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51 - Lived in Morgantown, Ind.
Birth - 1850 Census
 
CRAWFORD, Joshua W (I102)
 
52 - Lived in Red Oak.
Birth - From 1850 Census.
 
CRAWFORD, Sarah (I97)
 
53 - Lived in Ripley
Birth - 1850 Census
 
CRAWFORD, Elizabeth Jane (Lizzie) (I101)
 
54 - lived in Ripley
Birth - 1850 Census
 
CRAWFORD, Ellen (I98)
 
55 - Lived in Wilington, Oh.
 
CRAWFORD, Emma Joe (I87)
 
56 -------
Married at house Of Mark Wright, Parish Of Shankill, County Armagh, Ireland 
ROBSON, John (I678)
 
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1850 Census - Pleasant Twp, Hancock Co, Ohio

Name Age
Robert Mitchell 46
Miraeon Mitchell 40
Isaac Mitchell 20
Mary Jane Mitchell 19
Sarah Ann Mitchell 15
Allis Mitchell 14
Elisabeth Mitchell 12
Aaron Mitchell 10
Robert Mitchell 5
Miraem Mitchell 5
Rachel Mitchell 3
Benoni Mitchell 1

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1860 Census - Jackson Twp, Wood Co, Ohio

Name Age
Robt Mitchell 56
Mirian Mitchell 49
Sarah Mitchell 25
Aaron Mitchell 20
Robert Mitchell 15
Mirian Mitchell 15
Rachael Mitchell 13
Benona Mitchell 11
Delieve Mitchell 7 
MITCHELL, Rachael (I761)
 
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1850 Census - Pleasant Twp, Hancock Co, Ohio

Name Age
Robert Mitchell 46
Miraeon Mitchell 40
Isaac Mitchell 20
Mary Jane Mitchell 19
Sarah Ann Mitchell 15
Allis Mitchell 14
Elisabeth Mitchell 12
Aaron Mitchell 10
Robert Mitchell 5
Miraem Mitchell 5
Rachel Mitchell 3
Benoni Mitchell 1

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1860 Census - Jackson Twp, Wood Co, Ohio

Name Age
Robt Mitchell 56
Mirian Mitchell 49
Sarah Mitchell 25
Aaron Mitchell 20
Robert Mitchell 15
Mirian Mitchell 15
Rachael Mitchell 13
Benona Mitchell 11
Delieve Mitchell 7 
MITCHELL, Robert (I760)
 
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1850 Census - Pleasant Twp, Hancock Co, Ohio

Name Age
Robert Mitchell 46
Miraeon Mitchell 40
Isaac Mitchell 20
Mary Jane Mitchell 19
Sarah Ann Mitchell 15
Allis Mitchell 14
Elisabeth Mitchell 12
Aaron Mitchell 10
Robert Mitchell 5
Miraem Mitchell 5
Rachel Mitchell 3
Benoni Mitchell 1

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1860 Census - Jackson Twp, Wood Co, Ohio

Name Age
Robt Mitchell 56
Mirian Mitchell 49
Sarah Mitchell 25
Aaron Mitchell 20
Robert Mitchell 15
Mirian Mitchell 15
Rachael Mitchell 13
Benona Mitchell 11
Delieve Mitchell 7 
MITCHELL, Miriam (I759)
 
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1850 Census - Pleasant Twp, Hancock Co, Ohio

Name Age
Robert Mitchell 46
Miraeon Mitchell 40
Isaac Mitchell 20
Mary Jane Mitchell 19
Sarah Ann Mitchell 15
Allis Mitchell 14
Elisabeth Mitchell 12
Aaron Mitchell 10
Robert Mitchell 5
Miraem Mitchell 5
Rachel Mitchell 3
Benoni Mitchell 1
 
MITCHELL, Mary Jane (I754)
 
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1850 Census - Pleasant Twp, Hancock Co, Ohio

Name Age
Robert Mitchell 46
Miraeon Mitchell 40
Isaac Mitchell 20
Mary Jane Mitchell 19
Sarah Ann Mitchell 15
Allis Mitchell 14
Elisabeth Mitchell 12
Aaron Mitchell 10
Robert Mitchell 5
Miraem Mitchell 5
Rachel Mitchell 3
Benoni Mitchell 1
 
MITCHELL, Alice (I756)
 
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Friendship Tongue
Author: Peggy Bollenbaugh Date: 1 Mar 2004 3:33 AM GMT
Surnames: Tong, Tonge, Tongue, Hood, Austin, Denton, Dunn, Collins
Classification: Query
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Has anyone come across a Friendship Tongue? I would like to be able to tie up these loose ends.

