Cochran and Shroyer Families

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Irven Travis1

M, #251, b. 30 March 1904, d. October 1986

Parents

FatherFrank Leslie Travis (b. 1 April 1883, d. 4 April 1923)
MotherHattie Masterson (b. about 1885)
Travis, Irven birthday

Biography

Irven Travis was born on 30 March 1904 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.2,3 He and Anita Marie Schwalbe were married on 30 November 1935 in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia.2 Irven Travis died in October 1986, at age 82.3
He graduated from in Drexel Institute of Technology (Philadelphia), Pennsylvania. with a bachelor of science degree4 He graduated from in University of Pennsylvania in 1928. with a master of science degree4 He was a public school teacher in 1930 in Sharon Hill, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.5 Irven appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 2 April 1930 in Sharon Hill, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Hattie was listed as his widowed mother. Also listed was Eric M. Houson who was shown as a 36 year old widowed sister5 He and Helen B. Harzell obtained a marriage license in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1932.6 He graduated from in The Moore School, University of Pennsylvania, in 1938. with a doctorate4 He lived in 1938 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.7 He interviewed by Nancy Stern, Sternhttp://special.lib.umn.edu/cbi/oh/pdf/oh036it.pdf , in Paoli, Pennsylvania, on 21 October 1977.8
Last Edited15 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S71] Dougan, Nettie H, McConnelsville 1967 Sesquicentenial
  2. [S567] West Virginia Division of Culture and History: West Virginia Vital Research Records, database and images, http://www.wvculture.org/vrr, Irven Travis and Anita Marie Schwalbe
  3. [S959] Social Security Death Index, www.ancestry.com, Irven Travis, October 1986, last residence Paoli, Chester County, Pennsylvania
  4. [S923] The Times Recorder: Morgan County Native Has Birthday, Zanesville, Ohio, p. 2, col. 4
  5. [S1669] 1930 U.S. census, Pennsylvania, Delaware County, population schedule, Film T626, PADela351
  6. [S925] Family Search: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Marriage Index, 1885-1951, database and digital images, www.familysearch.org, #614432, Irven Travis and Helen B. Hartzell, 1932
  7. [S1670] Zanesville Signal: Aged River Boat Captain Is Dead, Robituary, Zanesville, Ohio
  8. [S924] Travis, Irven, oral interview, Interviewer: Nancy Stern, Location: Paoli, Pennsylvania, University of Minnesota Archives. Url: http://special.lib.umn.edu/cbi/oh/pdf/oh036it.pdf

John L. Underwood

M, #252, b. November 1861, d. 1946

Family: Della J. Shroyer (b. 7 November 1861, d. 8 August 1924)

DaughterAusta A. Underwood+ (b. 15 March 1881)
DaughterGrace E. Underwood+ (b. 5 January 1883, d. 1 December 1961)
DaughterAmanda Underwood (b. 7 August 1884)
SonIvan Leroy Underwood+ (b. 10 February 1886, d. 24 August 1963)
SonEarl Lesley Underwood+ (b. 29 March 1888)
SonSamuel Wright Underwood+ (b. 7 December 1889, d. 14 January 1952)
DaughterVerna Belle Underwood+ (b. 4 November 1892, d. 19 February 1943)
DaughterAltha Underwood (b. 26 October 1894, d. 1989)
SonJohn A. Underwood (b. September 1897)
SonAlva D. Underwood (b. 6 May 1901)
DaughterOllie E. Underwood (b. 9 July 1903)

Biography

John L. Underwood was born in November 1861 in Ohio.1 He and Della J. Shroyer were married on 18 March 1878 in Wood County, Ohio.2 John L. Underwood died in 1946, at age ~85.3 He was buried in Weston Cemetery (Weston), Wood County, Ohio.3
He was a farmer. He was listed as a farmer on the 1880 through 1910 censuses, a truck farmer in 1920, and a farm laborer in 19304,5,6,7,8 John and Della appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 23 June 1880 in Center Township, Wood County, Ohio. Della was listed as Adella Underwood. Enumerated with the couple was Frank Reed a 15 year old servant4 John and Della appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 1 June 1900 in Center Township, Wood County, Ohio, with their children Grace, Ivan, Earl, Samuel, Verna, Altha, and John.5 John and Della appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 22 April 1910 in Milton Township, Wood County, Ohio, with their children Samuel, Altha, John, Alva, Ollie, Earl, and Verna.6 John and Della appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 9 January 1920 in Center Street, Weston Township, Wood County, Ohio, with their children John, Alva, and Ollie. Listed as a separate dwelling but same family were their daughter and son-in-law Cande and Altha Feliere7 John appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 7 April 1930 in Silver Street, Weston, Wood County, Ohio. He was listed as a 69 year old divorced man born in Ohio8
Last Edited15 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1302] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, rolls 1333 and 1334, Film T623
  2. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, John L. Underwood and Della J. Shroyer, 18 March 1878, Wood County, Ohio
  3. [S947] Cemeteries in Weston Township, Wood County, Ohio: Pottertown, Old Weston, Weston Village, p. 77, Adella Underwood 1861-1924 "wife of J. L. Underwood" and J. L. Underwood 1860-1946 "U>S. Army Cuba"
  4. [S1105] 1880 Census OH Wood, U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, rolls 1078 and 1079 , population schedule, Film T9, John L. Underwood household, ED 97, p. 35, dwelling 321, family 330; OHWood803
  5. [S1302] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, rolls 1333 and 1334, Film T623, John L. Underwood household, ED 138, p. 49, dwelling 192, family 192; OHWood002
  6. [S1308] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, Roll: population schedule, Film: T624, John L. Underwood household, ED 197, p. 166B, dwelling 28, family 28; OHWood108
  7. [S1349] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T625, John L. Underwood household, dwelling 155, family 159, ED 179, sheet 5B, roll 1449; OHWood213
  8. [S1460] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T626, John L. Underwood household, dwelling 203, family 208, ED 87-51, sheet 7A, roll 1889; OHWood352

Emery R. Stacy

M, #253, b. about 1862, d. 12 January 1934

Parents

FatherWilliam Stacy (b. 2 May 1820, d. 18 January 1895)
MotherMargaret Pettigrew (b. 21 November 1825, d. 6 June 1875)

Family 1: Della J. Shroyer (b. 1864, d. 1945)

SonEarl Bert Stacy+ (b. 24 October 1883, d. 18 March 1948)

Family 2: Ida Louise Carrick (b. 17 October 1865, d. 24 October 1953)

SonWalter Clarence Stacy (b. 5 September 1897)
DaughterMargaret Fern Stacy+ (b. 17 March 1903, d. 26 April 1974)

Biography

Emery R. Stacy was born about 1862 in Mahoning County, Ohio.1,2 He and Della J. Shroyer were married on 20 February 1881 in Wood County, Ohio.3 Emery R. Stacy and Ida Louise Carrick were married in December 1895.4,5 Emery R. Stacy died on 12 January 1934 in Alma, Gratiot County, Michigan.6,5,7 He was buried in Salt River Cemetery (Shepherd), Isabella County, Michigan.8
He was a saloon keeper in 1900.9 Emery and Ida appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 3 July 1900 in Haskins, Wood County, Ohio, with their son Walter and his son Bert.9 He moved to Chippewa Township, Isabella County, Michigan, 1903.5 He was the manager of the in 1910 in Isabella County Poor Farm.10 Emery and Ida appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 3 May 1910 in Isabella County Poor Farm, Chippewa Township, Isabella County, Michigan, with their children Walter and Margaret.10 He was the infirmary manager in 1920.11 Emery and Ida appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 26 January 1920 in Isabella County Infirmary, Chippewa Township, Isabella County, Michigan.11 He was a farmer in 1930.12 Emery and Ida appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 16 April 1930 in Lincoln Township, Isabella County, Michigan, with Ida's brother John C. Carrick.12
Last Edited27 March 2015

