ohcolumb County, Ohio, Posted Queries for

ohcolumb County
Ohio

Posted Queries for March thru April 2004



SURNAMES: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Surnames: HAGGERTY, JORDAN, JORDANS
Researcher: S.R. IAK
Email: iakerofny@dctnet.net
Date posted: Friday, March 26, 2004

I Am Looking For Any Information On The Following JORDANS Of Wellsville Ohio : 1. Mary E. JORDAN, Born ----- 1885? Wellsville (Died 1975) 2. Parents Were - Anthony Jordan, Born ----1837? Ireland (Died 1908) Catherine Haggerty, Born ----1860? Ireland (Died ?)


Surnames: BROWN, DAVIS
Researcher: Daniel Davis
Email: bettdan@msn.com
Date posted: Friday, March 26, 2004

Am trying to locate my ggrandmother, Mae BROWN, born in Washingtonville, Ohio on November 4, 1880. She married Edward DAVIS


Surnames: ASHBRIDGE, CHAPLOW, GARROD, TAFT, WARD
Researcher: Marjorie Lane Barnette
Email: ClassyGram@neo.rr.com
Date posted: Friday, March 26, 2004

ASHBRIDGE: Robert m. Alice GARROD. William m. Margaret WARD. Henry m. Sadie Sophronia TAFT. Latty-Jane m. Thomas CHAPLOW. Any info about these families of 188


Surnames: ELGE, REBY, RIEBE
Researcher: Sandra Browning
Email: LadyQ88A@aol.com
Date posted: Friday, March 26, 2004

Frank RIEBE worked as coalminer in East Palestine, Columbiana County, Ohio and married Anna Elizabeth ELGE, who was born in Achortown. These are my great-grandparents, have very little information to go on, am seeking help. Frank was from Prussia and immigrated in, I believe 1871. Earliest cesus record is 1880 and name was spelled REBY. My grandfather was Max William RIEBE.


Surnames: BAIGHT, BECHT, BEIGHT, BETTS, BETZ, FELTENBERGER, MUSSER
Researcher: Wayne Beck
Email: hwbeck@houston.rr.com
Date posted: Friday, March 26, 2004

A Jacob BECHT married Susanna MUSSER on 2 Sep 1811 in Columbiana Co, OH just one county north of Jefferson county. In early times this region of OH was considered PA or VA by some people. Searching for the parents of a Jacob BETZ who married Christina A. FELTENBERGER on 22 Dec 1836 in Harrison Co, OH. The couple lived in the German community of Germano, Jefferson and Harrison counties border in OH. There is no earlier information on Jacob. Later records are recorded as Beck, so his original name could have been BECHT, BEIGHT, BAIGHT, BETTS, etc. One later census recorded his birthplace as Cumberland Co, PA. Could Cumberland really be Columbiana? His birth of 26 Jan 1814 could be consistant with the Jacob Becht family. This is my stonewall!!


Surnames: BAIRD, BEARD, HARMAN
Researcher: Lucy Ann Baird-Clark
Email: eagleseven@earthlinklnet
Date posted: Monday, April 26, 2004

My 2x great grandfather was Samuel Baird. I find him as early as 1840 in Columbiana Co.


Surnames: DOBBS, HAMILTON, HORNER
Researcher: Jean E Butler
Email: jebutler@dave-and-barb.com
Date posted: Monday, April 26, 2004

William HORNER b. June 1851 appears in the 1900 census of E.L. with wife Sarah b. 1851. They hd both been married before.Sarah was married to a Thomas HAMILTON and had a son Charles born 1876 There was also a John DOBBS b.1888 (no relation given)living with the family. Sarah was Sarah Caroline Dobbs before she married Mr. Hamilton. I believe Sarah died in Beave Falls after 1926 or there abouts. Any information on any of these peoplelisted would be greatly appreciated. Especially about Sarah.


Surnames: DAVIDSON, FUGATE
Researcher: Jeff Fugate
Email: jfugate@dragonbbs.com
Date posted: Monday, April 26, 2004

I am searching for information about John FUGATE and his wife Lydia DAVIDSON Fugate. They lived near Gulliford Lake In Columbianna Co. around 1800.


Surnames: DORNON, HUTTER, MCCLAIN
Researcher: Gerald D. Hobson
Email: gdhobgen@aol.com
Date posted: Monday, April 26, 2004

Seeking death date, burial site, obituary, etc., for Albina MCCLAIN ("Bina") Hutter DORNON, married first (abt. 1906), to George HUTTER, second (Aft. 1917), to Unknown DORNON. She was born in August of 1886, d. unknown. She was the daughter of Harper MCCLAIN, b. March 1851, d. unknown and Rebecca J. Unknown, b. February 1858, d. unknown. All were residents of Unity Township, per 1880, 1900 and 1910 census.


Surnames: BROADBENT, BUTLER, LAWTON
Researcher: Jean E Butler
Email: jebutler@dave-and-barb.com
Date posted: Monday, April 26, 2004

There was a James BROADBENT buried from Eells Funeral home 23 Dec. 1936. He married an Elizabeth LAWTON. I need to know if he was a son of John BROADBENT of Pa. And brother of Samuel Broadbent (b.1858) who lived and died in East Liverpool. If not. Does anyone have any information on James? The James I want was born 21 June 1861 in Pa. The last trace I Have of him is in 1880 in Jeff. Co.Pa. with his mother and step father-John and Margaret Butler. James either went on west to Colorado with his parents or remained in Ohio where his brother Samuel lived. Have a lot of BROADBENT/BUTLER information t


Surnames: SMITHYMAN
Researcher: Leila Menzies
Email: MenziesL@email.laccd.edu
Date posted: Monday, April 26, 2004

Researching SMITHYMAN, Joseph who was a manager for the Columbiana Rolling Mill (made iron bar, nails, casings) in 1826. Other mgmt staff were Jesse Smith and Nathaniel W. Taylor.


Surnames: SMITHYMAN
Researcher: Leila Menzies
Email: MenziesL@email.laccd.edu
Date posted: Monday, April 26, 2004

Joseph SMITHYMAN,(BORN England about 1790) Manager, of the Columbiana Rolling Mill on the Little Beaver, near New Lisbon, advertised in The Ohio Repository, regarding their high quality iron bar,nails, etc on Nov. 9, 1826. They said their experienced workmen came from Pittsburgh. Later in Tuscawaras County, Thomas Smithyman, one of Joseph


Surnames: MCCANN
Researcher: Mary
Email: meawantang@hotmail.com
Date posted: Monday, April 26, 2004

My gr-gr-gr grandfather Thomas MCCANN seems to be in the 1840 US censes in Wayne Township, Columbiana Co. but disappears by 1846, so we think he might have died and been buried in Columbiana Co; His daughter Mary McCann was married in Dungannon in 1846 to Bernard Boyle, (who probably naturalized in New Lisbon in 1842), and the first two children were baptized at St. Philip Neri Catholic Church in 1848 and 1849. A John Boyle witnessed for the Naturalization. A Moses Kennedy was a sponsor for the second baptism. Please suggest possible search options and/or information.


Surnames: HERBERT
Researcher: B. Sanny
Email: bsannys@ivic.net
Date posted: Monday, April 26, 2004

Franklin HERBERT b,7-17-1837 to Joseph R. and Hannah Barton Herbert. Need info about origins of these Herbert and Barton families. Franklin served in Civil War.



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