Mary Frances Long1

F, b. 21 November 1842
     Mary Frances Long was also known as "Fanny". She was born on 21 November 1842 at Christian Co., KY.2 She was the daughter of Gabriel Brown Long and Martha Elizabeth Thomson. Mary Frances Long married Capt. Edward Starling Campbell, son of Benjamin S. Campbell and Maria McDowell Starling, on 8 November 1866.1

Child of Mary Frances Long and Capt. Edward Starling Campbell

Citations

  1. [S20] Joseph Sullivant, A Genealogy and Family Memorial, 54 - 55.
  2. [S2483] 1870 Federal Census, Christian County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 455; FHL #545954.

Mary Frances Long

F, b. 19 April 1845, d. 3 August 1921
     Mary Frances Long was born on 19 April 1845 at Rockingham Co., VA. She was the daughter of Adam M. Long and Agnes J. (?) Mary Frances Long married Robert Allen Harrison, son of Abraham Harrison and Delilah Rhodes, on 12 September 1867 at New Market, Rockingham Co., VA, Joseph Funkhouser, Officiating. Mary Frances Long died on 3 August 1921 at Rockingham Co., VA, at age 76. She was buried at Keezletown Cemetery, Keezletown, Rockingham Co., VA.

Children of Mary Frances Long and Robert Allen Harrison

Mary Helen Long1

F, b. 9 December 1942, d. 16 June 2015
     Mary Helen Long was born on 9 December 1942 at Pendleton, Madison Co., IN.1 She was the daughter of Bernice Irvin Long and Ruth Stoner.1 Mary Helen Long died on 16 June 2015 at Pendleton, Madison Co., IN, at age 72 Obituary (findagrave.com):

Mary H. Cook, daughter of Bernice and Ruth (Stoner) Long, was born Dec. 9, 1942, in Anderson. After patiently enduring her sufferings in this life, she passed from time to eternity in the early morning of June 17, 2015, making her stay here on Earth 72 years, six months, and seven days.

Surviving are her husband, Donald E. Cook; three sons, Lowell, Galen and wife Donna, and Nathan and wife Emily; two daughters, Leah Riffey and husband Bob, and Emma; 17 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; one brother, John and wife Betty; six sisters, Margaret Boyd, Evelyn Hollinger, Nellie Benedict, Nancy Bowser, her identical twin Martha Hess and husband Richard, and Ruth Emma Benedict and husband Roger; and a host of nephews, nieces and friends.

A visitation will be held from 2 to 5 and 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Service and Crematory, Lahm Chapel, Pendleton. A prayer service will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday at Lahm Chapel followed by services at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Old German Baptist Brethren Church near Pendleton with the home brethren officiating. Burial will follow in Pleasant Valley Cemetery, west of Pendleton.

Citations

  1. [S955] Richard R. Weber, Stoner Brethren, p.459.

Mary Jane Long

F, b. 27 October 1841, d. 5 May 1916
     Mary Jane Long was born on 27 October 1841 at Ohio. She was the daughter of Samuel Long and Ruhanna Dollison. Mary Jane Long married William Starr, son of Samuel Starr and Mary Wendell, on 1 January 1860 at Noble Co., OH. Mary Jane Long died on 5 May 1916 at Salesville, Guernsey Co., OH, at age 74. She was buried in May 1916 at Salesville Hill United Brethren Cemetery, Salesville, Guernsey Co., OH, Findagrave #166686329.

Children of Mary Jane Long and William Starr

Mary Letyr Long

F, b. 16 September 1892, d. 20 November 1985
     Mary Letyr Long was born on 16 September 1892 at Texas. She married Alwyn Penn King. Mary Letyr Long and Alwyn Penn King were divorced before April 1940 at Dallas Co. (probably), TX. Mary Letyr Long died on 20 November 1985 at Houston, Harris Co., TX, at age 93.

Child of Mary Letyr Long and Alwyn Penn King

Mary Magdalene Long

F, b. circa 1789, d. 9 June 1850
     Mary Magdalene Long was born circa 1789. She married David Bishop, son of Heinrich Bishop and Catherine Schreyer, on 15 January 1809 at Ross Co., OH. Mary Magdalene Long died on 9 June 1850 at Huntington Twp., Ross Co., OH.