Citations

  1. [S895] 1870 Ohio census Wood Co., U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1283, William Stacy household, Center Twp., p. 295B, dwelling 14, family 15
  2. [S148] Lena French Scrapbook: Emery R. Stacy, http://www.rootsweb.com/~miisabel/FrenchS.htm, (birth place, but not date)
  3. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Emery R. Stacy and Della J. Shroyer, 20 February 1881, Wood County, Ohio
  4. [S1302] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, rolls 1333 and 1334, Film T623, Haskins, ED 147, sheet 19B, dwelling 404, family 415, Emery Stacy household; OHWood018
  5. [S148] Lena French Scrapbook: Emery R. Stacy, http://www.rootsweb.com/~miisabel/FrenchS.htm, Includes transcriptions of obituary and Mt. Pleasant Courthouse Record
  6. [S2170] Michigan Michigan Historical Center, Digital Images of Death Certificates Seeking Michigan, death certificate 129 1293 #9 (1934), Emery R. Stacy.
  7. [S1214] Michigan Death Certificates 1921-1952, database, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Emery R. Stacy, 12 January 1934, Alma, Gratiot County, Michigan
  8. [S252] Janey Melle, to Barbara Shroyer, email, "Re: Hello (More on Ida Carrick)"
  9. [S144] 1900 U.S. census, Michigan, Isabella County, micropublication T623 roll 718, Hastings, ED 147, sheet 1, dwelling 20, household 20, Emery Stacy household
  10. [S107] 1910 U.S. census, Michigan, Isabella County, population schedule, Film T624, roll 652, Chippewa Twp., Isabella County Poor Farm, ED 24, sheet 8B, dwelling 160, family 161, Emery R. Stacy household; MIIsab103
  11. [S108] 1920 U.S. census, Michigan, Isabella County, population schedule, Film: T625, Isabella County Infirmary, Chippewas Township, ED 195, p. 72, sheet 9A, dwelling 188, family 196, Emery R. Stacy household; MIIsab202
  12. [S109] 1930 U.S. census, Michigan, Isabella County, population schedule, Film T626, Lincoln Twp., ED 12, sheet 6B, dwelling 76, family 80, Emory R. Stacy household; MIIsab302

Thomas G. Eggelston

M, #254, b. 9 March 1863

Biography

Thomas G. Eggelston was born on 9 March 1863 in Wood County, Ohio.1 He and Ida May Shroyer were married on 16 April 1884 in Wood County, Ohio.2 Thomas G. Eggelston and Ida May Shroyer were divorced about 1901.3 Thomas G. Eggelston and Ida May Shroyer were divorced before 1907.4
He was a laborer in the oil field.5 He was a pumper at an oil well.6 Thomas and Ida appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 1 June 1900 in Portage, Wood County, Ohio.5 He remarried on 8 October 1902 in Lucas County, Ohio.7
Last Edited8 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Thomas G. Eggelston and Ida Eggelston, 8 October 1902, Lucas County, Ohio.
  2. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Thomas G. Eggelston and Ida M. Shroyer, 16 April 1884, Wood County, Ohio
  3. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Thomas G. Eggelston and Ida Eggelston, 8 October 1902, Lucas County, Ohio. States this is a second marriage for both, that Ida is divorced and that her married name was Mrs. Thomas Eggelston
  4. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, George T. Watson and Ida M. Eggelston, 5 September 1907, Wood County, Ohio. Stated that Ida was married twice and divorced.
  5. [S1302] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, rolls 1333 and 1334, Film T623, Thomas G. Eggelston household, ED 158, p. 186B, dwelling 41, family 42; OHWood005
  6. [S1308] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, Roll: population schedule, Film: T624, Thomas J. Eggleston household, ED 206, sheet 10 A, dwelling 30, family 30
  7. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Thomas G. Eggelston and Ida Eggelston, 8 October 1902, Lucas County, Ohio. This was a remarriage.

George Thomas Watson

M, #255, b. 5 September 1863, d. 1 January 1944

Biography

George Thomas Watson was born on 5 September 1863 in Wellsville, New York.1 He and Ida May Shroyer were married on 5 September 1907 in Wood County.1 George Thomas Watson died on 1 January 1944, at age 80, in Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio.2
George Thomas Watson was also known as Thomas Watson.3,4 George and Ida appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded in April 1910 in 132 Liberty Street, Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio.5 He was a carpenter for a contractor in 1920.6 George and Ida appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 15 January 1920 in 402 ____ Avenue, Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio, with two year old Cloyce Collins.7 George and Ida appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 9 April 1930 in Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio, with Cloyce Collins. their adopted son8 George and Ida appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 10 April 1940 in Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio.9
Last Edited15 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, George T. Watson and Ida M. Eggelston, 5 September 1907, Wood County, Ohio.
  2. [S692] Ohio Deaths 1908 - 1953, database, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, George Thomas Watson, 1 January 1944; Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio
  3. [S1610] Shroyer, Emery, series of iinterviews, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, record of information:notes
  4. [S1830] Shroyer, C. C., Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Letter from C.C. Shroyer to Barbara Shroyer
  5. [S1308] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, Roll: population schedule, Film: T624, Geo. T. Watson household, ED 184, dwelling 48, family 17; OHWood111
  6. [S1349] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T625, George T. Watson household, ED146, sheet 11B, dwelling 277, family 277; OHWood201
  7. [S1349] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T625, George T. Watson household, ED146, sheet 11B, dwelling 277, family 277, roll 1448; OHWood201
  8. [S1460] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T626, George T. Watson household, ED 6, sheet 6A, p. 93, dwelling 161, family 164, roll 1888; OHWood364
  9. [S950] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T627, Portage Township, ED 87-51A, 1B, household 13, George T. Watson household

August Scheffel Herzer1

M, #256, b. 28 October 1885, d. 10 September 1967
Herzer, AS & Nickie

Biography

August Scheffel Herzer was born on 28 October 1885 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.2,3,4 He and Georgia Whipple Brent were married on 25 June 1913 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.5 August Scheffel Herzer died on 10 September 1967, at age 81, in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.6
He attended Marietta College in Marietta, Washington County.7 He was a pharmacist in Stanbery Pharmacy, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.7 He lived in 1911 in 718 South, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.8 He was a clerk with J. A. Sauer in 1912 in Zanesville.8 He was a pharmacist in 1913 in Adam Sauer Drug Store, Zanesville.7 August Scheffel Herzer and Georgia Whipple Brent resided in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, in July 1913 after their marriage. He lived in 1914 in 710 Ellberon, Zanesville.9,10 He was a partner in Herron and Herzer in 1914 in Zanesville.9,10 August Scheffel Herzer and Georgia Whipple Brent resided in Zanesville in 1916 710 Ellberon.11 August was deeded property in Zanesville by Louis E. and Mary R. Brelsford on 21 July 1917 in Muskingum County, Ohio.12 He was a self employed druggist in 1918 in 251 North Fourth, Zanesville.2 He lived in 1918 in 620 Adair Avenue, Zanesville. Around 1917 or 1918 they moved2 He was described as medium height and build with blue eyes and brown hair in 1918.2 He registered for the World War I draft 12 September 1918, in Zanesville. He was described as medium height and build with blue eyes and brown hair. He was a self-employed druggist2 He was a druggest and drug store propriator in 1920.13 August and Georgia appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 9 January 1920 in 620 Adair, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. He was listed as A. Scheffell Herzer a drug store propriator13 He was the proprietor of a retail drug store in 1930.14 August and Georgia appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 8 April 1930 in 620 Adair, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.15 He was city service director in 1940 in Zanesville.16 August and Georgia appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 15 April 1940 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.16 He lived in 1942 in 914 Adair Avenue, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.3 August was president of the Exchange Club, in 1960, in Zanesville. president of the Exchange Club17 He had an estate probated on 19 September 1967 in Muskingum County, Ohio. His will was filed on that date in Muskingum County Probate Court18
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S23] Herzer-Whipple Marriage Announcement, August Herzer and Georgia Brent marriage announcement
  2. [S1890] World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Cards 1917-18, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, August Scheffel Herzer, Muskingum Co. Ohio
  3. [S310] Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration: World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942, database and images, www.ancestry.com, Muskingum Co., U2395, August Sheffel Herzer
  4. [S562] "Cuyahoga County [Ohio] Birth Returns," digital images, Footnote. (http://www.footnote.com: 2008), Herzer, male 28 October 1885
  5. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, A. Scheffel Herzer and Georgia Whipple Brent, 25 June 1913, Morgan County, Ohio
  6. [S377] Ohio Department of Health Ohio Death Index 1958-69, database, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, (August Herzer, Vol. 18999, Certificate 71138)
  7. [S1521] McConnelsville Weekly Herald: Herzer-Brent, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, co. 5
  8. [S1379] Zanesville Official City Directory 1912, Film Series: 1843245-843246, Film Number: 1843246, A. Scheffel Herzer entry, pl 265
  9. [S1381] Zanesville Official City Directory 1914, Film Series: 1843245-843246, Film Number: 1843246, A. Scheffel Herzer entry, p. 287
  10. [S1382] Zanesville Official City Directory 1916, Film Series: 1843245-843246, Film Number: 1843246
  11. [S2053] Zanesville Official City Directory 1916, p. 272.
  12. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, 174: 431-432, file #1471, Louis E. and Mary R. Brelsford to A. Sheffel Herzer, 31 July 1917, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)
  13. [S1267] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film: T625, k A. Scheffell Herzer household, ED136, sheet 9A, dwelling 224, family 230; OHMusk251
  14. [S1566] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film T626, August S. Herzer household, ED 60-44, sheet 13B, family 350; OHMusk351
  15. [S1566] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film T626, August S. Herzer household, ED 60-44, sheet 13B, family 350, roll 1859; OHMusk351
  16. [S951] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film T627, Zanesville, ED 60-54, sheet 62B, household 78, Sheffel A. Herzer household
  17. [S1656] Times Recorder: Exchange Club Hears Attorney, Zanesville, Ohio
  18. [S1644] Times Recorder: Courthouse News: 2 Wills, 1 Inventory Filed, Zanesville, Ohio

