(Rootsweb/ancestry query board)
In the family of Joseph Hague b 1806 and died in Noble Co in 1894 married to Barbara Yoho, there were three children that died in the same year. The year of their deaths were in 1861. The vital records does not have information for this early year and I can't seem to find the newpapers for that year in the Noble area. Would anyone know of a paper to research for the 1861 that might possibly state why three children would die in the same year? The names of the three were John R. Hague age 20, Joshua (Jehu, Jawhue) Hague, age 12 and Isaac Hague age 9. Any help would be appreciated.
Mary C. McMann was 24 years old in 1880 and was the daughter of George and Eleanor McMann. At various times they lived in Elk, Jefferson, and Enoch Townships. Does anyone know who she married?
Is there a Palestine Cemetery in Noble County? I'm Looking for the possible burial place of John Wesley STARR and Cristina (BOWERSOCK) STARR. Thank you.
I am looking for information on Everett Allen. He was married to Etta ??He died around 1921. He had sons Oscar, Huey and Homer. He had a daughter Clara. Any information would be appreciated. Susie
Looking for Stephen WILSON, son of Joisah WILSON and Phebe DURNAL. Stephen was b. about 1852 in Perry County Oh. In 1880, he is shown in the Noble County OH Census in Williamsburg, married to Eliza MORGAN and living with her mother and father, Owen and Hannah MORGAN. With Stephen and Eliza is their son, Frank M., b. abt 1879. I have information on Stephen's ancestors and would like to correspond with anyone who has more information on this WILSON family or the MORGANS. email@example.com
BURRIS, CAIN, PECKINPAUGH, POLING, WILLEY, WOODS
I am trying to find more information on the Willey & Poling & Peckinpaugh families of Noble Co., OH. One connection I have found is Hattie Mae Willey m. Earnest Jefferson Pickenpaugh, 10 Aug 1901. Hattie Mae, b. 11 Dec 1879, in Sandwich, OH, d. 8 Mar 1829, buried Hoskinsville, OH. Hattie's parents were Curtis Willey & Mary Cain. The Willey's we are trying to connect to are: Lola Willey, wife of Wilbur Burris. (Lola, b. 16 Nov 1914 ) Lola's parents were Samuel Willey & EDNA POLING . Her siblings were Delmar Willey, Idela Willey & Opel Willey. Samuel's parents were Jefferson Willey & Idella Woods.. Would you have any information that might connect Curtis Willey to the other family?? A descendant of Curtis remembers Pickenpaugh/Willey reunions in Caldwell. His recollections include a cousin, Pat Peckinpaugh who "had a lot of children"... Any help in this search would be greatly appreciated. I have much on the Peckinpaughs, but nothing much on the Willeys, Cains, Woods, Burris' or the Polings.... Kind regards, Susan Bottom
Looking for parents of my Great Grandmother was Cynthia E. DAVIS, I don't know who her parents are, or where in Ohio she was born. I will tell you what little I know about Cynthia E DAVIS, maybe some reader will know which DAVIS family she belongs to. I have seen information on Cynthia that indicate different birth years, but I think it was between 1855 & 1862. she married Edward ALDEN of Salem Township, Washington Co Ohio on Mar. 18, 1877, (her age on marriage information states she is over 18, so birth was before 1859) Edward and Cynthia (DAVIS) ALDEN appear on the 1880 census in Jefferson Township, Noble Co Ohio, her age is listed as 25, birth place is given as Ohio. (making her birth 1855) She moved to Hamilton County IN by 1890, as she bought land in January, 1890 the 1900 census for Noblesville Township, Hamilton Co IN lists her as age 40, born in 1860 in Ohio her death cert. state she died May 15, 1935, at age 73, Marion Co Indiana (making her birth year as 1862) I would like to hear from other people researching DAVIS families of Noble Washington, and Morgan county areas. Thank you for any help. Priscilla
Looking for Rebecca Jane MOORE. She married Francis E. "Bruff/Brough" Poling in Noble County, Ohio in the late 19th century. Who were her parents? Their oldest son, Henry POLING was my great-grandfather, and he married Minnie Belva RUSSELL-GORDON in the early 1900's. Please help!!
