Search billions of records on Ancestry.com

Fulton County, Ohio

Posted Queries for May thru June 1998




Please contact webmaster if you have a new email so your query can updated with the correct address. Fulton County was created in 1850 from portions of Lucas, Henry and Williams counties.


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




ARMSTRONG, BROWN, CAMPBELL, REYNOLDS posted by Maggie Brown Moerdyke on Monday, May 4, 1998

Am working on the BROWN family tree and have indeed worked with Barbara Krooman and Pat who have listed queries on these exact pages - am asking the following: Levi Walter BROWN (certainly a well-known, yet not much written on person in the history of Fulton Co., Wauseon) - need to know where his general store was located and during what years it operated (might have been Burlington?) Any information on Levi Walter BROWN'S parents Benjamin BROWN and Ruth REYNOLDS (I have births,deaths, marriage and location - just interested in tidbits) Daniel BROWN and Sallie Last Name Unknown - parents of Benjamin BROWN - need to confirm death, marriage and birth dates, children, spouses, and dates Daniel BROWN and ? - parents of Daniel BROWN listed above - no idea if they came along with other family members 1835/37 from Vermont Any information you can send my way would be greatly appreciated. Maybe there would be a few newspaper abstracts informative enough to fill in the missing links. Any articles, inscriptions, biographical sketches of the Levi BROWN family please send my way. Also, do you have anything on my great uncle Reas CAMPBELL - he married my great aunt and favorite aunt Ruth ARMSTRONG BROWN (CAMPBELL) who donated her home for the museum - I have absolutely nothing but dates, where he is buried, where he died, not even place of birth is listed, and that he was the retired postmaster (what years?) with two children from a previous marriage. No names given, no ex-spouse amongst all the personal papers I have here - can you help me out, please. Most appreciatively and thank you,

GATES, KAHLE posted by Loren Mathew Kahle on Tuesday, May 5, 1998

surname of former Fulton County resident: James KAHLE and his wife, Mary GATES (it is my understanding they were buried in the Amboy Township Cemetery in 1889 and 1886, respectively.) I would like any information available on these family members. thank you.

BAYES, BECKER, BRINKMAN, COLGAN, FAIRCHILD, FURNEY, GARMAN, HIGHSHEW, HUGHES, JONES, MCKIBBIN, WEIR posted by Marilyn McKibbin Sigler on Thursday, May 7, 1998

My great-grandfather, Robert Irvine MCKIBBIN, was born in Wauseon on May 1, 1839. He was the son of Thomas MCKIBBIN and Eleanore BAYES MCKIBBIN from Holmes County. He had a brother, Thomas B., a brother, William, and sisters: Mary, Margaret, Catherine and Jane. Robert and William served with Co K, 38th Infantry in the Civil War. My grand- father, Royal Bird MCKIBBIN "Roy" was born in Wauseon on April 27, 1878. Robert MCKIBBIN married Nancy Jane FAIRCHILD in Wauseon on March 3, 1864; they were married by the Rev. Boyer. Roy MCKIBBIN married Beatrice HUGHES of Beaverton, MI and they had two children: Juanita Mae MCKIBBIN COLGAN (no children) and Hugh Robert MCKIBBIN, a graduate of the Unites States' Naval Academy at Annapolis and a career naval aviator. Hugh is still living and resides with his wife Eleanor in Virginia. Hugh had two children: Hugh Robert MCKIBBIN, Jr., a graduate of the United States' Military Academy, who was killed-in-action in Vietnam in 1968. I am his daughter, and I have three children and live in Texas. I have extensive information on the family; however, I wish to find out more about my great-grandfather's brothers, Thomas B. and William, and their descendants. I have the obituary of Thomas B., who had one son, R.B.,by Caroline HIGHSHEW, and six daughters by Elizabeth WEIR. I also wish to find out where Thomas MCKIBBIN I was born and where he married Eleanor BAYES. Any information would be appreciated.

GISTWITE posted by Mary Ruth Wagner on Wednesday, May 13, 1998

I'm trying to locate information On the David GISTWITE family of Swan Creek Twp., Fulton Co Ohio in the 1850 census. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.

