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from the Brown County Ohio History Book on William Evans. Father of Joseph..
Immigrant, who came from Ireland with his wife, to Philadelphia during the Revolutionary War period. May of come from County Cork.
Beer's History of Brown County, Ohio (1873) & Thompson's "Historical Colletion's of Brown County, Ohio" states that William Long & family came from Kentucky & as early as 1789 to Cormack's Run, near Riplay, Ohio. 5 yrs before Ohio became a state.
History of Franklin Twp.: by S.C. Gordon M.D. William Long and his wife came to the Untied states from Ireland, and, as early as 1798, if not before, they came from Kentucky, and settled on Cornick's Run, near the present site of Ripley, where the husband died and was buried, leaving his widow and six children. About 1800 or 1801, Mary Long and her children who were not married came to what is now Franklin Township, and settled on what is known as the Joseph Long farm, where Henry Miller now lives. Nancy married Uriah Springer. Jane married John Bunner, who was a cooper(barrel maker), and the son of Ruben Bunner, and they settled on his father's farm, now owned by L. Spencer. Margaret married Isaiah Lucas, son of Robinson Lucas. Sarah married Benjamin Purdum, a tanner, who established a tan yard, the first in the township, on his father-in-law's farm where he lived for some years. Joseph (born January 22, 1784) married Charlotte Bunner, he lived on the home farm, his wife died May 17, 1855. In February, 1865, he went to Illinois, and, on October 23 of the same year, died, aged eighty-one years eight months and one day. He was brought back to Franklin Township and buried by his wife in the old Baptist Churchyard.
Recieved from Sandra Long

http://myrootsplace.com/getperson.php?personID=I94963&tree=MRP 
LONG, William (I2859)
 
2

This Deed From Mankin, McFarland To Garrett Freeman 1851

This Deed, Made the 22 day of October, in the tear of our Lord, One thousand, Eight Hundred
and Fifty One, between Lewis F. Mankin, and Fanny his wife, and James A. McFarland, all of
the county of Loudoun and State of Virginia, of one part, and Garrett C. Freeman, Jane W.
Freeman and Sophia M. Freeman, of the county and state aforesaid, of the other part, witnessed,
that for, and in consideration of the sum of Twelve Hundred and Sixty Dollars, to them the said
Mankin and McFarland, in hand paid, at the time of sealing and delivery of these present, the
receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, the said party of the first part, by these present doth
grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said party of the second part, all their estate, rights, title
and interest in and to a certain tract of land lately lying in the said County of Loudoun, being a
part of the tract of land lately purchased by said Mankin and McFarland from the heirs of
Nathaniel C. Freeman, and bounds as follows: Beginning at a black oak stump, with a large
sprout, pointer, now make a corner to this tract, and to A. D. Lee, in a line of said Lee, and
running thence with said line S 43 E102 36 poles to a stone now planted, a corner to this tract,
and the said Mankin & McFarland: then S 22 ¾. W.187 72 poles to a stone, now planted, near a
Hickory pointer, a corner to the same, in a line of Lewis: then N45 W170. 62 poles to a stone on
the east side of a black oak in a lane, a corner to Lewis; then with another of his lines N. 22 ¼ E.
141 ½ poles to a pile of stones on the east side of a black oak pointer, a corner to Lewis and
Iden, and to Lees purchase: the with Lee, S. 87 E.69. 4 poles to the Beginning, Containing One
Hundred and Eighty acres of land , be the same more or less; Together also with all and singular
the rights, members, liberties, privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging, or in any wise
appertaining. The Have and to hold the said tract of land with the appurtenances, unto the only
proper use, benefit and behoof of them, the said Garrett C. Freeman, Jane W. Freeman and
Sophia M. Freeman, their heirs and assigns forever.
And the said Lewis F. Mankin and Fanny his wife, and James A. McFarland, for themselves,
their heirs, and for every of them, do by these presents, covenant and agree to warrant and
forever defend the premises hereby conveyed, unto the said Garrett C. Freeman, Jane W.
Freeman and Sophia M. Freeman, their heirs and assigns forever, free from the claims of them
the said Lewis F. Mankin and Fanny his wife, and James A. McFarland, their heirs and free from
all other titles and incumbrances whatsoever.
In Witness whereof, the said Lewis F. Mankin and Fanny his wife, and James A. McFarland,
have hereunto set their hands and seals, the day above written.

