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Ulysses Grant Bozman

M, #1326, b. about 1866, d. 23 October 1933

Parents

FatherWilliam S. Bozman (b. 12 July 1822, d. 30 December 1912)
MotherMarie Oliver (b. 20 November 1827, d. 5 May 1923)

Family: Annie Maud Stephenson (b. about 1880)

DaughterClara M. Bozman (b. about 1903)
DaughterMary M. Bozman (b. about 1906)
DaughterNeoma Margaret Bozman (b. about 1914, d. 17 September 2004)

Biography

Ulysses Grant Bozman was born about 1866 in Morgan County, Ohio.1,2 He and Annie Maud Stephenson were married about 1900.3 Ulysses Grant Bozman died on 23 October 1933 in Rayville, Richland Parish, Louisiana.2
Ulysses and Annie appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 15 April 1910 in Centralia, Craig County, Oklahoma, with ther daughters Clara and Mary and nephew Leslie Weir.3 He was a dealer in ash logs in 1920.4 Ulysses and Annie appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 22 March 1920 in Police Jury Ward Two, Richland Parish, Louisiana, with their daughters Clara, Mary, and Neoma.4 Ulysses and Annie appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 2 April 1930 in Rayville, Richland Parish, Louisiana, with daughters Clara and Neoma, son-in-law George Blinn, and a grandson.5
Last Edited21 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S1280] 1870 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 1246
  2. [S633] Louisiana Death Certificates 1850-1875; 1894-1954, database, Family Search, www.familysearch.com, Grant Bozman
  3. [S1777] 1910 U.S. census, Oklahoma, Craig County, population schedule, Film: T624 roll 1249, Ulyses G. Bozman household, ED 28, sheets 1A&B, dwelling 16, family 16,; OKCrai101
  4. [S1859] 1920 U.S. census, Louisiana, Richland Parish, population schedule, Film T625 roll 628, LARich250
  5. [S1852] 1930 U.S. census, Louisana, Richland Parish, population schedule, Film T626, Grant Bozman household, ED 4, sheet 1B, dwelling 17, family 17; LARich350

Clarence Franklin Bozman

M, #1327, b. 20 January 1868, d. 2 March 1943

Parents

FatherWilliam S. Bozman (b. 12 July 1822, d. 30 December 1912)
MotherMarie Oliver (b. 20 November 1827, d. 5 May 1923)

Family 1: Alice B. Hook (b. about 1874)

DaughterGoldie Bozman (b. 14 February 1893, d. 1975)

Family 2: Nellie Parmiter (b. 21 June 1873, d. 7 August 1968)

SonHaskell Bozman (b. 1907, d. 1908)

Biography

Clarence Franklin Bozman was born on 20 January 1868 in Meigsville Township, Morgan County, Ohio.1,2 He and Alice B. Hook were married on 2 September 1891 in Muskingum County, Ohio.3 Clarence Franklin Bozman and Nellie Parmiter were married on 20 August 1906 in Morgan County, Ohio.2 Clarence Franklin Bozman died on 2 March 1943, at age 75.4 He was buried in Hobart Rose Cemetery (Hobart), Kiowa County, Oklahoma.4
He was a farmer.5,6,7 Clarence and Nellie appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 22 April 1910 in Otter Creek Township, Kiowa County, Oklahoma, with his daughter Goldie.5 Clarence and Nellie appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 2 February 1920 in Otter Creek Township, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.6 Clarence and Nellie appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 2 April 1930 in Otter Creek Township, Kiowa County, Oklahoma.7
Last Edited27 November 2014