Otis F. Heckerman

M, #257, b. 12 February 1901, d. 4 November 1973
Heckerman, Otis&Carris&Shroyer

Biography

Otis F. Heckerman was born on 12 February 1901 in Weston Township, Wood County, Ohio.1 He and Carrie Catherine Shroyer were married on 19 May 1932 in Wood County, Ohio.2 Otis F. Heckerman died on 4 November 1973, at age 72, in Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio.3 He was buried in Weston Cemetery (Weston), Wood County, Ohio.4
He was a mason working in construction.5 He was a mason.6 Otis appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 12 April 1930 in Weston Township, Wood County, Ohio. He was living in the home of his mother Addie A. Heckerman a 60 year old widow. Also living there were his sister Pearl E. Weaver 33 and neice Zola E. Weaver 57 Otis and Carrie appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 9 April 1940 in Weston Township, Wood County, Ohio.5 He lived in 1947 in Route #69, Weston Township, Wood County. This was a 1.5 acre lot6
Last Edited19 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S932] Ohio County Births 1841-2003, database and images, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Otis Heckerman, 12 February 1901; Weston Township, Wood County, Ohio
  2. [S1370] Wood County Probate Court On-Line, http://probate-court.co.wood.oh.us, Marriage license no. 321127, Carrie C. Shroyer and Otis F. Heckerman
  3. [S1723] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death Index , 1958-2002, database, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, Otis F. Heckerman, d. 4 Nov. 1973 in Bowling Green, Wood Co., Ohio at age 72
  4. [S947] Cemeteries in Weston Township, Wood County, Ohio: Pottertown, Old Weston, Weston Village, p. 87, Otis F. Heckerman 1901-1973 "husband Mason", Carris C. Heckerman 1900-1956 "wife Rebecca"
  5. [S950] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T627, Weston Township, ED 87-60, sheet 3A, p. 745, household 46, Otis Heckerman household
  6. [S1357] Wood County Farm and Business Directory 1947-48-49, p. 105
  7. [S1460] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T626, Addie A. Heckerman household, dwelling 29, family 29, ED 87-52, sheet 2A, roll 1889; OHWood350

James Johnston

M, #258, b. 1 March 1819, d. 4 June 1898

Parents

FatherJohn Johnston (b. January 1780, d. 5 November 1847)
MotherElizabeth Humphrey (b. about 1786, d. about 1854)

Family: Susan Durler (b. 29 April 1824, d. 17 October 1897)

SonJohn Johnston+ (b. 12 January 1844, d. 7 February 1919)
SonJames Johnston (b. 1 June 1846, d. June 1867)
SonLewis Johnston (b. 11 December 1849, d. about 1855)
SonCyrus Johnston+ (b. 28 July 1853, d. 1928)
DaughterParsida Johnston+ (b. 4 March 1856, d. 29 August 1931)
SonWilliam Johnston+ (b. 16 November 1858, d. 1929)
DaughterMary Elizabeth Johnston+ (b. 29 September 1862, d. 2 August 1909)

Biography

James Johnston was born on 1 March 1819 in Richland County, Ohio.1,2 He and Susan Durler were married on 15 March 1843 in Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio.3 James Johnston died on 4 June 1898, at age 79.4 He was buried in Portage Cemetery (Portage Township), Wood County, Ohio.4
He was a stock driver and drove stock east of the Pennsylvania mountains.5 He was a farmer.5,6,7,8,9 James Johnston was United Brethern.5 He moved to with his parents and siblings to Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio, in about 1837.5 James and Susan deeded property in Wood County to John Johnston by quit claim on 5 March 1850 in Wood County, Ohio.10 James and Susan appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded on 31 August 1850 in Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio, with John, James, and Lewis.7 James and Susan appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 20 June 1860 in Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio, with John, James, Cyrus, Parsida, and William.8 He registered for the Civil War draft July 1863, in Portage Township, Wood County. He was a 44 year old farmer born in Ohio11 James and Susan appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 15 August 1870 in Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio, with Parsida, William, Mary Elizabeth, Cyrus and James's sister Jane.9 James and Susan appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 26 June 1880 in Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio, their son William, their granddaughter Cora Bair, and Reeves Stacy.12
Last Edited31 December 2014

Citations

  1. [S304] 1860 Census Ohio Wood, U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1053
  2. [S1658] Beers, J. H, Commemorative Historical and Biographical Record Wood County, Ohio: It's Past and Present, Author's Role: editor, pp 689-690, county and date of birth
  3. [S99] Wood County Ohio Marriage Records, Marriage Records, Film Series: 409699, Film Number: 409699, James Johnson and Susan Dutter, 1843
  4. [S1403] Find A Grave, Record Type: database, www.findagrave.com, James and Susanna Johnston tombstone, Portage Cemetery, Wood Co., Ohio
  5. [S1658] Beers, J. H, Commemorative Historical and Biographical Record Wood County, Ohio: It's Past and Present, Author's Role: editor, p. 689
  6. [S1105] 1880 Census OH Wood, U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, rolls 1078 and 1079 , population schedule, Film T9, James Johnston household, ED 93, p. 34, dwelling 296, family 299
  7. [S1664] 1850 Census Ohio Wood, U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 741, James Johnston household, p. 148A, family 604; OHWood501
  8. [S304] 1860 Census Ohio Wood, U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1053, James Johnston household, p. 367, dwelling 528, family 529; OHWood603
  9. [S895] 1870 Ohio census Wood Co., U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1283, James Johnston, p. 532, dwelling 123, family 123; OHWood701
  10. [S2138] Ohio. Wood County, Deed Records, J: 198, James and Susan Johnston to John Johnston, quit cliam , 5 March 1850; FHL microfilm 0409625
  11. [S789] Consolidated Lists of Civil War Draft Registrion Records: U.S., Civil War Draft Registration Records, 1863 - 1865, database and images, www.ancestry.com, Records of the Provost Marshall General's Bureau (Civil War)k Record Group 110, Ohio 10th Congressional District, Portage Township, Wood County; p.6, line 8, James Johnson entry
  12. [S1105] 1880 Census OH Wood, U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, rolls 1078 and 1079 , population schedule, Film T9, James Johnston household, ED 93, p. 34, dwelling 296, family 299; OHWood802

Myrtle Laura McWilliams

F, #259, b. 25 May 1895, d. 4 March 1986
Shroyer, Tim & Myrtle 25ann

Biography

Myrtle Laura McWilliams was born on 25 May 1895 in Ohio.1 She and Curtis Clinton Shroyer were married on 28 July 1923.2 Myrtle Laura McWilliams died on 4 March 1986, at age 90, in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.1
She was a twin ... She graduated from in Weston High School, Wood County, Ohio, in 1915.3 She was was a teacher in a public school in 1930.4 Curtis and Myrtle appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 7 April 1930 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio. his mother-in-law Carrie, Myrtle's twin sister Mildred and Mildred's husband John D. Wesson5 She was a substitute teacher in 1940 in Toledo.6 Curtis and Myrtle appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 10 April 1940 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.6
Last Edited8 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1383] Ohio Department of Health Ohio Deaths, 1970-88, database, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, (Myrtle Shroyer vol. 26397, certificate 021185)
  2. [S1915] Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Shroyer and Stacy names and dates, loose paper held by Barbara ShroyerPapers
  3. [S201] Newsletter of the Wood County Chapter O. G. S.: Weston School Alumni Banquet, Vol. XXV No. 5, p, Myrtle McWilliams, Weston, Ohio, class of 1915
  4. [S1562] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Lucas County, population schedule, Film T626, Clinton C. Shroyer household, ED 48-97, sheet 9A, dwelling 70, family 80
  5. [S1562] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Lucas County, population schedule, Film T626, Clinton C. Shroyer household, ED 48-97, sheet 9A, dwelling 70, family 80, roll 1837; OHLuca350
  6. [S955] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Lucas County, population schedule, Film T627, Toledo, ED 95-121, sheet 4A, p. 1468, household 88, Clinton C. Shroyer household