Jewett MORRISON b about 1872, son Jewett or James H Morrison b. abt 1890 Harriettsville had a son James Ekkus MORRISON Need help with this line thank you, wife name Elizabeth DILLON.
Looking for information on Joseph Forshey and his wife Rosetta Gill Forshey (b 1863). In 1901 they were living in Meigs, Ohio. In 1908 they were living in Glenwood, Noble Co, Ohio when Rosetta's mother (Emely Davis Gill) died. I thing Emely might be buried in Glenwood cemetary.
GLENWOOD CEMETARY. Can anyone tell me where the cemetary for Glenwood is? It's possible I have ancestary buried there. I know that Glenwood is in the Northwest corner of Noble Co.
Looking for information on Sarah Melissa TIDD, Sarah was the wife of William TIDD. Sarah and William lived in Marion Twp, Noble Co, 1880. Sarah and William's fifth child Harry Allen TIDD was born 4th September 1879, in Marion Twp, Noble Co. ( Record of births, Probate Court, Noble Co, Ohio. Page 11. Sarah may have died in Marion Twp,after 1880 and before 1892. This person is my great grandmother.
Does anyone know what type of information is included in the following reference that is in the list of holdings of the Caldwell library? Is the information of veterans statewide or more local? Does it include the unit that the veterans served with? "Young American Patriots, World War II, Ohio." 1947. 1175 pgs
Looking for any info on Look, Sly and Tuttle families in Noble Co. Thank you ~Sue
I am searching for names and dates of any Walters, most importantly, my Great-Gr Grandfather, Ford Sumnter Walters and wife Rebecca Goodwill. They lived in Noble County around Harrietsville and they are buried in Creigton Ridge Cemetery in Monroe County. Any one with a listing of Walters Burial in this cemetery please contact me. Thanks!!!!!!!!
What hours is the Caldwell Library open for business?
I am searching for imformation regarding my maternal grandparents, Paul and Susanna(GOS)STASKO, who lived in Florence in the 1920s and 30s. They are buried in the Mt. Olive cemetary and came to the US via Pittsburgh from Austria-Hungary (Slovakia). Paul arrived in Ellis Island on 1/16/06 at the age of 17. He was born in Hoszumeyo, Austria-Hungary. I have no information on Susanna's family. My mother, Elizabeth Stasko, was the last of 9 children born to Paul and Susanna. Most of the family died of TB in the early 30s. My mother was raised by Dick and Helen Davis of Sarahsville. She married Jack M. Franklin of Whigville. I would love to trace this branch of my family further. any information would be most helpful. Thank you!
Would like to hear from John Hoskinson & Martha Love's descendants in Elk tp. Noble co. He s/o John Hoskinson & Theodosia Shreeves. Chr. sre Mary (William Orr), Grover Cleveland, Clyde, Edith md. a Hesson, Anna md. a Needs & Minnie. John Arthur, son, 1894-1917. Have some family members, but any & all help will be appreciated. Thank you. Karen
Desperatly seeking death dates for John Robinson and Mary (Morgan) Robinson, both died in Noble Co, probably Beaver twp, and may be burried in the Old Batesville Cemetery along with Johns parents, who were James Robinson and Mary (Cavender) Robinson. John was born in 1814 and Mary was born in 1815, Im pretty sure they both died after 1870. Ill be more than happy to help out anyone researching any of the names listed below and any other related ones I have.
Seeking data on Samuel COOPER family in Noble Co (Monroe) beginning about 1837. It is believed he and his wife Benza RUTHERFORD arrived from Ireland in 1831 with their first 6 daughters. A 7th daughter was born in Cleveland in 1835 and then a son, Samuel Jr in Monroe Co in 1837. Louise COOPER m. a McCLINTOCK, Mary Ann COOPER m. George KELLER, Jane COOPER m. Joseph DAVIDSON, Rebecca COOPER m. Abraham LANDIS, Frances COOPER m. Peter MOORE, Sarah COOPER m. Michael MOORE, Susan COOPER m. x 2 - Apollo MORRIS (died in Civil War) then William HENDERSON, Samuel COOPER, Jr m. Cynthia WILSON. Many lived in or near Ava, OH. Have much data to share but need info on Louise. Also have census, Obits, etc but cannot find a burial or obit or death record for Samuel Sr and Benza (is that a nickname?).Know Samuel d. before 1870 and Benza d. After 1880. donated some COOPER data to the Noble Co. Library and am trying to update info. Also have a vast amount of data on the family of Mason MARKS and descending families.
