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Angel Jacobsen (#46608920)
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Bio Photo I've been addicted to genealogy for over 25 yrs now. I've been researching my family (JACOBSEN, NELSON, CHRISTENSEN, CROSS, TURLEY, OSTHEIMER, MENDENHALL, DUNCAN/DUNKIN, KILLIAN) in IL, IN, MI, OH and other states. ASSISTANCE is ALWAYS welcome & appreciated!
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Carol Jones
Cynthia Ann Marsh
I think I found her family. They are the only family by the name of Marsh in the 1850 census in Tippecanoe County.

David-47-farmer-b in VA
Sarah-24-b in OH
George-30-b in PA
Jesse-1-IN
Ann -1-IN
Naomi-63-TN

I believe Naomi may be David's mother, George is his son, Sarah his daughter-in-law, and Jesse and Ann would be his grandchildren. Although Cynthia was born in 1852 according to my records; this could very well be her family. You know how accurate census records are!

The family was gone in 1860 and I could not find them anywhere else after that, but I found Ann in Tippecanoe County with the family of Michael Gunckel and in 1860 and 1870 with the family of John Gushwa. These families are both from Perry Township; the same area the Killian's were living in back then.
Added by Carol Jones on Nov 19, 2014 12:16 PM
Carol Jones
Cynthia Ann Marsh
Added by Carol Jones on Nov 19, 2014 12:05 PM
Carol Jones
Applonia (Killian) Spitznagle
Angel, you may want to put a note on this link to indicate that Applonia (Killian) Spitznagle is probably the daughter of Simon and Margaretha Gärtner and not the daughter of Simon and Applonia. It may confuse other researchers who may may not know that Applonia (Killian) Englert was Simon and Applonia's daughter. Just a thought.
Added by Carol Jones on Sep 23, 2013 11:48 AM
Amy H.
RE: Barbara Killian (Tippecanoe Co., IN)
I've spent the last several months updating the cemetery records using the old ledger that was started in the 1860s. This past week I've been in the cemetery going lot-by-lot with the numbered map and recording all of the tombstones. It's true that Simon Killian owned lot 161 and he and his wife Apolonia are definitely buried there. However, I found Phillip and Barbara's stone in a different part of the cemetery, which is marked on the map as single graves (it's not all singles). If you're familiar with the cemetery, you can tell from the pictures that it's a different area. I've found several cases like this.
Added by Amy H. on Apr 19, 2013 5:17 PM
 

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