Citations

  1. [S1296] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, Film T623, roll 1309, William S. Bozman household, ED 34, sheet 7A, dwelling 149, family 153; OHMorg006
  2. [S1775] Morgan County, Ohio Marriage Records, Marriage Records, Film Series: 910657-910662, 2321000 and 2293873, Volume: I, Film Number: 0910660, 168, #33, Clarence F. Bozman and Nellie Parmiter, 1906
  3. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Clarence F. Bozman and Alice B. Hook, 2 September 1891, Muskingum County, Ohio
  4. [S1403] Find A Grave, Record Type: database, www.findagrave.com, Clarence Franklin Bozman
  5. [S1776] 1910 U.S. census, Oklahoma, Kiowa County, population schedule, Film T624 roll 1257, Clarence Bozman household, ED 181, sheet 4A, dwelling 42, family 43; OKKiow101
  6. [S1854] 1920 U.S. census, Oklahoma, Kiowa County, population schedule, Film T625, Clarence F. Bozman household, Ed 144, sheet 9B, dwelling 154, family 161; OKKiow201
  7. [S1853] 1930 U.S. census, Oklahoma, Kiowa County, population schedule, Film: T626, C. F. Bozman household, ED 27, sheet 1A, p. 215, dwelling 7, family 7; OKKiow301

Mary Russell1

F, #1328, b. 29 April 1786, d. 9 March 1870

Parents

FatherGeorge Russell (b. about 1751, d. 1843)
MotherElizabeth (b. about 1761, d. 1838)

Family: William Weeks (b. about 30 August 1786)

SonWilliam Weeks (b. 22 July 1811)
SonJames Weeks+ (b. 7 November 1812)
Russell, Mary bapt

Biography

Mary Russell was born on 29 April 1786 in Kent, England.2,1 She and Joseph Barrow were married.3,4 Mary Russell and William Weeks were married on 29 October 1810 in All Saints, Maidstone, Kent, England.5,6 Mary Russell died on 9 March 1870, at age 83.7 She was buried in McConnelsville Cemtery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.7
She was baptized on 23 November 1803 in Barming, Kent, England.1 She lived in 1812 in Barming, Kent, England.5 She may have married at St. Giles in Camberwell, Surrey, Kent, England, on 17 July 1815. A Mary Weeks, spinster, and Joseph Barrow were married there on that date. It may well be a different couple since Mary was not a spinster and Camberwell was not close to known locations for either of them.8 She moved to Morgan County, Ohio, about 1819.9,10 Joseph and Mary appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded in 1850 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio. Joseph was 55 and Mary was 6411 Joseph and Mary appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 4 June 1860 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio.12 Mary was listed as the widow in the will of Joseph Barrow 27 October 1867 McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.13 She elected to take under her husband's will in Morgan County, Ohio, on 11 November 1867.14
Last Edited9 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S341] Bishops Transcripts of the Parish Registers for Barmiing, Kent 1716-1812, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Volume: CKS-DRb/R/T/116, microfilm 1469177, items 1, Rutsell [Russell], Mary, 1803 # 12, born 29 April 1786, baptized 23 November 1803
  2. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, Joseph Barrows household, Mary age 64
  3. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715
  4. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016
  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. [S342] Bishops Transcripts for All Saints, Maidstone, Kent 1700-1812, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Volume DCb/BT1/152, microfilm 1469177, items 1, William Weeks and Mary Russell 29 October 1810
  7. [S874] The Morgan County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Morgan Township Morgan County, Ohio, "Partial Illigible Stones", Joseph and Mary w/o Joseph; date for Joseph matches his death record, the age of 87 at 3/9/1870 matches Mary's birthdate in her baptism record.
  8. [S1982] St. Giles (Camberwell, Surrey, Kent, England), Parish registers, 1815, Joseph Barrow and Mary Weeks 17 July 1815; FHL microfilm 0254271 P73/GIS/008, 049-056, 129
  9. [S1540] McConnelsville Herald: Home personal, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 4, James Weeks resident of Ohio for 54 years
  10. [S1534] McConnelsville Herald: Local Personals, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 3
  11. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, Joseph Barrows household, dwelling 44
  12. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, Joseph Barrow household, p. 10, dwelling 56, family 56; OHMorg601
  13. [S1281] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, Joseph Barrow nuncupative will, Volume: 1, Page: 448, Film 910664, Will007
  14. [S2251] Ohio. Morgan, Court Journals. Digital images, D: 263, Election of Mary Barrow, 11 November 1867; accessed 18 Jun 2016

