Cochran and Shroyer Families

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Bessie Adeline Harper

F, #151, b. 3 April 1907, d. 25 July 1928

Parents

FatherHarvey Boggs Harper (b. 29 December 1881)
MotherJessie E. Shroyer (b. 25 December 1882, d. 29 March 1946)

Biography

Bessie Adeline Harper was born on 3 April 1907 in Weston Township, Wood County, Ohio.1,2,3 She died on 25 July 1928, at age 21, in Weston, Wood County, Ohio.2 She was buried on 28 July 1928 in Weston Cemetery (Weston), Wood County, Ohio.2
She was a telephone operator in 1928 in Weston.2
Last Edited11 August 2016

Citations

  1. [S1308] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, Roll: population schedule, Film: T624, Harvey Harper household, ED 212, sheet 5A, p. 49A, dewlling 72, family 72
  2. [S428] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death certificate, database and images, Family Search, www.familysearch.org, Bessie Adeline Harper, file no 6344
  3. [S932] Ohio County Births 1841-2003, database and images, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Bessie Adaline Harper, 3 April 1907; Weston Township, Wood County, Ohio

Oliver G. Shroyer

M, #152, b. 4 April 1887, d. 26 May 1966

Parents

FatherSamuel Shroyer (b. 5 July 1838, d. 21 February 1923)
MotherCatherine Scott (b. 2 November 1842, d. 19 January 1922)

Family: Clara Mamie Wismer (b. September 1887, d. 20 March 1965)

SonJames Scott Shroyer (b. 28 May 1917, d. 23 June 1986)

Biography

Oliver G. Shroyer was born on 4 April 1887 in Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio.1,2,3 He and Clara Mamie Wismer were married on 11 May 1916 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.4 Oliver G. Shroyer died on 26 May 1966, at age 79, in Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio.5,6 He was buried in Milton Township Cemetery, Wood County, Ohio.7
He was an electrician.2,8,9,10 He was laborer in 1910 in Weston, Wood County, Ohio.11 Oliver G. Shroyer was described as tall and slender with blue eyes and dark brown hair in 1917.2 He registered for the World War I draft 5 June 1917, in Wood County.2 Oliver and Clara appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 13 January 1920 in Weston Township, Wood County, Ohio, with their son James.8 Oliver and Clara appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 7 April 1930 in Locust Street, Weston, Wood County, Ohio, with their son and daughter. and a daughter9 Oliver and Clara appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 4 April 1940 in Weston, Wood County, Ohio, with their son James.10
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1302] 1900 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, rolls 1333 and 1334, Film T623, ED 163, dwelling 23, family 23
  2. [S1890] World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Cards 1917-18, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, No. 3628, Oliver G. Shroyer
  3. [S193] Civil War and Later Pension Files: Department of Veterans Affairs, Record Group 15, Civil War Pension File, Samuel Shroyer, Pvt., Co. A, 100th Ohio Vol Inf., Civil War, File Number: pension no. 203,052
  4. [S488] Family Search: Michigan marriages 1868-1925, images and database,FHL, www.familysearch.org, Site Date: 2012, Wayne County, p. 312, no. 130003, Oliver Shroyer and Clara M. Wismar, 11 May 1916
  5. [S377] Ohio Department of Health Ohio Death Index 1958-69, database, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, (Oliver Shroyer, vol. 18479, certificate 40975)
  6. [S959] Social Security Death Index, www.ancestry.com, Oliver Shroyerb. 4 Apr. 1887, d. May 1966, res. Weston, Wood, Ohio
  7. [S643] WCOGS.org: Cemetery search, tombstone photos and database, Wood County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, http://www.wcogs.org, Oliver Shroyer 1887 - 1966 and Mayme Shroyer 1887 - 1965; Milton Township Cemetery, Wood Co. Ohio
  8. [S1349] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T625, Olie G. Shroyer household, dwelling 250, family 256, ED 179, sheet 8B, roll 1449; OHWood213
  9. [S1460] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T626, Oliver G. Shroyer household, dwelling 167, family 172, ED 87-51, sheet 6A, roll 1889; OHWood352
  10. [S950] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T627, Weston, ED 87-59, sheet 3A, p. 733, household 57, Oliver Shroyer household
  11. [S1308] 1910 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, Roll: population schedule, Film: T624

Clara Mamie Wismer

F, #153, b. September 1887, d. 20 March 1965

Family: Oliver G. Shroyer (b. 4 April 1887, d. 26 May 1966)

SonJames Scott Shroyer (b. 28 May 1917, d. 23 June 1986)

Biography

Clara Mamie Wismer was born in September 1887 in Ohio. She and Oliver G. Shroyer were married on 11 May 1916 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.1 Clara Mamie Wismer died on 20 March 1965, at age 77, in Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio.2 She was buried in Milton Township Cemetery, Wood County, Ohio.3
Clara Mamie Wismer was also known as Mamie Wismer. Clara appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 1 June 1900 in Milton Township, Wood County, Ohio, in the Charles and Elizabeth Wismer household. Charles and Elizabeth Wismer Oliver and Clara appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 13 January 1920 in Weston Township, Wood County, Ohio, with their son James.4 Oliver and Clara appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 7 April 1930 in Locust Street, Weston, Wood County, Ohio, with their son and daughter. and a daughter5 Oliver and Clara appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 4 April 1940 in Weston, Wood County, Ohio, with their son James.6
Last Edited4 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S488] Family Search: Michigan marriages 1868-1925, images and database,FHL, www.familysearch.org, Site Date: 2012, Wayne County, p. 312, no. 130003, Oliver Shroyer and Clara M. Wismar, 11 May 1916
  2. [S1723] Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Death Index , 1958-2002, database, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, C. M. Shroyer, c. March 20, 1965 in Bowling Green, Wood Co. at age 77
  3. [S643] WCOGS.org: Cemetery search, tombstone photos and database, Wood County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, http://www.wcogs.org, Oliver Shroyer 1887 - 1966 and Mayme Shroyer 1887 - 1965; Milton Township Cemetery, Wood Co. Ohio
  4. [S1349] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T625, Olie G. Shroyer household, dwelling 250, family 256, ED 179, sheet 8B, roll 1449; OHWood213
  5. [S1460] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T626, Oliver G. Shroyer household, dwelling 167, family 172, ED 87-51, sheet 6A, roll 1889; OHWood352
  6. [S950] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T627, Weston, ED 87-59, sheet 3A, p. 733, household 57, Oliver Shroyer household

James Scott Shroyer1,2

M, #154, b. 28 May 1917, d. 23 June 1986

Parents

FatherOliver G. Shroyer (b. 4 April 1887, d. 26 May 1966)
MotherClara Mamie Wismer (b. September 1887, d. 20 March 1965)

Biography

James Scott Shroyer was born on 28 May 1917 in Ohio.3 He died on 23 June 1986, at age 69, in Bowling Green.3 He was buried in Weston Cemetery (Weston), Wood County, Ohio.4
He was working in a sugar beet refinery in 1940.5
Last Edited7 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S1460] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T626, Oliver G. Shroyer household, dwelling 167, family 172, ED 87-51, sheet 6A (Source of middle initial)
  2. [S1610] Shroyer, Emery, series of iinterviews, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, record of information:notes
  3. [S673] Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854 - 1997, database, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, James Scott Shroyer, 23 June 1986
  4. [S1403] Find A Grave, Record Type: database, www.findagrave.com, Weston Cemetery, Wood County, Ohio; James S. Shroyer tombstone photo
  5. [S950] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T627, Weston, ED 87-59, sheet 3A, household 733, Oliver Shroyer household

Estella Maud Shroyer

F, #156, b. 22 August 1896, d. 18 November 1973

Parents

FatherOlen J. Shroyer (b. 26 November 1869, d. 3 January 1958)
MotherNellie Elizabeth Stacy (b. 4 November 1879, d. 29 November 1969)

Family: Walter Randall Youngs (b. 14 January 1892, d. 21 April 1979)

DaughterDorothy Velta Youngs+ (b. 21 August 1915, d. 14 May 1942)
SonRobert O. Youngs (b. 4 July 1917, d. 13 June 1988)
DaughterHelen Irene Youngs (b. 11 April 1919, d. 28 June 1992)
DaughterVonadene Youngs (b. 31 December 1921, d. 10 January 1981)
DaughterDoral Jean Youngs (b. 18 April 1931, d. 3 September 2015)
SonRaymond Youngs (b. 16 August 1937, d. 2 March 2005)
Shroyer, Stella