Lewis F. Mankin, {seal}
Fanny Mankin, {seal}
James A. McFarland, {seal}
 
MANKIN, Lewis F (I3604)
 
3
"Andrew & Catherine Beck were natives of Pennsylvania. After growing up to maturity there they removed, in the early history of the future state of Ohio, to what is now Fairfield County, and from there came in 1838 to Hancock County. there,
Andrew entered 80 acres of land and during the remainder of his life cleared and improved the larger part of this. He was not only one of the earliest pioneers of Hancock County, but also of Fairfield County. He had served in the War of 1812.
After coming to Hancock County, he lost his wife (1849) and he then broke up his home and for the rest of his life lived with his daughter, Mrs. (Sarah) Bachar of Wyandot."

Note: source: "A Centennial Biographical History of Hancock County, Ohio", p. 492. Lewis Publishing Co, 1903. 
BECK, Andrew (I3167)
 
4
daughter of Milton B and S. A.
age 1y 4m 26d 
TONG, Laurea (I5187)
 
5
Jo Koenig
kirajo@bright.net

http://www.scioto.org/Adams/ahnentafels/freeze-rebecca.html
ADAMS COUNTY AHNENTAFELS

ANCESTORS OF REBECCA FREEZE

Generation No. 1

1. Rebecca Ellen Freeze, born August 19, 1863; died August 29, 1921 in B. Dunkard Ridge Cem, Louden, OH. She was the daughter of 2. Sampson Freeze and 3. Margaret Annvalee (Lewis) Cokonaugher. She married (1) Joseph Wesley (Yankie) (Yankee) Yankey 1885. He was born February 05, 1862, and died 1950 in B. Dunkard Ridge Cem, Louden, OH. He was the son of Andrew Jackson (I) (Yankie) (Yankee) Yankey and Cynthia Ann Hedrick.

Generation No. 2

2. Sampson Freeze, born January 20, 1838; died March 09, 1902 in a. 64yrs.. He was the son of 4. Charles Freeze and 5. Catherine (Unknown). He married 3. Margaret Annvalee Cokonaugher March 1858.

3. Margaret Annvalee Cokonaugher, born September 06, 1845 in Adams Co. Ohio; died July 10, 1931 in Clermont Co., Wayne Twp., OH. She was the daughter of 7. Caroline Cokonaugher.

Generation No. 3

4. Charles Freeze, born 1800 in VA. (Have seen May 25 1805 in Germany or Holland); died November 08, 1878 in a. 73-6-13. He married 5. Catherine ____ Abt. 1826 in Virginia.

5. Catherine ____, born 1807 in (Have seen Oct 28 1800 in Germany or Holland); died August 01, 1865 in a. 62-3-12/b. Dunkard Ridge, Highland Co., OH (64-9-3)?.

7. Caroline Cokonaugher, born December 18, 1825 in VA.; died June 19, 1919. She was the daughter of 14. Christopher (Jr.) Cokonaugher and 15. Elizabeth Betty Dodds.

