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1. Lawrence Pearl Sr. was born on 28 Aug 1792 in Frederick Co., Maryland, died BET 26 AND 28 OCT 1868 in Deavertown, Morgan Co., Ohio, and was buried on 30 Oct 1868 in St. Dominic's Cemetery, Mcluney, Harrison Twp. Perry Co., Ohio.

General Notes: The Perrells, and all of the variations of the name came from the British Isles. After the Normans invaded the British Isles in 1066, there eventually came intermarriages. The "root" of the name is the French "pere" meaning father, sire. Perrell (with various combinations of R's and L's), Perrill, Parrill, Perrin, Perrott are some of the many derivations.

We are still uncertain about the Pearl spelling, but they aren't from Spain, as stated in the biography of Francis Marion Pearl. We can only guess that those early Pearls in Massachusetts didn't know how to spell??? Both Daniel Perrell of Falling Waters, West Virginia, and Carolyn Perrell Wilson of Martinsburg, West Virginia, attribute the spelling change to a family feud "way back". More recently some, including one of Daniel's brothers, changed to Pearrell. We note here that the Perrells in West Virginia accent the first syllable of the name--Perr'ell, so it sounds like Pearl. We in Ohio accent the last syllable, so it sounds like Purr--l'. The Perrells of North Carolina pronounce it like the word "peril".
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Lawrence Pearl is buried at St. Dominic's Cemetery, McLuney, Perry Co., Ohio. The church, St. Dominic's, which originally was next to the cemetery, is now in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, & is known as the Church of the Atonement. It is located in the NW 1/4 of Section 25 on the west side of TR 162, 1/2 mile north of Co. Road 84 (Pole Cat Rd.). It sits back from the road, up on a knoll.

On the St. Dominic Cemetery records it says that they were recorded by the Catholic Record Society (appeared in the Catholic Record Society Bulletin in June 1980, Mrs. Betty Bellous and Mrs. Marion Berry on 27 July 1980, Mimi Underwood and Nancy Rains in August 1983, and Norma Ortman and Maxine Fisher on 4 July 1987). The cemetery is in very poor condition, accounting for the differences between the four recordings. Differences have been noted in brackets ( ). It is left up to the researcher to determine which version is correct.
Lawrence's tombstone reads: Lawrence Pearl, died 28 Oct. 1868, age 76 years, 2 months, born 28 Aug. 1792, There is also a paragraph on the bottom of the tombstone which I couldn't read. Someone said that the tombstone said that he was born in Frederick Co., Md.
The Church of the Atonement is located at 320 Winter Street, Crooksville, Ohio 43731

Names mentioned in Lawrence Pearl's Will are as follows: John J. Pearl, John Gossman, Lawrence Pearl, Catharine Brecht, Ruth Deaver, Francix X. Pearl, W. A. Pearl, heirs of S. A. Deaver, Susannah Gossman, Mary Springer, Anthony Diss, Eleanore Longstreth.
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Lawrence Pearl bought land in Whitely Twp., Greene Co., PA, 1 April 1828 from Asa Wilson. He sold the land to Conrod Clovis on 8 Dec. 1836.

Property Record of Lawrence Pearl dated 8 Dec. 1836 between Lawrence Pearl of Whitely Twp., in the County of Green, and State of Pennsylvania and Susanna his wife of the one part, and Conrod Clovis of the place aforesaid of the other part. Signed and sealed 8th day of December A.D. 1836.

Lawrence Pearl of the County of Green and State of Pennsylvania" bought 80 acres of land on 30 Dec. 1836 from John Conaway and wife, Casalina, for $600 in Morgan Co., Ohio.
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Montgomery County, Maryland, Marriages, 1798-1875 -- Woman's Name:
Nicholls:
Susanah & Laurence Pearen 4 October 1814
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Will of Lawrence Pearl - Proven August 21, 1879

In the name of the Benevolent Father of all I Lawrence Pearl of York Township, Morgan County, Ohio, do make and establish this my last Will and Testament.

I give to my wife, Margaret, during her life the house and twenty-seven acres of ground adjoining thereto situated in York Township, Morgan County, Ohio, it being the East half of the North East quarter of Section Twenty Seven of Township 14, Range fourteen, containing eighty acres more or less and in addition thereto one black cow and one yearling heiffer and one pit pig and two bedsteads and bedding, one corner cupboard, two pictures and frames, one rocking chair, three new chairs, and the cooking stove, and one bureau and sufficient cooking utensils and dishes
to be selected by my executors, one four-leaf dining table and the carpet in the house.

2nd. I want all the rest of my Personal Property sold by my Executors without appraisement and of the proceeds thereof to pay my funeral expenses and debts and the balance to be equally divided among my children and the balance of the real estate not bequeathed to my wife is to be rented out by my Executors during my wife's life and after her death to be sold and the proceeds thereof to be equally divided among my children after paying Executors and other expenses necessary.

3rd. I do appoint James P. Longstreth and John Gossman my executors of this my last Will & Testament.

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 19th day of August in the year of our Lord One Thousand and Eight Hundred and Sixty Eight (1868).

Signed: Lawrence Pearl

Signed and acknowledged by said Lawrence Pearl as his last Will & Testament in our presence and signed by us in his presence.

Signed: Martin V. Wood (his X mark)
Signed: J. M. Weaver

The State of Ohio
Morgan County Probate Court

Personally appeared in open Court J. M. Weaver one of the ________ witnesses to the last Will and Testament of Lawrence Pearl, deceased who being duly sworn according to law to speak the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth in relation to the _____ of said Will depose and says that the paper before him perporting to be the last Will and Testament of Lawrence Pearl now deceased is the Will of said deceased, Lawrence Pearl that he was present at the execution of said Will at the request of the Testator - signed his name to the same as a witness in his presence and that he saw the said Lawrence Pearl, deceased, sign and seal Will and heard him acknowledge the same to be his last Will and Testament. That the said Lawrence Pearl at the time of making, signing, and sealing said Will was of legal age and of sound and disposing mind and memory and under no undue or unlawful restraint whatsoever and that Martin V. Wood the other subscribed witness signed in my presence.
Signed: J. M. Weaver
Sworn to and subscribed in open Court this ___day of September AD 1873

Signed: D. C. Pinkerton
Probate Judge
The State of Ohio
Morgan County Probate Court

Personally appeared in open Court Martin V. Wood one of the subscribing witnesses to the last Will & Testament of Lawrence Pearl, deceased, who being duly sworn according to law to speak the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth in relation to the execution of said Will deports and says that the paper before him purporting to be the last Will & Testament of Lawrence Pearl now deceased is the Will of said deceased Lawrence Pearl and that he was present at the execution of said Will at the request of the Testator subscribing his name to the same as a witness in his presence and that he heard him acknowledge the same to be his last Will & Testament, that the said Lawrence Pearl at the time of making, signing and sealing said Will was of legal age and of sound and disposing mind and memory and under no undue or unlawful restraint whatsoever.

Signed by: Martin V. Wood (his mark)

Sworn to and subscribed in open Court this 20th day of September AD 1873.

Lawrence Pearl ) David C. Pinkerton, Probate Judge
Will of ) September 20, 1873

The Will of Lawrence Pearl deceased was this day brought before the Court and duly proven by the oaths of J. M. Weaver and Martin V. Wood the subscribing witnesses to the same whose testimony in relation to the execution of said Will was reduced to writing subscribed and sworn to in open Court.

Ordered by the Court that the Will and proof thereof so reduced to writing be filed and recorded.
Signed: D. C. Pinkerton, Judge

Administrator's or Executor's Accounts
James P. Longstreth, Executor of the Estate of Lawrence Pearl - Final Account - Said Executor charges himself as follows:
To: Balance in hands of said Executor at date of last settlement: Debit: $ 311.89
To 2/3 Rent of Farm from 10/23/73 to 10/23/74 - 53.33-1/3
To 2/3 Rent of Farm from 11/1/74 to 4/1/76 $94.44-2/3
To 2/3 Rent of Farm from 4/1/76 to 4/1/77 $66.66-2/3
To 2/3 Rent of Farm from 4/1/77 to 4/1/78 $66.66-2/3
To 2/3 Rent of Farm from 4/1/78 to 4/1/79 $66.66-2/3
To 2/3 Rent of Farm from 4/1/79 to 4/1/80 $66.66-2/3
To 2/3 Rent of Farm from 4/1/80 to 4/1/81 $56.66-2/3
To 2/3 Rent of Farm from 4/1/81 to 4/1/82 $36.66-2/3
Total Debits: $819.56

Said executor claims credits as follows:
To wit:

By Amount paid to the following :
1. John J. Pearl, $ 1.35
2. John Gossman, $ 1.35
3. Lawrence Pearl, $1.35
4. Catherine Brecht, $ 1.35
5. Ruth Deaver, $ 1.35
6. Francis X. Pearl, $ 1.35
7. W. A. Pearl, $ 1.35
8. Heirs of S. A. Deaver, $ 1.35
9. Susanna Gossman, $41.05
10. John Gossman, $ 8.36
11. Mary Springer, $48.36
12. John Gossman, $21.33
13. John Gossman, $63.72
14. John Gossman, $20.05
15. J. M. Stanbery, $ 3.00
16. Henry Martin, $10.94
17. Joseph Barryhouse?, $ 2.50
18. Mary Springer, $2.35
19. Mary Springer, $ 2.66
20. John Gossman, $21.32
21. Catherine Brecht, $25.98
22. Anthony Diss, $45.33
23. Heirs of S. A. Deaver, $25.98
24. Eleanor Longstreth, $45.33
25. F. X. Pearl, $25.98
26. Ruth Deaver, $25.98
27. Lawrence Pearl, $25.98
28. John J. Pearl, $25.98
29. J. M. Ebbert-repairs on farm, $33.16
30. Wm. F. Ball, repairs on farm, $30.30
31. H. C. James, repairs on farm, $33.50
32. W. A. Pearl, $25.98
33. Townsend Bro. Tombstone for deceased, omitted by mistake at last settlement, $25.00
34. Taxes omitted by last settlement, $ 6.28
35. Taxes paid, $ 7.36
36. Taxes Paid, $ 7.19
37. Taxes paid, $7.19
38. Taxes Paid, $6.82
39. Taxes Paid, $9.37
40. Taxes Paid, $7.05
41. Taxes Paid, $14.67
42. Taxes Paid, $10.03
43. Taxes Paid, $ 6.06
44. Taxes Paid, $7.45
45. Taxes Paid, $12.58
46. Taxes Paid, $5.43
47. Printers Fees, $ 1.??
48. Auctioneers & Appraisers Fees, $13.75

Totals: Debit $819.56 -- Credit $773.57

Some of the heirs, mentioned in Box 144 in the Court House were: Catharine Brecht and Vincent Brecht, Laurence Pearl and Rebecca Pearl of Brownville, Nebraska, F. X. Pearl, Susannah Gossman and John Gossman, Eleanor Longstreth and James P. Longstreth, Mary Diss and Anthony Diss, Mary Springer (probably daughter of Elizabeth Springer), Reuben and Ruth Deaver, Francis X. Pearl and Sarah M. Pearl, T.(H?) T. Deaver*, Martha Appleman, Minerva Weiner, Mary A. Potts, Matilda Deaver, and Mary A. Deaver, William P. Appleman, John Weiner, and Francis Deaver.
NOTE:*Don't have any idea who this is.

In the box also, there was a slip which said - Joseph Pearl was a son and heir of Laurence Pearl and that he has been absent from the State of Ohio for more than 18 years and hasn't been heard from and is believed to be dead.* 27 Jan. 1883. There was also Wm. A. Pearl and Elizabeth Pearl.
There was a note which said that Laurence Pearl owed Mrs. Soloman Gossman for 20 lbs. of flour. Signed by Lnigilla (sp.?) Gossman.
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Someone who is related to Alexander Pearl back in Md. sent my cousin a bunch of things. There were 2 letters of real interest, however, it turned out to be a dead end. One was to a Mrs. Harrison W. Pearl, 17 Bartlett Ave., Belmont, Mass. from Mrs.
Joe B. Pearl, Route 2, Rogers, Ark., dated May 31, 1954:

Dear Mrs. Pearl:

This is in answer to your letter of May 19 on which you request information about my husband's family. My husband's name is Joe Bernard Pearl. He was born in Caldwell, Kansas, Mar. 26, 1907. His father was Charles Albert Pearl. He was born Jan. 13, 1970 at Junction City, Kansas*. I don't know his mother's date of birth. Her maiden name is Emma Willett. Both parents are dead. The family home is in El Reno, Okla. The husband has two brothers and a sister living. They are of English & French ancestry. An uncle George S. Pearl compiled a genealogy of the family several years ago. I don't know if he completed it or not. He died several years ago. His widow lives in Fort Worth, Texas. You might be able to get some information from her. Hope this meager information will be of some help to you. If there is anything else I can do for you please let me know.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Joe B. Pearl (Mrs. Mary)
The above letter & letter below were written by Sylvia Pearl Inman's relative.
*He was born in Ohio, not Kansas.
Sylvia I called George S. Pearl, Jr. who lives in Dallas, Texas. He said he knows nothing of his father compiling a genealogy of the Pearl family & said he knows nothing of the lineage. You could tell he wasn't interested either. That darn well may be because of the black there. Have you ever contacted him or any of his siblings or did you know anything about this? We have been very stuck on getting anything else. Have you talked to Patricia this year.

Here is the other letter:

Letter dated Sep. 28, 1933, from James Pearl, 3700 Lake Park, Ave., Chicago, Illinois to Mrs. Florence Fender Binkley, 1120 W. 40 St., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma:

Dear Mrs. Binckley:
You may recall that when you were here I claimed to have had a record of Lawrence Pearl and that I failed to produce it.
I found the record in the letter of one of my correspondents quite accidentally dating back to 1925.
He had met a Charles A. Pearl in Portland, Oregon at that time, who was a grandson of Lawrence Pearl of Morgan Co., Ohio who said Lawrence was born in East Virginia*.
Whether by that he used the word East to distinguish from West Virginia is of course unknown to me.
Your letter mentions Lawrence as having been born in Greene Co., Pa. This Charles A. Pearl may have the records you seek.
Kindly let me have your complete family record as far back as possible at your earliest convenience. Omit nothing.
Sincerely yours
*Lawrence was born in Frederick Co., MD. His daughter Susannah was born in Frederick Co., MD & son Joseph was probably born there also. He was married in Montgomery Co., MD and
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History of Green Co., Pa., 1682-1781 and Biography & Recollection of Rev. Wm. Hanna, published 1882 found in the Western Room at the Washington Co. Free Library in Hagerstown, Maryland, reference 974.88H

Greene Co. was part of Washington Co. until February 9, 1796. After that, Greene Co. had these townships: Morgan and Cumberland organized in July, 1781; Franklin, July 16, 1787; Greene, April, 1782; Richhill, March 13, 1793. Since then, these have been sub-divided into Jefferson, Morris, Aleppo, Dunkard, Monongahela, Springhill, Jackson, Gilmore, Center, Marion, Washington, Wayne, Whiteley, and Perry.
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1820 Census, Greene Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, Roll #98, pg.354 (next to last sheet on roll):
Perl, Laurence
1 free colored male under 14 - Joseph
1 free colored male 26-45 - Lawrence
3 free colored females under 14 - Susannah, Jr., Sarah, Eleanor
1 free colored female 26-45 - Susannah, Sr.

1830 Census, Whitely Twp., Greene Co., Pennsylvania, Roll #162, pg.162:
Perrill, Lawrence
1 free colored male 36-55 - Lawrence
1 free colored male 10-24 - Joseph
1 free white female 30-40 - Susannah
4 free colored females under 10 - Catherine, Ruth, Mary, Elizabeth
3 free colored females 10-24 - Susannah, Sarah, Eleanor

1840 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #417, pg. 239B:
Pearl, Lawrence
White males:
3 under age of 5 - John, William, Francis
2 between ages 5 & 10 - Lawrence, Jr. & Benedict
1 between ages 20 & 30 - Joseph
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Lawrence, Sr.
White females:
2 between ages 10 & 15- Elizabeth & Mary
3 between ages 15 & 20 - Ruth, Catherine & Eleanor
2 between ages 20 & 30 - Sarah & Susannah, Jr.
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Susannah, Sr.
2 persons engaged in agriculture

1850 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #715, pg.77B, Dwelling #294, Family #503, dated 18 September 1850:
Pearl, Lawrence, m, 57, farmer, $1,000, MD
Susanna, wife, f, 55, can't read, MD
Catherine, dau, f, 27, can't read, PA
Mary, dau, f, 23, can't read, PA
Elizabeth, dau, f, 21, PA
Benedict, son, m, 18(20), PA
Lawrence, son, m, 17, PA
John James, son, 14, attends school, PA
William A., son, m, 12(13), attends school, PA(OH)
Francis, son, m, 10, attends school, PA(OH)

Next door to Lawrence & Margaret is Affadilla DEAVER. She was the second wife of Reuben H. Deaver, the father of Henry T. & Reuben H. Deaver Jr., who married Lawrences's daughter's, Sarah Ann & Ruth, respectively. Affadilla Deaver is listed in the Directory of Underground Railway Operators (http://www.ugrr.org/ur-names.htm). From Deaver researchers Larry Warren & Leslie Maynard: Affadilla, was born Feb. 22, 1808 in Maine, the d/o Nathan and Lyda (Weeks) Moody, who moved to Ohio when Affadilla was nine years old. She married Reuben Deaver Aug 1828 and later was an underground railway agent and abolitionist. The route was known as #9 escape route and started at the Ohio River and converged with routes at Coshocton and then to Canada. Affadilla Moody died Mar 11, 1876 in Morgan County, OH. She is buried at Black Oak Cemetery in Morgan County.

1860 Census, Deavertown P.O., York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #1016, Dwelling #2034, Family #1896, Dated 4 August 1860, pg. 282, line __:
Pearl, Lawrence, wm, 68, farmer, $1800, $400, MD
Margaret, 2nd wife, wf, 55, MD
*Francis H., wm, 20, farm hand, OH
**Welch, John, wm, 14, OH
*Francis X. --His middle name is Xavier.
**John Welch is Margaret's son by her previous marriage.

In the 1870 census, Margaret, then widowed, is listed with the John James Pearl family. In the 1880 Census Margaret is listed with P. (James P.) Longstreth & Ellen (Eleanore) Pearl Longstreth. These censuses follow below.

1870 Census, Ohio, York Twp., Morgan Co., Fam.22, pg.253, Dated 11 Aug. 1870:
Pearl, John J., wm, 34, farmer, $1,800, $500, PA
Sarah E., wife, wf, 30, keeps house, DEL
Francis*, son, wm, 6, attends school, WIS
Mary L., dau., wf, 4, WIS
Ella A., dau., wf, 8 mos., OH
Margaret Pearl**, wf, 75**, infirmed at home, MD
*His name is Franklin on other censuses.
**This is Lawrence Pearl's 2nd wife. Her age is 55 in the 1860 Census. Not sure which is correct? See
Lawrence's notes for the 1860 Census.

1880 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1057, ED206, p.20, l.23, Dwelling #140, Family #149, Dated 16 June 1880:
*Longstreth, P., wm, 60, farmer, OH,PA,PA
**Ellen, wife, wf, keeping house, 59(60?), PA,PA(MD),PA(MD)
Susan E., dau., wf, 34, dressmaker, OH,OHPA
Francis, son, wm, 31, farm hand, OH,OH,PA
Sylvester, son, wm, 27, coal miner, OH,OH,PA
Alva J., son, wm, 24, farm hand, OH,OH,PA
Charles A., son, wm, 18, OH,OH,PA
Lillie C., dau., wf, 14, OH,OH,PA
#Pearl, Margret, wf, 90?, boarder, MD,MD,MD
*His first name is James. It is James P. Longstreth
**Her name is Eleanor.
#2nd wife & widow of Lawrence Pearl. Elsewhere else we have her birth-year given as 1808.
NOTE: On the 1880 FHL Film 1255057 National Archives Film T9-1057, Pg.107D it shows "J. P." Longstreth. On the above census it just showed "P.".

Noted events in his life were:

Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 28 Aug 1792.

Will: Filed at Morgan Co., Ohio Court House, page 129 & 130.

Census: 1840. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1820. Greene Twp., Greene Co., Pa.

Census: 1830. Whitely Twp., Greene Co., Pa.

Census: 1850. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1860. Deavertown P.O., York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Lawrence married Susannah Nichols on 4 Oct 1814 in Montgomery Co., Maryland. Susannah was born on 14 Oct 1796 in Montgomery Co.(?), Maryland, died on 23 Feb 1852 in Deavertown, Morgan Co., Ohio, at age 55, and was buried in Feb 1852 in St. Barnabas Cem., Deavertown, Morgan Co., Ohio.

Noted events in their marriage were:

Marriage Record: 4 Oct 1814. In the keeping of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Montgomery Co., Maryland. Lawrence Pearl's name is spelled Laurence Pearen and Susannah's is written as Susanah Nicholls. This was copied from the original and the original may have been hard to read.?

Marriage Record: 4 Oct 1814. In the keeping of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Montgomery Co., Maryland. Lawrence Pearl's name is spelled Laurence Pearen and Susannah's is written as Susanah Nicholls. This was copied from the original and the original may have been hard to read.?

Noted events in her life were:

Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 14 Oct 1796. Maryland

Children from this marriage were:

+ 2 M    i. Joseph Pearl was born about 1815 in Probably Frederick Co., MD and died on 19 Jan 1884 in York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, about age 69.

+ 3 F    ii. Susannah Elizabeth Pearl was born on 8 Feb 1817 in Frederick Co., Maryland, died on 28 May 1895 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, at age 78, and was buried in May 1895 in Church Of Atonement Cemetery.

+ 4 F    iii. Sarah Ann Pearl was born BET 17 AND 27 JAN 1819 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, died on 22 Feb 1852 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio, about age 1845, and was buried in Feb 1852 in St. Francis Of Assisi Church Cemetery, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio.

+ 5 F    iv. Eleanor Pearl was born on 12 May 1820 in Greene Co., PA, died on 22 Nov 1898 in McLuney, Perry Co., OH, at age 78, and was buried in Nov 1898 in St. Dominic Cemetery, Mcluney, Perry Co., OH.

+ 6 F    v. Catherine Pearl was born in 1823 in Greene Co., Pennsylvania, died BET 14 AND 18 NOV 1886 in Section 19, Florence Twp., Norway, Benton Co., Iowa, and was buried in St. Michael's Cemetery, Norway, Benton Co., Iowa.

+ 7 F    vi. Ruth Pearl was born in 1825 in Greene Co., PA and died on 27 Feb 1897 in Alexandria Cemetery, Thayer County, NE, at age 72.

+ 8 F    vii. Mary Pearl was born in 1827 in Greene Co., Pennsylvania and died between 1870 and 1880 in Ohio?, about age 43.

+ 9 F    viii. Elizabeth Pearl was born in 1829 in Greene Co., Pennsylvania, died on 30 Sep 1864 in Zanesville, Muskingum Co., Ohio, at age 35, and was buried in St. Thomas Catholic Church Cemetery, Zanesville, Ohio.

   10 M    ix. Benedict Pearl was born on 28 Aug 1830 in Greene Co., PA, died on 10 Jan 1857 in Perry Co., OH, at age 26, and was buried on 12 Jan 1857 in St. Dominic Cemetery, Mcluney, Harrison Twp. Perry Co., OH.

Benedict married Catherine after Nov 1850 in Probably Perry Co., Ohio.

   11 M    x. Lawrence Pearl Jr. was born on 23 Feb 1834 in Greene Co., PA, died on 31 Jan 1900 in Alexandria, Thayer Co., NE, at age 65, and was buried in 1900 in Alexandria, Thayer Co., NE.

Lawrence married Rebecca . Rebecca died after 20 Sep 1883 in Brownsville, Nemaha Co., NE and was buried in Alexandria, Thayer Co., NE.

+ 12 M    xi. John James Pearl was born on 8 Mar 1836 in Greene Co., Pennsylvania, died on 27 Mar 1923 in Shawnee, Perry Co., OH, at age 87, and was buried on 30 Mar 1923 in St. Patrick Cemetery, Junction City, OH.

+ 13 M    xii. William Andrew Pearl was born on 18 Mar 1837 in Morgan Co., OH, died on 8 Aug 1918 in Elreno, Canadian Co., OK, at age 81, and was buried in Aug 1918 in Catholic Cemetery In Elreno, OK.

+ 14 M    xiii. Francis Xavier Pearl was born on 11 May 1840 in Morgan Co., OH, died on 13 Apr 1925 in Hebron, Thayer Co., NE, at age 84, and was buried on 15 Apr 1925 in Hebron Cemetery, Hebron, Thayer Co., NE.

Lawrence next married Margaret Marshall Welch on 14 Oct 1852. Margaret was born about 1805 in Maryland.

Children from this marriage were:

   15 M    i. John R. Welch was born about 1845.

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2. Joseph Pearl was born about 1815 in Probably Frederick Co., MD and died on 19 Jan 1884 in York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, about age 69.

General Notes: Joseph was probably born in Frederick Co., Maryland.
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Joseph Pearl left Ohio and moved to Missouri in 1850. He apparently moved back to Ohio at some point in his life. He could not be located at the time of his father, Lawrence's, death and was presumed dead, but he turned up later in Ohio, as there is a death record for him in Morgan County. Also, it looks like it is Joseph on the 1850 and 1860 Ohio censuses shown below.
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Settlement of Estate of Joseph Pearl, deceased, in Morgan County. Hearing on settlement Tuesday, September 8th, 1885.
NOTICE OF APPRAISEMENT
ESTATE of Joseph Pearl, DECEASED. Notice is hereby given that an inventory and appraisement of the Estate and Property of Joseph Pearl late of Morgan County, deceased, will be taken at the court house in Morgan Township, on the 16th day of February 1884 commencing at 10 o'clock a.m. and continuing from day to day until completed.
Date this 25th day of January 1884.
Signed: William Blenw
Administrator.

The State of Ohio, Morgan County, ss.
William Blen____* on the estate of Joseph Pearl deceased, makes oath that copies of the above notice were posted up in two of the most public places in York Township, in which the deceased last dwelt, on the 25th day of January, A.D. 1884, and that Susannah Gossman and Eleanor Longstreth who reside in Morgan County, were duly notified of the time and place of making such Inventory and Appraisement, not less than five days previous therein.
Signed: William Blenw

Sworn and subscribed in this 16th day of February 1884.
Signed: _____________*
*Can't make out his name. Probate Judge

ADMINISTRATOR'S OR EXECUTOR'S ACCOUNTS

William Blenw, Administrator of the Estate of Joseph Pearl Deceased
In account with said Estate Final Account
Said Administrator charges himself as follows:
To Account received from Wm. Taylor, Sheriff as the distributive ____ of Joseph Pearl out of the proceeds arising from the sale of lands in partition, in Case of James P. Longstreth, Executor of the Will of Lawrence Pearl--against--Susannah Gossman et al -- $99.68

To Cash received from James P. Longstreth on Note -- $64.00.
Total -- $163.68

Said Administrator claims the following:
1884 Credits to wit:
Feb. 16, By cash paid Appraiser Voucher 1 $3.00
" " " " " Probate Judge " 2 7.46
Dec. 20 " Taxes " 3 2.01
Dec. 1885 & June 1886 (audit obtained) 3.41
1885 " " for June 1885 1.63
June 5 " Cash to J.R. Foulke for posting notice " 4 2.00
Administrator's Allowance 9.82
By Costs this Settlement " 5 4.68
Balance 129.67
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1841 Marriage Record, St. Francis Church, Chapel Hill, Ohio, August 13, 1841, Joseph Pearl and Anna Riley. Witnesses: Leats(?) Morgan and Catherine Thompson. Fr. Aegiding Olivetti officiated at their marriage.
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1820 Census, Greene Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, Roll #98, pg.354 (next to last sheet on roll):
Perl, Laurence
1 free colored male under 14 - Joseph
1 free colored male 26-45 - Lawrence
3 free colored females under 14 - Susannah, Jr., Sarah, Eleanor
1 free colored female 26-45 - Susannah, Sr.

1830 Census, Whitely Twp., Greene Co., Pennsylvania, Roll #162, pg.162:
Perrill, Lawrence
1 free colored male 36-55 - Lawrence
1 free colored male 10-24 - Joseph
1 free white female 30-40 - Susannah
4 free colored females under 10 - Catherine, Ruth, Mary, Elizabeth
3 free colored females 10-24 - Susannah, Sarah, Eleanor

1840 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #417, pg. 239B:
Pearl, Lawrence
White males:
3 under age of 5 - John, William, Francis
2 between ages 5 & 10 - Lawrence, Jr. & Benedict
1 between ages 20 & 30 - Joseph
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Lawrence, Sr.
White females:
2 between ages 10 & 15- Elizabeth & Mary
3 between ages 15 & 20 - Ruth, Catherine & Eleanor
2 between ages 20 & 30 - Sara

I think that this is our Joseph Pearl on the 1850 & 1860 censuses below but am not 100% sure. I haven't been able to find him in other censuses even though he didn't die until January 1884 :

1850 Census, OH, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Roll 719, Pg. 277, Line 1, 170/170, Nov. 13, 1950:
Parrel, Joseph, wm, 35, mechanic, PA
Mary Ann, wife, 26, OH
Sarah A., wf, 8, attends school, OH
Mary Parrel, wf, 3*, attends school, OH
Matthias, wm, 1, OH
Mary Ann Mercer, wf, 16, OH
Mary Ann can't read & write.
*Can't believe she is going to school.

1860 Census, OH, Lawrence Co., Ironton P.O, & Village, Roll 997, Pg.193, Line 25, 481/465:
Joseph Pearl, wm, 38, day laborer, PA
Mary Ann, wf, 30, OH
Mary, wf, 14, attends school, OH
Matthias, wm, 12, attends school, OH
M_______?, wf, 8, attends school, OH
Catherine, wf, 6, attends school, OH
Joseph, wm, 4 (twin), OH
Joseph, wm, 4 (twin), OH
Mary Ann can't read.
NOTE: Both children are named Joseph.

Joseph married Nancy Ann Riley on 13 Aug 1841.

Joseph next married Mary Ann Hiles about 1849.

Children from this marriage were:

   16 F    i. Martha Pearl was born on 28 Jan 1851 in Probably Missouri.

3. Susannah Elizabeth Pearl was born on 8 Feb 1817 in Frederick Co., Maryland, died on 28 May 1895 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, at age 78, and was buried in May 1895 in Church Of Atonement Cemetery.

General Notes: Church of the Atonement Cemetery Records: Gossman, Susannah, wife of John J. died 20 May 1895, age 79y, 3m,20d.

1820 Census, Greene Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, Roll #98, pg.354 (next to last sheet on roll):
Perl, Laurence
1 free colored male under 14 - Joseph
1 free colored male 26-45 - Lawrence
3 free colored females under 14 - Susannah, Jr., Sarah, Eleanor
1 free colored female 26-45 - Susannah, Sr.

1830 Census, Whitely Twp., Greene Co., Pennsylvania, Roll #162, pg.162:
Perrill, Lawrence
1 free colored male 36-55 - Lawrence
1 free colored male 10-24 - Joseph
1 free white female 30-40 - Susannah
4 free colored females under 10 - Catherine, Ruth, Mary, Elizabeth
3 free colored females 10-24 - Susannah, Sarah, Eleanor

1840 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #417, pg. 239B:
Pearl, Lawrence
White males:
3 under age of 5 - John, William, Francis
2 between ages 5 & 10 - Lawrence, Jr. & Benedict
1 between ages 20 & 30 - Joseph
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Lawrence, Sr.
White females:
2 between ages 10 & 15- Elizabeth & Mary
3 between ages 15 & 20 - Ruth, Catherine & Eleanor
2 between ages 20 & 30 - Sarah & Susannah, Jr.
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Susannah, Sr.
2 persons engaged in agriculture

1850 Census, OH, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Pgs. 274B & 275A, Lines 42 & 1, 148/148, 11 & 12 Nov. 1850:
Gosman, John J., head, wm, 29, farmer, mar., OH
Susanna E., wife, wf, 32, mar., MD
Matilda A., dau., wf, 7, attends school, OH
Mary M., dau., wf, 6, attends school, OH
Joseph A., son, wm, 4, attends school, OH
Susanna E., dau., wf, 3, OH
Martha E., dau., wf, 4 mos., OH
John & Susanna can't read or write.

1860 Census, Ohio, Deavertown, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1016, pg.539 (lst half) house #2159, l.13, dated 9 August 1860:
Gossman, John, m, 40, farmer, $3,000, $600, OH
Susannah, wife, f, 42(43), OH(MD)
Matilda A., dau, f, 17, domestic, OH
Mary, dau, f, 15, OH
Joseph, son, m, 12, OH
Susannah, dau, f, 10, OH
Martha E., dau, f, 9, OH
John, son, m, 7, OH
Francis A., son, m, 5, OH
Vincent, son, m, 3, OH
Agathy, dau, f, 2, OH

Susannah married John James Gossman on 7 Jan 1842 in Deavertown, Morgan Co., Ohio. John was born on 30 Nov 1820 in Deavertown, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 11 Dec 1910 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, at age 90, and was buried on 13 Dec 1910 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry. The cause of his death was stroke.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1860. Ohio,Morgan Co.,York Twp.

Census: 1860. Deavertown P.O., York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1870. Ohio,Morgan Co.,York Twp.

Census: 1880. Ohio,Morgan Co.,York Twp.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 17 F    i. Matilda Agatha "Tillie" Gossman was born on 3 Feb 1843 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 31 Mar 1931 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 88, and was buried in Apr 1931 in St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery, Row 2, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH.

+ 18 F    ii. Mary Magdelene Gossman was born on 21 May 1844 in OH and died between 1875 and 1876 in Probably Morgan Co., OH, about age 31.

+ 19 M    iii. Joseph Andrew Gossman was born on 8 Mar 1846 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio.

+ 20 F    iv. Susannah E. (Ann) Gossman was born on 27 Dec 1848 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 5 Aug 1925 in Norway Or Fairfax, Benton Co., Iowa, at age 76, and was buried in Aug 1925 in Iowa.

+ 21 F    v. Martha Eleanor Gossman was born on 13 Jan 1850 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 27 Jan 1931 in Normal, Mclean Co., Illinois, at age 81, and was buried on 29 Jan 1931 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Mclean Co., Illinois.

+ 22 M    vi. John William Gossman was born on 12 Dec 1851 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 1 Dec 1922 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 70, and was buried in Dec 1922 in Church Of Atonement Cemetery, Perry Co., Ohio.

+ 23 M    vii. Francis Andrew Gossman was born on 30 Apr 1854 in Rose Farm. Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 5 May 1912 in Viking, Alberta, Canada, at age 58, and was buried in May 1912 in Viking Cemetery, Viking, Alberta, Canada.

+ 24 M    viii. Vincent Charles Gossman was born BET 24 AND 25 MAR 1856 in Rose Farm, Morgan County, Ohio, died on 19 May 1932 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, about age 1928, and was buried on 21 May 1932 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio.

+ 25 F    ix. Agatha Veronica Gossman was born on 27 Mar 1858 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 14 Jan 1937 at Her Home In Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 78, and was buried in 1937 in Church Of Atonement Cemetey, Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio.

4. Sarah Ann Pearl was born BET 17 AND 27 JAN 1819 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, died on 22 Feb 1852 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio, about age 1845, and was buried in Feb 1852 in St. Francis Of Assisi Church Cemetery, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio.

General Notes: Sarah Ann Pearl was baptized Sara Ann Perrell on 17 November 1819, at St. Patrick's Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylania, by Rev. Wm. F.X. O'Brien, Pastor. Sponsors: Stacey Hoy and Catherine Cain.
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Tombstone Record has SARAH A. - Wife of HENRY T. DEAVER - Died - Feb. 22, 1852.
St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery, Row 3: Deaver, Sarah A. (Ann Pearl), d. Feb. 22, 1852, w/o Henry T. Deaver.
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On the marriage record Sarah's name is spelled Sarah Ann Perril.

Children: We have been unable to locate this family in the 1850 census, which would name the children. Lawrence Pearl, Sr.'s Will simply states "equal division among the children" and the settlement statements say "children of S. A. Deaver". A letter from the Morgan County, Ohio Genealogical Society lists the following as heirs of Lawrence, info from Box 144, presumably children of Sara and Henry Deaver: Martha and William P. Appleman, Francis and Matilda Deaver, Minerva Weiner, John Heines (? or Weiner?), T.T. (or T.H.?) Deaver, Mary A. Deaver, Mary A. Potts. Neither have we found, except for Martha, with whom these children were living in 1860. Martha is listed with her aunt and uncle, Elizabeth and Bartholemew Springer. It is possible that Henry T. Deaver had not yet entered the Civil War and was making a home for his children.

After much research, we still haven't found a T.T. (or T.H.? Deaver, or a Mary A. Deaver, presumably his wife. It is likely that T.T. (T.H.) was the first born of Sarah and Henry T. Deaver. This can't be true since he isn't listed on the 1850 Census. Whoever that is was still alive when Lawrence died in 1868.
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1820 Census, Greene Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, Roll #98, pg.354 (next to last sheet on roll):
Perl, Laurence
1 free colored male under 14 - Joseph
1 free colored male 26-45 - Lawrence
3 free colored females under 14 - Susannah, Jr., Sarah, Eleanor
1 free colored female 26-45 - Susannah, Sr.

1830 Census, Whitely Twp., Greene Co., Pennsylvania, Roll #162, pg.162:
Perrill, Lawrence
1 free colored male 36-55 - Lawrence
1 free colored male 10-24 - Joseph
1 free white female 30-40 - Susannah
4 free colored females under 10 - Catherine, Ruth, Mary, Elizabeth
3 free colored females 10-24 - Susannah, Sarah, Eleanor

1840 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #417, pg. 239B:
Pearl, Lawrence
White males:
3 under age of 5 - John, William, Francis
2 between ages 5 & 10 - Lawrence, Jr. & Benedict
1 between ages 20 & 30 - Joseph
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Lawrence, Sr.
White females:
2 between ages 10 & 15- Elizabeth & Mary
3 between ages 15 & 20 - Ruth, Catherine & Eleanor
2 between ages 20 & 30 - Sarah & Susannah, Jr.
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Susannah, Sr.
2 persons engaged in agriculture

1850 Census, Perry Twp., Bearfield Twp., Roll 719, Pg.276, Line 33, 168/168, Nov. 13, 1850:
Henry T. Deaver, male, 27, merchant?, OH
Sarah A., female, 30, PA
Martha, female, 5, attends school, OH
Francis, male, 4, attends school, OH
Minerva, female, 1, OH
Benedict Pearl*, male, 17, laborer, PA
*Brother of Sarah Ann.

Sarah married Henry Tillman Deaver , son of Unknown and Unknown , on 27 Dec 1842 in Morgan Co., Ohio. Henry was born on 10 Mar 1822 in Deavertown, Morgan Co., Ohio, died BET 4 AND 6 OCT 1863 in Chattanooga, Hamilton, Co., Tennessee (Civil War), and was buried in Oct 1863 in National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee. The cause of his death was heart Disease.

Noted events in his life were:

Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 10 Mar 1822.

27 Dec. 1842: Vol. 2,1840-1865, Morgan Co.Marriage Records

Occupation: Carpenter

Children from this marriage were:

+ 26 F    i. Martha E. Deaver was born on 14 May 1844 in Chapel Hill, Perry County, Ohio.

+ 27 M    ii. Francis F. Deaver Sr. was born in Jun 1846 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio.

+ 28 F    iii. Minerva Ann Deaver was born on 17 Jun 1848 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio, died on 21 Aug 1900 in Perry Co., Ohio, at age 52, and was buried in Aug 1900 in Chapel Hill Cemetery, Chapel Hill, Ohio.

+ 29 F    iv. Mary Ann "Molly" Deaver was born on 17 Aug 1851 in Deavertown, Perry Co., Ohio, died on 29 Jun 1916 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 64, and was buried on 1 Jul 1916 in St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH.

5. Eleanor Pearl was born on 12 May 1820 in Greene Co., PA, died on 22 Nov 1898 in McLuney, Perry Co., OH, at age 78, and was buried in Nov 1898 in St. Dominic Cemetery, Mcluney, Perry Co., OH. The cause of her death was paralysis.

General Notes: New Lexington Tribune, Thursday, 20 January 1898: Mrs. J. P. Longstreth, of McLuney, is in a critical condition from a stroke of paralysis.
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Eleanore Pearl Longstreth is buried in St. Dominic Cemetery, McLuney, Perry Co., Ohio. St. Dominic Cemetery Records give 26 Nov. 1820, as her birth date: Pearl, Eleanor, w/o James T. (P.) b. 26 Nov. 1820, d. 22 Nov. 1898, aged 77y, llm, 26d. NOTE: The birth & death dates do not figure to 77y, 11m, 26 days.
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Perry County, Ohio, Death Record, page 221, states the following:
Longstreth, Eleanor, female, white, married, died 11-22-98, age 78yrs., 6 months, 10 days, died McLuney, Ohio, born Green County, Pa., housewife, died of paralysis, Ledger & page #3-143.

Eleanor Pearl Longstreth's parents were both born in Maryland, we believe, at least Lawrence and Susannah (Nichols) Pearl were married in Montgomery Co., Maryland.
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1820 Census, Greene Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, Roll #98, pg.354 (next to last sheet on roll):
1820 Census, Greene Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania, Roll #98, pg.354 (next to last sheet on roll):
Perl, Laurence
1 free colored male under 14 - Joseph
1 free colored male 26-45 - Lawrence
3 free colored females under 14 - Susannah, Jr., Sarah, Eleanor
1 free colored female 26-45 - Susannah, Sr.

1830 Census, Whitely Twp., Greene Co., Pennsylvania, Roll #162, pg.162:
Perrill, Lawrence
1 free colored male 36-55 - Lawrence
1 free colored male 10-24 - Joseph
1 free white female 30-40 - Susannah
4 free colored females under 10 - Catherine, Ruth, Mary, Elizabeth
3 free colored females 10-24 - Susannah, Sarah, Eleanor

1840 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #417, pg. 239B:
Pearl, Lawrence
White males:
3 under age of 5 - John, William, Francis
2 between ages 5 & 10 - Lawrence, Jr. & Benedict
1 between ages 20 & 30 - Joseph
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Lawrence, Sr.
White females:
2 between ages 10 & 15- Elizabeth & Mary
3 between ages 15 & 20 - Ruth, Catherine & Eleanor
2 between ages 20 & 30 - Sarah & Susannah, Jr.
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Susannah, Sr.
2 persons engaged in agriculture

1850 Census, OH, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Roll 719, Pg.274B, Line 8, 142/142, Nov. 11, 1850:
James P. Longstreth, m, 30, farmer, $800, OH
Elenor, f, 29, PA
Peter, m, 5, attends school, OH
Susanna E., f, 4, attends school, OH
Philip J., m, 2, OH
Eleanor & James can't read or write.

1860 Census, Ohio, McLuney Station, P.O., Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1022, pg.195, l.35-37; pg.196, l. l-7, Dwelling #584, Family #597, Dated 17 July 1860:
Longstreth, James, wm, 40, farmer, $2500, $2085, OH
Eleanor, wife, wf, 39(40?) (can't read?), PA
Peter, son, wm, 15, attends school, OH
Susannah, daughter, wf, 13, attends school, OH
Philip, son, wm, 11, attends school, OH
Francis, son, wm, 10, attends school, OH
John, son, wm, 8, attends school, OH
Sylvester, son, wm, 7, attends school, OH
Thomas, son, wm, 5, attends school, OH
Alvah, son, wm, 4, OH
Stephen, son, wm, 3, OH
Margaret, dau, wm, 3 months, OH

1870 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1255, pg.17,l.14,Dwelling & Family #124, Dated 30 July 1870:
Longstreth, James P., wm, 50, farmer, $4500, $1050, OH
Eleanor, wife, wf, 49(50?), PA
Susannah, dau., wf, 23, attends school, OH
Francis, son, wm, 21, attends school & works on farm, OH
Sylvester, son, wm, 17, attends school & works on farm, OH
Alvah, son, wm, 14, attends school & works on farm, OH
Charles, son, wm, 9, attends school, OH
*Lilly C.(?), dau., wf, 4, OH
*Sally C. in 1880 Census.

1880 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1057, ED206, p.20, l.23, Dwelling #140, Family #149, Dated 16 June 1880:
*Longstreth, P., wm, 60, farmer, OH,PA,PA
**Ellen, wife, wf, keeping house, 59(60?), PA,PA(MD),PA(MD)
Susan E., dau., wf, 34, dressmaker, OH,OHPA
Francis, son, wm, 31, farm hand, OH,OH,PA
Sylvester, son, wm, 27, coal miner, OH,OH,PA
Alva J., son, wm, 24, farm hand, OH,OH,PA
Charles A., son, wm, 18, OH,OH,PA
Lillie C., dau., wf, 14, OH,OH,PA
#Pearl, Margret, wf, 90?, boarder, MD,MD,MD
*His first name is James. It is James P. Longstreth
**Her name is Eleanor.
#2nd wife & widow of Lawrence Pearl. Elsewhere else we have her birth-year given as 1808.
NOTE: On the 1880 FHL Film 1255057 National Archives Film T9-1057, Pg.107D it shows "J. P." Longstreth. On the above census it just showed "P.".

Medical Notes: She had a stroke in January of 1898.

Eleanor married James P. Longstreth on 18 Feb 1844 in Morgan Co., OH. James was born on 3 Mar 1820 in Morgan Co., OH, died on 30 Aug 1902 in McLuney, Perry Co., OH, at age 82, and was buried in Sep 1902 in St. Dominic Cemetery, Mcluney, Perry Co., OH. The cause of his death was old age.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1860. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1870. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Children from this marriage were:

+ 30 M    i. Peter Longstreth was born in Nov 1844 in Perry County?, OH, died in 1936 in Perry Co., OH, at age 92, and was buried in 1936 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

   31 F    ii. Susannah E. Longstreth was born in Mar 1846 in Somerset, Reading Twp., Perry County, Ohio and died after 1930 in Probably Hebron, Thayer Co., Neb, after age 84.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1860. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1870. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1900. Corning Inc.Vill.,Monroe Twp.,Perry Co.,Ohio

   32 M    iii. Philip J. Longstreth was born about 1847 in Perry Co., Ohio.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1860. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Philip married Hattie Ross on 15 Apr 1875.

   33 M    iv. Francis "Frank" Longstreth was born in Feb 1849 in Perry Co.?, Ohio and died after 1930 in Probably Hebron, Thayer Co., Neb, after age 81.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1860. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1870. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

   34 M    v. John J. Longstreth was born about 1851, died on 2 Oct 1864 in Perry Co., Ohio, about age 13, and was buried in Oct 1864 in St. Dominic Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohioo.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1860. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

+ 35 M    vi. Sylvester Longstreth was born on 16 Jul 1852 in Perry Co.?, Ohio, died on 19 Jun 1909 in Perry Co., Ohio, at age 56, and was buried in Jun 1909 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

   36 M    vii. Thomas Longstreth was born about 19 Jan 1854 in Perry Co.?, Ohio, died on 23 Sep 1864 in Perry Co., Ohio, about age 10, and was buried in Sep 1864 in St. Dominic's Cemetery, Mcluney, Harrison Twp. Perry Co., Ohio.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1860. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

+ 37 M    viii. Alva James Longstreth was born on 3 Mar 1856 in McLuney, Perry Co., OH, died on 20 Sep 1932 in Crooksville, Perry Co., OH 43731, at age 76, and was buried in Sep 1932 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

   38 M    ix. Stephen T. Longstreth was born on 26 Sep 1857, died on 18 Nov 1862 in Perry Co., Ohio, at age 5, and was buried in Nov 1862 in St. Dominic's Cemetery, Mcluney, Harrison Twp. Perry Co., Ohio.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1860. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

   39 F    x. Margaret Longstreth was born in Apr 1860 in Perry Co., Ohio and died before 1870 in Probably Perry Co., OH, before age 10.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1860. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

+ 40 M    xi. Charles A. Longstreth was born in Oct 1861 in Perry Co.?, OH, died on 3 Nov 1947 in OH, at age 86, and was buried in Nov 1947 in Maplewood Cemetery, Ward 26, Lot 58-1/2, New Lexington, Perry Co., OH.

+ 41 F    xii. Lillian C. Longstreth was born on 24 Dec 1866 in McCluney, Perry Co., Ohio and died on 13 Sep 1933 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, at age 66.

6. Catherine Pearl was born in 1823 in Greene Co., Pennsylvania, died BET 14 AND 18 NOV 1886 in Section 19, Florence Twp., Norway, Benton Co., Iowa, and was buried in St. Michael's Cemetery, Norway, Benton Co., Iowa.

General Notes: On the marriage record it states Samuel Guy married Phebe Jane Pearl, however, relatives have indicated that Phebe Jane and Catherine Pearl are one and the same. No other record of a Phebe Jane was ever found.

St. Nicholas Catholic Church Records are stored at St. Thomas Catholic Church, Zanesville, Ohio, Barbara Greulich, Church Secretary's home address is 1726 Owens Street, Zanesville, Ohio 43701, phone 704-452-1052.

The obituary of son John Louis states that the Brecht family went to Iowa in 1879.
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1830 Census, Whitely Twp., Greene Co., Pennsylvania, Roll #162, pg.162:
Perrill, Lawrence
1 free colored male 36-55 - Lawrence
1 free colored male 10-24 - Joseph
1 free white female 30-40 - Susannah
4 free colored females under 10 - Catherine, Ruth, Mary, Elizabeth
3 free colored females 10-24 - Susannah, Sarah, Eleanor

1840 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #417, pg. 239B:
Pearl, Lawrence
White males:
3 under age of 5 - John, William, Francis
2 between ages 5 & 10 - Lawrence, Jr. & Benedict
1 between ages 20 & 30 - Joseph
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Lawrence, Sr.
White females:
2 between ages 10 & 15- Elizabeth & Mary
3 between ages 15 & 20 - Ruth, Catherine & Eleanor
2 between ages 20 & 30 - Sarah & Susannah, Jr.
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Susannah, Sr.
2 persons engaged in agriculture

1850 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #715, pg.77B, Dwelling #294, Family #503, dated 18 September 1850:
Pearl, Lawrence, m, 57, farmer, $1,000, MD
Susanna, wife, f, 55, can't read, MD
Catherine, dau, f, 27, can't read, PA
Mary, dau, f, 23, can't read, PA
Elizabeth, dau, f, 21, PA
Benedict, son, m, 18, PA
Lawrence, son, m, 17, PA
John James, son, 14, attends school, PA
William A., son, m, 12, attends school, PA
Francis, son, m, 10, attends school, PA

1860 Census, Ohio, Jefferson Twp., Muskingum County, Roll 1019, Pg.538, Line 30, Dwelling #627, Family #695, Dated_______ ______1860:
Breck, Vincent, wm, 33, factory hand, $600, $75, GER
Catherine, wife, wf, 37, cigar maker, can't read or write, PA
Elizabeth, dau, wf, 7, attends school, OH
Mary C., dau, wf, 6, attends school, OH
Sarah A., dau, wf, 3, OH
Francis W., son, wm, 1, OH

1870 Census, Ohio, Bearfield Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1255, Pg.22, Line 27, Dwelling & Family #174, Dated 9 Aug. 1870:
*Brecht, Vincent, wm, 45, farmer, $1500, $500, BAVARIA, both parents foreign born.
Catherine, wife, wf, 48, OH
Sarah, dau, wf, 13, OH
John, son, wm, 7, OH
Andrew, son, wm, 5, OH
* Both parents are foreign born.

1880 Census, Iowa, Benton Co., Florence Twp., Vol. 2, ED27, Sheet 10, Line 13:
Brecht, Vincent, wm, 54, Mar., farmer, BADEN,BADEN.BADEN*
Catherine, wife, wf, 57, Mar., keeping house, PA,PA,PA
Sarah, dau, wf, 21, single, at home, OH,GER,PA
Andrew, son, wm, 15, single, at home-attends school, OH,GER,PA
NOTE: Vincent and his parents were born in Baden, Germany.

Noted events in her life were:

Immigration: 1879. Moved from Ohio to Iowa

Catherine married Samuel W. Guy on 24 Mar 1841.