Biography

Estella Maud Shroyer was born on 22 August 1896 in Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio.1 She and Walter Randall Youngs were married on 17 December 1914 in Wood County.2 Estella Maud Shroyer died on 18 November 1973, at age 77, in Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio.3 She was buried in Weston Cemetery (Weston), Wood County, Ohio.4
Estella Maud Shroyer was also known as Stella Shroyer. She graduated from in Weston High School, Wood County, Ohio, in 1914.5 She lived in 1917 in Weston.6 Walter and Estella appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 29 January 1920 in Plain Township, Wood County, Ohio, with Robert, Helen, and Dorothy. The surname was spelled Young. The family lived next to the Olen Shroyer household7 Walter and Estella appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 5 April 1930 in Ridge Road, Plain Township, Wood County, Ohio, with their children Dorothy, Helen, Robert, and Vonadene.8 Walter and Estella appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 10 April 1940 in Grand Rapids Township, Wood County, Ohio, with their children Robert, Vonadene, Doral, and Raymond.9 She lived in 1947 in Route #65, Grand Rapids Township, Wood County. They rented a house and farm. Living with them were their youngest son and daughter10
Last Edited14 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S932] Ohio County Births 1841-2003, database and images, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Estella Shroyer, 22 August 1896; PortageTownship, Wood County, Ohio.
  2. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Walter R. Youngs and Estella Shroyer, 17 December 1914, Wood County, Ohio
  3. [S673] Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854 - 1997, database, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Maude Estella Youngs, 18 November 1973
  4. [S947] Cemeteries in Weston Township, Wood County, Ohio: Pottertown, Old Weston, Weston Village, p. 18, Walter Youngs 1892-1979 and Estella Youngs 1896-1973
  5. [S201] Newsletter of the Wood County Chapter O. G. S.: Weston School Alumni Banquet, Vol. XXV No. 5, p, Estella Shroyer Young, Weston, Ohio, class of 1915
  6. [S1890] World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Cards 1917-18, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, No. 1541, Walter Randle Youngs, Wood Co. Ohio
  7. [S1349] 1920 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T625, Walter Young household, ED172, sheet 10A, visitation 223, family 223, roll 1448; OHWood204
  8. [S1460] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T626, Walter R. Youngs household, dwelling 44, family 44, ED 87-39, sheet 2B, roll 1889; OHWood351
  9. [S950] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T627, Grand Rapids Township, ED 87-20, sheet 4A, household 61, Walter R. Youngs household
  10. [S1357] Wood County Farm and Business Directory 1947-48-49, p. 176

Curtis Clinton Shroyer

M, #157, b. 20 September 1894, d. 23 November 1973

Parents

FatherOlen J. Shroyer (b. 26 November 1869, d. 3 January 1958)
MotherNellie Elizabeth Stacy (b. 4 November 1879, d. 29 November 1969)
Shroyer, CurtisClinton

Biography

Curtis Clinton Shroyer was born on 20 September 1894 in Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio.1,2,3 He and Myrtle Laura McWilliams were married on 28 July 1923.4 Curtis Clinton Shroyer died on 23 November 1973, at age 79, in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.5,6 He was buried in Weston Cemetery (Weston), Wood County, Ohio.7
Curtis Clinton Shroyer was also known as Tim Shroyer. Curtis was assigned to Co. G 329 Infantry. He was promoted to corporal 16 Oct. 1917, to Company Clerk 10 Nov. 1917, and to sergeant 12 Oct. 1918.8 He was a credit manager in 1917 in B. F. Goodrich, 414 No. Craig Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.2 He was described as five feet eight inches tall, of slender build , with blue eyes and light brown hair in 1917.2 He registered for the World War I draft 28 May 1917, in Wood County.9 He gave his home address as Weston, Ohio on his draft card dated. However, he gave his home address as Weston, Ohio2 He enlisted in the National Army in Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio, on 20 September 19178 He served He served in in the American Expeditionary Forces from 12 June 1918 to 31 January 1919. He was discharged 15 February 1919. with an honorable discharge8 He was a credit manager for an oil company in 1920.10 Curtis appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 3 January 1920 in 43 Medbury Avenue, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.10 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. Wesson11 Curtis was joined the American Numismatic Association, in 1934.12 Curtis and Myrtle appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 10 April 1940 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.13 He was an electrical salesman. He worked for General Electric Supply for thirty years and retired in in 1954. was an electrical salesman. He worked for General Electric Supply for thirty years and retired in5 Curtis was was president of the American Numismatic Association, from 1961 to 1963.12 He was then employed by Sabroske Electic in Fremont until retiring again in 1964.
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1830] Shroyer, C. C., Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Letter from C.C. Shroyer to Barbara Shroyer
  2. [S1890] World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Cards 1917-18, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, No. 2546, Curtis Clinton Shroyer
  3. [S675] Ohio Births and Christenings 1821-1962, database, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Clinton Shroyer, 20 September 1894, Portage Township, Wood County
  4. [S1915] Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Shroyer and Stacy names and dates, loose paper held by Barbara ShroyerPapers
  5. [S293] Toledo Blade, Toledo, Ohio
  6. [S1383] Ohio Department of Health Ohio Deaths, 1970-88, database, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, Curtis C. Shroyer, vol. 21499, certificate 088248)
  7. [S947] Cemeteries in Weston Township, Wood County, Ohio: Pottertown, Old Weston, Weston Village, p. 83, Curtis C. Shroyer 1894-1973 and Myrtle McWilliams Shroyer 1895 -
  8. [S1348] The Official Roster of Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines in the World War, 1917-1918, www.ancestry.com, Curtis C. Shroyer, serial no. 1937254, vol. 16
  9. [S1890] World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Cards 1917-18, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, No. 2546, Curtis Clinton Shroyer, Wood Co. Ohio
  10. [S202] 1920 U.S. census, Michigan, Wayne County, population schedule, Film: T625, Detroit, ED 37, p. 1B, dwelling 6, family 6, line 60, Curtis C. Shroyer entry; MIWayn250
  11. [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
  12. [S78] Coin World: Death Takes Tim Shroyer, Former President of ANA, pp. 1 & 3
  13. [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

Willard Elton Shroyer

M, #158, b. 10 October 1898, d. 26 February 1975

Parents

FatherOlen J. Shroyer (b. 26 November 1869, d. 3 January 1958)
MotherNellie Elizabeth Stacy (b. 4 November 1879, d. 29 November 1969)
Shroyer, Willard

Biography

Willard Elton Shroyer was born on 10 October 1898 in Portage Township, Wood County, Ohio.1,2 He and Gladys Marie Tyler were married on 30 October 1919 in Monroe County, Michigan.3 Willard Elton Shroyer died on 26 February 1975, at age 76, in Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio.4 He was buried in Plain Township Cemetery, Wood County, Ohio.5
Willard Elton Shroyer was described as tall and slender with blue eyes and brown hair. in 1918.1 He registered for the World War I draft 12 September 1918, in Wood County.1 He was a receiving clerk for a manufacturing company in 1930.6 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 Tyler7 He was a shipping clerk in 1940.8 Willard and Gladys appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 10 April 1940 in Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio.8 He was owners and operators of a pet shop and book store in 1957 in Wood County, Ohio.9 He retired in 1965 in Wood County, Ohio.
Last Edited22 April 2017

Citations

  1. [S1890] World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Cards 1917-18, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, No. 964, Willard Elton Shroyer
  2. [S932] Ohio County Births 1841-2003, database and images, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Willard Shroyer, 10 September 1898; Portage Township, Wood County, 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. [S673] Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854 - 1997, database, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Willard Elton Shroyer, 26 February 1975
  5. [S643] WCOGS.org: Cemetery search, tombstone photos and database, Wood County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, http://www.wcogs.org, Sargent Cemetery, Willard and Gladys Shroyer
  6. [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; OHWood356
  7. [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
  8. [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
  9. [S1353] Deaths: Gladys M. Shroyer