Gladys Marie Tyler

F, #260, b. 23 October 1903, d. 22 December 2001
Shroyer, GladysTyler

Biography

Gladys Marie Tyler was born on 23 October 1903 in Washington Township, Wood County, Ohio.1,2 She and Willard Elton Shroyer were married on 30 October 1919 in Monroe County, Michigan.3 Gladys Marie Tyler died on 22 December 2001, at age 98, in Heritage Inn, Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio.4 She was buried on 26 December 2001 in Plain Township Cemetery (Bowling Green), Wood County, Ohio.4
She was a clerk and credit manager for 12 years in Montgomery Ward, Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio.4 She was a payroll clerk for nine years in Daybrook Hydraulic, Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio.4 Gladys was a member of Order of Easter Star, Perrysburn Chapter No. 446 at Wood County, Ohio, US.7. She was a member of Calvary Methodist Church in Tontogany, Wood County, Ohio.4 Willard and Gladys appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 10 April 1930 in 571 South Grove Street, Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio. with Gladys's father Charles Tyler5 She was the manager of a credit office in 1940.6 Willard and Gladys appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 10 April 1940 in Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio.6 She was owners and operators of a pet shop and book store in 1957 in Wood County, Ohio.4 She retired in 1965 in Wood County, Ohio.
Last Edited4 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1915] Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Shroyer and Stacy names and dates, loose paper held by Barbara ShroyerPapers
  2. [S675] Ohio Births and Christenings 1821-1962, database, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Gladys Tyler, 23 October 1903, Washington Township, WoodCounty, Ohio
  3. [S488] Family Search: Michigan marriages 1868-1925, images and database,FHL, www.familysearch.org, Site Date: 2012, Williard Schroyer and Gladys Tyler, 30 October 1919, Monroe County, Michigan
  4. [S1353] Deaths: Gladys M. Shroyer
  5. [S1460] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T626, Willard E. Shroyer household, dwelling 154, family 154, ED 87-8, sheet 7A, roll 1888; OHWood356
  6. [S950] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T627, Bowling Green, ED 87-11, 8A, p. 113, household 202, Willard E. Shroyer household

Augusta McCone

F, #262, b. 17 January 1874, d. 15 August 1933

Biography

Augusta McCone was born on 17 January 1874 in Wood County, Ohio.1 She and Burley Shroyer were married on 2 April 1907 in Wood County.2 Augusta McCone died on 15 August 1933, at age 59, in Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio.1 She was buried in Fish Cemetery (Freedom Township), Wood County, Ohio.3
She lived in Jerry City, Portage Township.4 Burley and Augusta appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded in 1910 in Wood County, Ohio.5 Burley and Augusta appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 14 January 1920 in Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio.6 Burley and Augusta appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 26 April 1930 in Jerry City Road, Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio.7
Last Edited10 August 2017

Citations

  1. [S428] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death certificate, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, Augusta Shroyer, file no. 48719
  2. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Burley Shroyer and Augusta McConan, 2 April 1907, Wood County, Ohio
  3. [S643] WCOGS.org: Cemetery search, tombstone photos and database, Wood County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, http://www.wcogs.org, Burley W. Shroyer 1873 - 1944 and Augusta Shroyer 1874 - 1933
  4. [S1890] World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Cards 1917-18, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, No. 1855, Burley Shroyer
  5. [S1308] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, Roll: population schedule, Film: T624, Burley Shroyer household, ED 206, dwelling 8; OHWood104
  6. [S1349] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T625, Burley Shroyer household, dwelling 54, family 54, ED 174, sheet 5A, roll 1449; OHWood209
  7. [S1460] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T626, Burley Shroyer household, dwelling 248, family 252, ED 87-42, sheet 10B; OHWood358

Mary A. Whipple1

F, #263, b. between 1837 and 1838

Parents

FatherRoswell Whipple (b. 30 July 1794, d. 25 May 1862)
MotherHannah Weeks (b. about 1806, d. 7 April 1889)

Biography

Mary A. Whipple was born between 1837 and 1838 in Ohio.1 She and Fenton Y. Tavener were married on 4 March 1863 in Morgan County, Ohio.2
She probably died before 1870 because Fenton Y. Tavener was recorded on the 1870 census in Pettis County, Missouri with a different wife ...3 Mary was recorded on the 1870 US Census on 23 August 1870 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio, in the household of Hannah Weeks .4
Last Edited18 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  2. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Fenton Y. Tavenner and Edoo Whipple, 7 March 1863, Morgan County, Ohio. The license 4 March 1863 has her name as Ella Whipple.
  3. [S676] 1870 Census MO Pettis, U.S. census, Missouri, Pettis County, roll 797, population schedule, Film M593, Heaths Creek, p. 528A, dwelling 359, family 358, Fenton Y. Tavener household
  4. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, Hannah Whipple household, p.183A, dwelling 369, family 380; OHMorg702

James Weeks1

M, #264, b. 7 November 1812

Parents

FatherWilliam Weeks (b. about 30 August 1786)
MotherMary Russell (b. 29 April 1786, d. 9 March 1870)

Family: Angela Kelley (b. between 11 February 1811 and 11 February 1814, d. 20 August 1872)

DaughterRoxanna Weeks+ (b. 5 April 1835, d. 18 October 1911)
DaughterSarah Weeks+ (b. 3 March 1837, d. 8 February 1880)
DaughterHarriet N. Weeks+ (b. 1839, d. 1870)
SonWilliam W. Weeks+ (b. April 1841)
SonJames Weeks (b. September 1843, d. 2 April 1848)
SonJoseph B. Weeks+ (b. 7 February 1848, d. 5 March 1914)
DaughterMary Adda Weeks+ (b. 19 April 1852, d. 6 May 1913)
Weeks, James bapt

Biography

James Weeks was born on 7 November 1812 in Barming, Kent, England.2,3,4,5 He and Angela Kelley were married on 28 June 1834 in Morgan County, Ohio.6
He was baptized in Week Street Chapel, Maidstone, Kent, England. by E. Ralph5 He immigrated in August 1818 to South Amboy, Middlesex County, New Jersey, US. with his mother and step-father7,8 He was naturalized on 21 November 1833 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.9,10 He advertised a two-horse carriage in the Morgan County Democrat in Morgan County, Ohio, on 27 September 1839.11 James was head of household on the 1840 US Census taken in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio. The household consisted of 2 males 20-30, 1 male 80-90, 2 females under 5, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 15-20, and 1 female 20-30. 2 males 20-30, 1 male 80-90, 2 females under 5, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 15-20, and 1 female 20-3012 James was on the in 1840 tax list in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio.13 James and Angela deeded forty-five acres to George Johnson on 4 March 1844 in Morgan County, Ohio.14 James and Angela appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded on 18 July 1850 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their chldren Roxanna, Sarah, Harriet, William, and Joseph.15 He had a house fire which may have destroyed their home in Morgan Township, Morgan County, on 29 January 1860. The house was located about 2 or 3 miles from McConnelsville16 James and Angela appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 4 June 1860 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their children Harriet, William, Joseph, and Mary Adda.17 James was named as an heir in the will of Joseph Barrow on 27 October 1867 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio,: nuncumpative.18 He was a farmer in 1870.19,20,21 James and Angela appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 23 August 1870 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio, with their children Joseph and Mary Adda and Angela's mother Charlotte.19 He made a visit in Lone Tree, Merrick County, Nebraska, in May 1873. made a visit22 He moved to the home of his daughter and son-in-law Mary Adda and Winfield Scott Wilson to Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, in 1874.23
Last Edited4 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, 228
  2. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  3. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016
  4. [S1299] Morgan County Genealogical Society, Genealogical Extracts from Naturalization Records Morgan County, Ohio, Gives birth place as Burning, Kent, England
  5. [S28] Baptisms, 1749-1772, 1783-1837 and burials, 1815-1826 at the Week Street Chapel in the parish of Maidstone, Kent, Church registers, Church: Week Street Chapel Independent, Maidstone, Kent, England, Volume: RG-4/1010, Film 0596912, items 8 to 10, James Weeks, b. 7 Nov. 1812 Barming (Kent, England), parents: Wm. and Mary Weeks
  6. [S131] Morgan County,Ohio achieved Marriage Vol. A, Marriage Records, Volume: A, James Weeks and Angela Kelley, 28 June 1834
  7. [S1299] Morgan County Genealogical Society, Genealogical Extracts from Naturalization Records Morgan County, Ohio
  8. [S364] Morgan County, Ohio Court of Common Pleas Minutes, Court of Common Pleas Minutes, Ohio,Morgan County, Film Series 911480-911483, Volume C, FHL Film 911480, pp. 264, Joseph Barrow naturalization, 1835
  9. [S1299] Morgan County Genealogical Society, Genealogical Extracts from Naturalization Records Morgan County, Ohio, The compilers source was Morgan Co. Common Pleas Minutes vol. C p. 29
  10. [S364] Morgan County, Ohio Court of Common Pleas Minutes, Court of Common Pleas Minutes, Ohio,Morgan County, Film Series 911480-911483, Volume C, FHL Film 911480, 29-30, James Weeks naturalization, 1833
  11. [S1665] Robertson, Charles, History of Morgan County, p. 246 originally from The Ohio Whig Standard and Morgan County Democrat No. 40, Vol 1, Sept. 27, 1839
  12. [S1150] 1840 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M704, roll 417, Morgan Township, p. 187, line 7, Jas. Weeks household; OHMorg401
  13. [S1356] Powell, Esther Weygandt, compiler, Early Ohio Tax Records, p. 281
  14. [S2274] Ohio. Morgan, Morgan County Courthouse, McConnelsville, L: 254-255, James and Angela Weeks to George Johnson, 4 March 1834; FHL microfilm 091079
  15. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, James Weeks household, p. 228, family 45; OHMorg502
  16. [S1341] Morgan Herald: A Fire, McConnelsville, OH, p. 3, col. 1
  17. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, James Weeks household, p. 283, dwelling 52, family 52; OHMorg601
  18. [S1281] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, Joseph Barrow nuncupative will, Volume: 1, Page: 448, Film 910664, Will007
  19. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, James Weeks household, p.184A, dwelling 385, family 393.; OHMorg702
  20. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, James Weeks household, p. 228, family 45
  21. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, James Weeks household, p. 283, dwelling 52, family 52
  22. [S1540] McConnelsville Herald: Home personal, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 4
  23. [S1534] McConnelsville Herald: Local Personals, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 3