Catherine next married Vincent Brecht , son of Unknown and Unknown , on 25 Sep 1851 in St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Zanesville, Ohio. Vincent was born BET 16 AND 17 JUL 1825 in Rheinsheim, Baden, Germany, died on 3 Jun 1899 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa, about age 1893, and was buried in St. Michael's Cemetery, Norway, Benton Co., Iowa.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1860. Jefferson Twp., Muskingum Co.,Oh.

Census: 1870. Bearfield Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Children from this marriage were:

   42 F    i. Elizabeth Brecht was born between 1852 and 1853 in Ohio.

Elizabeth married Linus Horwedel on 27 Jan 1889 in Perry County, Ohio.

   43 F    ii. Mary C. Brecht was born between 1853 and 1854 in Ohio and died before 1870 in Probably Muskingum Co. Or Perry Co., Ohio, about age 17.

   44 M    iii. Francis W. Brecht was born in 1859 in Ohio, died on 1 Nov 1862 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 3, and was buried in Nov 1862 in St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery, Row 3, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH.

+ 45 M    iv. John Louis Brecht was born on 28 Sep 1862 in Zanesville, Muskingum Co., Ohio, died on 7 Jan 1938 in Fairfax, Iowa, at age 75, and was buried in Fairfax, Iowa.

+ 46 M    v. Andrew Vincent Brecht was born on 22 Jan 1865 in Perry Co., Ohio, died on 23 Nov 1930 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa, at age 65, and was buried in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa.

+ 47 F    vi. Sarah Ann Brecht was born between 19 Jan 1857-1859 in Ohio, died on 18 Jan 1921 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa, about age 63, and was buried in 1921 in St. Michael's Cemetery.

7. Ruth Pearl was born in 1825 in Greene Co., PA and died on 27 Feb 1897 in Alexandria Cemetery, Thayer County, NE, at age 72.

General Notes: Sybilla "Belle" probably was born in 1850 as sister, Elizabeth Anne, was born 10 March 1851. The church record of Elizabeth is as follows:
1851, June 5. Elizabeth Anne, dau. of Rubin Deaver and Ruth Pearl, b. March 10, 1851. Sponsors: Benedict Pearl and Brigid Goldrick. (From Deavertown). Another record shows her as Elizabeth "Anna" and sponsor Brigid "McGoldrick".
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1830 Census, Whitely Twp., Greene Co., Pennsylvania, Roll #162, pg.162:
Perrill, Lawrence
1 free colored male 36-55 - Lawrence
1 free colored male 10-24 - Joseph
1 free white female 30-40 - Susannah
4 free colored females under 10 - Catherine, Ruth, Mary, Elizabeth
3 free colored females 10-24 - Susannah, Sarah, Eleanor

1840 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #417, pg. 239B:
Pearl, Lawrence
White males:
3 under age of 5 - John, William, Francis
2 between ages 5 & 10 - Lawrence, Jr. & Benedict
1 between ages 20 & 30 - Joseph
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Lawrence, Sr.
White females:
2 between ages 10 & 15- Elizabeth & Mary
3 between ages 15 & 20 - Ruth, Catherine & Eleanor
2 between ages 20 & 30 - Sarah & Susannah, Jr.
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Susannah, Sr.
2 persons engaged in agriculture

1850 Census, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Roll 719, Pg.276, Line 39, 169/169, Nove. 13, 1850
Reuben Deaver, male, 25, mechanic, OH
Ruth, female, 25, OH
Lucinda, female, 9 mos., OH
Catherine* McCarty, female, 12, at school, IRE
*I wonder if this is the Catherine that Benedict Pearl married? Benedict was living with Henry & Sarah Deaver in the 1850 census and they lived next door to Reuben & Ruth.

1860 Census, OH, Perry Co., Monroe Twp., Chapel Hill P.O., Pg.227B, Sh. 8B, Line 3, 56/53, May 2, 1860:
Reuben Deaver, male, 35, farmer, $800/$200, OH
Ruth, female, 35, PA
Lucinda, female, 11, attends school, PA*
Sybilla, female, 9,attends school, PA*
Hugh, male, 7, attends school, PA*
Sarah, female, 5, attends school, PA*
Melissa, female, 3, PA*
Reben (Reuben), 1, PA*
*All of these children were born in Ohio.

1870 Census, Missouri, Carroll Co., Morris Twp., P.O. Bowers City, Pg.350, Line 40 & Pg.351, line 1, Dwelling 304, Family 289, Dated July 7, 1870:
Deaver, R.S.(H), wm, 45, mar., farmer, $1,200, $209, OH
Ruth, wife, wf, 45, mar, keeping house, PA
Belle, dau, wf, 19, OH
Hugh, son, wm, 17, attends school, OH
Sarah C., dau, wf, 15, attends school,
Reuben J.(L?), son, wm, 11, attends school, OH
David*, son, wm, 5, attends school, OH
*Clement D. in 1880 Census.

1880 Census, Missouri, Carroll Co., Morris Twp., ED147, Sheet 9, Line 34:
Dever, R. H., wm, 55, mar., farmer, OH,MD,MD
Ruth, wife, wf, 55, mar., keeps house, PA,MD,MD
Hugh J., son, wm, mar., 26, farm laborer, OH,OH,PA
Clement D., son, wm, 15, single, farm laborer, OH,OH,PA
Mary L., daughter-in-law, wf, 21, mar., not employed, IA,GER,PA
James W., grandson, wm, 3, single, MO,IA,OH
Jesse L., grandson wm, 1, single, MO,IA,OH
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A Jesse and Elmer Daver were found in the 1900 Kansas, Williamsport Twp., Shawnee Co., Census. They were listed as servants and no ages were given.

1900 Census, Nebraska, Thayer Co., Gilead Precinct, ED162, Sheet 5, Line 66:
Deaver, Hugh J., wm, 48, Oct.1852, M25yrs., farmer, OH,OH,PA
Mary L., wf, 41, Aug.1858, M25yrs., 10 children, 9 living, IA,GER,PA
Jessie W., son, wm, 20, Aug.1879, farmer, MO,IA,OH
Wm. H., son, wm, 16, Dec.1883, at school, NEB,IA,OH
Mary, dau, wf, 14, May 1886, at school, NEB,IA,OH
Annie E., dau, wf, 12, Mar.1888, at school, NEB,IA,OH
Geo. C., son, wm, 10, Mar.1890, at school, NEB,IA,OH
Steven F., son, wm, 8, at school, Nov.1891, NEB,IA,OH
Charles N., son, wm, 6, at school, Oct.1892, NEB,IA,OH
Reubin H.,father, wm, 76, Nov. 1824, M49yrs., OH,MD,PA
NOTE: Reubin was a widow -- his wife had died in 1897.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1920. Benwood W.2,Marshall Co.,W.Va.

Ruth married Reuben Harmon Deaver , son of Unknown and Unknown , on 22 Sep 1848 in Morgan Co., OH. Reuben was born on 21 Nov 1824 in Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 24 Feb 1904 in Alexandria, Thayer County, NE, at age 79, and was buried in Alexandria Cemetery, Alexandria, Thayer Co., NE.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 48 F    i. Lucinda D. Deaver was born in Aug 1849 in Deavertown, Perry Co., Ohio.

   49 F    ii. Sybilla "Belle" Deaver was born between 1850 and 1851 in Deavertown, Perry Co., Ohio and died in 1870 in Missouri, about age 20.

   50 F    iii. Elizabeth Anna Deaver was born on 10 Mar 1851 in Deavertown, Perry Co., Ohio and died before 1860 in Probably Perry Co., Ohio, before age 9.

Noted events in her life were:

Christened: 5 Jun 1851. St. Dominic Church, McLuney, Perry Co., Ohio

+ 51 M    iv. Hugh James Deaver was born in Oct 1852 in Deavertown, Perry Co., Ohio and died before 1930 in Probably Nebraska, before age 78.

+ 52 F    v. Sarah C. Deaver was born in Sep 1854 in Deavertown, Perry Co., Ohio.

   53 F    vi. Melissa "Minnie" Deaver was born in 1857 in Deavertown, Perry Co., Ohio and died in 1868 in Missouri, at age 11.

   54 M    vii. Reuben L. Deaver was born in 1859 in Deavertown, Perry Co., Ohio and died in 1878 in Missouri, at age 19.

+ 55 M    viii. David Clement Deaver was born in Aug 1864 in Deavertown, Ohio and died before 1920 in Probably Nebraska, before age 56.

8. Mary Pearl was born in 1827 in Greene Co., Pennsylvania and died between 1870 and 1880 in Ohio?, about age 43.

General Notes: Mary Pearl & Anthony Diss were married by C. P. Montgomery.
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1830 Census, Whitely Twp., Greene Co., Pennsylvania, Roll #162, pg.162:
Perrill, Lawrence
1 free colored male 36-55 - Lawrence
1 free colored male 10-24 - Joseph
1 free white female 30-40 - Susannah
4 free colored females under 10 - Catherine, Ruth, Mary, Elizabeth
3 free colored females 10-24 - Susannah, Sarah, Eleanor

1840 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #417, pg. 239B:
Pearl, Lawrence
White males:
3 under age of 5 - John, William, Francis
2 between ages 5 & 10 - Lawrence, Jr. & Benedict
1 between ages 20 & 30 - Joseph
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Lawrence, Sr.
White females:
2 between ages 10 & 15- Elizabeth & Mary
3 between ages 15 & 20 - Ruth, Catherine & Eleanor
2 between ages 20 & 30 - Sarah & Susannah, Jr.
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Susannah, Sr.
2 persons engaged in agriculture

1850 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #715, pg.77B, Dwelling #294, Family #503, dated 18 September 1850:
Pearl, Lawrence, m, 57, farmer, $1,000, MD
Susanna, wife, f, 55, can't read, MD
Catherine, dau, f, 27, can't read, PA
Mary, dau, f, 23, can't read, PA
Elizabeth, dau, f, 21, PA
Benedict, son, m, 18, PA
Lawrence, son, m, 17, PA
John James, son, 14, attends school, PA
William A., son, m, 12, attends school, PA
Francis, son, m, 10, attends school, PA

1860 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1022, pg.84 (199), l.10 Dwelling #642, Family #580, Dated 20 July 1860:
Diss, Anthony, wm, 47, farmer, $600, $200, FRANCE
Mary, wife, wf, 33, cigarmaker, PA
*Casper, A., wm, 21, cooper, OH
*Elizabeth, dau, wf, 17, OH
Agnes, dau, wf, 6, attends school, OH
Kate, dau, wf, 5, attends school, OH
Margaret, dau, wf, 3, OH
Albert, son, wm, 1, OH
Sarah, dau, wf, 1mo., OH
*Elizabeth and Casper are children by Anthony's first marriage to Barbary.

1870 Census, Ohio, Somerset P.O., Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1255, pg.12 (34), l.ll, Dwelling & Family #88, dated 18 July 1870:
Diss, Anthony, wm, 58, cooper, US Citizen, $1000, $200, FRANCE
Mary, wife, wf, 43, PA
Agnes, dau, wf, 16, attends school, OH
Catherine, dau, wf, 15, attends school, OH
Albert, son, wm, 11, attends school, OH
Sarah, dau, wf, 10, attends school, OH
Francis, son, wm, 8, attends school, OH
John J. son, wm, 6, attends school, OH
*Springer, Mary, wf, 8, attends school, OH
Note: *Her father was born in France, and her mother in Pennsylvania. She is the niece of Anthony and Mary.

Mary married Anthony Diss on 11 Jan 1853 in Muskingham Co., Ohio, C. P. Montgomery. Anthony was born in 1812 in France and died on 5 Mar 1886 in Probably Zanesville, Muskingum Co., OH, at age 74.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1860. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1870. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. Jackson Twp., Guernsey Co., Ohio

Children from this marriage were:

+ 56 F    i. Agnes Diss was born between 1853 and 1854 in Ohio.

   57 F    ii. Catherine "Kate" Diss was born between 1854 and 1855 in Ohio.

   58 F    iii. Margaret Diss was born between 1856 and 1857 in Ohio and died before 1870 in Ohio, about age 14.

+ 59 M    iv. Albert Diss was born in Apr 1858 in Ohio and died between 1900 and 1910 in Probably Guernsey Co., OH, about age 42.

   60 F    v. Sarah Diss was born in Jun 1860 in Ohio.

   61 M    vi. Francis Diss was born between 1861 and 1862 in Ohio.

+ 62 M    vii. John J. Diss Sr. was born between 1863 and 1864 in Ohio.

9. Elizabeth Pearl was born in 1829 in Greene Co., Pennsylvania, died on 30 Sep 1864 in Zanesville, Muskingum Co., Ohio, at age 35, and was buried in St. Thomas Catholic Church Cemetery, Zanesville, Ohio.

General Notes: The 30 September 1864, death date may be the burial date.
Interment Record of St. Thomas Catholic Church, Zanesville, Ohio:
Elizabeth Springer, September 30, age not given.
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On the Muskingum Co., Ohio, 1868 Mortality Schedule Ending l June 1868, there is a Catharine Springer, age 4, born Ohio, and died in August of whooping cough, living in Newton Township, Muskingum Co., Ohio. Don't know if she is any relation.
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1830 Census, Whitely Twp., Greene Co., Pennsylvania, Roll #162, pg.162:
Perrill, Lawrence
1 free colored male 36-55 - Lawrence
1 free colored male 10-24 - Joseph
1 free white female 30-40 - Susannah
4 free colored females under 10 - Catherine, Ruth, Mary, Elizabeth
3 free colored females 10-24 - Susannah, Sarah, Eleanor

1840 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #417, pg. 239B:
Pearl, Lawrence
White males:
3 under age of 5 - John, William, Francis
2 between ages 5 & 10 - Lawrence, Jr. & Benedict
1 between ages 20 & 30 - Joseph
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Lawrence, Sr.
White females:
2 between ages 10 & 15- Elizabeth & Mary
3 between ages 15 & 20 - Ruth, Catherine & Eleanor
2 between ages 20 & 30 - Sarah & Susannah, Jr.
1 between ages 40 & 50 - Susannah, Sr.
2 persons engaged in agriculture

1850 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #715, pg.77B, Dwelling #294, Family #503, dated 18 September 1850:
Pearl, Lawrence, m, 57, farmer, $1,000, MD
Susanna, wife, f, 55, can't read, MD
Catherine, dau, f, 27, can't read, PA
Mary, dau, f, 23, can't read, PA
Elizabeth, dau, f, 21, PA
Benedict, son, m, 18, PA
Lawrence, son, m, 17, PA
John James, son, 14, attends school, PA
William A., son, m, 12, attends school, PA
Francis, son, m, 10, attends school, PA

1860 Census, Ohio, Ward l, Zanesville, Muskingum Co., Roll #1018, pg.166 (stamped) 2nd half--#76 (handwritten) l.38, Dwelling and Family #532, Dated 13 July 1860:
Springer, Bartholomew, wm, 37, cooking, FRANCE
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 30, OH(Pa)
*Dever, Martha, wf, 16, OH
*The correct spelling is Deaver. She is the daughter of Sarah Ann, deceased, & Henry T. Deaver, & niece of the Springers.

Elizabeth married Bartholomew Springer on 22 Feb 1859 in Muskingham Co., Ohio. Bartholomew was born about 1822 in France and died about 8 Apr 1868 in Zanesville, Muskingum Co., Ohio, about age 46.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1860. Wl Zanesville,Muskingum Co.,Ohio

Census: 1870. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Will: 8 Apr 1868. Will for Bartholomew Springer in Muskingum Co., Book 2, page 469.

Children from this marriage were:

   63 F    i. Mary Springer was born about 1862 in Ohio?.

12. John James Pearl was born on 8 Mar 1836 in Greene Co., Pennsylvania, died on 27 Mar 1923 in Shawnee, Perry Co., OH, at age 87, and was buried on 30 Mar 1923 in St. Patrick Cemetery, Junction City, OH. The cause of his death was pulmonary congestion.

General Notes: Ross Co., Ohio, Marriages 1850-1875: Pearl, John J. m. Maris, Sarah E. 7 May 1863, Volume G4, Page 123.
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John J. Pearl, resident of Perry Co., Ohio, married Adaline Schaffer, resident of Washington Co., Ohio, on 18 June 1894, page 544, Washington Co., Ohio Marriages, 1789-1918.
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New Lexington Tribune, 27 September 1900: Maxville -- Mr. J. J. Pearl, went last Monday on a visit to relatives in Washington County, Ohio.

DEATH CERTIFICATE OF JOHN J. PEARL (Obtained from the Ohio Historical Society -- Perry Co. no longer had it)
Perry Co., Monday Creek Township, Registra. Dist. #5557, File #33, male, white, widowed, b. March 8, 1836, 87 years, 19 days, farmer, b. Ohio, father: Lawrence Pearl, b. Md., maiden name of mother: Susanah Nichols, b. Md., d. March 27, 1923. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from Jan. 2, 1923 to March 3, 1923, that I last saw him alive on March 3, 1923, and that death occurred at 5 a.m.. The cause of death was pulmonary congestion for 4 months. Contributory: myocarditis for 3 months. Signed by A. Sherman, M.D., dated March 29, 1923, Junction City, burial: St. Patrick Cem., Junction City, date of burial: March 30, 1923, undertaker: J. A. Birkmier & Son, New Lexington, Ohio, informant: Dora C. Pearl, RR #3, Junction City, Ohio, filed May 2, 1923, S. W. Johnston, registrar.
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Obituary of John James Pearl, extracted from the New Lexington Herald, Book of Obituaries for 1920-1921,1922-1923 in library at Junction City, Perry County, Ohio:
Funeral of John Pearle
The funeral of John Pearle, 89*, who died at his home at Maxville, last Wednesday evening, was held from St. Patrick's Catholic church at Junction City, Friday morning. Burial was made in the church cemetery.
*John was 86, according to St. Patrick's Church records, & 87 yrs., 19 days according to Perry Co. records. Perry Co. records are correct.
Janet Pearl O'Hara said that there are a lot of Pearls buried in St. Patrick's cemetery.
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The Pearl homestead was in Maxville, Ohio, on Monday Creek Road (apparently now called "Bell Bottom Road". It was called "Possom Hollar". It stood empty for several years. A retired Air Force man and his wife bought the house, barn and land, and it is now a Franciscan Retreat. They have the house and barn and about 16 acres. The barn had the original roof that John James and Clarence put on it. They added onto the house and built a new house with a chapel. Donald J. Pearl, son of Clarence, was there in about 1980 and went through the old house. Janet's daughter Loretta said that to get to the property you go to Junction City & then drive a few miles down the road until you come to the little town of Maxville. This is where you will find Bell Bottom Rd. There is a Monday Creek but not what we want.
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Letter from St. Patrick Church, Junction City, Ohio, from Reverend Richard F. Dodd, pastor (Church built in 1847)

Your letter of January 4, 1991 requesting information from the records of St. Patrick Parish regarding the name Pearl has led us to the following information:

John J. Pearl: cemetery headstone )1836--1923 (Death
records) birth place, Deavertown, Ohio in Perry County*:
(day of burial) March 27, 1923: 86 years old; cause of
death, old age.

Sarah M. Pearl: (day of burial) January 7, 1890 (head-
stone) 1841-1890.

Mary L. Pearl: (day of burial), June 25, 1887: head-
stone: 1866-1887 (daughter of John J. Pearl)

Adeline Pearl: (day of burial) February 24, 1914. Head-
stone - 1828-1914.
* John J. Pearl was born in Greene Co., Pennsylvania.

The search of our records shows no information of a marriage between John Pearl and Adeline.* The records are old and very sketchy. We will, however, take another look through them in search of such information in case we may have missed it.

In the Lord,
Signed: Richard F. Dodd
(Reverend) Richard F. Dodd, Pastor

*They were married in Washington Co., OH.
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Last Will and Testament of John J. Pearl
In the name of the Benevolent Father of All: I, John J. Pearl, of Monday Creek Township, Perry County, Ohio, do make and publish this my Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all former Wills by me made.
Item lst. I desire that all my just debts and funeral expenses be first paid out of my estate.
Item 2nd. I give devise and bequeathe to my daughter, Dora C. Pearl, all the rest and residue of my estate, both real and personal, wheresoever the same may be situated, to be hers absolutely and in fee simple.
Item 3rd. I will and direct that my executrix, hereinafter named, erect at the grave of my first wife and my daughter, Mary Pearl, who are buried side by side, one monument or marker for both of them to cost not less then twenty five dollars, and also that said executrix erect at my grave a monument or marker to cost not less than twenty five dollars, and to pay for said two monuments or markers out of any estate that may be left after the payment of my debts and funeral expenses, or out of any estate that may come into the hands of my said executrix.
Item 4th. I hereby nominate and appoint my daughter Dora C. Pearl to be the executrix of this my Last Will and Testament, she to serve without bond, and I hereby authorize and empower my said executrix, if it becomes necessary to pay my debts, to sell all or any part of my real estate or personal property, at either public or private sale, and for such price and upon such terms of credit or otherwise as she may deem best, and deed or deeds to make to the purchaser or purchasers, without the intervention or order of any court, and she may divide the same into different tracts and sell in that manner, or may sell all in one tract.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name, at New Lexington, Ohio, this 27th day of May, A.D.1920.

Signed: John J. Pearl

The foregoing instrument was signed at the end thereof, by the said John J. Pearl, in our presence, and we heard him acknowledge the same as and for his Last Will and Testament, and at his request and in his presence, we have hereunto subscribed our names as attesting witnesses, in the presence of each other, at New Lexington, Ohio, this 27th day of May, A.D.1920

Signed:________Kendrick Resides at New Lexington, Ohio.
Signed:William A. Allen Resides at New Lexington, Ohio
Filed April 2, 1923

Application for Probate of Will - Probate Court, Perry County, Ohio
In the Matter of the Last Will and Testament of John J. Pearl, deceased.
To the Probate Court of said County:

Your petitioner respectfully represents that John J. Pearl late a resident of the Township of Jackson in said county, died on or about the 27th day of March 1923, leaving an instrument in writing, herewith produced, purporting to be his last Will and Testament.

That the said John J. Pearl died leaving no widow and the following named persons his only next of kin, to-wit:
Degree of Kinship P.O.Address
Frank Pearl son Unknown
E. B. Pearl son Dover, Ohio
Wm. A. Pearl son Benwood, West Virginia
Dora C. Pearl daughter Junction City, Ohio
Charles A. Pearl son SanFrancisco, California

Your petitioner offers said Will for probate, and prays that a time may be fixed for the proving of the same, and that said above named persons, residents in this State, may be notified according to law of the pendency of said proceedings.

Signed:Dora C. Pearl,Petitioner

The State of Ohio, Perry County, ss.

The above named Dora C. Pearl being first duly sworn, says that the facts stated and allegations in the foregoing application contained, are true as she verily believes.
Signed: Dora C. Pearl

Sworn to before me and signed in my presence this 2nd day of April, 1923.
Signed: A. Edgar H_________
Probate Judge
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Property Record, Reg. #19223 - N. B. Hogg & Wife to John J. Pearl, Received for Record March 4th, 1933 @ 10:15 o'clock. Fee $l.00 - Land Price was $600:

A parcel of land in Perry Co., Ohio, known as the N.E. quarter of the N.E. quarter of Section Nine (9) Township fourteen (14), Range Sixteen (16) in Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., Ohio., and supposed to contain forty (40) acres be the same more or less.

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENT;
THAT The Nathaniel B. Hogg and Julia K. Hogg--his wife, of the City of Allegheny and State of Pennslvania--parties of the first part in consideration of Six Hundred dollars to them paid by John J. Pearl of Perry Co., Ohio, party of the second part the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, doth hereby GRANT, BARGAIN, SELL AND CONVEY to the said John J. Pearl, his heirs and assigns forever, that certain piece or parcel of land in Perry Co., Ohio, known as the North East quarter of Section Nine (9) Township fourteen (14), Range Sixteen (16) in Monday Creek Twp., and supposed to contain forty (40) acres be the same more or less; and all the Estate, Title and Interest of the said Nathaniel B. Hogg and Julia K. Hogg, his wife, either in Law or Equity, of, in and to the said premises; TOGETHER with all the privileges and appurtenances to the same belonging, and all the rents, issues and profits thereof; TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the same to the only proper use of the said John J. Pearl his heirs and assigns forever.
And the said Nathaniel B. Hogg for himself and for his heirs, executors and administrators, doth hereby COVENANT with the said John J. Pearl his heirs and assigns, that he is the true and lawful owner of the said premises, and has full power to convey the same; that the title, so conveyed is CLEAR, FREE and UNINCUMBERED, unless it may be on account of unpaid taxes, which John J. Pearl bound himself to pay; and further, that he will WARRANT AND DEFEND the same against all claim, or claims, of all persons whomsoever, except for back taxes which the said John J. Pearl bound himself to pay.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Nathaniel B. Hogg and Julia K. Hogg his wife who hereby release her right and expectancy of DOWER in the said premises, have hereunto set their hands and seals, this seventh day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty five.

Signed, Sealed and Acknowledged in presence of us:

Henry C. Lyon N. B. Hogg (SEAL)
Robert H. McCreevy Julia K. Hogg (SEAL)

THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, SS:
BE IT REMEMBERED, That on the 7th day of March, in the year of our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred and eighty five before me, A Notary Public in and for said County personally came Nathaniel B. Hogg and Julia K. Hogg his wife the grantors in the foregoing Deed, and acknowledged the signing and sealing thereof to be their voluntary act and deed, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned. And the said Julia K. Hogg wife of the said N. B. Hogg, being examined by me, separate and apart from her said husband, and the contents of said Deed being by me made known and explained to her as the Statute directs, declared that she did, voluntarily sign, seal, and acknowledge the same, and that she is still satisfied therewith, as her free act and deed, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto
SEAL subscribed my name, and affixed by Notarial
Seal, on the day and year aforesaid.
Henry C. Lyon
Received for Record March 4th Notary Public
1933 @ 10:15 o'clock A.M. Signed:Pauline Smith
Recorded March 4th,1933. Fee $1.00 Recorder
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The above property was sold a couple of years before Dora was committed to the Insane Asylum in Cleveland, OH, but the same was never completed until 1936 according to a legal document - In the Probate Court, Perry Co., OH, Case No. 17763.
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History of Perry County:
St. Patrick's Church near Junction City is one of the children of St. Joseph's. It was organized in 1830 by Father Young of whom mention has already been made. The first building was of brick and was quite small. The present edifice was erected in 1845. It is one of the largest church organizations in the county.

1840 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #___, pg. 239B:
Pearl, Lawrence
White males:
3 under age of 5
2 between ages 5 & 10
1 between ages 20 & 30
1 between ages 40 & 50
White females:
2 between ages 10 & 15
3 between ages 15 & 20
1 between ages 40 & 50
2 between ages 20 & 30
2 persons engaged in agriculture

1850 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #715, pg.77B, Dwelling #294, Family #503, dated 18 September 1850:
Pearl, Lawrence, wm, 57, farmer, $1000, MD
Susanna, wife, wf, 55, can't read, MD
Catherine, dau, wf, 27, can't read, PA
Mary, dau, wf, 23, can't read, PA
Elizabeth, dau, wf, 21, PA
Benedict, son, wm, 18, PA
Lawrence, son, wm, 17, PA
John James, son, wm, 14, attends school, PA,
William A., son, wm, 12, attends school, PA
Francis, son, wm, 10, attends school, PA

1870 Census, Ohio, York Twp., Morgan Co., Fam.22, pg.253, Dated 11 Aug. 1870:
Pearl, John J., wm, 34,farmer, $1800, $500, PA
wife, Sarah E., wf, 30, keeps house, DEL
*Francis, son, wm, 6, attends school, WIS
Mary L., dau, wf, 4, WIS
Ella A., dau, wf, 8 months, OH
**Margaret Pearl, wf, 75**, infirmed at home, MD
* His name is Franklin on other censuses.
**This is Lawrence Pearl's 2nd wife. Her age is 55 in the 1860 Census. In the 1880 Census she is living with James & Eleanor Pearl Longstreth & she is 90 years old. Not sure which is correct? See Lawrence's notes for the 1860 Census.

1880 Census, Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, Roll #1057, ED212, Vol.51, pg.15, l. 28:
Pearl, John, wm, 44, mar., farmer, PA,VA(Md),MD
Sara, wife, wf, 40, mar., DEL,OH,MD
Franklin, son, wm, 16, single, attends school, mines limestone, WIS,PA,DEL
Mary, dau, wf, 14, single, attends school, WIS,PA,DEL
*Elma, dau, wf, 10, single, attends school, OH,PA,DEL
**Edmond, son, wm, 8, single, attends school, OH,PA,DEL
Walter, son, wm, 6, single, attends school, KY,PA,DEL
William, son, wm, 3, single, OH,PA,DEL
Dora C., dau, wf, 9 months, single, OH,PA,DEL
* Ella on 1870 Census.
**Edward on other Censuses.

1900 Census, OH, Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., ED65, Pg.133A, Sh. 8, Line 39, 156/156, 21 & 22 June 1900:
Pearl, John J., head, wm, 64, Mar.1836, M5yrs., farmer, PA,MD,MD
Adeline, wife, wf, 67(72?), Sep. 1832*, M5yrs., OH,GER,GER?(Md?)
Charles A., son, wm, 18, Jul.1881, single, farm laborer, OH,PA,OH(Del)
Owns farm free of mortg.; all read & write.
*Tombstone says that she was born in 1828.

1910 Census, Ohio, Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co. Roll #1222, ED132, Pg. 178B, Sh.6B, Line 97, 86/86, 22 April 1910:
Pearl, John J., head, wm, 74, owns farm, M2-16yrs., farmer-general farmingOH(Pa),VA(Md)MD
Adeline, wife, wf, 81, M1-16yrs., OH,GER,GER?(Md?)
Dora C., dau, wf, 28(30-31), 1ch., 1 liv., OH,OH(Pa),DEL
Pearl, Clearance* (son of Dora) ,wm, 11, attends school, OH,UNKNOWN,OH
*His name is Clarence A. Pearl.
All can read and write; owns farm-free of mortgage.

1920 Census, Ohio, New Lexington Road, Logan, Monday Creek Twp., Perry County, Roll #1426, ED69, Pg.20, Sh.2, l.11, dated 3-5 January 1920:
Pearl, John J., wm, 83, widower, owns farm, farmer, OH(Pa),VA(Md)VA(Md)
Dora C., dau, wf, 40, single, OH,OH(Pa),DEL
Clarence, grandson, wm, 20, single, laborer, OH,OH,OH

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1870. Monday Creek Twp.,Perry Co.,OH

Census: 1840. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1850. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. Monday Creek Twp.,Perry Co.,OH

Census: 1900. Monday Creek Twp.,Perry Co.,OH

Census: 1910. Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., OH

Census: 1920. Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., OH

John married Sarah Elizabeth Maris on 7 May 1863 in Ross County, Ohio. Sarah was born on 14 Dec 1841 in Delaware, died on 5 Jan 1890 in Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., OH, at age 48, and was buried in St. Patrick Cemetery, Junction City, OH. The cause of her death was congestion.

Noted events in her life were:

Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 14 Dec 1841.

Census: 1870. Monday Creek Twp.,Perry Co.,Oh.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 64 M    i. Franklin N. Perrell Sr. was born on 27 Mar 1864 in Wisconsin and died on 27 Mar 1926 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH, at age 62.

   65 F    ii. Mary L. Pearl was born on 27 Oct 1866 in Wisconsin, died about 22 Jun 1887 in Perry County, Ohio, about age 20, and was buried on 25 Jun 1887 in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Junction City, Perry County, Ohio. The cause of her death was fever.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1870. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., OH

   66 F    iii. Elma (Ella?) A. Pearl was born in Dec 1869 in Ohio and died in Probably Perry County, OH.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1870. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., OH

   67 F    iv. Flora Isabell Pearl was born on 20 Mar 1871 in York Township, Morgan County, Ohio and died on 24 Mar 1871 in York Township, Morgan County, Ohio.

+ 68 M    v. Edmund Benedict Pearl was born on 16 May 1872 in Kentucky, died on 10 Aug 1938 in Newcomerstown, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio, at age 66, and was buried in Aug 1938.

   69 M    vi. Walter Pearl was born in 1874 in Kentucky.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1880. Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., OH

+ 70 M    vii. William Andrew Pearl was born on 18 Oct 1876 in Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., Ohio and died on 7 Aug 1950 in Wheeling Hospital, Wheeling, Ohio Co., WV, at age 73.

+ 71 F    viii. Dora Cecilia Pearl was born on 25 Aug 1879 in Perry County, Ohio and died on 17 Apr 1959 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, ., Ohio, at age 79.

   72 M    ix. Charles Austin "Chad" Pearl was born on 21 Jul 1881 in Ohio and died on 29 May 1950 in Los Angeles Co., CA, at age 68.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900. Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., OH

Census: 1930. Portland, Multnomah Co., OR

Death Certificate: 29 May 1950. CA Death Records: Charles Austen Pearl, b. 7/21/1881, d. 5/29/1950, Los Angeles, CA, 68 yrs., Mom-Mauris (Maris), dad-Pearl.

Charles married Blanch Rose Bell on 12 May 1903 in Perry Co., Ohio.

Charles next married Marguerite J. McGeary between 1922 and 1923. Marguerite was born on 21 Sep 1892 in Washington and died on 30 Apr 1961 in Los Angeles Co., CA, at age 68.

Noted events in her life were:

Death Certificate: 30 Apr 1961. CA Death Records: Margueri J. Pearl, b. 9/21/1892, Washington, d. 4/30/1961, Los Angeles, age 68 yrs., mother's maiden name-McGeary (no father mentioned) Soc.Sec. #344-20-0620.

John next married Adeline Schaffer on 18 Jun 1894 in Washington County, Ohio. Adeline was born in Sep 1832 in Ohio, died in Feb 1914 in Shawnee, Perry County, Ohio, at age 81, and was buried in 1914 in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Junction City, Ohio.

13. William Andrew Pearl was born on 18 Mar 1837 in Morgan Co., OH, died on 8 Aug 1918 in Elreno, Canadian Co., OK, at age 81, and was buried in Aug 1918 in Catholic Cemetery In Elreno, OK. The cause of his death was cerebral Hemorrage. Paralytic stroke.

General Notes: William Andrew and Elizabeth were marrried about 1860 (after the 4 August 1860 census or in 1861.
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Buried in ElReno, Oklahoma. Death Certificate. Registered #88. Death certificate has William Pearl's birth date as 18 March 1837, Male, White, Married, died 8 August 1918, age, 80 yrs., 5 mos., 21 days, retired mechanic, born Morgan Co., Ohio, cause of death, cerebrial hemhorage, name of dad: Lawrence Pearl born Court House, Va Maiden name of mother: unknown, born Va.; informant: G. S. Pearl (son), 518 S. Bickford, El Reno; place of burial: El Reno; undertaker Thomas Benson.
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Decree Terminating Life Estate of William and Elizabeth Pearl, #2742, in the County Court of Canadian County, State of Oklahoma, filed 15 November 1944, S. T. Roberson, Attorney-At-Law, ElReno, Oklahoma:

In the Matter of The Determination of Fact of Death and the Termination of Life Estate of Elizabeth and William A. Pearl in Lot 9, Block 140, City of El Reno, Oklahoma:

Now on this 15th day of November, 1944, this matter coming on for hearing upon the petition of Leonard Smith & Marie Smith praying for a judgment determining the fact of death of Elizabeth Pearl & of William A. Pearl the termination of their life estate in Lot Nine (9), Block One Hundred Forty (140), City of El Reno, Canadian Co, Oklahoma; the petitioners appearing in person & by their attorney, of record, S. T. Roberson, and no one having filed herein written objections or appearing in opposition thereto & the Court having examined the petition, Affidavit of Mailing, Notice by Publication, & the affidavit of the publisher of the publication of the Notice by Publication, & the petitioners having introduced sworn testimony of witnesses and rested their cause, the Court being fully & sufficiently advised in the premises finds:

That notice of said hearing has been given by mailing & by publication of said notice of hearing in the manner & for the time required by law & the order of the Court, that due & legal service has been had upon all persons named in the petition, & of all persons being entitled & required by law & the order of the Court to be notified of said hearing, that the Court has jurisdiction of the parties & of the subject matter, & power & authority to hear & determine the rights of the parties in the real property, the subject matter of this action.

The Court also finds that the provisions of the Soldier's & Sailor's Civil Relief Act of 1940, as ammended, are not applicable to this proceeding.

The Court further finds that on or about the 31st day of December, 1909, Elizabeth Pearl died intestate at El Reno, Oklahoma, & that William A. Pearl died intestate at El Reno, Oklahoma on or about the 8th day of August, 1918, & that both of said decedents at the time of their respective deaths were residents of Canadian Co., State of Oklahoma, & that each was possessed of a life estate in & to the real property involved in this action which was terminated by their deaths, & that neither of said decedents died leaving property or estate on which administration was or is necessary, that the fact of death of neither of said decedents has ever been judicially determined, & that the petitioners are the successors in interest of the remainderman, George S. Pearl and of all subsequent owners in & to said real estate & are entitled to a judgment as prayed for in their petition.

IT IS THEREFORE CONSIDERED, ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED by THE COURT, that Elizabeth Pearl died intestate on the 31st day of December, 1909, & that William A. Pearl died intestate on the 8th day of August, 1918, both residents of Canadian Co., Oklahoma at the time of death, & that neither of said decedents left property or estate on which administration was necessary & that the life estates of Elizabeth Pearl & of William A. Pearl in & to Lot Nine (9), Block One Hundred Forty (140), City of El Reno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma, terminated on the dates of their respective deaths & the petitioners Leonard Smith & Marie Smith are the successors in interest of the remainderman, George S. Pearl, & of all subsequent intervening owners of said real property.

Signed by: (can't read name)
County Judge
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William Pearl married Elizabeth Studer around 1860, probably in Muskingum County, Ohio. He had moved there as a young man and worked as a cigar maker. They moved to Junction City, Perry County, Ohio in 1864. They lived in Ohio (Junction City and, perhaps, around Columbus) until about 1886. They then moved to Fairbury, Jefferson County, Nebraska until 1894. Not much is known about their years there.

In 1894 they homesteaded in ElReno, Oklahoma. Most of their children eventually moved to the Oklahoma area also. F. M. Pearl remained in the Hiawatha, Kansas, area after living in Nebraska for a short time. William and Elizabeth spent their remaining years in ElReno.
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Brown Co. World, 13 August 1918:
Pearl - Wm. A. Pearl, aged 80 years and six months, died at his home in El Reno, Okla., Thursday, August 8. He had been a resident of El Reno 24? or 34? years. F. M. Pearl, the son, reached El Reno just 10 minutes before his father died. The elder Mr. Pearl had frequently visited in Hiawatha at the home of his son. The funeral was held in El Reno Friday afternoon.
From newspaper microfilm records, Canadian County Library (1918)

Death of El Reno Pioneer
Leaving five children to mourn the loss of their father, W. A. Pearl, an El Reno citizen for more than twenty years, passed away early last Thursday morning, August 8, 1918, without having recovered consciousness after suffering a paralytic stroke on election day. Funeral services were conducted at 8 o'clock Friday morning at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, interment being in the Catholic cemetery.

Mr. Pearl was 80 years old at the time of his demise and had been preceded in death by his wife, who died in 1910.* (*1909)

Surviving children are George S. Pearl and C. A. Pearl of El Reno, John J. Pearl of Zurich, Mont., F. N.* Pearl of Hiawatha, Kansas), and Mrs. D. B. Grant of Lawton, Oklahoma.
*His middle initial is "M".

The deceased was one of the old and highly respected citizens of El Reno, having resided here for the past twenty-four years.
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1840 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #___, pg. 239B:
Pearl, Lawrence
White males:
3 under age of 5
2 between ages 5 & 10
1 between ages 20 & 30
1 between ages 40 & 50
White females:
2 between ages 10 & 15
3 between ages 15 & 20
1 between ages 40 & 50
2 between ages 20 & 30
2 persons engaged in agriculture

1850 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #715, pg.77B, Dwelling #294, Family #503, dated 18 September 1850:
Pearl, Lawrence, m, 57, farmer, $1,000, MD
Susanna, wife, f, 55, can't read, MD
Catherine, dau, f, 27, can't read, PA
Mary, dau, f, 23, can't read, PA
Elizabeth, dau, f, 21, PA
Benedict, son, m, 18, PA
Lawrence, son, m, 17, PA
John James, son, 14, attends school, PA
William A., son, m, 12, attends school, PA
Francis, son, m, 10, attends school, PA

1860 Census, Ohio, Ward 4, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Roll #1018, Part l, Line 29, Pg.218, Family #1253, Dated 4 August 1860:
Pearl, William, wm, 21(23), Tabacconist (cigar maker), OH
Bus Cummings, wm, 20
Elizabeth Wilson, wf, 30

1870 Census, Ohio, New Lexington, P.O., Junction City, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, Roll #1255, Pg.13, Line 31, Dwelling & Family #89, Dated 12 June 1870:
Pearl, William A., wm, 32?, Dry Good, Merchant, $500, $l000, OH
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 33, OH
William R., son, wm, 8, OH
John J., son, wm, 7, OH
Francis M., son, wm, 6(5?), OH
Joseph, son, wm, 4, OH
Mary M., dau, wf, 3, OH
Cory E., dau, wf, 2?, OH
Charles, son, wm, 4mo., OH
Gossman, Mary, wf, 18, domestic servant, OH

1880,Census, Ohio, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1057, ED211, Pg.15, Line14, Dwelling #128, Family #139, Dated 16 June 1880:
Pearl, William A., mu*m, 42?, farmer, OH,PA(Md),ENG(Md)
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 43, OH,FRANCE,FRANCE
Raymond, son, mu*m, 18, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
John, son, mu*m, 17, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
Frank, son, mu*m, 15, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Joseph, son, mu*m, 14, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
**Mattie, dau, mu*f, 13, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Cora, dau, mu*f, 11?, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Charley, son, mu*m, 10, works farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
George, son, mu*m, 7, attends school, OH,OH,OH
*All other censuses say this family is white.
**Mattie is a nick name for Mary Martha.

1900 Census, Oklahoma, ElReno Twp. and City, Canadian Co., Roll #1335, ED18, Pg.3B, Line 82, House #56, Dwelling #58, Dated 12-13 June 1900:
Pearl, William A., wm, 62(63), Mar.1838*, m.39yr., cigar maker, R&W owns home, free of mortgage, OH,VA(Md),VA(Md)
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 67 (62), Sep.1832**, M39yr., R&W, 8 ch., 8 living, OH,FRANCE,FRANCE
#George S., son, wm, 27, Dec. 1872, single, lawyer, R&W, OH,OH,OH
##Anna, gr.dau, wf, 12(13), Mar.1888, attends school, NEB,OH,OH
Fender, Florence, gr.dau, wf, 3, Dec.1896, IA(NEB),SWIZ(OH?),OH
*William A's birth record says 1837.
**According to Elizabeth's obit and other censuses, she was born in September 1837.
#George S. is also listed on another page in this census. See his page of notes.
## Anna is also listed with her parents, William Raymond and Arthemia Pearl, and the birth year is 1887.
A Perl family lives in house #55. It isn't known if there is any connection.

1910 Census, Oklahoma, City W4, ElReno Twp., Canadian Co., Roll #1246, ED88, pg.1B, Line 99, Family 20, Dated 15 April 1910:
Pearl, William A., wm, 72(73), wid., retired, owns home, OH,MD,VA(MD)
Charles A*., son, wm, 40, M1-17yr., machinist-round house, OH,OH,OH
The rest of Charles' family not listed here. Both can read & write.
*Charles A. and family listed together in Kansas Census in the note section of his family.

Medical Notes: Contributory: Arteriosclorosis for 15 years.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1880. Jackson Twp.,Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1900. ElReno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma

William married Mary Elizabeth Studer about 1860 in Ohio. Mary was born in Sep 1837 in Junction City, Perry County, OH, died on 28 Dec 1909 in Elreno, Canadian Co., OK, at age 72, and was buried in Catholic Cemetery In Elreno, OK. The cause of her death was had a paralytic stroke.

Marriage Notes: Daughter of William and Elizabeth Pearl married Dennis Grant. She lived in Durango, Colo. at the time of Elizabeth Studer Pearl's death.

At the time of her father, William A. Pearl's death in 1918, she must have already died, because she is not listed as a surviving child.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 73 M    i. William Raymond "Raymond" Pearl was born in Apr 1862 in Muskingum Co., Ohio, died on 18 Jul 1917 in Lawton, Oklahoma, at age 55, and was buried in Elreno, Oklahoma.

+ 74 M    ii. John James Pearl II was born on 2 May 1863 in Zanesville, Muskingum Co., Ohio and died on 11 Feb 1945 in Salem, Oregon, at age 81.

+ 75 M    iii. Francis Marion (Frank) Pearl was born between 20 Oct 1864-1865 in Perry County, Ohio, died on 1 May 1939 in Hiawatha, Brown Co., Kansas, about age 74, and was buried in May 1939 in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Kansas.

+ 76 M    iv. Joseph H. Pearl was born in Nov 1865 in Junction City, Perry Co., Ohio and died on 7 Feb 1907 in Adams County, Nebraska, at age 41.

+ 77 F    v. Mary Martha "Mattie" Pearl was born on 2 Feb 1867 in Perry County, Ohio, died on 6 Jun 1943 in Fort Supply, Woodward County, Oklahoma, at age 76, and was buried in El Reno, Oklahoma.

+ 78 F    vi. Cora E. Pearl was born in Sep 1868 in Perry Co., Ohio and died on 18 Sep 1945 in Lawton, Oklahoma, at age 77.

+ 79 M    vii. Charles Albert "Charlie" Pearl was born on 13 Jan 1870 in Perry County, Ohio, died on 29 Mar 1938 in Fort Supply, Woodward Co., Oklahoma, at age 68, and was buried in El Reno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma.

+ 80 M    viii. George Sylvester Pearl Sr. was born on 30 Dec 1872 in Perry Co., Ohio and died about 1945 in Dallas, Texas, about age 73.

14. Francis Xavier Pearl was born on 11 May 1840 in Morgan Co., OH, died on 13 Apr 1925 in Hebron, Thayer Co., NE, at age 84, and was buried on 15 Apr 1925 in Hebron Cemetery, Hebron, Thayer Co., NE.

General Notes: By 1870, Francis X. Pearl had moved to Mo.
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Certificate of Death, Registered #4347, Place of Death; Thayer County, City-Hebron, State-Nebraska
Francis X. Pearl, male, white,married, wife Mary* Pearl, Francis b. May 11, 1840, age 84, ll mos., 2 days, farmer, b. Ohio, name of father Lawrence Pearl*, b. Ohio, maiden name of mother Susannah Nichols*,b.Oh., informant Mary E. Monohan of Hebron, Neb., buried Sacred Heart Cem.
*Lawrence Pearl and Susannah Nichols Pearl were NOT born in Ohio. They were both born in Maryland.

* I don't know why his wife is listed as Mary -- her name is Sarah Margaret.
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Five of Francis and Sarah's children died in infancy. They were: John S., Lilly, James Samuel, Lucy Isabel and Ruth Ellen.
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Arthur was adopted by his grandparents, Francis Xavier and Sarah Margaret Pearl. His parents were Charles and Sarah Pearl and they may have died.
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Newpaper Article from Patricia Jennes:
SURPRISED ON THEIR WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Sacred Heart Congregation Assists in Celebrating Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl
OVER TWO HUNDRED ATTEND:
Guests of Honor Receive Many Beautiful Gifts as Tokens of Esteem of their Friends:
Over two hundred persons attended the celebration of the Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Pearl held Monday at Sacred Heart Church. The celebration was a complete surprise to the couple, who had not suspected the plans of their friends of Sacred Heart congregation. Relatives who arrived also kept the secret from them until Monday morning. Renewal of the marriage vows was taken at the church in the morning, closing with a benediction by Rev. Joseph Ress, rector of Sacred Heart. Music was furnished by Miss Anna Clifford, Angus McDonald and members of Sacred Heart choir. Father Carey of Fairbury preached an excellent sermon for the occasion.

At 9:30 a.m. Solemn High Mass was sung by Rev. Fr. Lutz of Turkey Creek, assisted by Father Carey of Fairbury as deacon, Father Sproll of Seward as sub-deacon and Father Longnot of Alexandria as master of ceremonies. The altar boys were Joseph Boyes, Joseph Helget, Louis Griffin and William Nacke.

At noon a bounteous dinner was served by the ladies of Sacred Heart in the church parlors. At the close of the dinner M. H. Cruise, as spokesman, in a few well chosen words presented Mr. and Mrs. Pearl with two beautifully upholstered rocking chairs, tokens of the regard of their friends. To this Mr. Pearl responded, thanking his many friends and the members of Sacred Heart for their kindness in remembering him and his wife on their golden wedding day. Short talks were given also by Father Ress, H. W. Deaver of Alexandria and others. Miss Gertrude Monohon gave a reading and Father Ross read a poem which was written especially for the occasion by Calvin Johnson of Carleton.

Mr. and Mrs. Pearl, who are among Thayer County's oldest and most substantial residents, were married fifty years ago in North Vernon, Indiana. In 1884, they came to make their home in Thayer County where Mr. Pearl, with the help of his good wife, has for many years been successfully engaged in farming and fruit growing. Their children now living are: Martha, teacher in a parochial school in New Orleans, Louisiana; Louis F., who resides in Canada; Mrs. Alice Brophy of Valier, Montana; Mrs. Agnes Hruska of Gilead; and Mrs. Mary Monohon of Hebron.

Mr. Pearl stated Tuesday that he will always look back on this celebration of his golden wedding as one of the happiest events of his life.
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F. X. PEARL DEAD AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS

Aged resident of Hebron and Thayer County:

Had Been Active for His Years, Ill but Two Weeks--Funeral Services Held in Sacred Heart Church:

F. X. Pearl, an old-time resident of Thayer County and Hebron, passed away Monday, April 13, 1925, aged 81 years, 11 months and 2 days.

He had been widely known throughout the county, until the past few years, being an officer in the Farmers Mutual Hail Insurance Co. of Thayer Co. He had been in good health and active for his age, making a trip back to his old home in Ohio a few years ago. Respect for his sterling qualities and industrious life, he has always been quiet and retiring.

A little more than two weeks ago he was stricken with pneumonia, which rapidly brought him to the point of death. During his illness, those who know him best say that he was a model of patience and cheerfulness, complaining only that his child kept him in bed when he wished to get up and plow.

Francis Xavier Pearl was born at Deavertown, Morgan County, Ohio, May 11, 1840 and passed away April 13, 1925. He was married at North Vernon, Indiana, September 25, 1866 to Miss Sarah Margaret Lilly. God blessed this union with eleven children, six* of whom died in infancy.
*We can only account for 5 children dying in infancy.

In 1884, he came to Thayer Co., Nebraska, and here he has made his home ever since. His golden wedding anniversay was celebrated September 25, 1916. That same year, December 21, 1916, Mrs. Pearl died. He leaves to mourn his loss five children: Sister Mary Anselma, S.S. of N.D. of Lawrence Nebraska; Mrs. J. E. Brophy of Valier, Montana; Mr. Louis Pearl of Williams, Nebraska, Mrs. Agnes Hruska of Gilead and Mrs. Mary Monohon of Hebron, besides sixteen grandchildren, sixteen great grandchildren, and numerous relatives and friends.

For years, closest friends state, his life has been a model of simple devotion to duty, and death came peacefully to "Grandpa Pearl", and left him with a smile on his face.

His bent form and silvery hair will be missed from the community. Sympathy is extended to the children of this aged man.

Funeral services were conducted by Father Joseph Ress at the Sacred Heart Church in Hebron, Wednesday _____and interment made at Hebron Cemetery. Many friends gathered to pay their last tribute to the departed who had lived in the community for years.
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According to the 11 June 1900 Census and the 11 May 1910 Census, they had a total of 11 children. So far we have records of only six. In the 1900 Census, only six were living. In the 1910 Census, only five were living.
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F. X. Pearl - Pioneer in Thayer Co. Goes to His Reward:
One more in Heaven!
One less at home.
One voice of welcome hushed & ever more
One farewell word unspoken;
one the shore
Where parting comes not, landed one
one soul more;
One more in heaven!

Involuntarily this thought flashed into our minds when the report was spread abroad. "Grandpa Pearl is dead." For years the life of this saintly old man has been an edifying example of piety and simple devotion to duty for us all, and his peaceful, happy death was its fitting close.