I am looking for information about Elizabeth "Lizzie" C. HARPER, the sister (perhaps half-sister)of my great-grandfather, David Monroe WALL. I know that she was living in the Dexter City area of Noble County in 1906.Her mother, Sarah Jane HOWARD, married John WALLS 28 Apr. 1864 in Lawrence County, Ohio. Sarah Jane died in Lawrence County as did John. (Note that the letter "s" was dropped from the spelling of WALLS.) I know nothing about this branch of my family and would appreciate any help.
Just received my husband's mother's death cert, and it lists Sharon, Ohio in Noble County as her place of birth. Her name was Vera "Sue" HOILMAN born to William HOILMAN and Mildred (possibly Margaret) MATLACK in 1916. Other children of that marriage were William V. and Donald F. HOILMAN. This family eventually came to Toledo, Ohio. I'm looking for any information anyone may have on this family while in Noble County.
Looking for information on Starr's from Noble County. Libian,Samuel,John, Friend, Emmett, Forest, I.P.Starr, Pard. Have very little information for Grace Rose Starr--lived in Cleveland, Ohio-- grandaughter of Charles Starr-believed to be from Noble County. Any information would be helpful.
I am looking for info on my grandfather James BURSON born in Noble County February 20, 1871 and on his parents James BURSON Sr. born in Smithville, Jefferson County< Ohio and Elizabeth Jane Mullen Burson. They moved to Noble county prior to 1861 and all the following children were born in that county. Wm. Hess, Clement Samuel, David Cox, Margaret Susannne, James Jr and Thomas Allen. The family later moved to Fredericktown, Knox County, Ohio. Any info will be very much apprecaited.
Looking for Samuel B. Depew b.1824 and married Margaret Johnston (b.1831) in 1862 or 1863 in Noble Co. Believe his parents may be James and Margaret Depew who are buried in Depew Family Cemetery in Wayne Twp., Noble Co. in mid 1800's. Samuel was also known as Suel, Sud S.P., and Briggs Depew. Their children were Stephen R., Melvin, Sarah Graham and Lucretia Porter. Would like to correspond with anyone interested in exchanging information.
Looking for (first name unknown)HUFFORD , mother of James G. STILTS,born February 17, 1863 in Noble County, Ohio. Father is Jos. STILTS according to marriage license of James G. STILTS. Believe Jos. to be James, not Joesph.
Looking for family data for Thomas JONES 1830, lived Beaver Township listed in 1830 census page 357. Trying to find his childrens ages. Suspect he may have been the father to our Elliott Steward JONES b 1822 would have been age @ 8. The family resided many years in same place. Children buried Old Batesville Cemetery.
Looking for Horace Doyle MILLHONE b. 8/16/1899 in Noble Co. Son of Horace Elbert MILLHON b. 2/19/1874 also, of Noble Co, and Mary C. Doyle. Horace Elbert was the son of Mansel Clay MILLHON(E) and Mary Elizabeth FINLEY. Mansel was b. 9/16/1846. Mansel's father was Enoch MILLHON b. abt. 1814. Mansel's mother I believe was Emily Gooderell.
Looking for information on Elizabeth YOHO who married James McGINIS,I don't know where she was from,I believe Noble County.James was born in Ireland,information from daughters death certificate.Their daughter was Julia,who married Samuel CLARK,son of William and Elizabeth LUKE-CLARK.Any information on Elizabeth and James would be appreciated.Dee
I'm looking for descendants of William & Meriah(Maria) BOWIE. They lived in Noble Co.-Morgan for several decades in the 1800's.Any help would be appreciated! Please write firstname.lastname@example.org Many thanks! Sincerely, Pam Drake
I would like for someone connected with the WATERS & HUTCHINS web page to contact me concerning Lorenzo TILTON married to Mary Orena HUTCHINS. Thank you.
Looking for info on parents of Elizabeth STEPHENS. b - 1801 in PA. Married Aaron MORRIS abt. 1829 in Monroe Co. Died 25 Mar 1887, Noble Co. Some children are Jonathan, Aaron...
