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Sally & Bradley Clark, Jan. 5, 2001 - CLARK, SIGG
Harold H. CLARK b 6/24/1897 Stryker, OH to Charles CLARK and Hannah SIGG. Siblings for Harold are Donald,
Dorothy & Lenore. I don't know if they were born in Stryker or not. I just got this lead on where Harold was born! Such fun!
Don Shafer, Jan. 6, 2001 - TOWN(S), RHODES
James Town died in William county Aug. 10 1926 and is buried in Quaker Cem. Brady township. Can someone send me an obit?
Need to know if his father is Jason Towns and mother Mary Rhodes. Thank you.
Mary Ellen, Jan. 8, 2001 - FRANKS
I am looking for information on my great aunt Jennie Franks who lived in Montpelier, Ohio. I believe I have found a death date of
March 24, 1913, but am looking for information a to place of burial, husband's name and any children.
Floyd Chio, Jan. 10, 2001 - CAPPER, LERCH
I know my g-grandparents Luther Phillip Lerch and Mary Elizabeth Capper were married in Defiance 29 Dec 1874.
Luther died Toledo, OH 16 Jan 1927 and per his obit was buried in Defiance. Do not know where, would appreciate
any help if someone has a cemetery listing. Also would love to know if anyone has any other info on either Luther or Mary's
families. I know Luther was born PA ca 1848 and Mary was born Van Wert Co,OH ca 1854, but have been unable to
find either set of parents or any siblings. Their son, Wayne Adam Lerch was born Edon, Williams Co, OH, 4 Dec 1892,
so not sure if their families lived in Defiance or Williams counties at the time. Any help would be greatly appreciated and
am more than happy to share info on what I do have.
Tony White, Jan. 11, 2001 - FESLER, St. JOHN
Looking for descendants of Burr St.JOHN in NW Township, Williams Co. Known children Laura (1860?), Almira (1862?),
Edwin (1866?), and Lucinda (1868?) 1st wife Hettie FESLER (1839-1876); 2nd wife Athelinda unknown (m. c1898). Thanks!
DbakedMax@aol.com, Jan. 14, 2001 - BAKER, GILBERT, JAY, ROGERS, WEASNER
My BAKER line has proved hardest of all. Williams Co., OH Marriage data William Moses Baker & Florence Weasner c 1898
Divorce record William Moses Baker & Florence Baker Marriage data Florence Baker & Everett Jay Birth Record Florence
Weasner c 1882 Siblings ? Birth Record Kenneth Wayne Baker c 1899 Siblings? Birth Record William Snyder Baker c 1818
Columbiana Co, OH Death Record William Snyder Baker & Priscilla Baker Any info at all on Eugene S Rogers 1864-1931 &
his wife, Susannah B (Gilbert) Rogers 1863-1924
HOSTGFSNance@aol.com, Jan, 14, 17 & 21, 2001 - FOLK, SHELLHART, etc.
Does anyone else who is in Williams County have any FOLKs who are descendants of Jacob Isaac and his wife ? I have Elizabeth
Folk who had disappeared before her father died and her daughter, my Great Grandmother Sarah Elizabeth Shellhart Cripliver
Harbaugh was there to receive it. Her father was Daniel Shellhart. I am looking for Information on Isaac Jacob or Jacob Isaac
FOLK of West Jefferson Twp in Williams County and his family, Elizabeth? last name? daughter Elizabeth m. to Daniel Shellhart.
Aaron, Daniel and other siblings. I have some information sent to me about Daniel and Sara Kintigh from Milton Cook in California.
I had heard this story that my Great Grandmother's Elizabeth FOLK's sister was abducted by Indians and that she was 11 when
this happened. Does anyone know if there was any newspaper articles about it. Sorry I have no idea when it happened. Also had
heard that Elizabeths father died while he was looking for her. What tribes were around out there in Williams county in the 1820s
am thinking that also they might have taken Elizabeth also since she had disappeared when her fathers will was read.
Bill Cooley, Jan. 17, 2001 - DOWNS, ROGERS, SHIFFER
Seeking information on the following marriage: Christopher SHIFFER md. Mary Jane DOWNS on 25 March 1866. Is this Mary
DOWNS the daughter of Charles Grafton DOWNS and Sarah ROGERS who lived in Williams Co, from 1855 on? My Mary
DOWNS was born in 1844 in Ohio.
Pat Kennedy, Jan. 18, 2001 - AMSBAUGH, OSMUN/OZNAN, ALLEMAN, GILMER/GLEIM, BERG
amuel Amsbaugh (1822 PA - 1891 OH) son of Adam and Tena Amsbaugh md Adaline Osman/Oznan (1837 NY - )
dau of Israel Osman and Sarah ----- son Valentine Amsbaugh b 22 Mar 1854 West Unity, Wm's Co, OH d 16 Mar 1914
Bottineau, ND md Elizabeth Alleman b Jan 1857 d father Josiah Alleman (1830 PA - 1903 Wm's Co, OH) father John Alleman
mother Sarah Gilmer/Gleim (1834 - 1874) dau Amanda Lodena Amsbaugh (1882 Wm's Co, OH - 1953 Wash.) md
Charles M. Berg (1881 Norway - 1961 Wash.)
Lori, Jan. 21, 2001 - CALLENDER, OXENRIDER
I am looking for the parents of Alophair/Alophain Callender, born 12-1-1824 in Fayette County, Ohio, died 6-3-1902, buried
in Lisbon, ND, married Joseph Oxenrider 8-11-1844 in Williams County, Ohio. Any information on her family would be greatly appreciated.
Sally Clark, Jan. 28, 2001 - CLARK
I am researching my husbands CLARK line.
g-father Harold H. Clark
gg-father Charles H. Clark
ggg-father Daniel S. Clark
gggg-father Harvey D. (Henry) Clark
All these men are either born or buried in Williams Cty, OH
Alleen-Marie Coke, Jan. 28, 2001 - JOHNSON, SAWYER, ZINN
I, too, have been looking for any leads on my ggggrandfather, JOHN JOHNSON, Jr., who married Anna SAWYER
3 April 1844 in Williams County - probably in St. Joseph Township, where her parents, Prescott SAWYER and Zervia
LAMB SAWYER lived from 1836 to 1844, when they moved to Wisconsin. My John JOHNSON, Jr. was born
1 Sept 1819 in Jackson Co. OH. His parents were John JOHNSON, Sr. and Christina ZINN, possibly the daughter
of a Nicholas ZINN. The 1880 Census gives John, Sr.'s birthplace as PA and Christina's as Ohio. I have no other
information about them. John,Jr. and Anna moved to Madison, Wisconsin in 1847 and lived there many years. They had
2 children in Ohio, Zervia M. and Watson W.. Six more children were born after their move to Wisconsin. I'd be delighted
if any of this sounds familiar to Williams Co. searchers.
