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Don King
King Family History
I am a descendant of Timothy King, younger brother of Jeremiah, John, Philip, and Lawrence King, all of whom were born in Ireland and immigrated to America at various times and settled in Sandusky and Seneca Counties in Ohio. I am seeking information on the parents of these brothers, whose names I believe to be Timothy and Bridget King.

Added by Don King on Dec 01, 2016 10:37 AM

Valerie Stark Newsome
Dolweck Family
Hello, I was wondering if you are a relative through the Dolwecks? My second great grandmother is Rosina Dolweck Bauer.

Added by Valerie Stark Newsome on Sep 26, 2016 10:43 PM

Flutterby
Barbara Staub Lehmann 37327980
Hello,

Would by please add the following to the memorial for Barbara Staub Lehmann #37327980?:

Barbara was born at sea as her parents emigrated from Bavaria.

Source: Information assembled by descendants of Simon and Katherine Goodman and arranged by Oby Bonawit, 1966.

Thanks for your work and consideration.

Best wishes.

Added by Flutterby on Mar 13, 2015 10:26 AM

SeekingFamily
Howard Dull
Are you related to Howard? I am distantly related and would love to get more info or pictures.

Tammy Jones

Added by SeekingFamily on Mar 25, 2014 2:55 PM

Red
RE: Lucille Hoffman
Thank you for making the additions, Lucille was born in Sandusky county but I do not know the town. Red

Added by Red on Sep 07, 2013 10:26 AM

lnigh
Elizabeth Young King
Can you connect Lizzie to her parents?

Elizabeth King #37907804

mother: Elizabeth #37670086
father: Nicholis #37670044

Thank You!

Added by lnigh on Aug 21, 2013 7:14 PM

lnigh
Helen and Lewis Theis
Thank you for the transfer of my grandparents. I will take great care of them.

Added by lnigh on Aug 16, 2013 1:03 AM

Cory Cooper
Elizabeth Meibers-Uhl
Would you mind linking their son Thomas Vincent Uhl to them?? His Memorial# is 99889471

Added by Cory Cooper on Oct 30, 2012 1:36 PM

Barnard/OConnor/Wolford
Goldie Florian
Good day to you. I went to the site you listed at Calvary Cemetery. Are you certain that is the correct site? There are 2 Florians buried there - Jane C. and her husband. This plot is beside Jane's family's plot. I took a photo of the area of those graves and if you are sure it is also Goldie's gravesite, I will upload the photo as an unmarked plot. Just let me know. Thanks, Pamela

Added by Barnard/OConnor/Wolford on Oct 24, 2012 6:28 AM

Barnard/OConnor/Wolford
Kenneth Lehmann
I couldn't find Ken's grave within section 32 so I obtained a map from the office to pinpoint range 17. His grave appears to be unmarked. Sorry!

Added by Barnard/OConnor/Wolford on Oct 20, 2012 11:54 AM

Barnard/OConnor/Wolford
Joe Sullivan
I walked what I thought was the correct area of his grave but did not find a marker. Then I obtained a map from the office. His grave is unmarked. Sorry!

Added by Barnard/OConnor/Wolford on Oct 19, 2012 5:17 PM

Robbie Dreeson
RE: Thorburn Relations
Hello, yes my husband is a Dreeson and I have been researching the Dreeson, Thorborn line over the years. I have Mary Jeanette as daughter of Samuel Thorborn and Mary Kyle. Mary married August Dreeson. You can email me at ddreeson@rochester.rr.com. I'm leaving on vacation tomorrow and will have limited access to emails but will definitely be back online after 10/22.

Added by Robbie Dreeson on Oct 11, 2012 7:11 PM

Barnard/OConnor/Wolford
Francis Grubb
No grave marker at Section 43, Lot 283

Added by Barnard/OConnor/Wolford on Oct 06, 2012 6:19 PM

Barnard/OConnor/Wolford
Joseph Doyon
I obtained a map of Section 23 and went to lot 201 on two different trips to get a photo. There is no grave marker for Joseph.