Carrie Catherine Shroyer

F, #159, b. 22 February 1900, d. 2 January 1956

Parents

FatherOlen J. Shroyer (b. 26 November 1869, d. 3 January 1958)
MotherNellie Elizabeth Stacy (b. 4 November 1879, d. 29 November 1969)
Shroyer, Carrie

Biography

Carrie Catherine Shroyer was born on 22 February 1900 in Wood County, Ohio.1,2 She and Otis F. Heckerman were married on 19 May 1932 in Wood County, Ohio.3 Carrie Catherine Shroyer died on 2 January 1956, at age 55, in Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio.4 She was buried in Weston Cemetery (Weston), Wood County, Ohio.5
Carrie Catherine Shroyer was also known as Carris Shroyer. She was a bottle labler in a canning factory in 1930.6 She was working in a tomato factory in 1940.7 Otis and Carrie appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 9 April 1940 in Weston Township, Wood County, Ohio.7 She lived in 1947 in Route #69, Weston Township, Wood County. This was a 1.5 acre lot8
Last Edited23 April 2017

Citations

  1. [S1915] Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Shroyer and Stacy names and dates, loose paper held by Barbara ShroyerPapers
  2. [S932] Ohio County Births 1841-2003, database and images, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Carris Shroyer, 27 February 1899; PortageTownship, Wood County, Ohio.
  3. [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
  4. [S673] Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854 - 1997, database, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Carris Heckerman, 2 January 1956
  5. [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"
  6. [S1460] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T626, Olen J. Shroyer household, dwelling 69, family 73, ED 87-51, sheet 3A
  7. [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
  8. [S1357] Wood County Farm and Business Directory 1947-48-49, p. 105

Mildred Wanetta Shroyer

F, #160, b. 3 October 1902, d. 23 July 1998

Parents

FatherOlen J. Shroyer (b. 26 November 1869, d. 3 January 1958)
MotherNellie Elizabeth Stacy (b. 4 November 1879, d. 29 November 1969)

Family: Sheldon Snyder (b. 1 November 1901, d. 12 January 1979)

DaughterGretchen E. Snyder (b. 26 December 1929, d. 12 November 1974)
DaughterHelen Ruth Snyder (b. 7 July 1933, d. 16 June 2010)
Shroyer, Mildred

Biography

Mildred Wanetta Shroyer was born on 3 October 1902 in Weston, Wood County, Ohio.1,2,3 She and Sheldon Snyder were married on 8 June 1927 in Stoney Ridge, Wood County, Ohio.4 Mildred Wanetta Shroyer died on 23 July 1998, at age 95, in a nursing home, Gibsonburg, Sandusky County, Ohio.1 She was buried in New Belleville Ridge Cemetery (Perrysburg Township), Wood County, Ohio.5
She had 16 years of school.6 Sheldon and Mildred appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 5 April 1930 in Perrysburg Township, Wood County, Ohio, with their daughter Gretchen.7 Sheldon and Mildred appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 18 April 1940 in Perrysburg Township, Wood County, Ohio, with their daughters Gretchen and Helen.8 She lived in 1947 in Dowling Road, Perrysburg Township, Wood County. with their two daughters. This was a 370 acre general farm. It consisted of two farms of 185 and 40 acres plus an additional 145 acres which they rented9
Last Edited18 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S283] Sentinel Tribune: Mildred W. Snyder obituary, Bowling Green, Ohio
  2. [S675] Ohio Births and Christenings 1821-1962, database, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Mildred Shroyer, 3 October 1902
  3. [S932] Ohio County Births 1841-2003, database and images, Family Search, http://www.familysearch.org, Mildred Shroyer, 3 October 1902; Weston, Wood County, Ohio.
  4. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Sheldon A. snyder and Mildred W. Shroyer, 8 June 1927, Wood County, Ohio
  5. [S643] WCOGS.org: Cemetery search, tombstone photos and database, Wood County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, http://www.wcogs.org, New Belleville Ridge Cemetery, Sheldon A. and Mildred W. Snyder
  6. [S1384] Ohio Department of Health Ohio Death Index , 1993-98, database, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, (Mildred W. Snyder, vol. 31624, certificate 059145)
  7. [S1460] 1930 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T626, Perrysburg Township, ED 38, sheet 2A, p. 175, dwelling 41, family 42, Shldon A. Snyder household
  8. [S950] 1940 U.S. census, Ohio, Wood County, population schedule, Film T627, Perrysburg Township, ED 87-47, sheet 5A, p. 554 household 94, Sheldon Snyder household
  9. [S1357] Wood County Farm and Business Directory 1947-48-49, p. 156

David Bricker1,2

M, #161, d. 1795

Family: Susanna Elisabetha Straw (b. 25 September 1771)

DaughterMary Catherine Bricker+ (b. 24 June 1792, d. 21 May 1873)
DaughterRosanna Bricker+ (b. 27 May 1794)

Biography

David Bricker and Susanna Elisabetha Straw were married.3,2,4 David Bricker died in 1795 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.4
He signed a will leaving his estate to his widow and his daughters Catharine and Rosanna on 23 August 1795 in South Huntington Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.4 He had an estate probated on 21 October 1795 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.4
Last Edited30 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S1426] Westmoreland County Pennsylvania Will Book, Will books, David Bricker will, Volume: 1, Page: 126, Will 174, Film Number: 1316409
  2. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  3. [S1682] HM Cochran 1888 letter, letter and envelope, to Milton Adair Cochran, Location: Myles House, W. Main St., Rochester NY, held by: Sandra Cochran
  4. [S1426] Westmoreland County Pennsylvania Will Book, Will books, David Bricker will, Volume: 1, Page: 126, Will 174, Film Number: 1316409, Will017

Susanna Elisabetha Straw1,2,3

F, #162, b. 25 September 1771

Parents

FatherJacob Straw (d. 1808)
MotherMaria Catharina

Family 1: David Bricker (d. 1795)

DaughterMary Catherine Bricker+ (b. 24 June 1792, d. 21 May 1873)
DaughterRosanna Bricker+ (b. 27 May 1794)

Family 2: William Stinson (d. about 1839)

SonWilliam Stinson+ (b. about 1808)

Biography

Susanna Elisabetha Straw was born on 25 September 1771 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.3,4 She and David Bricker were married.2,1,5 Susanna Elisabetha Straw and William Stinson were married about 1801.6
She was baptized on 2 August 1772 in Sewickley Settlement, Pennsylvania.7 She lived in 1807 in near Blocksom Hill, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.8 Susanna was named as an heir in the will of Jacob Straw on 3 March 1808 in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.9 William and Susanna deeded lot five in Daniel Convers East Addition to Zanesville to Asa R. Cassidy on 15 May 1839 in Muskingum County, Ohio.10
Last Edited14 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1790] The Holy Bible, family Bible records, original owners Hugh M. and Mary R. Cochran
  2. [S1682] HM Cochran 1888 letter, letter and envelope, to Milton Adair Cochran, Location: Myles House, W. Main St., Rochester NY, held by: Sandra Cochran
  3. [S1419] Ruff, Peter Miller, The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, 3 volumes, Volume: 1, Susanna Elisabetha Stroh entry, page 1, number 2
  4. [S885] 1850 census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 717 and 718, population schedule, Film M432, John L. Cochran household, p. 186, dwelling 2718, family 2714 "Susanna Stinson 79"
  5. [S1426] Westmoreland County Pennsylvania Will Book, Will books, David Bricker will, Volume: 1, Page: 126, Will 174, Film Number: 1316409, Will017
  6. [S1427] Westmoreland County Pennsylvania Will Books, Jacob Straw will, Westmoreland County, Film Series: Volume: 1, Page: 44, Will 94, Film 1316409, Will016
  7. [S1419] Ruff, Peter Miller, The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, 3 volumes, Volume: 1, Susanna Elisabetha Stroh entry
  8. [S1421] E. H. C, The Zanesville Daily Courier, Zanesville, Ohio, Early History of Zanesville: Frederick Betz, James McGuire, William Stintson, Page: p. 1, col. 2
  9. [S1427] Westmoreland County Pennsylvania Will Books, Jacob Straw will, Westmoreland County, Film Series: Volume: 1, Page: 44, Will 94, Film 1316409, Jacob Straw Will, p. 44, will 94; Will016
  10. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, W: 168-169, William Stinson to Asa R. Cassidy, 15 May 1839, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed July 2011)

