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Her husband died many years ago, but she leaves sisters, Mrs. Celia Raredon of this city, Mrs. Frank Walters of Lincoln, and one son, T. Blackburn of Catlettsburg, Ky. She had been a member of the Baptist Church for 30 years but lately affiliated with the Methodist Church.
She was a thoroughly good woman and all is well with her. Blackburn, son of Mr. He had been ill with typhoid fever for over six weeks and despite the tender and loving care of his mother and sister, gradually grew weaker until he passed away as above stated. Another brother, Wilson Blackburn, died of the same disease November 22 and another brother is just recovering.
He was a fine young man and had many friends. He is survived by his parents, one brother and sister and a half sister, who will have the sincere sympathy of every one in their great sorrow.
Blackburn, 73, a native of Gallia county, died Monday in Bucyrus after suffering a heart attack. He was a retired boilermaker for the New York Central Railroad, and had been a resident of Bucyrus since He retired in Blackburn was born Aug. His marriage to the former Ethel V. Ralph took place Dec. Other survivors are seven children, James Blackburn, of Texas, Mrs. Donald Leonard of Florida, Mrs. Harvey Rodabaugh of Mt.
Don Dutcher of New Castle, Ind. Russell Peterman, Ralph D. There are 20 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. A daughter, Grace, and a sister preceded him in death. Blackburn was baptized in Old Kyger church at the age of 10, and he was a charter member and helped to build the Church of the Nazarene at Bucyrus. Services were held today at the Munz-Pirnstill Funeral home in Bucyrus, and burial was in Oakwood cemetery.
Jacob Blackburn passed peacefully away, aged 59 years. Frances Lenora Blackburn, 55, died unexpectedly at her residence here Monday.
Her mother died a week ago. Ronald Patty Barton, Gallipolis, two grandchildren and a sister. James Elizabeth Persinger, Gallipolis. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by a daughter. Services will be Thursday, 2 p.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. Athens Messenger Tuesday, Oct. Joseph Blackburn, aged 73 years, who lived about two and a half miles south of town, died last Tuesday evening, from the result of a paralytic stroke, which occurred three weeks ago. Blackburn was a hard working, industrous man. Blackburn, his wife, dying something over three years ago.
Funeral services were held at the family residence at 10 o'clock Wednesday. Gallipolis Daily Tribune Aug.
Tom Blackburn, a former resident of this city, died at Catlettsburg Ky. She was aged 21 years and a beautiful, popular young lady with many friends here who will sincerely mourn her death. Rose Blackburn was born in , died in Davis, Monday, August 30; he was a patient sufferer and was a member of the church. He had been ill at this home in Catlettsburg since Christmas, and was 61 years old. He is survived by a wife and two sons, C.
Price of Hinton, Mrs. Mullen of Catlettsburg, and Mrs. He was born in Gallipolis and was a harness maker. He became a traveling salesman and late in life moved to Catlettsburg. He was a Mason and well known here. Josephine Blacklock, who formerly resided at Bladen, died Thursday afternoon at the home of her nieces in Columbus where she had lived for many years.
She was ninety-six years old but was able to come here this summer for her annual visit. According to her death certificate available at familysearch. In he came to this country and settled at West Columbia, W. He was for a number of years bank boss at Coalton, Ky. Eight or nine years ago he located at Bladen where he lived up to the time of his death.
Before coming to this country Mr. Blacklock was a member of the Church of England. As soon as he could he took out naturalization papers, thus becoming an American citizen, and connected himself with the Methodist Episcopal Church of which he remained a member to the day of his unexpected and sudden death. He was prominent in church affairs and had been Superintendent of the Sunday school and leader at Bethel Church for years. His sudden death was caused by an acute attack of cholera morbus.
He had been ill for only twenty-four hours and he had the best medical aid, but without avail. Up to the time of the fatal attack he had enjoyed perfect health. He was a man of splendid physique, being over 6 feet tall and very erect. He leaves a wife to mourn their last separation but no children. Hundreds of his old friends and neighbors were present to pay their last tribute of respect.