Coreena L. Johnson Arena, Jan. 29, 2001 - JOHNSON, JENNINGS
My Grandfather started this family tree, and said to start in Williams County. He traced our family back to the 17th century
and told us to start in Williams County, 4 miles west of Montpelier, Ohio. They received their mail from Montpelier, Oh.
From what we understand some of the decendents still live in the same houses. Levi was born in England. Children of Levi and
Mary (JENNINGS) JOHNSON: Jessie, Gracie, William, Leroy, Simeon, Mary Ellen, Grace, Mabel, Neva, Ravia, Mary, Harley
Williams County: Jessie Johnson b 4/21/1837 d 5/20/1899
Gracie Barnett Johnson(wife) b 5/8/1844 d 2/11/1904,
William D. Johnson b 11/8/1863 d 8/23/1962
Jessie Blue Johnson b 3/22/1868 d 12/7/1957
All the above names listed we need dates and so forth They were living in Montpelier, Ohio. Their parents Levi & Mary Jennings
Johnson were born in the 1700's. Levi was my Great-Great-Great-Great Grandfather
Carole McKean Meredith, Jan. 31, 2001 - MASTERS, WALTERS, SACHER, McKEAN
Researching Justin Masters b. ? France m. Mary Walters d. 1888 in Edgerton, O. His wife & son Justin Jr. are buried in the
Catholic cemetary in Edgerton, but we cannot find his grave or information on him. His children were Justin A. ; Frank A.; John P.;
Catherine S. Sacher and Edith Marie McKean (my Grandmother) Any info would be much appreciated.
Ida, Feb. 7, 2001 - HENRY, RITCHEY
Hello... I have been trying to locate Abraham's grandparents... Abraham and his wife Lucy are in the 1850 census 'next door'
to his parents Isaac Ritchey and his wife, Drucilla [Henry]. I am a descendant of another one of his sons, Jacob Ritchey
who went to Oregon. I would love to hear from you and see if we can help each other. Abraham and Lucy are listed as having
a couple of children Mary, and a son Jacob. I look forward to hearing from you!
Jim Brainerd, Feb. 16, 2001 - ALLEN, FETTERS
I am researching the Abraham ALLEN and Levi FETTERS' families.
Don Brunkhart, Feb. 17, 2001 - BRUNKHART
I am researching the Brunkhart family and I found an entry for Ann Brunkhart, wife of Solomon. The notes said that you
contributed the information for the Clarksville Cemetery in Williams County, Ohio. I'm interested in the headstone just prior
to the Ann Brunkhart entry. ---?---, Solomon A., son of ?, died Mar.?, 1855, child's stone. I thought you might be interested
in an entry in my family tree for one of Solomon and Ann Brunkhart's children. Solomon Brunkhart, b1855 d 11/2/1855 at
two months of age.
Michael Naughton, Feb. 20, 2001 - BETZ, MANON
I am trying to find anything on Elizabeth Betz. She may have been born 1834 in PA and married Jacob Manon abt. 1855 in
Superior Twp Williams Co. Ohio. However I don't seem to be able to find anything to substantiate this. Is there anyone who
would be willing to do a look up this for me. By the way she had a daughter b.Jan 3 1859 in Williams Center
Kelso Fred, Feb. 26, 2001 - KELSO
Looking for info. on John and Martha KELSO. They were in Jefferson Twp. in the 1880 Census. They were married in Richland Co. OH
in 1854. Ch Mary, Albert Wm., Emma, Clara, Mattie, Edward, John, Clinton, Blanche, Harry, Lillian, Acenith. Is anyone else researching this family?
David Norris, Feb. 27, 2001 - NORRIS
Thomas NORRIS is enumerated in 1850 Williams Co., OH, St. Joseph Twp. census - age 38, with wife Nancy, age 33 - no children.
He's brother of Noah NORRIS, buried in Kearns-Skelton Cemetery. Their mother, Margaret, widow of Joseph NORRIS from
Wayne Co., is also there. By 1860 Thomas NORRIS, age 49, and wife Amanda. age 20, are in Seward Twp., Kosciusko Co. IN
census. This is the same man, but with a younger wife. Did 1st wife Nancy NORRIS die in Wayne Co.? Did Thomas remarry while
still in Williams Co. to Amanda?
Robert McLain, March 3, 2001 - McLAIN
I am looking for information on and descendants of William A. McLain who came to Williams County in late 1840 or 1841.
He had quite a large family and many of them had large families also. Some of the other surnames associated with this line are
Braley, Glaze, Swager, Myers and Smith. Specifically, Peter, Andrew and Lester Smith. I would love to share information
s I have quite a bit on the McLain family.
brantleyjm, March 10, 2001 - CLINE/KLINE, GANO/GANOW
I am looking for Klines/Clines that lived in Williams Co. Ohio in the 1840 to 1860 time period. A William Kline born 17 Jul 1850
to John Kline and unknown wife. William showes up in the 1880 census in Indiana married to Sara Ganow/Gano. They married
in Pulaski Co. In., on 18 Oct. 1879. Need any Kline/Cline info in Williams Co. Oh. Any help?
Marilyn Smith, March 14, 2001 - ROBERTS
I am looking for CLAYTON ROBERTS and wife LENA JARDON ROBERTS. Lived in Williams County, Superior Twp.,
I believe and may have gone by Wm. CLAYTON ROBERTS from roughly 1905-1931. Lena came from Michigan, Branch Co.
and had four sisters. She is my great aunt.
everweav, March 16, 2001 - ECHLER, GRIM, ZIGLER
I am looking for information related to the parents of John Echler, b. 1852 in Williams Co. He married Ara An Zigler 2/2/1881.
They had two sons, Dwight Eldon Echler and Ford Echler. Dwight was born in December 1890 in Williams Co. and died in
December 1938 in Roswell, NM. Dwight married Besse Grim in Fremont, IN c. 1908 and they settled in Montpelier, OH,
where my mother was born in 1917. They moved to NM in 1921. I believe that John Echler's father may have been Henry Echler,
who may have come to Bryan in 1866. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Lucinda Osborne, March 16, 2001 - OSBORN, RAUSCH, HULL, etc.