Friendship Tongue, Sr. b. 15 Oct. 1628 Eng.; m. Ann Harrison; d. 1655 St. NIcholas Cr., MD

Friendship Tongue, JR. b. abt 1655 MD.; d. after 1685

William Tongue b. abt 1685; d. aft 1732

John Tongue b. abt 1732; m. Jean "Jane" Warren abt 1760 in Prince Georges Co., MD.

William Tong b. 1756 Piscataway Crk., Prince Georges Co., MD; m. Eleanor Ford, Elizabeth Thomas

I have quite a bit of info regarding William Tong b. 1756 to present. However, the info on his parentage is doubtful, I would be interested if anyone else has some of the same information.

Good Hunting,
Peggy

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Re: Friendship Tongue
Author: Katie Carico kawc@juno.com Date: 3 Oct 2004 5:58 AM GMT
Classification: Query
In Reply to: Friendship Tongue by: Peggy Bollenbaugh
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Interesting record on Friendship. what are your sources of his marriage??? My information on Friendship is scant, but he died young about 26. He was the son of Henry and Mary (Ravin) and was christened at St. Clements Danes in London in 1624, some siblings were also christened there. These records I found on the LDS website. Somewhere I have a fairly detailed paper written on him by Harry Wright Newman that I got from the Charles County Community College in the genealogy collection of the genealogical society.

I descend from Thomas Tongue Sr.(1746-1822) of Anne Arundel County, he was married to Elizabeth Roberts and they are burried at St. James Church in Tracy's Landing.

His son, Thomas Jr.(1774-1826) was married to Ann Harrison daughter of Benjamin Harrison. This is why I found your marriage for Friendship interesting. The Harrisons were a well know Quaker family that lived at Holly Hill in southern most AA County.

I have never proven lineage about Thomas Sr., but I believe his father was James and before that was Thomas. Noone has shown me anything concrete and what I have is full of mistakes and confusion. But most researching the line believe it started with Friendship.

Not sure that this helps, I've been more focused on the more recent generations and haven't spent a lot of time on this part of the line at all in years. And we did visit the London churches associated with the Tongues years ago. Henry and Mary were married in St. Bartholmew the Less in London in 1617. But with no records to prove the relation I've moved on to other lines. Maybe someday I will work on that one.

Katie

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Re: Friendship Tongue
Author: Anne McDonald alm@math.luc.edu Date: 6 Oct 2004 2:03 AM GMT
Classification: Query
In Reply to: Re: Friendship Tongue by: Katie Carico
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Most of my info on the early Tongue families comes from the two editions of the books by Herald Stout. He is fairly careful about stating what he thinks he knows, and what are his educated guesses. Friendship had a posthumous son Friendship, it seems. Friendship Jr. is given as "possibly the father of William." William is the "most likely father of John." William and all the rest are most likely the children of John (although I have also seen it suggested that the father's name is really a James, at present I think John is more likely, given tax records and so on).

Thanks so much for the reference to the IGI. The last time I tried it for Tongues, either the relevant registers had not yet been transcribed, or I just totally missed them somehow....

I have long felt that Friendship's line and the line of the first Thomas Tongue are closely connected, but have no proof. Stein's history of Calvert County names the Thomas who was transported in 1650 as a son of Friendship, but this seems unlikely to me. There is a Thomas Tongue who has a lot of children baptized in the same church as Henry's children back in London, I see in the IGI, who seems to be a bit older. But even so, there is a gap between the early Thomas Tongues and the ones in your line.