BROWN, CAMPBELL, HINKLEY, REYNOLDS, STONE posted by Maggie Brown Moerdyke on Sunday, May 17, 1998

Back again and still not much further - please any information you can provide on: BROWN, Levi Walter - ran a general store in Burlington (I'd like to know location and dates of general store if possible) before moving to Wauseon in 1880 to serve three (3) terms as Fulton Co. Probate Judge (1879-?); appointed 1889 US Consul to Scotland by Pres Harrison (original documents are in my possession); married three times and in 1883 to Esther Converse STONE, I assume in Fulton Co. - could you please send me information on their marriage, dates, location, etc. and especially any information on Esther (I do have some of her lineage as well) Am willing to share all I have - will send my GEDCOM if you are interested plus numerous clippings, original documents (teaching certificates, appointments, personal letters, photos), family tidbits, etc. Also searching for information of my great aunt Ruth Armstrong BROWN's husband Reas CAMPBELL - I have almost nothing on Uncle Reas, his birthplace, his previous marriage and to whom, and his two children from that marriage: Jean and William CAMPBELL only family photos, clippings of their graduation, wedding shower, marriage all from the Wauseon newspaper, and a brief obit on Reas CAMPBELL. Last but not least - need to complete death information (dates, cemetary) on: REYNOLDS, John Jr. and his wife HINKLEY, Rachel both died c 1840 in Lucas Co. and do not appear on the 1850 first Fulton Co. census to my knowledge Thank you for anything you can provide.

BAKER, FLEET, MILLER, RITZENTHALER posted by Robin Bloomberg on Sunday, May 17, 1998

Here is the information I have on Benjamin MILLER. Benajamin MILLER, b. January 23, 1825- November 8, 1889 was 5'8", had auburn hair and blue eyes. Military: 38th OVI Company D : Honarable discharge at Winchester Tennessee, July 27, 1863. Parents: John and Mary MILLER of Hancock County VA (now West Virginia). John and Mary MILLER had seven children, 4 boys and 3 girls. Marriages: Isabella (Isabelle?) Christy, b. June 9, 1827 (date calculated ) d. July 3, 1875: age 48 yrs, 1 mo., 6 days. Buried July 5, 1875 Wauseon Union Cemetery. Anna Fleet, b. 1846. d. December 12, 1928 at the home of her daughter Mary. Buried in the Wauseon Union Cemetery. Benjamin and Anna were married August 16, 1876 by N.B.C. Love, Pastor of the M.E. Church Wauseon, Fulton Co., Ohio. Anna was the daughter of Sophia BAKER 1815-1895, and Albert FLEET. She had five sisters: Elizabeth 1840, Ardilla 1842, Mary 1843, Ellen Jane 1845, and Ruth B. 1852. Employment: Cabinetmaker and Undertaker. Children: Anna FLEET and Benjamin MILLER had the following children: Earl Fleet MILLER b. 1879, Albert Rutherford b. 1882, and Mary Sophia MILLER b. November 21, 1894. There was also a child, Florence, listed as the daughter of Isabella MILLER, in the 1888 Fulton County History. I have information on the children, grandchildren, g, gg, and ggg grandchildren of Benjamin and Anna. Residences: Evansport, Defiance Co., Ohio by 1846 - March 17 1863, Apparently he moved to Wauseon later in 1863. In Wauseon, the MILLER'S were apparently neighbors to the RITZENTHALER'S (Daniel and Louise), who attested to the death of Isabella when Anna applied for Benjamin's pension benefits. Any information on this family would be appreciated.

ALLEN, GOODRICH, HAY, HIDE, MILLER, SHAMBARGER, WELKER posted by Mark B. Arslan on Sunday, May 24, 1998

Am researching SHAMBARGER family. Jacob A. SHAMBARGER (b. 1837 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, a son of Frederick SHAMBARGER and Elizabeth HIDE), moved to Fulton County, Ohio around 1890 with his wife Phebe (WELKER) SHAMBARGER. Jacob died in Clinton Township in 1925; Phebe died there in 1920. Their children were Martha E. (m. Alison ALLEN), Mary Bell (m. David T. MILLER), Charles W., William, Hart, Elizabeth, Lillie May (m. Edwin C. HAY), and Viola Pearl (m. Marion A. GOODRICH).

HAUGHTON, HENDRICKS, HINKLE, MERRILL, SMITH posted by Sally Emerson on Saturday, May 30, 1998

Stephen HAUGHTON, b. 1801, m.Hulda SMITH, b. 1805 Children: Mary Susan HAUGHTON, b. 1830, d. 1 Jun 1920 Fulton co.m1. Ephraim HINKLE,m2. Smith HAUGHTON, William Edgar HAUGHTON, b. 1832, d. 28 Sep 1914 Palmyra HAUGHTON, b. 1833, m. Naaman MERRILL Emily HAUGHTON, b. 1835, m. John McKAY - He died before 1880 Clarissa HAUGHTON, b. 1839, m. Warren HENDRICKS Melvina HAUGHTON, b. 1842, d. before 1888 Clark HAUGHTON, b. 1845, d. before 1888 in Indiana Need any information available on these people or their descendants.