Seeking any information of the family of Oscar and Alice Osborn of Stryker. Lived there in early 1900's, both died in 1930's. Also
looking for any information on brothers or sisters of Oscar's. Brother John A. Osborn married Dorothy L. Rausch and settled in
Montpellier. Oscar was the son of David and Catharine (Hull) Osborn of Henry County. Alice was the daughter of John O. Reed
and Mary Catherine Bauer Osborn who later married Edward Sinkey after John's death.
Robert A. Sager - Mar 20, 2001 STAFFORD, PATCH, DOOLITTLE, DOTY
Does anyone know anything about Lillian (Lilly) Newton STAFFORD? He was born in 1848 at Montpelier, Williams Co. Ohio.
His parents were Lilly STAFFORD and Susanne PATCH, both born near Dublin, Ireland or in England. Lillian (Lilly) Newton
Stafford married Clara Loretta DOOLITTLE, and my grandfather Newton Blaine STAFFORD was born in Montelier in 1884.
Other children in this family were Lillian Vern, Nora May, and Linnie Lucina.
William L. Smith, March 23, 2001 - PRESTON, MILLER
I am interested in obtaining detailed information about businesses operating in Bryan between to write a family history story about
a wedding on 21 March 1871 between James P. Preston and Ellen Rebecca Miller. I would like to know as much as possible
about the community, events, places, people, weather, activities, that might have been going on during this period. James came from
Montana in the fall to visit with his family. While in the community, he met and married Ellen, the daughter of farmer (and banker?)
John (and his wife, Rebecca) Miller. They left immediately for their homestead near Deer Lodge, Montana Territory. (They are
my 2nd great-grandparents, by the way.) Would like photocopies of newspapers, including ads, activities, etc. Anything from the
period appreciated. Can send printed info to Bill Smith, P. O. Box 2003, Emporia, KS 66801. Even a single page each sent by
several people would be nice. Willing to share copies of writing, if interested. Obviously interested in contact with other researchers
of these and any nearby families, also, of course. Thanks for anything you can send.
CWill52@aol.com, March 24, 2001 - NOLAN
Francis L. Nolan - Lived in Defiance, Ohio in 1860. Died on Feb 29, 1884. We are trying to find out where he died and was buried.
Have checked Defiance Co. with no success.
Walter Sprague, March 25, 2001 - SPRAGUE
Looking for Joseph and unknown Wheeler his wife. They were born in the 1820's.He's listed in the Williams CO. 1840 Census page 239.
Carol Sorden Watson, , April 2, 2001 DICKSON, PERKEY
I am researching the DICKSON family of Columbiana, Williams, Defiance co OHIO and Steuben CO. Indiana.
Joseph DICKSON married SUSANNA PERKEY, and later married Magdalena. Last found 1880 Defiance ,
Hicksville TWP. Ohio. Any help appreciated very much.
Mary Fox, April 5, 2001 - GUTHRIE, COOK, HOLLINGSHEAD, SPRAGUE, STREVER, BARBER, JONES, BURDICK, WARTENBE, DAWSON
The family names are James Timothy Guthrie & wife Mary Hollingshead; Joseph C. Sprague & wife Naomi (Cook) Strever (widow of Robert Anson Strever); Preston Barber & wife Anna (widow of Samuel Cook, mother of Naomi above & Rachel next); Lewis and Rachel (Cook) Burdick; James T. Guthrie's parents and siblings also lived in Williams Co. They were William Guthrie and Rachel Jones; James' father died there, as did brother Thomas and brother David. Naomi Strever to Joseph C. Sprague, 29 Aug 1850, Springfield Tp, Williams Co., OH. She was formerly Naomi Cook, married 03 July 1832 Greenfield Tp., Saratoga Co., NY to Robert Anson Strever who died in the Mexican War. I had an email recently from Lolita Guthrie of the Guthrie Family Assn. saying research (archaeological) was being done in Williams Co. reference James T. Guthrie's original claim and settlement. Interesting! My neighgbor, a mile down the hill, is a Wartenbe descendant... from a brother to Isaac Wartenbe that married Eliza Guthrie, nee Dawson, widow of Thomas Guthrie... small world!
J. William (Bill or Billy) Linker, , April 17, 2001 - CRAWFORD, FERGUSONMy Mother (Wilma Winona Crawford) was born in Williams County on May 15, 1903. Her twin brother was Wilbur Walter Crawford. She always understood that no record of her birth was available because the courthouse in Bryan had burned down destroying all records. Her older sister (Harriet Rhoda Crawford) was born in September 1900 on her mother's birthday. Her younger sister Verde Crawford was born in 1905. I understand their parents (William Walter Crawford and Lucina Ferguson) were related to the earliest settlers in William County. The families lived in and around Montpelier. Reunions were always held at Nettle Lake. William Walter left school at an early age to work on his father's traveling sawmill. He had a brother, George Washington Crawford. This was not George's birth name. He changed it. Lucina had a brother Jim and sisters named Mary and Nettie. Mary's married name may have been Ranier(sp). Lucina had a relative (male? or female?) that became a doctor and married a doctor. They left Ohio and went to Missouri to become country doctors in the Ozarks. William Walter and Lucina bought an 80 acre farm in Reading, MI in about 1905. They spent the rest of their days there with the exception of winters spent with Harriet in Fort Wayne, IN. My Grandmother, Lucina died at the farm. My Grandfather, W.W. Crawford died in Fort Wayne. I would have to research dates of these deaths. It sounds like early Williams County data has been lost again. If any Crawford or Ferguson relative becomes known I would like to correspond.
Ronald Lee Otis, , April 18, 2001 - OTIS, DAVY, SABIN I'm pretty well set for Otis family from Jesse Otis & Charlotte Davy back to Robert Otis & Margaret Sabin. I would like to expand my database to include more recent additions to the Otis family in Ohio. Will gladly exchange info.
Shelly Groves, , April 20, 2001 - HUFFMAN, BABINGER I am doing research on my family surnames and have hit a snag. My GreatGrandfather John A Huffman married Anna Sophia Babinger I believe both from Willaims county.I know my mother and her mother were born in Bryan. I can not find anything at all on the Babinger's in Ohio. Can you give me any info on Anna Babinger her Father Louis who I know came from Germany/France and her Mother Magdalena (I believe Louis and Magdalena married here in the US). Any help on the Babinger name would be greatly appreciated.
