Belmont County, Ohio

Posted Queries for January 1999



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CROSSON, JENKINS, SAMPSON posted by Barbara Shaw Bittel on Monday, January 4, 1999

I am looking for Crosson, Sampson and Jenkins in Belmont County 1800's, from Pennsylvania. Anyone with these surnames anywhere would exchange information.

CAVENDER, CLINE, GAULT, JONES, MARTIN, MORGAN, POWELL, ROBINSON, WINLAND posted by Cathy Robinson Wilmot on Wednesday, January 6, 1999

Asa ROBINSON and wife, (Mary) Jane MORGAN resided in Belmont Co. ca 1830s. Their son George M (Sarah MARTIN) was born 1836 Belmont. Other children were: James W (Eliza WINLAND, Diana POWELL, Mary CLINE GAULT); Mary J; Sabrah; John H; Nancy E and Rachel. Asa was son of James & Mary (CAVENDER) ROBINSON of Virginia. This family first migrated into Guernsey Co. 1820s. Other children were: Sabrah (Thomas JONES); Elizabeth (James JONES); James (Rebecca COLE); John; Thomas Rightson (Catherine POWELL, Patience Lavinia MARTIN, Elizabeth McELROY); William; Mary (Henry BARNES); Robert; Richard who died young; Nancy Jane (James POWELL); Harriett (Frederick ROACH) and Maria (James JOSEPH). All settled into Guernsey, Belmont, Noble, Monroe and Washington Cos.,Ohio and Wirt, Pleasants and Wood Cos.,WV All email replies acknowledged

PHILLIPS posted by Kim Phillips Randolph on Thursday, January 7, 1999

Looking for any information on James PHILLIPS who is found living in Smith Twp., Belmont Co., OH in 1850 and 1851.

BAKER, GLASS, ROUSE posted by Beverly Carter on Friday, January 8, 1999

Researching Wm ROUSE who came to Belmont Co from MD abt 1809. Married to Elizabeth BAKER. Their dtr, Sarah, m Mathias GLASS(E). Family history states Wm assisted in building the 1st church in "the wilderness" of Belmont Co. Would be glad to share info. Thanks.

MARTIN posted by Elaine Schaffran on Friday, January 8, 1999

Seeking info on Alex MARTIN b. 1856 d. 1943 married to Rachel unknown.

DILLON, GREEN, HENRY, JACOBS, LEMLEY, MARTIN, PLANK, SHEPARD posted by Elaine Schaffran on Tuesday, January 12, 1999

James MARTIN (approx.1770's-June1822) spouse Martha HENRY (approx.1770's- 11 Feb. 1832) Uriah Martin (18 June 1774) spouse Margaret*** Joseph Martin (20 July 1776 - after 1870) spouse Christina PLANK Mary Martin (20 Oct 1778) spouse ***Rankin John Martin ( 15 Nov. 1780) spouse Mary*** Michael Martin (15 Nov. 1782) spouse Pamela GREEN Anna Martin (27 March 1784) spouse John SHEPARD Rebecca Martin (28 March 1787) spouse Joseph JACOBS James Martin (22 June 1789) spouse Elizabeth DILLON Samuel Martin (22 Oct. 1791) spouse Catherine LEMLEY James and Martha lived in Hampshire Co., Va until the early 1800's when they moved with their children to Belmont Co., Ohio

BUCK, GILLESPIE posted by David Gillespie Buck on Wednesday, January 13, 1999

I am looking for both a Thomas and Robert B. GILLESPIE that were in Belmont County around or during the Civil War. Robert B. was an Ohio Volunteer. Any information about their families in that area would be appreciated. Robert B later moved to Sistersville, WV and had a son Frank Johnson GILLESPIE. Frank is my grandfather and Robert B is my great grandfather. My name is David GILLESPIE BUCK

BLOOMER, HENDERSHOT, RAINES posted by Jon A. Tooley on Thursday, January 14, 1999

Query on Ermina Clare HENDERSHOT DOB=Dec. 06, 1868 probably in Belmont Co. Ohio but possibly in Monroe County,Ohio DOD=May 06, 1945 in Southwest City Mo. Married=William McDonald BLOOMER [1858-1916] on unknown date, but probably in Mo. Remarried= Samuel Hasten RAINES abt 1940 in Mo. I am searching for the actual birth county of Ermina and her parental lineage which I believe to be New Jersey for both of her parents.

BEVIS posted by Susan Peters Zmrzel on Friday, January 15, 1999

Please contact me if you are researching BEVIS in Belmont Co., OH. BEVIS--1820 U.S. Census, Belmont Co. OH. FHL #181,392, Roll 86, Vol 1. Joseph BEVIS 2m under 10, 1m 10-16, 1m 45 up; 2f under 10,1f 10-16,1f 26-45; 1 agri.