Looking for infor on parents of Mary F. HARBIN. b-5 Jun 1839, in Monroe Co. Married Elijah King 19 July 1858 in Noble Co. d-2 July 1861, Noble Co.
Looking for information as to the father of Frederick MILLER who married Mary NISWONGER. Their daughter Caroline MILLER was born ca 1851. Caroline married Russell LEE. All individuals mentioned were residents of Noble County, Ohio during portions of their lives. Since Noble County wasn't formed until 1851, the names mentioned would have been early residents of Monroe County as well.
Searching for Dennis GIBBS, b 1790 in Sandwich, MA, moved to Waterville ME, then to Morgan Co, later Noble Co, OH about 1818. His son, Jonathan, my ancestor, was b 1815,Waterville. Jonathan married Katherine LUND, Aug. 17, 1837 in Washington Co, OH. The 1820 census has the family of Dennis living in Olive twp, McConnelsville. I would appreciate any information. Would appreciate any response.
William ROE was a resident of Elk Township, Noble County, Ohio and died in 1867 at the age of 34. His wife Anna Roe and family continued to reside in Elk Township after his death. Is William ROE listed in any of the Civil War lists for Noble County or other surrounding counties? He was the right age to have been a soldier in the Civil War.
Searching for G- Grandfather, John Thomas Cole, born in Guernsey Co., Quaker City?, Oct. 19, 1854. G-G-Grandfather William, wife Margarate. Half brother, Stephen Depue, half sisters, Sarah Graham, Cretia Porter and sister Jane Householder. A Mr. Bell, brought John Thomas to Illinois at the age of 7. I need help in finding them all. Sincerely, D. Cole in Illinois.[CC note: followup email stated this Noble Co. connection and additional information-Stephen Depue was from Martin's Ferry Jane Householder from Salesville Sarah Graham from Whigville Cretia Porter, Coal Ridge
Seeking info on Andrew Hardy STICKRATH. b. 9/15/1867 Washington Co, OH to Margaret HUGHES and Paul STICKRATH. Hardy is listed in 1870 Census in Noble co as a foster child while Margaret and Paul reside in Washington Co. Hardy married Ida GEARY and lived in Noble Co. Hardy's children were: Charles F. (married Mary Cuba PECKENPAUGH in 1919 - had Dale C 1924 and Mildred 1929), Carlos (moved to Muskigum CO), and Olive "Ollie", who married Clyde TEETERS. Charles F. Owned Stickrath Funeral Parlor in 1920's in Bell Valley. He embalmed crew of Shenandoah in 1924. Am looking for any info on this family or people researching them. I am grandson of Dale C. Stickrath.
Looking for any information on WILLIAM ELZA DAILEY, my g grandfather,born in Noble County about 1870.M CLARA COX in Ritchie County, WVaMuch appreciated.
Looking for information on a William KLIER Family who lived in Noble Co. in the 1850's. Please contact me by email if you have information: email@example.com
Looking for John MOORE b. 1813 in PA. He moved with his wife Rachel (MILLER) b. 1816 in PA.to Noble County, Ohio. They had the following children: Debra E. b. 1833; Levin b. Aug. 5, 1839; Harvey b. June 10, 1841; Lydia b. 1850; Hannah b. 1851; Lucy E. b. 1853; William A. b. 1857; Thomas E. b. 1866 in IN; Henry S. b. 1868 in IN. I would like to correspond with anyone interested in exchanging information on this family.
Trying to catch up with the right Joneses. Looking for the siblings of John R(Robert?) JONES that family maintains in oral history. John R. JONES, b. Feb 1830 (PA/OH);m. Margaret NORTH 1851 OH; d. Jun 1923 Dickinson Co KS. Margaret was b. 1832 (OH), d. 1910. John was one of children of James and Elizabeth ROBINSON JONES. Mother, Elizabeth, died c. 1843. John apprenticed as blacksmith at age 13. John farmed in Washington and Noble Counties Ohio 1851-1861, and 1866- 1871. John served in the Civil War- enlisted 1861 Co. E, 77th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, imprisoned Camp Tyler TX after Battle of Marks' Mills April 1864 till released Feb 65 and discharged at Brownsville TX 1866. Children b. to John and Margaret in Marieta area: James E. 1854, Miles and Harriet 1856, Jane 1859, Amos 1861, Mary 1866, and Willism 1870. 1871-Family moved to Dickinson County, Kansas, where John began a business in 1882 manufacturing the Jones Windmills. I am descended from Amos and Henrietta ZIEGLER JONES. Henrietta is the daughter of John B. and Comfort Elizabeth WILSON JONES. Research is progressing, though slowly. Will share information.