I agree with you that the Thomas who married Elizabeth Roberts was most likely the son of James, who was the son of another Thomas Tongue. The probate record is very hard to interpret---too many Thomases, at the very least. I more or less gave up on figuring out if or how I was cousins with descendants of Thomas & Elizabeth (my ancestor is Eleanor Tongue who married Daniel Rankin), although it does seem very likely to me still that all are connected somehow or other.

--Anne

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Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s
about Friendship Tongue
Name: Friendship Tongue
Year: 1649
Place: Maryland
Source Publication Code: 8510
Primary Immigrant: Tongue, Friendship
Annotation: Index from manuscript by Arthur Trader, Chief Clerk in the Maryland Land Commission, 1917. And see nos. 4507-4511, Land Notes.
Source Bibliography: SKORDAS, GUST, editor. The Early Settlers of Maryland: an Index to Names of Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1968. 525p. Repr. 1986.
Page: 467

Source Citation: Place: Maryland; Year: 1649; Page Number: 467.

Source Information:
Gale Research. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2009.
Original data: Filby, P. William, ed.. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s. Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research, 2009. 
TONGUE, Sr. Friendship Sr (I794)
 
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ancestry.com tong forum - ptbollen@mindspring.com
Friendship Tongue
Author: Peggy Bollenbaugh Date: 1 Mar 2004 3:33 AM GMT
Surnames: Tong, Tonge, Tongue, Hood, Austin, Denton, Dunn, Collins
Classification: Query
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Has anyone come across a Friendship Tongue? I would like to be able to tie up these loose ends.

Friendship Tongue, Sr. b. 15 Oct. 1628 Eng.; m. Ann Harrison; d. 1655 St. NIcholas Cr., MD

Friendship Tongue, JR. b. abt 1655 MD.; d. after 1685

William Tongue b. abt 1685; d. aft 1732

John Tongue b. abt 1732; m. Jean "Jane" Warren abt 1760 in Prince Georges Co., MD.

William Tong b. 1756 Piscataway Crk., Prince Georges Co., MD; m. Eleanor Ford, Elizabeth Thomas

I have quite a bit of info regarding William Tong b. 1756 to present. However, the info on his parentage is doubtful, I would be interested if anyone else has some of the same information.

Good Hunting,
Peggy 
TONGUE, Friendship Jr (I793)
 
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ancestry.com tong forum - ptbollen@mindspring.com
Friendship Tongue
Author: Peggy Bollenbaugh Date: 1 Mar 2004 3:33 AM GMT
Surnames: Tong, Tonge, Tongue, Hood, Austin, Denton, Dunn, Collins
Classification: Query
Post Reply | Mark Unread Report Abuse Print Message
Has anyone come across a Friendship Tongue? I would like to be able to tie up these loose ends.

Friendship Tongue, Sr. b. 15 Oct. 1628 Eng.; m. Ann Harrison; d. 1655 St. NIcholas Cr., MD

Friendship Tongue, JR. b. abt 1655 MD.; d. after 1685

William Tongue b. abt 1685; d. aft 1732

John Tongue b. abt 1732; m. Jean "Jane" Warren abt 1760 in Prince Georges Co., MD.

William Tong b. 1756 Piscataway Crk., Prince Georges Co., MD; m. Eleanor Ford, Elizabeth Thomas

I have quite a bit of info regarding William Tong b. 1756 to present. However, the info on his parentage is doubtful, I would be interested if anyone else has some of the same information.

Good Hunting,
Peggy 
TONGUE, William (I792)
 
65 1 boy and 1 girl MARTIN, Donald Marvin (I5146)
 
66 1 Child with first wife
3 girls and 1 boy with second wife
 
FORD, Harry (I5138)
 
67 10 children listed at
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/13975231/person/32128221
 
LONG, Reuben (I2851)
 
68 10 Dec 1704
Northumberland County, Record of Births
Presley Cockrell Son To Do was Bap'd Dec'r 10 1704 
COCKERILL, Presley (I3635)
 
69 13 children BEAVER, Christian (I2483)
 
70 14 children CAIN, Barbara (I2462)
 
71 15 children and some stories can be found at
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/13975231/person/32208059 
SPRINGER, Uriah (I2862)
 
72 1800 Census
Robert Wiggins
Name: Wiggins, Robert
Township: Duck Creek
County: Kent
State: Delaware
Year: 1800
Roll: M32_4
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Steve Williams - Genforum posting
wiggins forum - steve williams
#3004
30 Dec. 2003

Responding to your query re the parents of Robert Wiggins, father of
Stephen H. Wiggins, he was born (ca. 1780 by census records) in Kent
Co., Md. and we have this from Stephen Wiggins' black family notebook.