Just a little more than two weeks ago, he was stricken with pneumonia, which rapidly brought him to the point of death. During his illness, he was a model of patience and cheerfulness, complaining only that the doctor and his children kept him in bed, when he wished to get up and plow. He was 85 years old.

Francis Xavier Pearl was born in Deavertown, Morgan Co., Ohio, May 11, 1840, thus having reached the age of 84 years, 11 months and 2 days on the day of his demise, April 13, 1925. He was married at North Vernon, Indiana, Sept. 25, 1866, to Miss Sarah Margaret Lilly. God blessed this union with eleven children, six of whom died in infancy. In 1884, he came to Thayer Co., Nebraska, and here he has made his home ever since. His golden wedding anniversay was celebrated Sep. 25, 1916. That same year, December 21, 1916, Mrs. Pearl died.

He leaves to mourn his loss, five children: Sister Mary Anselma, S.S. of N.D., of Lawrence, Nebr.; Mrs. J. E. Brophy of Valier, Montana; Mr. Louis Pearl of Williams, Nebraska; Mrs. Agnes Hruska of Gilead, and Mrs. Mary Monohon of Hebron; besides sixteen grandchildren, sixteen great grandchildren and numerous relatives and friends.

We shall miss him, -- that bent form and that silvery head, going about his work so quietly and unobtrusively -- an inspiration to us all, yet we do not mourn for we are so sure that he is:
One More in Heaven and this is but
Another thought to brighten cloudy days,
Another link our souls on High to raise;
To Home and Heaven.

To the bereaved children we offer our sympathy. Truly they have lost a father in the truest, most beautiful sense of the word. Yet why should they grieve? A more consoling death bed scene than their dear father's could scarcely be imagined. He died with a smile on his lips, his heart at peace, for he was going Home.
This is not home, where cramped in
earthly mold
Our sight of Christ is dim, our love is cold.
But there, where face to face we shall behold,
Is Home and Heaven! One More at Home,--
That home where separation cannot be
That home whence none are missed eternally,
With the poet let us say,
Lord Jesus grant us all a place with Thee,
At Home in Heaven!
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1840 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #___, pg. 239B:
Pearl, Lawrence
White males:
3 under age of 5
2 between ages 5 & 10
1 between ages 20 & 30
1 between ages 40 & 50
White females:
2 between ages 10 & 15
3 between ages 15 & 20
1 between ages 40 & 50
2 between ages 20 & 30
2 persons engaged in agriculture

1850 Census, York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #715, pg.77B, Dwelling #294, Family #503, dated 18 September 1850:
Pearl, Lawrence, m, 57, farmer, $1,000, MD
Susanna, wife, f, 55, can't read, MD
Catherine, dau, f, 27, can't read, PA
Mary, dau, f, 23, can't read, PA
Elizabeth, dau, f, 21, PA
Benedict, son, m, 18, PA
Lawrence, son, m, 17, PA
John James, son, 14, attends school, PA
William A., son, m, 12, attends school, PA
Francis, son, m, 10, attends school, PA

1860 Census, Deavertown P.O., York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, Roll #1016, 4 August 1860, pg. 282, line __:
Pearl, Lawrence, wm, 68, farmer, $1800, $400, MD
Margaret, 2nd wife, wf, 55, MD
*Francis H., wm, 20, farm hand, OH
**Welch, John, wm, 14, OH
*Francis X. --His middle name is Xavier.
**John Welch is Margaret's son by her previous marriage.

1870 Census, MO, Carroll Co., Carrollton P. O., Wakenda Twp., Roll 766, Pg.393, Line 23, 22/22, 17 Aug. 1870:
Peral, Francis X., wm, 30, $___, $453, farming, OH
Sarah A., wf, 26, keeping house, IN
Charles H., wm, 2, MO
Mary E., wf, 8 mos., MO
Barker, George W., wm, 19, laborer, PA

1880 Census, Missouri, Rea (Twp.? or Town?), Carroll Co., Roll #679, Vol. 6, ED157, Dwelling & Family #59, Dated 3 June 1880:
Pearl, Francis K (X),wm, 40, mar, tenant farmer, reads & writes, OH,MD,MD
Sarah M. wife, wf, 30, mar, reads & writes, IND,PA,IND
Charles H., son, wm, 12, attends school, farm work, R&W, MO,OH,IND
Mary E., dau, wf, 10, attends school, R&W, MO,OH,IND
Martha, dau, wf, 6, MO,OH,IND
Sarah A., dau, wf, 2, MO,OH,IND
*Lewis F., son, wm, 4months, b. Jan., MO,OH,IND
*Spelled Louis on family picture and in other censuses.

1900 Census, Nebraska, Gilead Precinct, Thayer Co., Roll #941, ED162, pg.5B, pg. 179B, 1.80, 92/93, Dated 11 June 1900:
Pearl, Francis X, wm, 60, May 1840, M34yrs., farmer, owns farm, OH,MD,MD
*Margaret S., wf, 50, May 1850, M34yrs., 11 children, 6 living, IND,PA,NY?
Martha, dau, wf, 26, Jan.1874, single, school teacher, MO,OH,IND
Louis F., son, wm, 20, Jan.1880, single, attends school, MO,OH,IND
Alice A., dau, wf, 18, Dec. 1881, single, attends school, MO,OH,IND
All can read & write.
*Sarah M. in the 1880 Census.

1910 Census, Nebraska, Hebron Pct., Thayer County, Roll
#856, ED186, pg.9B, l.75, dated 11 May 1910:
Pearl, Francis X., wm, 69(70?), M43years, farmer, OH,PA(Md),PA(Md)
Margaret, wife, WF, 59(60?), M43yrs., 11 children, 5 living, IND,NY?,NY?
*Arthur, grandson, wm, 11, COLO,MO,COLO
* Son of Charles H. Pearl. Arthur changed his name to George Gunn.

1920 Census, Nebraska, Hebron Pct., Thayer County, Roll #1002, ED200, Sheet 6A, Line 31, Dwelling 115, Family 124, Dated 18 January 1920:
Pearl, F. X., wm, 79, wid., farmer, owns farm, R&W, OH,MD,MD
*Hamney, Sara, niece, wf, 65, wid., housekeeper, R&W, OH,OH,PA
**Dulerul, Mary(sp.?), grand niece, wf, 6, attends school, R&W, TEX,TEX,MO
*Sara is Francis' niece.
**Mary Dulerul is a grand niece of Francis.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1910. Hebron Prec., Thayer Co., Nebraska

Francis married Sarah Margaret Lilly on 25 Sep 1866 in North Vernon, Indiana. Sarah was born on 6 May 1850 in Dearborn Co., IN, died on 21 Dec 1916 in Hebron, Thayer Co., NE, at age 66, and was buried in Dec 1916 in Hebron Cemetery, Hebron, Thayer Co., NE. The cause of her death was bronchial Pneumonia.

Children from this marriage were:

   81 F    i. Lucy Isabel Pearl .

+ 82 M    ii. Charles H. Pearl was born in Nov 1868 in Missouri.

+ 83 F    iii. Mary E. Pearl was born on 3 Dec 1869 in Missouri and died after 1930 in Probably Hebron City, Thayer Co., Neb, after age 61.

   84 F    iv. John S. Pearl was born on 14 Feb 1872 and died before 1880.

   85 F    v. Martha Lenora Pearl was born on 14 Jan 1874 in Missouri.

   86 F    vi. Catherine Lilly Pearl was born on 25 Feb 1876 and died before 1880, before age 4.

+ 87 F    vii. Sarah Agnes Pearl was born on 20 Dec 1877 in Missouri and died after 1930, after age 53.

+ 88 M    viii. Louis Francis Pearl was born on 19 Jan 1880 in Missouri and died in Jan 1971 in Chamberlain, South Dakota 57325, at age 91.

+ 89 F    ix. Anne Alice Pearl was born on 18 Dec 1881 in Missouri.

   90 M    x. James Samuel Pearl was born on 11 Mar 1884 and died before 1900, before age 16.

   91 F    xi. Ruth Ellen Pearl was born on 17 Dec 1889 and died before 1900, before age 11.

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17. Matilda Agatha "Tillie" Gossman was born on 3 Feb 1843 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 31 Mar 1931 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 88, and was buried in Apr 1931 in St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery, Row 2, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH. The cause of her death was bronchial Pneumonia.

General Notes: Dates for Matilda Gossman Nash came from "Peter Nash Family History".
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Places of Residence for Matilda: Ohio.

Death Records of Perry County, Ohio: Nash, Mrs. Matilda, female, white, widowed, d. 31 Mar. 1931, 88 years, 1 month, 28 days, Corning, Ohio, b. Deavertown, Ohio, housewife, broncho pneumonia, Reg. #100.
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Info from marriage and cemetery records.
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St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery, Row 2: Nash, Matilda, 1843-1931, w/o Peter
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1850 Census, OH, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Pgs. 274B & 275A, Lines 42 & 1, 148/148, 11 & 12 Nov. 1850:
Gosman, John J., head, wm, 29, farmer, mar., OH
Susanna E., wife, wf, 32, mar., MD
Matilda A., dau., wf, 7, attends school, OH
Mary M., dau., wf, 6, attends school, OH
Joseph A., son, wm, 4, attends school, OH
Susanna E., dau., wf, 3, OH
Martha E., dau., wf, 4 mos., OH
John & Susanna can't read or write.

1860 Census, Ohio, Deavertown, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1016, pg.539 (lst half) house #2159, l.13, dated 9 August 1860:
Gossman, John, m, 40, farmer, $3,000, $600, OH
Susannah, wife, f, 42(43), OH(MD)
Matilda A., dau, f, 17, domestic, OH
Mary, dau, f, 15, OH
Joseph, son, m, 12, OH
Susannah, dau, f, 10, OH
Martha E., dau, f, 9, OH
John, son, m, 7, OH
Francis A., son, m, 5, OH
Vincent, son, m, 3, OH
Agathy, dau, f, 2, OH
House #2160, line 24:
Gossman, Catharine*, f, 73, Wirtenburg,GER
Wanamaker, Susanna, f, 11 (no relationship given), OH
*Catharine is the second wife of John's father Andrew.

1870 Census, OH, Perry Co., Monroe Twp., Roll 1255, Pg.117, Line 5, Dated 17, June 1870:
Nash, Peter, wm, 32, $300, $150, journeyman-shoemaker, Muelenberg
Matilda, wf, 27, OH
Alice( Anne), wf, 3, OH
Peter's father & mother both foreign born.

1880 Census, Ohio, Perry Co., Monroe Twp., ED215, Pg. 4, Line 13, Family 31, Roll 1057, Dated 7 June 1880:
Nash, Peter, wm, 42, boatmaker, unemployed-12mos., GER*,GER*,GER*
Matilda, wife, wf, 37, OH,OH,OH(MD)
Anne, dau, wf, 13, attends school, OH,OH(GER),OH
Joseph**son, wm, 9, attends school, OH,OH(GER),OH
Mary, dau, wf, 7, attends school, OH,OH(GER),OH
Francis, son, wm, 5, attends school, OH,OH(GER),OH
Peter***, son, wm, 2, OH,OH(GER),OH
Peter, Sr., Matilda, Anne, Joseph read & write (not sure about Mary.
*Wurtenburg, Germany.
**John J. in 1900 Census.
***Edward in 1900 Census.

1900 Census, Ohio, Perry Co., Monroe Twp., Rendville Voting Precinct, ED66, Sh.12B, l.91, Dwelling 264, Roll 1313, Dated 19 June 1900:
Nash, Peter, wm, 61, Jan.1839 (1838), M35yrs., Immig.1845,Naturalized, farmer, owns farm, free of mortg., GER,GER,GER
Matilda A., wife, wf, 57, Feb.1843, M35yrs., 7 children, 5 living, OH,OH,ENG(MD)
Annie A., dau, wf, 33, Mar.1867, single, OH,GER,OH
John J., son, wm, 29, May 1871, single, OH,GER,OH
Edward, son, wm, 22, Dec.1877, single, OH,GER,OH
Casper A., son, wm, 17, Jul.1882, single, OH,OH,(GER),OH
John L., son, wm, 8,single, Aug. 1891, attends school, OH,GER,OH
*His name stayed Walpole so he must have been a foster son and NOT formally adopted.
All read and write.

1910 Census, Ohio, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Rendville Voting Precinct, Roll #1222? or 1223?, ED135, Pg.10B, Line 69, Dwelling #238, Family #238, Dated 2-3 May 1910:
Nash, Peter, wm, 73, M1-40yrs, English, Farmer, GER,GER,GER
Matilda, wife, wf, 63, M1-40yrs., OH,OH,OH(MD)
Casper, son, wf, 27, single, Miner, Coal Mine, , OH,GER,OH
Walpole, John, Adopted Son, wm, 18, single,farmer, OH,OH,OH
All read & write. Peter owns farm free of mortage.

1920 Census, Ohio, Perry Co., Monroe Twp., Rendville Pct., ED71, Pg.10, Line 7, Dwelling & Family 68, Roll 1426, Dated 14-15 January 1920:
Nash, Casper, wm, 37, mar., coal miner, reads & writes, OH,OH,OH
Margaret, wife, wf, 29, mar., reads & writes, OH,OH,OH
Bernard, son, wm, 8, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Charles, son, wm, 6, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Anna Marie, dau, wf, 4, OH,OH,OH
Luretia(sp?), dau, wf, 11mo., OH,OH,OH
Peter, father, wm, 82(?), Naturalized-1872, reads & writes, GER,GER,GER
Matilda, mother, wf, 77, reads & writes, OH,OH,OH(MD)

1930 Census, OH, Roll 1861, Perry Co., Monroe Twp., ED64-19, Sheet 8A, Pg.76, Line 19, 162/162,Dated April 15, 1930:
Nash, Casper, wm, 48, M. at 28, miner-coal mine, OH,OH,OH
Margaret, wife, wf, 38, M. at 19, OH,OH,OH
Matilda, mother, wf, 84, single, OH,OH,OH(MD)
Bernard, son, wm, 18, single, OH,OH,OH
Charles, son, wm, 16, single, OH,OH,OH
Anna M., dau., wf, 14, single, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Loretta, dau., wf, 10, single, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Josephine, dau., wf, 8, single, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Edmund, son, wm, 5yrs, 11 mos., single, OH,OH,OH
Clarence, son, wm, 3yrs., 11 months, single, OH,OH,OH
Regina, dau., wf, 1yr., 6 mos., single, OH,OH,OH
Anna, sister, wf, 63, single, OH,OH,OH
All adults can read. No veterans.

Matilda married Peter Nash Sr. on 7 Nov 1865 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio. Peter was born on 18 Jan 1838 in Bieringen, Wurtenberg, Germany, died BET 22 AND 27 MAR 1922 in Corning, Perry County, Ohio, and was buried in Mar 1922 in St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery, Row 2, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH. The cause of his death was acute Ileo Colitis.

Children from this marriage were:

   92 F    i. Anna A. "Auntie" Nash was born on 18 Mar 1867 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio, died on 20 Jul 1965 in New Lexington, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 98, and was buried on 23 Jul 1965 in Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington, Ohio.

   93 M    ii. John Joseph "Smokey" Nash was born on 30 Mar 1871 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio, died on 26 Aug 1927 in Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, at age 56, and was buried on 29 Aug 1927 in Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington, Perry Co., OH.

John married Cecilia E. (Sauters) Souder on 1 May 1901 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio. Cecilia was born on 1 May 1874 in Corning, Perry Co., Ohio, died on 20 Oct 1928 in Monroe Township, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 54, and was buried on 23 Oct 1928 in Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington Twp., Perry Co., OH.

   94 F    iii. Mary Elizabeth Nash was born on 27 Apr 1873 in Chapel Hill, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 25 May 1898 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 25, and was buried in May 1898 in St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery, Row 3, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH.

   95 M    iv. Francis Andrew "Kelly" Nash was born on 24 Jan 1875 in Chapel Hill, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 13 Oct 1965 in Nelsonville, Athens Co., Ohio, at age 90, and was buried on 16 Oct 1965 in Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington, Ohio.

Francis married Ida Ellen Duffy , daughter of Unknown and Unknown , on 13 Jun 1900 in Corning, Perry Co., Ohio. Ida was born on 27 May 1879 in Corning, Pleasant Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 19 Sep 1943 in New Lexington, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 64, and was buried in Sep 1943 in Maplewood Cemetery, Pike Twp., Perry Co., OH.

   96 M    v. Edward Peter "Zack" Nash was born on 10 Dec 1878 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio, died on 3 Aug 1968 in New Lexington, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 89, and was buried on 6 Aug 1968 in Maplewood Cemetery, Row 11, Ward 26, New Lexington, Perry Co., OH. The cause of his death was coronary Thrombosis due to ASH Disease.

Edward married Mary Agatha Corbett on 23 Oct 1908 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio. Mary was born on 6 Mar 1889 in Monroe Township, Perry County, Ohio, died on 4 Apr 1966 in Perry Co., OH, at age 77, and was buried in Apr 1966 in Maplewood Cemetery, Row 11, Ward 26, Pike Twp., Perry Co., OH.

   97 M    vi. Peter Nash Jr. was born about 1878 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio and died in 1881 in Chapel Hill, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, about age 3.

   98 M    vii. Casper Albert Nash was born on 17 Jul 1882 in Chapel Hill, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 22 Jan 1954 in Chapel Hill, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, at age 71, and was buried on 25 Jan 1954 in Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington, Perry Co., Ohio. The cause of his death was angina Pectoris due to Arteriosclerosis.

Casper married Margaret Beatrice Duffy , daughter of Unknown and Unknown , on 15 Nov 1910 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio. Margaret was born in Sep 1890 in Ohio, died on 11 Mar 1961 in Ohio, at age 70, and was buried on 13 Mar 1961 in Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington, Perry Co., Ohio. Another name for Margaret was Margaret B. Duffy.

Noted events in her life were:

Alt. Birth: Sep 1890.

   99 M    viii. John L. Walpole was born in Aug 1891 in Ohio.

John married Hannah A. Orcutt . Hannah was born between 1893 and 1894.

18. Mary Magdelene Gossman was born on 21 May 1844 in OH and died between 1875 and 1876 in Probably Morgan Co., OH, about age 31.

General Notes: Someone gave a date of death of 31 Mar. 1931 for Mary Magdelene Gossman. If that is correct, She was either divorced from Jacob Angler since he remarried or she died before the 1880 census.

Church I.G.I. Record: Mary Gosman married Jacob Angler 22 Nov. 1864, Morgan Co., OH, M514082, Dates 1860-1878, Source Call #0910658 V. D-E -- Film.

I would guess that Mary Magdalene probably died in child birth -- probably when Leonard Joseph was born.
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Excerpts from John J. Gossman's Will -- John died Dec. 1910:
Item 2. After the death of my wife, I desire all the property then remaining in her hands to be divided among my children, as follows: I have given my daughter Matilda Nash six hundred and fifty dollars. I have given my son Joseph five hundred dollars. I have given my son John W. five hundred dollars. I have given my son Vincent five hundred dollars. I have given my daughter Mary Augler all I desire her to receive, but I desire that John Augler, Matilda Augler, Charles Augler, Susanna Augler and Leonard Augler, her children, shall receive five dollars each. I desire that my sons Vincent, John W., and Joseph shall each receive the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars to make them equal with Matilda Nash. I desire that Annie Brecht, and Martha Kistner and Frank A. Gossman, and Agatha Nash, four of my children, be given six hundred and fifty dollars each so they will share equally with the other children before named.

Item 3. I desire that Leo P. Diamond, if he shall remain with me or my wife until he shall attain the age of twenty-one years, that he receive a horse, saddle, and bridle.

Item 4. After all the children have received six hundred and fifty dollars, the same that was given Matilda Nash, and all expenses paid, the residue, if there be any, I desire and wish to be divided equally among all my children, except the one named Mary Augler, who has received all I desire her to receive. If any of my children are dissatisfied with this, my Will, I desire that what they were to receive, be withheld from them and divided equally among the rest.
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The Times Recorder, Zanesville, Ohio, Monday, March 2, 1953:

RUBY M. GILL DIES SATURDAY

Mrs. Ruby M. Gill*, 61, of South Zanesville Route 1, wife of James Gill, died early Saturday at Bethesda hospital following an illness of two months. She was admitted to the hospital on February 18.
She was a native of Brush Creek Township and spent most of her life in that community. She was a daughter of Charles and Matilda Price O'Dell.
Survived in addition to her husband and two daughters, Mrs. Blanche Kildow of Roseville Route and Mrs. Mabel Grove of Somerset Route 1, three sons, Leonard Angler, Ralph Angler and Elmer Payne, all of South Zanesville Route 1 and Mrs. Helen Supprise of Cleveland.
The body was removed to the Cannon and Cannon funeral home in Roseville where last rites will be conducted at 1 o'clock this afternoon. Rev. Walter Moore of South Zanesville will officiate. Burial will be in Roseville cemetery.
*Ruby was married to Martin C. Angler. Don't know if her husband is related to Nicholas or Jacob Angler???
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According to another article in The Times Recorder, Leonard and Ralph and Mrs. Blanche Kildow are half brothers and sister of Elmer E. Payne.

Elmer Gossman had that Mary Magdalene was b. 3 Feb. 1843?

According to Elmer, Mary Magdalene & James Augler were to have moved to Iowa in the late 1870's. He didn't know where in Iowa. He said that there were other Gossman families in the Buffalo Center area of Iowa, in Winnebago Co., & also Emmetsburg, in Palo Alto Co., Ia.
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1850 Census, OH, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Pgs. 274B & 275A, Lines 42 & 1, 148/148, 11 & 12 Nov. 1850:
Gosman, John J., head, wm, 29, farmer, mar., OH
Susanna E., wife, wf, 32, mar., MD
Matilda A., dau., wf, 7, attends school, OH
Mary M., dau., wf, 6, attends school, OH
Joseph A., son, wm, 4, attends school, OH
Susanna E., dau., wf, 3, OH
Martha E., dau., wf, 4 mos., OH
John & Susanna can't read or write.

1860 Census, Ohio, Deavertown, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1016, pg.539 (lst half) house #2159, l.13, dated 9 August 1860:
Gossman, John, m, 40, farmer, $3,000, $600, OH
Susannah, wife, f, 42(43), OH(MD)
Matilda A., dau, f, 17, domestic, OH
Mary, dau, f, 15, OH
Joseph, son, m, 12, OH
Susannah, dau, f, 10, OH
Martha E., dau, f, 9, OH
John, son, m, 7, OH
Francis A., son, m, 5, OH
Vincent, son, m, 3, OH
Agathy, dau, f, 2, OH
House #2160, line 24:
Gossman, Catharine*, f, 73, Wirtenburg,GER
Wanamaker, Susanna, f, 11 (no relationship given), OH
*Catharine is the second wife of John's father Andrew.

1870 Census, OH, Morgan Co., Union Twp., Malta P.O., Roll 1246, Pgs. 217A & B, Shs. 32 & 33, Lines 38 & 1, 241/240, July 14, 1870:
Angler, Nichles, head, wm, 60, farmer, $1,600/$595, WIRTENBURG
Jacob, wm, 35*, works on farm, WIRTENBURG
Catherine**, wf, 28, keeping house, OH
Mary***, wf, 26, helps sister, OH
John, wm, 5, at home, OH
Clary, wf, 3, at home, OH
Biddy, wf, 2, at home, OH
Charles, wm, 1, at home, OH
Mary through Charles parents of foreign birth. Don't have anyone attending school.
Nichles is a farmer. Jacob works on farm.
*Jacob's age should be 45.
**Catherine is the sister of Jacob.
***Mary has to be the sister-in-law of Catherine.

1880 Census, OH, Morgan Co., Union Twp., Roll 1053, ED148, Pg.170A, Sh.25A, Line 4, 227/235, June 24, 1880:
Angler, Jacob, head, wm, 56, father & husband, mar., farmer, FRANCE,FRANCE,FRANCE
Sarah, wife, wf, 23, mother & wife, mar., keeping house, OH,OH,OH
Mary Ann, dau., f, 2, S, OH,OH,OH
George Frank, son, wm, 5 mos., S, OH,OH,OH
John N., step-son-moth., m. 13, S, OH,OH,OH
Charles, step-son-mother, m, 10, OH,OH,OH
Matilda, step-dau-mother, f, 8, OH,OH,OH
Susannah, step-dau-mother, f, 6, OH,OH,OH
Joseph L., 4, step-son-moth, m, 4, OH,OH,OH
Ray, James A., step-son-father, m, 7, OH,OH,OH
Angler, Clara* A., niece-father, f, 12, OH,OH,OH
Angler, Nickolas, gr-fath, m, 79, wid., farmer, FRANCE,FRANCE,FRANCE
*CLARA MUST BE BIDDY IN THE 1870 CENSUS.

Mary married Jacob Angler on 22 Nov 1864 in Morgan Co., OH. Jacob was born about 1827 in France and died on 15 Jan 1893 in Perry Co., OH, about age 66. The cause of his death was consumption.

Children from this marriage were:

   100 F    i. Annie Angler .

Annie married ? Lawrence .

   101 M    ii. John N. Angler was born in 1865 in OH, died in 1956, at age 91, and was buried in 1956 in Maplewood, New Lexington Cemetery, Ward 36, Row 10, Pike Twp., Perry Co., OH.

John married Bridget C. "Biddie" Kronenbitter . Bridget was born in 1854, died on 23 Sep 1934 in Corning, Bearfield Twp., Perry Co., OH, at age 80, and was buried in Sep 1934 in Maplewood, New Lexington Cemetery, Ward 36, Row 10, Pike Twp., Perry Co., OH. The cause of her death was mitral regurgitation.

Noted events in her life were:

Death Certificate: 23 Sep 1934. White female, married, d. 9-23-1934, 79y, 8m, 22d, Corning, Ohio, Bearfield Twp., housewife, mitral regurgitation, Reg.#254

   102 M    iii. Charles Angler was born between 1869 and 1870 in OH.

   103 F    iv. Matilda A. Angler was born in Sep 1871 in Chapel Hill, Morgan Co., OH, died on 16 Jun 1930 in Roseville, Chapel Hill, Morgan Co., OH, at age 58, and was buried on 19 Jun 1930 in Maplewood, New Lexington Cemetery. The cause of her death was double lobar pneumonia.

Noted events in her life were:

Marriage Record: 11 Sep 1894. Pius Dew m. Matilda Angler, Book 8, Pg. 556

Matilda married Pius Dew on 11 Sep 1894 in Perry County, Ohio. Pius was born in Sep 1873 in Ohio.

   104 F    v. Susanna Angler was born between 1873 and 1874 in Ohio.

   105 M    vi. Leonard Joseph Angler was born on 5 May 1875 in Perry Co., OH, died on 24 Jan 1968, at age 92, and was buried on 26 Jan 1968 in Maplewood, New Lexington Cemetery, Ward 36, Row 10, Pike Twp., Perry Co., OH.

19. Joseph Andrew Gossman was born on 8 Mar 1846 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio.

General Notes: Perry County, Ohio Marriage Records: Year 1872, Gossman, Joseph H. m. Mary A. Wilson, Book 5, Page 244. NOTE: The marriage record has his middle initial as "H".

Perry County, Ohio, Marriage Records: Year 1875, Gossman, Joseph H. m. Lucinda Mack, Book 5, Page 457. NOTE: This marriage also has his middle initial as "H".
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Joseph Andrew Gossman's Will says heirs of Joseph Gossman are outside state and unknown.
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1850 Census, OH, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Pgs. 274B & 275A, Lines 42 & 1, 148/148, 11 & 12 Nov. 1850:
Gosman, John J., head, wm, 29, farmer, mar., OH
Susanna E., wife, wf, 32, mar., MD
Matilda A., dau., wf, 7, attends school, OH
Mary M., dau., wf, 6, attends school, OH
Joseph A., son, wm, 4, attends school, OH
Susanna E., dau., wf, 3, OH
Martha E., dau., wf, 4 mos., OH
John & Susanna can't read or write.

1860 Census, Ohio, Deavertown, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1016, pg.539 (lst half) house #2159, l.13, Dated 9 August 1860:
Gossman, John, m, 40, farmer, $3,000, $600, OH
Susannah, wife, f, 42(43), OH(MD)
Matilda A., dau, f, 17, domestic, OH
Mary, dau, f, 15, OH
Joseph, son, m, 12, OH
Susannah, dau, f, 10, OH
Martha E., dau, f, 9, OH
John, son, m, 7, OH
Francis A., son, m, 5, OH
Vincent, son, m, 3, OH
Agathy, dau, f, 2, OH
House #2160, line 24:
Gossman, Catharine*, f, 73, Wirtenburg,GER
Wanamaker, Susanna, f, 11 (no relationship given), OH
*Catharine is the second wife of John's father Andrew.

1880 Census, Ohio, Perry Co., Pleasant Twp., Twp., ED7, Pg.17 (stamped 135A), Line 1, Dwelling 107, Family 117, Roll 1057, Dated June 8 & 9, 1880:
Gossman, Joseph, wm, 33(34), day laborer, can't read or write, OH,__,__
Lucinda, 2nd wife, wf, 42, can't read or write, OH,SWITZ,OH

1900 Ohio Census, Franklin Co., Columbus, Ward 7, 266 S.22nd St., ED71, Pg.8B, Line 80,, Dwelling 179, Family 183, Roll 1268, Dated June 6, 1900:
Gossman, Joseph*, wm, 54, Mar.1846, M19yrs.?, laborer, reads & writes, OH,GER(OH),VA(MD)
Leddy, Thomas, brother-in-law, wm, 67, Nov.1832, M40yrs., laborer, reads & writes, NY,IRE,IRE
Mary R., wife, wf, 58, Jul.1841, had 15 children, 12 living*, M40yrs., OH,GER,VA
*House owned with mortgage by married son James.

Joseph married Mary A. Wilson on 9 Apr 1872. Mary A. Wilson died in 1873.

Children from this marriage were:

   106 M    i. James Gossman was born about 1873 in Ohio.

Joseph next married Lucinda Mack on 9 Oct 1875 in Perry Co., Ohio. Lucinda was born between 1837 and 1838 in Ohio and died before 1900, about age 63.

20. Susannah E. (Ann) Gossman was born on 27 Dec 1848 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 5 Aug 1925 in Norway Or Fairfax, Benton Co., Iowa, at age 76, and was buried in Aug 1925 in Iowa.

General Notes: Morgan Co., Ohio, Marriage Records, Book E, 1 February 1867-19 September 1878, Leonard Brecht and Susanna E. Gassman (Gossman) were married 20 February 1870, by J. S. Collins, Catholic Priest, page 223.
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Church of the Atonement Cemetery records: Gossman, Susannah, wife of John J. died 20 May, 1895, age 79y, 3m, 20d.
Dates for Susannah Gossman Brecht come from "Brecht Family
Tree" by Iver Brecht.
Brecht Family History has her born 1848 and died 30 May 1924 in either Norway or Fairfax, Iowa. Also, the 1900 Census states that she was born February 1848. We previously had a birth date of 27 February 1848. The 1880 Census gives her age as 32, so it sounds like the 1848 date must be right. Don't know where the 23 April 1847 date came from, except that a Gossman descendant, Elmer Gossman, had that date and where he got it, I don't know.

Another source says Susannah was born in Crooksville, Ohio.
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1850 Census, OH, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Pgs. 274B & 275A, Lines 42 & 1, 148/148, 11 & 12 Nov. 1850:
Gosman, John J., head, wm, 29, farmer, mar., OH
Susanna E., wife, wf, 32, mar., MD
Matilda A., dau., wf, 7, attends school, OH
Mary M., dau., wf, 6, attends school, OH
Joseph A., son, wm, 4, attends school, OH
Susanna E., dau., wf, 3, OH
Martha E., dau., wf, 4 mos., OH
John & Susanna can't read or write.

1860 Census, Ohio, Deavertown, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1016, pg.539 (lst half) house #2159, l.13, dated 9 August 1860:
Gossman, John, m, 40, farmer, $3,000, $600, OH
Susannah, wife, f, 42(43), OH(MD)
Matilda A., dau, f, 17, domestic, OH
Mary, dau, f, 15, OH
Joseph, son, m, 12, OH
Susannah, dau, f, 10, OH
Martha E., dau, f, 9, OH
John, son, m, 7, OH
Francis A., son, m, 5, OH
Vincent, son, m, 3, OH
Agathy, dau, f, 2, OH

House #2160, line 24:
Gossman, Catharine*, f, 73, Wirtenburg,GER
Wanamaker, Susanna, f, 11 (no relationship given), OH
*Catharine is the second wife of John's father Andrew.

1870 Census, Ohio, Muskingum Co., Adams Twp., Roll 1250, Dated _______:
Brecht, Leonard, 28, GER
NOTE: Baden, Germany

1880 Census, Iowa, Iowa Co., Lenox Twp., ED200, Sheet 9 (stamped 126A), Line 20, Stamped Page 126A, Dwelling & Family 66, Roll 345, Dated June 5, 1880:
Brecht, Leonard, wm, 38, mar., farmer, GER,GER,GER
S. E., wife, wf, 32, OH,OH,PA
John, son, wm, 9, at school, single, OH,GER,OH
George, son, wm, 7, at school, single, IA,GER,OH
Susannah, dau, wf, 5, single, IA,GER,OH
Isabell, dau, wf, 3, single, IA,GER,OH
Leo, son, wm, 1, single, IA,GER,OH
NOTE: Leonard and his parents were all born in Baden, Germany.

1900 Census, Iowa, Iowa Co., Lenox Twp., Vol. 36, ED44, Stamped Pg.124A, Sheet 4, Line 13, Dwelling & Family 57, Roll 438, Dated June 7, 1900:
Brecht, Leonard, wm, 58, Feb.1842, farmer?, GER,GER,GER
Susannah, wife, wf, 52, Feb.1848, had 12 children, 12 living, OH,OH,PA
Anna (Susannah), dau, wf, 25, Jan.1875, IA,GER,OH
Leo, son, wm, 21, Oct.1878, IA,GER,OH
Caroline, dau, wf, 17, Mar.1883, IA,GER,OH
Ella, dau, wf, 16, Jan.1884, IA,GER,OH
Leonard, son, wm, 14, Jan.1886, IA,GER,OH
Vernick (Veronica), dau, wf, 12, Apr.1888, IA,GER,OH
William, son, wm, 10, Oct.1889, IA,GER,OH
Edgar, son, wm, 8, Mar.1892, IA,GER,OH

1910 Census, Iowa, Iowa Co., Lenox Twp., ED47, Page 9B, Line 52, Dwelling 161, Family 163, Roll 407, Dated May 11, 1910:
Brecht, Leonard, wm, 67(68), M40yrs., farmer, GER,GER,GER
Sunnah (Susannah), wife, wf, 61(62), M40yrs., 12 children, 11 living, OH,OH,PA
William, son, wm, 20, (home) farm laborer IA,GER,OH
Edgar, son, wm, 18, (home) farm laborer, IA,GER,OH
All read and write.

1920 Census, IA, Linn Co., Fairfax Twp., Roll 499, ED91, Sh.4B, Line 80, 12 Jan. 1920:
Brecht, Leonard, head, wm, 77, mar., GER,GER,GER
Suzana E., wife, wf, 71, mar., OH,OH,PA
Leonard immigrated to US in 1854, naturalized in 1865; no occupation; owns house-free of mortgage; both read & write.

Susannah married Leonard Brecht Sr. , son of Unknown and Unknown , on 20 Feb 1870 in Morgan Co. Ohio. Leonard was born on 14 Feb 1842 in Rheinsheim, Baden, Germany, died on 30 May 1924 in Norway, Fairfax, Benton Co., Iowa, at age 82, and was buried in Iowa.

Noted events in his life were:

Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 14 Feb 1842. Rheinsheim, Baden, Germany

Alt. Death: Alt. Death, 30 May 1924. Norway/Fairfax, Iowa

Children from this marriage were:

   107 M    i. John Bernard Brecht was born on 2 Feb 1871 in Coshocton, Coshocton Co., Ohio and died on 18 Jan 1922, at age 50.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Railroad telegrapher

John married Rose Hirt on 13 Nov 1900 in Coshocton, OH. Rose was born on 8 Jul 1878 in Ohio and died in Nov 1966 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa, at age 88.

   108 M    ii. George Leonard Brecht was born on 24 Feb 1873 in Coshocton, Coshocton Co., Ohio and died on 12 Oct 1951, at age 78.

George married Laura Grace Schonborn on 6 Sep 1898. Laura was born on 31 Jul 1875 in Iowa and died in Oct 1952 in Faribault, MN, at age 77.

   109 F    iii. Susannah Elizabeth Brecht was born on 20 Jan 1875 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and died on 15 Jul 1908 in Iowa, at age 33.

Susannah married Stephen J. Busher Jr. on 28 Jun 1902. Stephen was born on 16 May 1876 in Missouri and died on 25 Mar 1954 in Probably Ashtabula Co., OH, at age 77.

   110 F    iv. Isabelle Margaret Brecht was born on 6 Sep 1876 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and died on 20 Aug 1924, at age 47.

Isabelle married Edward C. Eichler on 22 Apr 1896. Edward was born on 5 Aug 1866 in Iowa and died on 20 Oct 1901, at age 35.

Isabelle next married Joseph S. Busher on 20 Nov 1905. Joseph was born on 28 Jun 1882 in Missouri and died on 31 Jan 1965 in Iowa, at age 82.

   111 M    v. Leo Brecht was born BET 12 SEP AND OCT 1878 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and died on 14 Feb 1931, about age 1929.

Leo married Elizabeth P. Windle on 14 Jan 1909. Elizabeth was born on 29 Feb 1888 in Iowa and died on 10 Jul 1961, at age 73.

   112 F    vi. Frances Mary Brecht was born on 18 Jul 1880 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and died on 20 Feb 1957 in Iowa, at age 76.

Frances married Joseph "Joe" G. Boddicker Jr. on 16 Sep 1902. Joseph was born between 1888 and 1889 in Iowa.

   113 F    vii. Caroline Brecht was born on 14 Mar 1882 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and died on 24 Feb 1967, at age 84.

Caroline married Raymond Beuter on 18 Feb 1908.

Caroline next married Joseph S. Busher on 18 May 1926. Joseph was born on 28 Jun 1882 in Missouri and died on 31 Jan 1965 in Iowa, at age 82.

   114 F    viii. Ella Kathryn Brecht was born on 10 Jan 1884 in Iowa and died on 6 Jun 1967 in Vinton, Iowa 52349, at age 83.

Ella married Charles H. Reisser on 21 Jan 1909. Charles was born between 1885 and 1886 in Iowa.

   115 M    ix. Leonard Brecht Jr. was born on 18 Jan 1886 in Iowa and died on 29 Jan 1961, at age 75.

Leonard married Bertha Schneucker on 22 Feb 1911. Bertha was born on 30 Aug 1891 in Iowa and died in Feb 1986 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa, at age 94.

   116 F    x. Veronica Brecht was born on 11 Apr 1888 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and died on 24 Nov 1979, at age 91.

Veronica married Henry Emanuel on 18 Feb 1908. Henry was born on 27 Mar 1886 in Iowa and died in Jul 1977 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa, at age 91.

   117 M    xi. William Albert Brecht was born on 12 Oct 1889 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and died on 8 Mar 1954, at age 64.

William married Amelia L. Weichman on 14 Feb 1914. Amelia was born on 21 Jul 1887 in Iowa and died on 25 Aug 1991, at age 104.

   118 M    xii. Edgar Patrick Brecht was born on 17 Mar 1892 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and died on 17 Apr 1956, at age 64.

Edgar married Elma E. Weichman on 10 Feb 1915. Elma was born on 7 Jan 1896 in Iowa and died in Jun 1987 in San Leandro, Alameda Co., California 94579, at age 91.

21. Martha Eleanor Gossman was born on 13 Jan 1850 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 27 Jan 1931 in Normal, Mclean Co., Illinois, at age 81, and was buried on 29 Jan 1931 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Mclean Co., Illinois.

General Notes: Places of residence: Morgan Co., Ohio, McLean Co., Illinois, Union Co., Iowa
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1850 Census, OH, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Pgs. 274B & 275A, Lines 42 & 1, 148/148, 11 & 12 Nov. 1850:
Gosman, John J., head, wm, 29, farmer, mar., OH
Susanna E., wife, wf, 32, mar., MD
Matilda A., dau., wf, 7, attends school, OH
Mary M., dau., wf, 6, attends school, OH
Joseph A., son, wm, 4, attends school, OH
Susanna E., dau., wf, 3, OH
Martha E., dau., wf, 4 mos., OH
John & Susanna can't read or write.

1860 Census, Ohio, Deavertown, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1016, pg.539 (lst half) house #2159, l.13, dated 9 August 1860:
Gossman, John, m, 40, farmer, $3,000, $600, OH
Susannah, wife, f, 42(43), OH(MD)
Matilda A., dau, f, 17, domestic, OH
Mary, dau, f, 15, OH
Joseph, son, m, 12, OH
Susannah, dau, f, 10, OH
Martha E., dau, f, 9, (10) OH
John, son, m, 7, OH
Francis A., son, m, 5, OH
Vincent, son, m, 3, OH
Agathy, dau, f, 2, OH
House #2160, line 24:
Gossman, Catharine*, f, 73, Wirtenburg,GER
Wanamaker, Susanna, f, 11 (no relationship given), OH
*Catharine is the second wife of John's father Andrew.

1870 Census, Ohio, Malta, P.O. York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1246, Pg.3, l.24, Family #21:
Gossman, John J., wm., 49, farmer, $4,000, $1900, OH
Susannah, wife, wf, 53, PA(Md)
Martha, dau, wf, 20?, helps mother, OH
John, son, wm, 18?, works on farm, OH
Frank, son, wm, 16?, works on farm, OH
Vincent, son, wm, 14?, attends school, OH
Agatha, dau, wf, 12, attends school, OH

1880 Census, OH, Franklin Co., Mifflin, Pg.323C&D, Pgs.15&16, ED16, Lines 47 thru 50 & Lines 1 thru 3, Dated 12 June 1880:
Kistner, Estve/Estev/Estav*, H of F** wm, 31, mar., laborer, GER,GER,GER
Martha, wife, wf, 30, mar., keeps house, OH,OH,OH
Annie, dau., wf, 8, single, attends school, IA,GER,OH
George, son, wm, 7, single, attends school, IA,GER,OH
Matilda, dau., wf, 4, single, IA,GER,OH
John, son, wm, 3, single, OH,GER,OH
Charles, son, wm, 1, single, OH,GER,OH
It doesn't indicate whether anyone can read or write.
*On the National Archives Film T9-1015, FHL Film 1255015 it shows Estve, but on the original it was hard to make out so it could be either of the above ways. That must be the German for "Edward".
**Stands for head of family.

NO KISTNERS IN ILLINOIS IN 1900

1910 Census, ILL, Roll 306, McLean Co., Normal Twp., ED114, Pg.38, Line 1, 113/113, Dated 29 Apr. 1910:
Kistner, Edward, wm, 61, M.1-40yrs., GER,GER,GER
Martha, wife, wf, 60, M.1-40yrs., 11ch., 10 liv., OH,OH,OH
Joseph, son, wm, 15, ILL,GER,OH
Florence*, gr-dau., wf, 8, ILL,IA,ILL
Marget*, gr-dau., wf, 14, ILL,IA,ILL
*These are the children of George Edward Kistner & Mary Ellen Penn

1920 Census, ILL, Roll 387, McLean Co., Normal Twp., Jersey Ave., ED Pg.150B, Sheet 5B, Line 75, 101/101, Dated 12-13 January 1920:
Kistner, Edward, wm, 71, mar., farmer-fruit farm, GER,GER,GER
Martha, wife, wf, 69, mar., OH,OH,OH
Owns farm, Immigrated 1850, Citizen 1872. Speaks English. Mother tongue german.

1930 Census -- Martha is not there.

Martha married Edward (Kuestner) Kistner on 15 Jan 1871 in Morgan Co., Ohio. Edward was born on 15 Apr 1849 in Baden, Germany, died on 20 Jun 1921 in Normal, Mclean Co., Illinois, at age 72, and was buried on 22 Jun 1921 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Mclean Co., Illinois.

Children from this marriage were:

   119 F    i. Anna Kistner was born on 16 Dec 1871 in Afton, Union Co., Iowa, died on 1 Mar 1949 in Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois, at age 77, and was buried on 4 Mar 1949 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois.

Noted events in her life were:

Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 16 Dec 1871.

Anna married ? Raycroft before 1895.

Anna next married George Edward Gossman , son of John William Gossman and Mary Jane Giles , on 22 Jul 1897 in Pontiac, Livingston Co., Illinois. George was born on 25 Sep 1874 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, died on 8 Jun 1957 in Normal, Mclean Co., Illinois, at age 82, and was buried on 11 Jun 1957 in St. Mary's Cem., Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Farmer

   120 M    ii. George Edward Kistner was born on 4 May 1873 in Afton, Union Co., Iowa, died on 6 May 1925 in Towanda, Mclean Co., Illinois, at age 52, and was buried on 8 May 1925 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Mclean Co., Illinois.

George married Mary Ellen (Mayme) Penn on 25 Aug 1892 in Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois. Mary was born on 9 Apr 1873 in Bloomington, Illinois, died on 20 Aug 1935 in Bloomington, Illinois, at age 62, and was buried on 23 Aug 1935 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Mclean Co., Illinois.

   121 F    iii. Matilda Sarah "Tillie" Kistner was born on 21 Jul 1875 in Perry Co. , Ohio, died on 29 Jan 1921 in Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois, at age 45, and was buried in 1921 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Mclean Co., Illinois.

Matilda married William H. Goff on 20 Nov 1894 in Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois. William was born between 1864 and 1865 in PA.

   122 M    iv. John Edward Kistner was born between 10 Jun 1876-1877 in Dresden, Muskingum Co., Ohio, died on 3 Mar 1948 in Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois, about age 71, and was buried on 6 Mar 1948 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Mclean Co., Illinois.

John married Lucille Burns between 1896 and 1897 in Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois. Lucille was born in Jun 1870 in Ohio.

John next married Frances about 1921 in Probably Illinois. Frances was born between 1879 and 1880 in Illinois.

   123 M    v. Charles Kistner was born on 13 May 1879 in Zanesville, Muskingum Co., Ohio, died on 31 Aug 1948 in Janesville, Rock Co., Wisconsin, at age 69, and was buried on 2 Sep 1948 in Calvary Cemetery, Ross Co., Wisconsin.

Charles married Frances Maier about 1900. Frances was born in Mar 1883 in Illinois.

   124 M    vi. Otto Kistner was born on 6 Nov 1881 in Fithian, Vermilion Co., Illinois, died on 14 Sep 1929 in Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois, at age 47, and was buried on 16 Sep 1929 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Mclean Co., Illinois.

   125 M    vii. Arthur "Artie" Kistner was born on 2 Dec 1883 in Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois, died on 28 Mar 1963 in Lincoln, Logan Co., Illinois, at age 79, and was buried on 30 Mar 1963 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Logan Co., Illinois.

Arthur married Laura Eckhart on 1 Nov 1906 in Illinois. Laura was born between 1890 and 1891 in Illinois.

   126 M    viii. Frank Kistner was born on 22 Jun 1888 in Normal, Mclean Co., Illinois, died on 13 Mar 1956 in Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois, at age 67, and was buried on 16 Mar 1956 in Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois.

Frank married Annette Burns in 1913 in Peoria, Peoria Co., Illinois. Annette was born between 1891 and 1892 in Ohio.

   127 F    ix. Alfretta Kistner was born on 1 Jan 1890 in Normal, Mclean Co., Illinois, died on 23 Jun 1913 in Lincoln, Logan Co., Illinois, at age 23, and was buried in Jun 1913 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Mclean Co., Illinois.

Alfretta married Fred Eckhart .

   128 M    x. Joseph Kistner was born on 11 Mar 1895 in Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois, died on 1 Apr 1951 in Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois, at age 56, and was buried on 4 Apr 1951 in East Lawn Memorial Cemetery, Mclean Co., Illinois.

Joseph married Fayette Burns before Sep 1929. Fayette was born between 1898 and 1899 in Illinois.

Noted events in their marriage were:

Divorced: Divorced.

Joseph next married Nellie Stauffer on 5 Oct 1929 in Pontiac, Livingston Co., Illinois. Nellie was born between 1892 and 1893 in Illinois.

   129 U    xi. ? Kistner died before 1910.

22. John William Gossman was born on 12 Dec 1851 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 1 Dec 1922 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 70, and was buried in Dec 1922 in Church Of Atonement Cemetery, Perry Co., Ohio. The cause of his death was stomach trouble.

General Notes: John William Gossman was a farmer in the summer time and a coal miner in the winter time.
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Perry County, Ohio, Marriage Records: Year 1873, Gossman, John W. m. Mary Giles, Book 5, Page 341.
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Church of the Atonement Cemetery, Section D, Row 7, John W. Gossman, b. Dec. 12, 1851, d. Dec. 1, 1922.
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1860 Census, Ohio, Deavertown, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1016, pg.539 (lst half) house #2159, l.13, dated 9 August 1860:
Gossman, John, m, 40, farmer, $3,000, $600, OH
Susannah, wife, f, 42(43), OH(MD)
Matilda A., dau, f, 17, domestic, OH
Mary, dau, f, 15, OH
Joseph, son, m, 12, OH
Susannah, dau, f, 10, OH
Martha E., dau, f, 9, OH
John, son, m, 7, OH
Francis A., son, m, 5, OH
Vincent, son, m, 3, OH
Agathy, dau, f, 2, OH
1870 Census, Ohio, Malta, P.O. York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1246, Pg.3, l.24, Family #21:
Gossman, John J., wm., 49, farmer, $4,000, $1900, OH
Susannah, wife, wf, 53, PA(Md)
Martha, dau, wf, 20?, helps mother, OH
John, son, wm, 18?, works on farm, OH
Frank, son, wm, 16?, works on farm, OH
Vincent, son, wm, 14?, attends school, OH
Agatha, dau, wf, 12, attends school, OH

1880 Census, Ohio, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1053, ED 150, pg.4, l.l, Family #28, dated 4 & 5 June 1880:
Gossman, John W. wm, 28(27), Mar., farmer, OH,OH,MD
Mary, wife, wf, 26, Mar., OH,OH,OH
George, son, wm, 5, OH,OH,OH
William, son, wm, 4, OH,OH,OH
Charles, son, wm, 2, OH,OH,OH
Frank, son, wm, 1, OH,OH,OH

1900 Census, Ohio,Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1313, ED61, pg.14, l.23, dated 13 June 1900:
Gossman, John W. wm, 47 Dec. 1852, M.26yrs., farmer, owns farm, OH,OH,OH(MD)
Mary J., wife, wf, 46, June 1854, M.26yrs.,had 13? children, 12 living, OH,OH,OH
William H., son, wm, 24, farms, OH,OH,OH
*John F., son, wm, 21, Dec.1878, farms, OH,OH,OH
Lizzie M., dau, wf, 19, Dec.1880, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Clement, son, wm, 16, Apr. 1883, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Zetta, dau, wf, 14, Nov. 1885, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Omer, son, wm, 12, Aug. 1887, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Mary B., dau, wf, 11, May 1889, attends school, OH,OH,OH
**Bertha R., dau, wf, 9, Mar.1891, OH,OH,OH
**Clara A., dau, wf, 7, Feb.1893, OH,OH,OH
Lucy E., dau, wf, 4, Jun. 1895, OH,OH,OH
James C., Son, wm, 2, Sep. 1897, OH,OH,OH
*Frank in the 1880 Census
** The census didn't indicate that they were in school.
All of the children are single.
It said that all - from parents through Mary can read and write.

1910 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1222, ED126, pg.18, l._, family #349, dated 9 May 1910:
Gossman, John W., wm, 58(57), wid., farmer, owns farm, OH,OH,MD
William H., son, wm, 33,(34?), farms, OH,OH,OH
*Francis J., son, wm, 30(31), farms, OH,OH,OH
Omar J., son, wm, 22, OH,OH,OH
Bertha R., dau., wf, 19, OH,OH,OH
Clara A., dau, wf, 17, OH,OH,OH
Lucy H., dau, wf, 14, attends school, OH,OH,OH
**Cornelius, son, wm, 12, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Mickey, Joseph, boarder, wm, 22, coal miner, OH,OH,OH
*John F. above in 1900, and Frank in the 1880.
**James C. above in 1900 census.
All the children and the boarder are single.

