Harrison County, OH, Posted Queries for

Harrison County, OH

Posted Queries for March 2000






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MCQUEEN, SNYDER posted by Jeff McQueen on Saturday, March 4, 2000

Looking for information on the MCQUEEN and SNYDER families of Carroll and Harrison Counties between 1820 and 1880.

CARNES, DUNHAM, RIGGLE posted by E.J. Curnes on Sunday, March 12, 2000

Seeking any information concerning CARNES family, principally William CARNES, born Harrison Co. ca. 1813, son of Thomas CARNES and Elizabeth DUNHAM. William married Susan RIGGLE 16 March 1832 in Harrison County. I am also interested in other children of Thomas and Elizabeth (Reason, Sarah, Joshua, Ara A. (Aerie), John, Dennis and Thomas) and the DUNHAM and RIGGLE families.

CRIPLEVER, HOLMES, HORTON, JOHNSTON, NARLECH, NORIC, NORLECK, NORRICK, NORRIX posted by Bill Bailey on Monday, March 13, 2000

I am looking for the descendants of James, Jacob, Daniel, and Joseph NORRICK who settled near Bowerton, Harrison County, Ohio about 1807. We believe that James Norrick, the elder, was born in Germany in the same village as cleric Martin Luther was born. James came to Pennsylvania before 1750 and settled near Indian Head, Fayette County, Pennsylvania. He was a member of the United Bretheren Lutheran Church. In Ohio his son Jacob Norrick had son Joseph Norrick married a Mary CRIPLEVER supposedly a widow of George HOLMES. Joseph had a son Jacob Norrick from whom I descend. Widow Mary then married (2 or 3) a William HORTON and moved to Tipton, Iowa. My Jacob m. Margaret JOHNSTON and moved to near Mound City, Nodaway County, Missouri. Have been told that the Narragon family is also the part of the NARLECH/NORLECK/NORRICK/NORIC/NORRIX family. Would like to correspond with descendants of this James and Jacob and Joseph Norrick.

BARNHILL, ENSLEY, JOHNSTON, REVELLE posted by Bill Bailey on Monday, March 13, 2000

I have grandparents Samuel Revelle JOHNSTON (1798-1883) who married Rebecca BARNHILL (1806-1873) near Scio, Harrison County, Ohio. Samuel's ancestor Ray Johnston still lives on the original landgrant that Samuel approved by Thomas Jefferson's agent in the early 1820's. Rebecca Barnhill was the daughter of William and Mary (ENSLEY) BARNHILL. The Barnhills were reportedly from Pennsylvania. Know very little about this family. Sameul R. Johnston was the son of ??? and Cecelia (REVELLE) Johnston. Samuel was reportedly born 12/3/1798 on a boat in Baltimore Harbor after coming here from Ireland. Cecelia lost her husband in transit or early after they arrived. Cecelia Johnston then traveled to the Charleston, South Carolina area. She reportedly married a frenchman whose name started with 'La__' either in Maryland or in Charleston and had a large second family. Samuel R. Johnston reportedly served as a young man in the drum and bugle corps with Andy Jackson at the battle of New Orleans and back in Charleston worked in a dry goods store. In the 1820's Samuel said goodbye to his stepbrother ? 'La__' at the South Carolina border and came to Harrison County filed a land grant and remained the rest of his life. Would like to visit with Johnston and Barnhill Cousins.

DICKERSON, THOMAS posted by Donna M Wolf on Sunday, March 19, 2000

Looking for info on Joshau, Levi and John DICKERSON who lived in Fayette County PA in the late 1700s and early 1800s, appear in Coshocton County Ohio in the 1830s and may have passed through Harrison County. Looking for relationship to the THOMAS Family particularly James and/or Jonathan THOMAS. Any help appreciated.

ABEL, BADGLEY, EADY, EDIE posted by Mary Betts Abel on Sunday, March 19, 2000

Searching for information on Issachar (Ezzra) ABEL, (b.1-18-1806) in Ohio, married to Jane BADGLEY -maiden name- (widow of Alexander EADY or EDIE) was (b. 12-14-1804) in Highland County, Ohio,(Jane's parents were Captain Andrew Badgley, wife Esther, early settlers of what became White Oak Township of Highland County, Ohio Issachar & Jane were married 8-28-1828 in Highland County. I am trying to find parents & siblings of Issachar, and where his parents were from. Issachar & Jane and children moved to Shelby County, Indiana and are both buried there. They were in the 1840 Shelby County Indiana Census. their children: Ashford Abel (b. 1-14-1833),Indiana; Isaac Abel (b. 8-7-1839), Indiana; William Abel (b. 1-17-1843), Indiana and Sarah Ann Elizabeth Abel (b. 11-28-1849),Indiana. (Jane's son Albert G. Eady(or Edie) Born 1-20-1825 Highland, Ohio, buried in Middleburg, Nebraska he married Sarah Ann Wear (Weir) in Shelby County, Indiana) Any information or links would be most appreciated. Thank you.

HYDE posted by Mary Kay Lawson on Sunday, March 19, 2000

Samuel HYDE was married in Harrison County in 1820. What was his wife's name? Where was he born?

BAXTER, MCGILL posted by Janis Lahrman on Monday, March 20, 2000

Searching for MCGILL family that moved from Mercer Co., PA. to Harrison Co. OH. about 1813. Their son Thomas D. MCGILL m. Rebecca BAXTER Oct 1833 in Harrison Co. They had 8 children: Jane, Nancy, John, Rebecca, Mary E., Thomas, James Baxter and Charles G. In 1849 they moved to Van Wert Oh. Thank you.

CRUMLEY, HEBERLING posted by Roy D. Heberling on Tuesday, March 21, 2000

Seeking more info on John HEBERLING, b7/27/1776 in Germany. Died 1/17/1864 at Short Creek Twnshp, Harrison County. Buried at W Grove Friends Cemetery. Wife was Mary CRUMLEY, b 6/14/1783, died 4/12/1864. Also buried at W Grove Cemetery. They were married 10/22/1806 in Frederick County, Virginia. Also seeking any info on John's father Andrew HEBERLING, b circa 1720 in Hamburg, Germany. May also be buried in Harrison County.


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