Generation No. 4

14. Christopher (Jr.) Cokonaugher, born March 11, 1797. He was the son of 28. Christopher (Sr.) Cokonaugher and 29. Magdalene Longnecker. He married 15. Elizabeth Betty Dodds June 14, 1821 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

15. Elizabeth Betty Dodds, born 1796 in or 1797 VA. She was the daughter of 30. Alexander Dodds and 31. Peggy (Unknown).

Generation No. 5

28. Christopher (Sr.) Cokonaugher, born 1757 in York Co., Pa. He married 29. Magdalene Longnecker.

29. Magdalene Longnecker

30. Alexander Dodds He married 31. Peggy ____.

31. Peggy ____ 
COKONAUGHER, Ruhama (I2328)
 
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John M Milliken papers

Stanley married Louise Sylvia Petet who was born at Grass Valley, Calif on 4 Oct 1902. They were married on 26 Nov 1924 at Sacramento, Calif. Louise worked as a telephone operator in Auburn as a girl. She is the daugter of Anthony and Lena Petet.
 
PETET, Louise Sylvia (I1490)
 
7
Middle initial E from Carl Catherman

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John served in Co. K, 21st Ohio Infantry and Co. K, 65th Ohio Infantry. He was engaged in action at Shiloh, Stone's River, Chickamauga, Chattanooga, Resaca & Jonesboro. His first wife Sarah (maiden name unknown) died prior to 1880. 
BOLANDER, John E (I330)
 
8
News Death Notice
http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dayton/obituary.aspx?n=nelle-ruth-murbach&pid=168542658

MURBACH, Nelle Ruth Age 91, of Brookville, Ohio passed away on December 11, 2013. She was born August 26, 1922 to Oliver Jackson and Ara Belle (Lowe) Michael in Hastings, West Virginia. Nelle attended Fairmont State College in Fairmont, West Virginia after which she became a schoolteacher in a one-room school before moving to Dayton, Ohio in 1944 to work a Wright Field. Nelle and her husband moved to Alliance, Ohio in 1953 where she resided for 58 years. She was preceded in death by her parents, her brother, Jack Michael and her husband of 56 years, John. Nelle is survived by her daughter, Kimberlynne (Kenneth) Hamilton of Brookville, Ohio, three grandchildren, Chandra (Leonard) Marciano of Miami, Florida, Tyler Hamilton of Los Angeles, California and Kara Hamilton of Chicago, Illinois, sister, June Michael of Centerville, Ohio and numerous nieces and nephews. Nelle will always be remembered as a loving and devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. The family would like to thank Hospice of Dayton and the staff of Brookhaven Nursing Center for their care during Nelle's final days. A private service will be held for the family at a later date. Contributions may be made, in lieu of flowers, to Hospice of Dayton or a charity of the donor's choice . www.RogersFuneralHomes.com
- See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dayton/obituary.aspx?n=nelle-ruth-murbach&pid=168542658#sthash.0OJqAse4.dpuf
 
MICHAEL, Nelle Ruth (I18)
 
9
Note:
He (Wm) received for his father, 1723, a deed for 400 acres of land in Towamencin Twp, now Montgomery Co., on which he settled, and where he died in 1748. Letters of administration being granted on his estate to his eldest, Abraham Tennis (as all of his children signed the name Jan. 17, 1749-49 
(TENNIS), William Tunes (I2831)
 
10
Rootsweb.com - Gary Shaffer, gshaffer@hgo.net
Richard had 20 total children, 10 with Mary Porter and another ten with a wife whose name is unknown some (WFT, 4 tree 2283)
Other trees only list Mary Porter as his wife (WFT, 1, tree 3767 
MORRIS, Richard (I636)
 
11
SS# - 292-32-8804 - from familysearch.org

Ancestor.com message board - mebateman@cox.net
Re: Jasper Franklin Wiggins
Author: Mary Bateman Date: 8 Mar 2004 5:59 PM GMT
Surnames: Wiggins
Classification: Query
In Reply to: Jasper Franklin Wiggins by: dan tong

If you need his parents' names have you requested his birth or death certificate which should show his parents' names? Have you requested his Social Security app? With the death date you can check the local library research dept to see if they can lookup an obit in the newspaper archives. With their names I can look back farther on other census files.