1920 Census, OH, Perry Co., Harrison Twp., Crooksville Rd., Roll 1426, ED62, Sh. 4B, Line 77, 91/93, 23 January 1920:
Gossman, John, head, wm, 68, mar., OH,OH,MD
Katharine, wife, wf, 52, mar., OH,OH,IRE
William, son, wm, 44, single, OH,OH,OH
Frank, son, wm, 40, single, OH,OH,OH
Omer, son, wm, 33, single, OH,OH,OH
Clemts (Clements), Mary, step-dau., wf, 22, single, OH,OH,OH
John is a farmer-general farming. Mary is a laborer-pottery. William, Frank and Omer can't read & write. John, Katharine & Mary can read & write.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1880. Ohio, Morgan Co., York Twp.

Census: 1900. Harrison Twp.,Perry Co.,Ohio

Census: 1910. Harrison Twp.,Perry Co.,Ohio

John married Mary Jane Giles , daughter of Unknown and Unknown , on 25 Nov 1873 in Perry Co., Ohio. Mary was born on 22 Jan 1854 in McLuney, Perry Co., Ohio, died on 6 Apr 1906 in Rose Farm, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 52, and was buried in Apr 1906 in Church Of Atonement Cemetery, Perry Co., Ohio. The cause of her death was consumption.

Children from this marriage were:

   130 M    i. George Edward Gossman was born on 25 Sep 1874 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, died on 8 Jun 1957 in Normal, Mclean Co., Illinois, at age 82, and was buried on 11 Jun 1957 in St. Mary's Cem., Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Farmer

George married Anna Kistner , daughter of Edward (Kuestner) Kistner and Martha Eleanor Gossman , on 22 Jul 1897 in Pontiac, Livingston Co., Illinois. Anna was born on 16 Dec 1871 in Afton, Union Co., Iowa, died on 1 Mar 1949 in Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois, at age 77, and was buried on 4 Mar 1949 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Bloomington, Mclean Co., Illinois.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 0 )

   131 M    ii. William Henry Gossman was born on 25 May 1877 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, died on 14 Jan 1928 in Pickaway County, Ohio, at age 50, and was buried on 17 Jan 1928 in Roseville, Ohio. The cause of his death was pulmonary Tuberculosis (sp?).

   132 M    iii. Charles Vincent Gossman was born BET 8 AND 9 AUG 1877 in Dry Run, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 14 May 1974 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio 43731, and was buried between 1972 and 1974 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

Charles married Mary Mable Blosser on 19 Sep 1903. Mary was born in 1885, died in 1965, at age 80, and was buried in 1965 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1910. Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1920. Harrison Twp.,Perry Co.,Ohio

   133 M    iv. John Francis "Frank" Gossman was born on 20 Dec 1878 in Dry Run, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 15 Jun 1933 in Perry Co., Ohio, at age 54, and was buried in Jun 1933 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1910. York, Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1920. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

   134 F    v. Elizabeth Madaline "Lizzie" Gossman was born on 17 Sep 1880 in Dry Run, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 10 Jun 1950, at age 69, and was buried in Jun 1950 in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Clayton Twp., Perry Co., Ohio.

Elizabeth married Elias Bradshaw on 16 Apr 1903 in Perry Co., Ohio. Elias was born on 29 Jan 1875 in Ohio, died in Mar 1969 in New Lexington, Ohio 43764, at age 94, and was buried in Mar 1969 in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Clayton Twp., Perry Co., Ohio.

   135 M    vi. Infant Gossman was born on 14 Nov 1881 in Dry Run, Morgan Co., Ohio and died on 17 Nov 1881 in Dry Run, Morgan Co., Ohio.

   136 M    vii. Clement Edward Gossman was born on 9 Apr 1883 in Dry Run, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 3 Oct 1974 in McConnelsville, Morgan Co., Ohio 43756, at age 91, and was buried on 5 Oct 1974 in Church Of Atonement Cemetey, Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio. The cause of his death was acute Cardio-circulatory failure due to arterioscleroticcardiovascular disease.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1920. Lexington Twp., Stark Co., Ohio

Clement married Blanch Shreivers on 29 Aug 1904. Blanch was born between 1890 and 1891 in Ohio.

Noted events in their marriage were:

Divorced: Divorced.

Clement next married Stella after 1913. Stella was born between 1888 and 1889 in Ohio.

   137 F    viii. Zita Belle "Zetta" Gossman was born on 30 Nov 1885 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio and died on 12 Apr 1971, at age 85.

Zita married James Leo Duffy , son of Unknown and Unknown , on 14 May 1907 in Perry Co., Ohio. James was born in Sep 1883 in Ohio and died on 26 Jun 1948, at age 64.

Noted events in his life were:

Alt. Birth: Sep 1883. Ohio

   138 M    ix. Omer John Gossman was born on 24 Aug 1887 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 10 Sep 1933 in Perry Co., Ohio, at age 46, and was buried on 10 Sep 1933 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

   139 F    x. Mary Blanche Gossman was born on 3 May 1889 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co. Ohio and died on 30 Jan 1901 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, at age 11. The cause of her death was membranous croup.

   140 F    xi. Bertha Rebecca Gossman was born on 31 Mar 1891 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 30 Apr 1983 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio 43731, at age 92, and was buried on 3 May 1983 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry. The cause of her death was acute Myocardial Infraction due to ASHD & CBS.

Bertha married William B. Corbett on 11 Nov 1913 in Perry Co.?, Ohio. William was born on 14 May 1885 in Rendville, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 7 Jun 1952 in Perry Co.?, Ohio, at age 67, and was buried in Jun 1952 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

   141 F    xii. Clara Agness Gossman was born on 12 Feb 1893 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, died on 1 Jan 1978 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio 43731, at age 84, and was buried in Jan 1978 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

Clara married Joseph B. Mickey on 31 May 1910. Joseph was born on 14 Jul 1887 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio 43731, died in Jun 1968 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio 43731, at age 80, and was buried in Jun 1968 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

   142 F    xiii. Lucy Henrietta Gossman was born on 28 Jun 1895 in York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 25 Aug 1967 in Junction City, Ohio 43748, at age 72, and was buried on 28 Aug 1967 in Church Of Atonement Cemetey, Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio. The cause of her death was coronary Occulsion* due to ASHD** Arteriosclerosis (generalized)***.

   143 M    xiv. James Clarence Gossman was born on 22 Sep 1897 in String Town, Perry Co., Ohio, died in Nov 1984 in Marietta, Washington Co., Ohio 45750, at age 87, and was buried in Nov 1984 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1920. Harrison Twp.,Perry Co.,Ohio

James married Della Hauk on 12 Mar 1918. Della was born on 29 Sep 1904 in Ohio and died in Jan 1994 in Columbus, Ohio 43223, at age 89.

James next married Wilda Barry on 8 Dec 1961.

John next married Mary Cathryn Clements after May 1910.

23. Francis Andrew Gossman was born on 30 Apr 1854 in Rose Farm. Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 5 May 1912 in Viking, Alberta, Canada, at age 58, and was buried in May 1912 in Viking Cemetery, Viking, Alberta, Canada.

General Notes: Information about Francis A. Gossman came from Vonda Coulter.

Places of residence: Morgan Co., Ohio, Buena Vista, Co.-Clay Co., Iowa, and Alberta, Canada.

Sources for Francis and Elizabeth are 1895 Iowa State Census: Herdland Twp.,Clay Co., Iowa, Vol. 309, line 3, page 134; Elizabeth's obit.; Baptismal Certificate for Francis Sebastion; 1860 Federal Census, Saltlick Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, Roll #226d; Marriage and Death Certificates for Fred L. Gordon.

1860 Census, Ohio, Deavertown, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1016, pg.539 (lst half) house #2159, l.13, dated 9 August 1860:
Gossman, John, m, 40, farmer, $3,000, $600, OH
Susannah, wife, f, 42(43), OH(MD)
Madilda A., dau, f, 17, domestic, OH
Mary, dau, f, 15, OH
Joseph, son, m, 12, OH
Susannah, dau, f, 10, OH
Martha E., dau, f, 9, OH
John, son, m, 7, OH
Francis A., son, m, 5, OH
Vincent, son, m, 3, OH
Agathy, dau, f, 2, OH
House #2160, line 24:
Gossman, Catharine*, f, 73, Wirtenburg,GER
Wanamaker, Susanna, f, 11 (no relationship given), OH
*Catharine is the second wife of John's father Andrew.

1870 Census, Ohio, Malta, P.O. York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1246, Pg.3, l.24, Family #21:
Gossman, John J., wm., 49, farmer, $4,000, $1900, OH
Susannah, wife, wf, 53, PA(Md)
Martha, dau, wf, 20?, helps mother, OH
John, son, wm, 18?, works on farm, OH
Frank, son, wm, 16?, works on farm, OH
Vincent, son, wm, 14?, attends school, OH
Agatha, dau, wf, 12, attends school, OH
John's parents born in Germany.

1880 Census -- Not there.

Francis married Elizabeth Loretta McGrady in 1878 in Ohio. Elizabeth was born on 4 Nov 1854 in Perry Co., Ohio, died on 6 Oct 1937 in Viking, Alberta, Canada, at age 82, and was buried in Oct 1937 in Viking Cemetery, Viking, Alberta, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

   144 F    i. Katie Gossman was born in 1880 in Buena Vista, Iowa.

Katie married W. M. Havens .

   145 M    ii. Vincent J. Gossman was born in 1881 in Buena Vista, Iowa.

Vincent married (name unknown).

   146 F    iii. Bessie E. Gossman was born in 1884 in Buena Vista, Iowa.

Bessie married E. H. Kirsch .

   147 M    iv. Fred Lawrence "Francis Sebastion Gossman" Gordon was born BET 14 AND 16 NOV 1886 in Buena Vista, Iowa, died on 12 Aug 1960 in Tacoma, Pierce Co., Washington, about age 1956, and was buried in Aug 1960 in Calvary Cemetery, Tacoma Pierce Co., Washington.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Grocer

Fred married Esther M. Northover on 4 Aug 1918 in Spanaway, Pierce Co., Washington. Esther M. Northover was buried in Sep 1964 in Calvary Cemetery, Ross Co., Wisconsin.

   148 M    v. Lawrence P. Gossman was born in 1889 in Buena Vista County, Iowa.

Lawrence married Ellen .

   149 F    vi. Martina Eliza Gossman was born in 1894 in Herdland, Clay Co., Iowa and died in 1977, at age 83.

Martina married Peter William Lacina . Peter was born in 1890 and died in 1928, at age 38.

24. Vincent Charles Gossman was born BET 24 AND 25 MAR 1856 in Rose Farm, Morgan County, Ohio, died on 19 May 1932 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, about age 1928, and was buried on 21 May 1932 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio. The cause of his death was chronic Valvular Heart Disease.

General Notes: Perry County, Ohio, Marriage Records: Year 1879, Gossman, Vincent m. Theresa Giles, Book 6, Page 97.
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Perry Co., Ohio, Death Records: Registration District #1014, Primary Registration Dist. #3089, Registered #209, Trade: Loader at Coal Mine; Vincent Gossman died in Crooksville, Ohio, on 19 May 1932, age 76 years, l month, 25 days of chronic valvular heart disease; Married; White; Wife: Theresa Giles; Informant: Leo Gossman; burial: Atonement Cemetery; Father: John Gossman, Born Morgan Co., Ohio; Mother: Susan Pearl, born Penna. Note: Susan was not born in Penna. - she was born in Frederick Co., Maryland. Death record has that Vincent was born in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio.
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Church of the Atonement Cemetery Records: Section C, Row 8, Vincent Gossman, 1856 - 1932

Vincent was a miner.

1860 Census, Ohio, Deavertown, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1016, pg.539 (lst half) house #2159, l.13, dated 9 August 1860:
Gossman, John, m, 40, farmer, $3,000, $600, OH
Susannah, wife, f, 42(43), OH(MD)
Madilda A., dau, f, 17, domestic, OH
Mary, dau, f, 15, OH
Joseph, son, m, 12, OH
Susannah, dau, f, 10, OH
Martha E., dau, f, 9, OH
John, son, m, 7, OH
Francis A., son, m, 5, OH
Vincent, son, m, 3, OH
Agathy, dau, f, 2, OH
House #2160, line 24:
Gossman, Catharine*, f, 73, Wirtenburg,GER
Wanamaker, Susanna, f, 11 (no relationship given), OH
*Catharine is the second wife of John's father Andrew.

1870 Census, Ohio, Malta, P.O. York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1246, Pg.3, l.24, Family #21:
Gossman, John J., wm., 49, farmer, $4,000, $1900, OH
Susannah, wife, wf, 53, PA(Md)
Martha, dau, wf, 20?, helps mother, OH
John, son, wm, 18?, works on farm, OH
Frank, son, wm, 16?, works on farm, OH
Vincent, son, wm, 14?, attends school, OH
Agatha, dau, wf, 12, attends school, OH

1880 Census -- Not there.

1900 Census, Ohio, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1309, ED39, pg.4B, l.75, dated 6 & 7 June, 1900:
Gossman, Vincent, wm, 44, Mar.1856, M19?yrs., farmer, owns farm, OH,OH,MD(Oh)
Barbara, wife, wf, 41, Mar.1859, M19?yrs., 9 children, 7 living, OH,PA,OH
John, son, wm, 20, May 1880, coal miner, OH,OH,OH
Leo, son, wm, 18?, Jun.1881, farm laborer, OH,OH,OH
Joe, son, wm, 16, Mar.1884, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Emma, dau, wf, 14, Nov.1885, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Rosa, dau, wf, 13, May 1887, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Matilda, dau, wf, 11, Jan.1888?, OH,OH,OH
All can read and write.

1910 Census, Ohio, Morgan Co., Roll 1219, ED53,pg.9B, l.62, Family #195, dated 4 May 1910:
Gossman, Vincent, mu*m, 54,M30?yrs., farmer, owns farm, OH,OH,MD(Oh)
Barbara, wife, wf, 51, M30?yrs., OH,PA,OH
Leo, son, mu*m, 28, coal miner, OH,PA,OH
**Tillie, dau, mu*f, 21, single, OH,OH,OH
Orphans:foster children:
Christie,Charles, wm, 7
***Christie, Ellesie B., wf, 4
All but Charles and Ellesie can read and write.
* Other censuses say white.
**Matilda in the 1900 Census, "Tillie" is her nick name.
***Her name is Elizabeth.

1920 Census, Ohio, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1416, ED83, Pg.294, Sh.8, l.7, Family #162, Dated 19 & 20 Jan 1920:
Gossman, Vincent, wm, 63, mar., farmer, owns farm, OH,OH,OH
Barbara, wife, wf, 60, mar., OH,OH,OH(PA)
Christy, Elizabeth, foster dau., wf, 15, single, OH,OH,OH
Owns home-free of mortg.; all read & write.

1930 Census, OH, Perry Co., Harrison Twp., Crooksville Village, Whitehouse St., Roll 1860, ED64-7, Sheet 9B, Pg.250B, Line 75, Dated 10, Apr. 1930:
Gossman, Vincent, wm, 74, M. at 23, OH,OH,MD
Barbara T., wife, wf, 71, M. at 20, OH,US,US
Owns house, value $2,000, no radio, no occupation, not a veteran.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1910. Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1920. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Vincent married Barbara Theresa Giles , daughter of Unknown and Unknown , on 2 Aug 1879 in Perry Co., Ohio. Barbara was born on 22 Mar 1859 in Ohio, died on 7 Jun 1937, at age 78, and was buried in Jun 1937 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry. The cause of her death was cerebral Hemmorhage.

Children from this marriage were:

   150 M    i. John F. Gossman was born on 15 May 1880 in Ohio, died in Aug 1969 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio 43731, at age 89, and was buried in Aug 1969 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

Noted events in his life were:

Social Sec.: #270-07-9075

Census: 1900. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1910. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1920. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

John married Katherine Elizabeth Guinsler between 1901 and 1902 in Probably Perry County, OH. Katherine was born in Feb 1883 in Ohio, died in 1954, at age 71, and was buried in 1954 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

   151 M    ii. Leo Vincent Gossman was born on 3 Jun 1881 in Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 8 Apr 1973 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio 43731, at age 91, and was buried in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1910. Morgan Co., Ohio

Leo married Bertha Gossman . Bertha was born between 1874 and 1875 in Indiana.

   152 F    iii. Mary May Gossman was born on 15 Dec 1882 in Morgan Co., Ohio, died in 1966, at age 84, and was buried in 1966 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

Mary married Delmar W. Rambo about 1901 in Morgan Co., Ohio?. Delmar was born on 26 Jun 1878 in Ohio, died in Apr 1964 in Perry Co., Ohio, at age 85, and was buried in Apr 1964 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

   153 M    iv. Joseph F. Gossman was born on 24 Mar 1884 in Morgan Co., Ohio and died on 4 Sep 1962 in Springfield, Mass., at age 78.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Joseph married May Starkey on 29 Apr 1914 in Springfield, Mass. May was born about 1894 in England.

   154 F    v. Emma A. Gossman was born on 13 Nov 1885 in York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, died in 1944 in Perry Co., Ohio, at age 59, and was buried in 1944 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1900. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Emma married John S. (Guinsler) Ginsler about 1909 in Perry Co., Ohio?. John was born on 25 Jun 1884 in Ohio, died in Dec 1976 in Hebron, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 92, and was buried in Dec 1976 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

   155 F    vi. Rosa Hellen Gossman was born on 8 May 1887 in York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohiio, died on 3 Jan 1960 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 72, and was buried in Jan 1960 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1900. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1910. Morgan Co., Ohio

Rosa married Percy Francis Redfern on 2 Oct 1912. Percy was born on 6 Sep 1889 in Winshill Near Burton-On-Trent, England, died on 3 Jul 1982 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio 43731, at age 92, and was buried in Jul 1982 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

   156 F    vii. Matilda "Tillie" Ann Gossman was born on 3 Jan 1889 in York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 26 Nov 1971 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio 43731, at age 82, and was buried in Nov 1971 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1900. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1910. Morgan Co., Ohio

Matilda married Fredrick A. Corbett about 1909. Fredrick was born on 8 Mar 1883 in Corning, Monroe Twp., Ohio, died in 1947 in Perry Co., Ohio, at age 64, and was buried in 1947 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

   157 U    viii. Twin Babies Gossman was born on 25 Apr 1891 in Deavertown, Morgan Co., Ohio.

   158 M    ix. Charles Christie was born between 1902 and 1903.

   159 F    x. Elizabeth B. Christie was born between 1905 and 1906 in Ohio.

25. Agatha Veronica Gossman was born on 27 Mar 1858 in Rose Farm, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 14 Jan 1937 at Her Home In Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 78, and was buried in 1937 in Church Of Atonement Cemetey, Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio. The cause of her death was uremia & Papillary Carcinoma of the Bladder.

General Notes: Perry Co., Ohio, Birth Records have Nash, Josephine, father Joseph, mother Bertha Gosman, female, white, b. 14, Feb. 1891, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio.

Church of the Atonement Cemetery Records: Section D, Row 4, Nash, Agatha, 1858 - 1937
Census records say she was born March 1859.
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Perry Co., Ohio, Death Records; Registration Dist. #1014, File #158; Primary Regis. Dist. #3089; Registered #447; Veronica Agatha Gossman; Residence 522 Grant Street, Crooksville, Ohio; Died: 14 Jan. 1937, 78 years, 9 months, 17 days, of uremia and papillary carcinoma of the bladder; Female; White, Widow; Date of Birth: 27 March 1858, Perry Co., Ohio; Father's Name: John Gossman, born Ohio; Mother: Susannah Pearl, born Penna.; Informant: Mrs. Harry Sharpe, Crooksville, Ohio; Burial Atonement Cemetery, 18 January 1937, (Susannah Pearl was NOT born in Penna. -- she was born in Frederick Co., Maryland. Veronica Agatha's name is really " Agatha Veronica". On the above Death Certificate it lists her birth year as 1858 -- on the 1900 Census she is listed as born March 1859. It seems that the death certificate is the correct date though.
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New Lexington Tribune, 7 Apr. 1898: McLuney: Mrs. Joseph Nash, of near Corning, was the guest of relatives in this locality last week.

1860 Census, Ohio, Deavertown, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1016, pg.539 (lst half) house #2159, l.13, dated 9 August 1860:
Gossman, John, m, 40, farmer, $3,000, $600, OH
Susannah, wife, f, 42(43), OH(MD)
Matilda A., dau, f, 17, domestic, OH
Mary, dau, f, 15, OH
Joseph, son, m, 12, OH
Susannah, dau, f, 10, OH
Martha E., dau, f, 9, OH
John, son, m, 7, OH
Francis A., son, m, 5, OH
Vincent, son, m, 3, OH
Agathy, dau, f, 2, OH
House #2160, line 24:
Gossman, Catharine*, f, 73, Wirtenburg,GER
Wanamaker, Susanna, f, 11 (no relationship given), OH
*Catharine is the second wife of John's father Andrew.

1870 Census, Ohio, Malta, P.O. York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1246, Pg.3, l.24, Family #21:
Gossman, John J., wm., 49, farmer, $4,000, $1900, OH
Susannah, wife, wf, 53, PA(Md)
Martha, dau, wf, 20?, helps mother, OH
John, son, wm, 18?, works on farm, OH
Frank, son, wm, 16?, works on farm, OH
Vincent, son, wm, 14?, attends school, OH
Agatha, dau, wf, 12, attends school, OH

1880 Census, Ohio, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll 1053, ED150, Pg.4, l.25, Family #34:
*Gossman, John J. wm, 59, farmer, OH,BADEN,BADEN
Susannah, wife, wf, 63, OH(Md),MD,MD
Agathie, dau, wf, 21, OH,OH,MD
*John had a broken shoulder at census time.

1900 Census, Ohio, Rendville Voting Prec., Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1313, ED66, pg.13 (147A), 1.38, dated 20 June 1900:
Nash, Joseph J., wm, 49, Apr.1851, M.10yrs., farmer, owns farm, OH,OH,OH
Agatha, wife, wf, 41, Mar.1859, M10yrs., OH,OH,PA(Md)
Martina, dau, wf, 9, Jan. 1891, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Vincent, son, wm, 6, Dec.1893, OH,OH,OH
Joseph and Agatha both read and write.

1910 Census, Ohio, Morgan Co., York Twp., Roll 1219, ED53, pg.4B or 9B, l.87, family #280, Dated 4 May 1910
Nash, Joseph J., wm, 54*(59), M20yrs., farmer, owns farm, OH,GER(Oh),GER
Agatha, wife, mu*f, 52, M20yrs., 2 children, 2 living, OH,OH,PA(Md)
Martina, dau, wf, 19, single, OH,OH,OH(Md)
Vincent, son, wm, 16, single, OH,OH,OH(Md)
Gossman, John J., father-in-law, wm, 89, OH,GER,GER
Entire family reads and writes, except John Gossman.
*This is the only time Agatha is listed this way -- other censuses say white.

1920 Census, OH, Morgan Co., York Twp., ED83, Pg.294, Sh. 8A, Line 4, 160/161, 19 & 20 January 1920:
Nash, Agatha, head, wf, 61, widow, OH,OH,ENG
Martina J., dau., wf, 28, single, OH,OH,OH
Vincent J., son, wm, 26, single, farmer-general farming, OH,OH,OH

1930 Census, OH, Roll 1860, Perry Co.,, Harrison Twp., Crooksville Village, Grant Street, ED64-7, Sheet 5A, Pg.246, Line 19, Dated Apr. 5, 1930:
Nash, Agatha H., wf, 72, widow, no occup., OH,OH,PA
Owns house, value $1,000; can read & write; no radio.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1860. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1870. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Agatha married Joseph J. Nash on 24 Sep 1888. Joseph was born on 17 Apr 1851 in Ohio, died on 26 Nov 1915 in Morgan Co., Ohio, at age 64, and was buried on 29 Nov 1915 in St. Francis Cemetery/Chapel Hill, Row 4, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH. The cause of his death was epilepsy.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900. Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1910. Morgan Co., Ohio

Children from this marriage were:

   160 F    i. Martina J. Nash was born on 14 Jan 1891 in Ohio, died in Sep 1973 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio 43731, at age 82, and was buried in Sep 1973 in Church Of Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1900. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1910. Morgan Co., Ohio

Martina married Harry Sharp between 1920 and 1923 in Probably Perry Co., Ohio. Harry was born on 13 May 1889 in England, died in Aug 1963 in Crooksville?, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 74, and was buried in Aug 1963 in Church Of Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio.

   161 M    ii. Vincent Joseph Nash was born on 28 Dec 1893 in Chapel Hill, Monroe Twp, Perry Co., OH, died on 13 Aug 1971 in Crooksville, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., OH 43731, at age 77, and was buried in Aug 1971 in Church Of Atonement Cemetery, Sec.D, Row 3, Crooksville, OH.

Noted events in his life were:

Military: WWI, PFC, 18th Infantry

Census: 1900. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1910. Morgan Co., Ohio

Vincent married Emma D. Mickey between 1920 and 1922. Emma was born in 1896 in Wellston, Jackson Co., Ohio, died on 10 Sep 1944 in Crooksville, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., OH, at age 48, and was buried in 1944 in Church Of Atonement Cemetery, Section D, Row 3, Crooksville, OH.

26. Martha E. Deaver was born on 14 May 1844 in Chapel Hill, Perry County, Ohio.

General Notes: Perry County Female Marriages: Year 1863, Deaver, Martha E. m. William Appleman, Book 4, Page 240.
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There is a James J. Oferrell who married a Mrs. Martha Appleman, 11 January 1887 by B. M. Boyen. I wonder if this is our Martha???
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Martha was mentioned in her grandfather Lawrence Pearl's Will.
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1850 Census, Perry Twp., Bearfield Twp., Roll 719, Pg.276, Line 33, 168/168, Nov. 13, 1850:
Henry T. Deaver, male, 27, merchant?, OH
Sarah A., female, 30, PA
Martha, female, 5, attends school, OH
Francis, male, 4, attends school, OH
Minerva, female, 1, OH
Benedict Pearl*, male, 17, laborer, PA
*Brother of Sarah Ann

1860 Census, OH, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Line 8, 752/679, July 26, 1860:
Henry T. Deaver, male, 37, const. carpenter, OH
Martha, female, 27, OH
Martha, female, 16, domestic, attends school, OH
Francis, male, 14, attends school, OH
Minerva, female, 12, attends school, OH
Mary, female, 11, attends school, OH
Lucinda, female, 6, attends school, OH
Roseann female, 3, OH
Sarah, female, 1, OH
Henry's wife Martha can't read or write.
Lucinda, Roseann & Sarah are the children of Henry & Martha. The other children are Henry's & Sarah's.

1860 Census, Ohio, Ward l, Zanesville, Muskingum Co., Roll #1018, pg.166 (stamped) 2nd half--#76 (handwritten) l.38, Dwelling and Family #532, Dated 13 July 1860:
Springer, Bartholomew, wm, 37, cooking, FRANCE
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 30, OH(Pa)
*Dever, Martha, wf, 16, OH
*The correct spelling is Deaver. She is the daughter of Sarah Ann, deceased, & Henry T. Deaver, & niece of the Springers.

1870 Census, Ohio, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Roll 1255, Pg.10B, Line 15:
Appleman, William, 31, wm, family farming, OH
Martha, wife, wf, 26, keeping house, OH
May M., dau., 6, wf, OH
Sarah C., dau., 4, wf, OH
Louis F., son, 2, wm, OH

1880 Census, OH, Morgan Co., Deavertown,Roll 1053, ED150, Pg209D, Line 13, 12/13, June 17,1880:
Appleman, Martha, head, wf, 36, widow, keeping house, OH,OH,OH
Annie*, dau., wf, 14, S, housekeeper, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Ida, dau., wf, 10, S, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Perley, son, wm, 5, S, OH,OH,OH
*Probably Sarah Ann - age checks out.

Noted events in her life were:

Marriage Record: 13 Apr 1863. Book 4, Pg. 240

Martha married William P. Appleman on 13 Apr 1863 in Perry Co., Ohio. William was born about 1839 in Ohio and died before Jun 1880 in Probably Perry Co., Ohio, before age 41.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1870. Bearfield Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Children from this marriage were:

   162 F    i. May Mary Appleman was born about 1864 in Ohio.

   163 F    ii. Sarah Ann Appleman was born between 1865 and 1866 in Ohio.

   164 M    iii. Louis F. Appleman was born on 16 Oct 1867 in Ohio and died before Jun 1880 in Probably Perry Co., Ohio, before age 12.

   165 F    iv. Ida Appleman was born on 18 Aug 1870 in Ohio.

   166 M    v. Perley William Appleman was born in Jan 1875, died in 1938 in Guernsey Co., OH, at age 63, and was buried in 1938 in Maplewood, New Lexington Cemetery, Ward 13, Row 9, Pike Twp., Perry Co., OH.

Noted events in his life were:

Death Certificate: 17 Mar 1958. Ohio Death Index, 1958-2000, Pearl Augustine Appleman d. Mar. 17, 1958, Guernsey Co., OH

Marriage Record: 25 May 1897. Pearl Appleman m. Mary Curran, Book 8, Pg.474

Perley married Mary A. Curan on 25 May 1897 in St. Bernard's Catholic Church, Corning, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., OH. Mary was born in 1874, died in 1958, at age 84, and was buried in 1958 in Maplewood, New Lexington Cemetery, Ward 13, Row 9, Pike Twp., Perry Co., OH.

27. Francis F. Deaver Sr. was born in Jun 1846 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio.

General Notes: Francis Deaver was born between 17 June and 14 August 1846, according to 1870 and 1880 Censuses. It must have been August, according to Martha's birth date. However, someone has his birth date as 6 June 1846.
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Francis was mentioned in his grandfather Lawrence Pearl's Will.
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Perry County, Marriage Rook 4, page 344, Francis Deaver married Matilda E. Brown 13 September 1865.
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Morgan Co., Ohio, Marriage Record Book E, 1 February 1867-19 September 1878, page 668. Francis Deaver married Clara Wheeler 22 August 1877. Marriage performed by A. B. Sniff, Minister. George W. Deaver applied for the license.
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Francis Deaver was a blacksmith.
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Haven't found him and new wife, Clara Wheeler, in later censuses.
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1850 Census, Perry Twp., Bearfield Twp., Roll 719, Pg.276, Line 33, 168/168, Nov. 13, 1850:
Henry T. Deaver, male, 27, merchant?, OH
Sarah A., female, 30, PA
Martha, female, 5, attends school, OH
Francis, male, 4, attends school, OH
Minerva, female, 1, OH
Benedict Pearl*, male, 17, laborer, PA
*Brother of Sarah Ann

1860 Census, OH, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Line 8, 752/679, July 26, 1860:
Henry T. Deaver, male, 37, const. carpenter, OH
Martha, female, 27, OH
Martha, female, 16, domestic, attends school, OH
Francis*, male, 14, attends school, OH
Minerva, female, 12, attends school, OH
Mary, female, 11, attends school, OH
Lucinda, female, 6, attends school, OH
Roseann* female, 3, OH
Sarah*, female, 1, OH
Henry's wife Martha can't read or write.
*Lucinda, Roseann & Sarah are the children of Henry & Martha. The other children are Henry's & Sarah's.

1870 Census, Ohio, Malta P.O., York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll #1246, Pg.10, l.33, Dwelling & Family #80, Dated 14 August 1870:
Deaver, Francis, wm, 24, Jour. blacksmith, $200, OH
Matilda, E., wife, wf, 20, OH
Henry J., son, wm, 4, OH
William B., son, wm, 3, OH
Elizabeth, dau, wf, 1, OH

1880 Census, Ohio, Deavertown, York Twp., Morgan Co., Roll #1053, ED150, pg.19 (209) l.13, Dated 17 June 1880:
Deaver, Francis, wm, 33, mar., blacksmith, OH,OH,OH
Clara, 2nd wife, wf, 37, mar, OH,OH,OH
Henry, son, wm, 14, single, laborer, OH,OH,OH
William, son, wm, 12, single, attends school, OH,OH,OH
*Mary E., dau, wf, 11, single, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Arrilla, dau, wf, 9, single, OH,OH,OH
Annie, dau, wf, 7, single, OH,OH,OH
Jessie, dau, wf, 5, single, OH,OH,OH
Francis, son, wm, 3, single, OH,OH,OH
**Ora B., wm, 1, single, OH,OH,OH
**Ira B., wm, 5mo., single (b.Jan.1880), OH,OH,OH
Brown, Andrew J.,brother-in-law, wm, 29, single, blacksmith, OH,PA,NJ
Englander, Borcey, boarder, wm, 22, single, blacksmith, HUNG,HUNG,HUNG
*Mary E. is the same as Elizabeth in the 1870 Morgan Co., Ohio, Census.
** These children are the children of Francis and 2nd wife Clara (Wheeler) Deaver.

1900 Census, Kansas, Nemaha Co., Rock Creek Twp., Sabetha City, Roll 492, Vol. 37, ED127, Sheet 1, Line 89, Dated 1 June 1900:
Deaver, Francis F., wm, 53, June 1846, M22 yrs. rents house, Black Smith, OH,OH,PA
Clara, wife, wf, 57, Apr. 1843, OH,PA,OH
Harvey M., son, wm, 16, Jan. 1884, single, at school, OH,OH,OH
All can read & write.

1910 CENSUS -- NO DEAVERS IN SABETHA CITY, ROCK CREEK TWP., NEMAHA CO., KANSAS

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1870. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Francis married Matilda Elizabeth Brown on 13 Sep 1865 in Perry Co., Ohio. Matilda was born on 13 Jul 1849 in Perry County, Ohio, died on 5 Oct 1876, at age 27, and was buried in Oct 1876 in Deavertown Methodist Church Cemetery, Deavertown, Ohio.

Children from this marriage were:

   167 M    i. Henry J. Deaver was born in Apr 1866 in Ohio.

Henry married Dora E. . Dora was born in Jul 1866 in Ohio.

   168 M    ii. William B. Deaver was born on 23 Aug 1867 in Deerfield, Morgan Co., Ohio.

   169 F    iii. Mary Elizabeth Deaver was born on 9 May 1869 in Deerfield Township, Morgan Co., Ohio.

   170 F    iv. Arilla Deaver was born on 19 Jul 1871 in Morgan Co., Ohio.

   171 F    v. Anna "Annie" L. Deaver was born on 4 Jan 1873 in Deavertown, Morgan County, Ohio.

   172 M    vi. Jessie Oliver Deaver was born on 26 Feb 1875 in York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio.

Jessie married Merry E. about 1894. Merry was born between 1873 and 1874 in Pennsylvania.

   173 M    vii. Francis T. Deaver Jr. was born on 29 Sep 1876 in Deavertown, Morgan Co., Ohio.

Francis married Nellie C. . Nellie was born between 1879 and 1880 in Ohio.

Francis next married Clara Wheeler on 22 Aug 1877 in Morgan Co. Ohio. Clara was born in Apr 1843 in 0hio.

Children from this marriage were:

   174 M    i. Ora Clinton Deaver was born on 10 Oct 1877 in Deavertown, Morgan County, Ohio.

Ora married Mildred L. "Millie" . Mildred was born in Jul 1877 in Kansas.

   175 M    ii. Ira B. Deaver was born on 1 Jun 1880 in Deavertown, Morgan County, Ohio.

   176 M    iii. Harvey Montford Deaver was born on 23 Jan 1884 in Deavertown, Morgan Co., Ohio.

Harvey married Winnie E. . Winnie was born between 1886 and 1887 in Kansas.

28. Minerva Ann Deaver was born on 17 Jun 1848 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio, died on 21 Aug 1900 in Perry Co., Ohio, at age 52, and was buried in Aug 1900 in Chapel Hill Cemetery, Chapel Hill, Ohio.

General Notes: Minerva was mentioned in her grandfather Lawrence Pearl's Will.
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Perry County, Ohio Marriage Records Book : Year 1867, Deaver, Minerva m. John A. Weiner, Book 4, Page 441.
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New Lexington Tribune, 30 August 1900, Pg. 5: Mrs. John Weiner, a highly respected resident of Monroe Township, died very suddenly last Tuesday morning. Funeral services were held at Corning, Thursday. Interment occurred at Chapel Hill.*

St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery, Row 20, Perry Co., OH: Weiner, Minerva A., June 17, 1848, Aug. 21, 1908 (1900), his wife.

*Chapel Hill Cemetery is near Corning, Ohio.
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1850 Census, Perry Twp., Bearfield Twp., Roll 719, Pg.276, Line 33, 168/168, Nov. 13, 1850:
Henry T. Deaver, male, 27, merchant?, OH
Sarah A., female, 30, PA
Martha, female, 5, attends school, OH
Francis, male, 4, attends school, OH
Minerva, female, 1, OH
Benedict Pearl*, male, 17, laborer, PA
*Brother of Sarah Ann

1860 Census, OH, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Line 8, 752/679, July 26, 1860:
Henry T. Deaver, male, 37, const. carpenter, OH
Martha, female, 27, OH
Martha, female, 16, domestic, attends school, OH
Francis, male, 14, attends school, OH
Minerva, female, 12, attends school, OH
Mary, female, 11, attends school, OH
Lucinda*, female, 6, attends school, OH
Roseann* female, 3, OH
Sarah*, female, 1, OH
Henry's wife Martha can't read or write.
*Lucinda, Roseann & Sarah are the children of Henry & Martha. The other children are Henry's & Sarah's.

1870 Census, Ohio, Roll 1255, Perry Co., Monroe Twp., Maxville P.O.,Family #140, Page 116, Dated 16 June 1870.
*Wimer (Weiner), John A., wm, 25, farmer, $1600, $600, OH
Minerva, wife, wf, 23 (can't read or write), OH
Potts, John, wm, 16(17), farm laborer, (can't read or write)
**Deaver, Sarah, wf, 11, helps mother?, OH
*John Weiner's parents were both foreign born.
**Sarah is the daughter of Henry Tillman Deaver & Martha Messerlin.

1880 Census, Ohio, Perry Co., Monroe Twp., Roll 1057, ED 215, p.295 (7) family #66, Dated 9 June 1880:
Winer (Weiner), John, wm, 25(36), mar., farmer, R&W, OH,BAVARIA,BAV
Minerve, wf, 30(33), mar., OH,OH,OH
Charles, son, wm, 9, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Elizabeth, dau, wf, 7* or 8*, attends school, OH,OH,OH
James, son, wm, 6, OH,OH,OH
Luci, dau, wf, 5**, OH,OH,OH
Anne, dau, wf, 5**, OH,OH,OH
Rooney, dau, wf, 3, OH,OH,OH
Mary, dau, wf, 1**, OH,OH,OH
*Age was hard to read.
**According to the next census, which gives birth, month & year, the twins would have been only 3 years old, turning 4 the next month. Rooney (Florence) would have been 2, turning 3 in August, and Mary was about 8 months, turning l in October.

1900 Census, Ohio, Perry Co., Monroe Twp., Roll 1313, ED 66, Pg.13, Line6, Dated____ 1900:
Weiner, John A., wm, 56, Dec.1843(1844), M35yrs., farmer, owns farm, OH,GER,GER
Minnervie, wife, wf, 52, Jun.1847, M35yrs., 12 children, 10 living, OH,OH,OH
Annie C., dau, wf, 23, Jul.1876, OH,OH,OH
Lucy May, dau, wf, 23, Jul.1876,OH,OH,OH
Florence E., dau, wf, 22, Aug.1877, OH,OH,OH
Mary R., dau, wf, 20, Oct.1879, OH,OH,OH
Frank L., son, wm, 16, Jan.1884, farm laborer, OH,OH,OH
George, son, wm, 14 Apr.1886, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Maggie, dau, wf, 12, Apr. 1888, attends school, OH,OH,OH
All can read and write.

1920 Census, Ohio, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1426, ED71, Pg.9, Line 12,, Dated 10-12 Jan. 1920:
Weiner, John A., wm, 75, wid., farmer, owns farm, OH,GER,PA,(GER)
George, son, wm, 33, farm laborer, OH,OH,OH
Harriet, dau-in-law, 33, naturalized 1885-1886, ENG,ENG,ENG
Fredrick S., gr.son, wm, 11, attends school, OH,OH,ENG
Dorothy, gr.dau, wf, 5, attends school, OH,OH,ENG
George A., gr.son, wm, 10, attends school, OH,OH,ENG
Redfern, Edward, wm, 45, coal miner, ENG,ENG,ENG
All can read and write.

Minerva married John Andrew Weiner on 12 Feb 1867 in St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, By Fr. J. N. Bogardchapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio. John was born on 29 Dec 1844 in Blue Rock, Muskingum Co., Ohio, died on 27 Feb 1920 in Perry Co., Ohio, at age 75, and was buried on 1 Mar 1920 in St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1870. Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1900. Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1920.

Occupation: Farmer

Children from this marriage were:

   177 M    i. John Weiner was born on 7 Oct 1869 in Ohio and died on 27 Oct 1869 in Ohio.

   178 F    ii. Mary Ellen Weiner was born on 7 Oct 1869 in Ohio, died BET 26 AND 27 OCT 1869 in Ohio, and was buried in Oct 1869 in St. Francis Cemetery/Chapel Hill, Row 15, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH.

   179 M    iii. Charles Henry Weiner was born on 2 Aug 1870 in Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 22 Dec 1932, at age 62, and was buried in Dec 1932 in Maplewood Cemetery, Row 5, Ward 25, Pike Twp., Perry Co., OH.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900. Union Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1880.

Census: 1920.

Occupation: Between 1918 and 1928. Mayor of Corning, Monroe Co., OH, farmer & butcher.

Charles married Mary Alice Nelson in 1891 in Perry Co., Ohio. Mary was born in Nov 1871 in Ohio, died in 1927 in OH, at age 56, and was buried in 1927 in Maplewood Cemetery, Row 5, Ward 25, New Lexington, OH.

Charles next married Marcella Spangler between 1926 and 1927 in Ohio. Marcella was born between 1883 and 1884 in Ohio.

   180 F    iv. Elizabeth Veronica "Bess" Weiner was born on 17 Jul 1872 in Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 24 Jan 1930 in Probably Pleasant Twp., Perry Co., OH, at age 57, and was buried in Jan 1930 in Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington, OH. The cause of her death was stroke.

Elizabeth married William J. Masterson on 10 Oct 1893 in Perry County, Ohio. William was born on 25 Dec 1864 in Corning, Monroe Twp., Ohio, died BET 15 MAY AND JUN 1902, and was buried in 1902 in St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery, Row 20, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH.

Elizabeth next married George Rolland Talbot between 1903 and 1904. George was born on 14 Jul 1877 in Rendville, Perry Co., OH, died on 27 Oct 1937 in Moxahalo, Perry Co., OH, at age 60, and was buried in Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington, OH.

   181 M    v. James Lewis Weiner was born on 24 Aug 1874 in Santoy, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 21 Jun 1947 in Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, at age 72, and was buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900.

Census: 1880.

Census: 1910.

Occupation: Tool dresser on an oil rig, had a meat shop, had a taxi, did veterinarian work -- a man of all trades.

James married Mary Victoria Bennett on 11 May 1897 in New Lexington, Perry Co., Ohio. Mary was born on 17 Jul 1874 in Rehoboth, OH, died on 30 Jan 1971 in Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, at age 96, and was buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.

   182 F    vi. Anne Catherine "Annie" Weiner was born on 24 Jul 1876 in Monroe Twp., Perry County, OH and died on 20 May 1909 in Santoy, Perry Co., OH, at age 32.

Anne married John Dalton .

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Coal miner.

   183 F    vii. Lucy May Weiner was born on 24 Jul 1876 in Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 15 Dec 1937 in Chauncey, Ohio, at age 61, and was buried in Mt. Calvary Cemetery.

Lucy married Charles Clarence Shields on 24 Sep 1901 in Old Catholic Church, Corning, Monroe Co., OH. Charles was born on 12 Jan 1880 in Hocking Co., Ohio, died on 21 Oct 1953 in Peabody, Massachusetts, at age 73, and was buried in St. Paul's Cemetery, Athens, OH.

   184 F    viii. Florence Eveline Weiner was born on 24 Aug 1878 in Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio and died on 23 Aug 1914, at age 35. The cause of her death was heart attack.

Noted events in her life were:

Marriage Record: 1905. Weiner, Florence married Porter, William W., Book 12, Pg. 107.

Florence married William Webb Porter in 1905. William was born in 1883 in Ohio.

   185 F    ix. Mary Rooney Weiner was born on 3 Oct 1879 in Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 5 Dec 1901 in Perry County, OH, at age 22, and was buried in Dec 1901 in St. Francis Cemetery/Chapel Hill, Row 20, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH. The cause of her death was typhoid fever.

   186 F    x. Rose Ellen Weiner was born on 24 Oct 1881 in Monroe Township, Perry County, Ohio, died on 3 Jun 1892 in Perry Co., OH, at age 10, and was buried in Jun 1892 in St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery, Row 20, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH.

   187 M    xi. Francis Leo "Frank" Weiner was born on 5 Jan 1884 in Ohio, died on 12 Aug 1935, at age 51, and was buried in Aug 1935 in Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington, Perry Co., OH. The cause of his death was stroke.

Francis married Marvena Gorham in 1909. Marvena was born on 19 Dec 1887 in Perry Co., OH, died on 13 Dec 1958 in Perry Co., OH, at age 70, and was buried in Dec 1958 in Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington, Perry Co., OH. The cause of her death was stroke.

   188 M    xii. George Albert Weiner was born BET 17 AND 19 APR 1886 in Rendville, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 14 Jan 1967 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio 43731, about age 1960, and was buried in Jan 1967 in Maplewood Cemetery, Pike Twp., Perry Co., OH.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Farmer & coal miner.

George married Harriet Marie Redfern on 8 May 1907 in The Church Of Atonement, Crooksville, Ohperry Co., Ohio. Harriet was born in 1886 in England, died on 16 Nov 1966, at age 80, and was buried in Nov 1966 in Maplewood Cemetery, Pike Twp., Perry Co., OH.

   189 F    xiii. Margaret "Maggie" Anne Weiner was born on 6 Apr 1888 in Santoy, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 18 Jan 1975 in Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, at age 86, and was buried in Jan 1975 in Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington, Perry Co., OH.

Margaret married Bernard J. Souders in 1907 in Perry Co., Ohio. Bernard was born on 2 Jun 1886 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH, died on 16 Feb 1962 in Corning, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., OH, at age 75, and was buried in Feb 1962 in Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington, Perry Co., OH. The cause of his death was heart attack.

Noted events in his life were:

Obituary: Railroad conductor.

29. Mary Ann "Molly" Deaver was born on 17 Aug 1851 in Deavertown, Perry Co., Ohio, died on 29 Jun 1916 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 64, and was buried on 1 Jul 1916 in St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH. The cause of her death was aortic regugitation, causing sudden death.

General Notes: Mary Ann was born in August 1850 according to the 1900 Census in Perry Co., Ohio, however, the Death Certificate gives a different date -- see below. According to Joan Sheely she was born 17 Aug. 1851.
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Death Certificate, Perry Co., Corning, Village, Reg. Dist. #1016, Primary Regis. Dist. #3080, Mary Potts, female, white, married, b. June 14, 1850, Chapel Hill, Ohio, age 66, 17 days, d. 1 July 1916, Corning, Perry Co., Ohio, housewife, father: Tillman Deaver, b. Morgan Co., Ohio; mother: Sarah Ann Pearl, b. Morgan Co., Ohio; informant: (coudn't make out first name), middle initial B. Thompson, Crooksville, Ohio, dated July 1916; burial place: Chapel Hill Cemetery. Cause of death: Aortic Regurgitation, sudden death.
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Mary Ann was mentioned in her grandfather Lawrence Pearl's Will.
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Perry County, Marriage Book 5, page 467, John Potts married Mary A. Deaver, 20 November 1875.

St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery Record, Row 1: Potts, Mary A., 1851-1916, w/o John Potts
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1860 Census, OH, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Line 8, 752/679, July 26, 1860:
Henry T. Deaver, male, 37, const. carpenter, OH
Martha, female, 27, OH
Martha, female, 16, domestic, attends school, OH
Francis, male, 14, attends school, OH
Minerva, female, 12, attends school, OH
Mary, female, 11, attends school, OH
Lucinda, female, 6, attends school, OH
Roseann* female, 3, OH
Sarah*, female, 1, OH
Henry's wife Martha can't read or write.
*Roseann & Sarah are the children of Henry & Martha. The other children are Henry's & Sarah's.

1870 Census, Ohio, Maxville, P.O., Monroe Twp., Perry Co, Roll #1255, family #140, page 116, dated 16 June 1870.
Wimer, John A. (Weiner, wm, 25? (farmer, $1699, $600, OH
Minerva, wife, wf, 23, can't write, OH
Potts, John, wm, 16(17), farm laborer, can't write, OH
Deaver, Sarah, wf, 11, helps mother?, OH
(Sarah must be a niece -- haven't figured out the relationship, but she's not Minerva's daughter).
John A. Weiner's parents were both foreign born.

There were many Mary Potts in the 1880 Census. In the 1900 Census, there were another John and Mary Potts, also in Perry Co., Monroe Twp. This one from the 1880 Census seems most likely to have been the daughter of Sarah and Henry Deaver, although we can't be certain. Their ages and parental birth places seem more correct than the other couples.

1880 Census, Ohio, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1057, ED215, pg.2, l.27, dated ___ 1880:
Potts, John, wm, 26(27?), carpenter, OH,OH,PA?
Mary, wife, wf, 27(29-30), OH,OH,PA
Clare(Clara), dau, wf, 11(10?), OH,OH,OH
Iniz(ez), dau, wf, 5, OH,OH,OH)
Esse, dau, wf, 9 months, OH,OH,OH

1900 Census, Ohio, Rendville Voting Precinct, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1313, ED66, Pg. 146B, Sh.12B, Line 82, Dated 1900.
Potts, John, wm, 47, Apr.1853, M24yrs., carpenter, owns farm & house, OH,OH?, IRE?
Mary, wife, wf, 49, Aug.1850, M24yrs., 10 children, 9 living, OH,OH,OH(Pa)
Albert J., son, wm, 19, Apr.1881, gr__ in mine, OH,OH,OH
Annie, dau, wf, 17, Feb. 1883, gr.__ in mine, OH,OH,OH
William H., son, wm, 15, Sep.1884, coal miner, OH,OH,OH
Thomas A., son, wm, 13, Jun.1887, attends school, OH,OH,OH
John E., son, wm, 11, May 1889, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Inis(ez), dau, wf, 8(9), Jun.1891, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Leo C., son, wm, 6(7), Jul.1893, attends school, OH,OH,OH
All read and write.

1910 Census, Ohio, Rendville Voting Precinct, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1222, ED135,pg.10B,l.73, dated 2-3 May 1910:
Potts, John, wm, 56(57), 1stM34yrs., coal miner, OH,OH?,IRE?
Mary A., wife, wf, 58(59), 1st M.34yrs., 10 children, 7 living, OH,OH,OH(Pa)
Albert, son, wm, 29, widow, coal miner, OH,OH,OH
Leo, son, wm, 16, farms, OH,OH,OH
Jessie, gr-dau, wf, 4 (Albert's dau), OH,OH,OH
All read and write except Jessie.

Mary married John Albert Potts on 20 Nov 1875 in Perry Co., Ohio. John was born in Apr 1853 in Chapel Hill, Perry Co., Ohio, died BET 25 AND 28 DEC 1926 in Congo, Perry Co., Ohio, and was buried in St. Francis/Chapel Hill Cemetery, Chapel Hill, Perry Co., OH.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1870. Roll 1255 Ohio, Perry Co., Monroe Twp., Maxville P.O., family #140

Census: 1880.

Children from this marriage were:

   190 F    i. Clara Potts was born in 1870 in Ohio.

Clara married Melroy Kinny between 1890 and 1891. Melroy was born between 1862 and 1863 in Ohio.

   191 F    ii. Inez Ellen Potts was born between 1874 and 1875 in Perry Co., Ohio and died before 1900 in Probably Perry Co., Ohio, about age 26.