Undertaker Wetherholt conducted the burial in Bethel cemetery. Death came suddenly Sunday afternoon to James Augustus Blagg as he was sitting in a chair at his home near Harrisburg. Blagg had been in his usual health and his death was entirely unexpected. He was seventy-two years of age and had lived his entire life in Gallia county where he was born.
The greater part of his life was spent as a farmer. A few years ago he retired and with Mrs. Blagg came to Gallipolis to make his home with his daughter, Mrs.
Two years ago they returned to the farm with Mrs. Betz and her family where they have since lived. He is survived by his wife who has been an invalid for several years, one son, Frank H. Blagg, of Columbus, and in addition to Mrs. Betz, another daughter, Mrs. Swanson, wife of Sheriff Swanson, of this city. He also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Ellie Bowers, of New California, O.
Joe McNurlin, of Oak Hill. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p. He had passed his 90th milestone. He was a son of Isaac and Polly Steele Blagg, and the last of a family of four children. William Curry Glenn of Vinton was a sister. He married Nancy Stickelman, mother of Mrs. Randall Denney of Wilkesville, who preceded him in death a few years, and later a grown son was taken, and there are four surviving children.
He was distantly related to the Gallia County Blaggs. Blagg died at her home in Columbus Sunday morning at the age of She was the daughter of the late C. She was married to Henry B. Blagg by whom she is survived. She is also survived by a sister, Mrs. Phillips, and brother, Sherman Arthur, both of Gallipolis. The body is in charge of the Phillips undertaking establishment at Ironton.
It will be brought to Mr. Died, in this town, on Tuesday evening last, of typhoid fever, William Blagg, aged about 21 years. Private Earl Blaine, son of Mr. Elza Sheets of this city. He was a most exemplary young man and his death brought sorrow to many hearts. The funeral services will be held at the Baptist Church in this city Wednesday, interment following in the home cemetery across the river.
Death of a Pioneer A. Blake we record the departure of one of the first settlers of this county. The sad event occured at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
McCormick, on Fourth street at 2: Blake was born Nov. He spent his earlier days in and around Marietta locating at his present old homestead at Swan Creek at the age of 17 with his parents, his folks coming down the river in a bark or dug-out, while he drove a yoke of cattle through by land.
His father was a sea captain and took charge of one of the vessels that was constructed at Marietta. He loaded the craft with sasafras and took it to Dublin Island for disposal. Blake was married to Hannah Trobridge Dec. Blake died May 2, , in her ninety-third year. By their marriage six children were born, four girls and two boys, viz: William Blake, deceased; C. Blake, ex-sheriff of this county, who resides at Swan Creek and has charge of the old homestead; Mrs.
Harriet Smith, deceased; Mrs. Julia Eaton, of Quaker Bottom; and Mrs. Moore, of this city. Deceased has been in declining health for over a year from the infirmities of old age and a cancerous growth, which hastened his death.
Until about a month ago he was strong enough to be up and around. During his entire illness he was cheerful and bore his sufferings patiently. He realized his condition and had a premonition that the end was near and three days ago he called his children to his bedside and in a feeble, but distinct tone of voice, said: As to his moral character Mr.
Blake's was one of sterling quality. He always contended and worked to build up the principles of right and justice. He was a charitable neighbor and friend; always ready to help the needy with a lavish hand. He was economical that he might save something, not for his own aggrandizement, but that he might be able to give when called upon. Deceased was a life-long Republican, and even during his last illness at his suggestion he was driven to the polls that he might cast his last vote for Major McKinley, in whom he felt a great pride.
He used to make trips to New Orleans with flat boats laden with produce which he sold in the Southern markets. Blake's word was held in high esteem by all who knew him. In the words of one of his neighbors, "His word to him was as good as other men's bonds, " and that is one of the loftiest aspirations of a man's life, as a good name is rather to be chosen than great riches.