Cleason Brady

M, #163, b. 8 May 1790, d. 11 July 1859

Parents

FatherJames Brady (b. about 1763, d. 1827)
MotherLydia (b. about 19 June 1763, d. 14 July 1838)

Family 1: Anne White

DaughterEliza Brady+ (b. 25 January 1812, d. 16 January 1847)
SonWilliam Brady+ (b. 15 July 1816, d. 10 September 1869)

Family 2: Jane Bozman (b. about 1794)

DaughterElizabeth Brady+
SonJames H. Brady
DaughterMary Jane Brady
DaughterKerenhappuch Brady+ (b. 18 April 1822, d. 25 June 1905)
DaughterAnna Brady+ (b. about 1824)
SonIsaiah Waters Brady+ (b. 16 November 1827, d. 25 October 1915)

Biography

Cleason Brady was born on 8 May 1790.1 He and Anne White were married.2,3 Cleason Brady and Jane Bozman were married on 16 December 1819 in Guernsey County, Ohio.4 Cleason Brady died on 11 July 1859, at age 69, in Wabash County, Indiana.1 He was buried in Pittenger Cemetery (Noble Township), Wabash County, Indiana.1
Cleason was named as an heir in the will of James Brady on 31 May 1817 in Rich Hill Township, Muskingum County, Ohio.5 Cleason was on the in 1824 tax list in Muskingum County, Ohio. He was a non-resident proprietor6 Cleason purchased 77.83 acres by cash entry land patent in Muskingum County, Ohio, on 1 December 1824, .7 Cleason was on the in 1825 tax list in Muskingum County. He was a non-resident proprietor8 Cleason was head of household on the 1830 US Census taken in Blue Rock Township, Muskingum County, Ohio. The household consisted of 1 male under 5, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 40-50, 1 female under 5, 2 females 5-10, 1 female 15-20, and 1 female 30-40.9 Cleason was head of household on the 1840 US Census taken in Blue Rock Township, Muskingum County. The household consisted of 1 male 50-60, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 20-30, 1 female 1-15, 2 females 15-20, and 1 female 40-50.10 Cleason and Jane deeded property to Levi Shaver on 28 October 1841 in Muskingum County. This was the same land Cleason had purchased by land patent in 182411 Cleason purchased 160 acres by cash entry land patent in Wabash County, Indiana, on 1 April 1849, .12 He was a farmer in 1850.13 Cleason and Jane appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded on 1 October 1850 in Liberty Township, Wabash County, Indiana, with Isaiah and also Angelina Swafford, age 10.14 He signed a will on 15 April 1858 in Wabash County, Indiana.15 He had an estate probated on 21 July 1859 in Wabash County, Indiana.15
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S504] Wabash County, Indiana Genweb: Pittenger Cemetery, database, Wabash County Indiana Genweb, www.ingenweb.org/inwabash/cem/pittenger.html, Cleason Calvin Brady
  2. [S1441] Carroll, Katherine (Brown), Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Katherine Brown Carroll, interview, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, Rufus Brown home, McConnelsville, Ohio, S Record Info: original interview notes
  3. [S1731] Compiler: Bailey, Linda Wilson Hudson, Julia Ellen McGinnis Wilson Research World Connect at Rootsweb.com, Url: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=mcginn2
  4. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Cleson Brady and Jane Bosman, 16 December 1819, Guernsey County, Ohio
  5. [S796] Muskingum County Ohio Will Records, James Brady will, , Volume: B, Page: 325, , Film 317300, Will003
  6. [S2091] Muskingum, Ohio, Muskingum County, Ohio Tax Records 994-1003, 1816-1825, Tax Book, 1824, p. vol. 1002; FHL microfilm 514172, item Cleason Brady entry.
  7. [S753] Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records: Land Patent Search, digital image, Cleason Brady, Muskingum County, Ohio, Url: http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch, Site Date: 2011, land patent no. CV0059-493
  8. [S2091] Muskingum, Ohio, Muskingum County, Ohio Tax Records 994-1003, 1816-1825, Tax Book, 1825, p. vol. 1003; FHL microfilm 514172, item Cleason Brady entry.
  9. [S1190] 1830 Census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film M19, roll 137, Clesen Brady household, p. 247; OHMusk303
  10. [S1201] 1840 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum Co, population schedule, Film M704, roll 418, Gleason Brady household, p. 369; OHMusk402
  11. [S2156] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deed Records. Digital images, 1: 707-708, Cleason Brady to Levi Shaver, 28 October 1841, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches  (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed August 2011)
  12. [S2095] Bureau of Land Management, Land patents. Digital images, land patnet no. IN3690_.204, Cleason and William Brady, General Land Office Records (http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch : accessed 2006)
  13. [S1295] 1850 Census IN Wabash, U.S. census, Indiana, Wabash County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 178, C. Brady household, p. 332-333, dwelling 43, family 43
  14. [S1295] 1850 Census IN Wabash, U.S. census, Indiana, Wabash County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 178, C. Brady household, p. 332-333, dwelling 43, family 43; INWaba501
  15. [S1861] Compiler: Slevin, Ruth M, Wabash County, Indiana will records, 1842-1894,FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film: 6049762, Brady, Cleason will, abstracted from Book A pp. 134-5

Anne White1,2

F, #164

Family: Cleason Brady (b. 8 May 1790, d. 11 July 1859)

DaughterEliza Brady+ (b. 25 January 1812, d. 16 January 1847)
SonWilliam Brady+ (b. 15 July 1816, d. 10 September 1869)

Biography

Anne White and Cleason Brady were married.1,2
Last Edited22 November 2016

Citations

  1. [S1441] Carroll, Katherine (Brown), Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Katherine Brown Carroll, interview, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, Rufus Brown home, McConnelsville, Ohio, S Record Info: original interview notes
  2. [S1731] Compiler: Bailey, Linda Wilson Hudson, Julia Ellen McGinnis Wilson Research World Connect at Rootsweb.com, Url: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=mcginn2

Wilkes Edward Bozman1

M, #165, b. 28 October 1890, d. 23 January 1975

Parents

FatherJohn Wilkes Bozman (b. 12 September 1866, d. 24 December 1949)
MotherNettie Christopher Hetrick (b. 18 June 1871, d. 24 August 1939)

Biography

Wilkes Edward Bozman was born on 28 October 1890 in Argonia, Sumner County, Kansas.2 He and Rachael DeWitt Tingle were married on 15 November 1916 in Durango County, Colorado.3 Wilkes Edward Bozman and Rachael DeWitt Tingle were divorced in 1920 in Montezuma County, Colorado.4,5 Wilkes Edward Bozman and Melvina Margaret Lee were married on 11 August 1920 in Cortez County, Colorado.6 Wilkes Edward Bozman died on 23 January 1975, at age 84, in Cortez, Montezuma County, Colorado.1,7
He was a salesman in a dry goods store in 1910.8 He was in the garage business in 1917.9 He registered for the World War I draft on 15 June 1917, in Montezuma County, Colorado. He was of medium height and slender with blue eyes and light hair9 He was a salesman at a garage in 1920.10 He was a garage manager in 1930.11 Wilkes and Melvina appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 7 April 1930 in Cortez, Montezuma County, Colorado, with a daughter. an 11 year old daughter11 He was a salesman at a garage in 1940.12 Wilkes and Melvina appeared on the 1940 US Census recorded on 16 August 1940 in Cortez, Montezuma County, Colorado.13
Last Edited7 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1555] Barbara Quackenbush Smith, Descendents of Wilkes Edward Bozman, Genealogy report
  2. [S1890] World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Cards 1917-18, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, Number15, Wilkes Edward Bozman (full date and place of birth)
  3. [S1226] Family Search: Colorado, Statewide Marriage Index, 1900-1939, database and images index cards, http://familysearch.org, W. E. Bozman and Rachael DeWitt Tingle, 15 November 1916, Durango County, Colorado
  4. [S1227] 1920 U.S. census, Colorado, Denver County, population schedule, Film T625, Denver, ED 113, p. 139, sheet 6A, dwelling 109, family 134, Elsie A. Tingle household
  5. [S1238] Colorado State Archives: Historical Records, database, Colorado State Archives, www.colorado.gov/dpa/doit/archives, divorce, Wilkes Bozman and Rachael Bozman, 1920, Montrzuma County, Colorado
  6. [S1226] Family Search: Colorado, Statewide Marriage Index, 1900-1939, database and images index cards, http://familysearch.org, Wilkes E. Bozman and Melvina McEwen, 11 Auguast 1920, Cortez County, Colorado
  7. [S959] Social Security Death Index, www.ancestry.com, Wilkes Bozmanb. 28 Oct. 1890, d. Jan. 1975
  8. [S1585] 1910 U.S. census, Colorado, Montezuma County, population schedule, Film T624 roll 123, John W. Bozman household, ED 102, sheet 2A, dwelling 25, family 27; COMont101
  9. [S1890] World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Cards 1917-18, Ancestry, www.ancestry.com, Number15, Wilkes Edward Bozman
  10. [S1609] 1920 U.S. census, LColorado, Montezuma County, population schedule, Film: T625, roll 167, John W. Bozman household, ED 117, sheet 11B, dwelling 217, family 220; COMont201
  11. [S1740] 1930 U.S. census, Colorado, Montezuma County, population schedule, Film: T626, Wilkes E. Bozman household, ED 42-12, sheet 1A, dwelling 10, family 10; COMont301
  12. [S958] 1940 U.S. census, Colorado, Montezuma County, population schedule, Film T627, Cortez, ED 42-12, sheet 8A, p. 18, household 171, Wilks Bozman household
  13. [S958] 1940 U.S. census, Colorado, Montezuma County, population schedule, Film T627, Cortez, ED 42-14, p. 46, sheet 8A, household 171, Wilks Bozman household