   192 F    iii. Effie Elizabeth Potts was born on 7 Sep 1879 in Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio.

   193 M    iv. Albert Joseph Potts was born on 8 Apr 1881 in Perry Co., Ohio.

Albert married Ellen Hagerty in 1903 in Perry Co., Ohio.

Albert next married Alice Jane after 1907. Alice was born between 1885 and 1886 in England.

   194 F    v. Anna Irene Potts was born on 24 Feb 1883 in Chapel Hill, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 11 Oct 1913 in Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, at age 30, and was buried in Oct 1913 in Maplewood Cemetery, Pike Twp., Perry Co., OH.

Anna married Casper Merriam Weaver on 10 Feb 1904 in Perry Co., Ohio. Casper was born on 7 Apr 1879 in Perry Co., Ohio, died on 3 Nov 1906 in Perry Co., Ohio, at age 27, and was buried in Nov 1906 in Maplewood Cemetery, Row 9, Ward 19, Pike Twp., Perry Co., OH.

   195 M    vi. William Henry Potts was born on 3 Sep 1884 in Perry Co., Ohio and died in May 1971 in West Union, Ohio, at age 86.

William married Georgia about 1908. Georgia was born between 1889 and 1890 in Kentucky Or Ohio.

   196 M    vii. Thomas Arthur Potts was born on 30 Jun 1886 in Rendville, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio.

Thomas married Nellie Lightholder between 1903 and 1904 in Ohio. Nellie was born between 1881 and 1882 in England.

   197 M    viii. John Edward Potts was born on 12 May 1889 in Rendville, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio and died in Mar 1963 in Ohio, at age 73.

John married Hettie Or Nettie? about 1909 in Probably Ohio. Hettie was born about 1889 in Ohio.

   198 F    ix. Inez Mary Potts was born on 15 Jun 1891 in Chapel Hill, Monroe Twp., Perry Co., Ohio.

   199 M    x. Leo Charles Potts was born on 16 Jul 1893 in Perry Co., Ohio.

Leo married Margaret about 1916 in Probably Perry County, OH. Margaret was born between 1901 and 1902 in Ohio.

30. Peter Longstreth was born in Nov 1844 in Perry County?, OH, died in 1936 in Perry Co., OH, at age 92, and was buried in 1936 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

General Notes: Church of the Atonement Cemetery Records: Longstreth, Peter, 1844 - 1936, 64th OVI.

Peter & Diantha Longstreth (according to the 1900 and 1910 Censuses) have had 11 children. In the 1900 Census, 9 were still living; in 1910, eight were living.

Record of Deaths, Perry County, OH

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The St. Dominic Cemetery records show that they had a child, Eleanore b. 8 April 1876. Something is obviously wrong someplace, because on birth records for Perry Co., Ohio, they had a child, George W. b. 31 July 1876, in Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio. His birth is less than 3 months after Eleanor's???

1850 Census, OH, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Roll 719, Pg.274B, Line 8, 142/142, Nov. 11, 1850:
James P. Longstreth, m, 30, farmer, $800, OH
Elenor, f, 29, PA
Peter, m, 5, attends school, OH
Susanna E., f, 4, attends school, OH
Philip J., m, 2, OH
Eleanor & James can't read or write.

1860 Census, Ohio, McLuney Station, P.O., Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1022, pg.195, l.35-37; pg.196, l. l-7, Dwelling #584, Family #597, Dated 17 July 1860:
Longstreth, James, wm, 40, farmer, $2500, $2085, OH
Eleanor, wife, wf, 39(40?) (can't read?), PA
Peter, son, wm, 15, attends school, OH
Susannah, daughter, wf, 13, attends school, OH
Philip, son, wm, 11, attends school, OH
Francis, son, wm, 10, attends school, OH
John, son, wm, 8, attends school, OH
Sylvester, son, wm, 7, attends school, OH
Thomas, son, wm, 5, attends school, OH
Alvah, son, wm, 4, OH
Stephen, son, wm, 3, OH
Margaret, dau, wm, 3 months, OH

1870 & 1880 CENSUSES CAN'T FIND PETER

1900 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1313, Vol. 123, ED61, pg.12, 1.43, Family #279, Dated 12 June 1900:
Longstreth, Peter, wm, 55, Nov.1844, M30yrs., farmer, R&W, OH,OH,PA
Diantha, wife, wf, 50, Oct.1849, M30yrs., 11 children, 9 now living, R&W, PA,PA,CONN
Dora, dau., wf, 21, Dec.1878, housekeeper, R&W, OH,OH,PA
Emma, dau., wf, 19, Mar.1881, housekeeper, R&W, OH,OH,PA
Edward, son, wm, 16, Jan.1884, tanner, R&W, OH,OH,PA
Effie, dau., wf, 14, May 1886, attends school, OH,OH,PA
Minnie, dau., wf, 11, Nov.1888, attends school, OH,OH,PA
Alma, dau., wf, 8, Sep.1891, OH,OH,PA
James P., father, wm, 80, Mar.1820, farmer, R&W, OH,PA,PA

1910 Census, Ohio, Crooksville, East Precinct, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., 496 Washington Ave., Roll #1222, Vol.146, ED127, pg.21B, Family #573, Dated 26 June 1910:
Longstreth, Peter, wm, 65, M40yrs., owns farm, R&W, OH,OH,PA
Diantha M., wife, wf, 60, M40yrs., 11 children, 9 living, R&W, PA,PA,CONN
Steven, son, wm, 35(36?), single, machinery man-coal miner, R&W, OH,OH,PA

1920 Census, Ohio, Crooksville, Perry Co., Roll #____, ED63, pg.29, l.31:
Longstreth, Peter, wm, 75, owns farm, R&W, OH,OH,PA
Diantha, wife, wf, 70, R&W, PA,PA,CONN

1930 Census, Roll 1860, OH, Perry Co., Crooksville Village, Harrison Twp., Washington St., ED64-7, Sheet 3B, Pg.244B, Line 80, Dated April 4, 1930:
Longstreth, Peter, wm, 85, M. at 25, no occup. OH,OH,PA
Diantha, wife, wf, 80, M. at 20, PA,PA,CT
Peter is a veteran, owns house, value $1,500, both can read & write.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900. Harrison Twp., Perry Co.

Census: 1910. Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio 43731

Census: 1920. Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio 43731

Peter married Diantha Myers about 1870. Diantha was born on 5 Oct 1849 in Scranton, PA, died on 19 Jul 1931 in Perry County, OH, at age 81, and was buried in Jul 1931 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry. The cause of her death was carsinoma of the stomach.

Children from this marriage were:

   200 M    i. Francis "Frank" J. Longstreth was born on 10 Dec 1872 in Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio and died on 17 Jun 1900 in Perry Co., Ohio, at age 27.

Francis married Louise M. Mullery on 12 Jun 1900 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, By Rev. Gilbert P. Jennings. Louise was born about 1880 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH.

   201 F    ii. Steven T. Longstreth was born in 1874 in Ohio and died in 1929, at age 55.

   202 F    iii. Eleanor A. Longstreth was born on 8 Apr 1876, died on 16 Jan 1898 in Perry Co., Ohio, at age 21, and was buried in St. Dominic's Cemetery, Mccluney, Perry Co., OH.

   203 M    iv. George W. Longstreth was born on 31 Jul 1876 in Harrison Twp., Perry Co., OH.

George married Jennie N. Elson about 1901. Jennie was born between 1878 and 1879 in IA.

   204 F    v. Dora Longstreth was born in Dec 1878 in Ohio.

   205 F    vi. Emma Longstreth was born in Mar 1881 in Ohio.

   206 M    vii. Edward Longstreth was born in Jan 1884 in Ohio.

   207 F    viii. Effie A. Longstreth was born on 15 May 1886 in Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio.

   208 F    ix. Minnie Longstreth was born in Nov 1888 in Ohio.

   209 F    x. Alma R. Longstreth was born on 15 Oct 1891 in McLuney, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio.

35. Sylvester Longstreth was born on 16 Jul 1852 in Perry Co.?, Ohio, died on 19 Jun 1909 in Perry Co., Ohio, at age 56, and was buried in Jun 1909 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

General Notes: Church of the Atonement Cemetery Records: Section C, Row 8, Longstreth, Sylvester,b.16 Jul. 1852, d. 19 June 1909. He does not have either wife buried by him.
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There were no children with second wife, Anna.
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1860 Census, Ohio, McLuney Station, P.O., Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1022, pg.195, l.35-37; pg.196, l. l-7, Dwelling #584, Family #597, Dated 17 July 1860:
Longstreth, James, wm, 40, farmer, $2500, $2085, OH
Eleanor, wife, wf, 39(40?) (can't read?), PA
Peter, son, wm, 15, attends school, OH
Susannah, daughter, wf, 13, attends school, OH
Philip, son, wm, 11, attends school, OH
Francis, son, wm, 10, attends school, OH
John, son, wm, 8, attends school, OH
Sylvester, son, wm, 7, attends school, OH
Thomas, son, wm, 5, attends school, OH
Alvah, son, wm, 4, OH
Stephen, son, wm, 3, OH
Margaret, dau, wm, 3 months, OH

1870 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1255, pg.17,l.14,Dwelling & Family #124, Dated 30 July 1870:
Longstreth, James P., wm, 50, farmer, $4500, $1050, OH
Eleanor, wife, wf, 49(50?), PA
Susannah, dau., wf, 23, attends school, OH
Francis, son, wm, 21, attends school & works on farm, OH
Sylvester, son, wm, 17, attends school & works on farm, OH
Alvah, son, wm, 14, attends school & works on farm, OH
Charles, son, wm, 9, attends school, OH
*Lilly C.(?), dau., wf, 4, OH
*Sally C. in 1880 Census.

1880 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1057, ED206, p.20, l.23, Dwelling #140, Family #149, Dated 16 June 1880:
*Longstreth, P., wm, 60, farmer, OH,PA,PA
**Ellen, wife, wf, keeping house, 59(60?), PA,PA(MD),PA(MD)
Susan E., dau., wf, 34, dressmaker, OH,OHPA
Francis, son, wm, 31, farm hand, OH,OH,PA
Sylvester, son, wm, 27, coal miner, OH,OH,PA
Alva J., son, wm, 24, farm hand, OH,OH,PA
Charles A., son, wm, 18, OH,OH,PA
Lillie C., dau., wf, 14, OH,OH,PA
#Pearl, Margret, wf, 90?, boarder, MD,MD,MD
*His first name is James. It is James P. Longstreth
**Her name is Eleanor.
#2nd wife & widow of Lawrence Pearl. Elsewhere else we have her birth-year given as 1808.
NOTE: On the 1880 FHL Film 1255057 National Archives Film T9-1057, Pg.107D it shows "J. P." Longstreth. On the above census it just showed "P.".

1900 Census, Ohio, Perry Co., Roll #1313, Vol.l23, ED61, pg.20, l.47, Family #415, Dated 22 June 1900:
Longstreth, Sylvester, wm, 47, Jul.1852, M4yrs., coal miner, owns farm house, R&W, OH,OH,OH
Anna, 2nd wife, wf, 46, Mar.1854, 0 children, R&W, OH,IRE,PA
James, son, wm, 15, Apr.1885, single, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Elizabeth, dau., wf, 12, Aug.1887, single, attends school, OH,OH,OH

Noted events in his life were:

Marriage Record: 1882. Longstreth, Sylvester m. Clara Harbaugh, Book 6, Pg.330, Perry Co., OH

Marriage Record: 1896. Longstreth, Sylvester m. Anna McIntyre, Book 8, Pg.397, Perry Co., OH

Sylvester married Clara M. Harbaugh in 1882 in Perry Co., Ohio. Clara was born in 1851 in Somerset, Perry County, Ohio, died on 20 Oct 1887 in Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, at age 36, and was buried in Oct 1887 in St. Dominic's Cemetery, Mcluney, Harrison Twp. Perry Co., Ohio.

Children from this marriage were:

   210 F    i. Mary Longstreth was born in Jul 1882 in Perry Co., Ohio and died on 24 Feb 1883 in Perry Co., Ohio.

   211 M    ii. James Longstreth was born on 2 Apr 1885 in Perry Co.?, Ohio and died in Oct 1968 in Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois, at age 83.

   212 F    iii. Elizabeth Longstreth was born on 6 Aug 1887 in Perry Co.?, Ohio and died in Jul 1981 in White Cloud, Michigan, at age 93.

Elizabeth married Edwin L. Yarger between 1909 and 1910 in Perry Co., Ohio. Edwin was born between 1885 and 1886 in Perry Co.?, Ohio.

Noted events in his life were:

Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, Abt 1886.

Census: 1910. Crooksville, Harrison Twp.,Perry Co.,Ohio

Census: 1920. Straitsville, Coal Twp., Perry Co.,Ohio

Sylvester next married Anna McIntyre in 1896. Anna was born on 28 Feb 1854 in Ohio and died BET 25 AND 27 FEB 1934 in Perry Co., Ohio.

37. Alva James Longstreth was born on 3 Mar 1856 in McLuney, Perry Co., OH, died on 20 Sep 1932 in Crooksville, Perry Co., OH 43731, at age 76, and was buried in Sep 1932 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry. The cause of his death was chronic nephritis.

General Notes: Record of Deaths, Perry Co., page 221 states the following: Alva James Longstreth, male, white, widowed, died 9-20-32, 76 years, 6 months, 27 days, died in Crooksville, Ohio, born McLuney, Ohio, farmer, cause of death-chronic nephritis, register #216.

Church of the Atonement Cemetery Records: Section D, Row 7, Longstreth, Alvah J., 1856 - 1932
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Perry County, Ohio Marriage Records, Book 6, Alvah Longstreth married Susie Harbaugh/Harbaugh on Feb. 16, 1882 in Perry County, Ohio. Perry Co., Ohio Marriage Records, Book 6, Pg. 330, Alvah Longstreth married Susie Harbaugh in 1882.
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In the 1900 Census, Alva James Longstreth's birth was given as February 1856.

1860 Census, Ohio, McLuney Station, P.O., Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1022, pg.195, l.35-37; pg.196, l. l-7, Dwelling #584, Family #597, Dated 17 July 1860:
Longstreth, James, wm, 40, farmer, $2500, $2085, OH
Eleanor, wife, wf, 39(40?) (can't read?), PA
Peter, son, wm, 15, attends school, OH
Susannah, daughter, wf, 13, attends school, OH
Philip, son, wm, 11, attends school, OH
Francis, son, wm, 10, attends school, OH
John, son, wm, 8, attends school, OH
Sylvester, son, wm, 7, attends school, OH
Thomas, son, wm, 5, attends school, OH
Alvah, son, wm, 4, OH
Stephen, son, wm, 3, OH
Margaret, dau, wm, 3 months, OH

1870 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1255, pg.17,l.14,Dwelling & Family #124, Dated 30 July 1870:
Longstreth, James P., wm, 50, farmer, $4500, $1050, OH
Eleanor, wife, wf, 49(50?), PA
Susannah, dau., wf, 23, attends school, OH
Francis, son, wm, 21, attends school & works on farm, OH
Sylvester, son, wm, 17, attends school & works on farm, OH
Alvah, son, wm, 14, attends school & works on farm, OH
Charles, son, wm, 9, attends school, OH
*Lilly C.(?), dau., wf, 4, OH
*Sally C. in 1880 Census.

1880 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1057, ED206, p.20, l.23, Dwelling #140, Family #149, Dated 16 June 1880:
*Longstreth, P., wm, 60, farmer, OH,PA,PA
**Ellen, wife, wf, keeping house, 59(60?), PA,PA(MD),PA(MD)
Susan E., dau., wf, 34, dressmaker, OH,OHPA
Francis, son, wm, 31, farm hand, OH,OH,PA
Sylvester, son, wm, 27, coal miner, OH,OH,PA
Alva J., son, wm, 24, farm hand, OH,OH,PA
Charles A., son, wm, 18, OH,OH,PA
Lillie C., dau., wf, 14, OH,OH,PA
#Pearl, Margret, wf, 90?, boarder, MD,MD,MD
*His first name is James. It is James P. Longstreth
**Her name is Eleanor.
#2nd wife & widow of Lawrence Pearl. Elsewhere else we have her birth-year given as 1808.
NOTE: On the 1880 FHL Film 1255057 National Archives Film T9-1057, Pg.107D it shows "J. P." Longstreth. On the above census it just showed "P.".

1900 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1313, Vol.123, ED61, pg.16, l.27, Family #327, dated 15 June 1900:
Longstreth, Alvey, wm, 44, Feb.*1856, M18yrs., coal miner, R&W, OH,OH,OH?
Susie, wife, wf, 43, Sep.1856, M18yrs., 6 children, all living, R&W, OH,MD,MD
Charles P., son, wm, 15, Apr.1885, attends school, OH,OH,OH
(Edward) Leo, son, wm, 13, Jul.1886, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Willie, son, wm, 11, Jul.1888, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Elmer, son, wm, 9, Jun.1890, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Ethel, dau., wf, 5, Jan.1895, OH,OH,OH
Clara, dau., wf, 3, Aug.1896, OH,OH,OH
*Death records state he was b. in March.

1910 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll #____, Vol.146, ED126, pg.14B,l.94, Family #283, dated 14 May 1910:
Longstreth, Alva J., wm, 54, 1st M28yrs., farmer, owns farm, R&W, OH,OH,PA
Susan E., wife, wf, 51, 1st M28yrs., R&W, 6 children, all living, OH,PA*,PA*
Charles P., son, wm, 25, coal miner, R&W, OH,OH,OH
Edward L. son, wm, 23, coal miner, R&W, OH,OH,OH
William A., son, wm, 21, coal miner, R&W, OH,OH,OH
Elmer J., son, wm, 18, farm laborer, R&W, OH,OH,OH
Ethel R., dau., wf, 15, attends school, R&W, OH,OH,OH
Clara A., dau., wf, 13, attends school, R&W, OH,OH,OH
* Other censuses say her parents were born in Maryland.
Living next door in Household 273/282 with the Dusenberry family as a boarder is:
Frame, Rome D., wm, 23, S, OH,OH,OH
Note: Rome m. Clara A. Longstreth.

1920 Census, Ohio, Elizabeth Street, Crooksville Village, Perry Co., Roll ____, Vol.166, ED63, pg.10, l.48, dated ________ 1920:
Longstreth, Alva J., wm, 63, mar., farmer, owns farm, OH,OH,PA
Susan E., wife, wf, 62?, mar., OH,MD,MD
Charles P., son, wm, 34, coal miner, R&W, OH,OH,OH
Edward (Leo), son, wm, 33, coal miner R&W, OH,OH,OH
William, son, wm, 31, coal miner, R&W, OH,OH,OH
Elmer J., son, wm, 28, clay miner, R&W, OH,OH,OH
Ethel R., dau., wf, 23(25), pottery laborer, R&W, OH,OH,OH

1930 Census, OH, Roll, 1860, Perry Co., Harrison Twp., Crooksville Village, 413 Elizabeth Street, ED64-6, Pg.226, Sheet 5A, Line38, 109/113, Dated 7 Apr. 1930:
Longstreth, Alva, head, wm, 74, widow, m. at 21, OH,OH,OH
William, son, wm, 41, single, miner-coal mine, OH,OH,OH
Ethel, daughter, wf, 35, single, ware dresser-china ware pottery
Owns home, value $2,800; slesman-building supplies; no vets; all read & write.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1860. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1870. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1900. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1910. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1920. Elizabeth St.,Crooksville Vill., Perry Co., Ohio

Alva married Susan Elizabeth "Susie" Harbaugh on 16 Feb 1882 in Perry Co., Ohio. Susan was born on 6 Sep 1857 in Somerset, Perry Co., OH, died on 18 Mar 1930 in Crooksville, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., OH, at age 72, and was buried on 21 Mar 1930 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry. The cause of her death was uremia.

Children from this marriage were:

   213 M    i. Charles Pius Longstreth was born on 26 Apr 1885 in Pike Twp., Perry Co, Ohio, died on 26 Jul 1954, at age 69, and was buried in Jul 1954 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio.

   214 M    ii. Edward Leo Longstreth was born on 14 Jul 1886 in Pike Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 18 Nov 1976 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 90, and was buried in Nov 1976 in Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington, Pike Twp., Perry Co., Ohio.

Edward married Mary E. between 1919 and 1920 in Probably Crooksville, Perry Co., OH. Mary was born between 1896 and 1897 in Ohio.

   215 M    iii. William Ambrose Longstreth was born on 3 Jul 1888 in Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 8 Feb 1973 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio 43731, at age 84, and was buried in Feb 1973 in Church Of Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio.

   216 M    iv. Elmer James Longstreth was born on 29 Jun 1891 in McLuney, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 27 Mar 1947 in Perry Co.?, Ohio, at age 55, and was buried in Mar 1947 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

Elmer married Anna C. about 1918. Anna was born on 18 Mar 1899 in Illinois, died in 1970 in Perry Co.?, Ohio, at age 71, and was buried in 1970 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

   217 F    v. Ethel Rose Longstreth was born on 19 Jan 1895 in McLuney, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio and died on 24 Nov 1968 in Probably Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 73.

   218 F    vi. Clara Agnes Longstreth was born on 3 Aug 1896 in McLuney, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died in Mar 1983 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio, at age 86, and was buried in Jun 1983 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

Clara married Jerome "Rome\Rhone" David Frame on 4 Feb 1913 in Crooksville, Perry Co., Ohio. Jerome was born on 26 Nov 1887 in Gaysport, Morgan Co., Ohio, died on 26 May 1956 in McLuney, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, at age 68, and was buried in May 1956 in Church Of The Atonement Cemetery, Crooksville, Perry.

40. Charles A. Longstreth was born in Oct 1861 in Perry Co.?, OH, died on 3 Nov 1947 in OH, at age 86, and was buried in Nov 1947 in Maplewood Cemetery, Ward 26, Lot 58-1/2, New Lexington, Perry Co., OH.

General Notes: Charles A. Longstreth and Caroline E. Bennett were married 22 September 1896 by Fr. R. J. Fitzgerald in Perry Co., Ohio.
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New Lexington/Maplewood Cemetery Interments 1881-1999:
Longstreth, Charles A., lot 58-l/2, Ward 26, Space 3N, d. 1947 Nov. 3.

1870 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1255, pg.17,l.14,Dwelling & Family #124, Dated 30 July 1870:
Longstreth, James P., wm, 50, farmer, $4500, $1050, OH
Eleanor, wife, wf, 49(50?), PA
Susannah, dau., wf, 23, attends school, OH
Francis, son, wm, 21, attends school & works on farm, OH
Sylvester, son, wm, 17, attends school & works on farm, OH
Alvah, son, wm, 14, attends school & works on farm, OH
Charles, son, wm, 9, attends school, OH
*Lilly C.(?), dau., wf, 4, OH
*Sally C. in 1880 Census.

1880 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1057, ED206, p.20, l.23, Dwelling #140, Family #149, Dated 16 June 1880:
*Longstreth, P., wm, 60, farmer, OH,PA,PA
**Ellen, wife, wf, keeping house, 59(60?), PA,PA(MD),PA(MD)
Susan E., dau., wf, 34, dressmaker, OH,OHPA
Francis, son, wm, 31, farm hand, OH,OH,PA
Sylvester, son, wm, 27, coal miner, OH,OH,PA
Alva J., son, wm, 24, farm hand, OH,OH,PA
Charles A., son, wm, 18, OH,OH,PA
Lillie C., dau., wf, 14, OH,OH,PA
#Pearl, Margret, wf, 90?, boarder, MD,MD,MD
*His first name is James. It is James P. Longstreth
**Her name is Eleanor.
#2nd wife & widow of Lawrence Pearl. Elsewhere else we have her birth-year given as 1808.
NOTE: On the 1880 FHL Film 1255057 National Archives Film T9-1057, Pg.107D it shows "J. P." Longstreth. On the above census it just showed "P.".

1900 Census, Ohio, Clayton Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1313, Vol.123, Ed57, pg.4, l.37, Family #78, dated 5 June 1900:
Longstreth, Charles A., wm, 38, Oct.1861, M3yrs., farms, rents, R&W, OH,OH,PA
Carrie E., wife, wf, 28, Oct.1871, M3yrs., 1 child, 1 living, R&W, OH,OH,OH
Grace M., dau., wf, 2, Jan.1898, OH,OH,OH

1910 Census, Ohio, Perry Co., Clayton Twp., Rehoboth Rd., Vol.146, ED122, Pg.1B, Fam. #12, Dated 16 April 1910:
Longstreth, Charles, wm,48, 1st M13yrs., rents, farmer, R&W, OH,PA,PA
Caroline, wife, wf, 38, 1st M13yrs., R&W, 6 children, all living, OH,OH,OH
Grace, dau., wf, 12, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Francis, son, wm, 9, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Margaret, dau., wf, 7, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Richard, son, wm, 5, OH,OH,OH
Paul, son, wm, 3, OH,OH,OH
Isadora, dau., wf, 1, OH,OH,OH

1920 Census, OH, Perry Co., Clayton Twp., Roll 1426, ED59, Sh. 12B, Line 67, 273/288, 5 Feb. 1920
Longstreth, Chas. A., head, wm, 58, mar., OH,OH,PA
Carrie, wife, wf, 48, OH,OH,PA
Mary G., dau., 21, single, OH,OH,OH
Francis, son, wm, 19, single, OH,OH,OH
Margaret, dau., wf, 17, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Richard, son, wm, 15, single, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Paul, son, wm, 13, single, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Isadore, dau., wf, 11, single, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Charles & Francis are farmers-general farming; Richard is a laborer-tile plant.
Owns home free of mortgage; all read & write.

1930 Census, OH, Roll 1860, Perry Co., Clayton Twp., ED64-3, Sheet 8B, Pg.192B, Line 54, 171/171, Dated 15 April 1930:
Longstreth, Charles A., head, wm, 68, M. at 34, farmer-general farming, OH,OH,OH
Carrie E., wife, wf, 58, M. at 24, OH,OH,PA
Francis B., son, wm, 28, laborer-farm, single, OH,OH,OH
Paul A., son, wm, 23, single, laborer-tile plant, OH,OH,OH
Isadora C., dau., wf, 21, OH,OH,OH
All read & write; no veterans.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1870. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Charles married Caroline "Carrie" E. Bennett on 22 Sep 1896 in Perry Co., Ohio, By R. J. Fitzgerald, Catholic Priest. Caroline was born in Oct 1871 in OH, died on 4 May 1949, at age 77, and was buried in May 1949 in Maplewood Cemetery, Ward 26, Lot 58-1/2, New Lexington, Belmont Co., OH.

Children from this marriage were:

   219 F    i. Grace Mary Longstreth was born on 26 Jan 1898 in Clayton Twp., Perry Co., Ohio and died before 1978, before age 80.

   220 M    ii. Francis B. Longstreth was born on 11 Oct 1901 in Clayton Twp., Perry Co., OH, died on 9 May 1949, at age 47, and was buried in May 1949 in Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington, Perry Co., OH.

   221 F    iii. Margaret H. Longstreth was born on 23 Aug 1902 in Clayton Twp., Perry Co., Ohio and died before 1978, before age 76.

   222 M    iv. Richard "Dick" J. Longstreth was born on 20 Jun 1904 in Clayton Twp., Perry Co., Ohio and died on 27 Nov 1978 in Akron, Summit Co., Ohio, at age 74.

Richard married Clara A. Stalter about 1925. Clara was born about 1903 in Logan, Ohio and died on 29 Apr 1962 in Akron, Summit Co., Ohio, about age 59.

Richard next married Kathryn after Apr 1962 in Akron, Summit Co., Ohio. Kathryn was born about 1900 and died on 8 Dec 1990 in Akron, Summit Co., Ohio, about age 90.

   223 M    v. Paul A. Longstreth was born on 18 Aug 1906 in Clayton Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, died on 10 Jul 1971 in New Lexington, Perry Co., OH 43764, at age 64, and was buried in New Lexington/Maplewood Cemetery, Ward 38B, Lot 60.

   224 F    vi. Isadore Longstreth was born on 23 Jan 1909 in Perry County?, Ohio and died in Sep 1980 in New Lexington, Perry Co., OH 43764, at age 71.

Isadore married ? Pratt after 1930.

41. Lillian C. Longstreth was born on 24 Dec 1866 in McCluney, Perry Co., Ohio and died on 13 Sep 1933 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, at age 66. The cause of her death was cerebral Hemorrhage & ch. myocarditis.

General Notes: Lillian C. Longstreth and Robert Penman were married 20 January 1889 in Perry County, Ohio by Fr. B. M. O'Boylan.
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Sept. 16, 1933, Cemetery Records (probably Cleveland Press):
Penman, Lillian (nee Longstreth), beloved wife of the late Robert, mother of Mary Soule of Bushnell, Nebraska, Christina Taylor, Helen Blazek, Frank and Carl. Remains at residence, 14802 Lake Shore Blvd., Saturday, September 16, from St. Thomas Aquinas Church. Member of Auxiliary #4 of Knights of St. John.

DEATH CERTIFICATE: File #49712, Reg. #6770, Lillian Penman, residence 1367 E. 93rd St., Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, female, white, widowed, b. 24 Dec. 1866, 66yrs., 10 mos., 11 days, housewife, b. McCluney, Ohio, Perry Co., d. Sept. 13, 1933, 7:10 pm., of cerebral hemorrhage & ch.myocarditis, contributory - hypertension, father: James Longstreth, birthplace (not known), maiden name of mother (not known, her birthplace (not known). Informant: C. A. Penman. Death Certificate can be located at the Ohio Historical Society.

1870 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1255, pg.17,l.14,Dwelling & Family #124, Dated 30 July 1870:
Longstreth, James P., wm, 50, farmer, $4500, $1050, OH
Eleanor, wife, wf, 49(50?), PA
Susannah, dau., wf, 23, attends school, OH
Francis, son, wm, 21, attends school & works on farm, OH
Sylvester, son, wm, 17, attends school & works on farm, OH
Alvah, son, wm, 14, attends school & works on farm, OH
Charles, son, wm, 9, attends school, OH
*Lilly C.(?), dau., wf, 4, OH
*Sally C. in 1880 Census.

1880 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll 1057, ED206, p.20, l.23, Dwelling #140, Family #149, Dated 16 June 1880:
*Longstreth, P., wm, 60, farmer, OH,PA,PA
**Ellen, wife, wf, keeping house, 59(60?), PA,PA(MD),PA(MD)
Susan E., dau., wf, 34, dressmaker, OH,OHPA
Francis, son, wm, 31, farm hand, OH,OH,PA
Sylvester, son, wm, 27, coal miner, OH,OH,PA
Alva J., son, wm, 24, farm hand, OH,OH,PA
Charles A., son, wm, 18, OH,OH,PA
Lillie C., dau., wf, 14, OH,OH,PA
#Pearl, Margret, wf, 90?, boarder, MD,MD,MD
*His first name is James. It is James P. Longstreth
**Her name is Eleanor.
#2nd wife & widow of Lawrence Pearl. Elsewhere else we have her birth-year given as 1808.
NOTE: On the 1880 FHL Film 1255057 National Archives Film T9-1057, Pg.107D it shows "J. P." Longstreth. On the above census it just showed "P.".

1900 Census, Ohio, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Roll #___, Vol.27, ED20, pg.1 B?, l.71, Dated 1 June 1900:
Penman, Robert, wm, 33, Oct.1866, iron works, naturalized 32yrs., in US, rents house, SCOT,SCOT,SCOT
Lillian, wife, wf, 35, Dec.1864, OH,PA(OH),PA
Mary, dau., wf, 10, aug.1889, attends school, OH,SCOT,OH
Francis, son, wm, 9, Mar.1891, attends school, OH,SCOT,OH
Christina, dau., WF, 8, May 1892, attends school, OH,SCOT,OH
Helen, dau., wf, 2, Jan.1897, OH,SCOT,OH
Carl, son, wm, 1, Jun.1898, OH,SCOT,OH

1910 Census, Ohio, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Roll #1172, Vol.46, ED259, Family #147, Dated 20 April 1910:
*Longstreth, James, nephew, wm, 25, single, OH,OH,OH
Penman, Robert, wm, 42?, SCOT,SCOT,SCOT
Lillian, wife, wf, 43?, OH,?(OH)PA
Christina, dau., wf, (census was faded-hard to read)
Helen, dau., wf, (census was faded-hard to read)
Carl, son, wm, (census was faded-hard to read)
*Son of Sylvester Longstreth.

1920 Census, Ohio, East 79th St., Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Roll #1370, Vol.54, ED413, pg.2B, l.60, Dated 17 January 1920:
Penman, Bob, wm, 54?, steam fitter, rents house, R&W, SCOT,SCOT,SCOT
Lillian, wife, wf, 54?, R&W, OH,SCOT(Oh),SCOT(Pa)
Helen, dau., wf, 21, store clerk, R&W, OH,SCOT,OH
Carl, son, wm, 20, steam fitter, R&W, OH,SCOT,OH
The 1920 Census says Bob immigrated in 1894; was naturalized in 1905. The immigration date, at least, is wrong. (See 1900 census above.) Bob and Lillian were married in Perry Co. in 1889, and had children before 1894!

1930 Census, OH, Roll 1775, Cuyahoga Co., Cleveland City, 8313 Superior Ave., ED18-387, Sheet 7B & 8A, Pg. 47 & 48, Line 99 & 1, Dated April 8, 1930:
Penman, Robert, wm, 64, M. at 22, steam fitter, SCOT,SCOT,SCOT
Lilian, wife, wf, 65, M. at 23, OH,OH,OH
Frank, son, wm, single, 30, OH,SCOT,OH
Robert came to US in 1869. He is naturalized. Rents house, has radio. All read & write.

Medical Notes: contributory: Hypertension

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1870. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Lillian married Robert Boyd Penman on 20 Jan 1889 in Perry Co., Ohio, By B. M. O'boylan, Catholic Priest. Robert was born between 31 Oct 1866-1867 in Mery (Sp.?) Hill, Scotland, died on 20 Jun 1930 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, about age 63, and was buried on 23 Jun 1930 in Calvary Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio. The cause of his death was cerebral Hemmorhage.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio

Census: 1910. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio

Census: 1920. East 79 St., Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio

Children from this marriage were:

   225 F    i. Mary Penman was born in Aug 1889 in Ohio and died before 1952, before age 63.

Mary married Robert E. Soule about 1908. Robert was born between 1884 and 1885 in Nebraska.

   226 M    ii. Francis "Frank" Penman was born in Mar 1891 in Ohio and died after 1952, after age 61.

Francis married Marion Clark .

   227 F    iii. Christina Penman was born in May 1892 in Ohio, died in Jan 1959 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, at age 66, and was buried in Jan 1959 in Calvary Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio.

Christina married Homer Taylor about 1913. Homer Taylor died before Jan 1959 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio.

   228 F    iv. Helen E. Penman was born in Jun 1897 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio and died before 1952, before age 55.

Helen married John W. Blazek on 20 Jan 1927. John was born on 4 Feb 1895 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio and died on 11 Sep 1974 in Mantua, Ohio, at age 79.

   229 M    v. Carl A. Penman was born in Jun 1898 in Ohio and died on 3 Apr 1952 in Miami, Florida, at age 53.

Carl married Margaret A. Steverding on 3 Jun 1924 in Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, By Rev. Thomas C. O'reilly. Margaret was born on 6 Jul 1902 in Ohio and died in Aug 1984 in Miami, Florida 33138, at age 82.

45. John Louis Brecht was born on 28 Sep 1862 in Zanesville, Muskingum Co., Ohio, died on 7 Jan 1938 in Fairfax, Iowa, at age 75, and was buried in Fairfax, Iowa.

General Notes: John Leonard Brecht was christened in 1862 in Zanesville, Ohio.

Cedar Rapids Gazette of 17 January 1938 - Obituary of John Leonard Brecht, "He came to Iowa in 1879 with his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Brecht."

John Leonard Brecht was age 75 when he died.

1870 Census, Ohio, Bearfield Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1255, Pg.22, Line 27, Dwelling & Family #174, dated 9 Aug. 1870:
*Brecht, Vincent, wm, 45, farmer, $1500, $500, BAVARIA, both parents foreign born.
Catherine, wife, wf, 48, OH
Sarah, dau, wf, 13, OH
John, son, wm, 7, OH
Andrew, son, wm, 5, OH
* Both parents are foreign born.

1900 Census, Iowa, Iowa County, Lenox Twp., ED 44 Sheet 4 (Stamped Pg.124A), Line 23, Dwelling & Family 58, Roll 438, Dated June 7, 1900:
Brecht, John L., wm, 37, Sep.1862, M17yrs., farmer, owns farm-free of mort., reads & writes, OH,GER,PA
Louise W., wife, wf, 35, Mar.1865, M17yrs., 8 children, 8 living, reads & writes, IA,OH(GER),IA(BOHEMIA)
Lucy, dau, 15, Oct.1884, IAOH,IA
Bert (Berthold John) son, wm, 14, May 1886, attends school, IA,OH,IA
Mary, dau, wf, 12, Mar.1888, attends school, IA,OH,IA
Anna, dau, wf, 10, Nov.1889, attends school, IAOH,IA
Bertha, dau, wf, 8, l, Sep.1891, attends school, IA,OH,IA
Charlie, son, wm, 6, Aug.1893, attends school, IA,OH,IA
Henry, son, 4, wm, Aug.1895, IA,OH,IA
George, son, 2, wm, Mar.1898, IA,OH,IA
Bartosh, Nesket, servant, wf, 20, Sep.1879, IA,BOHEMIA,BOHEMIA

1910 Census, Iowa, Iowa Co., Lenox Twp., ED47, Pg.9B, Line 56, Dwelling 162, Family 164, Roll 407, Dated 11 May 1910:
Brecht, John, wm, 47, M27yrs., general farming, OH,GER,GER
Louise, wife, wf, 45, M27yrs., 12 children, 12 living, IA,GER,BOHEMIA
Anna, dau, wf, ?, , IA,OH,IA
Bertha, dau, wf, 18,, IA,OH,IA
Leslie, son, wm, 11, IA,OH,IA
Bernard, son, wm, 8, attends school, IA,OH,IA
Edward, son, wm, 6, attends school, IA,OH,IA
Harold, son, wm, 2, IA,OH,IA
All can read & write except Harold.

1920 Census, IA, Roll 499, Linn Co., Fairfax Twp., ED91, Sheet 7A, Line 7, Dated Jan. 16, 1920:
Brecht, John L., head, wm, 57, mar., farmer-general framing, OH,GER,PA
Louise L., wife, wf, 54, mar., IA,GER,BOHEMIA
Leslie, son, wm, 19, single, farm labor-working out, IA,OH,IA
Bernard L., son, wm, 17, single, attends school, IA,OH,IA
Edward J., son, wm, 15, single, attends school, IA,OH,IA
Harold L., son, wm, 13, single, attends school, IA,OH,IA
All can read & write english. Owns farm with mortgage.

1930 Census, IA, Roll 664, Linn Co., Fairfax Twp., Fairfax City, ED57-10, Sheet 1B, Pg.1, Line 92, Dated April 2 & 4, 1930:
Brecht, John L., wm, 67, M. at 21, OH,GER,PA
Louisa, wife, wf, 65, M. at 19, IA,GER,CHECK
Harold, son, wm, 22, M. at 22, IA,OH,IA
Frances, dauL, wf, 21, M at 21, IA,IA,IA
John owns house, value $4,000. All can read & write. No veterans.

John married Louise Beyer on 26 Nov 1883. Louise was born on 14 Mar 1865 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and died on 9 May 1949 in Fairfax, Iowa, at age 84.

Children from this marriage were:

   230 F    i. Lucy Brecht was born in Oct 1884 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and died in Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., Iowa.

Lucy married Wesley Bartosh . Wesley was born on 27 Sep 1879 in Iowa and died in Oct 1966 in Walford, Iowa 52351, at age 87.

   231 M    ii. Berthold John "Bert" Brecht was born between 28 May 28 and Jul 1886 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and died on 18 Jan 1925 in Watkins, Iowa, about age 1896.

Berthold married Antonette "Nettie" Boddicker on 10 Oct 1907. Antonette was born on 8 Aug 1887 in Newhall, Iowa and died on 7 Feb.

   232 F    iii. Mary Elizabeth Brecht was born on 9 Mar 1888 in Amana, Iowa, died on 29 Nov 1962 in Fairfax, Iowa, at age 74, and was buried in Fairfax, Iowa.

Mary married Frank Henry Hasley in 1907 in Norway, Iowa. Frank was born on 13 Jan 1884 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and died on 27 Jul 1969 in Fairfax, Iowa, at age 85.

   233 F    iv. Anna R. Brecht was born in Nov 1889 in Iowa, died in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and was buried in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Anna married William M. Rose Sr. . William was born between 1886 and 1887 in Iowa.

   234 F    v. Bertha T. Brecht was born on 22 Sep 1891 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and died on 16 Aug 1963 in Mankato, Minnesota, at age 71.

Bertha married Gustav Tow . Gustav Tow died in 1920.

Bertha next married Edgar Firkins in Sep 1923. Edgar was born between 1872 and 1873 in Iowa and died in Jan 1947, about age 75. The cause of his death was gangrene.

   235 M    vi. Charles A.? Or F.? Brecht was born in Aug 1894 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa, died in Anamosa, Jones Co., Iowa, and was buried in Anamosa, Jones Co., Iowa.

Charles married Elsie L. . Elsie was born on 21 Dec 1894 in Iowa and died in Jul 1986 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52404, at age 91.

   236 M    vii. Henry L. Brecht was born in Aug 1896 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and was buried in Decatur, Dekalb Co., Georgia.

Henry married Lillie Mangum about 1911. Lillie was born about 1896 in Alabama.

   237 M    viii. George Paul Brecht was born on 4 Mar 1898 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa, died on 6 Feb 1969 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, at age 70, and was buried in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

George married Esther Elizabeth Stewart about 1919. Esther was born between 1899 and 1900 in Iowa.

   238 M    ix. Leslie Brecht was born on 20 Jul 1900 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa, died in May 1963 in Washington, Iowa, at age 62, and was buried in Washington, Iowa.

   239 M    x. Bernard Francis Brecht was born on 10 Jul 1902 in Amana, Iowa, died on 6 Jul 1957 in Walker, Iowa, at age 54, and was buried in Walker, Iowa.

Bernard married Josephine Vansteenhuyse . Josephine was born on 13 Jul 1902 and died in Walker, Iowa 52352-.

   240 M    xi. Edward John Brecht was born on 21 Sep 1904 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and died in Feb 1985 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 52404, at age 80.

Edward married Anna May Spellerberg . Anna was born between 1909 and 1910 in Iowa.

   241 M    xii. Harold Brecht was born on 28 Jul 1908 in Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa.

Harold married Frances Elizabeth Minnie Kerkman in 1930 in Iowa. Frances was born on 17 Dec 1908 and died in Jan 1989 in Fairfax, Iowa 52228, at age 80.

46. Andrew Vincent Brecht was born on 22 Jan 1865 in Perry Co., Ohio, died on 23 Nov 1930 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa, at age 65, and was buried in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa. The cause of his death was anurism of the thoratic aorta.

General Notes: Benton Co., Iowa Wedding Record of Mary Ann Frese & Andrew V. Brecht

1870 Census, Ohio, Bearfield Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1255, Pg.22, Line 27, Dwelling & Family #174, dated 9 Aug. 1870:
*Brecht, Vincent, wm, 45, farmer, $1500, $500, BAVARIA, both parents foreign born.
Catherine, wife, wf, 48, OH
Sarah, dau, wf, 13, OH
John, son, wm, 7, OH
Andrew, son, wm, 5, OH
* Both parents are foreign born.

1880 Census, Iowa, Benton Co., Florence Twp., Vol. 2, ED27, Sheet 10, Line 13:
Brecht, Vincent, wm, 54, Mar., farmer, GER,GER,GER
Catherine, wife, wf, 57, Mar., keeping house, PA,PA,PA
Sarah, dau, wf, 21, single, at home, OH,GER,PA
Andrew, son, wm, 15, single, at home-attends school, OH,GER,PA
NOTE: Vincent and his parents wkere born in Baden, Germany.

1900 Census, Iowa, Benton Co., Florence Twp., ED10, Pg. 8, Line 12, Dwelling 150, Family 154, Roll 417, Dated June 12, 1900:
Brecht, Andrew V., wm, 35, Jan.1865, M15yrs., farmer, OH,GER,PA
Mary A., wife, wf, 33, Apr.1867, 7 children, 6 living, IA,GER,GER
Annie C., dau, wf, 14, Feb.1886, single, at school, IA,OH,IA
John V., son, wm, 12, Sep.1887, single, at school, IA,OH,IA
Minnie L. (Elizabeth), dau, wf, 10, Oct.1889, single, at school, IA,OH,IA
Andrew J., son, wm, 8, Aug.1891, single, at school, IA,OH,IA
Mathilda, dau, wf, 6, Oct.1893, single, at school, IA,OH,IA
Agnes S., dau, wf, 2, Nov.1897, single, IA,OH,IA
Locher, John T., boarder, wm, 22, July 1877, single, farm laborer, imig.1889, # yrs.in US-11-Naturalized, GER,GER,GER

1910 Census, Iowa, Benton Co., Florence Twp., Norway Town, Sherman St., ED9, Sheet 1B, Dwelling & Family 24, Line 84, Roll 391, Dated April 16, 1910:
Brecht, Andrew, wm, 45, M1-24 yrs., Own Income, OH,GER,PA
Mary, wife wf, 43, M1-24 yrs., 9 children, 8 living, IA,GER,GER
Andrew, son, wm, 18, laborer-odd jobs, IA,OH,IA
Matilda, dau, wf, 15, IA,OH,IA
Agnes, dau, wf, 12, at school, IA,OH,IA
Elsie, dau, wf, 6, at school, IA,OH,IA
Tessie, dau, wf, 3, IA,OH,IA
NOTE: All but two youngest can read and write.

1920 Census, Iowa, Benton Co., Florence Twp., Norway Town, Union St., ED10, Sheet 2B, Line 97, Dwelling & Family 57, Roll 477, Dated January 7, 1920:
Brecht, Andrew V., wm, 54, painter-buildings, owns house-free of mortg., OH,GER*,PA
Mary, wife, wf, 52, IA,GER,GER
Elsie, dau, wf, 16, IA,OH,IA
Tessie, dau, wf, 13, attends school, IA,OH,IA
All read and write.
*Baden, Germany

1930 Census, IA, Benton Co., Florence Twp., Norway Town, ED 6-13, Sheet 24, Pg.83, Line 87, Dated April 18, 1930:
Primrose, Dwayne, wm, 25, M. at 21, laborer-general farming, IA,IA,IA
Therisa, wf, 24, M. at 20, IA,OH,IA
Betty Marie, dau., wf, 4yrs.,2mos., single, IA,IA,IA
Rose Ella, dau., wf, 5 mos., single, IA,IA,IA
Brecht, Andrew B*., fatherL, wm, 65, wid. M. at 20, laborer-painter, OH,GER,PA
Rents house. No radio, value of property-$10.00. All adults read & write.
*Should be "V".

Andrew married Mary Ann Frese on 26 May 1885 in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Norway, Iowa. Mary was born on 9 Apr 1867 in Benton Co., (Near Norway) Iowa and died on 10 May 1928 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa 52318, at age 61.

Children from this marriage were:

   242 F    i. Anna C. Brecht was born on 19 Feb 1886 in Iowa and died on 29 Aug 1971, at age 85.

Anna married William Schulte on 14 Jun 1904 in St. Michael's, Norway, Benton Co., Iowa. William was born on 9 Jan 1877 in Iowa and died on 7 Feb 1932, at age 55.

   243 M    ii. John Vincent Brecht was born on 18 Sep 1887 in Benton Co., Iowa and died on 24 Sep 1976 in Watkins, Iowa 52354, at age 89.

John married Helena Josephine Gessner on 25 Sep 1906 in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Norway, Benton Co., Iowa. Helena was born on 7 Dec 1886 in Iowa and died on 3 Jul 1970, at age 83.

   244 F    iii. Minnie Elizabeth Brecht was born on 14 Oct 1889 in Florence Twp., Benton Co., Iowa and died on 6 Nov 1984 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, at age 95. The cause of her death was cerebrivascular accident, arteriosclerosis.

Minnie married Andrew Joseph Hasley on 21 Jan 1908 in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Norway, Benton Co., Iowa. Andrew was born on 6 Mar 1882 in Oak Ridge Farm, Iowa Co., Iowa, died on 26 Oct 1949 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa, at age 67, and was buried in Oct 1949. The cause of his death was coronary Thrombosis, generalized arteriosclerosis, Diabetes Mellitus.

   245 M    iv. Andrew J. Brecht was born on 6 Aug 1891 in Iowa and died on 8 Aug 1978 in Marengo, Iowa 52301, at age 87.

Andrew married Helena "Lena" Margaret Becker on 7 Oct 1925 in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Norway, Iowa. Helena was born on 12 Jun 1901 and died on 11 Dec 1988 in Marengo, Iowa 52301, at age 87.

   246 F    v. Mathilda Brecht was born on 14 Oct 1893 in Iowa and died on 6 Jun 1979, at age 85.

Mathilda married August M. Schulte on 12 Oct 1910 in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Norway, Iowa. August was born on 17 Mar 1889 and died on 26 Sep 1933, at age 44.

   247 M    vi. George (John) Brecht was born in 1895 in Iowa and died in 1896 in Iowa, at age 1.

   248 F    vii. Agnes S. Brecht was born on 22 Nov 1897 in Iowa and died on 15 Dec 1989 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa 52318, at age 92.

Agnes married Adam C. Schulte on 19 Oct 1915 in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Norway, Iowa. Adam was born on 15 Jun 1891 in Iowa and died on 18 Sep 1968 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa 52318, at age 77.

   249 F    viii. Elsie Helen Brecht was born on 3 Aug 1903 in Iowa and died on 27 Mar 1987 in Newhall, Iowa 52315, at age 83.

Elsie married John Louis Etscheidt on 22 Jan 1924 in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Norway, Iowa. John was born on 1 Dec 1898 and died on 3 Aug 1976 in Watkins, Iowa 52354, at age 77.

   250 F    ix. Teresa Rosella "Tessie" Brecht was born on 3 Jun 1906 in Benton Co., Iowa and died on 4 Jan 1968 in Independence, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio 44131, at age 61.

Teresa married Dwayne Orville Primrose on 17 Nov 1925 in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Norway, Iowa. Dwayne was born on 11 Sep 1904 in Benton Co., Iowa and died on 4 Jan 1968 in Iowa City, Iowa, at age 63.

47. Sarah Ann Brecht was born between 19 Jan 1857-1859 in Ohio, died on 18 Jan 1921 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa, about age 63, and was buried in 1921 in St. Michael's Cemetery. Another name for Sarah was Sarah A. Brecht.

General Notes: Benton Co. Marriage Record, Book F, pg. 81, Sarah Brecht m. John Beyer 22 Nov. 1887.

St. Michael's Cemetery Record: b.19 January 1859, d. 18 Jan. 1921. The 1900 Census shows Sarah born January 1857.

Sarah was 63 when she died.

The obituary of Sarah's brother, John Louis Brecht, states that the Brecht family went to Iowa in 1879.
While in Ohio, Sarah was employed as a cigar maker.

1860 Census, Ohio, Jefferson Twp., Muskingum County, Roll 1019, pg.538, l.30, Dwelling #627, Family #695, Dated_______ ______1860:
Breck, Vincent, wm, 33, factory hand, $600, 75, GER
Catherine, wife, wf, 37, cigar maker, can't read or write, PA
Elizabeth, dau, wf, 7, attends school, OH
Mary C., dau, wf, 6, attends school, OH
Sarah A., dau, wf, 3, OH
Francis W., son, wm, 1, OH

1870 Census, Ohio, Bearfield Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1255, Pg.22, Line 27, Dwelling & Family #174, dated 9 Aug. 1870:
*Brecht, Vincent, wm, 45, farmer, $1500, $500, BAVARIA, both parents foreign born.
Catherine, wife, wf, 48, OH
Sarah, dau, wf, 13, OH
John, son, wm, 7, OH
Andrew, son, wm, 5, OH
* Both parents are foreign born.

1880 Census, Iowa, Benton Co., Florence Twp., Vol. 2, ED27, Sheet 10, Line 13:
Brecht, Vincent, wm, 54, Mar., farmer, GER,GER,GER
Catherine, wife, wf, 57, Mar., keeping house, PA,PA,PA
Sarah, dau, wf, 21, single, at home, OH,GER,PA
Andrew, son, wm, 15, single, at home-attends school, OH,GER,PA
NOTE: Vincent and his parents wkere born in Baden, Germany.