Child of Mary Magdalene Long and David Bishop

Mary O. Long1

F, b. 10 February 1891
     Mary O. Long was born on 10 February 1891 at Washington Co. (probably), MD.1,2 She was the daughter of McClellan Long and Laura Agnes Line.1 Mary O. Long married Daniel M. Thomas, son of Joseph Long Thomas and Susan F. Miller, on 28 November 1911.1

Child of Mary O. Long and Daniel M. Thomas

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 424.
  2. [S932] 1900 Federal Census, Washington County, Maryland. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 629; FHL #1240629.

Mattie Mary Long1

F, b. 10 October 1884, d. November 1966
     Mattie Mary Long was born on 10 October 1884 at Boone, Boone Co., IA.1 She was the daughter of Henry Long and Lydia (?) Mattie Mary Long married Jacob M. Schlicher, son of Jacob M. Schlicher and Bertha Müller, on 2 February 1903 at Boone Co., IA, Four children born to the marriage, two living as of 1910 census.1 Mattie Mary Long died in November 1966 at Ft. Madison, Lee Co., IA, at age 82. She was buried in 1966 at Primrose Cemetery, Lee Co., IA, Findagrave #126546897.

Children of Mattie Mary Long and Jacob M. Schlicher

Citations

  1. [S834] 1910 Federal Census, Lee County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 410; FHL #1374423.

Mayme Long

F
     Mayme Long was the daughter of Benjamin F. Long and Cora Ann Fetzer.

McClellan Long1

M, b. 19 March 1862, d. 16 August 1932
     McClellan Long was born on 19 March 1862 at Washington Co., MD.2 He was the son of Simon Long and Hadassa Brown.3 McClellan Long married Laura Agnes Line, daughter of Henry Line and Mary Ann Middlekauff, on 29 January 1884 at Washington Co., MD.1,2 McClellan Long died on 16 August 1932 at age 70

Biographical sketch (Findagrave.com):

Born just North of Antietam battlefield. A southern spy, spying in the area, heard of the birth and commented that they would probably call him McClellan. The idea was adopted. Handy with wood, stone and metal working tools. Church deacon and noted Sunday School teacher. Had a weakness for alcohol. Farm was put in Agnes' name to protect it from his excesses. He was advertised "No Loans". When he died, storekeepers had loaned him money despite the warning, claiming that they couldn't say "No" to Mac Long.

~Excerpt from "The Descendants of Isaac Long" by Omer M. Long.

He was buried in August 1932 at Manor Church of the Brethren Cemetery, Tilghmanton, Washington Co., MD, Findagrave #69568377.

Children of McClellan Long and Laura Agnes Line

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 424.
  2. [S932] 1900 Federal Census, Washington County, Maryland. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 629; FHL #1240629.
  3. [S881] 1870 Federal Census, Washington County, Maryland. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 596; FHL #552095.
  4. [S1239] 1910 Federal Census, Washington County, Maryland. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 569; FHL #1374582.

Mildred Marie Long1

F, b. 31 December 1922, d. 14 November 1998
     Mildred Marie Long was born on 31 December 1922 at Rossville, Clinton Co., IN.1 She was the daughter of Bernice Irvin Long and Ruth Stoner.1 Mildred Marie Long married Lloyd Riley Oyler, son of Ephraim William Oyler Sr. and Della May Boots, on 22 March 1942. Mildred Marie Long died on 14 November 1998 at age 75. She was buried in November 1998 at Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Pendleton, Madison Co., IN, Find A Grave Memorial# 92212633.

Children of Mildred Marie Long and Lloyd Riley Oyler

Citations

  1. [S955] Richard R. Weber, Stoner Brethren, p.459.

Myrtle Long

F, b. 14 May 1905, d. 6 January 1986
     Myrtle Long was born on 14 May 1905 at Hunt Co. (probably), TX.1 She was the daughter of Robert Wesley Long and Sarah E. Ritchie Ritchie. Myrtle Long married John Andrew Jackson. Myrtle Long died on 6 January 1986 at Mills Co., TX, at age 80.