Joseph Barrow1,2

M, #1329, b. about 1795, d. 2 November 1867
Joseph Barrow Inventory

Biography

Joseph Barrow was born about 1795 in Kent, England.3,4 He and Mary Russell were married.1,2 Joseph Barrow died on 2 November 1867 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.5 He was buried in McConnelsville Cemtery (McConnelsville), Morgan County, Ohio.6
He may have married at St. Giles in Camberwell, Surrey, Kent, England, on 17 July 1815. A Mary Weeks, spinster, and Joseph Barrow were married there on that date. It may well be a different couple since Mary was not a spinster and Camberwell was not close to known locations for either of them.7 He moved to Morgan County, Ohio, about 1819.8,9 Joseph was on the to 1825 tax list in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio. He would also have been on later tax lists.10,11,12,13 Joseph was on the in 1825 tax list in Morgan County, Ohio. He was listed as a resident proprietor14,15 Joseph was head of household on the 1830 US Census taken in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio. The household consisted of with one male 15-20, one male 30 -40, one female 40-50, and one female 50-60.16 Joseph was grantee eighty acres by George and Sarah Johnson on 1 February 1831 in Morgan County, Ohio.17 He filed a naturalization intent October 1831, in Common Pleas Court, Morgan County.18 He was naturalized in October 1835 in McConnelsville, Morgan County, Ohio.19,20 Joseph was head of household on the 1840 US Census taken in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio. The household consisted of The household consisted of one male 40-50 and one female 50-60.21 Joseph and Mary appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded in 1850 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio. Joseph was 55 and Mary was 6422 He was listed as a farmer on the censuses of between 1850 and 1860 in Morgan Township.23,22 Joseph and Mary appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 4 June 1860 in Morgan Township, Morgan County, Ohio.23 Joseph made a nuncumpative will 27 October 1867 in McConnelsville, Ohio24
Last Edited15 May 2018

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. [S1299] Morgan County Genealogical Society, Genealogical Extracts from Naturalization Records Morgan County, Ohio
  4. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, Joseph Barrows entry, age 55
  5. [S1505] Morgan County Deaths, Death Records, Ohio, Morgan County, Film Series 910655, Volume 1, FHL film 0910655, 4, Joseph Barrow, 1867
  6. [S874] The Morgan County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Morgan Township Morgan County, Ohio, "Partial Illigible Stones", Joseph and Mary w/o Joseph; date for Joseph matches his death record, the age of 87 at 3/9/1870 matches Mary's birthdate in her baptism record.
  7. [S1982] St. Giles (Camberwell, Surrey, Kent, England), Parish registers, 1815, Joseph Barrow and Mary Weeks 17 July 1815; FHL microfilm 0254271 P73/GIS/008, 049-056, 129
  8. [S1540] McConnelsville Herald: Home personal, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 4, James Weeks resident of Ohio for 54 years
  9. [S1534] McConnelsville Herald: Local Personals, McConnelsville, Ohio, p. 3, col. 3
  10. [S1829] Morgan County, Ohio Tax Records 975-984 1820-1829, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 514169, Joseph Barrow, vol. 981-984, 1827-1829
  11. [S1838] Morgan County, Ohio Tax Records 985-989 1830-34, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 514170, Joseph Barrow, Morgan Twp., vol. 985-988, 1830-33
  12. [S1840] Morgan County, Ohio Tax Records 990-93 1835-38, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 514171, Joseph Barrow, Morgan Twp., Vol. 990-993, 1835-38
  13. [S1356] Powell, Esther Weygandt, compiler, Early Ohio Tax Records, p. 281 (1840)
  14. [S1356] Powell, Esther Weygandt, compiler, Early Ohio Tax Records, p. 280
  15. [S1829] Morgan County, Ohio Tax Records 975-984 1820-1829, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 514169, Joseph Barrow, vol 980
  16. [S1139] 1830 Census OH Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M19, roll 137, Joseph Barow household, p. 23; OHMorg301
  17. [S772] Morgan County Ohio Deed Records Vol. D, Film Series: 0911074-0911100, FHL microfilm 0911075, D:310, George and Sarah Johnson to Joseph Barrow, 1 February 1831
  18. [S365] Morgan County, Ohio Court of Common Pleas Minutes, Court of Common Pleas Minutes, Ohio, Morgan County, Film Series 911480-911483, Volume B, FHL Film 911480, 237, Joseph Barrow, naturalization intent, 1831
  19. [S1299] Morgan County Genealogical Society, Genealogical Extracts from Naturalization Records Morgan County, Ohio, The compilers sources was: Morgan Co. Common Pleas Minutes vol. B p. 237
  20. [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, 264, Joseph Barrow naturalization, 1835
  21. [S1150] 1840 U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M704, roll 417, Joseph Barrow household; OHMorg401
  22. [S1750] 1850 Ohio Census, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 715, Joseph Barrows household, dwelling 44
  23. [S98] 1860 Census Ohio Morgan, U.S. census, Ohio, Morgan County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 1016, Joseph Barrow household, p. 10, dwelling 56, family 56; OHMorg601
  24. [S1281] Morgan County Ohio Will Books, Joseph Barrow nuncupative will, Volume: 1, Page: 448, Film 910664, Will007