DEVINNEY, MCCLAIN, REDDINGTON, STRATTON posted by Rebecca McIntyre on Monday, January 18, 1999

Ida MCCLAIN (daughter of Thomas McClain and Eliza Ann DEVINNEY) m. Thomas REDDINGTON in 1880 in Tuscarawas Co. They had 11 children with all but the first born in Belmont Co. Anna was born in 1883 and married John STRATTON in 1906. Looking for any information on these familes. Thanks much, Becky

BOWSER posted by Pat Brunkow on Tuesday, January 19, 1999

William BOWSER married to Georgeanna HOUSTON. Son was Clarence Day Bowser. They lived in Bellaire, in Belmont County. William was born in 1859, I believe in Hagerstown, MD. Clarence Bowser was my Grandfather.

JONES, PRICE, WOOD posted by June Dodd on Thursday, January 21, 1999

Researching Abner JONES/Susannah WOOD, Isaac WOOD/Clarley HANSON, Cyrus BOYD/Elizabeth PRICE, John H PRICE/Susannah (UNDERWOOD) JONES, all in Belmont County 1840-1880.

COLE posted by Jeff Cole on Friday, January 22, 1999

Seeking information on Asa COLE of Belmont County. Asa COLE, b. 1765, Swansea, MA (now Warren, RI); d. March 12, 1826, Belmont County, Ohio. "In the spring of 1801 the family became settlers on Indian Wheeling creek within the present limits of Belmont County, Ohio, and in 1806 they removed to Warren township, Washington County, where the father pursued the avocations of farming and keel-boating for a number of years. He finally returned to Belmont County, where he died." - source Pam Thompson Would like to know if there are any records available in this area that could help me establish written records of Asa's life. I would appreciate any help you may have to offer. Thanks! Jeff Cole JCole17592@aol.com http://members.aol.com/jcole17592/index.html

ENDICOTT, GALBRAITH, SNEDEKER posted by Gary on Monday, January 25, 1999

George Washington ENDICOTT b. July 25, 1839, Union Township, Belmont County, Ohio. d. Nov 14, 1913, Villa Ridge, Pulaski, Illinois. Married: Martha GALBRAITH, April 29, 1863. George's parents: Charles Endicott(b.Aug 24 1813 Berks co. Pa.)& Lucinda SNEDEKER(b. Aug 13 1819 Loudoun Cty. Va.) Ties to Wayne County IL. Looking for early links to above. Will share what I have.

FRASNELLI, KAMINSKI, KRIN, KRYN, TARTER posted by Eunice Tarter-Krin on Tuesday, January 26, 1999

I was born and raised in Belmont Co and have been researching my families for 8-9 years. I am looking for any information on the TARTER and FRASNELLI families from Bridgeport. I am also trying to obtain information on the KRIN and KAMINSKI families also from Belmont Co. KAMINSKI's were from the Blaine - Wolfurst area while KRIN'S were from Martins Ferry. My most recent project is to try to find someone with information on the Ferryview (?) Cemetery where several of the KRIN'S are buried. I am hoping the tombstones will reveal some much needed dates.

PERZANOWSKI posted by Molly Feller on Wednesday, January 27, 1999

Looking for information on Helen and Benedict J PERZANOWSKI, Sr. They came from Poland in 1908 and lived in the area of Neffs. Herman ran a bar in Neffs during this time period.

JENKINS, PHILIPS, PHILLIPS posted by Herb Phillips on Thursday, January 28, 1999

Belmont Co., is in close proximity of the area I am searching. This is a long shot in the dark, but I will give it my best try. I am researching the PHILIPS/PHILLIPS line. But, I don't have much to go on. The line stopped with my father: Francis Murray PHILLIPS. His birth certificate states PHILIPS. He grew up spelling it PHILLIPS. His father listed on the birth certificate was Ray PHILIPS. All the information we have is by bits and pieces inadvertently disclosed by my grand mother Evo JENKINS d. 14 Feb 1979. Any information ended with her death. The following is information I have on him: His possible birthplace may be Williamsport, PA. His family supposively lived in the southwestern part of PA. He was 23 years old in 1924 when he supposively married Evo JENKINS. He supposively died in Jun/Jul 1925 in PA--construction accident. His occupation at the time of meeting Evo JENKINS was as a showman or carnival/circus worker. He supposively had black hair and blue-gray eyes. According to Evo, when living, they went up the Ohio for about 1 1/2 hour drive to get married. All research of data in counties along the Ohio river have produced no records. Therefore, not marriage could have taken place and Francis Murray was born out of wedlock. This is possible since there was so much secrecy surrounding his father--back in the early 20s, birth out of wedlock was not condoned--thus, a stigma could be attached. I am asking you since you are in close proximity of that area and the lines may have cross or stories told about a PHILIPS traveling in Kentucky and got some lady in trouble. Any information would be most helpful. Thanking you in advance.

COLLINS, PRICE, TODD posted by Sheryl Amador on Sunday, January 31, 1999

I am a relative newcomer to genealogy, I have found a date where my ancestor John PRICE was granted citizenship in Belmont County, does anyone know how I could find his application for citizenship. Would it be in Belmont Cty, or at National Archives ?? Thanks, Sheryl Researching PRICE (Flushing Twp only), COLLINS, TODD,


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