Looking for information on EDWARDS family of Noble Co. around 1860. Thomas Edwards was the father of my g-grandfather, Richard Lee EDWARDS, born March 16, 1860, in Noble Co. Would like to exchange information on this family.
Searching for ancestory for Harvey Moore (b) June 10 1841 in Noble Co Ohio. Married Sara J. Neal (b) Feb. 7 1849. He served in Ohio Infantry Co C. They are buried in Lanan Ridge Cemetery, Brown County, Jackson Twp., Indiana. His parents were John Moore (b) 1813 in Pennyslvania and Rachel Miller (b) 1816 in Pa.
Searching for information on Sampson Harris of the 30th Ohio Volunteer Infantry (Civil War). Sampson was a medal of honor recipient for heroism in Vicksburg, Mississippi on May 22, 1863. Also would like to hear from anyone who had an ancestor in the 30th OVI as I am researching the entire unit and intend to write the regimental history. Thanks, David Hayes
Looking for information on George GALASPIA who died on January 4, 1861 in Caldwell, Noble Co., Ohio. I believe that he was buried in the Ogle Ridge Cem. and at the time of his death, he was married to Sarah SWAILS (SWALES), marriage date of Sept. 12, 1842. I have a copy of his will, I need a copy of his obit if it is available.
FOREMAN, JARVIS, VAN DYKE
Looking for descendants of Luther VAN DYKE. Luther VAN DYKE b: Abt. 1802, his son John Alexander VAN DYKE b: 1836 in OH, md Isabella FOREMAN JARVIS b 1842 in OH, m: April 22, 1860 in Noble Co., OH. Their daughter June Frances VAN DYKE b: September 12, 1870 in Owen Co., IN d: August 14, 1934 in White Hall, Greene, IL.
Looking for gg-grandfather, George C. Sly b.1829 Ohio. Married Julia A. Look 1848 Olive Twp, Morgan Co. Now Olive Twp. Noble Co. Julia A."Look" Sly buried South Olive Cem. Noble Co. Trying to find out what happened to gg-grandfather George Sly/any Sly family connection. Thank you, ~Sue
Looking for any information on James Urban ORR, died in 1942 or 1943. Buried in Sarahsville. Cemetary supposedly donated to Sarahsville by Orr family. Parents were Fred and Effie Orr. Married to Mary Ellen Stevens whose parents were Apollo and Ellen Jane. Also looking for any information on them.
Anyone having information on these Batesville Families, get in touch with me.
Nancy ADCOCK married Henry GORE, Jr. on September 29, 1853, in Noble Co.They had three children and moved to Grant Co., Wisconsin. They are listed in 1855 Grant Co. census. After that, I can find no records for Nancy and the children. Henry married again and remained in Grant Co. the remainder of his life. I am wondering if Nancy and Henry divorced, and she and the children may have returned to Noble Co. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thank you. Carl Adcock
ROSSITER,Thomas Llewellyn,b,1820 wife Elizabeth Wilson.I am seeking the names of their children.ROSSITER,Abijah and his wife Elizabeth Youngblood.I need the names of their children. I believe the Rossiter family lived in Sarahsville, Ohio
I received a request for information of the Cozzens family of Noble County from Janet Britton, but I don't have the email address.
My grandfather, William Milton West, appears with his mother, father and sibblings in the 1860 Noble County, Jefferson Twp. Census I can not find him or his family prior to 1860.His parents are John and Rosanna. Does anybody know which county Jefferson Twp. was in prior to the creation of Noble County. I think it was Monroe or Washington but am not sure.
Searching for information on Alexander MORRIS. Born abt 1824 in Pa., but in Noble Co. on the 1860-70 census. Wife Elizabeth, son Alexander W. and a daughter Martha are all I know. Children are consistantly listed as "Morrison" but he as "Morris". Any input would be greatly appreciated.