Here is some census info in case you don't have it:
1920 PA Lancaster Co Columbia tsp Ward 6 ED 16 p5 of 29 on ancestry.com:
Wiggins Jasper F head 34
Wiggins Cleo G wife 32
Wiggins Catherine dau ?
Wiggins Kenneth son ?

1930 OH Wood Co Bowling Green tsp Plain PO office p13 of 36 on ancestry.com
Wiggins Jasper F head 44 m 29 PA PA PA - clergyman, baptist
Wiggins Cleo G wife 40 OH OH OH
Wiggins Catherine E dau 13 PA OH PA(I don't know why this doesn't match or if they switched the info on parents birth location)
Wiggins Kenneth L son 11 PA PA OH
Wiggins Madonna dau 9 PA PA OH
Wiggins J Franklin son 8 PA PA OH
Wiggins Lovell M son 7 PA PA OH
Wiggins Ruth E? dau 3 OH PA OH

See screen captures of census

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SS Record
JASPER WIGGINS b. 13 Jul 1885 d. Feb 1974 last address: 45840 (Findlay, Hancock, OH) last benifit: (none specified) 292-32-8804 Ohio SS-5 Letter
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familysearch.org - Death Record
Jasper WIGGINS
Birth Date: 13 Jul 1885
Death Date: Feb 1974
Social Security Number: 292-32-8804
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Ohio
Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 45840
Localities:
Findlay, Hancock, Ohio
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Not sure about this but it seems right???

1910 Census
Name: Jasper Wiggins with brother Ross as Laborer
Age in 1910: 24
Estimated birth year: 1885
Birthplace: Pennsylvania
Home in 1910: 4-WD PATERSON, PASSAIC, New Jersey
Race: White
Gender: Male
Series: T624
Roll: 906
Part: 2
Page: 52A
Year: 1910
 
WIGGINS, Jasper Franklin (I294)
 
12
Steve - At one point in his life, Charles weighed 310 lbs.
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1880 Census for Charles M says he was born in Ohio and so was father.
In 1880, living at Ohio > Lucas > Toledo > District 36

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Death certificat - died in Arcadia, Missouri of Heart Disease and Diabeties
 
MONTGOMERY, Charles Milo (I972)
 
13
The inscription reads "COKONOUGHER. CHARLES. 1886 - 1912." This is the
western side of the gravestone. The eastern side contains the inscription for
Charles Cokonougher's father and mother, Zachariah and Mary (Wisecup)
Cokonougher.

Military plaque:
The inscription on the gravestone reads "Cecil L. Cokonougher. Ohio.
TEC5. HQ BTRY. 185 FA BN. World War II. April 19, 1917. Sept. 22, 1966."
This is a bronze miltary veteran's gravestone. Cecil also has a separate
granite gravestone. His grave is next to his parent's graves.

Additional Comments:

Cecil was born 19 April 1917 to John Henry Cokonougher (1883-1963) and
Amelia Irene (Miller) Cokonougher (1900-1963). He was a soldier in World War
II, a farmer, and a postal rural route mail carrier. He never married. He
died 23 Sept. 1966 at his residence of a heart attack and aneurism. Cecil's
brothers and sister were John Henry Cokonougher (1919-1994), Howard William
Cokonougher (1922-1984), Herbert Miller Cokonougher (1924-1967), and Geraldine
June (Cokonougher) Barnhart (1933-1993).
On the day that he died, Cecil felt sick and called the local ambulance
driver, who was also an undertaker, to come and get him. Cecil then walked
out to his front porch and sat on the steps to wait. When the ambulance
arrived, the driver found Cecil dead on the steps.

http://files.usgwarchives.net/oh/ross/photos/tombstones/southsalem/cokonoug4618nph.txt
 
COKONAUGHER, Cecil Lloyd (I3068)
 
14
[HAMILTONS FOR STEVE CROUCH.FTW]

