64. Charles Morgan Foulks
(7) was born on Jul 26 1798 in Beaver
County, Pennsylvania. He died on Apr 27 1872 in Calcutta, Ohio. He was buried
in Longs Run Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Calcutta, Ohio. Census:1850 CENSUS;FHL
film 020217;Ohio, Columbiana Co.,St Clair Twp.;page 432, dwelling 216;Age 52,
farmer, real estate value $6500. Wife: Sydnei age 51; Children: Margaret age
24, Daniel age 21, farmer; James age 15, farmer; Elizabeth age 13; Albert age
Census:1860 CENSUS;FHL film 0803948;Ohio, Columbiana Co.,St. Clair Twp.; Age 62, farmer, Real estate value $4800, personal property $675. Wife; Sydney age 61 years. Children: Margaret age 30; Daniel age 27, farm laborer; James age 24, farm laborer; Elizabeth age 21, domestic; Albert age 17, farm laborer.
Census:1870 CENSUS;FHL film 552683;Ohio, Columbiana Co., St. Clair Twp.; Age 71, farmer, real estate value $12,175, personal property $1600. Wife: Sydney age 71; Children; Margaret age 42, at home; Daniel age 40, works on farm.
Death: New Lisbon Journal Vol.6,No.5, Mon 6 May 1872. (C) Morgan Foulks age 76 yrs. Died at his Res. in Calcutta on Sat. Apr.27.
Burial: Longs Run Presbyterian Church, Calcutta, OH.
Birth: Born 1799 per chart by Minabelle Foulks.
Relationship: Charles Morgan Foulks, descendent of Charles Morgan, surveyor for George Washington,was probably named after him ( his grandfather.)
Marriage: data from IGI April 1988. Married Sidney Herbert, dau. of Daniel Herbert, 17 June 1819. Columbiana Co., Ohio Marriages, 1800-1870.
Military: Charles Morgan Foulks served during the War of 1812 as a Private in Capt.William Blackburn's Company.Ref. p.136 Roster of Ohio Soldiers in War Of 1812.
Education: Greersburg Academy 1802-1902, Darlington, Darlington Twp.,,,Beaver Co.,Pa. An old register for the years 1816,1817, & 1818 lists the following students;... Morgan Fulks...
Occupation: He was a great student and served as the only school teacher in the township. In addition, to teaching school, he became a Justice of the Peace and in the early days was looked upon as the "legal advisor" for folks of the district lying North of the Ohio River. He built a one kiln pottery on the banks of Long's Run, near Calcutta, Ohio. There he maufactured a line of yellow ware which was hauled overland to Beaver Creek near Fredericktown, and then floated in boats down the creek to the Ohio River thence to different markets. He later became County Commissioner and it was then that St. Clair Twp. first began its activity for improved roads. C.M. Foulks was County Commissioner in 1859, 1860 and 1861. Ref: Combined Atlas of 1870 and 1902, History of Columbiana Co., Ohio.
Residence: Charles Morgan Foulks retained the original homestead of his father, William (the founder of Foulkstown which was renamed Calcutta.) The log house of Charles M.Foulks was a 2 story, ten room house with a long porch the entire length of the log house located on Sprucevale Road.
Ref: IGI April 1988, Batch M513991, Sheet 1307.
Marriage: Columbiana County, Ohio Marriages, 1800-1870. m. 17 June 1819 by Clement Vallandingham.
Death: Notice in "The Ohio Patirot", New Lisbon, Ohio, Friday May 10, 1872, p.2 under Obituaries. "Died - At his residence in Calcutta, Ohio on the 28 Apr., Mr. Morgan Foulk, aged 76 years."
Probate: Columbiana County , Ohio Will Book 4,p.180, #7334.(W)30 Nov 1869.Wife; Sidney. Sons: Charles S., Daniel H., James M. and Albert G. Daughters: Margaret A., and Elizabeth Jane Carman. Sister-in-law: Hannah Herbert. Executor: Daniel H. Foulks. Witness: John Thompson and Charles M Green.
65. Sidney Herbert was born on May 12 1799
in Pennsylvania. She was 51 years old, 5 or 6 children in Census on Sep 8 1850
in St. Clair Township, Columbiana County, Ohio. She died on Jan 22 1879 in Calcutta,
Ohio. She was buried in Longs Run Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Calcutta, Ohio.
Census: 1860 Census; FHL film 0803948;Ohio, Columbiana Co., St. Clair Twp.
Census: 1850 Census; FHL film 020217;Ohio, Columbiana Co., Middletown Twp.;page 432, dwelling 216. "Sydnei", age 50.
Burial: Long's Run Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Calcutta, Ohio.
Ref: IGI April 1988, Batch M513991, Sheet 1307. Lidda Herbert.