Blake attended the centennial at Philidelphia and also the celebration at Marietta of the one hundredth anniversary of the settlement of that city in , which he enjoyed. At his native home the transformation of the block-house and an open court, where the children used to play, as they dared not venture out without imperiling their lives by falling victims of the red-skins, to that of a thrifty little city was like the removal of a hut and the building of a castle in its stead to him.
The departure of such a venerable resident is regretted by all who knew his good traits and the sympathy of the community is with his children. The remains were taken to Swan Creek this Saturday afternoon on the steamer Vesper, and the funeral services will be conducted at the old homestead Sunday forenoon at 10 o'clock by Rev. McCormick, burial at the family burying ground by Wetherholt. Cemetery entry gives his first name as 'Anselm T.
Burial in Blake Cemetery, Ohio Township. Funeral services were held in Huntington Monday afternoon by Rev. Caudill of the Twentieth St. Baptist church, interment following in the Ridgelawn cemetery there. Blake is survived by his wife formerly Miss Elizabeth Pollock whom he married Dec. Blake of Oklahoma City and C. Blake of Louisville, Ky. Blake was a farmer and oil and gas well promoter. He had been interested in the Texas oil fields and later in a similar effort in Kentucky and West Virginia.
Blake was a kindly and companionable man with hosts of friends. He was "Fon" Blake to them all a term of affection and endearment because of his lovable qualities. He had had an extended illness. His age was 68 years, 10 months, 6 days. Surviving are his widow, Eliza Murray Blake, and the following children: Clarence Beaver, all of Crown City; Mrs. Clifford Henderson and Mrs.
Gooderham, both of Miller; Andrew E. There are two brothers and a sister, John Henry and Orsamas A. Blake had two or three strokes during his illness. Oma Williams in charge. Burial in Miller cemetery by Stevers.
Pioneer Rail Attorney Dies C. Blake, pioneer, railroad attorney, serving the Rock Island Lines in Oklahoma since , died at his home in El Reno early Friday morning. He was 64 years old.
He was a brother of Ernest E. Blake of Oklahoma City and for nine years, to , the brothers conducted a law partnership in El Reno. Blake had been ill for several months with heart trouble.
Among his ancestors are numbered the captain of artillery who captured Aaron Burr in his expedition to Mexico; Israel Putnam, leader of the Green Mountain Boys and his great great grandfather who was the organizer and leader of the Boston tea party.
Although active in republican politics, he never sought office for himself. He served as president of the board of regents of Oklahoma university, having received his appointment from Governor Barnes and under Governor Seay, he was head of the board of regents of A. There are four children, Bryan T. He was national counselor for the United States chamber of commerce. Col Clyde Monroe Funeral 2 P.
Burial will be in Ridgelawn Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers will be William P. Winters and Hersel W. Later he was an oil scout in the Southwest, particularly in Oklahoma, Texas and Mexico. His military career included service as a battery commander, military police officer, airdrome defense officer, administrative and technical inspector and other staff positions. Captain Blake later took part in a expedition with an Admiral Whipple in which they built three ships at Marietta, floated them down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers and sailed to Ireland.
He later established the Blake Farm at its present site and his descendants have lived there since. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p. The deceased was born in Massachusetts in the year , and although a youth of but thirteen years of age, when the battle of Bunker Hill took place, in June, , he could not be restrained, but shouldered his musket and marched in defence [sic] of his country, but from his inability to undergo the hardships of camp life, had his musket taken from him and sent home, but his ardor was not abated, and was always desiring his parents to let him enlist, but as he was a minor during the whole war of the revolution, his parents prevented him.