THE HISTORY OF KANSAS
A. T. Andreas - 1883

(page 1508)
"C. C. HAMILTON, farmer and stock raiser, Hunnewell, is a native of Ohio, and was born in 1818. He was reared in the agricultural profession. He obtained a fair business education. He began farming on his own responsibility at the age of twenty-three. In 1853 he went to Indiana, where he was engaged in farming two years. He was then in Illinois sixteen years. In 1869 he came to Sumner County, Kan., and engaged in farming three years. He owns a farm of 160 acres, which is run as a grain and stock farm. He also owns one half interest in one section of land of 640 acres near South Haven. He is a stockholder in the Hunnewell Bank, and owns a residence in Hunnewell. He is grazing 200 head of fine cattle. Mr. Hamilton is a member and class leader of the Methodist Church. Mr. Hamilton was married to Miss Juliann Wilson, of Ohio, in 1841. He lost his wife in 1861 by whom he had eight children - James, Sarah, Lewis, Eliza, John H., Nancy, Juliann and Benjamin Franklin. Mrs Hamilton was a member of the Methodist Church. Mr. Hamilton was married to Miss Lizzie Crow, of Indiana, in 1872. Mrs. Hamilton is a member of the Methodist Church. Mr. Hamilton has been steward of the church. He started even in life."

(Christian Hamilton was married three times. After the death of his first wife, Julia Ann, in Illinois, he married Nancy Bitner. It is not known if she was single or a widow. They never had any children but she raised the children of his first marriage. She died in 1880 and is buried in South Haven, KS. Christian then married Elizabeth Crow, a school teacher. Christian's son, John Henry Hamilton, married Jessie Crow, a sister of his stepmother.

This son, John H., was a rancher and stockman in Sumner County, owned a general merchandise store in Hunnewell, and also formed the Hamilton Bank of Hunnewell of which Christian was a stockholder.)

Mary Hamilton Kelley has death date of 1898 for Christian and Keith Kermoade has death date of May 1, 1899.

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Gail Hamilton jnghamilton@sbcglobal.net
Also buried with him is his 3rd wife, Elizabeth Crow Hamilton.
Pictures of grave stone from Gail Hamilton
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Picture of Christian C Hamilton - Joan Shacklette 
HAMILTON, Christian C (I774)
 
15 !BURIED IN PLOT D #1325 in inglewood cemetary Jim Crawfords autobiography
DATES HIS MARRIAGE TO IDA JANE AS 8-30-1897 (verification is needed)
James was an electrician by trade and built and operated an electric
generating plent in illinois HE HAD AN ACCIDENT (GORED BY A BULL) NOV 20
1922?? which left him partly crippled. Found in LA Hall of Records by
Andrew Crawford 1-23-92 Death certificate number 10936 recorded on Jan 13,
1933. Found on marriage certificate of Francis Virgil Crawford by Andrew
Crawford 1-23-92 in LA Hall of Records that father James A. Crawford was
born in ILL and mother Ida J. Spray was born in Iowa. Unable to Verify the
city Lick Skillet,Logansport,IN but did find Logansport,Cass,IN. *
05/09/92 Checked LDS Small Town files and found Lickskillet, Hickory Point
in Macon Co. IL. is now known as Bearsdale. Source of Information: Cen.
Ill Gen. Soc. Quart v6 pg 102. Sending for verification of birth record.
05-17-92 Received reply, no records found. 05-17-92 Sending to Logansport
for b. info. Marriage location was Mimadocia,IL. Unable to verify this
location. Did find Meredosia,Morgon,IL Aunt Verns bible states that James
Allen Crawford died Dec. 7, 1932 (verification of date of death needed) **
See below for verification. J.A.C. document Oak Grove Ore Oct. 4, 1930
provides information for much of the Crawford line. Oak Grove OR is
Portland,Multnomah,OR Verified USPS 3-21-92 Found on death certificate
noted above in LA Hall of Records that indead Aunt Verns bible notes were
accurate. Date of Death was Dec 7, 1932. James was residing at 431 1/2
Centinela Blvd. Inglewood,Los Angeles,CA His wife was Emma Crawford (which
I do not think is right). Birth location was Logansport,IN, Father was
Rev. David Crawford born Salem,NY. Mother was Mary A. Meharry born
Fountain Co. IN. I found the length of residence interesting, 1 year in
California and Los Angeles. The informant was Francis V. Crawford of the
same address. The remains were Removed to Inglewood Park Cemt Dec 10,
1932. An autopsy was performed, with Chronic myocarditis as the primary
cause of death, and Coronary Artery Sclerois as a contrubiting other
factor.
 
