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WANTED -
FIRST FAMILIES
OF LICKING COUNTY, OHIO

Did your ancestor(s) settle in Licking County, Ohio prior to 1830? If so, the
Licking County Genealogical Society would like to honor you and your pioneer ancestors.

As many of you may be aware, Pioneers of Licking County(pre-1820) has been
established to share information, with no proof required. Now, to honor your
ancestors, we would like for you to prove their residence here prior to 31 December
1830. Those individuals who can prove their "First Families of Licking County, Ohio" will be honored as a part of our annual dinner in April. Honorees will receive a pin and a certificate. (You need not be present to receive this.)

An application for FFLC, along with rules may be acquired by stopping by the
genealogical library during regular hours (second floor of the new Newark Public
Library, rear southwest corner); or by clicking on the link below to download the rules and application in PDF format; or by sending a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope to: FFLC of LCGS, 101 W. Main Street, Newark, Ohio 43055-5054.

The LCGS library is free and open to the public, Tu-W-Th-Fri-Sat, 1-4 p.m.
Volunteers are on hand during these hours to help you "find your roots." Beginning
genealogy classes are conducted from time to time as requested. An excellent way to
learn about genealogy in a "hands on" experience is to VOLUNTEER at the library
and learn exactly what's available locally; it might surprise you.

Examples of some of the documentation that might be required to prove your
Lineage for FFLC could include such things as: birth certificates, marriage records,
Death certificates; early tax and/or census records showing proof of pre-1830
Settlement. Old Bible records, newspaper birth/marriage/death notices and photos of
actual tombstones also help. Printed county and family histories are NOT positive
proof, unless fully documented!

You will need a five-generation ancestor chart linking the applicant to the
actual pioneer ancestor. Please remember, early census records DID NOT show
relationship until 1880, only names of heads of household are listed until 1850!

We presently have more than 150 certified FFLC members and even more associate members.
Perhaps your Ancestor has already been proven and all that you would need to do is prove you link to that particular ancestor. Suggestion: have the LCGS staff volunteers check the "green" FFLC card at our library in the "pioneer files" for those already proven to possibly save you some duplicate work.

NEW: An interactive application for First Families of Licking County Form in PDF format is available by clicking below. This interactive form can be filled in online and then printed out.
The form can't be saved, so be sure to print out two copies, one for yourself and the other for submission.

Click here to download

Click below to get the FREE Adobe Reader to view and print the FFLC application form


FIRST FAMILIES OF LICKING COUNTY, OHIO
CERTIFIED ANCESTORS 1992-2008

IS YOUR ANCESTOR LISTED HERE?

A-G Surnames

ABBOTT, Jonathan
ARMSTRONG, Elsy (Strawn)
ARMSTRONG, John Strawn
ARMSTRONG, Joseph
ARMSTRONG, Margaret (Trumbo)
ASHBROOK, Eli
BAKER, Henry
BALDWIN, Lucy
BANCROFT, Azariah
BARNES, Ashford
BARTHOLOMEW, John
BEAVER, Abraham
BEAVER, Martin
BEEM, Daniel
BEEM, Michael, Jr.
BEEM, Michael, Sr.
BEEM, Rachel (Rhodes)
BEEM, William
BELL, John
BELL, Mary (Harrison)
BERRY, Elijah
BERRY, John
BIGELOW, Sylvia
BLANCHARD, Joseph
BLANCHARD, Permelia (Hair)
BLANCHARD, Thomas
BLINE, Jacob
BRAGG, Amelia E.
BRAGG, Harvey
BROOKS, Martin J. Jr.
BROOKS, Martin J. Sr.
BUTCHER, Hannah
BUTLER, Eli
CARLISLE, Zachariah
CASE, Job
CASE, Lucretia
COFFMAN, Mary Jane
COLE, Mary
COLVILLE, James Wilson
COLVILLE, Leah (Baker)
COLVILLE, Mary (Mahaney)
COLVILLE, Vastine
CONARD, Mahlon
CONARD, Nathan
COOMES, John
COOPERRIDER, John
CRAMER, David
CRAMER, Peter
CRITCHETT, Benjamin
CRITCHETT, Jonathan
CRUISE/CRUSEN, Benjamin
CURTIS, Eliza
CURTIS, Phalley (Yale)
CURTIS, Zarah
DAVIS, George Washington
DAVIS, James
DAVIS, Samuel
DENMAN, Mathias
DENMAN, Rhoda (Elston)
DENMAN, Zenas Hathaway
DONNELLY, Elinor (Belt)
DONNELLY, Felix
DONNELLY, John
DOWNING, Eli
DOWNING, Nathan
DRAGOO, William "Billy"
DRUMM, Philip
DUSTHEIMER, John
EAGLE, John
EARHART, John B.
EARHART, John S.
EARHART, William Washington
EARLES, Martha
EDGELL, Elizabeth
EDGERLEY, Amos Merrill
EDGERLEY, Susannah (Kapars)
ELLIOTT, William
ENGLISH, Job
ENGLISH, John
EVANS, Elizabeth
EVANS, Joseph
EVANS, Rosannah (Donnelly)
EVANS, Thomas
FARMER, Isaac
FARMER, Nathan
FISK, Amanda (Wilkin)
FOSTER, Elijah
FREDERICK, Elizabeth
FRIZZLE, Rachel
GAVITT, William 
GILLISPIE, James
GOSNELL, Daniel
GOSNELL, Joshua Sr.
GOSNELL, Nelson
GRAHAM, Samuel
GRANGER, Mary Elizabeth
GRANGER, Ralph
GRAVES, Abi
GREEN, Benjamin
GREEN, Catherine (Beem)
GROVE, Susan
GUTRIDGE, John
GUTRIDGE, Peter
 