Angela Kelley1

F, #265, b. between 11 February 1811 and 11 February 1814, d. 20 August 1872

Parents

FatherFreeman Kelley (d. about 1822)
MotherCharlotte Hussey (b. about 1791, d. 5 May 1878)

Family: James Weeks (b. 7 November 1812)

DaughterRoxanna Weeks+ (b. 5 April 1835, d. 18 October 1911)
DaughterSarah Weeks+ (b. 3 March 1837, d. 8 February 1880)
DaughterHarriet N. Weeks+ (b. 1839, d. 1870)
SonWilliam W. Weeks+ (b. April 1841)
SonJames Weeks (b. September 1843, d. 2 April 1848)
SonJoseph B. Weeks+ (b. 7 February 1848, d. 5 March 1914)
DaughterMary Adda Weeks+ (b. 19 April 1852, d. 6 May 1913)

Biography

Angela Kelley was born between 11 February 1811 and 11 February 1814 in Ohio.1,2,3 She and James Weeks were married on 28 June 1834 in Morgan County, Ohio.4 Angela Kelley died on 20 August 1872 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio.3,5 She was buried on 21 August 1872 in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Ohio.6,5
Angela Kelley was also known as Angelina Kelly. James and Angela deeded forty-five acres to George Johnson on 4 March 1844 in Morgan County, Ohio.7 James and Angela appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded on 18 July 1850 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their chldren Roxanna, Sarah, Harriet, William, and Joseph.8 She had a house fire which may have destroyed their home in Morgan Township, Morgan County, on 29 January 1860. The house was located about 2 or 3 miles from McConnelsville9 James and Angela appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 4 June 1860 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their children Harriet, William, Joseph, and Mary Adda.10 James and Angela appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 23 August 1870 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio, with their children Joseph and Mary Adda and Angela's mother Charlotte.11
Last Edited4 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  2. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016
  3. [S874] The Morgan County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Morgan Township Morgan County, Ohio
  4. [S131] Morgan County,Ohio achieved Marriage Vol. A, Marriage Records, Volume: A, James Weeks and Angela Kelley, 28 June 1834
  5. [S1523] McConnelsville Herald: Mrs. Weeks, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 1
  6. [S874] The Morgan County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Morgan Township Morgan County, Ohio, Angela Weeks entry, w/o James 2/11/1811-8/20/1872
  7. [S2274] Ohio. Morgan, Morgan County Courthouse, McConnelsville, L: 254-255, James and Angela Weeks to George Johnson, 4 March 1834; FHL microfilm 091079
  8. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, James Weeks household, p. 228, family 45; OHMorg502
  9. [S1341] Morgan Herald: A Fire, McConnelsville, OH, p. 3, col. 1
  10. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, James Weeks household, p. 283, dwelling 52, family 52; OHMorg601
  11. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, James Weeks household, p.184A, dwelling 385, family 393.; OHMorg702

Sarah Weeks1

F, #266, b. 3 March 1837, d. 8 February 1880

Parents

FatherJames Weeks (b. 7 November 1812)
MotherAngela Kelley (b. between 11 February 1811 and 11 February 1814, d. 20 August 1872)

Family: Silas Fouts (b. 12 January 1835, d. 1 June 1912)

SonAbsalom Fouts+ (b. 21 April 1857, d. 15 January 1933)
DaughterSarah Blanche Fouts (b. 29 January 1873, d. 11 February 1873)
SonSilas Ralph Fouts (b. 24 February 1874, d. 1 October 1874)
SonFred Fouts (b. 23 January 1877, d. 18 March 1962)
SonCarl Fouts (b. 8 February 1880, d. 23 June 1880)

Biography

Sarah Weeks was born on 3 March 1837 in Ohio.1,2 She and Silas Fouts were married on 10 March 1856 in Morgan County, Ohio.3 Sarah Weeks died on 8 February 1880, at age 42.2 She was buried in Central City Cemetery (Central City), Merrick County, Nebraska.2
Silas and Sarah appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 27 June 1860 in Bristol Township, Morgan County, Ohio, with Absalom.4 Silas and Sarah appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 17 June 1870 in Jasper Township, Adams County, Iowa, with Absalom.5 She moved to Merrick County, Nebraska, 1871.6
Last Edited31 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  2. [S1403] Find A Grave, Record Type: database, www.findagrave.com, Sarah Weeks Fouts tombstone photo, Central City Cemetery, Merrick County, Nebraska
  3. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Silas Fouts and Sarah Weeks, 6 March 1856, Morgan County, Ohio
  4. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, Silas Fouts household, p. 327; OHMorg606
  5. [S1603] 1870 Census IA Adams, U.S. census, Iowa, Adams County, population schedule, Film M593 roll 374, Silas Fouts household, p. 74, dwelling 79, family 80; IAAdam701
  6. [S1403] Find A Grave, Record Type: database, www.findagrave.com, Silas and Sarah Fouts pioneer marker, Central City Cemetery, Merrick County, Nebraska

Harriet N. Weeks1

F, #267, b. 1839, d. 1870

Parents

FatherJames Weeks (b. 7 November 1812)
MotherAngela Kelley (b. between 11 February 1811 and 11 February 1814, d. 20 August 1872)

Family: DeWitt Clinton Blondin (b. about 1839, d. 20 May 1904)

DaughterMay Blondin+ (b. about 1863, d. 3 November 1934)
DaughterEva Blondin+ (b. December 1865, d. 1936)
SonU. S. Grant Blondin+ (b. 9 June 1868)

Biography

Harriet N. Weeks was born in 1839 in Ohio.1,2 She and DeWitt Clinton Blondin were married on 27 March 1862 in Morgan County, Ohio.3 Harriet N. Weeks died in 1870, at age ~31.4 She was buried in 1870 in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.4
Last Edited23 August 2011

Citations

  1. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  2. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016
  3. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Dewitt C. Blunden and Harriet N. Weeks, 27 March 1862, Morgan County, Ohio
  4. [S874] The Morgan County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Morgan Township Morgan County, Ohio, Blondin, Harriet A. 1870

William W. Weeks1

M, #268, b. April 1841

Parents

FatherJames Weeks (b. 7 November 1812)
MotherAngela Kelley (b. between 11 February 1811 and 11 February 1814, d. 20 August 1872)

Family: Eleanor Bowen (b. September 1842)

DaughterJessie A. Weeks+ (b. December 1864)
DaughterMary Olive Weeks (b. about 1867)
SonFranklin Howard Weeks+ (b. 17 September 1874, d. 1935)

Biography

William W. Weeks was born in April 1841 in Ohio.1,2 He and Eleanor Bowen were married on 6 September 1863 in Morgan County, Ohio.3
He registered for the Civil War draft June 1863, in Morgan Township, Morgan County. He was a 22 year old single farmer born in Ohio4 He was a common laborer in 1870.5 William and Eleanor appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 6 August 1870 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with Jessie and Mary Olive.5 He was a farmer in 1880.6 William and Eleanor appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 22 June 1880 in Lone Tree Precinct, Merrick County, Nebraska, with Jessie and Franklin. She was listed as Ella J. Weeks6 He appeared on the Nebraska state census on 19 June 1885 in Lone Tree Precinct, Merrick County, Nebraska. with Franklin7 He was a drayman in 1900.8 William and Eleanor appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 2 June 1900 in Third Street, Central City, Merrick County, Nebraska, with Franklin and Eleanor's mother Eleanor Bowen.8 He was a bus driver in 1910.9 William and Eleanor appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 18 April 1910 in Central City, Merrick County, Nebraska, with their daughter Jessie and grandsons William and Howard Weeks.9
Last Edited13 January 2016