Barb, , April 20, 2001 - DRUM, WATKINS German researcher seeking to make connection with descendants of Katharina DRUM who married Christian/Christopher WATKINS in 1861, either in Williams or Fulton Co. Katharina was the daughter of Adam DRUM who immigrated from Germany between 1842 and 1860. Any information on this family is appreciated.
Joyce Campbell-Layman, , April 22, 2001 - BUTLER, BRINKMAN James L. Butler,b.4/13/1812,MD,d.4/1/1892 Williamns Co,OH;m. (1) Sarah, b. MD, had following known children in Seneca Co,OH MaryC,b.abt1838; Margaret A, b.abt1840; Sarah J,b.abt1842; Rebecca A, b. abt1844; Delilah, b.abt.1845;William,1850(2mos); James m.(2)Catharine Brinkman , b. 5/19/1835, Baden, Germany; d.2/12/1921,OH in Seneca Co,OH,and had the following children in Williams Co, OH Charles Ellsworth,b.2/5/1876,d.2/4/1930; Sylvester,b.7.5.1877,d.8/11/1877; Thomas J. , b. 6/14/1872; William, b.1860; Martin, Benjamin Franklin,b.2/26/1866, d.7/28/1936,Montana; George A. , b. 1868, d.June 1949,Hillsdale Co,MI; Lewis Butler; John E. Butler; Infant female did not survive. I would welcome information on any of these families, particularly parents of James and Sarah, and descendants of both families.
Audrey Bunce Heidenreich, April 26, 2001 - WALTERS I am looking for information regarding parents of Joseph B. WALTERS born 1855-58 in Ohio. He was living in Williams Co. 1870-1900. Buried in Riverside Cemetery in Montpelier, Ohio.
Also looking for information regarding parents of Jacob and Henry WALTERS, born 1848 and 1855 in Ohio. Living in Williams Co. in 1870 1900. Thanks for any help. Jacob was my Grandfather.
Karen Rinnert Parsons, April 29, 2001 - BRACE, SPRAGUE, KING, STUBBS, STRONG, PRETTYMAN, BRILL I'm looking for the Luther BRACE and Elizabeth (Betsey) SPRAGUE BRACE marriage.... Have found that there was a Lewis King in (near Ballston Spa and South Greenfield)) North Milton, Saratoga County, NY. He born about 1795 (so of the same generation as Betsey). He died Jan 26, 1858 age 63 years, and buried in same place as wife Cynthia. He married Cynthia --b. 1796, died 1868, and buried same place as Lewis King. They had two children who died young: Sally King, b. 1827, and d. 1838, Calvin King, b 1830 d 1831, age 1 year, 2 mos.
They also evidently had another daughter....Frances. Frances m. in Feb 1860 John J. Brill b WIlton, NY 15 May 1827 ...The reference says Frances, daughter of Lewis King, who was one of the earliest settlers of the town of Greenfield, in Saratoga County, NY"....married John J. Brill in 1860...It doesn't mention any other Lewis King at these times, in this county....at least that I have been able to find. Wilton, by the way isn't too far from Milton, in Saratoga Co, NY.....I don't have any of my files right in front of me, but this area is the same place where the Strong and Sprague families were. I believe somehow the Brace's were involved here for a short time.
1790- Strong, Sprague and King families were in Saratoga Co, near Ballston Spa and Saratoga at this time.
- need to check these next 3 time frames for who was where and when...1800 1810 1820
1830 - Luther Brace was here, with Solomon Sprague in Deleware Co, Porter Twp, Ohio. So was Lindenberger family. Solomon's sister, Phoebe Sprague Barber was here, as was Solomon's brother Festus Sprague, before he left to go to Utah with the Mormons.
Children living with Luther and Betsey Sprague King Brace
---Mary Ann Brace b. ca 1824....Married John Stubbs.
---Ezeke Issac (or known as E C, or Issac ) born 10 October 1828, North of Albany
--Ebenezer - born ca 1831 (this is what I believe to be my line...)
--James b ca 1832 OH and died 1867
1834 Solomon goes with grandson Lewis King Jr to Williams Co, Ohio.
5 Dec 1835 Luther and Betsey married before Solomon's death, as they were named in Solomon's will as married.
NOTE: Lewis King, Jr. married Jane Prettyman in Williams Co., OH (buried in Boynton Cemetery, Springfield Twp.)
Ken, April 30, 2001 - DRAPER Searching for information about William Draper known to be living in Cooney, Williams County, Ohio in the late 1800s and perhaps early 1900s. Also lived in Toledo about 1880. Born in 1842. Originally from Chittenango, Madison County, New York. Served in the NYSV 157th Reg during the civil war.
Janet T. Newman, May 1, 2001 - STOUGH, REDDING Eleanor (Mickey) Stough, widow of George W. Stough (1826-1863) is reported to have married her brother in law, William Stough II, widower of Sarah Ann Redding (1819 - 1864). Both couples were marrried in Richland Co. OH. The William Stough II family moved to Williams Co. OH. In 1869 he was Mayor of Bryan. Evidently also involved in various commercial ventures. The George W. Stough family moved to Whitley Co. IN and both parents are buried there. George W. Stough's death in the Civil War reported in Williams Co. newspaper. However Eleanor Stough and children were missing in the 1870 Whitley Co. IN census. The family returned to Whitley Co. and the children married Whitley residents around 1880. No record of the marriage of widow Eleanor (Mickey) Stough to widower of William Stough II has been located. Moreover neither Eleanor's biography nor her obituary mention the second marriage. Does anyone have any any information about this reported second marriage? If there is anyone with the 1870 census, could they check to see if Eleanor Stough is living with William Stough, residing in Bryan Williams Co. Have a great deal of information to share on this branch of the Stough family from Cumberland Co. PA
Bob Bowser, May 3, 2001 - BOWSER, KNECHT I am doing my family research on my ancestors IDA MAE BOWSER who married WILLIAM KNECHT in July 1893. I was wondering if anyone might have information on this family,if they lived in Williams County until their deaths.I found them in the 1910 census and was wondering if anyone might have further information or possibly related to them. Would appreciate any help.
Pam T, May 6, 2001 - BURNS, COTTER, BRIDER, WHEELER Researching the Burns family line of Williams Co., OH. These were descended through a WILLIAM BURNS - described as a "painter" - who first resided in Montpelier, OH. William married RUBY COTTER in 1907 - he is listed as 24 years old at the time (she as 19). His parents are listed as ALLEN & MARY J. (WHEELER) BURNS and Ruby's as JOHN & ELIZABETH (BRIDER) COTTER. Anyone out there researching the same line and interested in sharing information?