Amanda E. Wheeler

F, #1330, b. 22 September 1872, d. 21 April 1942

Parents

FatherBennager Wheeler (b. 18 April 1848, d. 31 December 1923)
MotherCynthia Emma Coyne (b. 12 September 1854, d. 11 May 1919)
Wheeler, Amanda

Biography

Amanda E. Wheeler was born on 22 September 1872 in Hartland, Huron County, Ohio.1 She and James M. Henricks were married on 26 November 1891 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.2 Amanda E. Wheeler died on 21 April 1942, at age 69, in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.3 She was buried on 23 April 1942 in Memorial Park (Toledo), Lucas County, Ohio.3
Amanda E. Wheeler was also known as Manda Wheeler. James and Amanda appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 1 June 1900 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio, with their son James.4 James and Amanda appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 15 April 1910 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio, with their son James.5 James and Amanda appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 14 January 1920 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio, with their son James.6 Amanda appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 15 April 1930 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio, She had four lodgers. Her son and his wife and their four children lived next door.7
Last Edited13 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S932] Ohio County Births 1841-2003, database and images, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Manda E. Wheeler, 22 September 1872; Hartland, Huron County, Ohio
  2. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, James M. Henricks and Amanda E. Wjeeler, 26 November 1891, Lucas County, Ohio
  3. [S428] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death certificate, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, Amanda E. Henricks, no. 24794
  4. [S1628] 1900 U.S. Census, Ohio, Lucas County, rolls 1296, 1297, 1298, 1299, Film T623, Toledo, ED 91, p. 9A, stamped p. 182, dwelling 137, family 221, James Hendricks household
  5. [S1411] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Lucas County, population schedule, Film T624, Toledo, ED 78, p. 1B, dwelling 28, family 38, James Henricks household
  6. [S1787] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Lucas County, population schedule, Film T625, Toledo, ED 124, p. 15A, dwelling 284, family 455, James M. Hendricks household
  7. [S1562] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Lucas County, population schedule, Film T626, Toledo, ED 205, p. 10B, dwelling 16, family 26, Amanda Henricks household

Levi J. Wheeler

M, #1331, b. 5 November 1874

Parents

FatherBennager Wheeler (b. 18 April 1848, d. 31 December 1923)
MotherCynthia Emma Coyne (b. 12 September 1854, d. 11 May 1919)

Family: Anna Wishon (b. about 1875)

SonLevi J. Wheeler, Jr. (b. about 1898)
SonArthur E. Wheeler (b. about 1901)