Citations

  1. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  2. [S1601] 1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Merrick County, Film T623 roll 934, William Weeks household, ED 136, sheet 2B, dwelling 43, family 43
  3. [S72] Morgan County, Ohio Marriage Records, Marriage RecordsFilm Series: 910657-910662, 2321000 and 2293873, Volume: D, Film Number: 0910658, 126, #502, William Weeks and Eleanor Bowen, 6 September 1863
  4. [S789] Consolidated Lists of Civil War Draft Registrion Records: U.S., Civil War Draft Registration Records, 1863 - 1865, database and images, www.ancestry.com, Records of the Provost Marshall General's Bureau (Civil War)k Record Group 110, 15th Congressional District, Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio; p.8, line 20, Wm. Weeks entry
  5. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, William Weeks household, p. 165A, dwelling 96, family 102; OHMorg701
  6. [S1517] 1880 Census NE Merrick, U.S. census, Nebraska, Merrick County, population schedule, Film T9, roll 0752, William W. Weeks household, SD 2, ED 114, p. 31B, dwelling 214, family 225; NEMerr801
  7. [S1518] 1885 Merrick County, Nebraska State Census, transcribed, Url: www.ancestry.com, Wm. Weeks household, ED 526, p. 9B, locality Midway Borough
  8. [S1601] 1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Merrick County, Film T623 roll 934, William Weeks household, ED 136, sheet 2B, dwelling 43, family 43; NEMerr001
  9. [S1608] 1910 U.S. census, Nebraska, Merrick County, population schedule, Film T624, roll 851, W. W. Weeks household, ED 148, sheet 6B, dwelling 134, family 136; NEMerr101

Joseph B. Weeks1

M, #269, b. 7 February 1848, d. 5 March 1914

Parents

FatherJames Weeks (b. 7 November 1812)
MotherAngela Kelley (b. between 11 February 1811 and 11 February 1814, d. 20 August 1872)

Family: Rebecca Wilson (b. March 1839, d. 12 December 1922)

DaughterJennie D. Weeks+ (b. 15 June 1872, d. 6 November 1950)
DaughterHenrietta Weeks+ (b. 31 March 1875, d. 25 August 1946)

Biography

Joseph B. Weeks was born on 7 February 1848 in Ohio.2,3 He and Rebecca Wilson were married on 12 April 1871 in Morgan County, Ohio.4 Joseph B. Weeks died on 5 March 1914, at age 66, in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.3 He was buried on 7 March 1914 in Greenwood Cemetery (Zanesville), Muskingum County, Ohio.5,3
He was an engineer in 1880.6,7,8 Joseph and Rebecca appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 5 June 1880 in Barnesville, Belmont County, Ohio, with their daughters Jennie and Henrietta.6 He lived at 85 West Main in 1894 in Zanesville. at 85 West Main9 He lived at south side of West Main in 1896 in Zanesville.8 Joseph and Rebecca appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 7 June 1900 in Clark Street, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.7 He was an engineer at a station in 1910.10 Joseph and Rebecca appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 20 April 1910 in 463 Clark Street, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their daughter Henrietta, son-in-law John P. Scott and grandson Percy.11
Last Edited12 April 2018

Citations

  1. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  2. [S896] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, Film T623, roll 1310, Joseph B. Weeks household, ED 76, sheet 14A&B, dewlling 305, family 327
  3. [S428] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death certificate, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, Joseph B. Weeks, file no. 17750
  4. [S73] Morgan County, Ohio Marriage Records, Marriage Records, Film Series: 910657-910662, 2321000 and 2293873, Volume: E, Film Number: 0910658, 288, record #862; Joseph Weeks and Rebecca Wilson, 1871; OHMorgMarrE
  5. [S1403] Find A Grave, Record Type: database, www.findagrave.com, Joseph B. Weeks; Greenwood Cemtery, Zanesville, Ohio;
  6. [S181] 1880 Census OH Belmont, U.S. census, Ohio, Belmont County, population schedule, Film T9 rolls 994 & 995, Barnesville, ED 35, p. 14B, stamped p. 447B, dwelling 126, family 136, Joseph B. Weeks household; OHBelm801
  7. [S896] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, Film T623, roll 1310, Joseph B. Weeks household, ED 76, sheet 14A&B, dewlling 305, family 327; OHMusk005
  8. [S540] Zanesville Official City Directory 1896, Site Date: 2008, p. 416, Joseph B. Weeks (Rebecca) entry
  9. [S543] Zanesville Official City Directory 1894, Site Date: 2008, p. 384, Jos. B. Weeks entry
  10. [S905] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film: T624, Joseph B. Weeks household, ED 101, p. 3B, dwelling 73, family 75; 1
  11. [S905] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film: T624, Joseph B. Weeks household, ED 101, p. 3B, dwelling 73, family 75; OHMusk152

Virginia Amanda Cochran1,2

F, #270, b. 17 September 1843, d. 8 May 1922

Parents

FatherJohn Lowrey Cochran (b. 26 February 1817, d. June 1850)
MotherElvina P. Williams (b. 11 April 1818, d. 20 April 1898)

Family: John Hall Whitaker (b. 27 March 1837, d. 20 February 1924)

ChildWhitaker
DaughterHarriet Whitaker (b. 22 May 1865, d. 6 January 1912)
SonEugene F. Whitaker+ (b. 31 March 1869, d. 16 April 1961)

Biography

Virginia Amanda Cochran was born on 17 September 1843 in Ohio.3,4,5 She and John Hall Whitaker were married on 1 January 1863 in Morgan County, Ohio.6 Virginia Amanda Cochran died on 8 May 1922, at age 78, in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio.7,5 She was buried on 10 May 1922 in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.8,5
John and Virginia appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 1 August 1870 in Deerfield Township, Morgan County, Ohio, with Harriet and Eugene.9 John and Virginia appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 15 June 1880 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their children Harriet and Eugene, Virginia's mother Elvina, and Elvina's children James and Franklin. James was listed as Milton A. Cochran 32 year old brother-in-law10 John and Virginia appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 12 June 1900 in Union Street, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their daughter Harriet.11 John and Virginia appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 16 April 1910 in Water Street, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with their daughter Harriet. John was a Civil War verteran.12 John and Virginia appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded in January 1920 in Union Street, McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.13
Last Edited6 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, name given as Amanda V.
  2. [S1327] 1880 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, rolls 1050 and 1053, population schedule, Film T9, ED142 McConnelsville p.28 #171-191 Line 39, Gives name as Virginia A.
  3. [S1296] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, Film T623, roll 1309, John Whitaker household, ED 35, sheet 13B, p. 128B, dwelling 316, family 334 (Wife's given name is blank)
  4. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, John L. Cochran household, p. 233, family 116
  5. [S428] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death certificate, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, Virginia Whitaker, file no.30089
  6. [S72] Morgan County, Ohio Marriage Records, Marriage RecordsFilm Series: 910657-910662, 2321000 and 2293873, Volume: D, Film Number: 0910658, p. 106, #408, John H. Whitaker and Jennie A. Cochran, 1 Jan. 1863 by W.H.H. Woolf
  7. [S1504] Morgan County Index to Deaths, Death Index, Ohio, Morgan County, Film Series 910656, Volume 3, FHL Film 0910656, 73, Virginia Whitaker, 1922
  8. [S874] The Morgan County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Morgan Township Morgan County, Ohio, Virginia A. Whitaker 1843-1922, McConnelsville Cemetery
  9. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, John Whitaker household, p. 57, sheet 16, dwelling 122, family 118; OHMorg711
  10. [S1327] 1880 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, rolls 1050 and 1053, population schedule, Film T9, ED 142, dwelling 171, family 191; OHMorg801
  11. [S1296] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, Film T623, roll 1309, John Whitaker household, ED 35, sheet 13B, p. 128B, dwelling 316, family 334 (Wife's given name is blank); OHMorg001
  12. [S916] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T624, roll 1219, John Whitaker household, ED 48, p. 2A, dwelling 32, family 33; OHMorg101
  13. [S1339] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film T625, John Whitaker household, ED 77, sheet 3B, dwelling 77, family 107; OHMorg251

Emma E. Cochran1

F, #271, b. about 1845, d. 1910

Parents

FatherJohn Lowrey Cochran (b. 26 February 1817, d. June 1850)
MotherElvina P. Williams (b. 11 April 1818, d. 20 April 1898)