Steve Herman, May 15, 2001 - HERMAN, THIEL I would like to post a query for the family of John B. Herman who was married to Margaret Thiel They had elevan children ( George H, Michael, Emmela, Ellen, Louisa, John, Katherine, Bernerd, Frank Joseph, Paul and Elizabeth,). Also looking for the brother and sisters of John (Francis Xavier, Adam George, Joseph, Catherine, Madeleine, Marie Ann, Louise, Anthony.)
Caral Mechling Bennett, May 20, 2001 - PICKING, SNYDER, BATES/BETZ, PEACH, LYONS David PICKING, born 4 Jul 1849, Richland Co OH, s/o Christian & Maria (SNYDER) PICKING, came to Williams Co OH circa 1869-70, bringing his pride and joy - a threshing machine. Supposedly, one farm had a field so large, that it took him 1/2 day to get around. The family story is, that when he got to the BATES farm, he saw Huldah standing at the door, and decided right then, that she would be his future bride. She was the d/o Moses & Anna (PEACH) BATES (BETZ in PA), who had come from Summit Co OH. In Aug.1870, David appears on the Productions of Agriculture in Millcreek, Wms Co, Post Office Primrose OH, with 80 acres. This may have been the farm of his aunt, Susan (PICKING) LYONs. There is probably no further record of this family then, as sometime after 1870, David and Huldah moved to LaGrange Co IN, residing there and at Sturgis, St. Joseph Co., MI. Huldah died in Lima twp., LaGrange Co IN on 29 Feb 1892, age 38 yrs, due to childbirth complication, and is buried at Oaklawn Cem, Sturgis MI. David died 20 Sep 1910 at Howe, LaGrange Co IN, age 61 yrs, and is buried with Huldah at Sturgis MI.
Ken Dunlap May 22, 2001 - MATTESON, SIMONS I am looking for the grave of my GG Grandfather. His last name was Matteson, he would have died sometime after 1858 (probably between 1860 and 1870. Family records indicate he worked for the railroad in or around Bryan. His wife's name was Julia P. (Simons) Matteson and he had a daughter and a son (James Andrew and Anne Matteson). What I am seeking is his First Name and middle initial and any other information that you may have.
Patti Greenland, May 23, 2001 - SVOBODA, WOSIKA I am sending you my gr.grandparents name. They lived in Springfield (Twp.),OH, during the time period of 1868-1900. If you find anything on these names, please forward to me. thanks.
Frank and Mary Svoboda-Wosika
Shari Ladd, May 24, 2001 - COOK, BALDWIN, BRANDENBERRY, TOWN I am trying to do a little research on my husband's maternal grandmother's family. He father died when she was only a year old and we basically just have his name, along with the names of his mother and father. Grandma really wants to learn more about her family and I'm hoping someone can help me to get started. Thanks!
Catherine COOK born 14 March 1927
Father George Elsworth Cook (George Cook and Margaret Baldwin)
born 13 Sept. 1902
died 16 Sept 1928
married Iva Jane Brandeberry (Charley George Brandeberry and Catherine Town)
born 17 Jan. 1900
died 22 Jan 1996
MCQUEEN327, May 26, 2001 - McQUEEN, SNYDER, YEAGLEY, BOLEY, HOLMES, KNIPE Looking to confirm the name of the parents for William H. MCQUEEN. William is shown as a 6-year-old with his 4-year-old sister Adaline (Angeline) living with John J. and Elizabeth SNYDER in the 1860 Census of Clinton Township, Fulton County, Ohio. Adaline married Enos YEAGLEY. John and Elizabeth had two daughters in the 1850 Census who disappeared from the 1860 census. Only Hannah was old enough to be William's mother. William also married Roxie KNIPE May 5, 1878 in Williams County, Ohio. William's uncle James McQueen married Sarah Ann HOLMES. James is found in the 1850 Census of Clinton Township, Fulton County, Ohio living with Horace and Alvira BOLEY. Alvira's maidenname was HOLMES, and she was the sister of Sarah Ann HOLMES who married James MCQUEEN. James had two brothers who may have been my William H. MCQUEEN's father Henry and Oliver. I suspect Henry was William's father but have no proof. The MCQUEEN, HOLMES and BOLEY families are all from Onondaga County, New York. They came from New York across the "Lake Trail," to Fulton County, Ohio between 1837 and 1850. Answers may be in Fulton County or Williams County probate records.
Welovefishing, June 1, 2001 - DEW, WESTON, KNAPP Any information on James Hiram Dew who married Elizabeth Weston. Their daughter, Rachel Dew (my great-grandmother) born in Williams County 8-14-1840. James Hiram was the son of William Dew born 1776, died 1876 and Margaret Knapp. Any information would be appreciated.
Louise Enzler, June 1, 2001 - KELLEN Searching for any information on the name Kellen. Was told they were from West Unity Ohio. A.P. Kellen born in 1855 was my greatgrandfather. Seems to be no trace. His father could have had the same name--Arthur Preston Kellen. I would be forever greatful if anyone could find this connection.
Ken Beck, June 10, 2001 - BECK, BLUE, CALDWELL, HUGHES, STAUFFER I am searching for family connection with Flex Beck who married Anna Catherine Blue and is buried in Shiffler Cemetery. His sister Catherine married David Hughes and buried in West Buffalo Cemetery. His sister Marian married Clinton Stauffer and is buried in Brown Cemetery. I am great grand son of brother George Beck who married Cornelia Caldwell and is buried in Lick Creek Cemetery. Anyone have knowledge of family related to these individuals.
Dorris Smith, , June 16, 2001 - VanFOSSEN, SICKLES, SIMON Seeking information of Elizebeth VanFossen daughter of Joseph & Susannah Sickles VanFossen, born 1851 Williams Co. married Aaron Simon, child born 1873 Williams Co. Oh.
