I'm trying to find information about the following: George Washington MOORE, native of Muskingum County, Ohio m. Margaret Ellen CURTIS MOORE, native of Zanesville. 2 or 3 children: 1. Frank Homer MOORE b Jan. 1888, Muskingum County d. 1946 Marion OH, m 1909 Daisy Bell DENTON born Feb. 14, c. 1890 in Morrow County d. 1971 Marion OH; 1 son, Walter D. MOORE b. Morrow county, May 7, 1911; 1939 m. Martha Louise CURL b. March 5, 1915 Beaver or Beaver Falls, PA, They now live in Marion OH. 2. Perley Thomas MOORE was living in Delaware, OH when he died. There may have been a 3rd child, Jennie. I need information about the line prior to George Washington MOORE, whether Jennie was a daughter & if so, what happened to her, and the spouse & children of Perley Thomas. I have a "Souvenir of Railroad School, District #6, Westfield Township, Morrow County 1896-97" which lists Frank MOORE, Perley MOORE, and Jennie MOORE.
Abel COOK b. 1803 Washington County PA d. 1896 Edison OH; 1822 m. Phebe COOPER b. 1804 Washington County PA d. ?. They were married in Knox County OH then moved to Gilead Twp. to an 80 acre farm. The farm & the house they built are in what is now Edison OH. They had 10 children. One daughter, Hattie Cook CORWIN died leaving 3 children. One, Blanche CORWIN b. 1872, lived most of her life on the farm. She married Frank KELLY who died in c. 1956. They had no children. Blanch died c. 1960. What happened to Blanch's brother & sister? She may have had more than 2 siblings. Who was her father, & what happened to him?
SMITH, ROSS - Andrew J. SMITH marr. Sarah Ann ROSS 10 Aug 1837 Know [Knox?] Co. In 1850 census they were in Morrow Co with children William R, b 1841; Cordellia; and Amelia P. b 1847. What happened to them after this? He supposedly went to Oregon, but can find no record of him there. He was an artist; I have portraits he painted of his parents, Solomon and Hannah (HAZEN) SMITH in 1846. Would like very much to trace this family.
My gr. grandfather, James William DENTON came to the US when he was about 4 yrs. old. I don't have a date of birth, but it would be around 1860. He may have been born in Bardham, England (or Bardon, Bardly, something like that) but I don't know where that is. Complicating things even further is that his mother's name may not have been DENTON. They settled in Cardington, Morrow County, Ohio where he died in 1953. His wife was Mary Francis FARRINGTON. They had 4 children. Bertha b. 1888 d. 1970; Daisy Bell (my grandmother) b. 1890 d.1971; Edith Rose b. 1897 d. 1952; Clarence b. 1902 d. ?. Daisy married Frank Homer MOORE. They had one son, my father. Walter Denton MOORE b. 1911, still living. I have more information on Mary & James' children & a lot more about the FARRINGTON's, but I haven't been able to find out anything prior to my great grandfather. Did he have siblings? What was his mother's name? Who was his father and what happened to him? Any information will be greatly appreciated.
Trying to find information in Morrow County on Francis CONVERSE who died Sept 28, 1858 and is buried at the Baptist Cemetery at Westfield, Ohio. His wife, Lydia is also buried there. Her death was May 28, 1871. Couldn't find her in the Delaware County deaths. Trying to confirm his parents. Thanks!
My g-g-g-Benjamin HART died in Morrow Co., Ohio in 1854. according to probate records in Pettis Co., MO. Seek his burial place , his father and any other information. He lived in Pettis Co., MO. Why was he in OH unless he was visiting relatives? Was he Benjamin, Jr.? His children are Joseph Nelson, Bishop Morris, James William, and Sarah Elizabeth. Would be glad to share info. Thank you in advance for your help. Neoma
KELLER: Searching for any info on KELLER's in Knox/Morrow Counties, Ohio. GGGrandmother was Kate KELLER (b. 11/24/1851, d. 6/24/1941) in Knox Co. Was married to William Henry SCARBOROUGH from Fayette Co. Penn. Please email with any info that may be helpful.
