|Birth: ||Jul. 24, 1803, Germany|
|Death: ||Dec. 2, 1884|
There were two immigrant brothers, Jacob and Frederick, who came separately in the 1840s to Watertown/Union Township, Washington County and then moved to Harmar (now part of Marietta). Jacob was a master saddler, Frederick a farmer and brickyard owner.
The family spelling originally was Abendshon with an umlaut that doesn't show in typed versions. That then evolved to Abendschoen (Ab-en-Shane) to indicate in type the sound that the umlaut indicated. Second-generation descendants of Jacob changed their name to Ebinger while the descendants of Frederick retained Abendschoen. There also were varieties of spellings, including Ebinshane (possibly where Ebinger came from).
Frederick and Magdalena are buried near this Scott plot toward the Fort Harmar Drive hill part of this cemetery.
Frederick's brother Jacob is buried in Mound Cemetery, where a single black stone shows three generations at once and links the name changes.
This couple's daughter Johanna Abendschoen Strecker is buried in Oak Grove in Marietta. Their son Henry, who died as a young father, is buried about 12 miles out Ohio 676 toward Watertown.
Findagrave contributor # 47001337 found this additional record:
Christening record online at familysearch.org
Name: Friedrich Abendschön
Christening Date: 25 Jul 1803
Christening Place: Schwaigern, Württemberg, Germany
Birth Date: 24 Jul 1803
Father's Name: Heinrich Abendschön
Mother's Name: Rosina Sehnerin
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C91736-1
System Origin: Germany-EASy
GS Film number: 1184789
Reference ID: Bk4 L-8
She also found baptismal records showing that Frederick and Magdalena had five children who died as infants in Germany: Frederichs 1 and 2, Johann, Christine and Rosina. The couple immigrated to Washington County with their surviving children Henry (who married Fredericka Kyress) and Johanna (who married George Strecker).
Magdalena Boger Abendshon (1805 - 1871)*
Henry Abendschon (1832 - 1859)*
Johanna Abendschoen Strecker (1836 - 1901)*
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Originally Created by: Chris Painter
Record added: Jun 05, 2005
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