Biography

Levi J. Wheeler was born on 5 November 1874 in Hartland, Huron County, Ohio.1 He and Anna Wishon were married on 6 September 1894 in Lucas County, Ohio.2
He was a night watchman in a department store in 1910.3 Levi and Anna appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 21 April 1910 in 199 Dunham Street, Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan, with their sons Levi and Arthur. Also enumerated with the family was James O'Dell an 18 year old cousin born in Ohio.3 He was a watchman for the Judson Grocer Company in 1918 in Grand Rapids.4 He lived in 1918 in 1103 Dunham Street, Grand Rapids.4 He registered for the World War I draft 12 September 1918, in Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan.4 He was a night watchman in a department store in 1910. He was a self-employed grocer in 1920. Levi and Anna appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 3 January 1920 in Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan, with their sons Levi and Arthur, Levi jr's wife Anna, and Levi sr.'s father Bennager.5 He was a foreman for a wholesale grocery in 1930.6 Levi and Anna appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 9 April 1930 in Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan.6 He was worked in the packing room of a wholesale grocery in 1940.7 Levi and Anna appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 11 April 1940 in Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan.7
Last Edited27 November 2014

Citations

  1. [S932] Ohio County Births 1841-2003, database and images, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Levi Wheeler, 5 November 1874; Hartland, Huron County, Ohio
  2. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Levi J. Wheeler and Anna M. Wishon, 6 September 1894, Lucas County
  3. [S1588] 1910 U.S. census, Michigan, Kent County, population schedule, Film T624, roll 657, Levi J. Wheeler household, ED 108, sheet 18A, dwelling 200, family 213; MIKent101
  4. [S1890] World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Cards 1917-18, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, Grand Rapids, Kent Co., Michigan, 12 Sept. 1918, serial#2131, order #A5347, Levi J. Wheeler
  5. [S1471] 1920 U.S. census, Michigan, Kent County, population schedule, Film: T625, Levi Wheeler household, dwelling 45, family 45, ED 75, sheet 3B; MIKent201
  6. [S1072] 1930 U.S. census, LMichigan, Kent County, population schedule, Film T626, Grand Rapids, ED 69, sheet 12A, stamped p. 85, dwelling 216, family 238, Levi J. Wheeler household
  7. [S1074] 1940 U.S. census, Michigan, Kent County, population schedule, Film T627, Grand Rapids, ED 86-134. sheet 8A, stamped p. 1652, household 164, Levi J. Wheeler household

Andrew J. Monroe1

M, #1332

Family: Caroline Amanda Cochran (b. 16 November 1828, d. 27 July 1873)

SonMilton Adair Monroe (b. about 1856, d. 22 November 1861)
DaughterSusan Monroe (b. about 1858)

Biography

Andrew J. Monroe and Caroline Amanda Cochran were married on 1 February 1851 in Muskingum County, Ohio.1
Last Edited22 November 2016

Citations

  1. [S672] Family Search: Ohio Marriages 1800-1958, database, http://www.familysearch.org, Andrew J. Monroe and Caroline A. Cockran, 1 September 1851, Muskingum County

Alexander A. McKinney1

M, #1333

Family: Caroline Amanda Cochran (b. 16 November 1828, d. 27 July 1873)

DaughterElla A. McKinney+ (b. 23 February 1868, d. 8 April 1949)
SonJohn L. Cochran McKinney (b. January 1870, d. 7 August 1877)

Biography

Alexander A. McKinney and Caroline Amanda Cochran were married on 21 October 1866 in Muskingum County, Ohio.2
He was a blacksmith in 1870.3 Alexander and Caroline appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 16 July 1870 in Putnam, Muskingum County, Ohio, with their children Ella and John and Robert S. Cochran. Robert was listed as Robert Cockran 88 born Pennsylvania who "lives with daughter". However, Robert was probably Caroline's uncle. The family was enumerated immediately after the Wyatt Cochran family3 Alexander appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 1 July 1880 in Union Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, with his wife Emma, daughter Ella, stepson Harry Ross and 71 year old Athalia Garner. Also in the household was Athalia Garner a 71 year old woman who as a "boarder"4 He was a farmer in 1900.5 Alexander appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 2 June 1900 in Logan County, Nebraska, with his wife Emma and stepson Harry M. Ross. his wife Emma and step-son Harry M. Ross5
Last Edited22 November 2016