We do not know who his father was, but Robert was listed in the early
censuses as living in Kent Co., Del. or Md., near the Delaware state
line. Duck Creek Hundred. He moved into Penn. by mid 1800-1810, by about
1807.
In the Delaware, Kent Co. Willbook N-217 of Chas. Wiggins, a Robert
Wiggins is listed as an heir along with Sarah & Sam'l. Foreacres, Eliz.
and Benj. Holliday, Deborah Sparks, wife of Lambert. Notably, Charles in
his will, freed his slaves as did many Quakers before 1810. Whether
Charles was an uncle or what, we do not know.
As Robert was Quaker, he might appear in Quaker records in the
Annapolis, Md., Historical Soc., which keeps some Quaker records there,
the other site being Swarthmore College, where we find the children of
Robert and Hannah Wiggins being listed. But nothing on his ancestry.
There is also a Matthew Wiggins listed with Charles Wiggins in Delaware,
Kent Co. There is a Delaware connection.
As Robert was a Quaker he refused to fight in the War of 1812 and had
some kind of legal penalty listed against him.
Many of Robert's children moved West and we have lost track of all but
Stephen and Mercy Wiggins(Bureau Co., IL).
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Pam Eagleson
Genforum posting

Robert was born and raised in Maryland. Its probable that he was the
son of Charles Wiggins, formerly of New Castle CO DEL who purchased
property in Kent Co MD, straddling the Delaware border, from Daniel Thomas
Massey in the 1780s. This Charles Wiggins was married to Sarah Simkins and
died in Oct. 1798. His will was probated in Kent Co Del listing a Robert
Wiggins as an heir. My ROBERT WIGGINS moved to Lancaster Co PA in 1807
and located in Colerain Twsp. and then Martic Tswp. He married Hannah
Hambleton around 1809. He died 31 Oct 1842. He and Hannah had atleast
11 children:
Mercy Ann m. Joseph Cosner,
James, Stephen m. Elizabeth Bowman,
Rachel, David, Sarah,
Elizabeth m. Clark Kinsey,
Martha Ann, Hannah, Lydia, and Elias.

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Elias is one not listed by Paul Andrews.
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familysearch.org
Mary Wiggins - b 1819, York, PA as child of Robert.
Not listed by anyone else.

Rachel and Martha are not listed by familysearch.org

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Posted by: Paul Andrews Date: January 24, 2000 at 13:01:07
In Reply to: Re: Robert Wiggins - MD & PA by Corey Hamilton of 3071

Robert Wiggins (ca 1784-1842) married Hannah Hambleton (1781-1870) ca
1807. Hannah was the daughter of James Hambleton and Elizabeth Paxson.
Robert and Hannah had 10 children: Mercy Ann (1809), James (1811),
Stephen (1812-1895), Rachel (1813), David (1815), Sarah (1817),
Elizabeth (1818), Martha Ann (1820), Hannah (1821) and Lydia (1825).
They also raised Elias Hambleton (1801-1872).
Could find no connection to your Wiggins/Hambleton marriage. Mahala is
not listed in book on descendants of James Hambleton.