Terry Spear, , June 18, 2001 - HARDEN, PLANSON, ROUX Searching for information on the Planson and Roux family. Nora Planson and her husband, James Emile Roux, were buried in Stryker, Ohio in 1957. They had been living in Fort Wayne, Indiana where other Roux members of the family had settled. Both the Roux family and Planson families were originally from France. As of the date of Nora's death, she had a brother, George, and sister, Ida, still living in Stryker, Ohio. Ida died in Stryker in 1966. George died in 1962 in Columus, Ohio, but was listed as a resident of Williams County. He was married to Clara M. Harden in Fort Wayne, Indiana in 1901, but returned to Ohio with her. James Emile Roux was born in Ohio along with a brother, Henry. There may have been other siblings, but am still trying to locate them. James's obit lists Henry as living in Risingsun, Wood County. Have lots more information to share if anyone is related to these families.
Daniel Powers, June 19, 2001 - SALZGABER, WISE,SHADLE, RUBLE, HIBBARD/HIPPERT, TOWNS Looking for information on HIBBARDs or HIPPERTs of Fulton and Williams Cos. (William) Michael HIPPERT and wife Eva Marie SALZGABER were from Bucks Co, PA. Their children included John (b 1804), Lydia (b 1806), Sarah (b 1808), Jonathan Peter "JP" (b 1811), Catherine (b 1816), Samuel (b 1817), Isaac (b 1822), Maria (b 1822) and Henry (b 1825), all born in PA. The family moved to Ohio in the early 1830s, supposedly settling in Richland Co before moving to Fulton and Williams Cos by 1850. The parents both died in either Fulton or Williams Co. John HIBBARD married Mary Elizabeth TOWNS. Their children included Michael (b 1828), Jonathan (b 1830), John (b 1833), Catherine (b 1837), Elizabeth (b 1839), Margaret (b 1841), Mary (b 1844), and Eliza (b 1849). This family appears in the US censuses in Fulton Co beginning in 1850. Jonathan Peter or JP HIBBARD married Lucy (...). Their children included Florence (b 1857), Nathaniel (b 1861), and Clarence (b 1867). This family appears in Gorham Twp, Fulton Co, censuses beginning in 1860. Samuel HIBBARD married Nancy (...). Their children included Henry (b 1847) and Daniel (b 1848). This family appears on census records in Millcreek Twp, William Co, beginning in 1850. Isaac HIBBARD married Nancy (...). Their children included Margaret (b 1848), John (b 1849), Samuel (b 1851), and Mary (b 1853). This family appears in Gorham Twp, Fulton Co, censuses beginning in 1860. Lydia HIBBARD married Jacob WISE. Sarah HIBBARD married Samuel SHADLE. Catherine HIBBARD married Jacob RUPLE. I presume that these daughters of (William) Michael HIPPERT also relocated to Northwestern Ohio. Any information on any of these people would be appreciated.
Willy474@cs.com, June 24, 2001 - SINDEL Anyone have any info on Sindel from Edgerton ohio, Fred Sindel or Stella Sindel.
Dessamae Curry, , June 25, 2001 - BETTS, BRANNON, CURRY, LIND, McHENRY, McQUILKEN, PATTON/EN, SHERMAN I can help in the lines of the following people. John W. Brannan , Eli McHenry, Sarah Patton/en, Frances Marion Curry and Soloman Lind , Isaac and Harvey McQuilkin, Joseph and Mary Curry, Luther and Hannah (Sherman) Betts. I can help in these families who lived in Williams from about 1847 on to the present in several cases. I have some deeds, marriage records, birth and death records,census records, addresses, and newspaper articles. Some moved out of state . I belong to the WCGS.
Karen Murphy, June 25, 2001 - KENT Much mystery surrounds the death of Benjamin Kent, was is said to have been the grandfather to Dr. Thomas Kent, of Bryan, OH. The original burial grounds for the fledgling village of Bryan (1841), were located on a small hill located at the northeast corner of the intersection of present day Center Street and Portland Street. In 1911, Undertaker A.C. Dillman wrote in the local paper that several graves were never removed from this old cemetery to the new cemetery now known as Fountain Grove Cem., at Bryan. The graves from the "old Bryan cemetery" were removed to Fountain Grove in 1858. Left at the "old cemetery" were a Mrs. Kaufman, Benjamin Kent and one other, whose name is now lost to posterity. Benjamin Kent is said to have died in 1846 at the age of 103. There was a Benjamin Kent Sr., who was listed in the 1846 Tax Records as owning Lot 149 in Bryan. It is thought Mr. Kent came to Williams County about 1840. In 1906 a pig was offered to anyone who would re-inter Mr. Kent, but no one took up the offer. Now comes the mystery surrounding Benjamin Kent's supposed Revolutionary War Service. Even though "eye witnesses" recall the burial and name of Benjamin Kent, a researcher states the name was Thomas Kent. According to a 1947 newspaper article written by H.C. Pemberton of Cleveland, OH., Thomas Kent was 96 years old in 1840, and was enumerated in Columbiana Co., OH. that same year. His son, Benjamin, arrived in Columbiana Co., in 1824 in advance of Thomas. Benjamin later moved to Williams Co., OH., and Thomas again followed his son Benjamin and settled in Williams Co., OH, about 1841. On page 115, Vol. 3, a Government roster of those receiving pensions for service in the war of 1776-1873, is the name of Thomas Kent in Columbiana Co., OH., whose pension was granted for service as a private in the Virginia State Troops. He was placed on the roll Oct. 25, 1833, but the pension was paid from March 4, 1831. Thomas continued to receive his pension from the Pittsburg Agency to Sept. 4, 1846, which was the last he recieved. This payment was sent to his attorney B.L. Fahnestock. As pensions were apparently paid semi-annually, on March 4 and Sept. 4, Thomas Kent's death death is fixed some time between Sept. 4, 1846 and March 4, 1847. On page 442, Brumbaugh's Virginians, Thomas' service is noted as being in the 5th Virginia Continental Line, and on page 350 he is shown as receiving a Navy Land Warrant, No. 4332 for land in the Virginia Military District of Ohio, for service in the Navy.
Ken Rupert , June 29, 2001 - LOUR, RUPERT I am looking for information on John Rupert, Elizabeth Lour, Alexander Rupert, & William Rupert.
Some death records indicate that they were born in Williams County Ohio. John was born around 1832-33,
Elizabeth around 1834-36. William around 1855 and Alexander around 1851.
Dennis Cass, July 6, 2001 - ENTERLINE, ROSENBERRY, etc.
Looking for information on the descendants of Benjamin Enterline and Sarah Rosenberry. He was found living near Edon, Williams Co., OH in the 1900 census.
For more info. see: Benjamin Enterline Descendants
Carolyn, July 18, 2001 - ANKNEY
I am interested in talking to any of my mothers relatives. Her name was Betty Ankney, sister of Jimmy Ankney, who had 7 children.