Citations

  1. [S1691] LDS, Family Search: International Genealogical Index, Record Type: database, Owner Or Creator: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Url: www.familysearch.org
  2. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Alexander McKinney and Caroline A. Monroe, 21 October 1866, Muskingum County, Ohio
  3. [S1223] 1870 Census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1250 & 1251, population schedule, Film M593, Alexander McKinney household, p. 101, dwelling 774, family 787; OHMusk708
  4. [S1234] 1880 Census OH Musk, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1054 and 1055, population schedule, Film T9, Alex McKinney household, ED 173, p. 35, dwelling 341, family 361; OHMusk811
  5. [S691] 1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Logan County, Film T623, Dorp Precinct, ED 156. sheet 2B, dwelling 19,family 19, Alexander McKinney household

Milton Adair Monroe1,2

M, #1334, b. about 1856, d. 22 November 1861

Parents

FatherAndrew J. Monroe
MotherCaroline Amanda Cochran (b. 16 November 1828, d. 27 July 1873)

Biography

Milton Adair Monroe was born about 1856 in Ohio.3,2 He died on 22 November 1861 in Muskingum County, Ohio.2 He was buried in Zanesville Cemetery (Zanesville.)2
Last Edited6 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S207] 1860 Census Ohio Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1018 and 1019, population schedule, Film M653, Adair Monroe
  2. [S1894] Longley, K. Y, Zanesville Cemetery Interments Nov. 1861, mail list, OHMuskin, Url: www.rootsweb,com/~ohmuskin
  3. [S207] 1860 Census Ohio Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1018 and 1019, population schedule, Film M653

Susan Monroe1

F, #1335, b. about 1858

Parents

FatherAndrew J. Monroe
MotherCaroline Amanda Cochran (b. 16 November 1828, d. 27 July 1873)

Biography

Susan Monroe was born about 1858 in Ohio.1
Last Edited6 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S207] 1860 Census Ohio Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1018 and 1019, population schedule, Film M653

Hannah Niebel1,2,3

F, #1344

Parents

Family: Johann Ludwig Schreyer (b. 22 April 1741)

SonLeonard Shroyer+ (b. about 3 April 1772, d. 11 February 1852)

Biography

Hannah Niebel and Johann Ludwig Schreyer were married on 4 January 1763 in Schoolhouse, Bedminister Twp., Bucks County, Pennsylvania.4
Hannah Niebel was also known as Johanna Niebel.5,3
Last Edited22 November 2016

Citations

  1. [S1290] Northumberland County Pennsylvania Register and Recorder Will Boosk, Philip Shroyer,, Volume: 2, Page: 701-702, Film 0961022, source of given name Hannah only
  2. [S1351] Hinke, William J, Church Records of Stone Valley or Zion's Lutheran and Reformed Congregations Lower Mahanoy Township Northumberland County Pennsylvania Vols. I-II 1777-1854, p. 6, "Luwig Schreier & wf. Johanna nee Niebling"
  3. [S1352] Irish, Donna R.; compiler, Pennsylvania German Marriages: Marriages and Marriage Evidence in Pennsylvinia German Churches, p. 7 Her name was listed as Johanna Niebel
  4. [S1352] Irish, Donna R.; compiler, Pennsylvania German Marriages: Marriages and Marriage Evidence in Pennsylvinia German Churches, p. 7 compiler copied from film roll 129: Keller's Lutheran Church 1751-1870, Bedminister Twn. Bucks Co.
  5. [S1351] Hinke, William J, Church Records of Stone Valley or Zion's Lutheran and Reformed Congregations Lower Mahanoy Township Northumberland County Pennsylvania Vols. I-II 1777-1854, p. 6

Johann Ludwig Schreyer1

M, #1345, b. 22 April 1741

Family: Hannah Niebel

SonLeonard Shroyer+ (b. about 3 April 1772, d. 11 February 1852)