Date of query: Sat Feb 10 17:20:21 2001
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Looking for parents of Vilinda Thorissa BROTTON and Virgil M BROTTON. Vilinda married in Noble Co on 15 Feb 1866 to Shamgar Morris. Virgil died 13 Dec 1922, buried in Jennings Cemetery, Noble Co.
Date of query: Fri Feb 9 22:10:17 2001
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My g-g-g-grandfather John Aves YOUNG was a Corporal in Co. D of the 20th OVI during the Civil War. He enlisted 6Aug1862 in Gallipolis and died 30July1863 in Nashville, Tenn. from dysentery. I am looking for others who are researching members of this regiment. I would especially like to contact someone with access to pictures. John Aves YOUNG lived in Noble County, along with his wife Mary FRANKLIN YOUNG. They had been married in Monroe County in 1846. They had eight children: Clark Ambrose (who also died in the war), Martha, Nathan Franklin, Martin, Julia A.(my g-g-grandmother), Columbus C., William Harvey, and George S.
ROBINSON of Williamsburg/Batesville. Am looking for info/descendants of James ROBINSON. Born abt. 1812 in VA/PA/or OH. Married Rebecca Robertson (?) about 1834, probably in Guernsey Co. He appears in the 1840 and 1850 census in Beaver Twp, Guernsey Co. In 1851 this became Noble Co. From then until his death on Apr 12, 1885 he lived in Williamsburg (now Batesville) in Noble Co. Usual occupation was that of a Cabinet Maker. Buried with his wife in the New Batesville Cemetery. Children: Mary E. (b. 1835), Sarah Jane (b. 1837), Jane (b. 1840), John W. (b. 1842), Ann (b. 1845), Harriet R. (b. 1848), Joseph M. (b. 1852), Arabella (Arie) (b. 1855), Sobra E. (b. 1857), and Robert L. (b. 1859). I am descended from Arabella (Arie) who married neighbor George BETTS.
LYNUM. Am looking for info/descendants of Elizabeth LYNUM. Born Nov. 20, 1820, probably in eastern Ohio (Guernsey Co. or Noble Co.) Married Christopher BETTS about 1837, probably in eastern Ohio (Guernsey?). Appear in Beaver Twp, Guernsey Co. in 1840 and 1850 census. This became the town of Williamsburg by the 1860 census and is now located in Noble Co. Known children: Jane (b. ca. 1837), Sarah (b. ca. 1839), William (b. ca. 1842), John (b. ca. 1844), James (b. ca. 1849), George H. (b. 1853), and Elijah (b. ca. 1857). All were born in Ohio, probably now-Noble Co. Elizabeth died Dec. 5 1894 in Williamsburg (now Batesville) and is buried with her husband in the Lutheran Cemetery in Batesville (aka Old Batesville Cem.) On the 1840 Guernsey census there is a William LYMAN [age 50-60] also living nearby. (Father?) In 1850 Guernsey census there is a Samuel LYNUM living closeby of the age of 29. (Brother?) I am a descendant of George who married Arabella (Arie) BETTS also of Williamsburg.
BETTS in Williamsburg/Batesville. Am looking for info/descendants of Christopher BETTS. He was born Feb. 8, 1814 probably in PA or MD. Married Elizabeth LYNUM ca. 1837 probably in eastern Ohio. Appear in Beaver Twp, Guernsey Co. in 1840 and 1850 census. This became the town of Williamsburg by the 1860 census and is now located in Noble Co. Known children: Jane (b. ca. 1837), Sarah (b. ca. 1839), William (b. ca. 1842), John (b. ca. 1844), James (b. ca. 1849), George H. (b. 1853), and Elijah (b. ca. 1857). All were born in Ohio, probably now-Noble Co. Christopher was a wagoner/teamster/drayman. Chris died on April 20, 1875 in Williamsburg (now Batesville) and is buried with his wife in the Lutheran Cemetery in Batesville (aka Old Batesville Cem.) Has a brother, Joseph, and parents Christian and Martha BETTS also buried in same cemetery. Parents have BETS on headstone; he and his brother haveBETTS. I am a descendant of George who married Arabella (Arie) BETTS also of Williamsburg.
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