In , when the agents of the Ohio Company were soliciting the men of enterprise and fortitude to aid and assist in forming a settlement at the mouth of Muskingum, David Blake embarked in the enterprise, and with others came to Marietta in the spring of The year following the Indian war broke out, and from that time until Wayne's treaty with the Indians, in , he performed the duty of a soldier under Captain Anselm Tupper. When the war ceased, he purchased a valuable tract of land in Washington county, which he highly improved, on which he resided many years, raising and educating a family of nine sons and daughters, and subsequently sold his farm, and purchased another in Ohio township, Gallia county, to which he removed in , and with incredible labor cleared a farm in a dense forest of Ohio bottom, requiring to be ditched and prepared for cultivation.
Some seven years since he lost the companion of his youth, and with her all ambition to attend to worldly concerns, and so dividing and arranging his estate, that he continued to reside in his own domicil [sic] with his son until he received the summons to prepare for the change he was to undergo. Instead of complaining and fault-finding, he was always cheerful and pleasant, ready to amuse his friends with the scenes of by-gone days.
His life has been a time of the most interesting events; he has seen his country pass from a state of vassalage and colonial government to the enjoyment of the inestimable blessing of self-government; to see his country with a population of some four millions, contending successfully with one of the most gigantic powers of Europe, and establishing upon an indestructible basis the only free government upon the globe. He has seen his country grow as if by magic from four to twenty-five millions of inhabitants; to see her form a confederacy of but thirteen States, and to see them expanding and extending until she numbers thirty-one and some seven or eight territories; to see her extending her commerce into every corner of the globe; and causing her power to be respected by all nations of the earth, to see civil and religious liberty exjoyed by the inhabitants of her widely extended domain.
While the mind of David Blake kept pace with the improvements of his country, he did not forget his spiritual concerns—he kept his Bible upon his table, which was his constant companion, and religion was his only solace and comfort in the trying hour of death, and his last words were—"Lord, into thy hands I commit my soul.
The celebration of death and resurrection will be held at 2 p. Luke United Methodist Church with Rev. Dan Johnson and Father Gregg Riley officiating.
Burial will be in Ridgelawn Memorial Park. He was born Sept. He was a member of St. Surviving are his wife, Maxine Bayless Blake; two daughters, Mrs. Two brothers, John G.
Masonic graveside services will be conducted. The family will receive their friends form p. Thursday at Kincaid-Mann Mortuary. Blake, Gratia Fuller Mrs. Blake was born at Rome, Lawrence County, and would have been 80 years old on Oct. In she was married to Mr. Blake and had since lived at Swan Creek, excepting two years spent in Illinois and a few years in this city in the late 70s and early 80s when Mr.
Last winter both of them were in Florida and Oklahoma. In the latter place she contracted a severe cold from which she did not recover and which hastened her death. Blake is 86 years old and in pretty good health.
Blake was a splendid woman and intensely devoted to her family. She was mother of six sons, five of whom survive her--A. All attended the funeral, and they, together with Don Blake, a grandson of the deceased, served as pall bearers. The funeral was held at the residence at 10 a. Burial in the family cemetery by Hayward.
There was a large crowd present. From Gallipolis were S. Nevius, Miss Ida Nevius, W. John Rust and Miss Rose Hannan. A similar obituary appeared in the Gallipolis Bulletin, Thursday, May 27, The actual date of death on the death certificate was 21 May Blake], at Swan Creek, the day before became known.
There was probably no lady living in the county so well known as she, and no one more universally respected. Growing up with this county, she had come to be a well known part of it during her late years. Blake was the daughter of Mr.
David Trobridge, who departed this life years ago. Deceased was born in New England in and removed to this State when only eight years of age. She was united in marriage to Mr.
Blake in Athens county, Ohio, December 10, , and came immediately to this county where they resided. With a family of six children, two of whom are dead, she has lived among us almost a century, until summoned to eternal rest to await the sounding of the trumpet on that eventful morn.
Blake has been an invalid for over four months, suffering from heart and stomach trouble, together with old age. She realized her condition, but was patient and loving and her earthly life went out quietly and peacefully, surrounded by the tender and attentive hands of the family. Deceased was a woman of great hospitality, taking delight in seeing her house filled with her friends.