Added by Barnard/OConnor/Wolford on Oct 06, 2012 3:41 PM

helen lehman
Barbara (Staub) Lehmann
Barbara was named by the ship captain as she was the first child to ever be
born on his ship. They were near the shore of the United States, however they were still at sea. They were coming to America where their ship embarked from the Alsace-Lorraine area of France. Their origin was: Gro▀ostheim, Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, Germany.
***The name of the ship of which Barbara was born was the "Mary Ann and Emilee" which arrived in New York on 9 July 1833. (New York Passenger Lists taken from Ancestry.com)
The following is the Obituary of Barbara (Staub) Lehmann:
"Real Pioneer was late Mrs. Barbara Lehmann: Dies Saturday night with funeral Millersville Thursday: Fremont News Messenger.
"The funeral of Mrs. Barbara Lehmann, Pioneer of Scott township, Sandusky County, will be held at St. Mary's church in Millersville, Thursday at 10 o'clock night mass. Burial will be made in the Millersville Cemetery (*St. Mary's Cemetery). Father Schaefer will be assisted at the Funeral by Rev. G. H. Rieken of St. Joseph's this city as deacon and Rev. Ambrose Webber of St. Wendelin's Church, Fostoria, as subdeacon, both family friends of early day standing. Rev. Rieken will preach the funeral sermon. When Father Rieken was stationed at Fostoria, in his early priesthood, he was a frequent visitor at the old Lehmann homestead in Scott Township, and when, just a short time ago, he paid a sick visit to the venerable woman, administering the comforts of the church, she recognized him as the old-time family friend."
"Barbara Lehmann, one of the oldest residents of Scott Township, died Saturday night at 10:30 at the family homestead in Scott Township at the advanced age of 87 years, 5 months and 29 days. She was the widow of the late Leodegar Lehmann, and the mother of Attorney, J. J. Lehmann of this city.
"Barbara Staub-Lehmann was the daughter of Adam and Gertrude Staub and was born 29 June 1831, on the water while her parents were coming to America. She was named Barbara by the Captain of the ship, as he said it was the first baby born on this boat. They were near the American shore, when she was born. Her parents first settled in New York, where her mother died when Barbara was only 11 months old. She was cared for by another family until her father re-married. {**He married Eve Knecht, who was also on the ship with Adam and Gertrude}
"About the year 1833 the family moved to where Rising Sun now is. They later moved to Seneca County, about 4 miles South of where she died. It was while living there that she met her future husband. From this place she and sister often rode by the Lehmann home on horseback with a sack of corn, taking it to the mill to get it ground, which was the start of the Pioneer day romance. She married Leodegar Lehmann November 9 1854 {*Leodegar's obituary says they married in 1851} As a result of this marriage 11 children were born, namely: Mary Bullinger, Adam Lehmann, Margaret Miller, Andrew Lehmann, Katherine Goodman, John J Lehmann, Sarah Bach, Frank Lehmann, William E Lehmann, Inez Morrison and Henry Lehmann all of whom are living. Besides she leaves two sisters, Elizabeth Kable of Toledo, and Mary Dillery of Fostoria, 46 grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren to mourn her loss, her husband, Leodegar Lehmann, died March 23, 1913.
"Mrs. Lehmann is one of the last of the first Pioneers of that section, having lived in the vicinity for nearly 86 years. When she came some of the Indians were still there. The wolves howled in the forest. Bears were still to be seen and the woods abounded with deer and wild turkey.
"Mrs. Lehmann was a faithful wife, a good mother and was loved by all who knew her. Like all of the early Pioneer woman of this country she helped to do all kinds of farm work. She first help reap the wheat with the sickle and plant the corn with the axe and the hoe. She loaded and pitched hay and wheat and oats like the strongest of men.
"The expense of keeping up the table and clothing of her girls was taken care of from the income from the cows of which they always had from 6 to 14. Mrs. Lehmann's first serious illness was in September of 1912, when she was overcome by the heat while working in her garden, and for about a year after that was confined to her bed and an invalid chair. While in this condition the husband died. She finally recovered from her illness so that she could be about the hosue and go and visit her children at various time and during these later years she made about 50-60 quilts, endeavoring to make one for each child, grandchild and great grandchild. Since some time previous to the death of Mr. Lehmann, Mrs. Lehmann was tenderly cared for by Mrs. Melissa Hummel. {***Whomever typed this obituary states: "I still have the quilt she made for me. I still use it after all these years! Mine was the last one she made. I was 2 months old when she died, she held be but once.")
"In the day when Mrs. Lehmann was courted, the dangers of the forest compelled the young suitor to return home before night came on. The swain went a courting in his bare feet, wearing tailor made clothes and a high silk hat set atop a head crowned with long cures. This was the fashion, incongruous as it may seem.
"To make a path from his home to the home of his sweetheart, Mrs. Lehmann hitched a log to a yoke of oxen and dragged it through the tall grasses on the mile stretch of prairie between. This path was known as "Leodegar Lehmann's Path". One evening, returning from seeing his sweetheart, just at the edge of the forest, Mr. Lehmann heard a wolf howling on his path. He resigned himself to spending the night in a tree and doffed his coat, which he threw on the ground with great force. This frightened the wolf, and he picked up his coat, running for home across the prairie. When about half way across he heard a dozen wolves howling at the edge of the forest.
"Mrs. Lehmann was a devout member of St. Mary's church at Millersville, but she and her husband were to some extent affiliated with St. Wendelin's church in Fostoria. It was when Andrew was a baby and roads almost impossible to travel with a vehicle, that one Saturday afternoon she walked to Fostoria, nine miles, carrying her baby so that she could attend church services the next day. These are only a few of the wonderful stories of endurance of the early Pioneer days, which the venerable Mrs. Lehmann lived through with her husband, and during which strenuous times she reared her large family.
"Mrs. Lehmann might be said to be Pioneer of all the real Pioneers of Sandusky County, as her home was here for the past 86 years. She leaves generations of relationship who are spread far and near, and who with the many family friends will be grieved to learn of her death even if she was ripe in years. One by one the Pioneers are dropping like in the sere and yellow of the leaf, but their memories are ever tenderly cherished and their names will always be spoken with reverence."