1900 Census, Iowa, Benton Co., Norway City, Florence Twp., Vol. 4, ED10, Page 2, Line 26, Dwelling 27, Family 28, Roll 417, Dated June 2, 1900:
Beyer, John, wm, 33, Jul.1866, M.13yrs., owns house-free of mortg., pool room keeper, IA,GER,BOHEMIA
Sarah A., wf, 43, Jan.1857, M13yrs., 4 children, 4 living, OH,GER,PA
Frances C., dau, 11, Apr.1889, IA,IA,OH
Clara, dau, 8, Nov.1891at school, IA,IA,OH
Edward, son, 6, Sep.1893, at school, IA,IA,OH
Mary, dau, wf, 5, Feb.1895, at school, IA,IA,OH
All can read and write.

1910 Census, Iowa, Benton Co., Florence Twp., Norway Town, Railroad St., ED9, Sheet 3A, Dwelling & Family 60, Line 8, Roll 391, Dated 16 April 1910:
Beyer, John, wm, 42, M1-23yrs., mgr. grain elevator, owns house, free of mortg., OH(IA?),GER,AUST-BOHEM
Sarah, wife, wf, 53, M1-23yrs., had 6 children, 6 living, IA(OH?),IA(GER),PA
Clara, dau, wf 18, reads & writes IA,IA,OH
Eddie (Edward), son, 16, wm, assists-grain elevator, IA,IAOH
Mary, dau, wf, 14(15), IA,IA,OH
Berthold, son, wm, 9, attends school, IA,IA,OH
Earnest, son, wm, 6, attends school, IA,IA,OH
All but two youngest read & write.

1920 Census, Benton Co., Florence Twp., Norway Town, ED10, Sheet 2A, Line 31, Dwelling & Family 36, Dated January 6-7, 1920:
Beyer, John, wm, 52, mar.., owns home-free of mortg., Proprietor-Pool Room, IA,GER,BOHEM
Sarah, wife, wf, 62, mar., OH,GER*,PA
William E**., son, wm, 16, single, attends school, IA,IA(?),IA
* Baden, Germany
**Earnest on the 1910 Census.
All can read & write.

Sarah married John Beyer on 22 Nov 1887 in St. Michel's Catholic Church, Norway, Benton Co., Iowa. John was born on 26 Jul 1867 in Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., Iowa, died on 29 May 1946 in Goodletsville, Tennessee, at age 78, and was buried in 1946 in Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Goodletsville, Tennessee.

Noted events in their marriage were:

Alt. Marriage: Alt. Marriage, 20 Nov 1887. St. Michael's, Norway, Benton Co., Iowa

Noted events in his life were:

Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 26 Jul 1867.

Children from this marriage were:

   251 F    i. Katherine Beyer was born in Johnson Co., Iowa.

Katherine married John F. Pichart in Feb 1906.

   252 F    ii. Francis Catherine Beyer was born on 24 Apr 1889 in Johnson County, Iowa.

   253 F    iii. Clara Elizabeth Beyer was born on 28 Nov 1891 in Iowa County, Iowa.

Noted events in her life were:

Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth. Iowa County, Iowa

Clara married Arthur Holland in Nov 1912. Arthur was born between 1889 and 1890 in Iowa.

   254 M    iv. Edward Vincent "Eddie" Beyer was born on 1 Sep 1893 in Iowa. Another name for Edward was Edward Beyer.

Noted events in his life were:

Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, Sep 1893. Iowa County, Iowa

Edward married Emma Freese in Feb 1915. Emma was born about 1895 in Iowa. Another name for Emma was Emma Frese.

   255 F    v. Mary Beyer was born on 13 Feb 1895 in Iowa County, Iowa.

Noted events in her life were:

Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, Feb 1895. Iowa Co., Iowa

Mary married William Sevening in Oct 1912. William was born between 1890 and 1891 in Ohio.

   256 M    vi. John Berthold Beyer was born on 1 Aug 1900 in Norway, Benton Co., Iowa and died on 28 Oct 1925, at age 25.

   257 M    vii. William E. "Earnest" Beyer was born on 21 Dec 1903 in Iowa and died in Belding, Michigan.

48. Lucinda D. Deaver was born in Aug 1849 in Deavertown, Perry Co., Ohio.

General Notes: 1850 Census, Perry Co., Bearfield Twp., Roll 719, Pg.276, Line 39, 169/169, Nove. 13, 1850
Reuben Deaver, male, 25, mechanic, OH
Ruth, female, 25, OH
Lucinda, female, 9 mos., OH
Catherine* McCarty, female, 12, at school, IRE
*I wonder if this is the Catherine that Benedict Pearl married? Benedict was living with Henry & Sarah Deaver in the 1850 census and they lived next door to Reuben & Ruth.

1860 Census, OH, Perry Co., Monroe Twp., Chapel Hill P.O., Pg.227B, Sh. 8B, Line 3, 56/53, May 2, 1860:
Reuben Deaver, male, 35, farmer, $800/$200, OH
Ruth, female, 35, PA
Lucinda, female, 11, attends school, PA*
Sybilla, female, 9,attends school, PA*
Hugh, male, 7, attends school, PA*
Sarah, female, 5, attends school, PA*
Melissa, female, 3, PA*
Reben (Reuben), 1, PA*
*All of these children were born in Ohio.

1870 Census, MO, Carroll Co., Wakenda Twp., Carrollton, P.O., Roll 766, Pg.413, Line 18, 330/331:
Lillie, Thomas, wm, 21, farming, ILL
Lucinda, wf, 21, keeping house, OH
Mary, 3mos., MO

1880 Census, Missouri, Carroll Co., Carrolton, Vol. 6, ED154, Sheet 21, Line 26, Roll 679:
Lillie, Thomas H., wm, 31, mar., farmer, ILL,PA,ILL
Lucinda D., wife, wf, 30, mar., keeps house, OH,OH,PA
Mary J, dau, wf, 10, attends school, MO,ILL,OH
Vincent D., son, wm, 8, attends school, MO,ILL,OH
Ruth A., dau, wf, 7, attends school, MO,ILL,OH
Clara C., dau, wf, 5, MO,ILL,OH
Linnis A., son, wm, 3, MO,ILL,OH
Cora E., dau, wf, 1, MO,ILL,OH
Beard, Hershall*, 22, KY,ILL,OH
*Didn't give relationship.

1900 Census, Missouri, Carroll Co., Carrolton Twp., Vol. 17, ED1, Sheet 4, Line 42 Roll 846, Dated 8 June 1900:
Lilly, Thomas H., wm, 51, Feb.1849, M31yrs., farmer, ILL,PA,ILL
Lucinda A., wife, wf, 50, Aug.1849, M31yrs., 10 children, 10 living, OH,OH,PA
Cora E., dau, wf, 21, Oct.1878, school teacher, MO,ILL,OH
Grace, dau, wf 17, Aug.1882, school teacher, MO,ILL,OH
Lucy A., dau, wf, 15, Feb.1885, servant, MO,ILL,OH
Frances, dau, wf, 10, Oct.1889, at school, MO,ILL,OH
Thomas J., son, wm, 8, Feb.1892, at school, MO,ILL,OH
Doyle, Michael, son-in-law, wm, 34, Nov.1866, M4yrs., ILL,IRE,IRE
Ruth L*., dau, wf, 27, Apr.1873, M4yrs., 2 children, 2 living, MO,ILL,OH
Owen A., grandson, wm, 3, Aug.1896, MO,ILL,MO
Lucile A., granddau, wf, 2, Mar.1898, TEX,ILL,MO
*It's Ruth "A." in the 1880 above.

CAN'T FIND THOMAS & LUCINDA ANYWHERE AFTER THE 1900 CENSUS.

Lucinda married Thomas H. Lillie about 1866. Thomas was born in Feb 1849 in Illinois.

Children from this marriage were:

   258 F    i. Mary J. Lillie was born between 1869 and 1870 in Missouri.

   259 M    ii. Vincent D. Lillie was born between 1871 and 1872 in Missouri.

Vincent married Florence . Florence was born between 1877 and 1878 in Michigan.

   260 F    iii. Ruth A. Lillie was born in Apr 1873 in Missouri.

Ruth married Michael J. Doyle between 1895 and 1896 in Probably Carroll Co., Nebraska. Michael was born in Nov 1866 in Illinois.

   261 F    iv. Clara C. Lillie was born between 1874 and 1875 in Missouri.

   262 M    v. Linnis A. Lillie was born about 1877 in Missouri.

   263 F    vi. Cora E. Lillie was born in Oct 1878 in Missouri.

   264 F    vii. Grace Lillie was born in Aug 1882.

   265 F    viii. Lucy A. Lillie was born in Feb 1885.

   266 F    ix. Frances Lillie was born in Oct 1889 in Missouri.

   267 M    x. Thomas J. Lillie was born in Feb 1892 in Missouri.

Thomas married Lilly Kathrine about 1912. Lilly was born between 1895 and 1896 in Illinois.

51. Hugh James Deaver was born in Oct 1852 in Deavertown, Perry Co., Ohio and died before 1930 in Probably Nebraska, before age 78.

General Notes: Hugh Deaver raised horses and mules and was quite successful. He produced a good deal of hay to feed his stock. In addition he sold insurance policies to people in the area. He was remembered as a well-dressed man with a well-groomed goutee, and a fancy horse buggy. Much of the actual farmwork was performed by his sons.
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1860 Census, OH, Perry Co., Monroe Twp., Chapel Hill P.O., Pg.227B, Sh. 8B, Line 3, 56/53, May 2, 1860:
Reuben Deaver, male, 35, farmer, $800/$200, OH
Ruth, female, 35, PA
Lucinda, female, 11, attends school, PA*
Sybilla, female, 9,attends school, PA*
Hugh, male, 7, attends school, PA*
Sarah, female, 5, attends school, PA*
Melissa, female, 3, PA*
Reben (Reuben), 1, PA*
*All of these children were born in Ohio.

1870 Census, Missouri, Carroll Co., Morris Twp., P.O. Bowers City, Pg.350, line 40 & Pg.351, line 1, Dwelling 304, Family 289, Dated July 7, 1870:
Deaver, R.S.(H), wm, 45, mar., farmer, $1,200, $209, OH
Ruth, wife, wf, 45, mar, keeping house, PA
Belle, dau, wf, 19, OH
Hugh, son, wm, 17, attends school, OH
Sarah C., dau, wf, 15, attends school,
Reuben J.(L?), son, wm, 11, attends school, OH
David*, son, wm, 5, attends school, OH
*Clement D. in 1880 Census.

1880 Soundex, Missouri, Carroll Co., Morris Twp.,Vol. 6, ED147, Sheet 9, Line 34,
Dever, R. H., wm, 55, mar., farmer, OH,MD,MD
Ruth, wife, wf, 55, mar., keeps house, PA,MD,MD
Hugh J., son, wm, mar., 26, farm laborer, OH,OH,PA
Clement D., son, wm, 15, single, farm laborer, OH,OH,PA
Mary L., daughter-in-law, wf, 21, mar., not employed, IA,GER,PA
James W., grandson, wm, 3, single, MO,IA,OH
Jesse L., grandson wm, 1, single, MO,IA,OH

1900 Census, Nebraska, Thayer Co., Gilead Precinct, ED162, Sheet 5, Line 66:
Deaver, Hugh J., wm, 48, Oct.1852, M25yrs., farmer, OH,OH,PA
Mary L., wf, 41, Aug.1858, M25yrs., 10 children, 9 living, IA,GER,PA
Jessie W., son, wm, 20, Aug.1879, farmer, MO,IA,PA
Wm. H., son, wm, 16, Dec.1883, at school, NEB,IA,PA
Mary, dau, wf, 14, May 1886, at school, NEB,IA,PA
Annie E*., dau, wf, 12, Mar.1888, at school, NEB,IA,PA
Geo. C., son, wm, 10, Mar.1890, at school, NEB,IA,PA
Steven F., son, wm, 8, at school, Nov.1891, NEB,IA,PA
Charles N., son, wm, 6, at school, Oct.1892, NEB,IA,PA
Reubin H.,father, wm, 76, Nov. 1824, M49yrs., NEB(OH),IA(MD),PA?
NOTE: Reubin was a widow -- his wife had died in 1897.
*Annie E. is Ellen Ann m. to John Cortney in the 1920 Nebraska Census.

1910 Census, Nebraska, Thayer Co., Gilead Precinct, ED185, Sheet 3B, Line 96, Roll 856, Dated April 19, 1910:
Deaver, Hugh J., wm, 57, M1-35yrs., farmer, owns farm, OH,OH,OH
Mary L., wife, wf, 51, M1-35yrs., 10 children, 9 living, OH(IA?),GER,PA
George, son, wm, 20, single, at home, NEB,OH,IA
Stephen, son, wm, 18, single, at home, NEB,OH,IA
Charles, son, wm, 16, single, at home, NEB,OH,IA
All can read and write.

1920 Census, Nebraska, Thayer Co., Gilead Precinct, ED199, Sheet 4A, Line 13, Roll 1002:
Courtney, John, wm, 34, farmer, rents farm NEB,IRE,IRE
Ellen Ann*, wife, wf, 32, NEB,OH,IND
Lenna Mary, dau 9, NEB,NEB,NEB
Leonard James, son, 6, NEB,NEB,NEB
William Michael, son, 5, NEB,NEB,NEB
Deaver, Hugh, father-in-law, wm, 67, widow, OH,OH,US
All read and write.
*Ellen Ann is Annie E. in the 1900 Nebraska Census.

Hugh married Mary L. "Molly" Schmidt about 1875 in Probably Carroll Co., Missouri. Mary was born in Aug 1858 in Iowa and died before 1920, before age 62.

Children from this marriage were:

   268 M    i. James Warren "Jami" Deaver was born in Aug 1876 in Missouri and died between 1916 and 1920 in Nebraska, about age 40.

James married Hester between 1899 and 1900 in Probably Thayer Co., Nebraska. Hester was born in Nov 1876 in Nebraska.

   269 M    ii. Lawrence Deaver was born in 1878 in Missouri and died in 1878 in Missouri.

   270 M    iii. Jesse L. Deaver was born in Aug 1879 in Missouri.

Jesse married Ada P. "Addie" Russell about 1902. Ada was born about 1882 in Indiana.

   271 F    iv. Mildred Deaver was born in 1881 in Missouri.

   272 M    v. William H. Deaver was born in Dec 1883 in Jefferson Co., Nebraska.

William married Viola C. . Viola was born on 17 Feb 1888 in Nebraska and died in Jul 1963, at age 75.

   273 F    vi. Mary E. Deaver was born in May 1886 in Jefferson Co., Nebraska.

Mary married Humphrey P. Cortney . Humphrey was born between 1881 and 1882 in Ill.

   274 F    vii. Ellen Ann Deaver was born on 28 Mar 1888 in Jefferson Co., Nebraska and died in Sep 1970 in Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska 68103, at age 82.

Ellen married James B. Cortney between 1907 and 1908. James was born between 1885 and 1886 in Nebraska.

   275 M    viii. George C. Deaver was born on 26 Mar 1890 in Jefferson Co., Nebraska and died in Jul 1969 in Probably Sidney, Cheyenne Co., NE 69162, at age 79.

Noted events in his life were:

Social Sec.: Jul 1969. #507-42-8477, issued NE for George Deaver, b. 26 Mar. 1890, d. July 1969, last res. Sidney, Cheyenne Co., NE 69162

George married (name unknown).

   276 M    ix. Stephen F. Deaver was born in Nov 1891 in Jefferson Co., Nebraska.

Stephen married Rose M. about 1913 in Probably Nebraska. Rose was born on 8 Jun 1894 in Nebraska and died in Jul 1980 in Nebraska, at age 86.

   277 M    x. Charles N. Deaver was born in Oct 1892 in Jefferson Co., Nebraska.

Charles married Anna about 1912. Anna was born about 1892 in Nebraska.

52. Sarah C. Deaver was born in Sep 1854 in Deavertown, Perry Co., Ohio.

General Notes: Sarah & Philip moved to Clinton, Oklahoma, where he died.
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1860 Census, OH, Perry Co., Monroe Twp., Chapel Hill P.O., Pg.227B, Sh. 8B, Line 3, 56/53, May 2, 1860:
Reuben Deaver, male, 35, farmer, $800/$200, OH
Ruth, female, 35, PA
Lucinda, female, 11, attends school, PA*
Sybilla, female, 9,attends school, PA*
Hugh, male, 7, attends school, PA*
Sarah, female, 5, attends school, PA*
Melissa, female, 3, PA*
Reben (Reuben), 1, PA*
*All of these children were born in Ohio.

1870 Census, Missouri, Carroll Co., Morris Twp., P.O. Bowers City, Pg.350, line 40 & Pg.351, line 1,
Dwelling 304, Family 289, Dated July 7, 1870:
Deaver, R.S.(H), wm, 45, mar., farmer, $1,200, $209, OH
Ruth, wife, wf, 45, mar, keeping house, PA
Belle, dau, wf, 19, OH
Hugh, son, wm, 17, attends school, OH
Sarah C., dau, wf, 15, attends school,
Reuben J.(L?), son, wm, 11, attends school, OH
David*, son, wm, 5, attends school, OH
*Clement D. in 1880 Census.

1880 Census, Missouri, Carroll Co., Grand River, Vol. 6, ED158, Dwelling 304, Family 309, Sheet 31, Line 18, Roll 679, Dated June 22, 1880:
Hannaven, Philip, wm, 31, farmer, MO,IRE,IRE
Sarah, wife, wf, 25, keeps house, OH,OH,PA
Dallah, dau, wf, 7, MO,MO,OH
Raymond, son, wm, 4, MO,MO,OH
Laurence, son, wm, 2, MO,MO,OH
Albert, son, wm, 11 months,(July), MO,MO,OH
Cochran, Thomas, hired laborer, wm, 12, MO,MO,MO

1900 Census, Missouri, Carroll Co., Delaware Twp., Vol. 17, ED7, Sheet 7, Line 6, Roll 846, Dated June 9, 1900:
Hannovan, Philip, wm, 51, Sep. 1848, Mar.28yrs., farmer, MO,IRE,IRE
Sarah wife, wf, 45, Sep.1854, 11 children, 11 living, OH,OH,PA
Francis, son, wm, 13, Feb.1887, at school, MO,MO,OH
Catherine, dau, wf, 12, Dec.1888, at school, MO,MO,OH
John, son, wm, 9, May 1891, at school, MO,MO,OH
Minnie, dau, wf, 7, Apr. 1893, at school, MO,MO,OH
Charles, son, wm, 5, Feb.1895 at school, MO,MO,OH

1910 Census, Oklahoma, Custer Co., Washata Twp., Roll 1250, ED125, Sheet 413, Line 91:
Hanavan, Sarah C., head, wf, 56, widow, 11 children, 11 living, OH,OH,OH
Albert, son, wm, 30, single, farm laborer, house farm, MO,MO,OH
John, son, wm, 17, MO,MO,OH
Minnie, dau, wf, 16, single, MO,MO,OH
Charles, son, wm, 14, single, farm laborer, house farm, MO,MO,OH

1920 CENSUS -- COULDN'T FIND SARAH ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.

1930 Census, OK, Custer Co., Clinton City, Ward 2, 916 Choctaw Ave., ED20-12, Pg.102, Sheet 2A, Line 1, Dated 3 April 1930:
Clinton, Gaylord, wm, 36, M. at 32, IND,IND,IND
Irma G., wife, wf, 25, M. at 21, OK,ARK,ARK
Hanavan, Sarah C., roomer, wf, 75, widow, OH,OH,PA
Rents at $30.00; all read & write.

Sarah married Phillip Hanavan in Missouri. Phillip was born in Sep 1848 in Missouri and died before 1910 in Clinton, Oklahoma, before age 62.

Children from this marriage were:

   278 F    i. Dallah Hanavan was born about 1873 in Missouri.

   279 M    ii. Raymond Hanavan was born about 1876 in Missouri.

   280 M    iii. Laurence Robbin Hanavan was born on 16 Aug 1877 in Missouri and died on 17 Mar 1954 in Alameda, CA, at age 76.

Noted events in his life were:

Death Certificate: 17 Mar 1954. CA Death Records: Lawrence Robbin Hanavan, b. 8/16/1877, Missouri, mom-Deaver, dad Phillip Hanavan, d. 3/17/1954, Alameda, CA

Laurence married Alpha Hughes . Alpha was born between 1880 and 1881 in Missouri.

   281 M    iv. Albert P. Hanavan was born on 12 Jul 1879 in Missouri and died on 13 Jul 1945 in San Joaquin Co., CA, at age 66.

Noted events in his life were:

Death Certificate: 13 Jul 1945. CA Death Records: Albert Hanavan, b. 7/12/1879, b. Missouri, mom-Deaver, dad-Hanavan, d. 7/13/1945, San Joaquin, CA

   282 M    v. Francis "Frank" Leo Hanavan Sr. was born on 25 Feb 1887 in Missouri and died on 22 Jun 1957 in Alameda Co., CA, at age 70.

Noted events in his life were:

Death Certificate: 22 Jun 1957. CA Death Records: Frank Leo Hanavan, b. 2/25/1887, Missouri, mother's maiden name-Deaver, father's name-Hanavan, d. 22 June 1957, Alameda Co., CA

Francis married Stella M. Clark in 1909. Stella was born on 24 Feb 1890 in Texas and died on 17 Dec 1974 in Alameda Co., CA, at age 84.

Noted events in her life were:

Death Certificate: 17 Dec 1974. CA Death Records: Stella M. Hanavan, b. 2/24/1890, Texas, d. Alameda Co. CA, 12/17/1974

   283 F    vi. Catherine Hanavan was born in Dec 1888 in Missouri.

   284 M    vii. John J. Hanavan was born on 14 May 1891 in Missouri and died on 3 May 1982 in Oakland, Alameda Co., Calif., at age 90.

Noted events in his life were:

Death Certificate: 3 May 1982. CA Death Records: John J. Hanavan, b. 5/14/1891-Missouri, mom-Deaver, d. 5/3/1982, Alameda, CA

John married Beulah L. . Beulah was born on 28 May 1896 in Texas and died on 20 Aug 1988 in Pittsburg, Contra Costa, PA, at age 92.

   285 F    viii. Minnie Hanavan was born in Apr 1893 in Missouri.

   286 M    ix. Charles "Charlie" Hanavan was born in Feb 1895 in Missouri.

Charles married Anna . Anna was born in 1893 in Nebraska.

55. David Clement Deaver was born in Aug 1864 in Deavertown, Ohio and died before 1920 in Probably Nebraska, before age 56.

General Notes: D. Clem Deaver - Hugh's brother - settled in Omaha, NE and married Tessie Macenery, who had come from Virginia. D. Clem worked for the railroad, and at one point founded the town of Deaver, Wyoming. D. Clem and Tessie had a son, Quenten, and a daughter, Blanche. Quenten lived in Cheyenne, where he settled with his family. He worked for a New York bank and made several prolonged trips to South America.

1880 Census Soundex, Missouri, Carroll Co., Morris Twp., Vol. 6, ED147, Sheet 9, Line 34:
Dever, R. H., wm, 55, mar., farmer, OH,MD,MD
Ruth, wife, wf, 55, mar., keeps house, PA,MD,MD
Hugh J., son, wm, mar., 26, farm laborer, OH,OH,PA
Clement D., son, wm, 15, single, farm laborer, OH,OH,PA
Mary L., daughter-in-law, wf, 21, mar., not employed, IA,GER,PA
James W., grandson, wm, 3, single, MO,IA,OH
Jesse L., grandson wm, 1, single, MO,IA,OH

Couldn't find David in 1910 in NE, Douglas Co., Omaha, Ward 10.

1900, Nebraska, Douglas Co., Omaha, ED87, Sheet 6, Line 31, Dated ___ 1900:
Deaver, David C., wm, 35, Aug.1864, Newspaper Editor, rents house, OH,LA(OH),LA(PA)
Theresa, wife, wf, 33, Aug.1865, 2 children, 2 living, MO,IRE,IRE
Quenten K., son, wm, 10, Dec.1889, at school, NEB,OH,MO
Blanche, dau, wf, 7, Sep.1892, at school, NEB,OH,MO
1 servant (not available)
3 Boarders (not available)
All can read & write.

1920 Census, NE, Douglas Co., Omaha, Ward 9, Precinct 12, South 31st Street, Roll 987, ED101, Pg.223A, Sh. 4A, Line 38, 6 Jan. 1920:
Sullivan, John J., head, wm, 35, NE,IRE,IRE
Blanche D., wife, wf, 27, NE,OH,MO
Deaver, Theresa, Mo-Law, wm, 45, wid., MO,IRE,IRE

David married Theresa "Tessie" Macenery . Theresa was born in Aug 1865 in Missouri.

Children from this marriage were:

   287 M    i. Quenten K. Deaver was born in Dec 1889 in Nebraska.

Quenten married Susan . Susan was born between 1891 and 1892 in Nebraska.

   288 F    ii. Blanche Deaver was born in Sep 1892 in Nebraska.

Blanche married John J. Sullivan . John was born between 1884 and 1885 in Nebraska and died before 1930, about age 46.

56. Agnes Diss was born between 1853 and 1854 in Ohio.

General Notes: 1860 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1022, pg.84 (199), l.10 Dwelling #642, Family #580, Dated 20 July 1860:
Diss, Anthony, wm, 47, farmer, $600, $200, FRANCE
Mary, wife, wf, 33, cigarmaker, PA
*Casper, A., wm, 21, cooper, OH
*Elizabeth, dau, wf, 17, OH
Agnes, dau, wf, 6, attends school, OH
Kate, dau, wf, 5, attends school, OH
Margaret, dau, wf, 3, OH
Albert, son, wm, 1, OH
Sarah, dau, wf, 1mo., OH
*Children of Anthony's by a previous marriage.

1870 Census, Ohio, Somerset P.O., Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1255, pg.12 (34), l.ll, Dwelling & Family #88, dated 18 July 1870:
Diss, Anthony, wm, 58, cooper, US Citizen, $1000, $200, FRANCE
Mary, wife, wf, 43, PA
Agnes, dau, wf, 16, attends school, OH
Catherine, dau, wf, 15, attends school, OH
Albert, son, wm, 11, attends school, OH
Sarah, dau, wf, 10, attends school, OH
Francis, son, wm, 8, attends school, OH
John J. son, wm, 6, attends school, OH
*Springer, Mary, wf, 8, attends school, OH
Note: *Her father was born in France, and her mother in Pennsylvania. She is the niece of Anthony and Mary.

1880 Census, Ohio, Jackson Twp., Guernsey Co., Roll #1020, ED67, pg.l (86A), l.44, Family #11, dated 7 June 1880:
Moon, Richard, wm, 26, mar, coal miner, can't read or write, VA,ENG,ENG
*Isabel, wife, wf, 26, m, keeping house, OH,FRA,OH
John, son, wm, 2, OH,VA,OH
Agnes, dau, wf, 5mo., Jan.1880, OH,VA,OH
Diss, Anthony, father-in-law, 68, cooper, FRANCE,FRANCE,FRANCE
*Her name was given as Agnes in the 1860 and 1870 censuses. Evidently, it was Agnes Isabel, or Isabel Agnes, and she is using the Isabel since naming the baby Agnes.

1900 OHIO SOUNDEX - Didn't find the Moon family.

Agnes married Richard Moon . Richard was born between 1853 and 1854 in Virginia.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1880. Jackson Twp., Guernsey Co., Ohio

Children from this marriage were:

   289 M    i. John Moon was born between 1877 and 1878 in Ohio.

   290 F    ii. Agnes Moon was born in Jan 1880 in Ohio.

59. Albert Diss was born in Apr 1858 in Ohio and died between 1900 and 1910 in Probably Guernsey Co., OH, about age 42.

General Notes: Cambridge Jeffersonian (Camebridge, Ohio), 31 August 1905
New Cases in common pleas court: Albert Diss vs. Maria Diss, divorce - grounds extreme cruelty.
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1860 Census, Ohio, Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1022, pg.84 (199), l.10 Dwelling #642, Family #580, Dated 20 July 1860:
Diss, Anthony, wm, 47, farmer, $600, $200, FRANCE
Mary, wife, wf, 33, cigarmaker, PA
*Casper, A., wm, 21, cooper, OH
*Elizabeth, dau, wf, 17, OH
Agnes, dau, wf, 6, attends school, OH
Kate, dau, wf, 5, attends school, OH
Margaret, dau, wf, 3, OH
Albert, son, wm, 1, OH
Sarah, dau, wf, 1mo., OH
*Children of Anthony's by a previous marriage.

1870 Census, Ohio, Somerset P.O., Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1255, pg.12 (34), l.ll, Dwelling & Family #88, dated 18 July 1870:
Diss, Anthony, wm, 58, cooper, US Citizen, $1000, $200, FRANCE
Mary, wife, wf, 43, PA
Agnes, dau, wf, 16, attends school, OH
Catherine, dau, wf, 15, attends school, OH
Albert, son, wm, 11, attends school, OH
Sarah, dau, wf, 10, attends school, OH
Francis, son, wm, 8, attends school, OH
John J. son, wm, 6, attends school, OH
*Springer, Mary, wf, 8, attends school, OH
Note: *Her father was born in France, and her mother in Pennsylvania. She is the niece of Anthony and Mary.

1880 Census, Ohio, Guernsey Co., Westland TWP., ED80, pg.19 (285C), Line 21, Dwelling & Family (blank), Roll 1020, Dated June 15, 1880:
Diss, Albert, wm, 25, mar., coal miner, OH,OH,OH
Mariah, wife, wf, 22, mar., keeps house, OH,OH,OH
Francis, son, wm, 2, single, OH,OH,OH
Sarah, dau, wf, 1, single, OH,OH,OH

1900 Census, Ohio, Guernsey Co., Center Twp., ED9, Sheet 22, Line 53, Dwelling 289, Family 319:
Diss, Albert, wm, 42, Apr.1858, M24yrs.,coal miner, rents house, OH,FRANCE,FRANCE(PA)
Mariah, wife, wf, 45, Oct.1854, M24yrs., 9 children, 8 living, OH,OH,OH
Frank, son, wm, 23, Apr.1877, coal miner, OH,OH,OH
Mary, dau, wf, 19, Apr.1881, OH,OH,OH
Joseph, son, wm, 17, Mar.1883, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Thomas, son, wm, 15, Mar.1885,attends school, OH,OH,OH
Richard, son, wm, 13, May 1887, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Cora, dau, wf, 11, Oct.1889, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Rosa, dau, wf, 3, Jul.1896, OH,OH,OH
NOTE: All but Rosa can read & write.

1910 OH, Guernsey Co., Jackson Twp., Byesville Village,Precinct A, ED16, Pg 247B, Sh. 7B, Visit 9, 2 May 1910:
Albert Diss, head, wm, 49, M2-4yrs., OH,FRANCE, PA,
Mary, wife, wf, 40, M1-4yrs., OH,OH,OH
Nola Collins, adopted daughter, wf, 11, attends school, OH,OH,OH
11 non-relative boarders.
Albert is a keeper-boarding house; all read & write.

Albert married Mariah I. between 1875 and 1876 in Ohio. Mariah was born in Oct 1854 in Ohio and died after 1930 in Guernsey Co., Ohio, after age 76.

Children from this marriage were:

   291 U    i. ? Diss .

   292 M    ii. Francis "Frank" Diss was born in Apr 1877 in Ohio.

   293 F    iii. Sarah Diss was born between 1878 and 1879.

   294 F    iv. Mary E. Diss was born in Apr 1881 in Ohio.

Mary married ? Messer between 1901 and 1902.

Mary next married William Reid between 1909 and 1910. William was born about 1874 in Scotland and died before 1920 in Probably Alliance, Stark Co., OH, before age 46.

Mary next married John Johnson after 1920. John was born between 1875 and 1876 in Michigan and died before 1930 in Probably Guernsey Co., OH, about age 55.

   295 M    v. Joseph Diss was born in Mar 1883 in Ohio.

Joseph married Mary . Mary was born between 1886 and 1887 in Ohio.

   296 M    vi. Thomas Diss was born in Mar 1885 in Ohio.

Thomas married Lena about 1908 in Ohio. Lena was born between 1890 and 1891 in Ohio Or Illinois.

   297 M    vii. Richard Diss was born in May 1887 in Ohio.

   298 F    viii. Cora Diss was born in Oct 1889.

   299 F    ix. Rosa Diss was born in Jul 1896.

62. John J. Diss Sr. was born between 1863 and 1864 in Ohio.

General Notes: 1870 Census, Ohio, Somerset P.O., Harrison Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1255, pg.12 (34), l.ll, Dwelling & Family #88, dated 18 July 1870:
Diss, Anthony, wm, 58, cooper, US Citizen, $1000, $200, FRANCE
Mary, wife, wf, 43, PA
Agnes, dau, wf, 16, attends school, OH
Catherine, dau, wf, 15, attends school, OH
Albert, son, wm, 11, attends school, OH
Sarah, dau, wf, 10, attends school, OH
Francis, son, wm, 8, attends school, OH
John J. son, wm, 6, attends school, OH
*Springer, Mary, wf, 8, attends school, OH
Note: *Her father was born in France, and her mother in Pennsylvania. She is the niece of Anthony and Mary.

1880 Census, Ohio, Muskingum County, Zanesville City,1st Ward, ED176, Pg.14 (367B), Line 46, Roll 1054, Dated 7 June 1880:
Boswell, George, wm, 21, OH
Murth, wife, wf, 17, OH
Diss, John, wm, 16, boarder, single, occupation-binding, reads & writes, OH,OH(FRANCE),OH(PA)

1900 Census, ILL, Cook Co., Harey City, Thornton Twp., 15808 Maine St., Roll 295, ED 1193, Sh. 24, Line 29, 16 June 1900:
Diss, John, head, wm, 36, Mar. 1864, Mar.-16 yrs., laborer, OH,FRANCE,OH(PA)
Kate G., wife, wf, 37, June 1868, 6 ch., 6 liv.,PA,GER,GER
Lizzi, dau., wf, 14, June 1885, chorus girl, ILL,OH,PA
Mary, dau., wf, 13, July 1886, attends school, IA,OH,PA
John, son, wm, 12, Apr. 1888, attends school, ILL,OH,PA
Frank, son, wm, 9, Aug. 1890, attends school, ILL,OH,PA
Laura (Loretta), dau., wf, 6, July 1893, attends school, ILL,OH,PA
Rents house; all but Laura read & write.

1910 Census, ILL, LaSalle Co., Crotty Village, ED112, Pg.224A, Line 6, 101/101, 18 April 1910(This census is not very readable.)
Diss, John, head, wm, 46, laborer-odd jobs, OH,GER,UNKNOWN
Catherine, wife, wf, 42, PA, GER,GER
John, son, wm, 22, teamster-general delivery, ILL,OH,PA
Loretta A., dau., wf, 16, attends school, ILL,OH,PA

1920 Census, ILL, LaSalle Co., Manlius Twp., Crotty Village, Roll 378, ED122, Sh. 9A, Line 6, 222/222, 19 January 1920:
Diss, John, head, wm, 57, mar., OH,FRANCE,FRANCE(PA)
Katherine, wife, wf, 51, mar., PA,GER,GER
Loretta, dau., wf, 26, single, ILL,OH,PA
All read & write; owns free of mortgage.
John is a laborer-general.

1930 Census, OH, Ill, LaSalle Co., Manlius Twp., Crotty Village, Roll 531, ED50, Sh. 9B, 238/238, April 15, 1930:
Diss, John, head, wm, 66, M at 21, laborer-odd jobs, OH,FRANCE,PA
Catherine, wife, wf, 62, M at 17, PA,GER,GER
Louretta, dau., wf, 37, single, ILL,OH,PA

John married Catherine . Catherine was born between 1867 and 1868 in Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

   300 F    i. Lizzi Diss was born in Jun 1885 in Illinois.

   301 F    ii. Mary Diss was born in Jul 1886 in Iowa.

   302 M    iii. John J. Diss Jr. was born in Apr 1888 in Illinois.

John married Anne . Anne was born between 1892 and 1893 in Illinois.

   303 M    iv. Frank S. Diss was born in Aug 1890 in Illinois.

   304 F    v. Loretta A. Diss was born in Jul 1893 in Illinois.

64. Franklin N. Perrell Sr. was born on 27 Mar 1864 in Wisconsin and died on 27 Mar 1926 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH, at age 62. The cause of his death was myocarditis.

General Notes: Franklin Perrell was born to John James Pearl and Sarah Elizabeth Maris. There are various spellings on various records through the years, such as Pearl, Purl, Perl, Pearle, Perril, Perrill, Perrel, Perrell, etc.
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Franklin Perrell, Sr., was Lieut. on the Cleveland Fire Department.
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The first listing of Franklin Perrell in the Cleveland, Ohio, City Directory is in 1892: Frank N. Perrell, bridge builder, 106 Holmden Avenue. We know, however, that he was there before that because he was married in Cleveland 26 March 1891. In the 1894 Cleveland City Directory he is listed as a fireman living at 106 Holmden Ave.; also on the 1895-1896; 1897; 1898;1900-01 Cleveland City Directory Franklin is listed asFire Dept. and living at 106 Holmden Ave and all later ones.
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We think that Franklin, Sr., left home and came to Cleveland shortly after his mother's death in 1890. We were always told that he was upset about something that happened in the Catholic Church & he would never say what it was. It might have been a combination of things. He was the oldest child, his sister Mary was next to him in age & she died at age 21 in 1887 and then his mom died in 1890. These deaths & perhaps the way that they were handled apparently upset him to such an extent that he left home & never went back. There is also the possibility that something else happened to him concerning the Catholic Church that he was unwilling to talk about.
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State of Ohio, Certificate of Death, Registered #3143: Franklin Perrell, Sr., age 62, 12 days, b. Wisconsin, occupation: City fireman Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, died 27 March 1926, in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, name of mother unknown, b. U.S., father unknown, b. U.S.
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Funeral expenses from O. F. Spaulding Funeral Home, 2704 Denison Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. The total was $574.80, dated 30 March 1926.
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Franklin, Sr. and Ida Perrell are buried at Riverside Cemetery on W.25th St., Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. Riverside Cemetery grave layout: Perrell Monument, Earl, Catherine Ann, Ida, Baby Perrell (probably Roy & Pearl's baby), Franklin, Baby Perrell (probably Virgil & Anna's baby), and little Nellie & Charles Hart.
Tombstone reads 1863-1926. The 1863 should be1864.
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To find graves at Riverside Cemetery: Enter Riverside Cemetery from W.25th St. and go to the left and count five maple trees. Graves are directly across from fifth maple tree.
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Cleveland Plain Dealer, 19 March 1926, newspaper obituary: Perrell-Franklin, age 62 years, beloved husband of Ida, father of Roy C., Earl E., Franklin and Virgil C., Saturday, p.m., at his residence, 3618 Revere Court. Funeral from late residence, Tuesday, 2:30 p.m.
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Marriage license of Franklin Perrel* and Ida E. Hart, dated 25
March 1891. They were joined in marriage by Rev. O. D. Patch on 26 March, 1891.
* Perrel has only one "l", should be two. Franklin then signed his name Perrel, but the 1st "r" looks like it was first written as an "a". The first time Franklin is listed in the City Directory his last name has only one "l" -- "Perrel".
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Letter written 4 September 1916, from Hartford, Connecticut, to Earl & Kitty from Franklin & Ida Perrell:
Dear Pearl and Kitty.

We got your letter this evening. We are having good time. Ma's arm is better, some soreness in it yet from bruise.
We will be at the Union Station (shanty) at the foot of West 9th Street. (Not the B&O where we got on) but we will be at the Union Depot at foot of West 9th Street, north of Lakeside Ave. We will arrive on pullman car direct from Albany, New York, to Cleveland, Ohio, on NYC and Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R.R. at ll:52 a.m. (your time) Sunday, Sept. 10th so be there with your auto and Charles and Katherine if you can to get us home. Remember we will be there at Union shanty at 8 minutes till 12 (noon) Sunday, Sept. 10th.
Kitty, you get us some bacon l lb. sliced and l box cream of wheat and l big loaf bread and l/2 lb. of butter. Pay cash for it and we will pay you when we get home. We want it for Monday breakfast. We leave here at 6:54 and get to New York at 9:44 a.m. Thursday. It is 108 miles and we get there in 2 hrs. and 50 min. so we will be at Hotel Majestie, New York after Wednesday and at Hartford at #36 Ford St. 7:00 a.m. Friday, Sep. 1st. Will leave there about the 5th unless the R.R. strike starts then we'll have to start in time to get from Albany, N.Y. on the Trolley lines to Buffalo, NY. and the C&B Boat home. I am having good time but somehow I'm kind of lonesome for you all. I'll put in a few kisses for Charles xxxxxx, one for each year old he is. Now all be good and write us at Hartford soon as you get this. I'd feel better if I heard from you I'd know you were all o.k.

Lovingly Pa

Remember No. 36 Ford St., Hartford, Conn.
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Letter written from Florence, Alabama, June 19th, 1918, to Charles W. Perrell, 4215 West 24th Street, Cleveland, Ohio.

Hello Charles:

How are you? Are you on vacation now? We have ripe sweet apples, cherries, plumbs, peaches, berries, mulberries, and everything nice.
The swimming pond is nice and warm but the poison snakes chase me out, so I don't go in. The cotton is just coming in bloom and is very pretty. There is many pretty birds, red bird, bluejay, mocking bird, quails, that whistle "Bob White" and big hawks that catch little chickens and eat them, and big turkey buzzards, that eat dead horses and all dead animals. There is lots of mules and plenty of blacks. It is very hot here. Too hot for me to work and the flies are so many, and they bite hard. In the woods there is big snakes, lizzards, spiders. I went and seen a cotton gin that takes the seeds out of the cotton and bales it. There is not many automobiles in the country. Plantations use horse and buggy.
I am not feeling good so when I get my pay next Saturday I'll start home. If I am well enough I will stop a while in the Cumberland mountains to visit my old schoolmates of 43 years ago, then I'll come on home. I was down in the woods this morning and a big viper snake stuck his head up out of the weeds and said "Howdy doo". I said "good bye". He had a big lump in his neck and he stuck out his yoked tongue and hissed at me.

Good bye be good.
Grand Pa
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1870 Census, Ohio, York Twp., Morgan Co., Fam.22, pg.253, Dated 11 Aug. 1870:
Pearl, John J., wm, 34,farmer, $1800, $500, PA
wife, Sarah E., wf, 30, keeps house, DEL
*Francis, son, wm, 6, attends school, WIS
Mary L., dau, wf, 4, WIS
Ella A., dau, wf, 8 months, OH
**Margaret Pearl, wf, 75**, infirmed at home, MD
* His name is Franklin on other censuses.
**This is Lawrence Pearl's 2nd wife. Her age is 55 in the 1860 Census. In the 1880 Census she is living with James & Eleanor Pearl Longstreth & she is 90 years old. Not sure which is correct? See Lawrence's notes for the 1860 Census.

1880 Census, Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, Roll #1057, ED212, Vol.51, pg.15, l. 28:
Pearl, John, wm, 44, mar., farmer, PA,VA(Md),MD
Sara, wife, wf, 40, mar., DEL,OH,MD
Franklin, son, wm, 16, single, attends school, mines limestone, WIS,PA,DEL
Mary, dau, wf, 14, single, attends school, WIS,PA,DEL
*Elma, dau, wf, 10, single, attends school, OH,PA,DEL
**Edmond, son, wm, 8, single, attends school, OH,PA,DEL
Walter, son, wm, 6, single, attends school, KY,PA,DEL
William, son, wm, 3, single, OH,PA,DEL
Dora C., dau, wf, 9 months, single, OH,PA,DEL
* Ella on 1870 Census.
**Edward on other Censuses.

1900 Census, Ohio, Holmden Avenue, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Roll #1259, ED187, pg.8B, l.62:
Perrell, Franklin, wm, 36, Mar.1864, M9yrs., fireman, OH(Wis)MD(Pa),PA(Del)
*Ida E., wife, wf, 39(38), Nov.1861, M9yrs., 6 children, five living, OH,ISLE OF MAN,OH
John, son, wm, 17, Jan.1883, collector, OH,OH,OH
Roy, son, wm, 13, Dec.1886, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Earl, son, wm, 11, Oct.1888, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Franklin, son, wm, 8, Nov.1891, attends school, OH,OH(Wis),OH
Virgil, son, wm, 3, Aug.1896, OH,OH(Wis),OH
All can read and write, except Virgil.
Sons, John, Roy, and Earl were adopted by Franklin, Sr.

1910 Census, Ohio, 1543 Holmden Avenue, S.W., Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Roll #1168, ED123, dated 15 April 1910:
Perrell, Franklyn(i), wm, 46, 1st M20(19)yrs., lieut.fireman, owns house with mortgage, OH(Wis)MD(Pa),PA(Del)
Ida E., wf, 49(48), 3RD m20(19)YRS., 6 children, 5 living, OH,NR*,NR*
Roy C., son, wm, 23, single, electrician-blast furnace, OH,NR,NR
Franklyn(i), son, wm, 18, OH,NR,NR
Earl E., son, wm, 21, M1yr., electrician, Light Co.(CEI), OH,NR,NR
Catherine Ann, dau-in-law, wf, 24, M1yr., IND,NR,NR
Virgil Clayton, son, wm, 13, attends school, OH,NR,NR
All can read and write.
* NR means this information wasn't recorded on this census.

1920 Census, Ohio, 3618 Revere Court, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Roll 1362, ED98, pg.13B, l.67, dated January 1920:
Perrell, Franklin, Sr., wm, 55, mar., owns house with mortgage, fireman, IA(Wis),GER(Pa),GER,(Del)
Ida, wife, wf, 58, mar, OH,GER(Isle of Man),GER,(OH)
Virgil, son, wm, 23, single, electrician, OH,OH(Wis),OH
Anna, dau-in-law, wf, 23(24), single, OH,US(Bohemia),US(Bohemia)
All read and write. There is a lot of wrong info in this census. See 1900 and 1910 Censuses for correct birth places. Anna and Virgil were married.

Ordered New Lexington Tribune microfilm of the newspapers for the following dates: 1885-7/28/1887; 8/4/1887-1/30/1890; 2/6/1890-5/26/1892. NOTHING WAS FOUND IN THE NEW LEXINGTON TRIBUNE.

If nothing is found in the above newspapers there are the New Lexington Herald dated 11/7/1889-12/25/1890; and the New Lexington Democratic Herald dated 10/7/1886-9/6/88 that could be ordered. I didn't order them.

All the above newspapers are located at the Ohio Genealogical Society and can be ordered through the Akron Public Library.

Medical Notes: Contributory cause was nephritis for 14 years.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1870. York Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., OH

Census: 1900. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH

Census: 1910. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH

Census: 1920. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Census: 1930. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Franklin married Ida Ellen Collister on 26 Mar 1891 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. Ida was born on 21 Nov 1861 in Painesville, Lake Co., Ohio and died on 4 Jan 1933 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, at age 71. The cause of her death was bronchopneumonia.

Children from this marriage were:

   305 M    i. John C. Seuberth Perrell was born in Jan 1883 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio, died in 1932, at age 49, and was buried in 1932 in West Park Cemetery, Cleveland, OH.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Census: 1920. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

John married Elenora Stuehr , daughter of Unknown and Unknown , on 15 Nov 1913 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH. Elenora was born between 1884 and 1885 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH.

   306 M    ii. Roy C. Hart Perrell was born on 26 Dec 1886 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio, died on 19 Feb 1967 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, at age 80, and was buried on 20 Feb 1967 in West Park Cemetery, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. Another name for Roy was Roy Hart Perrell.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Census: 1910. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Census: 1930. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Roy married Pearl Stuehr , daughter of Unknown and Unknown , on 12 Jul 1911. Pearl was born on 17 Nov 1891 in Ohio and died in Mar 1978 in Royal Oak, Michigan 48067, at age 86.

   307 M    iii. Earl E. Hart Perrell was born on 9 Oct 1888 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio and died on 25 Nov 1930 in Hambden, Lake Co., Ohio, at age 42.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Census: 1910. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Census: 1920. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Census: 1930. Geauga Co., Chardon Twp., Chardon Village, OH

Earl married Catherine Ann "Kitty" Ward on 17 Jun 1909 in Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. Catherine was born BET 3 AND 6 JUL 1885 in South Bend, Indiana and died on 18 May 1980 in Parma, Cuyahoga County, Ohio 44129.

   308 M    iv. Franklin "Frank" Perrell Jr. was born on 8 Nov 1891 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, died on 29 Jan 1955 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, at age 63, and was buried in Feb 1955 in Brooklyn Hts., Cem. Mausoleum, Broadview Road, Cleve., Cuy.Co., Ohio. The cause of his death was coronary Thrombosis, & Arteriosclerosis.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Census: 1910. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Census: 1920. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Census: 1930. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Franklin married Edythe Marie Teubner on 18 Mar 1914 in Pilgrim Congregational Church, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. Edythe was born on 8 Sep 1892 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, died on 28 Jul 1973 in Parma, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, at age 80, and was buried in Brooklyn Hts., Cem. Mausoleum, Broadview Road, Cleve., Cuy. Co., Ohio. The cause of her death was acute, Myocardial Infraction due to Arteriosclerotic Heart Disease.

Noted events in their marriage were:

Alt. Marriage: Alt. Marriage, 18 Mar 1914.

Noted events in her life were:

Alt. Birth: Alt. Birth, 8 Sep 1892.

Census: 1910. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

   309 M    v. Virgil Clayton "Virg" Perrell Sr. was born on 4 Aug 1896 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, died on 27 May 1973 in Fairview Park, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, at age 76, and was buried on 31 May 1973 in Sunset Memorial Cem., North Olmsted, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. The cause of his death was probable arteriosclerotic heart disease, emphysema, diabetes mellitus.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Census: 1910. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Census: 1920. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Census: 1930. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Virgil married Annastasia (Anna) Hejl on 22 Nov 1919 in Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. Annastasia was born on 13 Nov 1895 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, died on 23 Oct 1990 in The Lamp Nursing Home, Brookpark, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, at age 94, and was buried in Oct 1990 in Sunset Memorial Cem., North Olmsted, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio.

68. Edmund Benedict Pearl was born on 16 May 1872 in Kentucky, died on 10 Aug 1938 in Newcomerstown, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio, at age 66, and was buried in Aug 1938. The cause of his death was heart Attack.

General Notes: Edward Pearl was in the 1930 Dover, Ohio, City Directory, but not in the 1932 City Directory. There were no property records for him in Dover, Ohio, apparently he only rented while he lived in Dover.

Department of Health
Division of Vital Statistics
Certificate of Death, File #49269 or #49209?
Tuscarawas Co., New Commerstown City, Registration District #1262, Primary Regis. Dist. #2341, Registered #31
Edmund B. Pearl, residence 506 S. 9th St., Cambridge, Ohio
Male: white; b. May 16, 1872, d. Aug. 10, 1930, 9:10 p.m., age 66 yrs., 2mos., 25 days, occupation: brakeman-Penn. R.R., spent 41 years in that occupation; last day worked Aug. 10, 1930; b. KY, father: John Pearl, b. OH*; maiden name of mother: Elizabeth Morris**. b. OH**; married. Widow: Lucey Pearl; Informant Lucey Pearl, 506, S. 9th St., Camebridge, OH; McMillen Funeral Home, L. K. McMillen, Camebridge, OH; Henry B. Kistler, M.D., Newcomerstown, OH.
* Father born in PA.
** Ed's mother's name is Elizabeth Maris and she was born in Delaware.
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New Philadelphia, Ohio, Daily Times, Thursday, 11 August 1938: RAIL BRAKEMAN 66, DROPS DEAD -- E. B. Pearl, 66, Cambridge, an employe of the C. and P. Railroad for 47 years, dropped dead at 8:45 P.M. yesterday at the State Street crossing in Newcomerstown while he was working in the C. and P. yards in the capacity of a brakeman.

The body was removed to the Jones & Lydick funeral home in Newcomerstown. He is survived by his wife, one son and one daughter.