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David Eyre - rootsweb -
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=davideyre&id=I20016&op=GET

History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, with Biographical Sketches of Many of its Pioneer s and Prominent Men Chapter LXXII. Providence Township<1<[1 By A. H. Helm, M.D.] Biographical Sketches Robert Wiggins was born in Kent County, Md., wherehe grew to manhood. In 1807 he immigrate d to Lancaster County, Pa., and located in Colerain township. He married Hannah, daughter o f James and Elizabeth Hambleton. Their children were Mercy Ann, born Dec. 19, 1809; James, bo rn Feb. 2, 1811;Stephen, born July 19, 1812; Rachel, born Nov. 11, 1813; David, born March 3 , 1815; Sarah, born Feb. 4, 1817; Eliza, born Aug. 27, 1818; Martha Ann, born Jan. 7, 1820; H annah, born June 30, 1821; and Lydia, born Sept. 25, 1825. James Hambletoncame from Bucks Co unty, Pa., and settled in Drumore township, Lancaster Co. They were Quakers, and of Scotch or igin. He died Jan. 27, 1833, his wife March 4, 1832. Robert Wiggins died Oct. 31, 1842; Mrs . Wiggins died Sept. 8, 1870. StephenWiggins, the subject of our sketch, was born in Colerain, above named, July 19, 1812 , and grew to man's estate therein. His education was obtained at the old log school-house a t Chestnut Level, and since added to by close observation and anactive business life. When t wenty-two years of age he commenced life on his own account, first learning the turning trade . He worked at his trade one year only. In 1834 he settled on thirty acres of land in Provide nce township, which had beengiven to his wife by her grandfather. He added forty acres to th e tract, all of which he has cleared and improved. He first built a log house near where hi s present comfortable residence stands, which he has since erected, and in which heexpects t o pass the remainder of his days. Mr. Wiggins in early life was a Whig. When the Republican p arty was formed he joined its ranks, and has since been a sturdy supporter of its principles . He has been a school director for many years,also a justice of the peace, and, in fact, ha s held most of the offices within the gift of his fellow-townsmen. In the county convention s of his party he has many times represented his township. On the 1st of May, 1833, he was ma rried to hispresent estimable wife, who was Miss Elizabeth Bowman, born in Providence townsh ip, June 20, 1813. Her parents were John and Elizabeth (Winters) Bowman. Mr. Bowman was bor n in Lampeter township, in Lancaster County, May 5, 1791, and at thiswriting is still living , hale and hearty. His father was Henry Bowman, whose father's name was also Henry, and born , it is thought, in Lancaster County. Mrs. Elizabeth Bowman died in 1868. To Mr. and Mrs. Ste phen Wiggins there have been bornthirteen children, viz.: Samuel, born April 11, 1835; David , born June 1, 1836; Benjamin, born April 3, 1838; John, born July 8, 1839; Hetty, born Dec . 9, 1841; Hannah, born April 4, 1843; Clayton, born May 31, 1845; Mary Ann, born Aug. 25, 1846; Ellen, born March 6, 1848; Angeline, born July 4, 1850; Elias, born March 18, 1852; Marth a, born Nov. 2, 1853; and Harry, born Sept. 16, 1855. The sons of Mr. Wiggins, made enthusias tic by the patriotic zeal of their father, did their fullshare towards putting down the Rebe llion of 1861. John enlisted in the One Hundred and Twenty-second Pennsylvania Infantry, an d served during the war; Benjamin and Clayton both served nine months in Pennsylvania regimen ts, Samuel seven months,and David put in a substitute.
 
WIGGINS, Robert (I587)
 
73 1806 - Tax list, Adams Co, Ohio TONG(UE), Thomas (I1648)
 
74 1850 Census states that Father comes from Ireland, Mother: comes from Maryland.

Died at 87yr, 9m, 11d
Last name - have seen several different spellings of last name.
 
EARLY, Lavina (I461)
 
75 1850 Census states that:
Father: comes from Ireland
Mother: comes from Maryland
Based on other information I have received, this seems doubtful.

Died at 81yr, 11m, 3d.