William Brady1,2

M, #166, b. 15 July 1816, d. 10 September 1869

Parents

FatherCleason Brady (b. 8 May 1790, d. 11 July 1859)
MotherAnne White

Family: Frances Jane Imlay (b. 1 July 1822)

SonThompson Rea Brady+ (b. 2 January 1843, d. 10 March 1919)
SonJames Templeton Brady (b. 20 March 1845)
DaughterMary Brady (b. about 1847)
SonDavid Imlay Brady+ (b. March 1850)
SonJohn R. Brady (b. 22 September 1852, d. 17 March 1884)
DaughterDorcas Brady (b. about 1856)
SonWilliam C. Brady (b. 1859)
DaughterOnie Catherine Brady+ (b. 1861, d. 28 May 1940)
SonRichard Selden Brady (b. 18 September 1861, d. 2 March 1862)
DaughterSarah Adrienne Brady+ (b. 15 July 1868, d. 23 February 1928)

Biography

William Brady was born on 15 July 1816 in Muskingum County, Ohio.2 He and Frances Jane Imlay were married on 26 August 1841 in Muskingum County, Ohio.3,4 William Brady died on 10 September 1869, at age 53, in Liberty Township, Wabash County, Indiana.2
William and Frances appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded on 1 October 1850 in Liberty Township, Wabash County, Indiana.5 William was executor and heir in the will of Cleason Brady 15 April 1858 Wabash County, Indiana.6 He was a farmer in 1860.7 William and Frances appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded in July 1860 in Liberty Township, Wabash County, Indiana.7
Last Edited31 August 2014

Citations

  1. [S1441] Carroll, Katherine (Brown), Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Katherine Brown Carroll, interview, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, Rufus Brown home, McConnelsville, Ohio, S Record Info: original interview notes
  2. [S1731] Compiler: Bailey, Linda Wilson Hudson, Julia Ellen McGinnis Wilson Research World Connect at Rootsweb.com, Url: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=mcginn2
  3. [S1887] Muskingum County Ohio Marriages, Marriage Records, Film Series: 0865137 and 0865142 [Vol. 1-3], Volume: 3, Film Number: 0865137, 267, William Brady and Fanny Imlay, 1841
  4. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, William Brady and Fanny Imlay marriage affidavit, 20 August 1841, Muskingum County, Ohio. Consent of Fanny's father David Imlay
  5. [S1295] 1850 Census IN Wabash, U.S. census, Indiana, Wabash County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 178, William Brady household, p. 340, dwelling 141, family 141; INWaba501
  6. [S1861] Compiler: Slevin, Ruth M, Wabash County, Indiana will records, 1842-1894,FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film: 6049762, Brady, Cleason will, abstracted from Book A pp. 134-5
  7. [S1294] 1860 Census IN Wabash, U.S. densus, Indiana, Wabash County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 304, Wm. Brady household, sheet 157, p. 403; INWaba604

Nettie Christopher Hetrick1

F, #167, b. 18 June 1871, d. 24 August 1939

Family: John Wilkes Bozman (b. 12 September 1866, d. 24 December 1949)

SonWilkes Edward Bozman (b. 28 October 1890, d. 23 January 1975)
DaughterElizabeth Ann Bozman+ (b. 23 September 1893, d. 3 August 1984)

Biography

Nettie Christopher Hetrick was born on 18 June 1871 in Fidelity, Jersey County, Illinois.1 She and John Wilkes Bozman were married on 14 September 1889 in Argonia, Sumner County, Kansas.1 Nettie Christopher Hetrick died on 24 August 1939, at age 68, in Cortez, Montezuma County, Colorado.1
John and Nettie appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 7 June 1900 in Pond Creek, Grant County, Oklahoma, with thier children Wilkes and Elizabeth.2 John and Nettie appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 18 April 1910 in Cortez, Montezuma County, Colorado, with thier children Wilkes and Elizabeth.3 She and John Wilkes Bozman resided in Cortez, Montezuma County, Colorado, in 1911.4 John and Nettie appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 17 February 1920 in Cortez, Montezuma County, Colorado, with thier children Wilkes and Elizabeth. Elizabeth was listed as Elizabeth A. Lewey, a widow.5 John and Nettie appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 9 April 1930 in Harrison Street, Cortez, Montezuma County, Colorado.6
Last Edited25 November 2014

Citations

  1. [S1555] Barbara Quackenbush Smith, Descendents of Wilkes Edward Bozman, Genealogy report
  2. [S61] 1900 U.S. census, Oklahoma, SGrant County, Film T623 roll 1337, Pond Creek, ED 65, p. 7A, dwelling 132, family 132, John W. Bozman household
  3. [S1585] 1910 U.S. census, Colorado, Montezuma County, population schedule, Film T624 roll 123, John W. Bozman household, ED 102, sheet 2A, dwelling 25, family 27; COMont101
  4. [S2096] "F. A. McKinney's Durango and Durango district directory, 1911-1912: including the towns and postoffices in LaPlata and Montezuma Counties, Colorado and San Juan County, New Mexico:," database, Heritage Quest Online, p. 165, Montezuma County Directory, Cortez.
  5. [S1609] 1920 U.S. census, LColorado, Montezuma County, population schedule, Film: T625, roll 167, John W. Bozman household, ED 117, sheet 11B, dwelling 217, family 220; COMont201
  6. [S1740] 1930 U.S. census, Colorado, Montezuma County, population schedule, Film: T626, John W. Bozman household, ED 42-12, sheet 3B, dwelling 72, family 75; COMont301

Kerenhappuch Brady

F, #168, b. 18 April 1822, d. 25 June 1905

Parents

FatherCleason Brady (b. 8 May 1790, d. 11 July 1859)
MotherJane Bozman (b. about 1794)

Family: John A. Pittenger (b. 17 September 1816, d. 2 August 1894)

DaughterAnna Eliza Pittenger+ (b. about 1846, d. 2 May 1907)
SonHenry Pittenger (b. about 1849)
SonJohn William Pittenger (b. 17 October 1853, d. 2 March 1942)

Biography

Kerenhappuch Brady was born on 18 April 1822 in Muskingum County, Ohio.1,2 She and John A. Pittenger were married on 28 March 1843 in Wabash County, Indiana.3 Kerenhappuch Brady died on 25 June 1905, at age 83, in Wabash, Wabash County, Indiana.1
John and Kerenhappuch appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded on 14 August 1850 in Noble Township, Wabash County, Indiana, with Anna and Henry.4 Kerenhappuch was named as an heir in the will of Cleason Brady on 15 April 1858 in Wabash County, Indiana.5 John and Kerenhappuch appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 17 July 1860 in Noble Township, Wabash County, Indiana, with Anna and John and Kevenhappuch's mother Jane.6 John and Kerenhappuch appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 13 July 1870 in Noble Township, Wabash County, Indiana, with their son John and Kerenhappuch's mother Jane.7 John and Kerenhappuch appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 2 June 1880 in Wabash, Wabash County, Indiana, with their son John.8 Kerenhappuch was recorded as mother on the 1900 US Census in the household of Anna Eliza Pittenger. in Marion, Grant County, Indiana,9
Last Edited14 October 2016