Edward worked for the Cleveland-Marietta Division of the Railroad.
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1880 Census, Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, Roll #1057, ED212, Vol.51, pg.15, l. 28:
Pearl, John, wm, 44, mar., farmer, PA,VA(Md),MD
Sara, wife, wf, 40, mar., DEL,OH,MD
Franklin, son, wm, 16, single, attends school, mines limestone, WIS,PA,DEL
Mary, dau, wf, 14, single, attends school, WIS,PA,DEL
*Elma, dau, wf, 10, single, attends school, OH,PA,DEL
**Edmond, son, wm, 8, single, attends school, OH,PA,DEL
Walter, son, wm, 6, single, attends school, KY,PA,DEL
William, son, wm, 3, single, OH,PA,DEL
Dora C., dau, wf, 9 months, single, OH,PA,DEL
* Ella on 1870 Census.
**Edward on other Censuses. Edmund B. is listed as one of the children of John and Sarah Pearl. In the probation of John J. Pearl's Will, after his death on 27 March 1923, only the initials, "E.B." are given and the address is Dover, Ohio. In the 1900, 1910, and 1920 Censuses he is listed as Edward B. Pearl.

1900 Census, Ohio, Guernsey Co., Cambridge Twp., ED8, page11, l.45 we find the following:
Pearl, Edward B., wm, 28, May1872, M3yrs., brakeman, OH(Ky),OH(Pa),PA(Del)
*Lucy, wife, wf, 30, Jan.1870, M3yrs., 5 children, 5 living, OH,OH,OH
Bertha C., dau, wf, 2, Feb.1898, OH,OH,OH
Sarah A*., dau, wf, 1month, Apr.1900, OH,OH,OH
Davis, Robert J., step-son, wm, 11, Feb.1889, OH,OH,OH
Three of Lucy's children were from a 1st marriage, but only one from the first marriage is shown here, Robert J. Davis.
*Sarah's middle initial is "E".

1910 Census,Ohio, Dover Twp., Tuscarawas Co.,, ED113, pg.9A (printed #127), Family #174, dated 22 July 1910:
Pearl, Edward B., wm, 37(38), 1st M13yrs., brakeman, (OH)Ky),OH(Pa),OH(Del)
Lucia, wife, wf, 40, 2nd M13yrs., 7 children, 7 living, OH,OH,OH
*Ellen, dau, wf, 23, single, works Dover Mfg., OH,OH,OH
Bertha P.**, dau, wf, 12, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Sara P.***, dau, wf, 10, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Arthur W., son, wm, 7, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Maria#, dau, wf, 3, OH,OH,OH
All except Maria can read and write.
*Ellen is Lucy/Lucia's daughter by her first marriage.
**Bertha's middle initial is "C".
***Sarah's midle initial is "E".
#Maria is "Clara Maria" below in 1920 census.

1920 Census, Ohio, 121 Shafer Ave., Dover, Tuscarawas Co.,Roll #1445, ED144, pg. 1, l.6, dated 2 Jan. 1920:
Pearl, Edward B., wm, 47, mar, R.R. brakeman, KY,OH(PA),OH(DEL)
wife, Lucy, wm, 49, mar., KY,OH,OH
Arthur Wayne, son, wm, 17, single, attends school, helps in pool room, KY,KY,OH
*Clara Maria, dau, wf, 13, single, attends school, KY,KY,OH
Gertrude Pauline, dau, wf, 11, attends school, KY,KY,OH
*Maria in 1910.
Note: Difference in birth place information in this and previous censuses. All can read and write.

1930 Census, OH, Roll 1885, Tuscarawas Co., Dover City, Ward 2, 112 East 6th St., ED8, Sheet 8B, Line 82, 205/218, Dated 10 Apr. 1930:
Pearl, Edward B., head, wm, 57, M. at 25, flagman-RR yards, KY,OH(PA),PA(DEL)
Lucy, wife, wf, 60, M. at 16
No veterans; both read & write.

Medical Notes: Ed was already dead when the doctor arrived.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1880. Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., OH

Census: 1900. Cambridge Twp., Guernsey Co., OH

Census: 1910. Dover, Tuscarawas Co., OH

Census: 1920. Dover,Tuscarawas Co., OH

Census: 1930. Dover, Tuscarawas Co., OH

Edmund married Lucy Crozier about 1897. Lucy was born on 22 Jan 1870 in Ohio, died on 3 Oct 1960 in New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663, at age 90, and was buried in Oct 1960 in Evergreen Burial Park, New Philadelphia, Ohio. The cause of her death was fractured Hip.

Children from this marriage were:

   310 F    i. Bertha C. Pearl was born on 18 Feb 1898 in Cambridge, Guernsey County, Ohio and died in Mar 1977 in Hamburg, Michigan 48139, at age 79.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1900. Cambridge Twp., Guernsey Co., OH

Census: 1910. Dover, Tuscarawas Co., OH

Census: 1920. Dover, Tuscarawas Co., OH

Census: 1930. Detroit Twp., Wayne Co., MI

Bertha married Raymond K. Rippel on 27 Apr 1918 in C. C. Allton, Minister, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio. Raymond was born on 10 May 1897 in Dover, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio and died in Nov 1967 in Hamburg, Michigan 48139, at age 70. The cause of his death was died 8 years after he had a Cerebral Hemorrhage.

   311 F    ii. Sarah Eliza "Dude" Pearl was born on 5 Apr 1900 in Cambridge, Ohio, died on 14 Nov 1978 in Union Hospital, Dover, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio, at age 78, and was buried on 17 Nov 1978 in Roxford Cemetery, Dennison, Ohio. The cause of her death was acute Myocardial Infraction due to heart disease for over 5 years.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1900. Camebridge Twp.,Guernsey Co., OH

Census: 1910. Dover, Tuscarawas Co., OH

Census: 1920. New Philadelphia, Goshen Twp., Tuscarawas Co., OH

Census: 1930. New Philadelphia, Goshen Twp., Tuscarawas Co., OH

Sarah married Wellington C. Goudy Sr. on 5 Apr 1919 in Tuscarawas Co., Ohio, Rev. E. D. Barnett. Wellington was born on 8 Nov 1898 in New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio, died on 22 Dec 1965 in New Philadelphia?, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio, at age 67, and was buried in Dec 1965 in Probably Roxford Cemetery, Dennison, OH.

   312 M    iii. Arthur Wayne Pearl Sr. was born on 15 Jun 1902 in Cambridge, Guernsey Co., Ohio, died on 27 Jan 1953 in Freedom, Beaver Co., Pennsylvania, at age 50, and was buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, New Swickley Twp., Beaver Co., Pennsylvania. The cause of his death was hung himself.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1910. Dover, Tuscarawas Co., OH

Census: 1920. Dover, Tuscarawas Co., OH

Census: 1930. Camebridge, Guernsey Co., Ohio

Arthur married Wilma M. Hastetler on 6 Apr 1922 in Tuscarawas Co., OH, D. J. Moore, Minister. Wilma was born on 7 Jun 1901 in Valley Junction, Ohio, died on 21 Jan 1976 in Brighton Twp., Beaver Co., Pennsylvania 15009, at age 74, and was buried on 24 Jan 1976 in Oak Grove Cemetery, New Swickley Twp., Beaver Co., Pennsylvania.

   313 F    iv. Clara " Maria" Pearl was born on 14 Aug 1906 in Bellaire, Ohio, died on 30 Jun 1989 in New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663, at age 82, and was buried in Jul 1989 in Evergreen Burial Park, New Philadelphia, Ohio.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1910. Dover, Tuscarawas Co., OH

Census: 1920. Dover, Tuscarawas Co., OH

Census: 1930. Cambridge Twp., Guernsey Co., OH

Clara married Ernest Edward Carpenter in Jan 1927 in New Philadelphia, Ohio. Ernest was born on 19 Apr 1907 in New Philadelphia, Ohio, died on 3 Nov 1987 in Park Village Health Care Center, Dover, Ohio, at age 80, and was buried on 5 Nov 1987 in Evergreen Burial Park, New Philadelphia, Ohio.

   314 F    v. Gertrude Pauline Pearl was born about 1909 in KY and died before Oct 1960, before age 51.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1920. Dover, Tuscarawas Co., OH

Gertrude married Carl Davison .

70. William Andrew Pearl was born on 18 Oct 1876 in Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., Ohio and died on 7 Aug 1950 in Wheeling Hospital, Wheeling, Ohio Co., WV, at age 73.

General Notes: Index to Births - Perry County, Ohio:
Pearl, William A., father: John, Mother's maiden name: Sarah E. Moris*, sex male, color white, date of birth 18 October 1876, Township Mon. Creek.
*This is an error, Sarah's maiden name is "Maris".
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Death Certificate for William Andrew Pearl, d. 7 Aug. 1950, Wheeling Hospital, Wheeling, Ohio Co., W.Va. Cause of death: cerebral thrombosis due to cerebral arteriosclerosis. Born Perry Co., Ohio, parents: John Pearl and Sarah Marrise*. Informant: Mary A. Pearl (his wife).
*Sarah's last name is "Maris"
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News Register, Tuesday, 8 Aug. 1950:
William A. Pearl, 74:
William A. Pearl, 74, resident of 445 Main Street, Benwood, city assessor for over 16 years, retired chief leader at the Benwood works of the Wheeling Steel Corp., died last night at 9:10 o'clock in Wheeling hospital, where he had been a patient the past month. He was for many years chairman of the Republican executive committee of Benwood. He was a member of St. John's Catholic church of Benwood and the Holy Name society of the church.

He was united in Benwood to Miss Alice Higgins, who survives. Also surviving are four sons, Charles, Martins Ferry, O.; Francis, James and William Pearl, Jr., all of McMechen; three daughters, Mrs. Anna Healy, Benwood, Mrs. Mary Cunningham, RD 2, Wheeling, and Mrs. Alice Beatty, Glen Dale. A son, Walter Pearl, preceded him in death in February, 1945. Also surviving are 22 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

Friends are being received at the Altmeyer funeral home, 1400 Eoff Street. Services will be held in the chapel Friday at 8:15 a.m. followed by a High Mass of Requeim in St. John's Catholic church, Benwood at 9 a.m. Interment will be in Mount Calvary cemetery.

The Holy Name society of St. John's church will meet in the funeral home Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock to recite the Rosary.

Court Carroll No. 299, Catholic Daughters of America will meet in funeral home Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock to recite the Rosary.
William Andrew worked in the steel mill, probably in Benwood, W.Va.
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1880 Census, Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, Roll #1057, ED212, Vol.51, pg.15, l. 28:
Pearl, John, wm, 44, mar., farmer, PA,VA(Md),MD
Sara, wife, wf, 40, mar., DEL,OH,MD
Franklin, son, wm, 16, single, attends school, mines limestone, WIS,PA,DEL
Mary, dau, wf, 14, single, attends school, WIS,PA,DEL
*Elma, dau, wf, 10, single, attends school, OH,PA,DEL
**Edmond, son, wm, 8, single, attends school, OH,PA,DEL
Walter, son, wm, 6, single, attends school, KY,PA,DEL
William, son, wm, 3, single, OH,PA,DEL
Dora C., dau, wf, 9 months, single, OH,PA,DEL
* Ella on 1870 Census.
**Edward on other Censuses.

1900 Census, West Virginia, Union Dist. McMechen, Marshall Co., Roll 1765, ED74, pg.4, l.13, Dwelling #55, Family #68, dated 4 June 1900:
*Pearl, William, wm, 23, single, Oct.1876, R.R. brakeman, R&W, OH,PA,MD(Del)
*Boards with James A. Chambers, Teamster.

1910 Census,West Virginia, Marshall Co., Union District, Benwood, Ward #4, Roll #1688, ED89, pg.7A, l.21, Family #121, Dwelling #98, dated 23 April 1910:
Pearl, William A., wm, 33, 1st M9yrs., rents house, tally clerk-lumber mill, R&W, OH,OH(Pa),OH(Del)
Mary A., wife, wf, 26, 1st M9yrs., 4 children, 4 living, R&W, W.VA,IRE,IRE
Anna C.(K), dau, wf, 8, attends school, W.VA,OH,W.VA
Mary A., dau, wf, 5, W.VA,OH,W.VA
John W., son, wm, 3, W.VA,OH,W.VA
Charles P., son, wm, 1, W.VA,OH,W.VA

1920 Census, West Virginia, Benwood Ward 2, Marshall Co., Roll #1953, ED 57, pg.8,1.98, Dwelling #119, Family #150, dated 12 Jan. 1920:
Pearl, Wm., wm, 42(43), mar., rents house, tally clerk-steel mills, R&W, OH,MD(Pa),MD(Del)
Mary, wife, wf, 36, mar., W.VA,IRE,ENG(Ire)
Anna, dau, wf, 17, single, office work-steel mill, W.VA,OH,W.VA
Mary, dau, wf, 16(15), office work-machine works,W.VA,OH,W.VA
Walter, son, wm, 13, single, attends school, paper boy, W.VA,OH,W.VA
Charles, son, wm, 11*, attends school, paper boy, W.VA,OH,W.VA
Francis, son, wm, 9, single, attends school, W.VA,OH,W.VA
James, son, wm, 6, single, W.VA,OH,W.VA
Alice, dau, wf., 4yrs.,7months, W.VA,OH,W.VA
All except James and Alice read and write.
* Almost 11 years old.

1930 Census, OH, Roll 2543, Marshall Co., Brentwood City, 2nd Ward, ED26-17, Sheet 23, Pg.11B, Line 74, Dated 2 Apr. 1930:
Pearl, William, head, wm, 52, M. at 25, Clerk-Steel Mill, OH,OH,OH
Mary A.*, wife, wf, 46, M. at 17, WV.
Charles, son, wm, 21, single, telegraph operator, WV,OH,WV
Francis, son, wm, 18, single, attends school, WV,OH,WV
Alice, dau., wf, 13, single, WV,OH,WV
William, son, wm, 10, single, attends school, WV,OH,WV
James, son, wm, 16, single, attends school, WV,OH,WV
Owns house, value $3,800; all read & write; veterans; has radio.
* Mary's parents were born in the Irish Free State.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1880. Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., OH

Census: 1900. McMechen, Marshall Co., WV

Census: 1910. Benwood, Marshall Co., WV

Census: 1920. Benwood W.2, Marshall Co.,WV

Census: 1930. Benwood City, Marshall Co., WV

William married Mary Alice Higgins about 1901 in Probably West Virginia. Mary was born about 1884 in Benwood, Marshall Co., WV and died in Feb 1962 in West Virginia, about age 78. The cause of her death was cerebral arteriosclerosis.

Children from this marriage were:

   315 F    i. Anna Katherine Pearl was born on 22 Mar 1902 in Benwood, Marshall Co., West Virginia and died on 12 May 1970 in Benwood, Marshall Co., West Virginia, at age 68.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1910. Benwood, Marshall Co., West Virginia

Census: 1920. Benwood, Marshall Co., West Virginia

Census: 1930. Benwood, Marshall Co., West Virginia

Anna married Henry Charles Healy Sr. on 26 Nov 1921. Henry was born in Apr 1898 in Boggs Run, West Virginia and died on 27 Dec 1966 in Benwood, Marshall Co., West Virginia, at age 68.

   316 F    ii. Mary Angela Pearl was born on 2 Jul 1904 in Benwood, Marshall County, WV, died on 13 Oct 1981 at Home, Marshall County, WV, at age 77, and was buried Mt Calvary Cemetery in Wheeling, Ohio Co, WV.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1910. Benwood, Marshall Co., West Virginia

Census: 1920. Benwood, Marshall Co., West Virginia

Census: 1930. Union City, Marshall Co., WV

Mary married John Wilbur Cunningham on 29 Aug 1921. John was born on 17 Sep 1901, died on 13 Aug 1986 in Wheeling, Ohio County, WV, at age 84, and was buried Mt Calvary Cemetery in Wheeling, Ohio Co, WV.

   317 M    iii. John Walter Pearl Sr. was born on 6 Nov 1906 in West Virginia and died on 26 Feb 1945 in McMechen, West Virginia, at age 38.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1910. Union District, Benwood, Marshall Co., WV

Census: 1920. Benwood, Marshall Co., West Virginia

Census: 1930. Dayton City, Columbia Co., WA

John married Laura Marie Kolick on 26 Nov 1930. Laura was born on 6 Dec 1911.

   318 M    iv. Charles Patrick Pearl I was born on 6 Mar 1909 in Benwood, West Virginia and died on 20 Jan 1999 in Martins Ferry, Ohio, at age 89.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1910. Benwood, Marshall Co., West Virginia

Census: 1920. Benwood, Marshall Co., West Virginia

Census: 1930. Brentwood City, Marshall Co., WV

Charles married Madeline Gertrude Weiskircher on 27 Apr 1938 in Martin's Ferry, Ohio. Madeline was born on 6 Nov 1912 in Wheeling, West Virginia.

   319 M    v. Francis Raymond Pearl was born on 7 May 1911 in Benwood, West Virginia and died on 30 May 1983 in McMechen, West Virginia, at age 72.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1920. Benwood, Marshall Co., West Virginia

Census: 1930. Brentwood City, Marshall Co., WV

Francis married Mary Jacqueline Kerfoot . Mary was born on 6 Mar 1916 in Uniontown, Pennsylvania.

   320 M    vi. James Higgins Pearl was born on 10 Dec 1913 in Benwood, West Virginia and died on 21 Sep 1982 in McMechen, West Virginia, at age 68.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1920. Benwood, Marshall Co., West Virginia

Census: 1930. Brentwood City, Marshall Co., WV

James married Albina Valeria Cisar . Albina was born on 2 Aug 1916 in McMechen, West Virginia.

   321 F    vii. Alice Rose Pearl was born on 26 May 1916 in Benwood, WV.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1920. Benwood, Marshall Co., West Virginia

Census: 1930. Brentwood City, Marshall Co., WV

Alice married Robert Eugene Beatty on 23 Aug 1939 in Benwood, West Virginia. Robert was born on 24 Dec 1914 in Wheeling, WV and died on 7 Oct 2002 in Wheeling, WV, at age 87.

   322 M    viii. William Herman Pearl was born on 10 Jun 1920 in Benwood, West Virginia and died on 26 Feb 1963 in McMechen, West Virginia, at age 42.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1930. Brentwood City, Marshall Co., WV

William married Blanche Marie Smith . Blanche was born BET 1 AND 2 FEB 1921 in Glendale, West Virginia and died on 7 Jan 1999 in Wheeling, Ohio Co., WV.

71. Dora Cecilia Pearl was born on 25 Aug 1879 in Perry County, Ohio and died on 17 Apr 1959 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, ., Ohio, at age 79. The cause of her death was bronchopneumonia.

General Notes: Dora Pearl was born 25 August, 1879 (Perry Co., Ohio record) (23 August 1877, according to death certificate). The 1880 Census lists her as being 9 months old, so the 1879 date is correct. She died 17 April 1959. She is buried at St. Patrick's Cemetery in Junction City, Perry County, Ohio.
Dora died in Cleveland State Hospital for the Insane. She never married. Her son, Clarence A. Pearl, was her guardian.
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Index to Births, Perry Co., Ohio:
Pearl, Dora C., father John; Mother Sarah E. Morris*, sex female, color white, date of birth 25 August 1879, Township Monday Creek.
* This is an error - her maiden name is Maris.
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Certificate of Death, Reg.Dist.#18,Primary Reg.Dist.#1801,State File #420-0, Reg. #3206
Decedent Dora Pearl, Place of Death, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Cleveland State Hospital, 5163 Broadway Ave., died 17 April 1959, female, white, widowed*, b.23 August 1879, age 81, born Ohio, father's name unknown, mother's maiden name unknown, informant Kenneth W. Cox, 786 Kenmore Blvd., Akron, Ohio. Cause of death Broncho pneumonia, contributory: arteriosclerotic heart disease and pulmonary infraction, right side, and dementia praecox, burial 4-22-1959 at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Junction City, Ohio.
*Dora Pearl was never married.
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Dora Pearl was committed to the State Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, in January 1935, and died there. The property that she inherited from her father, John J. Pearl - all 40 acres of it - was sold to C. E. Hall in March of 1933, for $350.00. Her father had originally paid $600 for it.
Janet Pearl O'Hara said that after the Halls' owned it, it stood empty for over 20 years. Then the Air Force family bought it and let it be used as a retreat. As of 2003 we know that there is a woman living in the house. Janet and her daughter Loretta Swartz have met her. The barn and house is still there and usable. There is another house on the same property that has been purchased by another family and they are very nice according to Loretta Swartz.
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Janet Pearl O'Hara, Dora's granddaughter said that in June of 1958, Clarence and Madge went somewhere for the weekend and when they came back they stated that they had found Clarence's father and it was too late. He had died 3 months before.
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Some of the information above was given by Janet Pearl O'Hara of Greensboro, North Carolina.

The following is a letter written to me by Janet Pearl O'Hara on July 31, 1986:
Dear Joan,
I am amazed at all the information you have obtained. Am still pouring over it. Will make copies of some information for our children.
How did you find our family?
Will give you the address of the gentleman in Ohio who wrote to me years ago. My last letter from him is dated June 1984.
His wife's great grandmother is my great grandfather's sister Susannah E. .
My father seldom spoke of his life on the farm except I remember a prank he played on his grandfather & nearly got beat to death.
It's a shame we didn't ask questions before now.
My grandmother Dora inherited the farm & as you know it was later sold. The house set empty for several years. My father was drawn there every Fall. Even after he & mother retired in Fla. they came home every Sept. so he could go to "Possom Hollar". He and great grampa would be so happy because both of my brothers & I have visited there in the past 15 yrs. My husband & I found the farm several years ago.
A retired Air Force man & his wife bought the house, barn & land and it is now a Franciscan Retreat for religious. The barn had the original roof that great grandpa & dad put on it. I'll try to locate some pictures I took.
I don't remember Grandmother Dora before she was put in the hospital but we always went to see her & mother always made it a special time with a picnic after.
The priest that gave my father's eulogy didn't know dad, but he knew my grandmother Dora. He said she was a cook in Mt. Sinai Hospital in Cleveland. A very loving and caring woman and a fantastic baker of bread which she always shared with him & his mother. I'm sorry now I didn't seek him out after the funeral, but it was time to lay dad to rest.
Dad told our daughter Loretta the Pearls originated in Lucerne*, France. Have never heard of Spanish origin. He said one Pearl owned a plantation in KY & had slaves who took the name.
Several years ago I was in the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. In the genealogy section there is a small book about Pearls. Am sure wer'e related. They are the Massachusetts branch. A group went to Nebraska and the Dakotas. Have never researched like you and your cousin.
My father named his chemical business "Maris Chemical Products Co." after our great grandmother. My brother Johnny thinks she was Gree***.
I don't think there are blacks in the family except the ones who took the family name#. I really don't think it matters.
Here is the address of Mr. Tom Schuck,## 1151 Orchard Ht. Dr., Mayfield Hts., OH 44124
Am trying to gather some pictures & what info I can give to you.
Wonder why the spelling of the Pearl name was changed & who was our decendant mad at?
My oldest brother's name is John Lawrence so he was no doubt named after our great grandfather & great great grandfather.
My other brother's name is Donald James, so he must have been named after our great grandfather.
My middle name is Cecilia so I must have been named after Dora. Had no idea her middle name was the same as mine.
Will close for this time. As I think of info you might want I'll send it to you.
Hope you weren't on the ship in Alaska that had a fire where some people died.

Always,
Janet

PS: I wonder where Rose Farm, Ohio is located?

Note: * As of 2003, it is no longer a retreat for religious. A woman lives in the house now.
**In another Janet said that it wasn't Lucerne that it may have been Lorraine, France.
***Sarah Maris Pearl was English. Her parents were both descendants of grandparents born in England.
#That's not correct. Lawrence was a mulatto. We believe that the black crept in sometime in the 1600's. Everyone that we have
talked to or found in the censuses has married white spouses.
##Tom Schuck no longer works on the Pearl line. He is divorced from his wife who was a Pearl and is now remarried. He no longer lives in Ohio.
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1880 Census, Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, Roll #1057, ED212, Vol.51, pg.15, l. 28:
Pearl, John, wm, 44, mar., farmer, PA,VA(Md),MD
Sara, wife, wf, 40, mar., DEL,OH,MD
Franklin, son, wm, 16, single, attends school, mines limestone, WIS,PA,DEL
Mary, dau, wf, 14, single, attends school, WIS,PA,DEL
*Elma, dau, wf, 10, single, attends school, OH,PA,DEL
**Edmond, son, wm, 8, single, attends school, OH,PA,DEL
Walter, son, wm, 6, single, attends school, KY,PA,DEL
William, son, wm, 3, single, OH,PA,DEL
Dora C., dau, wf, 9 months, single, OH,PA,DEL
* Ella on 1870 Census.
**Edward on other Censuses.

1900 Census, Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., Ohio:
Pearl, John J., wm, 64, Mar.1836, 2nd M5yrs., PA,MD,MD
Adeline, wife, wf, 81(77), M5yrs., OH,GER,GER?(Md?)
Charles A., son, wm, 18, Jul.1881, single, OH,PA,OH(Del)

1910 Census, Ohio, Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co. Roll #1222, ED132, Pg. 178B, Sh.6B, Line 97, 86/86, 22 April 1910:
Pearl, John J., head, wm, 74, owns farm, M2-16yrs., farmer-general farmingOH(Pa),VA(Md)MD
Adeline, wife, wf, 81, M1-16yrs., OH,GER,GER?(Md?)
Dora C., dau, wf, 28(30-31), 1ch., 1 liv., OH,OH(Pa),DEL
Pearl, Clearance* (son of Dora) ,wm, 11, attends school, OH,UNKNOWN,OH
*His name is Clarence A. Pearl.
All can read and write; owns farm-free of mortgage.

1920 Census, Ohio, New Lexington Road, Logan, Monday Creek Twp., Perry County, Roll #1426, ED69, pg.2, l.11, dated 3-5 January 1920:
Pearl, John J., wm, 83, widower, owns farm, farmer, OH(Pa),VA(Md)VA(Md)
Dora C., dau, wf, 40, single, OH,OH(Pa),DEL
Clarence, grandson, wm, 20, single, laborer, OH,OH,OH
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Loretta Swartz: <lorettaswartz@yahoo.com>

Medical Notes: Contributory:Arteriosclerotic Heart Disease, pulmonary infraction, right side, and dementia praecox.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1880. Monday Creek Twp.,Perry Co.,Oh.

Census: 1910. Monday Creek Twp.,Perry Co.,Oh.

Census: 1920. Logan, Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., OH

Dora married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

   323 M    i. Clarence A. Pearl was born BET 2 AND 3 MAR 1899 in St. Joseph's Infants' Home, Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., Ohio, died on 13 Apr 1965 in St. Petersburg, Florida, and was buried in Apr 1965 in St. Peter & Paul Cemetery, Doylestown, Ohio.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1910. Monday Creek Twp.,Perry Co.,Oh.

Census: 1920. Logan, Monday Creek Twp., Perry Co., OH

Census: 1930. Akron City, Summit Co., OH

Clarence married Madge Marie Essig on 15 Sep 1920 in Portage County, Ohio. Madge was born on 10 Jun 1898 in Mt. Gilead, Ohio, died on 9 Mar 1978, at age 79, and was buried in Mar 1978 in St. Peter & Paul Cemetery, Doylestown, Ohio.

73. William Raymond "Raymond" Pearl was born in Apr 1862 in Muskingum Co., Ohio, died on 18 Jul 1917 in Lawton, Oklahoma, at age 55, and was buried in Elreno, Oklahoma.

General Notes: William Raymond was a cigar maker as was his father. After his marriage they moved to Nebraska with the rest of the family. They had two children: Anna and Frances. They also moved to Oklahoma, probably around 1894. They lived in Perry and Lawton, Oklahoma.

After Wm. Raymond married 2nd wife Anna they were living in Saure Twp., Beckham Co., Oklahoma. They had at least one child together: Irine b. about 1905-1906.

William Raymond was living in Liberty, Missouri, around 1913.
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Brown Co. World, 27 July 1917, pg. 4, column 4:
Pearl - F. M. Pearl was called to Lawton, Oklahoma, Wednesday by the death of his brother, Wm. R. Pearl. Mr. Pearl is survived by a wife and two daughters. The funeral will be held at El Reno.
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William Raymond is buried in ElReno, Oklahoma.
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From the Lawton, Oklahoma Constitution, 19 July 1917:
W. R., Pearl to be Buried at ElReno
The remains of W. R. Pearl, who died Wednesday morning at his home at No.12 Second Street, were shipped to ElReno this morning by the Ritter Undertaking Company. Interment will take place there Friday. The deceased is survived by a wife, two children, five brothers, and two sisters. One sister, Mrs. D. B. Grant lives at the Indian School. Mr. Pearl had been employed at the Lawton Cigar Factory as a cigar-maker. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Grant and Earnest Willet accompanied the body to ElReno.

Notes: W.R. is William Raymond, son of William Andrew Pearl. His first wife died in 1900. He is survived by Anna, his second wife.
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1870 Census, Ohio, New Lexington, P.O., Junction City, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, Roll #1255, Pg.13, Line 31, Dwelling & Family #89, Dated 12 June 1870:
Pearl, William A., wm, 32?, Dry Good, Merchant, $500, $l000, OH
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 33, OH
William R., son, wm, 8, OH
John J., son, wm, 7, OH
Francis M., son, wm, 6(5?), OH
Joseph, son, wm, 4, OH
Mary M., dau, wf, 3, OH
Cory E., dau, wf, 2?, OH
Charles, son, wm, 4mo., OH
Gossman, Mary, wf, 18, domestic servant, OH

1880,Census, Ohio, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1057, ED211, Pg.15, Line14, Dwelling #128, Family #139, Dated 16 June 1880:
Pearl, William A., mu*m, 42?, farmer, OH,PA(Md),ENG(Md)
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 43, OH,FRANCE,FRANCE
Raymond, son, mu*m, 18, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
John, son, mu*m, 17, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
Frank, son, mu*m, 15, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Joseph, son, mu*m, 14, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
**Mattie, dau, mu*f, 13, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Cora, dau, mu*f, 11?, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Charley, son, mu*m, 10, works farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
George, son, mu*m, 7, attends school, OH,OH,OH
*All other censuses say this family is white.
**Mattie is a nick name for Mary Martha.

1900 Census, Oklahoma, Noble Co., Perry City, J. or I.? Street, ED152, Pg.20B, l.58, Dwelling #444, Family #456, Roll #1340, Dated 14 June 1900:
Pearl, William Raymond, wm, 37, Apr.1863, M14yrs., laborer, R&W, rents house, OH,OH,OH
Parthenia, wife, wf, 31, Feb.1869, M14yrs., R&W, OH,OH,OH
Anna, dau, wf, 13, Mar.1887, attends school, NEB,OH,OH
Frances, dau, wf, 10, ?, attends school, KAN,OH,OH

1910 Census, Oklahoma, Beckham Co., Sayre Twp., Sayre City, ED16, Sheet 3B, Line 27, Dwelling & Family 59, Roll 1243, Dated April 16, 1910:
Pearl, William R., wm, 45(48), M2-6yrs., cigar maker, mgr.-pool hall, OH,OH,OH
Anna, wife, wf, 38, M1-6yrs., 1child, 1 living, MO,KY,MO
Irine, dau, wf, 4, MO,OH,OH(MO)
Frances*, wf, 20, grass widow, KS,OH,OH
Lucille**, granddaughter, wf, 10mos., OK,OH,OH(KS)
*Daughter of William R. & Arthemia. Frances is married to Lloyd Peck.
** Daughter of Frances & Lloyd Peck.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1880. Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

William married Arthemia L. Will about 1886. Arthemia was born BET 24 AND 25 JAN 1869 in Licking Co., Ohio, died on 1 Oct 1900 in Perry, Oklahoma, about age 1896, and was buried in El Reno, Oklahoma.

Children from this marriage were:

   324 F    i. Anna Pearl was born in Mar 1887 in Kansas? Or Nebraska?.

   325 F    ii. Frances Pearl was born in Nov 1889 in Nebraska and died in Probably Oklahoma. The cause of her death was tuberculosis.

Frances married Lloyd Peck . Lloyd was born on 30 Mar 1896 and died in Jun 1971 in Kansas City, Missouri, at age 75.

William next married Anna about 1904. Anna was born between 1871 and 1872 in Missouri.

Children from this marriage were:

   326 F    i. Irine Pearl was born between 1905 and 1906.

74. John James Pearl II was born on 2 May 1863 in Zanesville, Muskingum Co., Ohio and died on 11 Feb 1945 in Salem, Oregon, at age 81.

General Notes: John James Pearl was a cigar maker in Oklahoma, as was his father and brother.

One researcher says the family then moved to Oregon around 1933, where they had a chicken ranch in the Independence-Buena Vista area. John J. and Florence lived in Zurich, Montana, in August 1918, when John's father, William A., died. It is possible they were also there in 1916. Couldn't find John and Florence in the 1900, Fairbury, Nebraska, Census. Checked through Fairbury, Nebraska, Census, Roll #930 for 1900 and didn't find them there. The 1920 Census shows they were in ElReno.
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Independence Enterprise (now stored in the Heritage Museum, Independence, Oregon.
John James Pearl Services Held Here This Week
Services for John James Pearl were held from the Smith-Baun mortuary in Independence, Wednesday, February 14, 1945, with the Rev. J. A. Hutchin of Monmouth officiating. The interment was in Buena Vista.

Mr. Pearl was born May 2, 1863*, at Zanesville, Ohio, and passed away in Salem, Oregon, February 11, 1945, at the age of 81 years, 9 months and 9 days With his parents, William and Elizabeth Pearl, he moved to Nebraska in 1886. On 2 May 1888, he was united in marriage with Florence Viola DeFrance. To this union one son and one daughter were born.
*The 1900 Census hs March 1863?

Mr. Pearl resided in Oregon for the past twelve years. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Clare Graber of Independence and a son Mark O. Pearl of Kirkland, Washington. One brother, George Pearl of Dallas, Texas, and one sister, Mrs. Dennis Grant of Lawton, Oklahoma, one grandchild, Milo Graber and two great grandchildren, Raymond and Lois Graber, all of Independence, and his many friends. Mr. Pearl was a member of the Masonic Lodge and a 32nd degree Mason.

1870 Census, Ohio, New Lexington, P.O., Junction City, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, Roll #1255, Pg.13, Line 31, Dwelling & Family #89, Dated 12 June 1870:
Pearl, William A., wm, 32?, Dry Good, Merchant, $500, $l000, OH
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 33, OH
William R., son, wm, 8, OH
John J., son, wm, 7, OH
Francis M., son, wm, 6(5?), OH
Joseph, son, wm, 4, OH
Mary M., dau, wf, 3, OH
Cory E., dau, wf, 2?, OH
Charles, son, wm, 4mo., OH
Gossman, Mary, wf, 18, domestic servant, OH

1880 Census, Ohio, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1057, ED211, Pg.15, Line14, Dwelling #128, Family #139, Dated 16 June 1880:
Pearl, William A., mu*m, 42?, farmer, OH,PA(Md),ENG(Md)
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 43, OH,FRANCE,FRANCE
Raymond**, son, mu*m, 18, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
John, son, mu*m, 17, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
Frank, son, mu*m, 15, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Joseph, son, mu*m, 14, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Mattie***, dau, mu*f, 13, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Cora, dau, mu*f, 11?, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Charley, son, mu*m, 10, works farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
George, son, mu*m, 7, attends school, OH,OH,OH
***All other censuses say this family is white.
**William R. in the 1870 Census above.
***Mattie is a nick name for Mary Martha.

1900 Census, Oklahoma, Canadian Co., Maple Twp., ED20, Sheet 5, Line 20, Dwelling 83, Family 91, Roll 1335, Dated June 1900:
Pearl, John J., wm, 37, May.1863, M12yrs., farmer, rents, OH,OH,OH
Florence V., wife, wf, 33, May 1867, M12yrs., 2 children, 2 living, PA,PA,PA
Clare O., dau, wf, 10, Sep.1889, NEB,OH,PA
Mark O., son, wm, 5, Jul.1894, KA,OH,PA

1910 Census, Oklahoma, Custer Co., Weatherford City, Roll 1250, ED116, Sheet 10A, Line 12, Dated Apr. 25, 1910:
Pearl, John J., wm, 39, M21yrs., Clerk in Pool Hall, OH,OH,OH
Viola, wife, wf, 42, M21yrs., 2 ch., 2 liv. PA,PA,PA
Clara O., dau, wf, 20, Cashier in Dry Goods Store, NEB,Oh,PA
Mark O., son, wm, 14, KS,OH,PA
Note: All read & write.

1920 Census, Oklahoma, ElReno Township and City, Canadian County, Roll#1455, ED87, pg.11A, l.19, dated 21 January 1920:
Pearl, John J., wm, 55(56), cigar factory, mar., OH,OH,OH
Florence Viola, wife, wf, 52, dressmaker, mar., PA,PA,PA
DeFrance, Rebecca, mother-in-law, wf, 74, wid., PA,PA,VA
mother-in-law:
All read, write and speak English.

1930 Census, Washington, King Co., Rose Hill Twp., Roll 2491, ED364, Pg. 123B, Sh. 7B, Line 75, 204/206, 12 April 1930:
Pearl, John J., head, wm, 66, M at 25, cigar-maker, OH,OH,OH
Florence V., wife, wf, 62, M at 20, PA,PA,PA
Owns home-value $2,000; no radio; reads & writes; no veterans.

John married Florence Viola Defrance on 2 May 1888 in Fairbury?, Nebraska. Florence was born on 14 Jun 1867 in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, died on 18 May 1967 in Independence, Oregon, at age 99, and was buried in Buena Vista, Oregan.

Children from this marriage were:

   327 F    i. Clare Opal Pearl was born in Sep 1889 in Nebraska and died in 1972 in Oregon, at age 83.

Clare married Jonas W. Graber . Jonas was born on 8 May 1887 in Kansas and died in Feb 1977 in Albany, Oregon 97321, at age 89.

   328 M    ii. Mark O. Pearl was born on 10 Jul 1894 in Kansas and died in May 1978 in Kirkland, King Co., Washington 98033, at age 83.

Mark married Bertha about 1920. Bertha was born about 1887 in South Dakota.

75. Francis Marion (Frank) Pearl was born between 20 Oct 1864-1865 in Perry County, Ohio, died on 1 May 1939 in Hiawatha, Brown Co., Kansas, about age 74, and was buried in May 1939 in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Kansas.

General Notes: It's possible that Francis Marion Pearl was born 22 October 1865. Brown Co., Ks death record has 1865. His biography has 20 October 1864. His tombstone reads 1865-1939.

Francis, wife Cordelia, and daughters Lenore and Lucille are buried in Lot 49 at Mt. Hope Cemetery.

Francis Marion Pearl was probably married before his marriage to Cordelia as there was a baby girl born 23 Mar. 1890 and died 23 Mar. 1890 in Leona, Brown Co. Kansas. Perhaps his first wife died in child birth? He didn't marry Cordelia until 3 April 1892. Also see 1910 Census of Hiawatha, Kansas.
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In a Kansas newspaper the following: "To Mr. & Mrs. Pearl of Robinson" a girl born May 25, 1894 (this is the birth of Lenore Pearl).
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Brown Co. World, 22 Dec. 1905, column 4:
Pearl -- A son was born at noon Sunday, December 17, to Mr. & Mrs. F. M. Pearl. (This is the birth of Francis Marion, Jr.
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From Souvenir Edition of Book Big Crops - Kansas Democrat - Hiawatha, Kansas, 1877-1907
"One of the most pleasing privileges of a newspaper man is to say nice things about his friends, especially if he has any friends. Before leaving Hiawatha, we take this opportunity to speak of the most loyal, in season and out of season friend we have had in Hiawatha, Francis Marion Pearl, the very successful lawyer and good citizen. Were all the Democrats as loyal as F. M. Pearl, yes even one hundred of them, publishing a Democratic newspaper in Brown County would be a snap.

During our year's stay here, Mr. Pearl has never missed an opportunity to boost for this paper, frequently at a sacrifice to himself. He is of the kind who stick, and we would rather have a half dozen such friends than a ten acre lot of those wild horses who break away at the first tempest.

Good lawyers, like good newspaper men, are not born, they are made and are the result of years of the hardest study and the closest application to business. F. M. Pearl was for years a station agent and telegraph operator, coming to Robinson in 1890 from Leona. He was born at Newark, Ohio, in 1864, and in 1887 began railroading, and came west in 1887. He read law while attending his duties as station agent, and in 1894 he resigned and was admitted to the bar. A close student, a careful advisor, and a good safe counselor, F. M. Pearl has forged to the front until today he enjoys one of the most lucrative law practices in Kansas.

Mr. Pearl was married in 1892* to Miss Cordelia Idol. They have six children, live in one of the most comfortable homes in the city. He is the national president of the Life and Annuity Association, the attorney for nearly all the banks and big corporations in the county. He is a member of the Democratic State Committee and one of the most prominently known Democrats in the state, and was the nominee for Attorney General in the state campaign of 1902. He will doubtless be the nominee of his party for County Attorney next year with almost a certainty of an election."
NOTE: *1893 according to marriage license.
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Biographical
F. M. PEARL, postmaster of Hiawatha, Kans., is a native of Ohio. He was born in Perry County, October 20, 1864, and is a son of William A. and Elizabeth (Studer) Pearl, both natives of Ohio. The mother was born in Perry County of German* ancestry. The Pearl family is of Spanish** origin, and the first record of their settlement in America was at Marblehead, Mass., in 1671. William Pearl, was a grandson of Captain Nichols, an Englishman, who was a Captain in the Revolutionary War. William A. Pearl was born in Morgan County, Ohio, March 17, 1836***, and when a young man went to Zanesville, Ohio, where he worked as a journeyman cigar maker, and later engaged in the manufacturing of cigars, until he retired from business. He now resides at El Reno, Okla. His wife died in December, 1909. F. M. Pearl attended the district schools in Perry County, Ohio, until he was fifteen years old and in the spring of 1879, began work as a farm laborer, and the following year got employment on a gravel train on the Pennsylvania Railroad, as water boy, and worked at various odd jobs until the spring of 1885. In 1884, he purchased a telegraph instrument, and at spare times studied telegraphy, practicing on his instrument. He was working as railroad section hand at this time, and in January, 1885, the local railroad agent taught him station work. In June, 1885, he took charge of a station and followed railroad work in Ohio, until September, 1887. He was then in the employ of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company at Newark, Ohio, and resigned to accept a position with the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad Company at Fairbury, Neb., which was the terminal of that road at the time. December 15, 1887, he entered the employ of the St. Joseph & Grand Island, as station agent at Fairfield, and remained in the employ of this company in station work, in various points until 1894. In 1891, while agent at Robinson, he began reading law, and in November, 1894, soon after severing his connection with the railroad company, he was admitted to the bar at Hiawatha, Kans., Judge J. F. Thompson, father of Senator Thompson, presiding at the time. He then engaged in the practice of law at Robinson, Kans., remaining there until November, 1898, when he came to Hiawatha, where he has since been successfully engaged in the practice of his profession. Mr. Pearl is a Democrat, and has always taken an active part in political affairs. He has served as City Attorney of Hiawatha two terms, and was County Attorney of Brown county one term, and while County Attorney, he conducted a campaign against joints, gambling houses and gambling devices, with such vigor that it was but a short time, until Brown County was free from lawlessness of that character. In 1909, he purchased the "Kansas Democrat" and reorganized that paper, and has since been its editor and publisher. The "Democrat" is a live weekly newspaper, and has a large circulation, and is now the official county paper of Brown County. In 1902, he was the Democratic nominee for Attorney General and carried more than his party vote, but the overwhelming odds were against him, and he lost in a hard fought campaign. In 1912, he was floor leader of the Wilson forces at the Hutchinson Democratic State Convention, and brought in a minority report instructing the Kansas delegates to the Baltimore Convention for Wilson. In 1908, he was chairman of the Kansas delegation to the National Democratic Convention in Denver. In 1908, he was appointed local attorney for the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company. Mr. Pearl was the original promoter of the Brown County Telephone Company, now known as the Northeast Kansas Telephone Company. This was in 1901, and it was the first telephone company in Hiawatha, and he has been secretary and attorney of this company since its organization. He was also one of the organizers of the Life and Annuity Association, and was its president for a number of years. This is a fraternal insurance company, with headquarters at Hiawatha, and has members in every State in the Union. On January 12, 1914, Mr. Pearl was appointed Postmaster of Hiawatha, and is now serving in that capacity. He was married April 2, 1892****, to Miss Cordelia, daughter of J. M. and Jane (Hobbs) Idol, of Brown County, Kansas. The father is a prominent farmer and stockman, and has been a member of the board of county commissioners, being the first Democrat to be elected to that position in Brown County. Mrs. Pearl was born in Walla Walla, Washington. Her father was a native of North Carolina, and mother of Missouri. They were married at White Cloud, Kansas, and about the time the Civil War broke out, they crossed the plains with an ox team, and went to the Pacific Coast, and finally settled at Walla Walla, Washington. They returned to Kansas in 1868. Mrs. Pearl was educated in the public schools of Kansas, and Campbell University, Holton, and taught school seven years before her marriage. To Mr. & Mrs. Pearl have been born six children: Lucile, graduated from Mt. Saint Scholastica's Convent, Atchison, in the class of 1912, winning the gold medal for proficiency in music; Lenore, died at Alburquerque, N.M., June 21, 1912, aged 18 years, one month and three days; Idol, a student at Wentworth Military Academy, Wentworth, Mo.; Sutro, Cordelia, and Francis, all attending the public schools. Mr. Pearl is a Knights Templar Mason, and his wife belongs to the Eastern Star. The family are members of the Episcopal church of which Mr. Pearl is a vestryman.
* Censuses say she was of French ancestry.
** The Pearls/Perrells/Perrills/etc., came from the British Isles.
*** William A. Pearl's birth date was 18 March 1837.
**** Francis Marion Pearl and Cordelia Idol were married 3 April 1892.
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Francis M. Pearl, Honored Citizen, dies Monday, May 1, 1939.
Francis Marion Pearl, age 73 years, 6 months, 10 days, died at his home Monday morning, May l, at 3 a.m., survived by his devoted wife, Cordelia Idol Pearl, his children: Mrs. Loran Hostetler of New York, Idol Pearl of Los Angeles, Sutro Pearl of Hiawatha, Mrs. Frank Barnheisal of San Francisco, Francis Marion Pearl, Jr. of Wichita; 6* grandchildren: Frances Pearl, Frank Barnheisal, Jr., Suto Pearl, Lenore Pearl, Frank Pearl, Yvonne Pearl, Mary Jane Walton; 2 brothers, George Pearl of El Reno, Oklahoma, John Pearl of Independence, Oregon, a sister Mrs. D. Grant of Lawton, Oklahoma.
* States 6 grandchildren - I count 7.
No citizen of Brown County was better known, more respected, more honored than Francis Marion Pearl. Throughout his long useful life of service he accepted all difficulties with intelligent courage, whether he lost or won in his undertakings. He was the type who came smiling through every ordeal. He was generous with his help for all who needed him. He was always kindly, sympathetic. He was an unyielding Democrat and for a time published the Hiawatha Democrat because he wanted to be of use to his political party. He learned that newspaper-making was too exacting to leave him the time he needed for his law practice, for he loved his work as a lawyer. He was not easily ruffled. In newspaper quarrels with Ewing Herbert, his friend for all the years, both hit each other as hard as they could. The home people were often amazed after reading what the 2 editors printed in their papers, to see them together as cordial as though nothing hot had been written or said that disturbed their good will for each other. He was liked by all attorneys. In all his arguments with them and in all his many _____ in court, he held their respect. Throughout his long life, F. M. Pearl was a busy man of accomplishment. Always he was true to his law work. He looked forward to retirement to farm his land in Brown County in later years, but his illness kept him from this desire of life. He always had so much to do that he could not retire from work until illness restrained him. He was always a worker. He was born in Ohio, went to school until 16, then started work as a water boy on a Pennsylvania railroad. For two years he was a section hand, studied telegraphy at night, becoming proficient he was made station agent-operator for Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Coming west he worked 7 years for Grand Island Railroad as operator-station agent at Robinson, reading law at night. In 1894, he was admitted to practice of law, had a law office in Robinson for 4 years. In 1898, he located in Hiawatha, where he has lived many years - an honor to his profession, with a foremost part in many activities in Hiawatha. He married Miss Cordelia Idol, April 3, 1892. No man ever had a more helpful wife. Mr. Pearl was always a leading democrat, was twice elected county attorney. In 1910-1930, in Brown County, a republican county, he was nominated for congress by the democrats, could have had most any appointive office when democrats were in power had he wanted it. Judge Ryan halted proceedings of court Monday to pay tribute to him. Resolution of respect was ordered placed in court journal, copy sent to Mrs. Pearl.
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From a Newspaper in Hiawatha, Kansas. Don't have the name of it. F.M. died 1 May 1939:
Funeral Service for Francis M. Pearl
Many of the old friends of Francis M. Pearl were present at his funeral service Wednesday afternoon, conducted by Father Adelburt of Mercier?, burial in Mt. Hope Cemetery. Both Mr. and Mrs. Pearl have always been known for their love of flowers. Their friends lovingly gave them many collections of the flowers they love.

The active body bearers were brother lawyers: Paul B.? Bailey, L.T.? Melvern, Walter T. Means, Robert M. Flaley, John L. Carson?, Harry K.? Miller?.

Honorary body bearers were: Frank N. Morrill, Dr. R. T. Nichols, Samuel Bierer, Sr., Ewing Herbert, Sr., A. P. Bechtel, W.K.? Archer, Fred Gampper, Sr., Walter Isaacson, Dr. Paul T.? Conrad, Joe Lindsay of Horton, Grant Harrington of Kansas City; national directors of the Standard Life Association of Lawrence, Richard Allen, representing his father, George R. Allen, national president, John V. Bece?, national secretary, T. J. Sweeney of Lawrence, Martin Miller, national treasurer, of Ft. Scott.

Among the many present from the towns counties, were Sen. Balle P. Waggener, of Atchison, his father, William Waggener, Missouri Pacifia district attorney for Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Idol, Mrs. Golda Idol, Mr. & Mrs. Milward Idol, Mr. and Mrs. Madison Idol, Charles Idol of Robinson; Rita? Idol, Frank Idol, of White Cloud; Mr. and Mrs. Will Livengood, Mrs. Missouri Hartley, Reuben Clark, of Morrill, Colo., O. H.? Brown, Olep Smith, of Horton; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ward of Severance.

A Cyclopedia State History of Kansas. Marriage records and newspaper records for Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas
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1870 Census, Ohio, New Lexington, P.O., Junction City, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, Roll #1255, Pg.13, Line 31, Dwelling & Family #89, Dated 12 June 1870:
Pearl, William A., wm, 32?, Dry Good, Merchant, $500, $l000, OH
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 33, OH
William R., son, wm, 8, OH
John J., son, wm, 7, OH
Francis M., son, wm, 6(5?), OH
Joseph, son, wm, 4, OH
Mary M., dau, wf, 3, OH
Cory E., dau, wf, 2?, OH
Charles, son, wm, 4mo., OH
Gossman, Mary, wf, 18, domestic servant, OH

1880 Census, Ohio, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1057, ED211, Pg.15, Line14, Dwelling #128, Family #139, Dated 16 June 1880:
Pearl, William A., mu*m, 42?, farmer, OH,PA(Md),ENG(Md)
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 43, OH,FRANCE,FRANCE
Raymond**, son, mu*m, 18, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
John, son, mu*m, 17, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
Frank, son, mu*m, 15, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Joseph, son, mu*m, 14, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Mattie***, dau, mu*f, 13, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Cora, dau, mu*f, 11?, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Charley, son, mu*m, 10, works farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
George, son, mu*m, 7, attends school, OH,OH,OH
***All other censuses say this family is white.
**William R. in the 1870 Census above.
***Mattie is a nick name for Mary Martha.