Child of Myrtle Long and John Andrew Jackson

Citations

  1. [S4876] 1910 Federal Census, Mills County, Texas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1578; FHL #1375591.

Nancy Long

F, b. 28 April 1818, d. 28 April 1870
     Nancy Long was born on 28 April 1818 at Washington Co., MD. She was the daughter of Daniel Long and Elizabeth Friedley. Nancy Long married William Young. Nancy Long died on 28 April 1870 at Mt. Morris, Ogle Co., IL, at age 52. She was buried in 1870 at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Mt. Morris, Ogle Co., IL, Findagrave #8803573.

Children of Nancy Long and William Young

Nancy Long1

F, b. circa 1846
     Nancy Long was born circa 1846 at Beaver Twp., Guernsey (now Noble) Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of Garrison Long and Mary Eagon.1

Citations

  1. [S6] 1850 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 684.

Nancy Long

F, b. 29 December 1926, d. 20 May 2017
     Nancy Long was born on 29 December 1926 at Tipp City, Miami Co., OH. She married Frank Price Thurman, son of Harry Clayton Thurman and Myra Jane Price, in 1982. Nancy Long died on 20 May 2017 at Tipp City, Miami Co., OH, at age 90

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

Thurman, Nancy L., “Aunt Nan” of Tipp City, OH went to be with the Lord on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at Randall Residence in Tipp city where she lived for three and one-half years.

She was born December 29, 1926, the sixth child of Joe and Hazel Long in Tippecanoe City. She was the lone survivor of that close knit family.

Her siblings were, Robert, Richard, Joe Jr., Norma (Metcalf) and Kathleen (McMullen).

Nancy graduated from Tippecanoe High School in 1945. She was a cheerleader in school. She worked in a local drug store, and then worked retail at the Fashion Shop in Tipp and a retail shop in Troy. She retired from BF Goodrich in Troy where she worked in the office. In retirement she was involved as a volunteer at Upper Valley Medical Center.

She was married in 1982 to Frank Thurman until his death in 1987. Nancy was a lifelong member of the Tipp City United Methodist Church. She loved the Lord and had many friends within the church membership. She was active in a church circle and worked early on at the Wednesday night dinners.

She is survived by 12 nieces and nephews; Robert (Mary Lynn) Long, of Flowood, Mississippi, Melinda (Tom) Boylin, of Plano, Texas, Nancy (Charlie) Hall, of Glennobile, Missouri, Douglas (Lisa) Long, of Sugarland, Texas, Patty Wood, Dick (Cathy) Long, Mary Long, Dianne (Ronnie) Chaney and Sam Long of Tipp City, Becky (Bob) Moore of New Carlisle, Larry (Linda) McMullen and Lee Ann (Dale) Ross of Greenfield, Ohio. Also, Joyce Hartline, a family and friend and caregiver, became an important part of her life. There are 20 great nieces and nephews and many great great nieces and nephews. She always enjoyed being part of their lives and or hearing about their activities. Aunt Nan loved and was greatly loved.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM on Friday, May 26, 2017 at the Tipp City United Methodist Church, 6 W. Main St., Tipp City, OH; Pastor Bonita Ritchie officiating. Burial will follow in Maple Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service on Friday at the church. Arrangements have been entrusted to FRINGS AND BAYLIFF FUNERAL HOME, 327 W. Main St., Tipp City, OH.

She was buried in May 2017 at Maple Hill Cemetery, Tipp City, Miami Co., OH, Findagrave #179587750.

Nancy J. Long

F, b. July 1836, d. 9 June 1906
     Nancy J. Long was born in July 1836 at Beaver Twp. (probably), Guernsey (now Noble) Co., OH. She was the daughter of Samuel Long and Ruhanna Dollison. Nancy J. Long died on 9 June 1906 at Morgan Co., OH, at age 69. She was buried in June 1906 at Fairview Cemetery, Windsor Twp., Morgan Co., OH, Findagrave #218022605.