Citations

  1. [S2255] Digital Images of Death Certificates Ancestry, death certificate no. 1068 (1905), Karenhappuch Pittenger, accessed 14 Oct 2016.
  2. [S1295] 1850 Census IN Wabash, U.S. census, Indiana, Wabash County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 178, John A. Pittinger household, p. 422, dwelling 229, family 231 (Keronhopuch age 26); INWaba502
  3. [S1297] Indiana State Library: Index of Indiana Marriages Through 1850, database, http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/www/Indiana/genealogy.mir.html
  4. [S1295] 1850 Census IN Wabash, U.S. census, Indiana, Wabash County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 178, John A. Pittinger household, p. 422, dwelling 229, family 231; INWaba502
  5. [S1861] Compiler: Slevin, Ruth M, Wabash County, Indiana will records, 1842-1894,FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film: 6049762, Brady, Cleason will, abstracted from Book A pp. 134-5
  6. [S1294] 1860 Census IN Wabash, U.S. densus, Indiana, Wabash County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 304, John Pettinger household, p. 237, dwelling 873, family 865; INWaba601
  7. [S1507] 1870 Census Wabash County, Indiana, U.S. census, Indiana, Wabash County, population schedule, Film M593, roll, John Pittenger household, p. 132B, dwelling 256, family 233; INNobl701
  8. [S1495] 1880 Census IN Wabash, U.S. census, Indiana, Wabash County, population schedule, Film T9, Wabash, ED 191, sheet 2, dwelling 17, family 17, John a. Pittenger household
  9. [S1633] 1900 U.S. census, Indiana, Grant County, Film T623 rolls 280 and 373, Marion, ED 29, p. 7B, dwelling 139, family150, Annie Hansley household

Anna Brady

F, #169, b. about 1824

Parents

FatherCleason Brady (b. 8 May 1790, d. 11 July 1859)
MotherJane Bozman (b. about 1794)

Family: Zeno Spinks (b. about 1813)

DaughterMary Spinks (b. about 1845)
DaughterMergilene Spinks (b. about 1847)
DaughterKerenhappuch Spinks (b. about 1849)
DaughterFrances J. Spinks (b. about 1852)
DaughterSarah Spinks (b. about 1854)
SonJames W. Spinks (b. about 1856)
DaughterMay Spinks (b. about 1863)

Biography

Anna Brady was born about 1824 in Ohio.1 She and Zeno Spinks were married on 7 November 1844 in Wabash County, Indiana.2
Zeno and Anna appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded on 5 October 1850 in Liberty Township, Wabash County, Indiana.1 She moved to Magnolia Township, Harrison County, Iowa, 1856.3 Anna was named as an heir in the will of Cleason Brady on 15 April 1858 in Wabash County, Indiana.4 Zeno and Anna appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 9 July 1860 in Magnolia Township, Harrison County, Iowa, with Mergilene, Kerenhappuch, Frances, Sarah, and James. The family was listed immediately after the Samuel Spinks household5 Anna appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded in June 1880 in Liberty Township, Wabash County, Indiana, with her children James and May. She was listed as Ann Spinks a 56 year old widow born in Ohio.6
Last Edited13 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S1295] 1850 Census IN Wabash, U.S. census, Indiana, Wabash County, population schedule, Film M432, roll 178, Zeno C. Spinks household, p. 340, dwelling 137, family 137; INWaba501
  2. [S1297] Indiana State Library: Index of Indiana Marriages Through 1850, database, http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/www/Indiana/genealogy.mir.html
  3. [S1501] Harrison County,Magnolia Township, www.rootsweb.com/~iaharris, (exerpted by poster from 1891 History of Harrison County, Iowa
  4. [S1861] Compiler: Slevin, Ruth M, Wabash County, Indiana will records, 1842-1894,FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film: 6049762, Brady, Cleason will, abstracted from Book A pp. 134-5
  5. [S1494] 1860 Census IAHarrison, U.S. census, Iowa, Harrison County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 323, Zeno Spinks household, p. 816, dwelling 479, family 425; IAHarr601
  6. [S1495] 1880 Census IN Wabash, U.S. census, Indiana, Wabash County, population schedule, Film T9, Ann Spinks household, SD 6, ED 187, p. 311A, dwelling 110, family 111; INWaba801

Edward Cleason Bozman

M, #170, b. 18 January 1865, d. 1935

Parents

FatherWilkes Edward Bozman (b. 8 August 1831, d. 28 April 1898)
MotherAseneth E. Hyatt (b. 22 December 1833, d. 24 April 1911)
Bozman, Ned 18Apr1866

Biography

Edward Cleason Bozman was born on 18 January 1865 in Ohio.1,2 He and Bertha L. Hall were married on 24 June 1883 in Muskingum County, Ohio.3 Edward Cleason Bozman died in 1935, at age ~70, in Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.4
He was a dealer for wholesale produce.5 Edward and Bertha appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 9 June 1900 in Pond Creek, Grant County, Oklahoma.2 Edward and Bertha appeared on the 1910 US Census recorded on 22 April 1910 in Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.5 He was a manager of a wholesale produce in 1920.6 Edward and Bertha appeared on the 1920 US Census recorded on 6 January 1920 in Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.6 He was the proprietor of a produce firm in 1930.7 Edward and Bertha appeared on the 1930 US Census recorded on 5 April 1930 in Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma.7
Last Edited16 January 2017

Citations

  1. [S1555] Barbara Quackenbush Smith, Descendents of Wilkes Edward Bozman, Genealogy report
  2. [S61] 1900 U.S. census, Oklahoma, SGrant County, Film T623 roll 1337, Edward Bozman household, ED 65, sheet 9, dwelling 181, family 181; OKGran001
  3. [S819] Family Search: Ohio County Marriages 1790-1950, database and images, www.familysearch.org, Edward C. Bozman and Bertha L. Hall, 24 June 1883, Muskingum County, Ohio
  4. [S282] Steer, Linda, to Barbara Shroyer, email, "Wilks"
  5. [S291] 1910 U.S. census, Oklahoma, Muskogee County, population schedule, Film: T624 roll 1263, Muskogee, ED 110, sheet 10A, p. 104, dwelling 177, family 187, Edward C. Bozman household; OKMusk101
  6. [S1077] 1920 U.S. census, Oklahoma, Muskogee County, population schedule, Film T625, Muskogee, ED 76, sheet 5A, stamped p. 4, dwelling 93, family 101, Edward C. Bozman household
  7. [S30] 1930 U.S. census, Oklahoma, Muskagee County, population schedule, Film T626, Edward C. Bozman household, ED 29, sheet 8Z, p. 48, dwelling 105, family 126; OKMusk350

Isaiah Waters Brady

M, #171, b. 16 November 1827, d. 25 October 1915

Parents

FatherCleason Brady (b. 8 May 1790, d. 11 July 1859)
MotherJane Bozman (b. about 1794)

Family: Mary Elizabeth McGuire (b. February 1832, d. 10 September 1901)

SonCleason Calvin Brady (b. February 1852, d. 1895)
SonJohn Howe Brady+ (b. 9 February 1854, d. 14 September 1910)
SonJames I. Brady (b. 1856, d. 1 April 1864)
DaughterSarah Annette Brady (b. November 1858)
SonRichard Franklin Brady+ (b. 20 January 1860, d. 1 November 1932)
SonCharles Leander Sigal Brady (b. 1862, d. 2 October 1863)
DaughterEllen Caroline Brady+ (b. March 1864)
DaughterSusan Jane Brady (b. September 1866)
SonDavid L. Carval Brady (b. 1868)
DaughterRose Marie Brady (b. February 1872)
SonAlfred Tennyson Brady+ (b. 13 February 1876, d. February 1936)