Biography

Emma E. Cochran was born about 1845 in Ohio.1,2 She and Elisha Y. Butler were married on 8 May 1878 in Morgan County, Ohio.3 Emma E. Cochran died in 1910.4 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.4
She graduated from in McConnelsville High School, McConnelsville, in 1866.5 Emma was recorded on the 1870 US Census on 3 August 1870 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, in the household of Elvina P. Williams . Charles and Lucetta Cochran and daughter Lura also resided in the house, but were enumerated as a separate family6 Emma became ward of Elvina P. Williams about 1880 Morgan County, Ohio.7 Emma appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 19 June 1880 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, in the household of Ira and Elizabeth Wilks.8 Emma became ward of John Lowrey Cochran May 1898 McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.9 Emma appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 6 June 1900 in Athens Township, Athens County, Ohio.10
Last Edited20 October 2014

Citations

  1. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  2. [S1367] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Athens County, Film T623, roll 1239, Emma E. Butler entry, ED 5, sheet 7A, line 12 (Gives birth as Nov. 1847.); OHAThe001
  3. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Elisha Y. Butler and Emma E. Cochran, 8 May 1878, Morgan County, Ohio
  4. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Emma Cochran tombstone
  5. [S697] Mercer, Bernhard, Umionion 1924 of the Malta McConnelsville High School, p. 94
  6. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, Elvina P. Waterman household, dwelling 34, family 34, p. 161; OHMorg701
  7. [S2076] Ohio. McConnelsville, McConnelsville Herald, "Temple of Justice ," 14 May 1898.
  8. [S1327] 1880 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, rolls 1050 and 1053, population schedule, Film T9, Ira Wilks household, ED 142, p. 84D, dwelling 301, family 334; OHMorg802
  9. [S2076] Ohio. McConnelsville, McConnelsville Herald, "Temple of Justice," 14 May 1898.
  10. [S1367] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Athens County, Film T623, roll 1239, Emma E. Butler entry, ED 5, sheet 7A, line 12; OHAThe001

James Milton Adair Cochran1

M, #272, b. about 1848, d. 16 January 1898

Parents

FatherJohn Lowrey Cochran (b. 26 February 1817, d. June 1850)
MotherElvina P. Williams (b. 11 April 1818, d. 20 April 1898)

Biography

James Milton Adair Cochran was born about 1848 in Ohio.2,3 He died on 16 January 1898 in Athens, Athens County, Ohio.4 He was buried on 18 January 1898 in McConnelsville Cemetery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.5,6,7
James Milton Adair Cochran was also known as Milton Cochran. James was recorded on the 1870 US Census on 3 August 1870 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, in the household of Elvina P. Williams . Charles and Lucetta Cochran and daughter Lura also resided in the house, but were enumerated as a separate family8 He was working in a tobacco factory in 1880.9
Last Edited4 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, gives name as James M. A.
  2. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  3. [S1543] McConnelsville Herald: Milton A. Cochran obituary, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 4, source of Adair
  4. [S1543] McConnelsville Herald: Milton A. Cochran obituary, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 4, gives date as "Saturday last"
  5. [S874] The Morgan County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Morgan Township Morgan County, Ohio, McConnelsville Cemetery
  6. [S1543] McConnelsville Herald: Milton A. Cochran obituary, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 4, gives date of funeral as "Tuesday" and date of death as "Sunday last"
  7. [S807] McConnelsville Cemetery, McConnelsville, Ohio tombstones, Cemetery, selected tombstones read 1969-1975, reread May 2001 by Barbara Shroyer, Milton Cochran tombstone
  8. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, Elvina P. Waterman household, dwelling 34, family 34, p. 161; OHMorg701
  9. [S1327] 1880 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, rolls 1050 and 1053, population schedule, Film T9

Eliza Cotton

F, #273, b. about 1817, d. 12 August 1879

Family: William H. Bozman (b. 11 December 1813, d. 22 September 1850)

SonJames E. Bozman+ (b. 22 May 1839, d. 6 January 1912)
DaughterMary Ruth Bozman (b. 10 June 1839, d. 16 January 1907)
SonJohn R Bozman (b. about 1842)
DaughterHarriet Bozman (b. about 1844)
SonWilliam W. Bozman+ (b. 12 May 1848, d. 24 February 1932)
SonBeverly Waugh Bozman+ (b. 12 August 1851, d. 10 June 1925)

Biography

Eliza Cotton was born about 1817 in Pennsylvania.1 She and William H. Bozman were married on 5 July 1836 in Morgan County, Ohio.2 Eliza Cotton died on 12 August 1879 in Athens County, Ohio.3
Eliza was named as an heir in the will of Mary Bozman on 4 December 1841. The will stated she was "of Brooke County" and was witnessed by William H. Bozman and John Royston Bozman. She left bequests to Thomas Kelly, Eliza Cotton, Wilkes B. Richardson, Reynolds Steen, Susanna Steen, Karenhappuch Steen, and Frances Richardson.4 William and Eliza appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded in 1850 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio, with James, John, Harriet, William, and Mary R.5 Eliza was left with six children and pregnant with a seventh child when her husband died. husband6,7 Eliza was mentioned in the will of Wilkes Bozman 30 March 1855 Morgan County, Ohio.8 Eliza appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 8 June 1860 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with James, Mary, John, Harriet, William and Beverly.9 Eliza appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 22 August 1870 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, with Mary, John, Harriet, William, and Beverly. William W. was listed as Ira W. W.10
Last Edited31 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  2. [S131] Morgan County,Ohio achieved Marriage Vol. A, Marriage Records, Volume: A, William H. Bozman and Eliza Cotton, 5 July 1836
  3. [S118] 1880 U.S. census mortality schedule, Ohio, Athens County, roll 102, mortality schedule, Film T1159, Athens, ED4, Eliza Bozman entry
  4. [S722] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, Mary Kelly will, Volume: 0, Page: 123, Film 910663
  5. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, William H. Bozman household, p. 234, dwelling 119; OHMorg501
  6. [S59] Loose paper in Cochran family 1853 Bible, Hugh M. Cochran family Bible, Bozman family data,, present owner Barbara Shroyer
  7. [S1334] Bozman, Chris, to Barbara Shroyer, email, "Re:Cousins?"
  8. [S786] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, Wilks Bosman will, Volume: 1, Page: 59, Film 910664
  9. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, Eliza Bozman household, p. 293, Morgan Twp., dwelling 200, family 200; OHMorg601
  10. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, p.159B & 160A, dwelling 14, family 14; OHMorg701

James E. Bozman

M, #274, b. 22 May 1839, d. 6 January 1912

Parents

FatherWilliam H. Bozman (b. 11 December 1813, d. 22 September 1850)
MotherEliza Cotton (b. about 1817, d. 12 August 1879)

Family 1: Lucinda McQuade (b. about 1847, d. 1 September 1888)

SonWilliam James Bozman (b. 1 January 1875, d. 1928)
DaughterMary E. Bozman+ (b. about 1877)
DaughterSusan Bozman (b. 1880, d. 13 October 1906)
SonJ. Edward Bozman (b. 20 September 1881)
DaughterLouisa V. Bozman (b. 1883, d. 17 July 1885)
SonMathew H. Bozman (b. 19 January 1886, d. 4 May 1890)
DaughterLucinda V. Bozman+ (b. 14 December 1887, d. 12 June 1985)

Family 2: Catherine A. (b. November 1854, d. 16 August 1933)

SonAlfred Cookman Bozman (b. 28 March 1891)
DaughterAnna Laverell Bozman (b. 16 September 1893, d. 8 January 1934)