1900 Census, Kansas, 33 Shawnee St., Hiawatha City, Ward 2, Brown Co., Roll 472, Pg.17A (31 stamped), Line 17, Dwelling 378, Family 391, Dated 29 June 1900:
Pearl, Francis M., wm, 29?, Oct.1860?, M9yrs., lawyer, rents house, OH,OH,OH
Cordelia, wife, wf, 24?(34), May 1866, 4 children, 4 living,NC?,NC?NC?
Lucille, dau, wf, 8, Jan.1892?, attends school, KAN,OH,NC?
Lenora, dau, wf, 6, Feb.?1894, KAN,OH,NC?
Idol, son, wm, 3, Oct.1896, KAN,OH,NC?
*Sutro, dau, wm, 1, May 1899, KAN,OH,NC?
Francis, Cordelia, and Lucille read and write.
*Census says daughter for Sutro which is wrong. He is a son.
His first name is Adolph, Sutro is a nick name or middle name.
This census leaves much to be desired. According to a biographical article, Francis Marion was born 20 October 1864, 1865 according to Brown Co., Kansas death record. The copy of their marriage certificate shows that Francis and Cordelia were married 3 April 1892. It also states (in the biography) that Cordelia was born in Walla Walla, Washington, her father (J.M. Idol), in North Carolina; her mother, Jane (Hobbs) Idol, in Missouri. Lucille was probably born in January 1893, instead of 1892, according to marriage license. Lenore (Lenora?) was born 28 May 1894, according to info from Pat Jennes - 18 May 1894, according to the biography info.

1910 Census, Kansas, Hiawatha City, Brown Co., Roll 433, ED21, Pg.8B, Line 78, Family 220, Dated 21 April 1910*:
Pearl, Frank M**., wm, __, M2-18yrs., attorney, owns house, free of mortgage, OH,OH,OH
Cordelia, wife, wf, 43, M1-18yrs., 6 children, 6 living, WAS,NC,MO
Lucille, dau, wf, 17, single, attends school, KAN,OH,WAS
Lenoor, dau, wf, 15, single, attends school, KAN,OH,WASH
J.? Idol, son, wm, 13, single, attends school, KAN,OH,WAS
Adolph Sutro, son, wm, 11, single, attends school, KAN,OH,WAS
Cordelia Idol, dau, wf, 6, single, attends school, KAN,OH,WAS
Francis M., son, wm, 4, single, KAN,OH,WAS
All read and write, except Francis M., Jr.
*This Census lists this as Frank M.'s 2nd marriage. If this is correct, we have no idea who the first wife was. Have death record, 23 March 1890, of newborn baby girl in Leona, Kansas -- no mention of mother.
**Doesn't show Frank M.'s age.

1920 Census, Kansas, 114 Oregon Street, Hiawatha City, Ward 2, Brown Co., Roll 525, ED21, Pg.11B, Dated 10-12, 1920:
Pearl, Francis M., wm, 51?, mar., postmaster, OH,OH,OH
Cordelia, wife, wf, 50?, mar., WAS,N.CAR,MO
Sutro, son, wm, 21, single?, attends school, KAN,OH,WAS
Cordelia, dau, wf, 16, single, attends school, KAN,OH,WAS
Francis, son, wm, 14, single, attends school, KAN,OH,WAS
Berkley, Leonider, cousin, wm, 50, single
All read and write.

1930 Census, Roll 694, KS, Brown Co., Hiawatha, Ward 2, 110 Oregon Street, Line 96, 30/47, ED7-5, Sheet 10B, 304/7. Dated 9 Apr. 1930:
Pearl,, Franklin (Francis), head, rent house, value $25.00, wm, 65, M. at 25, OH,OH,OH
Cordealia, wife, 65, M. at 25, WAS,NO.CAROL., MO
Francis is an attorney-land office; rents house, value $25; no vets; citizen, both read & write.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1900. Hiawatha City, Ward 2Brown Co., Kansas

Census: 1910. Hiawatha City, Brown Co., Kansas

Census: 1920. Hiawatha City, Ward 2, Brown Co., Kansas

Francis married ? before 1893.

Children from this marriage were:

   329 F    i. ? Pearl was born on 23 Mar 1890 in Leona, Brown Co., Kansas and died on 23 Mar 1890 in Leona, Brown Co., Kansas.

Francis next married Cordelia Idol on 3 Apr 1893. Cordelia was born in May 1866 in Walla Walla, Washington, died in 1941 in Hiawatha, Kansas, at age 75, and was buried in 1941 in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Kansas.

Children from this marriage were:

   330 F    i. Lucile Pearl was born on 3 Dec 1892 in Brown Co., Kansas, died on 22 Jan 1969 in Hiawatha, Brown Co., Kansas, at age 76, and was buried in 1969 in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Kansas.

Lucile married Harold Keith Walton on 8 Nov 1917 in Hiawatha, Brown Co., Kansas. Harold was born between 1886 and 1887 in NY.

Lucile next married Loran Hostetler after Jul 1926.

   331 F    ii. Lenore Pearl was born BET 18 AND 28 MAY 1894 in Robinson, Brown County, Kansas, died on 21 Jun 1912 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, about age 1904, and was buried in Jun 1912 in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Kansas.

   332 M    iii. Adolph Sutro Pearl was born on 21 Aug 1898 in Brown Co., Kansas and died in Aug 1971 in Wichita, Kansas 67207, at age 73.

Adolph married Guyla Pfister on 6 Jun 1921 in St. Joseph, Missouri. Guyla was born on 17 Jul 1902 and died in Mar 1986 in Wichita, Kansas 67207, at age 83.

   333 F    iv. Cordelia Idol Pearl was born on 28 Jul 1903 in Robinson, Brown County, Kansas, died on 4 Sep 1984 in Alameda, CA, at age 81, and was buried in 1984 in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Kansas.

Cordelia married Frank Barnhisel Sr. on 3 Jul 1923 in Valley Falls, Jefferson County, Kansas. Frank was born on 2 Jul 1901 in Kansas and died on 28 Dec 1988 in Danville, California 94526, at age 87.

Cordelia next married (?) Shue after Mar 1924.

   334 M    v. Francis Marion Pearl Jr. was born on 17 Dec 1905 in Brown Co., Kansas and died in Sep 1976 in Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107, at age 70.

   335 M    vi. J. Idol Pearl was born in Oct 1896 in Brown County, Kansas.

Noted events in his life were:

Military: World War I

J. married Ruth J. . Ruth was born between 1906 and 1907 in Indiana.

76. Joseph H. Pearl was born in Nov 1865 in Junction City, Perry Co., Ohio and died on 7 Feb 1907 in Adams County, Nebraska, at age 41.

General Notes: Information compiled for Joseph and Edwinnie Pearl and their children was provided by Janice Robertson; Dolores Gano; and Sylvia Inman.

1870 Census, Ohio, New Lexington, P.O., Junction City, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, Roll #1255, Pg.13, Line 31, Dwelling & Family #89, Dated 12 June 1870:
Pearl, William A., wm, 32?, Dry Good, Merchant, $500, $l000, OH
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 33, OH
William R., son, wm, 8, OH
John J., son, wm, 7, OH
Francis M., son, wm, 6(5?), OH
Joseph, son, wm, 4, OH
Mary M., dau, wf, 3, OH
Cory E., dau, wf, 2?, OH
Charles, son, wm, 4mo., OH
Gossman, Mary, wf, 18, domestic servant, OH

1880 Census, Ohio, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1057, ED211, Pg.15, Line14, Dwelling #128, Family #139, Dated 16 June 1880:
Pearl, William A., mu*m, 42?, farmer, OH,PA(Md),ENG(Md)
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 43, OH,FRANCE,FRANCE
Raymond**, son, mu*m, 18, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
John, son, mu*m, 17, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
Frank, son, mu*m, 15, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Joseph, son, mu*m, 14, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Mattie***, dau, mu*f, 13, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Cora, dau, mu*f, 11?, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Charley, son, mu*m, 10, works farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
George, son, mu*m, 7, attends school, OH,OH,OH
***All other censuses say this family is white.
**William R. in the 1870 Census above.
***Mattie is a nick name for Mary Martha.

1900 Census, Kansas, Washington Co., Washington Twp., Washington City, Fifth Street, ED146, Sheet 10B, Line 86, Dwelling 237, Family 243, Roll 503, Dated June 9, 1900:
Pearl, Joseph H., wm, 34, Nov.1865, M7yrs., farmer, rents farm, OH,OH,OH
Winnie M., wife, wf, 27, Aug.1872, M7yrs., 3 children, 3 living, KS,MICH,MICH
Elizabeth D., dau, wf, 6, Oct.1893, at school, NEB,OH,KS
Burnice J., dau, wf, 4, Sep.1895, OKLA,OH,KS
Ruth L(?)., dau, wf, 2, Mar.1898, KS,OH,KS
Both adults can read & write.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1870. Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Census: 1880. Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Ohio

Joseph married Edwinnie Marie Faulk before 1893. Edwinnie was born on 27 Aug 1872 in Washington Co., Kansas and died on 8 Oct 1944 in San Jose, Santa Clara Co., California, at age 72.

Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: Practical nurse

Children from this marriage were:

   336 F    i. Elizabeth A. Pearl was born in Oct 1893 in Fairbury, Nebraska? and died before 1971 in California, before age 78.

Elizabeth married ? Brown .

   337 F    ii. Bernice Josephine Pearl was born on 1 Sep 1895 in El Reno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma and died on 18 Jan 1978 in San Jose, Santa Clara Co., California, at age 82.

Bernice married William W. Jacka between 1921 and 1922. William was born on 2 Nov 1892 in California and died in Jan 1968 in San Jose, California 95127, at age 75.

   338 F    iii. Ruth L. Pearl was born on 5 Mar 1898 in Washington Co., Kansas and died on 20 Nov 1979 in Mendocino Co., California, at age 81.

Ruth married Chelsie Williams .

Ruth next married ? Ellis .

Ruth next married ? Walker .

Ruth next married ? Campbell .

   339 M    iv. George Laverne Pearl was born about 1901 in Washington Co., Kansas and died on 25 Aug 1946 in Redding, Shasta Co., California, about age 45.

George married Jacqueline Elizabeth Cochran between 1925 and 1926. Jacqueline was born on 26 Jul 1903 in California and died on 30 Jan 1985 in Redding, Shasta Co., California 96002, at age 81.

   340 M    v. Raymond Joseph Pearl was born on 18 Apr 1904 in Washington Co., Kansas and died on 28 May 1984 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon, at age 80.

Raymond married Beatrice about 1923. Beatrice was born about 1902 in Michigan.

Raymond next married Ruth in 1982.

77. Mary Martha "Mattie" Pearl was born on 2 Feb 1867 in Perry County, Ohio, died on 6 Jun 1943 in Fort Supply, Woodward County, Oklahoma, at age 76, and was buried in El Reno, Oklahoma.

General Notes: At the time of Martha's mother's death in 1909 she lived in El Reno, Oklahoma. They had three children: Florence Marguerite (b. 1896?) in Nebraska and Edward Alois (1898?), and another child, probably born 1899-2000

At least the two older children attended Sacred Heart School in El Reno, Oklahoma. Florence was living with her grandparents, William and Elizabeth (Studer) Pearl in 1900. It is believed that she became an accomplished pianist.
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At the time of Mary Martha's father, William A. Pearl's death, she apparently was deceased because she is not mentioned in his obituary. He died 8 Aug. 1918. She couldn't be found in the 1910 census so she may have died between 1900 and 1910.
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It was Sylvia Pearl Inman's understanding that Mary Martha was institutionalized shortly after Florence was born due to postpartum depression.
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Mary Martha is buried in ElReno, Oklahoma. Family notes from another researcher gave 1943 as the year of her death. However, she isn't listed in Francis Marion Pearl's obituary of May 1939. Sylvia Inman has d. 6 June 1943.

1870 Census, Ohio, New Lexington, P.O., Junction City, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, Roll #1255, Pg.13, Line 31, Dwelling & Family #89, Dated 12 June 1870:
Pearl, William A., wm, 32?, Dry Good, Merchant, $500, $l000, OH
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 33, OH
William R., son, wm, 8, OH
John J., son, wm, 7, OH
Francis M., son, wm, 6(5?), OH
Joseph, son, wm, 4, OH
Mary M., dau, wf, 3, OH
Cory E., dau, wf, 2?, OH
Charles, son, wm, 4mo., OH
Gossman, Mary, wf, 18, domestic servant, OH

1880 Census, Ohio, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1057, ED211, Pg.15, Line14, Dwelling #128, Family #139, Dated 16 June 1880:
Pearl, William A., mu*m, 42?, farmer, OH,PA(Md),ENG(Md)
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 43, OH,FRANCE,FRANCE
Raymond**, son, mu*m, 18, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
John, son, mu*m, 17, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
Frank, son, mu*m, 15, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Joseph, son, mu*m, 14, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Mattie***, dau, mu*f, 13, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Cora, dau, mu*f, 11?, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Charley, son, mu*m, 10, works farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
George, son, mu*m, 7, attends school, OH,OH,OH
***All other censuses say this family is white.
**William R. in the 1870 Census above.
***Mattie is a nick name for Mary Martha.

1900 Census, Oklahoma, Cleveland Co., Normal Twp., Normal City, Oklahoma Sanitorium for the Insane, ED256, pg.1, Dwelling 21 Roll 1336, Dated 4 June 1900:
Fender, Mary M., wf, 33 (no month& year), m., 3 children, 3 living, Insane, housewife, reads and writes.

1900 Census, Oklahoma, Beckford Avenue, ElReno Twp. and City, Canadian County, Roll #1335, ED17, Pg.4B, l.58, Dated 5 June 1900:
Fender, William H., wm, 38(39) Apr.1861, M10yrs., OH,SWITZ,SWITZ

1900 Census, Oklahoma, ElReno Twp. and City, Canadian Co., Roll #1335, ED18, Pg.3B, l.82, House #56, Dwelling #58, Dated 12-13 June 1900:
Pearl, William A., wm, 62(63), Mar.1838*, m.39yr., cigar maker, R&W owns home, free of mortgage, OH,VA(Md),VA(Md)
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 67 (62), Sep.1832**, M39yr., R&W, 8 ch., 8 living, OH,FRANCE,FRANCE
#George S., son, wm, 27, Dec. 1872, single, lawyer, R&W, OH,OH,OH
##Anna, gr.dau, wf, 12(13), Mar.1888, attends school, NEB,OH,OH
Fender, Florence, gr.dau, wf, 3, Dec.1896, IA(NEB),SWIZ(OH?),OH
*William A's birth record says 1837.
**According to Elizabeth's obit and other censuses, she was born in September 1837.
#George S. is also listed on another page in this census. See his page of notes.
## Anna is also listed with her parents, William Raymond and Arthemia Pearl. and the birth year is 1887.
A Perl family lives in house #55. It isn't known if there is any connection.

ON THE 1900 CENSUS THE CHILDREN ARE NOT LIVING WITH EITHER OF THEIR PARENTS. FLORENCE IS LIVING WITH HER GRANDPARENTS, ELIZABETH & WILLIAM PEARL BUT THE WHEREABOUTS OF THE OTHER TWO CHILDREN IS NOT KNOWN. THEY COULD BE WITH THE OTHER SET OF GRANDPARENTS, AUNTS OR UNCLES, OR IN AN ORPHANAGE??

1910 CENSUS -- COULDN'T FIND HER THERE IN THE 1910 CENSUS AND COULDN'T FIND THE CHILDREN.

Medical Notes: In the 1900's she was in an insane asylum due to postpartum depression

Mary married William H. Fender on 16 Feb 1890 in Fairbury, Nebraska. William was born on 1 Apr 1861 in Ohio and died on 18 Jul 1937 in Glendale, California, at age 76.

Children from this marriage were:

   341 M    i. William Joseph Fender was born between 15 Nov 1890-1891 in Fairbury, Nebraska, died on 3 Aug 1963 in Los Angeles, California, about age 72, and was buried in Aug 1963.

Noted events in his life were:

Death Certificate: unknown

William married Florence L. . Florence was born between 1903 and 1904 in California and died before 1930, about age 27.

   342 M    ii. George Edward Fender was born on 12 Jul 1894 in Fairbury, Nebraska and died on 1 Mar 1979 in Laguna Beach, California, at age 84.

George married Mary Fulstick . Mary was born on 16 Feb 1899 in Illinois and died on 20 Feb 1991 in Orange, California, at age 92.

   343 F    iii. Florence Loretta Fender was born on 11 Dec 1895 in Nebraska and died in Sep 1969 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73111, at age 73.

Florence married Dean H. Binkley about 1919 in Probably Oklahoma. Dean was born on 10 Aug 1890 in KS, died in Dec 1969 in San Antonio, Texas 78201, at age 79, and was buried in Dec 1969.

78. Cora E. Pearl was born in Sep 1868 in Perry Co., Ohio and died on 18 Sep 1945 in Lawton, Oklahoma, at age 77.

General Notes: From various newspaper death notices of family members, it was found that Mrs. Dennis Grant lived in Durango, Colorado in December 1909, at the time of her mother's death. Didn't find her in the 1910 Census of LaPlata County, Durango. She lived at the Indian School in Lawton, Oklahoma, in July, 1917, at the time of William Raymond's death. She lived in Lawton in 1918, at the time of her father's death. Went through Lawton Township and City-- 1910 and 1920 Censuses and didn't find her. She was still in Lawton in 1945, at the time of John J's. death. No mention of children was found.
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Cora and Dennis had four children, two were deceased before the 1900 Census.

1870 Census, Ohio, New Lexington, P.O., Junction City, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, Roll #1255, Pg.13, Line 31, Dwelling & Family #89, Dated 12 June 1870:
Pearl, William A., wm, 32?, Dry Good, Merchant, $500, $l000, OH
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 33, OH
William R., son, wm, 8, OH
John J., son, wm, 7, OH
Francis M., son, wm, 6(5?), OH
Joseph, son, wm, 4, OH
Mary M., dau, wf, 3, OH
Cory E., dau, wf, 2?, OH
Charles, son, wm, 4mo., OH
Gossman, Mary, wf, 18, domestic servant, OH

1880 Census, Ohio, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1057, ED211, Pg.15, Line14, Dwelling #128, Family #139, Dated 16 June 1880:
Pearl, William A., mu*m, 42?, farmer, OH,PA(Md),ENG(Md)
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 43, OH,FRANCE,FRANCE
Raymond**, son, mu*m, 18, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
John, son, mu*m, 17, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
Frank, son, mu*m, 15, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Joseph, son, mu*m, 14, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Mattie***, dau, mu*f, 13, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Cora, dau, mu*f, 11?, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Charley, son, mu*m, 10, works farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
George, son, mu*m, 7, attends school, OH,OH,OH
***All other censuses say this family is white.
**William R. in the 1870 Census above.
***Mattie is a nick name for Mary Martha.

1900 Census, Oklahoma, Canadian Co., El Reno Twp., El Reno City, 110 Choctow Ave., ED17, Pg.11, Line19, Dwelling 225, Family 235, Roll 1335, Dated June 13, 1900:
Grant, Dennis B., wm, 37, Feb.1863, M9yrs., Mech.Eng., owns house, reads & writes, CAN,ENG,ENG
Cora E., wife, wf, 31, Sep.1868, M9yrs., had 4 children, 2 living, reads & writes, OH,OH,OH
Francis, son, wm, 3, Feb.1897, OK,CAN,OH
Mary, dau, wf, 1, Feb.1899, OK,CAN,OH

NOTE: Not found in 1910 Census of Durango-Plata Co., Colorado.
Not found in 1910 in Lawton Twp. or Lawton City, Oklahoma

1920 Census, OK, Comanche Co., Lawton, Fort Sill Boarding School, Roll 1458, ED129, Pg.197A, Sh. 16A, Line 31, 17-20 January 1920:
Grant, Dennis, head, wm, 55, mar., CAN,CAN,IRE
Clara (Cora) E., wife, wf, 51, mar., OH,OH,OH
Both read & write. Dennis is an engineer.

1930 Oklahoma, Roll 1899, Commanche Co., Lawton Twp., Lawton City, Ward l, Block 57, 916 Arlington Ave., ED16-17, Sheet 13B, Pg. 128B Line 100 & Pg.129A, Line 1, 348/362:
Grant, Dennis B., head, wm, 69, M. at 29, CAN,IRE*,IRE*
Cora E., wife, wf, 61, M. at 22, OH,OH,OH
Owns home, value $6,500; both read & write; no veterans.
*Irish Free State.

Cora married Dennis B. Grant between 1890 and 1891 in Probably Oklahoma. Dennis was born in Feb 1863 in Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

   344 M    i. Francis Grant was born in Feb 1897 in Oklahoma.

Francis married Jessie about 1922. Jessie was born about 1991 in Nebraska.

   345 F    ii. Mary Grant was born on 1 Feb 1899 in Oklahoma.

   346 U    iii. ? Grant .

   347 U    iv. ? Grant .

79. Charles Albert "Charlie" Pearl was born on 13 Jan 1870 in Perry County, Ohio, died on 29 Mar 1938 in Fort Supply, Woodward Co., Oklahoma, at age 68, and was buried in El Reno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma. The cause of his death was cerebral Hemorrhage.

General Notes: Perry Co., Ohio, Birth Records, Pearl, Charles A., son of William A. Pearl and Elizabeth Studer, male, white, b. 13 January 1870, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Ohio.

Charles Albert Pearl was also a cigar maker as was his father, William A. Pearl. Charles moved with the family to Fairbury, Nebraska in 1886. There he met Stella Emma Willett. He married Stella Emma Willett in Seneca, Nemaha Co., Kansas on 12 Jan. 1892. One son, Vernon, was born in Fairbury in 1892. They then moved to Caldwell, Kansas, where Charles Albert worked on the railroad. There they had five children: Marguerite Delores (1900), Ernest Willett (1903), Edgar Donald (1905), Joseph Bernard (1907), and George Raymond (1908).

In 1911, the family moved to El Reno, Oklahoma, where Anita Elizabeth (1913) and Dorothy Virginia (1915) were born and an infant in 1916 who died in 1917. Charles worked for the railroad then returned to cigarmaking until he retired. He also operated a Billiard Parlor/Barber Shop until he retired. He was also known as "Benny". He loved all sports, especially baseball, and was a great student of the game.
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Charles Albert is buried in ElReno, Oklahoma.
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According to Sylvia Inman, Charles and Stella evidently divorced after 1920 Census.
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1870 Census, Ohio, New Lexington, P.O., Junction City, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Ohio, Roll #1255, Pg.13, Line 31, Dwelling & Family #89, Dated 12 June 1870:
Pearl, William A., wm, 32?, Dry Good, Merchant, $500, $l000, OH
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 33, OH
William R., son, wm, 8, OH
John J., son, wm, 7, OH
Francis M., son, wm, 6(5?), OH
Joseph, son, wm, 4, OH
Mary M., dau, wf, 3, OH
Cory E., dau, wf, 2?, OH
Charles, son, wm, 4mo., OH
Gossman, Mary, wf, 18, domestic servant, OH

1880 Census, Ohio, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1057, ED211, Pg.15, Line14, Dwelling #128, Family #139, Dated 16 June 1880:
Pearl, William A., mu*m, 42?, farmer, OH,PA(Md),ENG(Md)
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 43, OH,FRANCE,FRANCE
Raymond**, son, mu*m, 18, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
John, son, mu*m, 17, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
Frank, son, mu*m, 15, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Joseph, son, mu*m, 14, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Mattie***, dau, mu*f, 13, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Cora, dau, mu*f, 11?, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Charley, son, mu*m, 10, works farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
George, son, mu*m, 7, attends school, OH,OH,OH
***All other censuses say this family is white.
**William R. in the 1870 Census above.
***Mattie is a nick name for Mary Martha.

No Charles A. Pearl in 1900 Kansas Soundex.
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1910 Census, Kansas, Caldwell Township and City Ward 1, Sumner County, Roll #458, ED150, Sh.8A, l.29, Dated 22 April 1910:
Pearl, Charles A., wm, 39(40), 1st M-1-18yrs., cigar maker, owns shop, rents house, OH,VA(OH?),OH
Emma, wife, wf, 34(35), M1-18yrs., had 6 children, 6 living, ILL,MD,VA
Vernon, son, wm, 17, helps in pool room, NEB,OH,ILL
Marguerite, dau, wf, 10, attends school, KAN,OH,ILL
Ernest, son, wm, 7, attends school, KAN,OH,ILL
Edgar, son, wm, 4, KAN,OH,ILL
Joseph, son, wm, 3, KAN,OH,ILL
George, son, wm, 1yr.,4mo., KAN,OH,ILL

1910 Census, Oklahoma, City W4, ElReno Twp., Canadian Co., Roll #1246, ED88, pg.1B, Line 99, Family 20, Dated 15 April 1910:
Pearl, William A., wm, 72(73), wid., retired, owns home, OH,MD,VA(MD)
Charles A*., son, wm, 40, M1-17yr., machinist-round house, OH,OH,OH
The rest of Charles' family not listed here. Both can read & write.
*Charles A. and family listed together in Kansas Census above, pg.41.

1920 Census, Oklahoma, ElReno Twp., Canadian Co., Roll #1455, ED88, pg.9A&B, Line 93, Dated 30 January 1920:
Pearl, Charles A., wm, 46(50), mar., cigar maker, owns business, R&W, OH,VA(OH?),OH
Emma, wife, wf, 44, mar., R&W, OH(ILL),MD,VA
Marguerite, dau, wf, 20, single, stenographer-depart. store, R&W, KAN,OH,VA
Ernest, son, wm, 16, single, clerk-R.R. service, R&W, KAN,OH,VA
Edgar, son, wm, 14, attends school, KAN,OH,VA
Joe, son, wm, 12, attends school, KAN,OH,VA
George, son, wm, 11, attends school, KAN,OH,VA
Elizabeth, dau, wf, 6, attends school, OK,OH,VA
Virginia, dau, wf, 4, OK,OH,VA
Charles through Earnest read & write.

Charles married Stella Emma Willett on 12 Jan 1892 in Seneca, Nemaha Co., Kansas. Stella was born on 3 Mar 1875 in Decatur, Illinois and died on 8 Jun 1922 in El Reno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma, at age 47. The cause of her death was heart Failure.

Children from this marriage were:

   348 M    i. William Vernon Pearl was born on 5 Nov 1892 in Fairbury, Nebraska and died on 13 Jul 1951 in Pennsylvania, at age 58. The cause of his death was coronary Heart Disease.

William married Helen May Uhlrich .

   349 F    ii. Marguerite Delores Pearl was born on 28 Jan 1900 in Wellington, Kansas and died on 26 Apr 1971 in El Reno, Oklahoma, at age 71.

Marguerite married Curtis Keller in 1920. Curtis was born on 2 Apr 1896 in OK and died in Oct 1977 in El Reno, Oklahoma, at age 81.

   350 M    iii. Ernest Willett Pearl was born on 21 Apr 1903 in Caldwell, Kansas and died on 28 Apr 1966 in El Reno, Oklahoma, at age 63. The cause of his death was cardiovascular Disease.

Ernest married Sarah Jewel about 1922. Sarah was born in 1904 in Oklahoma.

   351 M    iv. Edgar Donald Pearl was born on 27 May 1905 in Caldwell, Kansas, died on 23 May 1986 in El Reno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma, at age 80, and was buried in El Reno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma. The cause of his death was cancer.

   352 M    v. Joseph Bernard Pearl was born on 26 Mar 1907 in Caldwell, Kansas, died on 10 Nov 1975 in Rogers, Arkansas, at age 68, and was buried in Rogers, Arkansas. The cause of his death was cardiovascular Disease.

Joseph married Mary Silvera Baca on 19 Jun 1931 in La Junta, Colorado.

   353 M    vi. George Raymond Pearl was born on 30 Nov 1908 in Caldwell, Kansas and died on 26 Feb 1979 in El Reno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma 73036, at age 70.

George married Theda .

   354 F    vii. Anita Elizabeth Pearl was born on 14 Jul 1913 in El Reno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma and died about 1991 in Conway Springs, Kansas, about age 78. The cause of her death was cardiovascular Disease.

Anita married William T. Burton .

   355 F    viii. Dorothy Virginia Pearl was born on 17 Feb 1915 in El Reno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma and died on 16 Jun 1982 in El Reno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma, at age 67.

Dorothy married ? Franklin .

   356 U    ix. Infant Pearl was born on 1 Oct 1916 in El Reno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma and died on 1 Apr 1917 in El Reno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma.

80. George Sylvester Pearl Sr. was born on 30 Dec 1872 in Perry Co., Ohio and died about 1945 in Dallas, Texas, about age 73.

General Notes: George S. Pearl was an attorney. In 1945, according to his brother John's obituary, he was living in Dallas, Texas.
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Perry Co., Ohio, Birth Records, Pearl, George S., son of William Pearl and Elizabeth Studer, male, white, b. 30 December 1872, Clarksville, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Ohio.
George is buried in ElReno, Oklahoma.
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In a letter, written in 1954, to Harrison Pearl of Belmont, Massachusetts From Mrs. Joe B. Pearl of Rogers, Arkansas, it stated that George Sylvester had compiled a genealogy of the family several years ago. Mrs. Pearl didn't know if he had ever completed it. At this time George Sylvester Pearl was deceased but Mrs. Pearl stated that his widow was living in Fort Worth, Texas & that she might know.
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George S. Pearl also moved with the family to Fairbury, Nebraska. He then came to El Reno, Oklahoma, around 1894 with his parents, William and Elizabeth (Studer) Pearl. He practiced law and then went to work for the railroad.

Nothing is known about the children after leaving El Reno. Mary Cecelia worked for the telephone company in 1918; James worked for the railroad.
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1880 Census, Ohio, Jackson Twp., Perry Co., Roll #1057, ED211, Pg.15, Line14, Dwelling #128, Family #139, Dated 16 June 1880:
Pearl, William A., mu*m, 42?, farmer, OH,PA(Md),ENG(Md)
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 43, OH,FRANCE,FRANCE
Raymond**, son, mu*m, 18, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
John, son, mu*m, 17, works on R.R., attends school, OH,OH,OH
Frank, son, mu*m, 15, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Joseph, son, mu*m, 14, works on farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Mattie***, dau, mu*f, 13, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Cora, dau, mu*f, 11?, attends school, OH,OH,OH
Charley, son, mu*m, 10, works farm, attends school, OH,OH,OH
George, son, mu*m, 7, attends school, OH,OH,OH
***All other censuses say this family is white.
**William R. in the 1870 Census above.
***Mattie is a nick name for Mary Martha.

1900 Census, Oklahoma, ElReno Twp. and City, Canadian Co., Roll #1335, ED18, Pg.3B, l.82, House #56, Dwelling #58, Dated 12-13 June 1900:
Pearl, William A., wm, 62(63), Mar.1838*, m.39yr., cigar maker, R&W owns home, free of mortgage, OH,VA(Md),VA(Md)
Elizabeth, wife, wf, 67 (62), Sep.1832**, M39yr., R&W, 8 ch., 8 living, OH,FRANCE,FRANCE
#George S., son, wm, 27, Dec. 1872, single, lawyer, R&W, OH,OH,OH
##Anna, gr.dau, wf, 12(13), Mar.1888, attends school, NEB,OH,OH
Fender, Florence, gr.dau, wf, 3, Dec.1896, IA,SWIZ?,OH
*William A's birth record says 1837.
**According to Elizabeth's obit and other censuses, she was born in September 1837.
#George S. is also listed on another page in this census. See his page of notes.
## Anna is also listed with her parents, William Raymond and Arthemia Pearl, and the birth year is 1887.
A Perl family lives in house #55. It isn't known if there is any connection.

1900 Census, Oklahoma, 104 Rock Island Street, ElReno Twp. and City, Canadian County, Roll #1335, ED17, pg.5A, l.32, Dwelling #101, Family #105, Dated 6 June 1900:
Pearl, George S., wm, 27, Dec. 1872, single, lawyer, R&W, OH,OH,OH
A Walter Finch, real estate dealer, lives with George. They are listed as roomers, so they must rent.

1910 Census, Oklahoma, ElReno City Ward 3, Canadian Co., Roll #1246, ED86, pg.2B, l.37, Family #33, Dated 18 April 1910:
Pearl, George S., wm, 37, M1-7yr., lawyer, gen. practice, owns house, NEB(OH),US)OH),US(OH)
Sue C., wife, wf, 30, M1-7yr., 2 children, 2 living, TEX, TENN,TENN
Mary C., dau, wf, 6, attends school, OK,NEB(OH),TEX
Cletus J., son, wm, 3, OK,NEB(OH),TEX

1920 Census, Oklahoma, Canadian Co., El Reno Twp., El Reno City, Ward 3, ED90, Pg.7B, Line 56, Roll 1455, Dated Jan. or Feb. 1920:
Pearl, George S., wm, 47, mar., railroad time keeper, owns house, OH,OH,OH
Sue C., wife, wf, 40, mar., TEX,TENN,TENN
Mary C., dau, wf, 15, attends school, OK,OH,TEX
Eleanor E., dau, wf, 8, attends school, OK,OH,TEX
Cletus J., son, wm, 13, attends school, OK,OH,TEX
George S., Jr., son, wm, 1-0/18*, OK,OH,TEX
*That is the way it looks on the Census. It probably means to say 18 months or 1-l/2 years. Family notes say that he was born about 1918.
All read & write, except George S., Jr.

1930 Census, OK, Roll 1895, Canadian Co. ElReno, Ward 3, 400 Wade, ED9-10, Sheet 7A, Pg.95, Line 37, Famly 136, Dated 9 April 1930:
Pearl Geo., head, wm, 58, M. at 30, clerk-steam railway, OH,OH,OH
Susan, wife, wf, 50, M. at 22, TEX,TENN,TENN
Mary, dau., wf, 26, single, telephone operator-telephone co., OK,OH,TEX
Elenor, dau., wf, 18, single, OK,OH,TEX
Geo., son, wm, 11, single, OK,OH,TEX
Owns house, value $3,000; owns radio; not a veteran

George married Susan Cecilia in Elreno?, Oklahoma. Susan was born between 1879 and 1880 in Texas.

Children from this marriage were:

   357 F    i. Mary Cecelia Pearl was born about 1904 in Oklahoma.

   358 M    ii. Cletus James Pearl was born on 14 Sep 1906 in Oklahoma and died in Sep 1978 in Dallas, Texas, at age 72.

   359 F    iii. Eleanor E. Pearl was born on 3 Jan 1912 in Oklahoma and died on 4 May 1989 in Dallas, Texas 75206, at age 77.

   360 M    iv. George S. Pearl Jr. was born about 1918 in Oklahoma.

82. Charles H. Pearl was born in Nov 1868 in Missouri.

General Notes: Charles' dad's obituary indicates that he died in infancy. He DID NOT die in infancy. He is on the 1900 Census, as follows. Charles, and possibly his wife, must have died between the 1900 and 1910 Censuses as he wasn't in Louisville in the 1910 Census unless he moved. Also, their son, Arthur. was adopted by his grandparents, Francis Xavier and Sarah Lilly Pearl.
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1870 Census, MO, Carroll Co., Carrollton P. O., Wakenda Twp., Roll 766, Pg.393, Line 23, 22/22, 17 Aug. 1870:
Peral, Francis X., wm, 30, $___, $453, farming, OH
Sarah A., wf, 26, keeping house, IN
Charles H., wm, 2, MO
Mary E., wf, 8 mos., MO
Barker, George W., wm, 19, laborer, PA

1880 Census, Missouri, Rea (Twp.? or Town?), Carroll Co., Roll #679, Vol. 6, ED157, Dwelling & Family #59, Dated 3 June 1880:
Pearl, Francis K (X),wm, 40, mar, tenant farmer, reads & writes, OH,MD,MD
Sarah M. wife, wf, 30, mar, reads & writes, IND,PA,IND
Charles H., son, wm, 12, attends school, farm work, R&W, MO,OH,IND
Mary E., dau, wf, 10, attends school, R&W, MO,OH,IND
Martha, dau, wf, 6, MO,OH,IND
Sarah A., dau, wf, 2, MO,OH,IND
*Lewis F., son, wm, 4months, b. Jan., MO,OH,IND
*Spelled Louis on family picture and in other censuses.

1900 Census, Colorado, Louisville Twp., Precinct 19, Boulder Co., ED166,Pg.11B, Line 75, Dwelling 216, Family 217, Roll 121, Dated 16 June 1900:
Pearl, Charles, wm, 31, Nov. 1868,M4Yrs., Barber, rents house, R&W, MO,MO,MO
Sarah, wife, wf, 20, Apr.1880, M4Yrs., 1 child, 1 living, ENG,ENG,ENG
Arthur L., son, wm, 1, Sep. 1898, COL,MO,ENG

1910 CENSUS - COULDN'T FIND CHARLES & SARAH IN BOULDER, COLORADO, LOUISVILLE TWP., PRECINCT 19. LOOKED AT ROLL 230, ED7-24 AND ED7-23, 31 & 32. NOT IN THAYER COUNTY, NEBRASKA EITHER. WENT THROUGH ALL OF THAYER CO.

1920 CENSUS - COULDN'T FIND THEM.

1930 CENSUS - COULDN'T FIND THEM.

Charles married Sarah . Sarah was born on 20 Apr 1880 in England.

Children from this marriage were:

   361 M    i. Arthur L. (George Gunn) Pearl was born on 1 Sep 1898 in Colorado.

83. Mary E. Pearl was born on 3 Dec 1869 in Missouri and died after 1930 in Probably Hebron City, Thayer Co., Neb, after age 61.

General Notes: The name is Monohon on newspaper clippings of Mary's parents golden wedding anniversary and their death notices.
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1870 Census, MO, Carroll Co., Carrollton P. O., Wakenda Twp., Roll 766, Pg.393, Line 23, 22/22, 17 Aug. 1870:
Peral, Francis X., wm, 30, $___, $453, farming, OH
Sarah A., wf, 26, keeping house, IN
Charles H., wm, 2, MO
Mary E., wf, 8 mos., MO
Barker, George W., wm, 19, laborer, PA

1880 Census, Missouri, Rea (Twp.? or Town?), Carroll Co., Roll #679, Vol. 6, ED157, Dwelling & Family #59, Dated 3 June 1880:
Pearl, Francis K (X),wm, 40, mar, tenant farmer, reads & writes, OH,MD,MD
Sarah M. wife, wf, 30, mar, reads & writes, IND,PA,IND
Charles H., son, wm, 12, attends school, farm work, R&W, MO,OH,IND
Mary E., dau, wf, 10, attends school, R&W, MO,OH,IND
Martha, dau, wf, 6, MO,OH,IND
Sarah A., dau, wf, 2, MO,OH,IND
*Lewis F., son, wm, 4months, b. Jan., MO,OH,IND
*Spelled Louis on family picture and in other censuses.

1900 Nebraska Census Hebron Twp., and City, Thayer Co., Roll 941, ED164, Pg. 1B, Line 61, Dwelling and Family 15
Monohon, William C., wm, 44, Feb.1856, M12Yrs., day laborer, owns house w/mortg., R&W, IA,IA,IA
Mary E., wife, wf, 30, Dec.1869,Mar.12Yrs., 4 children, 3 living, MO,OH,IND
*Frances, son, wm, 8, Aug.1891, attends school, NE,LA,MO
Agnes C., dau, wf, 6, Nov.1893, attends school, NE,IA,MO
James, son, wm, 4, May 1896, KS,IA,MO
*Frances on census.

1910 Census, Nebraska, Eads Ave., Hebron Precinct, Ward l, Hebron City, Thayer Co., Roll 856, ED187, Pg.11B, Line 66, Dwelling 257, Family 255, Dated 25/26 April 1910:
Monohon, William C., wm, 54, M20yrs.?*, mail carrier-rural route,IA,IND?,TENN?
Mary E., wife, wf, 40, M20yrs.?*, 4 children,3 living,MO,OH,IND
Francis, son, wm, 18, single public school teacher, NE,IA,MO
Agnes, dau, wf, 16, single, NE,IA,MO
James, son, wm, 13, attends school, KA,IA,MO
All read and write.
*In 1900 Census they were married 12 years.

1920 Census, Nebraska, Eads Ave., Hebron Precinct, Ward 1, Hebron City, Thayer Co., Roll 1002, ED201, Pg.4B, Line 89, Dwelling and Family 114, Dated 5 January 1920:
Monohon, William C., wm, 62, mail carrier-rural route, R&W, IA,US,US
Mary, wife, wf, 50, R&W, MO,OH,IND
Gertrude, dau, wf, 10, attends school, NE,US,US
Dorathy, dau, wf, 8, attends school, NE,IA,MO

1930 Census, Roll 1294, NEB, Thayer Co., Hebron City, ED 85,-18, Sheet 4B, Pg.172, 230 Eades Ave., Dated April 4, 1930:
Monohan, William, wm, 74, M. at 32, no occup.,IA, USA,USA
Mary E., wife, wf, 66, M. at 18, MO,OH,IA
owns house, value $2,500, has radio.

Mary married William C. Monohon about 1887. William was born in Feb 1856 in Iowa and died after 1930, after age 74.

Children from this marriage were:

   362 M    i. Francis Monohon was born on 7 Aug 1891 in Nebraska and died in Apr 1971 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, at age 79.

Francis married M. Agnes Borowiak about 1919 in Probably Nebraska. M. was born on 7 Feb 1896 in Germany, died on 15 Aug 1987 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, at age 91, and was buried in Aug 1987.

   363 F    ii. Agnes C. Monohon was born in Nov 1893 in Nebraska.

   364 M    iii. James A. Monohon was born on 4 May 1896 in Kansas, died in Jul 1978 in Denver, Denver Co., CO, at age 82, and was buried in Jul 1978.

James married Christine . Christine was born on 12 Jul 1905, died in Oct 1987 in Denver, Denver Co., CO, at age 82, and was buried in Oct 1987.

   365 F    iv. Gertrude Monohon was born between 1909 and 1910 in Hebron, Thayer Co., Nebraska.

   366 F    v. Dorothy Monohon was born between 1911 and 1912 in Hebron, Thayer Co., Nebraska.

87. Sarah Agnes Pearl was born on 20 Dec 1877 in Missouri and died after 1930, after age 53.

General Notes: Sarah Agnes Pearl, Hruska was living in Gilead at the time of her father's death in 1925.

1880 Census, Missouri, Rea (Twp.? or Town?), Carroll Co., Roll #679, Vol. 6, ED157, Dwelling & Family #59, Dated 3 June 1880:
Pearl, Francis K (X),wm, 40, mar, tenant farmer, reads & writes, OH,MD,MD
Sarah M. wife, wf, 30, mar, reads & writes, IND,PA,IND
Charles H., son, wm, 12, attends school, farm work, R&W, MO,OH,IND
Mary E., dau, wf, 10, attends school, R&W, MO,OH,IND
Martha, dau, wf, 6, MO,OH,IND
Sarah A., dau, wf, 2, MO,OH,IND
*Lewis F., son, wm, 4months, b. Jan., MO,OH,IND
*Spelled Louis on family picture and in other censuses.

1900 Census, NE, Thayer Co., Gilead Pct., Roll 941:
Hruska, Frank, head, wm, 64, Aug. 1835, M-38yrs., AUSTRIA,AUSTRIA,AUSTRIA
Catherine, wife, wf, Nov. 1830, 69, 10ch., 6 liv., AUSTRIA,AUSTRIA,AUSTRIA
Joseph, son, wm, 26, Dec. 1873, M-2yrs., IA,AUSTRIA,AUSTRIA
Agnes, dau-in-law, wf, 22, Dec. 1877, no children, MO,OH,IN
Frank and Catherine were naturalized in 1861.
Both men are farmers. Frank cannot speak English. All others can speak English.

1910 Census, NE, Thayer Co., Gilead Pct., Roll 856, ED185, Sh. 3B, Line 62, Dated 18 April 1910:
Hruska, Joseph, head, wm, 36, M1-12yrs, IA,BOHEMIA, BOHEMIA
Agnes, wife, wf, 32, 3 ch., 3 liv., MO,OH,IN
Mary, dau., wf, 9, attends school, NE,IA,MO
Francis, son, wm, 7, attends school, NE,IA,MO
Herbert, son, wm, 4, NE,IA,MO
Joseph owns farm, farmer, all but Herbert can read & write.

1920 Census, NE, Thayer Co., Gilead Pct., Roll 1002, ED 199, Pg.81A, Sh. 5A, Line 6, 97/97, no date shown:
Hanuska, Joe A., head, wm, 46, mar., IA,BOHEMIA,BOHEMIA
Agnes Sarah, wife, wf, 42, mar., MO,OH,IN
Francis Steven, son, wm, 17, single, NE,IA,MO
Herbert Louis, son, wm, 14, single, NE,IA,MO
Pearl Elizabeth, dau., wf, 2--1/2, single, NE,IA,MO
Owns farm-free of mortgage; all but Pearl can read & write.
Joe is a farmer-general farming.
Francis & Herbert are laborers-home farm.

1930 Census, Roll 1294, NEB, Thayer Co., Gilead Pct., ED85-17, Sheet 7A, Pg.167, Line 32, Dated April 1930:
Hruska, Joseph, wm, 56, m. at 24, IA, CHEC, CHEC
Agnes, wife, wf, 52, M. at 20, MO,OH,IND
Frances S., son, wm, 28, single, NEB,IA,MO
Pearl, dau., wf, 12, single, attends school, NEB,IA,MO
Bevington, John, Lodger, wm, 45, single, farm laborer, NEB,OH,IRE
Joseph is a farmer, owns farm, has radio.
All can read & write.

Sarah married Joseph Hruska about 1897. Joseph was born between 1873 and 1874 in Iowa and died after 1930, about age 57.

Children from this marriage were:

   367 F    i. Mary Hruska was born between 1890 and 1891.

   368 M    ii. Francis Steven Hruska was born on 1 Sep 1902 in Nebraska and died in Dec 1987 in Sidney, Cheyenne, NE, at age 85.

Francis married Catherine .

   369 M    iii. Herbert Louis Hruska was born on 3 May 1905 in Probably Thayer Co., Nebraska, died in Aug 1979 in Sidney, Cheyenne, Nebraska 69162, at age 74, and was buried in Aug 1979.

Herbert married Ellen A. . Ellen was born on 26 Jul 1907 in Nebraska, died on 5 Mar 1992 in Sidney, Cheyenne, NE, at age 84, and was buried in Mar 1992.

   370 F    iv. Pearl Elizabeth Hruska was born between 1917 and 1918 in Nebraska.

88. Louis Francis Pearl was born on 19 Jan 1880 in Missouri and died in Jan 1971 in Chamberlain, South Dakota 57325, at age 91.

General Notes: Social Security Number issued in Nebraska.

1880 Census, Missouri, Rea (Twp.? or Town?), Carroll Co., Roll #679, Vol. 6, ED157, Dwelling & Family #59, Dated 3 June 1880:
Pearl, Francis K (X),wm, 40, mar, tenant farmer, reads & writes, OH,MD,MD
Sarah M. wife, wf, 30, mar, reads & writes, IND,PA,IND
Charles H., son, wm, 12, attends school, farm work, R&W, MO,OH,IND
Mary E., dau, wf, 10, attends school, R&W, MO,OH,IND
Martha, dau, wf, 6, MO,OH,IND
Sarah A., dau, wf, 2, MO,OH,IND
*Lewis F., son, wm, 4months, b. Jan., MO,OH,IND
*Spelled Louis on family picture and in other censuses.

1900 Census, Nebraska, Gilead Precinct, Thayer Co., Roll #941, ED162, pg.5B, 1.80, dated 11 June 1900:
Pearl, Francis X, wm, 60, May 1840, M34yrs., farmer, owns farm, OH,MD,MD
*Margaret S., wf, 50, May 1850, M34yrs., 11 children, 6 living, IND,PA,NY?
Martha, dau, wf, 26, Jan.1874, single, school teacher, MO,OH,IND
Louis F., son, wm, 20, Jan.1880, single, attends school, MO,OH,IND
Alice A., dau, wf, 18, Dec. 1881, single, attends school, MO,OH,IND
All can read & write.
*Sarah M. in the 1880 Census.

1910 Census, Nebraska, Gilead Pct., Thayer County, Roll #856, ED185, pg.4, l.13, dated 20 April 1910:
Pearl, Louis F., wm, 30, M4yrs., farm laborer, rents house, MO,OH,IND
Bessie E., wife, wf, 28, M4yrs., NEB,OH,IRE
Both read and write.

1920 Census, Nebraska, Gilead Pct., Thayer County, Roll #1002, Gilead Pct., Thayer County, ED199, Sheet 4A, Line 20, no date given, but 1920 censuses were taken in January and February:
Pearl, Louis, wm, 39(40?), mar., laborer-hires out, rents home, MO,OH,IND
Bessie Elizabeth, wife, wf, 38, mar., NEB,OH,IRE
Ruth Lenora, dau, wf, 9, attends school, NEB,MO,NEB
Lawrence Albert, son, wm, 6, attends school, NEB,MO,NEB
Ralph Charles, son, wm, 1 yr., 6 mo., NEB,MO,NEB
All but Ralph can read & write.
Lawrence Albert naturalized in 1916.

NOTE: Louis & Elizabeth Pearl live next door to John Cortney & Hugh Deaver.

1930 Census, NEB, Roll 1294, Thayer Co., Rose Creek Precinct, ED 85-24, Sheet 5A, Pg.216, Line 9, 82/82, Dated 11 April 1930:
Pearl, Louis F., wm, 50, M. at 26, farmer-general farming, MO,OH,IND
Bessie E., wife, wf, 48, M. at 24, NEB,OH,IRE
Albert L.*, son, wm, 17, single, ENG,MO,NEB
Ralph C., son, 11, single, at school, NEB,MO,NEB
Joseph F., son, 9, single, at school, NEB,MO,NEB
Wayne L., son, wm, 6, single, at school, NEB,MO,NEB
In the 1920 Census above, Albert L. is Lawrence Albert. Albert is a U.S. citizen. Also in the 1920 Albert was born in Nebraska.
Rents farm; all read & write; no veterans.

Noted events in his life were:

Census: 1910. Gilead Pct., Thayer Co., Nebraska

Census: 1920. Gilead Pct., Thayer Co., Nebraska

Louis married Bessie Elizabeth . Bessie was born about 1882 in Nebraska.

Children from this marriage were:

   371 F    i. Ruth Lenora Pearl was born about 1911 in Nebraska.

   372 M    ii. Albert Lawrence Pearl was born in 1913 in Canada.

   373 M    iii. Ralph Charles Pearl was born about 1918 in Nebraska.

   374 M    iv. Joseph F. Pearl was born between 1920 and 1921 in Probably Thayer Co., Nebraska.

   375 M    v. Wayne L. Pearl was born between 1923 and 1924 in Probably Thayer Co., Nebraska.

89. Anne Alice Pearl was born on 18 Dec 1881 in Missouri.

General Notes: On the 1900 Census she's listed as Alice A. She was a school teacher at the time of the 1900 Census.
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At the time of her mother's death, they were living in Valier, Montana.

1900 Census, Nebraska, Gilead Precinct, Thayer Co., Roll #941, ED162, pg.5B, 1.80, dated 11 June 1900:
Pearl, Francis X, wm, 60, May 1840, M34yrs., farmer, owns farm, OH,MD,MD
*Margaret S., wf, 50, May 1850, M34yrs., 11 children, 6 living, IND,PA,NY?
Martha, dau, wf, 26, Jan.1874, single, school teacher, MO,OH,IND
Louis F., son, wm, 20, Jan.1880, single, attends school, MO,OH,IND
Alice A., dau, wf, 18, Dec. 1881, single, attends school, MO,OH,IND
All can read & write.
*Sarah M. in the 1880 Census.

CAN'T FIND THEM ON 1910.

1920 Census, Montana, Pondera* Co., School Dist. 66, Roll 973, ED176, Sh. 2B, Line 74:
Brophy, John E., head, wm, 35, IA,IA,IA
Alice A., wife, wf, 38, MO,OH,IN
Farmer-Gen.Farming; both can read & write.
*Pandora Co. was formed from several other counties in 1919. Don't know where to look for them in 1910.

1930 Montana, Pondera Co., Abbot Lake, School Dist. 57,Roll 1260, ED26, Pg.122, Sh. 1A, April 10, 1930:
Brophy, John E., head, wm, 45, M at 23, farmer-gen. farming, IA,IA,IA
Anna A., wife, wf, 48, M at 26, MO,OH,IND
Ruth C., dau., wf, 6, single, at school, Montana,IA,MO
Owns house; no veterans; adults read & write.

Anne married John E. Brophy about 1907. John was born between 1884 and 1885 in Iowa.

Children from this marriage were:

   376 F    i. Ruth C. Brophy was born between 1923 and 1924 in Montana.


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