Marriage: Columbiana County, Ohio Marriages, 1800-1870. m.17 June 1819 by Clement Vallandigham.
Name: Spelling "Sidney" from Charles Morgan Foulks will. Columbiana County Probate records #7334, Book 4, p. 180.
32 i. Charles S. Foulks.
ii. Margaret Foulks was born about 1826 in Ohio. She was born about 1826 in Ohio. She died on Mar 23 1893 in Calcutta, Ohio. She was buried in Longs Run Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Calcutta, Ohio. Census: 1860 Census; FHL film 0803948;Ohio, Columbiana Co., St. Clair Twp.;Age 30.
Census: 1850 Census; FHL film 020217;Ohio, Columbiana Co., Middletown Twp.;Age 24.
Census: 1870 Census, FHL film 0552683; Ohio, Columbiana Co., ST. Clair Twp.; age 42.
Occupation: Margaret never married. She lived her entire life on her father's farm with her unmarried brother, Daniel H. Foulks.
Ref: Columbiana Co. Court records Case #13281, Book 11,P.161. Margaret's will written 23 Mar 1893 & probated 28 Apr. 1893. She signed her will with her mark.
iii. Daniel H. Foulks(7) was born on Jun 4 1829 in Calcutta, Ohio. He died on Mar 29 1895 in Calcutta, Ohio. He was buried in Longs Run Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Calcutta, Ohio. Census: 1850 Census; FHL film 020217; Ohio, Columbiana Co., Middleton Twp.;Age 21, farmer.
Census: 1860 Census; FHL film 0803948; Ohio, Columbiana Co., St. Clair Twp. Age 27.
Census: 1870 Census; FHL film 0552683; Ohio, Columbiana Co., St. Clair Twp. Age 40. Works on farm.
Census: 1880 Agricultural Census; FHL film 1602380; Ohio, Columbiana Co., St. Clair Twp.; total value $6700. "Foulk, Daniel H."
B&D: Columbiana County, Ohio, Cemetery Records, Col. Co. Chapter, Ohio Genealogical Society, Volume 13, 1986, page 1109.
Occupation: Daniel H. Foulks was a physician and also served as Justice of Peace in Columbiana Cty, Ohio.
Death: Committed suicide by hanging self in barn per Minabelle Summy Foulks. "The Buckeye State" newspaper, Lisbon, Ohio Thursday Morning, April 4, 1895; Headline, "Suicide"...Squire Daniel M.(H) Foulk, one of the old and best known residents of St. Clair Township, Committed suicide on Friday Morning last at his home near Calcutta, by shooting and afterward hanging himself...
Probate: Will Book 11,p.281 & p.339,#13990. (W)15 Mar 1895,(P)3 Apr 1895. Value of Estate; $3086.67. Executors of estate; Edwin S. Foulks & J.N. Mahaffie. Next of kin mentioned in will: Charles S. Foulks, brother of Sheldon, Ind., Mrs. Jane Carman, sister of Independence, Pa., Edwin S. Foulks nephew of Calcutta, Ohio, George P. Foulks, nephew of Calcutta, Ohio, Maggie Foulks, niece of Calcutta, Ohio, Mattie Foulks, niece of Calcutta, Ohio, Laura M. White, niece of Calcutta, Ohio.
Occupation: D.H. Foulks, of Calcutta, has been appointed a Notary Public. Ref: East Liverpool Gazette, May 11, 1872. Vol. 1,No.23.
Ref: Salem Ohio Library Micro Film 929.3 Co. Columbiana Co.,Ohio County Home Infirmary Record 1856 - 1885, P.120 Nov. 1872. An order was granted D.H. Foulks for $19.23 in addition to a promise of $50.00 for returning James S.(M) Foulks, an inmate of Infirmary from Tompkins County.
iv. James Morgan Foulks was born about 1835 in Ohio. Census: 1860 Census; FHL film 0803948;Ohio, Columbiana Co., St. Clair Twp.;age 24, farm laborer.
Census: 1850 Census; FHL film 020217;Ohio, Columbiana Co., Middleton Twp;age 15, farmer.
Military; Per Minabelle Summy Foulks, served in Civil War, Twelfth Ohio Volunteer Cavalary, Company I and was discharged by order June 23, 1864. The war affected his mind. He was committed to private asylum by his father. From which he escaped, and was never heard from again.
Probate: Columbiana County Probate Records Case No. 6225, Vol. 3, p.227 Foulk Insane James M., Charles M. Foulks, GRDN. (guardian)
Probate: Columbiana County Probate Records case # 7371, Doc 4, p.199. Insanity of James M. Foulks Warrant to Convey to County Infirmiary 8 Apr 1870. James ran away from the County Infirmary shortly after admittance and was returned by Daniel H. Foulks December 1873. Ref: Microfilm 929.3 Co. in Salem Library, Salem, Ohio. Sometime after his return to the Infirmary, James ran away one more time never to be heard from again. (Within the family, some said that he ran away to California.)
v. Elizabeth Jane Foulks(7) was born about 1837 in Ohio. She resided in 1895 in Independence, Pennsylvania. (7) Census: 1860 Census; FHL film 0803948;Ohio, Columbiana Co., St. Clair Twp.;age 21, domestic.