Steve Crouch -
b. Bet. 1804 - 1809, West Union, Adams Co., OH 
HAMILTON, Henry (I460)
 
76 1850 CENSUS: "Isabel," 88, born in Va., is living with her daughter Mahala Young and her family. Mahala has a son named Patterson, after his maternal grandmother. HANNAH, Isabelle (I4947)
 
77 1853 - moved to Clinton Co., Iowa with parents. TONG, Ann (I853)
 
78 1853 - moved with parents to Low Moor, Clinton Co., Iowa TONG, William Melcher (I852)
 
79 1860 Census
Home in 1860: Amanda, Hancock, Ohio
Post Office: Vanlue
Value of real estate: View image
Household Members: Name Age
John Beck 42
Angeline Beck 24
Sarah A Beck 20 (listed as servant)
Juda Beck 19
Emily Beck 17 (listed as servant)
Delilah Beck 16
Cathrine Beck 15
Elizabeth Beck 14
Savilla Beck 13
Rosilla Beck 13
James Beck 8
Sanford Beck 6
Margaret Beck 2
Augusta Beck 3/12
John Fenstermaker 19 (listed as Farm Laborer 
BECK, John (I3095)
 
80 1860 census
Name: Aug Aukamp
Age in 1860: 36
Birthplace: Germany
Home in 1860: Lancaster, South East Ward, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Gender: Male
Value of real estate: View image
Post Office: Lancaster
Roll: M653_1126
Page: 1020
Year: 1860
Head of Household: Aug Aukamp
Household
listed as Carpenter

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1880 census
Name: Augustus AUKAMP
Age: 56
Estimated birth year: <1824>
Birthplace: Pennsylvania
Occupation: Carpenter
Relation: Self
Home in 1880: Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Marital status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Male
Head of household: Augustus AUKAMP
Father's birthplace: PA
Mother's birthplace: PA
Cannot read/write: View Image
Blind: View Image
Deaf and dumb: View Image
Otherwise disabled: View Image
Idiotic or insane: View Image
Image Source: Year: 1880; Census Place: Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Roll: T9_1142; Family History Film: 1255142; Page: 25A; Enumeration District: 147; Image: 0220.
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1900 Census
Name: Augustus Aukamp
Home in 1900: Lancaster Ward 2, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Age: 75
Estimated birth year: 1825
Birthplace: Germany
Race: White
Relationship to head-of-house: Head
Occupation: View Image
Immigration year: 1834
Image source: Year: 1900; Census Place: Lancaster Ward 2, Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Roll: T623 1423; Page: 17B; Enumeration District: 46.
Janitor, schools

Both mother and father born in Ger.

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Burial:
Woodward Hill Cemetery
Lancaster
Lancaster County
Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Section K, 30 
AUKAMP, Henry Augusta (I775)
 
81 1860 Census - birth 1851?
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David Eyre - rootsweb WorldConnect

Hetty, born Dec . 9, 1841;
 
WIGGINS, Ester Harriet (I622)
 
82 1860 Census - Freedom, Portage, Oh with parents

1878 - moved in with Albert Tong - Mansfield, Oh

Divorce from George Imhoff in 1885 - Newark, Licking, Oh.
George was given custody of their children on file in Newark, Ohio

Ellen does not appear in any public record until her marriage to George Imhoff in 1872. Apparently it was not a happy union as she left him when their children were very small for Albert Tong.

Ellen & Albert lived in Newark, OH briefly and then moved to Mansfield, OH. They left there and moved to Cleveland, OH.

Ellen is buried in an unmarked grave in Cleveland, underneath her daughter-in-law Freda Dowalter (Mrs. Charles) Tong. Ellen was 34 when she died of an inflammation of the liver & stomach. 
HALL, Ellen Ella (I1138)
 
83 1870 Census - West Union, Manchester Township, Adams Co, Ohio

Name Age
William L Day 30
Mary J Day 29
Edgar J Day 5
Minnie Day 3
Carrie M Day 1 
DAY, Edgar Johnson (I505)
 
84 1870 Census - West Union, Manchester Township, Adams Co, Ohio

Name Age
William L Day 30
Mary J Day 29
Edgar J Day 5
Minnie Day 3
Carrie M Day 1 
DAY, Minnie (I4230)
 
85 1870 U.S. Census
Eagle Township
Brown County, Ohio
Age: 57
Place of Birth: France
Occupation: Farmer
(Last name spelled Everard in the census record)

Family links:
Parents:
Jean Georges Euvrard (1785 - 1864)
Elizabeth Mignerey Euvrard (1789 - 1876)

Spouse:
Drusilla Kay Euverard (1811 - 1898)