While not a member of any particular church, Mrs. Blake professed her faith in Christ at the M. Church and a firm believer in its doctrines.
One of her characteristics was that of a charitable feeling for everybody, and of forgetting all harsh feeling herself and having a kind word for all her acquaintances. She was probably the oldest resident of Ohio Township, and that community can never forget her labors for the advancement of any and all good deeds proposed. Blake, who is very poorly, deceased leaves three married daughters and one son, Mrs. John Eaton and Mr. Blake, to cherish and hold sacred the memory of a true and kind parent.
The casket was furnished by Undertaker Wetherholt. Blake, Hettie Catherine Mrs. Hettie Catherine Blake, 83, widow of the late D. Blake, a former infirmary superintendent, died suddenly shortly before 7 o'clock this morning in the apartment at Foresythe Ave. She had been in failing health for several years following a serious automobile accident but her passing came quite unexpectedly.
Born March 10, , at Buchanon, W. Blake was the third child of the late Elias and Carolina Clark Wetherholt and came to this county with her parents as a small child. She was married to D.
Millard Blake on Sept. Five children were born to this union, three of whom died within a week while yet small. The other two, Ralph and Stella of Columbus, survive. Tragedy again punctuated her life when her husband was instantly killed at the Sycamore St. Three sisters and a brother also survive; Mrs. Mary Davis, Gratiot, Mrs. Carrie Sisson, Porter, Mrs. While funeral arrangements had not been completed, burial was planned at Mt. Zion in this county, and Elias Wetherholt expected to go to Columbus Wednesday to bring the funeral party here.
Gallipolis Daily Tribune Nov. Ina Williams Blake, wife of Roy Blake, died suddenly Wednesday morning at their home on Federal creek, about three miles back of Miller. She had suffered from heart trouble for a good while. Wednesday morning she had an attack while her husband had gone into the yard. On his return she was seated at a table, her face buried in her hands. She told him she was ill and he asked "Shall I put you in bed? Blake was born in Guyan tp. She was the daughter of Jesse L.
Williams, who died in Huntington several years ago, and of Mrs. Nellie Williams, who lives at Crown City. She is survived by three sons and 4 daughters ranging in ages from 5 to 17 years; Ferry, Roy, Jr.
Arthur Moore and Mrs. Lafe Moore, both of Miller the two sisters having married brothers. Funeral services will be head at 2 o'clock Friday at Forest Glen church of Federal, of which the decedent was a member. Miller of Crown City will officiate. Blake, John Kerr Death of Mr. John Kerr Blake will be sorry to learn of his death which occurred in this city at the Blake residence, corner of First avenue and Grape street, Wednesday evening, August 5, , and of tuberculosis after a long and painful illness.
Blake was the son of Mr. Blake, was a carpenter by occupation and had been absent from Gallipolis nearly 25 years, until last spring when he came home ill. For the past six years he had resided at Warren, O. The funeral services will be conducted at the residence by Rev. Cherrington, pastor Grace M. Church, Friday morning and the interment will follow by Wetherholt at Mound Hill cemetery.
He had been in poor health for sometime and became bedfast Wednesday of last week and became paralyzed on the left side. He was a carpenter by trade, a good workman and well liked by all who knew him. He moved to this city from Springfield Township about 24 years ago. His wife, a daughter of the late Mr. Kerr, died about seven years ago.
The following children survive him: Richards, of Argentine, Kas. James Blake, of Wooster, also survives him. The funeral services were conducted from his late home Wednesday afternoon by Rev. Magee, interment following at Bethel Churchyard by Wetherholt. He was the eldest of three boys left motherless at the age of six, four and two years. The youngest, Ned Blake, is now the only surviving member of the family. Blake was united in marriage June 29, to Miss Josephine Murray and to them eight children were born - two girls died in infancy and a son, Harry after reaching young manhood.
