.W., d. Aug 15, 1852, 44y These are the only persons that do not state a specific spouse.
Nancy Paramore Lookup Results-- Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions 1997 by the Huron County Chapter of the OGS. WOODLAWN CEMETERY, NORWALK TOWNSHIP page 601 Section 11 - East side of Ave F - Row 9 9 ROHRBACHER, Carl H. 1890 - 1943 Rose E. 1888 - 1974 Wife