Census:1850 Census; FHL film 020217;Ohio, Columbiana Co., Middleton Twp;page 432, dwelling 216;age 13.
Marriage: (Elizabeth) Jane Foulks married a man whose surname was Carman. Per Foulks Family Records by Minabelle Summy Foulks.
Residence: Ref: Daniel H. Foulks will to Probate address given as Independance, Pa.
vi. Albert Gallatin Foulks(7) was born on Jan 6 1843 in St. Clair Township, Columbiana County, Ohio. He died on Jan 16 1881 in Calcutta, Ohio. He was buried in Longs Run Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Calcutta, Ohio. Census: 1860 Census; FHL film 0803948;Ohio, Columbiana Co., St. Clair Twp.;age 17, farm laborer.
Census: 1870 Census; taken 1 June 1870. FHL film 0552683;Ohio, Columbiana Co., St. Clair Twp., Dwelling 78, Family 78. Age 27, works on farm, personal property $550. Wife, Amy J. age 21. Children, Edward (Edwin) S. age 2, infant age 3 months born in Feb. (I believe that Albert and family were living on his father's farm at this time because Charles M. Foulks dwelling was # 77. Also Albert had no real estate value listed only personal property was listed.)
Census: 1880 Census; FHL film 1255002;Ohio, Columbiana Co., Calcutta St. Clair, age 37, retail grocer.
Birth; 1841 per chart by Minabelle Foulks.
Burial: Longs Run Presbyterian Church, Calcutta, OH.
Military: Served during the Civil War in the First Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry Company I. Entered service Sep. 10, 1861. Mustered out with company Sep. 14, 1864. Ohio Civil War Records. This Regiment saw its first battle at Pittsburg Landing at Shiloh, Tenn. April 7, 1862 and fought last at Chattahoochee River, Georgia just North of Atlanta, July 6, 1864.
Occupation: He practiced law and also engaged in the mercantile business.
Death: Notice in East Liverpool Potter's Gazette [a weekly newspaper] January 27,1881;"It is with profound regret that we learn of the death of our friend, A.G.Foulks, of St Clair Township. At present writing we know not the cause of his death, except that it was sudden and unlooked for. Mr. Foulks was an influential and popular man in St. Clair Township, as is attested by the fact that he was elected a Justice of the Peace under adverse circumstances--the township being, politically, in the majority against him. He had many warm personal friends in his place, who will drop a silent tear when they think upon his good qualities, and a sorrowful tear when they realize that he was his own worst enemy."
Death: Notice in The Buckeye State Newspaper, New Lisbon, Ohio, Thursday morning, January 20, 1881, p.5. "Intelliegence was received here Monday of the sudden death of A. J.(G.) Foulks, Esq. of St Clair Township. Deceased was a resident of Calcutta, where he has been engaged in the merchantile business for the past years. He had served several successive terms as justice of the peace, and held the commission of postmaster at the time of his death. He had many warm friends and was highly appreciated as a clever, trustworthy citizen."
Death; Notice in the New Lisbon Journal, Wed. Jan. 24, 1881."A.H.(G) Foulks, ESq. of Calcutta, died on Tuesday, of Asthma."
Probate: A.G. Foulks died intestate.(All his children were minors.) Columbiana County Probate Court case 9650, Robert Irwin, Administrator, October 13, 1881, recorded Book 8 - 549. Order of Appraisal, case #9650, January 25, 1882, Recorded Probate Record of Land Sales, Book 8,p.551. Columbiana County Probate Court case # 9611, Exceptions to Inventory, March 3, 1881 recorded Book 25, p.302. First partial Account May 22, 1882. Final Account and Final Distribution, Robert Irwin, Administrator, August 4, 1884. Case #9650, January 20,1882; Appraisers' Return,"The within described Real Estate we do, on our oaths aforesaid, after having viewed the same, appraise at ($45.00) fourty five dollars; per acre free from dower...$2250.00; Two lots Nos. 1 & 2 in Calcutta at one thousand dollars,(the above two lots are set off to Amy J. Foulks, widow and minor children of A.G. Foulks), are as Homestead and appraise the real value in money $400.00. Subject to Homestead, but free from the dower of said Amy J. Foulks. (So, the estate of A.G. Foulks had to sell the property to pay the mortgages/debts of A.G. and Amy Jane Foulks, she and the minor children were given property under the Homestead act.)