Lorain County OHGenWeb Queries for 2011 - 2012


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BARBER,   BUNCE,   JUNGLAS,   McCARDALL,   ROBINSON,   SAYLES,   SCHMITZ,   SCHULTZ,   YELLAND   ZYBURA  




SCHULTZ,  ZYBURA,
My G-Great Uncle Rev. John S. ZYBURA was the first permanent pastor of the now closed St. Stanislaus Catholic Church in Lorain. He was born in Poland and came to Ohio with his parents Jacob ZYBURA and Martha SCHULTZ as a child. Looking for descendants of families who had contact with him while he was at the parish.
Kathy Gies,  March 2011

BARBER,  BUNCE,
Searching for family of Edwin Satterly BUNCE b. 1819 Chautauqua Co., NY married Emily BARBER b. 18154 CT on 15 April 1845 in Lorain Co., OH. At the time of their marriage he was living in Brighton and she in Ridgeville. They moved on to Wisconsin where he was a circuit rider for the Methodist Church.
Joyce Witt,  May 2011

SCHMITZ,  JUNGLAS,,
Catherine Schmitz, daughter of John Schmitz and Maria Elizabeth Junglas, was first married to Nicholas Barnes, probably about 1870. They were in Ridgeville in 1880. I've been able to find more on their children--daughter Barbara married Michael Walsh, daughter Elizabeth married Frank Oaks, daughter Mary married William Rhoads, there was a son John, daughter Anna Mary married Leon Toddy, and daughter Celia married Nicholas H. Remaklus. The father, Nicholas Barnes, died in 1903 and Catherine became the second wife of Nicholas Minnich. She died in 1915 in Jay County, Indiana. If this sounds familiar to anyone, I would love to hear from you. I'm trying to find out more about Catherine's parents.
Jeanne Crews,  January 2012

YELLAND,  SAYLES,
Looking for biological parents of Marian Josephine Yelland born 28 Jun 1857. Adopted by Sayles. Died 29 Jun 1876 in Lorain Co. Thank you for your consideration.
Kay Donnelly,  January 2012

McCARDALL,  ROBINSON,
I'm looking for marriage records of James ROBINSON 1798-1871 and Ann McCardall 1805-1895. Family history suggests they were married in N. Amehurst in 1836 but I have no confirmable source information at this time.
Glenn McAnarney,  November 2012





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