Added by helen lehman on Jun 24, 2012 9:55 PM

Carol Crawford
Husted - Ferncliff
sec X lot 466 left to right:
Stanley N Husted
Dorothy L Husted
Clara M Husted
Owen F Husted

Added by Carol Crawford on May 26, 2012 7:11 AM

JesPiddlin
RE: Marjorie Ruth LeViness/McCoy in Woodland Cemetery, Van Wert Cty, OH
You are right. I acquired this one a while back and forgot to get it changed. Thank you for the reminder!

Added by JesPiddlin on May 24, 2012 5:58 PM

Carol S
RE: Sigrist in St James of White Oak, Cincinnati
I have linked the infant Georg Sigrist to his parents. Was he born in 1868? I can add the birth year if that is correct. That stone was very difficult to read.

Added by Carol S on May 24, 2012 11:03 AM

Valerie Stark Newsome
Marie-Anne Bour Dolweck
Hello, Marie-Anne is my third great grandmother, are we related? Valerie

Added by Valerie Stark Newsome on Sep 26, 2011 1:00 AM

Gerald Deer
Mary M (Tillie) Deer Nieset
Hello from Cadillac, Michigan:

I am a distant relative of Mary and would like to ask a favor. I'm updating all the Deer files on Find A Grave . Could you please add Mary's father Franklin X Deer (13569386) and her mother Elizabeth Welsh Deer (69977003) to her Find A Grave site.

Thank You: Jerry Deer

Added by Gerald Deer on Sep 16, 2011 5:27 PM

Celeste Kramer
timmers
THERE WAS ONE MORE TIMMERS AT Calvary cemetery that you did not request it is estella c timmers 1889-1985 i took pic if you would like just do a request and i will post thanks celeste

Added by Celeste Kramer on Jun 13, 2011 7:42 PM

Celeste Kramer
INFO REQUEST
HI, IT IS CELESTE I WILL GET THIS PHOTO WITH OTHER NEW POSTS IF YOU COULD CONTACT CEMETERY AND GET SECTION, PLOT AND GRAVE # . TALK SOON CELESTE

Added by Celeste Kramer on Jun 08, 2011 6:01 PM

Red
John Fry Lehmann
I am working on my Huss family history. I saw that you had posted pages for Lehmann's in Sandusky county, Ohio. I am looking for a 2nd cousin's, 2nd spouse, John Fry Lehmann.

The history I have for John from the original family history book is: "On May 21, 1960 Bernadine was married to John Fry Lehmann in St. Mary's Church, Sandusky. They were married by Father Frank Nieset, her nephew. John was born May 18, 1904 in Fremont, son of John J. Lehmann and Lillie Belle Fry. John J was born October 4, 1863 and Lillie was born December 19, 1875 in Scott, Sandusky, Ohio. Both died at home, 405 South Washington Street, Fremont, and are buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Millersville. John J. Lehmann was an attorney. John Fry Lehmann attended St. Ann's grade school and graduated from Fremont Ross High School in 1922. He attended Toledo Business University. He was part owner of the Fremont Oil Company, which was sold to Standard Oil Company. John died April 28, 1986 in Fremont."

You wouldn't happen to know where he is buried so I can link him to Bernadine Elizabeth DeRan Haaser-Lehmann?

Thanks, Red


Added by Red on Jun 06, 2011 8:06 AM

Celeste Kramer
calvary- celeste
i was just updating my list and noticed you have more request there with out locations listed if you get that info i will get the rest of your request celeste

Added by Celeste Kramer on Jun 05, 2011 7:54 PM

Celeste Kramer
RE: Calvary Cemetery
the schoen is albert m. schoen 1863-1918 and he as calvary. ABOUT THE LOST GRAVES YOU CAN CONTACT THE CEMETERY AND SEE IF THEY HAVE ANY RECORD OF A HEAD STONE. IF THEY DO YOU CAN REQUEST THE UNEARTH IT. IF THEY DO HAVE RECORDS WETHER OR NOT THERE WAS A HEADSTONE ASK THEM TO GO INVESTIGATE AND IF THE IS ONE THEY WILL UNEARTH. IF THAT IS THE CASE LET ME KNOW AND I WILL GO BACK OUT AND GET PHOTO'S. I JUST NOTICED YOU LIVE IN FLA. I HAVE ONLY LIVED IN TOLEDO 6 YEARS. I AM FROM ST.PETERSBURG FLA. SMALL WORLD TALK SOON CELESTE

Added by Celeste Kramer on Jun 05, 2011 7:27 PM

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