JENNINGS, MCLAUGHLIN, PARKER, PERRY, REDMAN, WHALEN posted by Barbara Retcher on Wednesday, June 10, 1998

William J. PARKER born 25 Feb. 1910 in Fulton County. Parents were Thomas C. PARKER and Lillian C. WHALEN. William J. PARKER married Lona E. PERRY 27 Jan. 1932 in Fulton County. Lona E. PERRY was born 22 Oct. 1907 in Fulton County. Her parents were Milton Arthur PERRY and Blanche Chloe MCLAUGHLIN. Milton Arthur PERRY was born 13 Aug. 1881 in Fulton County. Blanch Chloe MCLAUGHLIN was born 11 Jan. 1884 in Fulton County.Parents of Milton Arthur PERRY are Joseph PERRY and Eura REDMAN.Parents of Blanch Chloe MCLAUGHLIN are Frank MCLAUGHLIN and Rachel Ellen JENNINGS.

HOLT, REYNOLDS posted by Pat Walker on Sunday, June 14, 1998

HOLT, Justice m. Lorena/Irene/Susanna REYNOLDS Feb. 1837 Lorena HOLT appears in the 1850 census as head of household in Fulton Co. Need any information on this couple. Want to find living descendants for huge reunion.

ALTMAN, KNIPE posted by Walt Pollock on Sunday, June 14, 1998

I would like to correspond with descendants of Sarah ALTMAN KNIPE and Caleb KNIPE . They were married in Williams County, Brady Twp, 1 Nov 1855. They are found on the 1860 and 1870 census in Fulton County, German Twp. The following was found in the 1870 census: Caleb 44, Sarah 41, Mary 13, Jane 10, Catherine 4, Josephine 6/12. Sarah and Caleb are buried in the Boynton Cemetery, Williams County, Springfield twp. I would like to find out the relationship of Sarah ALTMAN to my ggGrandfather, George ALTMAN, who lived in Williams County, Brady Twp.

CAIRL, DALY posted by Sue Ann Scott CAIRL on Thursday, June 18, 1998

Searching for family of Emmett Edward CAIRL who lived around Delta/Swanton, OH. Emmett Edward CAIRL (about1882-1935) was married to Henora DALY. They lived in Toledo, Lucas, OH. He had 12 brothers and sisters and attended the United Brethern Church in the area. Will share any info.

GORMLEY posted by Kimmy Johnson on Friday, June 26, 1998

I am seeking information on Edward GORMLEY and/or his family. Edward Gormely was in the armed services and stationed in Denver, Colorado during 1942.

BRADLEY, FAUSEY, HEAD, HELLER, KIBBEE, POWELL, REED, RITTER, SHADLE, TAYLOR, THRAILKILL, ZIMMERMAN posted by Nanette Kibbee on Sunday, June 28, 1998

TAYLOR,Amanda M. b:June 4, 1891 in Malinta, OH. d:May 5, 1985 in Archbold, Fulton Co., OH. m:Clifford G. HEAD, May 5, 1913. These were my great grandparents. I have a very old school photo of Amanda with what appears to be other classmates. In handwriting on the back it says "Boxwell Exam" . What is/was this exam? Photo also has photographer Children in photo appear to be in teen years. 8 girls, all dress in white dresses with ribbons pinned to front of dress. 4 boys, all dressed in dark suits also with ribbons. To my knowledge Amanda attended school at Chesterfield and grew up in the same ar Other family surname I am researching are: FAUSEY, POWELL, KIBBEE, ZIMMERMAN, THRAILKILL, SHADLE, REED, BRADLEY, HELLER, RITTER and more...

BLAIR, BOURQUIN posted by Bill Bourquin on Tuesday, June 30, 1998

I'm trying to find out what I can about my grandfather Ira BOURQUIN. He owned a grocery store and tile company in Archbold in the 1912-1938 time frame. He is a real "mystery man" to me and I'd like to find out more about him. The Buckeye newspaper may have a "Bourquin Grocery" ad during that time frame. My grandma Edith (BLAIR) BOURQUIN also owned a restaurant there/then.


Return to Fulton Co. Ohio Genealogy page

View ...

Post ...


Fulton County Web Site Quick Links
Click on arrow to get droplist, select desired link and then click "Go".
This will open your selection in a new browser window.
This list does not contain all links found on the web site.



For questions about this page contact Mark Lozer at lozer@fulton-net.com.

Query, Surname, and Researcher pages managed by CCHelper, an application written by Patty Lindsay.


This Page Was Last Modified Saturday, 24-Feb-2007 19:38:21 MST
Maintained by Mark Lozer, webmaster.
Send E-mail to: lozer@fulton-net.com