Children:
Catherine Euverard Dunn (1839 - ____)*
John P Euverard (1844 - 1865)*
David S Euverard (1846 - 1928)*
Caroline Ophelia Euverard McVey (1849 - 1928)*
Zacheus Euverard (1851 - 1937)* 
EUVERARD, John (I5050)
 
86 1880 Census
Carpenter
Living with dad - Augusta
 
AUKAMP, Henry Augustus (I778)
 
87 1880 Census
Mother and Father born in Pennsylvania
No children listed
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1850 Census
Listed just before William and Catherine Stage
Lyme, Huron, Ohio

John - 26 Farmer (1824)
Arseneth - 23 (1827)
Lydia A - 3 (1847)
William - 1 (1849)

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http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mwenrick&id=I9900

Name: Possible family of John Stage:
Name:
Name: Name: Cornelius Stage
Name: Given Name: Cornelius
Name: Surname: Stage
Name: Sex: M
Name: Birth: ABT 1760
Name: Death: 1836 in Seneca Co,Oh
Name:
Name: Father: Cornelis Stagg b: BEF 2 APR 1738 in Socomic,N.J.
Name: Mother: Margrietje Banta b: BEF 18 OCT 1741
Name:
Name: Marriage 1 Gehanna (Hannah) (?)
Name: Children
Name: Jacob Stage b: 1794 in New York
Name: Susan Jane Conklin Stage b: 1 JAN 1799
Name: Easter Stage
Name: Eliza Stage
Name: Elizabeth Stage b: 1827
Name: Luther D. (Luke) Stage
Name: John Stage b: 1800 in Passaic,Nj
Name: Cornelius Stage
Name:
Name: Also:
Name: Sarah A Stage (widow John H) 158 Jefferson avenue Columbus OH 1891, 1892
Name:
Name: On the 1850 Sandusky OH census
Name: John H. Stage age 27 Farmer
Name: (can't read) possibly Melvina age 23
Name: Henry Clay age 2

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Possibly more children than those listed

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Find a grave
John was a farmer. He was related to William and Catherine Stage who were both born around 1788 in Pennsylvania. William was located in Luzerne County in 1830 and 1840. He made application for bounty land as he served in the 45th Pennsylvania Militia in the War of 1812. John was probably born in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. He married Arseneth Patrick. The family first lived in Lyme, Huron County, when coming to Ohio as did William and Catherine.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=stage&GSiman=1&GScid=729108&GRid=57895695&
 
STAGE, John (I632)
 
88 1880 Census - Henderson, Lewis Co, Kentucky

Name Age
William L. Day 40
Leay Day 22
Daisy Day 1

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1900 Census - Concord, Lewis Co, Kentucky

Name Age
William L Day 60
Victoria P Day 53
Daisy P Day 21
 
DAY, Daisy (I4231)
 
89 1880 Census - Lewis, Brown, Ohio

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birth Mother's Birth
J. W. BOLANDER Self M Male W 53 OH Farmer PA MD
Sophia Bolander Wife M Female W 49 OH Keeping House IRELAND PA
Laura BOLANDER Dau S Female W 25 OH OH OH
Jennie BOLANDER Dau S Female W 23 OH OH OH
Lizzie BOLANDER Dau S Female W 19 OH OH OH
Anna BOLANDER Dau S Female W 17 OH OH OH
John BOLANDER Son S Male W 15 OH Works On Farm OH OH
Emma BOLANDER Dau S Female W 11 OH OH OH
Chas. L. BOLANDER Son S Male W 8 OH OH OH
A. BREYERSDOERFER Other S Male W 18 OH Works On Farm GERMANY GERMANY 
BOLANDER, J W (I320)
 
90 1880 Census - Listed with father
at school 
AUKAMP, Elizabeth (I783)
 
91 1900 - moved to CA - living in Kings, Mariposa, Butler, and Alameda Co.
Took nurses training in San Francisco.
Lived 33 years in Oakland
1946 - moved to Sky Ranch, Lower Lake, Ca
Hobbies: china and genealogy 
JOY, Lulu Evangeline (I1588)
 