CRAWFORD, James Allen (I325)
 
16 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I314)
 
17 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I365)
 
18 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I317)
 
19 !Have a note with Ida Jane Spray Crawford birth date as Feb. 13, 1863 IOWA
Obtained marriage certificate to Charles. Full name of Bride is Jennie
Spray Place of residence at time of marriage: Ash Grove,Iroquois, IL Age
at next birthday, 19 Race: White Place of birth: Iowa Fathers name:
Aquilla Mothers maiden name: Odle First marriage Book B page 3409
05/09/92 Checked LDS small town files, Found Albin,Brown,MN or
Albion,Butler,IA or Albion,Howard,IA. Alabama City is a substation of
Gadsden in Etowah County. 3-21-92 (USPS)
 
SPRAY, Ida Jane (Jennie) (I326)
 
20 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I321)
 
21 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I315)
 
22 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I316)
 
23 !Marriage Cert number 24809 in LA Hall of Records by Andrew Crawford
03-05-92
 
VARGAS, Sandra Anne (I309)
 
24 !Marriage records not found in LA Hall of Records 03-05-92 Searched years
1948 to 1961. Did find Bonnie L. Crawford married Sept 16, 1948 but not to
Eddie Schindewolf - Andrew Crawford
 
CRAWFORD, Bonnie Lajune (I364)
 
25 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I394)
 
26 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I318)
 
27 "She (Jemima - sister of Ruth) had four sisters, all of whom married. Two of their husbands were Revolutionary soldiers, John Dye and Robert Wright, and they two and Edward Evans used often to sit together and recount their experiences in the Revolutionary War. Each had served in different places during the war, one at sea and two on land."

(History of Adams County, Ohio, by Nelson W Evans & Emmons B Stivers) 
APPLEGATE, Ruth (I518)
 
28 "The first tax list of Rostraver Twp, Bedford County, PA in 1772 lists William and his three brothers, Benjamin, Thomas & Daniel. William was listed as a Ranger on the Frontier in the Continental Line, 1778-1783, and served in Hugh Goudy's company. In 1783, the Westmoreland County, return transcript of property, lists William as possessing 300 acres of land, 3 horses, 5 head of cattle, 8 sheep, and 11 white inhabitants.

He received a patent of land formerly owned by James Dean. This tract was surveyed on September 16, 1790 and was patented to William Applegate on June 23, 1794, which was called, "Apple Orchard". In 1791, he was taxed in Elizabeth Twp, Allegheny County. On Apr 15, 1801, William and his wife, Sarah, now living in North Beaver Twp, Allegheny County, transferred this property to sons, Isaiah, William and Robert. If he moved to Indiana, it is probable that it occurred after this property transfer. The 1830 Census of Indiana lists William Applegate, Sr".
(New Jersey Settlement papers)

"Edward Evans wife, Jemima Applegate, died January 7, 1844. Her father, William Applegate, Sr, emigrated from New Jersey to Pennsylvania, and from there to Corydon, Indiana, where he died at the ripe old age of 105 years! When 100 years old, he walked into the woods with his rifle, and without glasses, shot a squirrel in a tree.

The descendants of Edward Evans were once numerous in Brown County, but are now scattered in many States of the Union. A great-grandson is one of the editors of this work."