David Bickford, July 19, 2001 - May, Williams, Mercer, Dilworth, Smith
I'm researching this May line and corresponding lines for ancestors and decendants. If anybody is researching these line please contact me at my email address. See: Michael O. May Descendants
Barbara Lewis, July 21, 2001 - ARNOLD, McGOWN
Earl M. Arnold was the adopted son of Joseph & Catherine Arnold. His birth name was Earl McGown and he was adopted from the Childrens Home Society of Ohio in about 1896. He was the brother of my husbands father. I need to find a obit or a marriage record. I am est. he graduated from high school in 1907 or 1908. The last info I could find was the 1910 census. The Arnolds lived 1 mile north of Montpelier.
email@example.com, July 21, 2001 - ENGLER, BECK, SMITH, DAY
I know that Frank B. Engler is buried in Williams County, but he apparently died somewhere else. I have been unable to find a death certificate for him. His father was Callius Engler and his mother was Mary Ann Beck. He was married first to Mary Etta Smith of Kansas. Their daughter, Hazel, was my grandmother. His second wife was Margarette Day. Any more information on Frank would be appreciated.
Holly Caldwell, July 25, 2001 - BAXTER, LANTZ, BOARDMAN, MARTIN, WITZEL, ARNOLD, FRY
My ggrandfather James Wilson Baxter was married to a woman named Elizabeth Lantz (June 1902?). They were living in Williams County in 1906. Family history has it that he was divorced when he married my ggrandmother (Sarah Grace Boardman) June 11, 1907, but I think the law in Ohio required a long waiting period before a divorce was final. James and Sarah Grace married in Dakota City, Neb. and claimed to live in Souix City, Iowa. They were really living in Parkersburg, WVa. as far as I know, and I believe "Grace" was visiting family out west at the time. Was James really divorced? What happened to Elizabeth? Please help me solve this mystery.
Would like to hear from descendants of John and Mary Lantz who died in Williams County, Ohio. John died June 30, 1902. When he wrote the will in February, he was 72. His children are listed as David Lantz (Hattie), Matilda Martin (John R.), Catharine Arnold (Joseph P.), Elizabeth Baxter (JW), Minerva Lantz, and Eliza Witzel (Albert). A granddaughter, Fern Fry was also mentioned as well as a child he had adopted. The will was contested by Eliza Witzel. He owned land in Montpelier, Bridgewater, Superior Townships.
Dorris Smith, July 28, 2001 - HAZEN, SIMON
Looking for any information of the Hazen and Simon families that lived in Northwest Twp. Williams Co.Oh.1865-1880, Henry Hazen, Aaron & Richard Simon.
agr16ter, July 28, 2001 - RASELEY, MILLER
Alexander Raseley b. 1839 PA, married Mary Miller b. 1844 OH. Lived until 1911 in Bryan, OH. Children were Cora Belle Raseley b. Aug 1868, and Harry C. Raseley. Mary Miller Raseley died 4 Dec 1916 in Detroit. Alex Raseley died 1911 in Bryan. Looking for family of Mary MILLER.
halw37, July 30, 2001 - WILLIAMS, WRIGHT, MURPHY
My gg grandfather, Agustus Henry Williams b 10 oct 1824 d 8 may 1914 married Elvina C Wright in 1857 b 1849 d 1868 and had 5 children. Agustus married again to Liddia Murphy 1870 and had 7 children. We are looking for information on the first 5 children (Mother Elvina C Wright). We have 4 names which we think could be them Eugene b abt 1859, Sidnie b abt 1861, Sallie b abt 1863 and James b bt 1865. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Martha Patriarca, July 30, 2001 - LEE, BLOSSER
I have a Kenneth Lee, b 8 Oct 1914 in Continental, Ohio. Parents were Harry LEE and Laura BLOSSER. Does anyone have any information on this family? I would appreciate any information.
Jane Willey-Fey, Aug. 4, 2001 - PERKINS, WILLEY
I am looking for any and all information on Nelson I. Willey and Nancy Perkins (b. @ 1835 dau. of Garret Perkins). Nancy and Nelson were married in Williams Co., August 26, 1854.
Lori N. Davies, Aug. 12, 2001 - MOSHER, MEEK, WALDEN, NEIDHARDT, YACKEE
I am looking for a possible connection to my husband's Moshers that were in Wood County in 1910 and then in Defiance County in 1920. Lucy Mosher was living with sons John (13 yo) and Venson C (10 yo) in 1910, however by 1920 both sons were living in Defiance County and both married. John married Edith WALDEN, and Vincent (Venson) married Hazel MEEK. Hazel and her family lived in Williams County in 1910, so the boys may have come to Defiance by way of Williams Co., but they did live close to the Neidhardt family and Edward Yackee, so I am hoping that Nellie was related to those Moshers. I know very little else at this point. Lucy's husband may have been Wesley Mosher.
mwojcik, Aug. 14, 2001 - HAGERMAN
Trying to locate bible of James Hagerman who died in Williams County 1840 and is buried in Rings Cemetery. His son was John J. Hagerman who died 1846 and is buried same cemetery. Are there photo copies in Williams County of family entries or does anyone know descendent of John J. Hagerman who may have this bible. Trying to find entry that tells who James' brother Gilbert married and other family dates.
Marlene Kovacevic, Aug. 19, 2001 - BOTT
I have a letter dated July 10, 1864 to Mr. Andrew Bott, Pulaski, Williams County, Ohio. I believe this would be my great-great grandfather. I am trying to find out information about my family.
Rob Baad, Aug, 24, 2001 - SCHIEBER, SCANTLEN, TRAXLER
Mary Cecilia Schieber born in 1892 married Arthur Scantlen in 1910, Arthur born around Defiance area, both buried in Branch Co Mi. Jacob Shieber died in Coldwater,Mi while visiting them on Christmas, but he is buried in Williams County, where he lived. Scantlin, Felix, Scantlen, Mary Catherine (Traxler), many children, both buried in Williams County. Felix, b. 8-15-1847,d.1926, Mary Catherine, born 1850, died 1935.
Jim & Bev Purkey, Sept. 6, 2001 - PURKEY, YEAGLEY
Daniel W. Purkey , born 7-18-29, and Mary A. Yeagley, born 12-16-28, were from Defiance Co when married on 11-14-50. Do not know if they married in either county.
