Seeking marriage information for David DAVIS, born abt. 1805 Ohio, USA. Married Elizabeth SOUTHARD (SOUTHLAND) born abt. 1809 Ohio, USA. Found in the 1830 census for Paint, Highland, Ohio, USA. Relocated to Fall Creek, Henry, Indiana, USA by 1837. Their children are Mary Ann b. 1837, Isaac b. 1840, Maria b. 1842, Eliza b. 1844, Maranda b. 1846, and George W. b. 1847. All children were born in Indiana, USA.
I am the gggranddaughter of Phoebe Alice McNair who is the daughter of Wheeler McNair and Susan Cynthia Ann Shepard. I am looking for information on who the parents of Wheeler McNair might be. I have his birth as Jan 1839 which comes from the 1900 US Census and his death as before/in 1916 in Toledo, Ohio because he does not show up in the city directory in 1916 and 1917 with Cynthia. However it is possible that he died in 1916 because we don't know the month the census was taken.
Anyway, he is listed in 1850 censusliving with Dianah Stone. He is 11 she is 57. In 1860 he is married to Cynthia for one year and living with a Diana Gibson and her husband and a boy, 9, named Benjamin.
I am looking for marriage information for John SHEETS and Eliza OHATS.
John was born in 1831 in Wood County, Virginia. Wood County became a part of West Virginia when it was granted statehood in 1863. Eliza was born in 1836 in Virginia, presumably West Virginia also. I have no source for the OHATS surname.
They were married about 1854. Our records show Ohio, though there is no source for this. They appear to have children born in both Ohio and (West) Virginia. The 1860 Census shows them living in Wood County, Virginia.
I'm looking for ancestors to David Fisher of Tuscarawas County, OH.
David lived and raised a family of 9 in Tuscarawas County, OH from the 1860's till his death in the early 1900's. He was a Civil War veteran, having enlisted in Indiana.
I have never found any connections between Ohio and Indiana for him, and his past prior to his enlistment in 1861 remains a mystery. His wife went by a number of names; Johnson, Oesch/Eash and Speiger/Speicher. Most matches I seem to stumble upon tend to center on the "Eash" name of his wife which does me no good. The Eash's seemed to have been prolific, the Fishers not so much so!
If anyone is researching Fishers as I've described I'd very much like to share information.
Hello! I'm from Gniezno in Poland. My grandmother, Alicja Dyczek, (nee Mikołajczak, born in 1930), often narrates stories about my great-great-grandfather, her grandfather from her mother's side, I mean Pelagia Mikołajczak (nee Wojtkowiak, born in 1903). And this great-great-grandfather sailed to the USA for job and money, leaving his wife and little daughter Pelagia, and later he send them tickets for ship, so they can arrive to him. But they were scared so Pelagia's mother, my great-great-grandmother, sold this tickets and there was no contact with her husband Wojtkowiak anymore. I just know that Wojtkowiak wrote letters to his family, cousins from Witkowo (small city near Gniezno) for short time. We know that he probably settled-down in the USA and he had new family there. He sailed to the USA between 1903 and maybe 1910 I think, because Pelagia was little girl when he left them. While Pelagia was still alive (she died in 1981) she talked to my mother and rest of family and she told that Wojtkowiak, her father, sailed to the Toledo city in Ohio state. She even has known all adress (!) but today nobody remember this. I am curious is there, in the USA, any our family.
Witam! Jestem z Gniezna w Polsce. Moja babcia, Alicja Dyczek (zd. Mikołajczak, ur. 1930 r.) opowiada mi często o tym, jak mój pra pra dziadek, tzn. jej dziadek od strony jej mamy, Pelagii Mikołajczak (zd. Wojtkowiak, ur. 1903 r.), wypłynął do USA "za chlebem". Zostawił córkę (wspomnianą wyżej Pelagię) oraz żonę, czyli moją pra pra babcię, a później wysłał im bilety na prom, by do niego przypłynęły. Wiem, że one nie popłynęły, bo się bały, więc sprzedały bilety i kontakt jakoś się urwał. Wiadomo jest, że pra pra dziadek Wojtkowiak miał jednak kontakt z jakąś naszą rodziną z Witkowa, jakimiś kuzynami, pisał do nich listy przez jakiś czas, z których wynika, że założył nową rodzinę w USA. Prawdopodobnie Wojtkowiak wypłynął do USA między 1903 a 1910 czy jakoś tak, bo Pelagia, była wtedy bardzo mała. Co więcej - kiedy Pelagia jeszcze żyła (zmarła w 1981 roku), to opowiadała mojej mamie, czyli swojej wnuczce, że jej ojciec, wspomniany Wojtkowiak, płynął tym statkiem do miasta Toledo w stanie Ohio nad jeziorem Michigan. Podobno znała ona nawet cały adres (!), ale niestety dziś go nikt już nie pamięta. Jestem ciekaw, czy uda mi się dojść do tego, czy mamy tam jakąś rodzinę.
im finding somebody who knows Anezka Jelinkova (birth name Zachova, born in Czech, Bohemia), she lived in Cleveland, 4333 Martin str., Ohio. Its aunt of my mother and i want to know if she had some child etc. She had 2 sisters and 3 brothers, one of them is my grandpa.