(A History of Adams County, Ohio - From its earliest settlement to the Present Time, by Nelson W Evans & Emmons B Stivers)
 
APPLEGATE, Sr. William (I5078)
 
29 "This bronze war veteran's marker stone reads "ELWOOD L. COKONOUGHER. SGT. US
ARMY. WORLD WAR II. MAY 17, 1918. MAY 28, 1984."

Additional Comments:

Elwood L. Cokonougher was the son of Joseph Elwood Cokonougher and Viva
(Storts) Cokonougher.
For a complete listing of gravestone inscriptions in the South Salem Cemetery,
see "Gravestone Inscriptions in Ross County, Ohio - Vol. III", available at
Amazon.com .

File at: http://files.usgwarchives.net/oh/ross/photos/tombstones/southsalem/cokonoug3571nph.txt 
COKONAUGHER, Elwood (I3033)
 
30 "Tong, Robert George, age 29 months, infant son of Helen & George, grandson of Mrs. J. Myer, passed away Sunday, March 31. Funeral from the home of Mrs. Myer, 3021 Seymour Avenue, Wednesday, April 3, at 2. p.m. (Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland Necrology File, # 0363961) Robert was 2 years & 5 months when he died of infantile convulsions due to a cerebral birth injury. TONG, Robert George (I3071)
 
31 # Note:

"David Beck claims Amanda Township as his place of birth, his natal day being 10 April 1845. After he passed his boyhood days on his father's farm and, like the other boys of his neighborhood, had attended the district school, he chose as his
permanent occupation the independent life of a farmer, and in connection with this he engaged in threshing for fifteen years. He embarked on his own agricultural course in 1869 and began to accumulate real estate until he now has 113 acres,
which he devote to general farming and stock raising. In 1901, having gained a considerable competence through his careful and well directed labor, he retired from his farm and now resides in Vanlue. Mr Beck has twice married. . . . For six
years, Mr Beck has held the position of trustee of Amanda Township. In fraternal relations, he is a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, in which he is past grand."

# Note: source: "A Centennial Biographical History of Hancock County, Ohio", pp. 492-3. Lewis Publishing Co, 1903.

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More on David's family at
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:255055&id=I4000
 
BECK, David (I3198)
 
32 'Lou'
(Mrs. George Peeke, Peak, Peek);that Cotton-Tong line died out, too.
I think Lou & George Peeke moved from Botland/Bardstown to Louisville, Kentucky. 
COTTON, Lucretia (I5052)
 
33 (age 30), wife Marjorie S.(age 29), on Howard M. (age 7), & daughter Josephine J. (age 3), were living in Los Angeles, CA during the 1930 census. Marsden was an optometrist working in a jewelry store.

California birth records have Howard b. 03/20/1923 in Los Angeles, & Marjorie Jane b. 08/15/26 in Los Angeles, CA. Marsden was living in Hemet, Riverside Co, CA when he died. Marjorie: Marjorie died at the age of 89. 
HEARD, (Howard) Marsden (I1788)
 
34 (bapt'd. Trin..Luth. Ch., Reading, PA

living Reading, PA since early 1900's, with 2nd wife, Anna M. ---- Gotborg. 
AUKAMP, Daniel East (I769)
 
35 (Baptized with sister Margaret. L.),

unmarried 
AUKAMP, Edmund (Edward) Louis (I767)
 
36 (Clarence): Howard & his family were living in Chillicothe, OH where he was working as an optician during the 1900 census of Ross Co, OH. Howard stated his father was born in Canada & his mother in Ohio.

By 1910 the family had moved to Los Angeles, CA & Howard was working as an optometrist. Son Joseph was born in PA in 1902 so maybe the family made didn't move directly there. The 1920 census showed the same information, the 1930 census has just Howard & Lyda. This time his dad was born in Ohio & his mom in Canada. 
HEARD, Clarence Howard (I1786)
 
37 (IV) William Crawford, third son of George and Esther (Scott) Crawford, married (license dated December 27, 1756) Catherine Bowne, daughter of Captain John (3) and Anny (Lippitt) Bowne, and granddaughter of Obadiah Bowne, son of Captain John (1) Bowne, eldest son of William Bowne, the founder of the family in America.