R Wysong, Sept. 6, 2001 - GROVER, HINES
I am looking for information on William Grover who married Martha Hines. They had children while living in the Bryan, Ohio area. c1890. Also looking for a James C. Grover who may have been William's father. A family story is that there is a' Grover' Statue in Farmer Ohio.
James served in the Civil War, possibly from a Vermont unit, settling in Williams Co. after the war. William and Martha moved to Elkhart Co., Indiana c 1900.
Looking for information on Jacob Wolff/Jacob Wolf (Jacques Wolf) born 10-10-1836 in Alsace Lorraine, France. We have citizenship papers dated Sept. 22, 1859, Bryan, Williams County, Ohio, Probate Court, Meredith Willett, Probate Judge. Jacob served as a Lieutenant, Union Army, American Civil War, enlisting in Ohio.
Peggy Price, Oct. 4, 2001 - WIRTZ, FRANK
I am now looking for Henry J. Wirtz born about 1840 married to Mary Frank in 08 September 1864 at Shelby, Ohio.
They had kids John Henry born abt. 1865, Lewis Philip abt 1866, George Adam abt. 1868, Charles William
abt. 1870, Francis "Frank" Marion abt 1872, Allen Willard abt 1874, Oliver Wesly abt. 1877, Catherine E.
abt. 1879, and Sherman Edward abt. 1880. Lewis was married to Mary and had a daughter named Pearl.
They lived in Pioneer, Williams Co., Ohio and were on the 1900 census.
Ronni Houtzer, Oct. 16, 2001 - HOUTZER, KERN, BOHRER/BORER/BOYHER
My ancestor, John J. Houtzer moved to a Berlin in 1835, don't know if this is the right county tho.
He was to have been married to Marcuria Kern and Adaline Bohrer/borer/boyher.
firstname.lastname@example.org, Oct. 21, 2001 - QUEEN, CARTER/KARTER
I'm looking for information on James H. Queen of Edgerton, Ohio. Was married to Catherine Carter (Karter)
and last seen in Edgerton on the 1860 Census with one son David age 1 year. He enlisted in Co. H., 14th Ohio Vol. Inf.
and was promoted to 1st sergeant in the Civil War. Left the unit when it was disbanded in Aug of 1861. My question is, after returning home
did he die of wounds or related illness due to the war? Is he buried in Edgerton?
This arises from the fact that his wife was remarried to a Geo Wanamaker and living in Washington Co. Ka, in 1870.
Gene Wyrick, Oct. 30, 2001 - GIBBENS, FERRIER, HACKETT
Catherine Gibbens was born abt 1838 in Harrison county and she moved to Williams with her family. Her parents are Frederick Gibbons
died Oct 18, 1888 and is buried at Buffalo Cemetery and Ann Ferrier who died Feb 16 1862 and is buried at Liggett cemetery.
I'm told that the 1850 census has Catherine living with her uncle in Williams county. In 1856 Catherine at age 18, married William Hackett -
they relocated later to Illinois and other locations due to his business in the construction trade. They eventually returned to Ohio and in about 1862
she died and I think she is buried in Williams county. I would like to find the cemetery where she is buried
and any other information, background, story history etc that I can about Catherine and William.
Lois Waldron, Nov. 10, 2001 - COLER, GEORGE
Searching for any information on a COLER. William COLER married Isabelle GEORGE 15 May 1854
and I am unable to find anything farther either on the COLER or GEORGE.
Virginia Stuhr, Nov. 18, 2001 - ALTAFFER
I have information on Altaffer in Virginia and would like to share information with other Altaffer researchers.
Paul, Dec. 6, 2001 - AMES, PERSONS, SEVERENCE, SPENCER, WARNER
Researching family of Delbert William PERSONS. Delbert Persons was allegedly born on 04 Oct 1878 in Woodbridge Township,
Hillsdale County, MI. Delbert was the son of Silas and Amelia [Delia? Caroline] (née SEVERANCE) Persons. Delbert married
Mary Ellen AMES on 07 Jan 1906 at the Parsonage in West Unity, Williams County, OH. Mary Ellen was born on 05 May 1890,
the daughter of William and Cynthia (née SPENCER) AMES. (Cynthia was born about 1866, thought to be MI). Delbert died on 19 May 1959 in Hillsdale, MI.
Mary Ellen died 21 Oct 1964 in Hillsdale, MI. Delbert had a sister, Jennie, born about 1871. Jennie married William F. WARNER.
They resided in Tiffin Township. Would like to contact anyone doing research on any of these families.
William H. Reid, M.D., Dec. 7, 2001 - LATTANNER, DICK
I am researching the surname LATTANNER (Latner, La Tanner, Latanner), also associated with the Dick family.
I believe Bryan and Montpelier, OH are relevant locations.
Rita, Dec 8, 2001 - WILEY
We are looking for information on Alice Wiley and children- Charles L. Wiley & Sarah Alice Wiley. Her spouse was Lafayette Wiley.
Any info will be appreciated. We think they moved from Licking Co. to Williams County around 1750.
Chad Baus, Dec. 10, 2001 - TAYLOR, GILBERT
A few years ago, I purchased a family Bible from an Archbold, OH antique store. According to writing inside, the original owner was Sarah Taylor,
b. 12/25/1825, d. 4/8/51 and m. 8/18/1844 to Jeremiah Gilbert. Her parents were John and Mary Taylor, from Wayne Co., OH.
There are names & inscriptions in the family history section, both detailing Sarah's ancestors and descendants (her daughter Mary Catherine
kept up with the record keeping after her mother died). An enclosed obituary cutout of Mary Catherine's indicates the family moved to
Williams Co., OH in 1847. Since the day I bought it, I've become interested in my own family history, and I figure that this Bible
would mean something to a descendant. I would certainly appreciate someone contacting me if it were an ancestor of mine!
If these are your Taylors, please let me know. I'd only want to get my money back for the Bible if you did want it - I think I paid $50 or so...
Beth Knappenberger Rachas, Dec. 13, 2001 - KNAPPENBERGER, DEAN, COTTERMAN, etc.
I am doing my family research on the names..... Knappenberger, Dean, Cotterman, Ritler, Stoner, Bell... the time line
being from 1812 - 1972. I am hoping to find someone that might have any information on any of these names...
I have a small amount of information on the Knappenberger's and some on the Deans' and the Cotterman.... I am
also hoping to find any of my family out there... So I can say "Hey".... So, "Hey"! Hope to hear from you soon...
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