 
 
 
 
 

H-P Surnames

HANES, Phoebe
HARRISON, Hannah (Denman)
HARRISON, John Lum
HAYES, Hannah
HEADLEY, Hannah (Parritt)
HEADLEY, Joseph
HEADLEY, Martha (Riker)
HEADLEY, Peter
HENDRICKS, Belinda
HENDRICKS, Benjamin M.
HENDRICKS, James
HENDRICKS, James T.
HIGGINS, George W.
HILL, Simon
HILLBRANT, Henry
HOLLER, Adam
HOLLER, John Nicholas
HOLMES, James Jr.
HORNBECK, Sarah Ann (Hoover) 
HOYT, Sillick
HUGHES, Elias
HUGHES, Jonathan
HUGHES, Lovina (Davis)
HULL, Abigail
HURSEY, Jane
HURSEY, Simon 
ILES, Henry 
JAGGER, Silas 
JENKINS, Elizabeth
KENDALL, Elizabeth 
KIRKPATRICK, David 
KIRKPATRICK, John Robert
KNICELY, Susannah
KREAGER, Cynthia (Bartholomew)
KREAGER, George
KREAGER, George Jr.
LAIR, Joseph
LAIR, Persis (Waren)
LAKE, Willis
LEVINGSTON, Andrew Jr.
LEVINGSTON, Andrew Sr.
LEVINGSTON, George Jr.
LEVINGSTON, George Sr.
LEVINGSTON, Tobias
LITTLE, Benjamin
LITTLE, Sarah (Wiser)
McFEETERS, Samuel
McFEETERS, Selah (Lair)
McQUEEN, Minor
MARPLE, David
MATHENY, Rebecca
MEEK, Catherine (Varner)
METCALFE, Isaac
MILES, Frances
MOODY, Rev. William Jr.
MYERS, Mary
NEIGHBARGER, Christian
NEIGHBARGER, Hulda (Denman)
NEIGHBARGER, John March
NICHOLS, Almira (Parker)
NICHOLS, Isaiah
NICHOLS, Levi
NICHOLS, Levi Jr.
NUTTER, Erastus
NUTTER, Sarah Eliza (Hall)
NUTTER, William D.
ORR, Benjamin
ORR, Elizabeth (Dustheimer)
ORR, James A.
ORR, Robert
ORR, Zachariah P.
OSBORN, Margaret (Dragoo)
OVERTURF, Eli
OVERTURF, Simon
PACE, Almira S. 
PAINTER, Enoch
PARR, Richard 
PARR, William
PARR, William Smith
PATTERSON, Agnes
PATTERSON, David
PATTERSON, John Wilson
PATTERSON, Matilda (McKelvy)
PATTERSON, Sarah (Maxon)
PAYNE, Evan
PAYNE, Jesse Evan
PAYNE, Margaret (Baker)
PAYNE, Sarah (Lair)
PEFFERS, David E.
PHILBROOK, Lydia
PITZER, Anna (Green)
PITZER, Anthony
PITZER, Catharine
PITZER, Richard
PITZER, Sarah Ann (Kite)
PITZER, William
PRITCHARD, John "Elder"

R-Z Surnames

REDMAN, Balis
REES, Theophilus
RHODES, John
RHODES, Sarah (Geiger)
RHODES, William
ROBINSON, Maximillion
ROGERS, Dacon
ROGERS, George Reason Jr.
ROGERS, George Reason Sr.
ROGERS, Harriet
ROGERS, Michael Wallace
ROGERS, Samuel
ROGERS, William
ROOT, Alanson
ROOT, Elias Noble
ROOT, Noble
SANGER, James
SIGLER, William
SIMPSON, Isaac
SIMPSON, Jonathan
SIMPSON, Sarah
SIZER, Rachel
SMITH, Mahala
SMOOTS, George
SOMERVILLE, James
SOMERVILLE, Nancy
SPELMAN, Hannah
SPELMAN, Spencer
SPELMAN, Timothy Jr.
SPELMAN, Timothy Sr.
SPELMAN, Timothy Merrick
SPENCER, Catharine
STADDEN, Henry
STADDEN, Isaac
STEWART, James Y.
STEWART, John
STEWART, Margaret
STONE, Mary
STRAWN, Isaiah
STRAWN, Rachel Reed
STUMP, Mary (Francis)
SUTTON, Eleanor
THARP, Isaac
THOMAS, David "Big"
THOMAS, Jane T. (Gates)
THOMAS, Mary (Rees)
THOMAS, Timothy
TODD, Edward
TODD, Sarah
TOWER, William
TROUT, John
TRUMBO, Abraham
TRUMBO, Andrew
TRUMBO, Sarah
TYHURST, Mary (Boger)
TYHURST, Solomon
TYHURST, William
VAN WINKLE, Marjory E.
VAN WINKLE, Moses
VARNER, Anna (Bonnifield)
VARNER, Peter
VARNER, Samuel
WALKER, Elizabeth (Kreager)
WEAVER, Harrison
WEAVER, John
WELLS, Elizabeth
WELLS, Laura
WHITEHEAD, Abner
WIGGINS, Sophia
WILCOX, Joseph Jr.
WILKIN, Henry
WILLIAMS, Lydia
WOOD, Samuel
WOOLARD, John
WOOLARD, Peter
WOOLF, John
 WRIGHT, Adah
YOUNG, Eliza
YOUNG, Uzal
 

For more information contact: First Families of Licking County Committee Chairman
listed on the LCGS Info web page
.
Please put FFLC as the subject of your email or
write: Licking County Genealogical Society, FFLC, 101 West Main Street, Newark, Ohio 43055.

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