Biography

Isaiah Waters Brady was born on 16 November 1827 in Blue Rock Township, Muskingum County, Ohio.1 He and Mary Elizabeth McGuire were married on 29 May 1851 in Wabash County, Indiana.2 Isaiah Waters Brady died on 25 October 1915, at age 87, in New Castle, Henry County, Indiana.1 He was buried in IOOF Cemetery (Marion), Grant County, Indiana.1
He was a farmer.3,4,5,6 Isaiah was named as an heir in the will of Cleason Brady on 15 April 1858 in Wabash County, Indiana.7 Isaiah and Mary appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded on 14 June 1860 in LaGro Township, Wabash County, Indiana, with Cleason, John, Jame, Sarah, and Richard.8 Isaiah and Mary appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded on 16 June 1870 in Washington Township, Grant County, Indiana, with Cleason, John, Sarah, Richard, Ellen, Susan, and David.9 Isaiah and Mary appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 11 June 1880 in Washington Township, Grant County, Indiana, with Cleason, Richard, Ellen, Susan, Rose, and Alfred.10 Isaiah and Mary appeared on the 1900 US Census recorded on 8 June 1900 in 1415 West 10 Street, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, with their children Alfred and Ellen and their daughter-in-lw Jessie Anna Barley.11
Last Edited25 August 2015

Citations

  1. [S1731] Compiler: Bailey, Linda Wilson Hudson, Julia Ellen McGinnis Wilson Research World Connect at Rootsweb.com, Url: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=mcginn2
  2. [S1509] Indiana Marriage Records Index 1845-1920, Url: www.ancestry.com, Isaah Waters Brady and Mary Elizabeth McGuire, 29 May 1851, Wabash Co. by LW Monsen M.G. Methodist Episcopal Church, orig. source book A p. 202
  3. [S1633] 1900 U.S. census, Indiana, Grant County, Film T623 rolls 280 and 373, Isaiah Brady
  4. [S1512] 1880 Census IN Grant, U.S. census, Indiana, Grant County, population schedule, Film T9, roll 0280, Isaiah Brady household
  5. [S1573] 1870 Census Grant County, Indiana, U.S. census, Indiana, Grant County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 317, Isaiah Braidy household
  6. [S1294] 1860 Census IN Wabash, U.S. densus, Indiana, Wabash County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 304, Isaih W. Brady household
  7. [S1861] Compiler: Slevin, Ruth M, Wabash County, Indiana will records, 1842-1894,FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film: 6049762, Brady, Cleason will, abstracted from Book A pp. 134-5
  8. [S1294] 1860 Census IN Wabash, U.S. densus, Indiana, Wabash County, population schedule, Film M653, roll 304, Isaih W. Brady household, Sheet 78, p. 324, dwelling 611, family 611; INWaba602
  9. [S1573] 1870 Census Grant County, Indiana, U.S. census, Indiana, Grant County, population schedule, Film M593, roll 317, Isaiah Braidy household, p. 233, dwelling 97, family 96; INGran701
  10. [S1512] 1880 Census IN Grant, U.S. census, Indiana, Grant County, population schedule, Film T9, roll 0280, Isaiah Brady household, SD 6, ED 173, p. 512C, dwelling 65, family 68; INGran801
  11. [S1633] 1900 U.S. census, Indiana, Grant County, Film T623 rolls 280 and 373, Isaiah Brady, ED 31, sheet 13A, dwelling 252, family 266; INGran001

James Brady

M, #172, b. about 1763, d. 1827

Family: Lydia (b. about 19 June 1763, d. 14 July 1838)

DaughterElizabeth Brady+ (b. 1787, d. 11 February 1848)
DaughterSusannah Brady+ (b. about 1788, d. 1863)
SonCleason Brady+ (b. 8 May 1790, d. 11 July 1859)
SonLevi Brady+ (b. 1 January 1792, d. January 1848)
DaughterPriscilla Brady+ (b. 12 September 1794, d. 1 September 1861)
SonThomas Brady+ (b. about 1800, d. 23 January 1883)

Biography

James Brady was born about 1763 in Maryland.1,2 He and Lydia were married.3 James Brady died in 1827 in Muskingum County.1 He was buried in McNaughton Cemetery (Rich Hill Township), Muskingum County.4
He was in Muskingum County, Ohio, by 1816. He was on the 1816 tax list5 James was head of household on the 1810 US Census taken in Brooke County, Virginia (now West Virginia). one male under 5, two males 16 to 25, one male 45 or older, one female 10 to 15, and one female 45 or older6,7 James was on the in 1816 tax list in Muskingum County. He was on Muskingum County tax lists from 1816 to at least 18258 James purchased a quarter lot by land patent in Muskingum County, Ohio, on 13 May 1817, . He was described as "of Brooke County, Virginia'.9 He signed a will on 31 May 1817 in Rich Hill Township, Muskingum County, Ohio.3
Last Edited4 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1359] Muskingum County Genealogical Society, Muskingum County, Ohio Cemetery Book Meigs and Rich Hill Townships, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film Number: 6010968, p. 11
  2. [S1234] 1880 Census OH Musk, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1054 and 1055, population schedule, Film T9, Thomas Brady entry, states father born in Maryland
  3. [S796] Muskingum County Ohio Will Records, James Brady will, , Volume: B, Page: 325, , Film 317300, Will003
  4. [S1359] Muskingum County Genealogical Society, Muskingum County, Ohio Cemetery Book Meigs and Rich Hill Townships, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film Number: 6010968, p. 11, James Brady d. 1827 63 yrs.
  5. [S2091] Muskingum, Ohio, Muskingum County, Ohio Tax Records 994-1003, 1816-1825, Tax Book, 1816, p. vol. 994; FHL microfilm 514172, item James Brady entry.
  6. [S217] 1810 U.S. census, Virginia, Brooke County, population schedule, Film M252 roll 66, p. 680, James Brady household
  7. [S754] Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records: Land Patent Search, digital image, James Brady, Muskingum County, Ohio, Url: http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch, Site Date: 2011, land patent no. CV0034-119, James's 1817 land patent stated he was "of Brooke County"
  8. [S2091] Muskingum, Ohio, Muskingum County, Ohio Tax Records 994-1003, 1816-1825, Tax Book, 1816 - 1825, p. vol. 994 - 1003, entry for James Brady; FHL microfilm 514172.
  9. [S754] Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records: Land Patent Search, digital image, James Brady, Muskingum County, Ohio, Url: http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch, Site Date: 2011, land patent no. CV0034-119

Lydia1,2,3

F, #173, b. about 19 June 1763, d. 14 July 1838

Family: James Brady (b. about 1763, d. 1827)

DaughterElizabeth Brady+ (b. 1787, d. 11 February 1848)
DaughterSusannah Brady+ (b. about 1788, d. 1863)
SonCleason Brady+ (b. 8 May 1790, d. 11 July 1859)
SonLevi Brady+ (b. 1 January 1792, d. January 1848)
DaughterPriscilla Brady+ (b. 12 September 1794, d. 1 September 1861)
SonThomas Brady+ (b. about 1800, d. 23 January 1883)

Biography

Lydia was born about 19 June 1763 in Maryland.4,5 She and James Brady were married.6 Lydia died on 14 July 1838 in Muskingum County.4 She was buried in McNaughton Cemetery (Rich Hill Township), Muskingum County.7
Lydia was the executrix of the will of her husband James Brady 31 May 1817 Rich Hill Township, Muskingum County, Ohio.6 Lydia was head of household on the 1830 US Census taken in Rich Hill Township, Muskingum County, Ohio. 1 female 15-20 and 1 female 60-70. Lydia was listed as Lydia Brady8
Last Edited2 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S1441] Carroll, Katherine (Brown), Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Katherine Brown Carroll, interview, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, Rufus Brown home, McConnelsville, Ohio, S Record Info: original interview notes
  2. [S796] Muskingum County Ohio Will Records, James Brady will, , Volume: B, Page: 325, , Film 317300
  3. [S1731] Compiler: Bailey, Linda Wilson Hudson, Julia Ellen McGinnis Wilson Research World Connect at Rootsweb.com, Url: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=mcginn2
  4. [S1359] Muskingum County Genealogical Society, Muskingum County, Ohio Cemetery Book Meigs and Rich Hill Townships, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film Number: 6010968, p. 11, Lydia Brady d. July 14, 1838 77y 26d w/o J
  5. [S1234] 1880 Census OH Musk, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1054 and 1055, population schedule, Film T9, Thomas Brady entry, states mother born in Maryland
  6. [S796] Muskingum County Ohio Will Records, James Brady will, , Volume: B, Page: 325, , Film 317300, Will003
  7. [S1359] Muskingum County Genealogical Society, Muskingum County, Ohio Cemetery Book Meigs and Rich Hill Townships, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film Number: 6010968, p. 11
  8. [S1190] 1830 Census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film M19, roll 137, Lydia Brady household, p. 267; OHMusk302