Carrie Matthews, Ella and Marie of Columbus, who, with their mother, deeply mourn the loss of one who was very dear to them.
Blake was of a quiet congenial disposition, always deeply interested in the welfare of his children, and a good father. He was baptized in infancy and was reared in the fear of the Lord, and always a believer in the power of Christ to save.
He was a good citizen and neighbor, but for the past two years his health was such that all about him could notice his growing frailties, both in body and mind, until death ended the uneven struggle and his spirit was wafted to God who gave it.
The funeral was conducted at the F. Church Thursday afternoon, Rev. Fulton officiating, burial following in the McGhee Cemetery. Blake, William Thomas Wm. Blake was stricken with paralysis 13 years ago and never recovered from the stroke. He was born in Gallipolis 68 years ago, being a son of Thomas and Lucy Blake who died many years ago.
On July 2, , Mr. His devoted and faithful wife. Noel of Huntington and a niece, Mrs. Walter Weber of Ashland, KY, are left to mourn their loss. Blake was a partner for several years with Mr. Summers in the painting business. Blake was known to his friends, was a big hearted clever man and had many friends who will regret to hear of his death. Blake has for many years been a Knight of Pythias and that lodge will be in charge of the funeral services which will be conducted by Rev.
Finley Wood at the Blake residence Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Francoise Blanc, aged 50 years. Blanc's death elsewhere mentioned, removes from our midst a sterling old citizen with hosts of friends. He was born in Lausanne, Switzerland May 29, He settled in Springfield Township in and was a carpenter and farmer by occupation.
His first wife died Nov. She was born in Bordeaux, France, in 46 and died in April By this marriage he became the father of Emma, Lewis and Nora. He gave one son to the War of the Union--Julius, who served till the war was closed, much of the time in prison. His funeral services will be conducted at 10 a. Zion, burial following at the same place. Gallipolis Daily Tribune Dec. Blankenship of LeSage, W. Blankenship, in Huntington, after an illness of several months.
She was the widow of Andrew J. Blankenship, and in addition to the son, a daughter, Mrs. Jackson, of Huntington, also survives. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.
According to her death certificate available at wvculture. Burial apparently in Greenbottom, West Virginia. He leaves four daughters and a son. Blazer had been at Columbus for some time and had moved back to make this their permanent home, and they will have the sympathy of many friends. Blazer, of Green township. Fred Rice conducted the services and beautiful hymns were sung by the Graham-Niday quartets. Graduate nurses from out of town present were Mrs.
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Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Mary Adams MaryLAdams comcast. Much of William's family remained in Carroll County, Ohio. He came here following his daughter Elizabeth and her husband George W. Cheshire, Gallipolis Associated surnames: Linda Taylor katznstamper aol. Appears in census, but first recorded deed is Rufus' wife is believed to be Mary Crinkleton, but there is no evidence to confirm that.
She is buried in Patriot Cemetery, simply as "Wife of Rufus" no name, no date. Contact Don Strong dharmonstrong juno. Some later came back into Gallia I think. Gallia Contact Mary Hazelett4 aol. Looking for more information on my great-great grandfather, Joshua Fawcett born 3 Aug in Gallia, Ohio.
John Fee was the partriarch of the family. I am looking for the true parent of one of his grandsons.. He had left home and married before the census. He married Rachel Denny. Scott Ferard ferard hotmail. Dorothy McCarns dlmccarns sbcglobal. William was born in Ohio in , I don't know where. He is found in the census in Gallia County living with Hannah Campbell, along with his sister?
His sister is listed as being born in Missouri and she was age 9, 3 years younger than William. I am looking for their parents. Andrew FRIEND was a roving hunter and squatter in all the southeastern parts of Ohio who made all his own gun powder and killed hundreds of deer for the local people.