Biography

Johann Ludwig Schreyer was born on 22 April 1741 in Baden, Germany.1 He and Hannah Niebel were married on 4 January 1763 in Schoolhouse, Bedminister Twp., Bucks County, Pennsylvania.2
He was baptized on 23 April 1741 in Rappenau Evangelische, Rappenau, Baden, Germany. with Johann Philipp schellenbauer, J. Philipp Nollenberger, Ludwig Roth, and J. Leonhard Merckle as godparents1 Johann was on the in 1778 tax list in Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. He was listed as Ludwich Sereyer3 Johann was on the in 1780 tax list in Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. He was listed as Ludwick Shryer with 1 horse and 1 cow4 Johann was on the in 1781 tax list in Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. A man named Lewis Shrier appears on the list5 Johann was on the in 1785 tax list in Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. A Ludwig S----er was listed6 Johann was on the in 1786 tax list in Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. He was listed as Ludwigh Shryer7 Johann was on the in 1787 tax list in Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. He was listed as Ludwick Shreyr8 Johann was on the in 1788 tax list in Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. He was listed as Ludwig Shryer with two horses and 1 cow9 Johann was on the 1789 or 1790 tax list in Mahanoy Township. He was listed as Ludwig Sheier and the list was undated10 Johann was head of household on the 1790 US Census taken in Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. The household consisted of 3 males 16 and over, 2 males under 16, and 5 females. He was listed as Ludwig Shrowyer.11 Johann was on the in 1791 tax list in Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. He was listed as Ludwig Shryer12 Johann was on the in 1793 tax list in Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. He was listed as Ludwig Shryer. Also listed was John Shryer13 He had an estate probated on 25 October 1793 in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. Hannah Strawer was administrator. File # 35, p. 120, inventory filed 20 Nov. 1793 and 27 Aug. 1823,and account was liled 9 Aug. 179614
Last Edited15 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1913] Rappenau Evangelische Kirchenbuck (1731 - 1802) Transcription, http://archaeolineages.com/rotnhofr/kirchen.htm, Johann Ludwig Schreyer, p. 81; b. 22 Arp 1741, bap. 23 Apr 1741; par. Johann Simon Schreyer, hiesiger Bürger und Anna Maria uxor; sp. 1. Hl. Johann Philipp schellenbauer, Ludim., J. Philipp Nollenberger, civic h. l., 3. Ludwig Roth, Bürg. zu Bonfeld, J. Leonhard Merckle, auch Bürg. zu Bonfeld
  2. [S1352] Irish, Donna R.; compiler, Pennsylvania German Marriages: Marriages and Marriage Evidence in Pennsylvinia German Churches, p. 7 compiler copied from film roll 129: Keller's Lutheran Church 1751-1870, Bedminister Twn. Bucks Co.
  3. [S1328] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania Tax Records, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 1449344, Ludwich Sereyer 1778 Mahanoy Twp.
  4. [S1328] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania Tax Records, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 1449344, Ludwick Shryer 1780 Mahanoy Twp.
  5. [S1328] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania Tax Records, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 1449344, Lewis Shrier 1781 Mahanoy Twp.
  6. [S1328] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania Tax Records, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 1449344, Ludwig S-----er 1785 Mahanoy Twp.
  7. [S1328] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania Tax Records, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 1449344, Ludwigh Shryer 1786 Mahanoy Twp.
  8. [S1328] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania Tax Records, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 1449344, Ludwick Shreyr 1787 Mahanoy Twp.
  9. [S1328] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania Tax Records, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 1449344, Ludwig Shryer 1788 Mahanoy Twp.
  10. [S1328] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania Tax Records, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 1449344, Lydwig Sheier, Mahanoy Township, undated (about 1789)
  11. [S1329] 1790 U.S. census, Pennsylvania, Northumberland County, population schedule, Film M637, roll 9, Ludwig Shrowyer household, p. 90; PANUmb901
  12. [S1328] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania Tax Records, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 1449344, Ludwig Shryer 1791 Mahanoy Twp.
  13. [S1328] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania Tax Records, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 1449344, Ludwig Shryer 1793 Mahanoy Twp.
  14. [S1333] Northumberland Pennsylvania Wills Index, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Vol. M-Z, microfilm 961021, Ludwig Strawyer