Biography

James E. Bozman was born on 22 May 1839 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.1,2,3 He and Lucinda McQuade were married.4,5 James E. Bozman and Catherine A. were married about 1890.6 James E. Bozman died on 6 January 1912, at age 72, in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.7,8,2 He was buried in Spring Grove Cemetery (Cincinnati), Hamilton County, Ohio.9
James was recorded on the 1860 US Census on 8 June 1860 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, in the household of Eliza Cotton .10 He served in the 86th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Company F as a private in 1862.11,12 He enlisted on 2 August 1862.13 He was discharged, on 25 September 1862.13 He recieved $600 from the estate of his grandfather Wilkes Bozman on 5 January 1863.14 He registered for the Civil War draft June 1863, in Morgan Township, Morgan County. He was a 23 year old teacher born in Ohio15 He moved to California about 1864.16 He lived in 1874 in San Francisco, California. and worked as a solicitor for Kenny and Company17 He was on the voter list in in San Francisco, California, on 20 August 1875.18 He moved again to California in December 1875.16 He lived in 1877 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. and 1878 city directories at 11231/2 Passy'k av19 He was a salesman in 1880.20 James and Lucinda appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 1 June 1880 in 1515 Passyyunk Avenue, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, with their children William, Mary, and Susan.21,22 He lived in 1881 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1882, 1884 and 1885 city directories at 1515 Passy'k avenue22 He lived in 1887 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. city directory at 1937 Dean23 He lived in 1888 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. city directory at 1931 Gerhard24 He lived in 1889 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1891, and 1894 city directories at 1834 Gerhart25 James appeared on the 1890 Veterans Schedule 1890, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.13 He was a member of Broad Street Methodist Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from June 1890 to 4 October 1893.26 He was a cigar salesman in 1900.27 James and Catherine appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 9 June 1900 in Williamson Place, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, with their children Alfred and Anna.27 He was a salesman in a cigar store in 1910.28,27 James and Catherine appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 27 April 1910 in 4266 Williamson Place, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, with their daughter Anna.29
Last Edited15 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  2. [S428] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death certificate, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, James E. Bozman, file no. 2508
  3. [S966] The Spring Grove Family, http://www.springgrove.org/sg/genealogy/sg_genealogy_home.shtm, James E. Bozman, 6 January 1912, Spring Grove Cemetery. Cemetery record did not give birth date, but gave place as McConnelsville
  4. [S1041] Philadelphia City Death Certificates, 1803-1915, database and images, Family Search http://www.familysearch.org, Susan Bozman, 13 October 1906, New York, New York. This is a Philadelphia undertaker's certificate with a New York transit certificate attached. The undertaker's certificate listed her parents as James Bozman and Lucy McQuade
  5. [S1042] Philadelphia City Births, 1860-1906, database, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Lucinda V. Bozman, 14 December 1887, Phaldelphia, Pennsylvania
  6. [S1269] 1900 Census OH Hamilton, U.S. census, Ohio, Hamilton County, rolls 1277, 1279, 1281, 1282, Film T623, James E. Bozman household, ED 209, sheet 9B, p. 40A, dwelling 179, family 191; OHHami003
  7. [S1532] Weekly Herald: James Bozman obituary, McConnelsville, Ohio
  8. [S309] Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, 1958-2007, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, James E. Bozman, d. 6 January 1912 Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., vol. 695, cert #2508
  9. [S966] The Spring Grove Family, http://www.springgrove.org/sg/genealogy/sg_genealogy_home.shtm, James E. Bozman, 6 January 1912, Spring Grove Cemetery
  10. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, Eliza Bozman household, p. 293, Morgan Twp., dwelling 200, family 200; OHMorg601
  11. [S1897] Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System: Soldiers, database, National Park Service, http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/soldiers.cfm, Bozman, James E.
  12. [S1898] Civil War Pension Index, www.ancestry.com, Bozman, James E.
  13. [S1056] 1890 Veterans Schedule PA Philadelphia, Veterans Schedule, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Url: www.ancestry.com, Microfilm M123 Roll 78, Philadelphia, ED28, p. 2, dwelling 200, family 217, James E. Bozman entry
  14. [S2356] Ohio. Morgan County, Estate Case Files, Box 68A, Wilkes Bozman estae file; FHL microfilm, item receipt from Mary R. Bozman, Harriet E. Bozman and Jas E Bozman
  15. [S789] Consolidated Lists of Civil War Draft Registrion Records: U.S., Civil War Draft Registration Records, 1863 - 1865, database and images, www.ancestry.com, Records of the Provost Marshall General's Bureau (Civil War)k Record Group 110, 15th Congressional District, Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio; p.1, line 19, Jas. E. Bosman entry
  16. [S1064] The Athens Messenger: Local Matters, Athens, Ohio
  17. [S1053] San Francisco City Directory, 1874, Site Date: 2012, p. 115, J. E. Bozman
  18. [S1052] Ward Register of the Eighth Ward San Francisco County 1875: Great Registers of California, digital images, San Francisco County, California, p. 9, no. 61724, James E. Bozman, registered 20 August 1875
  19. [S1063] Philadelphia City Directories: US City Directories, 1821-1989, Url: www.ancestry.com, 1877 and 1878 Philadelphia City Directories, James E. Bozman was at 1123 1/2 Passy'k Avenue
  20. [S1049] 1880 Census PA Philadelphia, U.S. census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County, population schedule, Film T9, Philadelphia, ED 19, sheet 1A, stamped p. 268A, dwelling 4, family 4, 1515 Passyunk Avenue, James Edwards household. The census taker recorded this family using James's middle name for the family surname. See source for 1880 census
  21. [S1049] 1880 Census PA Philadelphia, U.S. census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County, population schedule, Film T9, Philadelphia, ED 19, sheet 1A, stamped p. 268A, dwelling 4, family 4, 1515 Passyunk Avenue, James Edwards household. The census taker recorded this family apparently using James's middle name for the family surname. James E. Bozman is listed at the same address as this census, 1515 Passyyunk Avenue, on the 1881 through 1885 Philadelphia City Directories. The given names of family members match the known names from other sources as do birth places and ages. James Edwards MW 41 married salesman Ohio M.L.[Maryland] Ohio
  22. [S1063] Philadelphia City Directories: US City Directories, 1821-1989, Url: www.ancestry.com, 1881, 1882, 1884, and 1885 Philadelphia City Directories, James E. Bozman was at 1515 Passy'k Avenue
  23. [S1063] Philadelphia City Directories: US City Directories, 1821-1989, Url: www.ancestry.com, 1887 Philadelphia City Directories, James E. Bozman was at 1935 Dean
  24. [S1063] Philadelphia City Directories: US City Directories, 1821-1989, Url: www.ancestry.com, 1888 Philadelphia City Directories, James E. Bozman was at 1931 Gerhard
  25. [S1063] Philadelphia City Directories: US City Directories, 1821-1989, Url: www.ancestry.com, 1889, 1891, and 1894 Philadelphia City Directories, James E. Bozman was at 1934 Gerhard
  26. [S1057] Pennsylvania, Church and Town Records, 1708-1985: Pennsylvania, Church and Town Records, 1708-1985, Broad Street United Methodist Church, pp. 24-25, James Bozman recieved 22 June 1890, Mrs. Jas. Bozman recieved 8 December 1889, both removed 4 October 1893
  27. [S1269] 1900 Census OH Hamilton, U.S. census, Ohio, Hamilton County, rolls 1277, 1279, 1281, 1282, Film T623, James E. Bozman household
  28. [S1368] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Hamilton County, population schedule, Film: T624; OHHami104
  29. [S1368] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Hamilton County, population schedule, Film: T624, James E. Bozmann household, ED 967, sheet 9A, dwelling 177, family 196; OHHami104

John R Bozman1

M, #275, b. about 1842

Parents

FatherWilliam H. Bozman (b. 11 December 1813, d. 22 September 1850)
MotherEliza Cotton (b. about 1817, d. 12 August 1879)

Biography

John R Bozman was born about 1842 in Ohio.1
John was recorded on the 1860 US Census on 8 June 1860 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, in the household of Eliza Cotton .2 He registered for the Civil War draft June 1863, in Morgan Township, Morgan County. He was a 20 year old single laborer born in Ohio3 He recieved $600 from the estate of her grandfather Wilkes Bozman on 29 February 1864.4 John was recorded on the 1870 US Census on 22 August 1870 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio, in the household of Eliza Cotton .5 He was a cigar maker in 1880 in Athens.6 John was recorded on the 1880 US Census on 22 June 1880 in Athens, Athens County, Ohio, as a brother in the household of Mary Ruth Bozman . No relationships were listed, but all three men were her brothers. The household was listed immediately before that of her married sister7
Last Edited8 September 2017

Citations

  1. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  2. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, Eliza Bozman household, p. 293, Morgan Twp., dwelling 200, family 200; OHMorg601
  3. [S789] Consolidated Lists of Civil War Draft Registrion Records: U.S., Civil War Draft Registration Records, 1863 - 1865, database and images, www.ancestry.com, Records of the Provost Marshall General's Bureau (Civil War)k Record Group 110, Ohio 15th Congressional District, Morgan Township, Morgan County; p.1, John Bosman 2 entry
  4. [S2356] Ohio. Morgan County, Estate Case Files, Box 68A, Wilkes Bozman estae file; FHL microfilm, item receipt from John R. Bozman 2d
  5. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246, p.159B & 160A, dwelling 14, family 14; OHMorg701
  6. [S1492] 1880 Census OH Athens, U.S. census, Ohio, Athens County, rolls 992 and 993, population schedule, Film:T9, Mary R. Bozman household, ED 4, p. 74B, dwelling 10, family 418
  7. [S1492] 1880 Census OH Athens, U.S. census, Ohio, Athens County, rolls 992 and 993, population schedule, Film:T9, Mary R. Bozman household, ED 4, p. 74B, dwelling 10, family 418; OHAthe801