Children: Esther, born February 3, 1761, married Robert White; William, mentioned below; John Bowne, November 27, 1767, married Caroline Field; Mary, married George Smith. 
CRAWFORD, William (I744)
 
38 (obituary appeared in the Victor Herald, 12-12-1891, p2).
Buried next to Julia Potter Aldrich (1844-1924) and Libbie Potter Norton (1842-1902)

Inscription:
wife of William S. Potter, died Dec 5, 1891, age 71 yr.

Family links:
Children:
Libbie Potter Norton (1842 - 1908)*
Julia Potter Aldrich (1844 - 1924)* 
PATRICK, Julia Ann (I5017)
 
39 (V) William (2) Crawford, son of William (1) and Catherine (Bowne) Crawford, was born October 9, 1763, and died December 14, 1837. He was one of the wealthy men of his time, inheriting a goodly share of his father's estate, which had been greatly increased through the lands his wife, Catherine Bowne, brought to him.

He married Rebecca Patterson, born October 9, 1768, daughter of John Patterson, of Middletown township.

Children: John Bowne, married Catherine Crawford; William, died young; William Henry, mentioned below; James Patterson, married Margaretta Bowne; Anne Bowne, married Hendrick Conover.
 
CRAWFORD, William (I2768)
 
40 - Buried at Old Red Oak Cem.
Birth - 1850 Census

No marriages that we know of 
CRAWFORD, Heterick (I103)
 
41 - Carrie Day's Papers held by Nina Hamilton.
- Old Red Oak Cem. W. Henry and Linn Rd.
- Tombstone Inscriptions of Brown Co. by L Colletta and L Puckett.
 
RAMSEY, Emma (I92)
 
42 - Carrie Day's papers.
- Tombstone Inscriptions of Brown Co. vol 1, 1963 by Lillian Colletta and
Leslie Puckett.
- Old Red Oak Cem. located at W. Henry and Linn Rd.
 
Crawford, Cynthyann (I88)
 
43 - Died of old age
Marriage: Marriage Records of Mason Co. KY, 1810-1855 by Eliz Prather Ellsberry
 
MCNARY, Susan Jane (I95)
 
44 - Listed as wife of William H Crawford in his Bond for Estate.
 
AMANDA (I93)
 
45 - Listed in Carrie Day's papers held by Nina Hamilton. Name in papers is Mary E Brady - in other records (census) it is Margareth E.

- In Red Oak Cem. and listed in Tombstone Inscription of Brown Co. by
L Colletta and L Puckett

BIRTH: Also listed as 18 Dec 1843.

Listed as wife of William H Crawford in 1880 Census.
 
BRADY, Mary E (I91)
 
46 - Listed in Carrie Day's papers in posession of Nina Hamilton.
- Old Red Oak Cem. "Old Brick" Cem. - located at W. Henry and Linn west of
Red Oak.
- Listed in book "Tombstone Inscription of Brown Co. Vol I, 1963 by
Lillian Colleta and Leslie Puckett
 
MEYERS, Priscilla (I86)
 
47 - Listed on Susan Crawford's will as Son
- Committed to hospital for insane in Athens, Oh by brother William H
in 1875 and again in 1880.
- Lived in Ripley.
- Buried in Red Oak Cem - found overgrown with weeds.
Marriage: Brown Co. Oh Marriage Records, Patricia Donaldson, PObox 43,
Georgetown 45121
 
CRAWFORD, Lewis E (I83)
 
48 - Lived in Georgetown
 
CRAWFORD, John (I96)
 
49 - lived in Georgetown
Birth - 1850 Census
 
CRAWFORD, Eliza (I99)
 
50 - lived in Georgetown
Birth - 1850 Census
 
CRAWFORD, Susan (I100)
 

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