92 1900 Census - possibly same person??
John Aukamp boarding with Steele,
Lancaster Ward 6, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
born Jan, 1820 in Germany
both parents born in Germany
immigrated to US in 1834 (same year as Augusta)
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1860 Census
Name: J A Aukamp
Age in 1860: 40
Birthplace: Germany
Home in 1860: Lancaster, South East Ward, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Gender: Male
Value of real estate: View image
Post Office: Lancaster
Roll: M653_1126
Page: 1020
Year: 1860
Head of Household: F A Aukamp
Household
Listed as Confectioner

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Listed along side Aug Aukamp - possible brother

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AUKAMP, Lancaster County, PA
Posted by: Deb Oesch Date: March 11, 2002 at 11:50:00
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My husband is a descendant of John Louis/Lewis Aukamp (1820- 1904) and Maria Louisa East (1821-1889). My research in Lancaster County, PA has shown:

.John Lewis Aukamp petitioned for naturalization in 1852. He stated that he came into the U.S. in the year 1834, at the age of 14 years, and was a native of Prussia (Germany).

.Henry Augustus Aukamp, also from Prussia, petitioned for naturalization in 1848, however, John Lewis was the older of the two.

.They are quite possibly brothers. I have not found the names of their parents.

.John Lewis was a confectioner (candy maker) in Lancaster, PA (and probably also lived in Reading, PA, where some of his 14 children were born). Sometime after the Civil War, he owned a 30 acre farm in Providence Township, Lancaster County.

.Henry Augustus was a house carpenter, lived in Lancaster, PA, and was married to Elizabeth (who might be a sister of Maria Louisa East). They had at least 7 children.

.It gets confusing from here, because several children of these two couples had the same names and were close in age. Both Aukamp couples had a Daniel, an Elizabeth, a Mary L., a George, and a Henry/Harry Augustus.

.My husband's Aukamp line descends through "Lewis" and "Louisa"'s 11th child, Anna M. Aukamp (1862-1949), who married George H. Smith; but, he is also related through their 13th child, George McClellan Aukamp (1864-1967), who married Anna Catharine Smith, George H. Smith's sister.

I hope this will help those of you looking for Aukamp ancestors.

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John was bapt'd. "Johan Ludvig" in Dielingen Evang. Luth. Church, Westphalia, by his mother, Henrietta Aukamp, nee'?, b. ca. 1795, Holland, and died in the 1870's in Lancaster City, PA, bu.? (prob. in Lancaster), and Unk. Aukamp. 
AUKAMP, John Lewis (I609)
 
93 1900 Census - Washington Twp, Brown Co, Oh KIRK, Joseph (I2342)
 
94 1910 - moved to Charleston, Ill
Husband - sales manager
Later moved to Decatur, Ill
Died there
Buried with husband in Zion Bloom Cem, South of Vanlue, Oh 
TONG, Jeanetta (I1201)
 
95 1910 census for Cleo Montgomery states that father (John) born in PA.
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Steve Wiggins
cause of death was throat cancer from glass blowing.

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1900 Census
Living at Arcadia Village, Jackson, Hamilton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Jackson, Hamilton, Indiana; Roll T623_375; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 84. 
MONTGOMERY, John Maurice (I318)
 
96 1911 - moved to Richmond, Ca
Divorced Allan William Bradley in 1909
Divorced Van Ransalaer Pickett in 1916 
MILLIKEN, Mildred Stella (I1509)
 
97 1911 - moved to Wallaceburg, Ontario, Canada
1921 - moved to Carey, Oh
1930 - moved to Tiffin, Oh 
TONG, Albert M (I1737)
 
98 1915 - was in Arcadia, Mo
1937 - moved to Ironton, Mo 
TONG, Joseph Leo (I1416)
 
99 1919 moved to Denton, Tx TONG, Mary Jo (I1390)
 
100 1921 - Moved to Carey, Oh
1930 - moved to Tiffin, Oh
died in motor accident in Tiffin.
Employed as a mechanic and a member of the EUB Church
Buried in the Fairmount cemetery 
TONG, Wilbert George (I1725)
 

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