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Janeane Sindlinger (#46866584)
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plainjane
patience webster
patience webster married job gardner beardsley not william beardslee.

JOB G. BEARDSLEY

Job G. Beardsley, a farmer, was born in Rensselaer County, N. Y., September 16, 1810. He is a son of William and Eunice (Gardner) Beardsley, natives of Connecticut. His father was a shoe-maker by trade, but spent most of his life farming. He came to Ohio in 1814, and settled in Licking County, removing from there to Knox County. He died at the age of eighty-two years; his wife lived to reach ninety years of age. Our subject remained with his parents in Knox County until eighteen years of age, when he began learning the black smith's trade, at which he worked ten years in Licking County. In 1843, he began farming, and has since followed that honorable avocation, until recently, when he retired from active life. In 1852, he came to Claibourne Township, and now owns a farm of 106 acres in this township. He was married in Knox County, in 1834, to Patience Webster, a native of New York, by whom he had ten children, of whom six reached their majority and two now survive, viz: Mary, wife of Isaac Cowgill, and James W. Mrs. Beardsley died August 25, 1870, and in 1871 Mr. Beardsley married Nancy (Bell) Sifritt, widow of Andrew Sifritt, who at the time of their marriage had two children, Lorenzo and Margaret. Mrs. and Mrs. Beardsley are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He is a prominent Republican in politics. He had one son, William Webster, who enlisted in 1862, in the Second Ohio Infantry, and had his right leg shot off at the second battle of Bull Run, which resulted in his death two years later.
Added by plainjane on Aug 23, 2015 10:16 AM
Kenneth Primeaux
Eusebe Primeaux
Thank you for the connection for Eusebe Primeaux's parents. I've been looking for his father, (my 2g grandfather, Aurelien Primeaux) on findagrave for sometime hoping that somebody would find where he is buried. Thanks again, and I hope we cross paths again. Kenneth
Added by Kenneth Primeaux on Jun 26, 2015 3:40 PM
WorsethanTerse
George Westphal
Hi there

Did you want this particular memorial or any of the family I might manage? They are no relation to me.
Just let me know

:)
Blue
Added by WorsethanTerse on Mar 29, 2015 9:26 AM
Bobby
RE: grave photo
always glad to help
Added by Bobby on Nov 16, 2014 7:50 AM
Sherlock
memorial 40707571
Thank for for the memorial for Margaret Skaer Robinson. She was the second wife of Alexander Robinson. Alexander's brother Hiram Robinson was my second great grandfather. I have researched this Robinson family for many years. It was helpful to find this memorial that you made for Margaret. Do you have any idea if she has a grave marker that can be photographed and why she was buried in a different cemetery than her husband?
Added by Sherlock on Sep 02, 2014 1:44 PM
Kelly Proctor
Cassiday
Janeane, I am the granddaughter of Viril Cassiday who was married to Amanda. Virgil's father was Mavord Cassiday who was married to Nellie Varner. Mavord was the son of George Cassiday and Sarah Ann Snyder. I was hopeful that I could get a copy of the photos you have for George and Sarah Cassiday. You can email a copy to me at proctor48640@hotmail.com.
I just started researching the Cassiday side of my family. Thank you for all the information.
Added by Kelly Proctor on Jul 18, 2014 2:18 PM
Anonymous
Anna Margreth Hinkle
I was wondering where the additional name 'Witthaus' came from. Is it on the gravestone? That is presumably a maiden name but there are others saying her maiden name was 'Graff". My grandmother was a Hinkle in Kentucky, through Anna Margreth's son Peter.
Thank you.
pat hamilton
Added by Anonymous on Feb 02, 2014 5:40 AM
Kimby P.
Elizabeth Redding- Fairview- Oswego County
Elizabeth Redding- Fairview
I visited the Williamstown Historical Society today and Elizabeth Redding is indeed buried in Sect. 1 of the cemetery, unfortunately I had no luck finding her stone yet. Many are hardly readable. So I will try again another day- until then this is info I gathered from the historical society:
Redding, Wright died 04/16/1844 age 90 yrs.
Redding, Elizabeth his wife died 08/29/1845 age 73 yrs.
If you'd like to contact the historical society to see if they have any other info- you may contact: Town Historian- Glenna Gorski-glgorski@frontiernet.net or Society President, Roberta Cleveland-grams4242@yahoo.com
Added by Kimby P. on Oct 09, 2013 8:13 AM
diane oliver
Marriage of Margaret & Jacob
Birth: Sep. 11, 1781
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Jul. 23, 1861
Claiborne
Union County
Ohio, USA

Husband of Margaret Hinkle, which he married in 1813 in Pa.Father of 11 children. He and his family came to Columbiana Co., Ohio Abt. 1824 from Pennsylvania, Richland Holmes Co., and then to Union Co., Ohio in 1855. He and his family lived in Richland, Holmes Co., Ohio in 1850 Census.

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Children:
Susan Ann Snyder Jolliff (1822 - 1900)*
Martin Luther Snyder (1836 - 1916)*

*Calculated relationship
Birth: Sep. 11, 1781
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Jul. 23, 1861
Claiborne
Union County
Ohio, USA

Husband of Margaret Hinkle, which he married in 1813 in Pa.Father of 11 children. He and his family came to Columbiana Co., Ohio Abt. 1824 from Pennsylvania, Richland Holmes Co., and then to Union Co., Ohio in 1855. He and his family lived in Richland, Holmes Co., Ohio in 1850 Census.

Family links:
Children:
Susan Ann Snyder Jolliff (1822 - 1900)*
Martin Luther Snyder (1836 - 1916)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Claibourne Cemetery
Richwood
Union County
Ohio, USA

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Created by: Janeane Sindlinger
Record added: Sep 17, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21603764

Would like to know your source for marriage information! Thank you! Diane

Added by diane oliver on Oct 04, 2013 8:42 AM
Kimby P.
RE: Wright Reading
You're very welcome, actually I went back today after photographing at another Williamstown Cemetery to try once again to find Elizabeth's Headstone with no luck- I just ran out of time and daylight. The cemetery is closed after Dec. 1st until spring but if I happen to be up that way again sometime and the stones are visible through the snow, I'll search again if not, I've made note of her name for looking up in the spring. Enjoy the holidays!
Added by Kimby P. on Dec 03, 2012 6:49 PM
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