Levi Brady1,2,3

M, #174, b. 1 January 1792, d. January 1848

Parents

FatherJames Brady (b. about 1763, d. 1827)
MotherLydia (b. about 19 June 1763, d. 14 July 1838)

Family: Mary Brown

DaughterMary Brady+ (b. 18 March 1825, d. 16 January 1911)

Biography

Levi Brady was born on 1 January 1792 in Maryland.2 He and Mary Brown were married on 21 December 1815 in Muskingum County, Ohio.4 Levi Brady died in January 1848, at age 56, in Ohio.2
Levi was named as an heir in the will of James Brady on 31 May 1817 in Rich Hill Township, Muskingum County, Ohio.5 Levi pruchased a quarter lot by land patent in Muskingum County, Ohio, on 10 April 1819, .6 Levi was on the in 1820 tax list in Muskingum County, Ohio.7 Levi was on the from 1821 to 1823 tax list in Muskingum County.8 Levi and Mary deeded the land from his 1819 land patent to Samuel Wilson on 19 November 1822 in Muskingum County. the land from his 1819 land patent to Samuel Wilson9
Last Edited4 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S1441] Carroll, Katherine (Brown), Held By: Barbara Shroyer, Katherine Brown Carroll, interview, Interviewer: Barbara Shroyer, Rufus Brown home, McConnelsville, Ohio, S Record Info: original interview notes
  2. [S1731] Compiler: Bailey, Linda Wilson Hudson, Julia Ellen McGinnis Wilson Research World Connect at Rootsweb.com, Url: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=mcginn2
  3. [S796] Muskingum County Ohio Will Records, James Brady will, , Volume: B, Page: 325, , Film 317300
  4. [S153] Muskingum County Ohio Marriages, Marriage Records, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film Series: 0865137 and 0865142 [Vol. 1-3], Volume: 2, Film Number: 0865142, transcribed index, Brady, Levi to Mary Brown Dec. 21, 1815 by Israel Roteman
  5. [S796] Muskingum County Ohio Will Records, James Brady will, , Volume: B, Page: 325, , Film 317300, Will003
  6. [S755] Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records: Land Patent Search, digital image, Levi Brady, Muskingum County, Ohio, Url: http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch, Site Date: 2011, land patent no. CV0044-058
  7. [S1878] Muskingum County, Ohio Tax Records 994-1003, 1816-1825, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 514172, Vol. 998, 1820, Levi Brady; TaxMusk1
  8. [S1878] Muskingum County, Ohio Tax Records 994-1003, 1816-1825, FHL, Salt Lake City UT, microfilm 514172, Vol. 999-1000, 1821-23, Levi Brady; TaxMusk1
  9. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, G: 502-503, Levi Brady to Samuel Wilson, 19 November 1822, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)

Thomas Brady1

M, #175, b. about 1800, d. 23 January 1883

Parents

FatherJames Brady (b. about 1763, d. 1827)
MotherLydia (b. about 19 June 1763, d. 14 July 1838)

Family: Eleanor Gardner (b. about 1804)

DaughterLydia Brady+ (b. 10 February 1824, d. 23 March 1901)
DaughterDelila Brady (b. about 1828)
DaughterSarah E. J. Brady (b. 1 July 1834, d. 28 July 1853)
DaughterHarriet Brady (b. 15 April 1838, d. 24 April 1842)
DaughterMartha Brady (b. about 1841)
DaughterMary A. Brady (b. about 1844)

Biography

Thomas Brady was born about 1800 in Maryland.2,3 He and Eleanor Gardner were married on 30 March 1820 in Muskingum County, Ohio.4 Thomas Brady died on 23 January 1883 in Chandlersville, Muskingum County, Ohio.5
He was a farmer.3,6 Thomas was named as an heir in the will of James Brady on 31 May 1817 in Rich Hill Township, Muskingum County, Ohio.7 Thomas was head of household on the 1830 US Census taken in Rich Hill Township, Muskingum County, Ohio. The household consisted of 1 male under 5, 1 male 20-30, 1 female under 5, 2 females 5-10, and 1 female 20-30.8 Thomas was head of household on the 1840 US Census taken in Blue Rock Township, Muskingum County. The household consisted of 1 male 40-50, 1 male 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 2 females 15-20, and 1 female 30-40.9 Thomas and Eleanor appeared on the 1850 US Census recorded in 1850 in Rich Hill Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, with Delia, Sarah, Martha, and Mary.3 Thomas was granted eighty acres in Rich Hill Township by Samuel Herron on 5 November 1859 in Muskingum County.10 Thomas and Eleanor appeared on the 1860 US Census recorded in 1860 in Rich Hill Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, with Martha and Mary and also Thomas Sinclair age 18.6 Thomas and Eleanor appeared on the 1870 US Census recorded in July 1870 in Rich Hill Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, with granddaughter Elizabeth Blackburn and Emma Blackburn probably a granddaughter.11 Thomas and Eleanor appeared on the 1880 US Census recorded on 21 June 1880 in Rich Hill Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, with Emma Blackburn.12 His executor, Robert McIntire, deeded 80 acres in Rich Hill Township to Harvey Fulkerson13
Last Edited4 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S796] Muskingum County Ohio Will Records, James Brady will, , Volume: B, Page: 325, , Film 317300
  2. [S1731] Compiler: Bailey, Linda Wilson Hudson, Julia Ellen McGinnis Wilson Research World Connect at Rootsweb.com, Url: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=mcginn2, Has birth as 1 Jan. 1799 in Maryland
  3. [S885] 1850 census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 717 and 718, population schedule, Film M432, Thomas Braddy household, p. 488, dwelling 238 family 238; OHMusk509
  4. [S51] Ohio Genealogical Society, Muskingum County Chapter, Muskingum County, Ohio Marriages Book 1, 1803-1818: and Muskingum County, Ohio Marriages Book 2, 1818-1835, Book II Thomas Brady and Eleanor Gardner March 30, 1820 by I. Robinson
  5. [S1731] Compiler: Bailey, Linda Wilson Hudson, Julia Ellen McGinnis Wilson Research World Connect at Rootsweb.com, Url: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=mcginn2
  6. [S207] 1860 Census Ohio Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1018 and 1019, population schedule, Film M653, Rich Hill, p. 379, sheet 96,dwelling 667, family 667, Thomas Brady household; OHMusk602
  7. [S796] Muskingum County Ohio Will Records, James Brady will, , Volume: B, Page: 325, , Film 317300, Will003
  8. [S1190] 1830 Census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, population schedule, Film M19, roll 137, Thomas Brady household, p. 266; OHMusk302
  9. [S1201] 1840 U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum Co, population schedule, Film M704, roll 418, Thomas Brady household, p. 481; OHMusk402
  10. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, 36: 287-288, Samuel Herron to Thomas Brady, 5 November 1859, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)
  11. [S1223] 1870 Census OH Muskingum, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1250 & 1251, population schedule, Film M593, Thomas Brady household, p. 395, dwelling 20, family 27; OHMusk703
  12. [S1234] 1880 Census OH Musk, U.S. census, Ohio, Muskingum County, rolls 1054 and 1055, population schedule, Film T9, Thomas Brady household, ED169, p. 271B dwelling 11, family 11; OHMusk805
  13. [S2270] Ohio. Muskingum County, Deeds. Digital images, 81: 47-48, Robert McIntire, executor for Thomas Brady, to Harvey Fulkerson, 31 March 1885, Muskingum County Recorder's Office Online Searches (http://recorder.muskingumcounty.org/mcreconline.html : accessed Jul 2011)