If you have any information on him and his family please contact me. Oma Nichols oliveneo yahoo. Jonas was my great-great grandfather, married to Elizabeth Fowler. He was a circuit rider Minister. They had 9 children. Lenora's parents were Henry Haskins and Amelia Roaderamour. Wendy Grainger jvaughn aol.
Children, William, born , Mary, born , Henry, born Looking for any information on this family, particularily Amanda's death which probably occured between and Margaret Myers JandMmyers aol. Need info on the Garlick family and Haskins family. William and wife Elizabeth Years: Moses and Harriet Years: Sharon Lee Gates SGates aol. James Monroe Gatewood Years: These are just the first two generations in Gallia County.
He learned the carpenter's trade. He commenced his trade as undertaker and continued the business until June The latter part of he bought land at Raccoon Island, Ohio and went to farming and boating wood, staves, tanbark and hoop-poles to different points, a flourishing business at that time. James continued that business until August at which time he volunteered in the Union army and served 3 years, less 18 days.
In May ,James formed a company partnership with W. In , James sold his interest in the factory and in build a saw mill and conducted the Gatewood Lumber Company.
In the saw mill was merged into the Gallipolis Furniture Factory. On Jan 1, , he retired from business. I have much information on the Gatewood family in Gallia County.
James Monroe's grandson, Perry Clayton Gatewood was married to Emma Rowena Caldwell who would be known to many as "Grandma" Gatewood and was the first woman to hike the miles of the Appalachian Trail , from Georgia to Maine, in one season at the age of I am intertested in both their son Allen T.
Both children married into the Power family. I am related through George W. Hoping to get information on decendants and hopefully additional informaiton on the Power family. Mary Bonnie George Lyons mbonlyons att. They were my 3x great grandparents. I would be happy to share information with any George researchers. Harrison, Clay, Ohio Associated surnames: Sheri Culler slculler embarqmail.
Frank, Emmett and Ruth Glass Years: Huntington, Raccoon, Vinton, Morgan Associated surnames: Charlotte Bush Crist samcharcrist ohiohills.
Zemeri was born in in Davidson County N. His Grandmother, Rhoda Gosset t was born in By Zemeric moved his family to Champaign and Clark County. Zemeric died in in Mechanicsburg, Ohio. Mary died in in London, Ohio. Arrived in the area about Townships: George, Hiram, Levi Years: Centre, Green, Walnut Associated surnames: Yolanda Campbell Lifter ylifter ohiofamilyresearch. I am trying to complete the genealogical records on my father's side of the family.
I am pretty new at this so am just sort of stumbling along. Frank Barnhart Gullum Associated surnames: Nancy Larson jlarson1 columbus.
My grandfather Gullum was apparently born in Hamden in He died in Athens 16 Aug. Harrison, Ohio, Clay Associated surnames: Martha Hamilton mhamilton dioceseofcleveland. The surnames listed are first families of Gallia Co. I have the Harbours in America by Louis J. Williams First Edition in that is a great resource on the Harbours. Also, I have eight direct ancestors who lived in Guyan Twp.
Reverend George and Lavina Harriger Years: Walnut, Perry, Green, Springfield Associated surnames: Claudia Melin ckm6 frontiernet. George was a Baptist Minister and died shortly after the Civil War.
Their home was at Patriot; they had 7 surviving daughters surnames above and one son, Erastus. Hiram and Elizabeth Years: Morgan Hay and wife Olive? Cindy Hay Fuller cl.
Morgan was my 3rd great grandfather. He was married to Olive and children were: Charlotte Fischer cfischer50 gmail. The Hayward family seems to have done a pretty good job of keeping track of itself - so I have lots of records and pictures.
John and Sarah Henderson Years: John Henderson was married and had six kids by each wife. Frank Harrison Higgins Years: Raccoon and in Gallipolis Associated surname: Jody Milsap millerjody5 yahoo.
Looking for information on my great grandfather's family. My great grandfather is Lawson Higgins born April 2, His mothers name was Sarah Viola "Ola" Boster. His fathers name is Frank Harrison.
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