Keith Gallaher of 159 Gallaher St, Huntington, WV 25701, phone 304-529-4213, is seeking any info available about the Moses GALLAHER who was in the Morrow Co.,OH 1850 census. Is he the Moses who was in the 1830/40 Monroe Co.,OH census? May Email and I will forward.
I am looking for any information on the HOWARD's from West Virginia/Virginia. I am having trouble going back any further than my Great Great Grandfather, George Lewis HOWARD, born Sep 21, 1820 and died Dec 18, 1880. He married Mary (Polly) Ann BOWYER. They had 14 children as follows: Robert (Bob) H. HOWARD b. Sep 7, 1844 m. Sally Elizabeth MASTERS; Gaston F. HOWARD b. Dec 18,1846 m. Nancy WOOLWINE; Allen HOWARD b. Sep 17, 1848 d. Aug 24, 1855; Eliza Haywood HOWARD b. Jun 22, 1850 m. George W. MASTERS; George Lewis (Lewis) HOWARD b. Mar 18, 1851 m. Agnes (Angie) H. COUNTS; Franklin (Doc) Doctor HOWARD (My Great Grandfather) b. Apr 16, 1852 m. Martha (Mattie) A. JONES (1st) m. Annie (Senora) C. SMITH (2nd); Jacob Columbus HOWARD b. Nov 10, 1853 m. Mary (Polly) S. BURNS; Mary (Ellen) Ellen HOWARD b. Mar 30, 1855 m. Goerge Hamilton COUNTS; Masserine HOWARD b. Aug 13, 1857 d. before 1860; Edward HOWARD b. Jan 1858 m. Mary (Molly) SMITH; Laura (Tishie) Lintisha HOWARD b. Oct 25, 1860 m. Jesse Lee ROBERTSON; Martha Ann HOWARD b. abt. 1863 m. John (Bogie) E. LEWIS; William (Ham) Hamilton HOWARD b. abt. 1865 m. Lettitia (Tesa) SMITH. The 2 COUNTS's were brother and sister. The 2 MASTERS's were brother and sister. The 3 SMITH's were sisters. My Grandfather had a copy of the Coat of Arms that belonged to Joshua HOWARD, who came from England to Maryland.
I am looking for information on any TRIMBY's. It is a rare name. James Henry TRIMBY's Death certificate from Union County indicated that he was born in Morrow Cnty, 1853-58. Would like to hear from anyone who may know of any information on him or his father John TRIMBY or possibly his Uncle Henry TRIMBY. Also trying to find any information on Charles TRIMBY born in Medina per Civil War record, he was listed in the 1880 Rush Twp census with his son George age 2. .
Searching for siblings and other family members of Elisha and Rhoda BROWN. They were in Marion County, OH in the 1830 Census and remained there until the mid 1850's,then removed to Cedar Co. IA where Elisha died in 1868. Rhoda moved to Greene County, IA where she died in 1880. Both Elisha and Rhoda were born and married in PA. Elisha BROWN was a Justice of the Peace in Marion County. Known children are Zenas, Ebennezer, Permelia, Elizabeth and Marilla. I think there is at least one other daughter. I know that there were a good many BROWN families in the area and feel that they were probably related.
My husband was born on September 13, 1970 in Mt. Gilead (Morrow County Hospital). He was put up for adoption and was adopted by a family in Mt. Vernon, Ohio, Knox County. We have seen the hospital in Mt. Gilead and can't imagine that many babies are born there each day and wonder if anyone knows anything about a little boy born there on 9/13/70. No info from adoptive parents. He was told his mother was an unwed teenager. Can we search records at the hospital there or is this not allowed? Any info is greatly appreciated.
Looking for information on my g-g-g grandparents, Elisha B. (1830-1890) and Susan Elizabeth (1840-1900) GLEASON and their daughter, Hattie GLEASON of Morrow Co. Elisha was possibly born in Vermont or New Hampshire and Susan in Alabama. Hattie was probably born in Morrow Co. The family lived in or had connections to Cardington, Chesterville, New Winchester, and Mt. Gilead. Hattie GLEASON married Harvey M. GRANDSTAFF of Licking Co. Their daughter was Ilma Beatrice GRANDSTAFF LANGLEY, wife of William Shepherd LANGLEY, born in Mahoning Co. The couple resided in Lucas Co. Any info on the GLEASON family would be much appreciated. .
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