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Fulton County, Ohio

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BARTLE, MUNSON, WHITE posted by Judith Hughes on Tuesday, April 16, 2002

Frances (Frank) MUNSON born: May 22, 1831 Avon, Livingstone NY residence was Norwalk, Ohio (The Munson Record states, "He is a traveling man and is home only once a month. He had a son in law A.C. WHITE who was a dealer in stationery,fancy goods and periodicals at Norwalk, Ohio. His father: Nicanor MUNSON (Cleveland St Cem Loraine, Ohio burial)Amherst Twsp Ohio Lorain Cty. His mother: Lovicia BARTLE Looking for any MUNSON relation in Fulton Cty,Ohio I do not know who Frank Munson married or anything of his family? Thank you.


I am looking for information regarding the family of my great grandma. Her name was Carma JOHNSON Mooney. Her father was George Danius JOHNSON who was born April 16,1853 and died May 24, 1915 in Metamora, Ohio. George was married to Margaret BIEHL,who died July 31, 1901, and he married Cora JONES in 1903. George and Margaret's children were: Carma - born 1894 or 1895 Jessie -born October 4,1880 and died December 23, 1892 Iva Dell- born March 23, 1882 and died December 16,1892 Thora-born 1886 and died December 18, 1892 Roba- born 1891 and died December 20, 1892 Selwin - born November 29, 1893 and died January 3, 1894 George's parent's were Sullivan JOHNSON and Phidelia WORDEN Sullivan and Phidelia's children were all born in Fulton County Amboy Township Philena Lucretia JOHNSON who married Thomas WHITNEY Agnes Ann JOHNSON who married Joseph WARREN Roba Lucinda JOHNSON who married Marvin RICHARDSON Nancy Jane JOHNSON who married Alfonso CARROLL Harriet Amelia JOHNSON who married Davis BROWN Arby Danforth JOHNSON who married Effie SELLERS I am looking for any information on the family. Thank you Sharon Howell 6732 Aliceton Affton, MO 63123

ENTMANN posted by Jackie MacPherson on Tuesday, May 28, 2002

Greetings I have found Fred ENTMANN on the 1920 census of Fulton Co,I belive he was my Grandmothers brother. he was age 54 at that time and living in Swans Creek. Whare is Swans Creek Located?I remember my Dad years ago talk of Sandusky Ohio is it near by? How might I learn more about him, Death date or place of burial would be greatly appreciated any Information Thank You Jackie MacPherson, 23251 sw Rainbow Lakes Blvd, Dunnellon Fl 34431

HOPKINS, PATTERSON posted by Mary Katharine Shaffer Cevallos on Wednesday, June 5, 2002

My GGrandfather, Edwin H. PATTERSON was a pioneer in Ohio. He arrived in 1838, and farmed near Tedrow. I think his father was George W. PATTERSON, and his mother was a HOPKINS. We believe she died before they left Allaghany County, New York. Their were half siblings as Edwin married again. I would like to find them. Contact from any of the Pattersons would be wonderful. My Grandmother and her brother (the children of Edwin) were estranged, so as a child, growing up in Ohio, I was denied the chance to know them. Thanks for this nice website. My address is: PO Box 308 Golden, Colorado 80402 303-642-0406 Hopefully, Mary

BALKEY, SPURGEON posted by Charles Dickerson on Saturday, June 8, 2002

I am trying to document the indian blood line of Amanda Minervia SPURGEON who was born August 06, 1868 in Fulton County Ohio. She was the daughter of Upton Spurgeon and Susan Ann BALKEY. Please provide any information to me at: Charles Dickerson 37 Bel Rue Drive Belleville, IL 62226-1506

KRAUSS, LEININGER, WENGER, WINGER posted by Chris Gould on Sunday, June 9, 2002

Looking for the parents of Maggie/Margarethe LEININGER, born 07 August 1871, confirmed 18 April 1886 at St. Jacobs Lutheran Church, married 25 February 1889 at the age of seventeen to Charles WENGER (or WINGER); they had a daughter Maria Magdalena WENGER on 26 March 1889 and a son George Edward WENGER on 24 March 1890. She is my great-grandmother, and I know little about her; she died young and my great grandfather was remarried to Emma KRAUSS on 11 Jan 1904. I have no death date for Margarethe Leininger, and know nothing of her parents. We do have a souvenir program from a LEININGER reunion, undated, that describes a Leininger family with five sons and two daughters that entered the United States from Alsace, France/Germany on 1837; Margarethe Leininger may or may not have been descended from them. I would be grateful for any information you might have.

LOWRY, PALMER, RENOK, SIMMONS posted by Phyllis Nilsson on Sunday, June 9, 2002

Am searching for information about Charles William PALMER (b.20 Feb 1897 - d. June 1978) and his parents, Lincoln Ellsworth PALMER (b. ca. 1876,Fulton Co., OH - d. 1938 in Detroit, MI) and his mother Emma RENOK who was born about 1876 and died about 1953. In 1903 She married Cleave LOWRY and he died in 1924. The siblings of Charles PALMER were Millard, Hazel, Goldie, Sylvus, Ellsworth, Zelda, Elmer, and Harley. Charles was placed in Miami Children's Home from 1906-1908 and was "adopted" by the Websters of Milan, MI. He fought in World War I and married Fay M. SIMMONS. They had three children; Lenore, Charles, Jr., and Richard Earl. The information I have (not documented) states Lincoln's father was Eli PALMER born sometime in the 1850s (?) and lived on State Line Road in Lucas or Fulton county. He died between 1901 and 1904. Any information you have that I can pass on to my children will be greatly appreciated.

WELCH posted by Carol Gillen on Monday, June 10, 2002

Am still looking for WELCH - have had some contacts but still can't connect with ours - my e-mail address may be incorrect on other querys - it now is Thanks Carol Gillen

GEE, GROSS, GROVE posted by Michelle Hatch on Sunday, June 16, 2002

GEE-GROVE I am researching my GEE family history, and have found a typed page that someone sent my deceased grandmother, Fava GEE, a few years back. I believe that, as a child, I might have been at a cemetery where my relatives are buried. What I need to know is who my ggg Grandfather's parent's were so I can continue on. The info I have is taken from a book...History of Fulton County, 1905, pp. 359-360, and 363-364, as well. Oddly, I found some info on a marriage betwwen a John GEE and a Catharine GROSS -same county(Seneca)-same date! Something is not right...possibly a misspelling??? Somewhere out there is connect me to John's parent's. If you cannot access these pages, I acn scan them and e-mail to you. This family history is important to the "elders" now in my family who want to continue where my grandma left off before becoming ill. Thank you so much, Michelle Hatch 2255 Marengo Drive Toledo. OH 43614

HAMMON, MILLER, OSBORN, WEIS posted by Esther Bavis on Tuesday, June 25, 2002

I am looking for any information on Cornelia MILLER WEIS born to Susan OSBORN HAMMON MILLER and John H. MILLER, born in Defiance Co 1872 and died in Fulton Co., 1955. She is buried at theWauseon Union Cemetery. Jacob WEIS was her husband born ca 1868. Also looking for information on her father (my step great-great grandfather) John H. MILLER he died in Wauseon 29 Dec 1916 and is buried inWauseon Union Cemetery. Thank you Esther Bavis, 482 Crickett Dr. Chardon, OH 44024

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