Nannie T. Long1

F, b. circa 1876
     Nannie T. Long was born circa 1876 at Washington Co. (probably), MD.1 She was the daughter of Joseph R. Long and Elizabeth (?)1

Citations

  1. [S892] 1880 Federal Census, Washington County, Maryland. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 516, FHL #1254516.

Nathaniel H. Long

M, b. 12 May 1815, d. 27 July 1859
     Nathaniel H. Long was born on 12 May 1815 at Pennsylvania. He was the son of Isaac Long and Elizabeth Slifer. Nathaniel H. Long married Catherine Butterbaugh, daughter of John Butterbaugh and Nancy Jane Zug, circa 1840. Nathaniel H. Long died on 27 July 1859 at Fairplay, Washington Co., MD, at age 44. He was buried in July 1859 at Manor Church of the Brethren Cemetery, Tilghmanton, Washington Co., MD, Findagrave #82266389.

Child of Nathaniel H. Long and Catherine Butterbaugh

Olive May Long1

F, b. 21 June 1883, d. 1924
     Olive May Long was born on 21 June 1883 at Nickerson, Reno Co., KS.1 She was the daughter of Daniel M. Long and Alice Welty.1 Olive May Long married Thomas C. Kirk, son of George Kirk and Jane Cooper Horn, in 1907.1 Olive May Long died in 1924 at Kansas. She was buried in 1924 at Salem Cemetery, Nickerson, Reno Co., KS, Findagrave #38362786.

Children of Olive May Long and Thomas C. Kirk

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 440.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 441.

Oma L. Long

F, b. 22 February 1885, d. 27 January 1969
     Oma L. Long was born on 22 February 1885 at West Sonora, Preble Co., OH. She was the daughter of Joseph Long and Sarah R. Gordon.1 Oma L. Long married Ernest Clayton McGriff, son of Patrick Sylvester McGriff and Laura Studebaker. Oma L. Long died on 27 January 1969 at Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, at age 83.

Children of Oma L. Long and Ernest Clayton McGriff

Citations

  1. [S287] 1900 Federal Census, Preble County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1285; FHL #1241315.

Orville V. Long

M, b. 6 December 1860, d. 1938
     Orville V. Long was born on 6 December 1860 at Washington Co., MD. He was the son of Rev. David Long and Mary Reichard. Orville V. Long died in 1938.

Otha Clarence Long1

M, b. 24 April 1894, d. 17 July 1979
     Otha Clarence Long was born on 24 April 1894 at Quinter, Gove Co., KS.1 He was the son of Albertus R. Long and Urilla Ann Hicks.1 Otha Clarence Long married Eva Lovina Dees, daughter of William Dees and Angenora Angelina Flanders, on 22 October 1919 at Wolf Point, Roosevelt Co., MT.1 Occupation: Stockman and auctioneer in 1926 at Quinter, Gove Co., KS.1 Otha Clarence Long lived in 1926 at Quinter, Gove Co., KS.1 He died on 17 July 1979 at Quinter, Gove Co., KS, at age 85. He was buried in July 1979 at Quinter Cemetery, Quinter, Gove Co., KS, Findagrave #42484355.

Children of Otha Clarence Long and Eva Lovina Dees

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 599.

Patricia Nell Long

F, b. 9 February 1926
     Patricia Nell Long was born on 9 February 1926 at Ohio. She was the daughter of William Evan Long and Nell Bertha Brown.

Paul Anderson Long

M, b. 5 September 1904, d. 7 January 1925
     Paul Anderson Long was born on 5 September 1904; son of Jacob Franklin and Idella "Della" May (Loy) Long. He married Thelma Irene Weaver, daughter of John Franklin Weaver and Callie Etta Cost, on 21 November 1923 at Covington, Kenton Co., KY; license reported in the Wednesday, 22 NOV 1923 edition of The Cincinnati Enquirer, page 15, stating the licenses were issued in Covington the previous day. (Newspapers.com). Interestingly, their residences were given as "both of New Carlisle, Ind.".

Paul and Thelma first sought a marriage license about 17 or 19 NOV 1923 (the 18th was a Sunday), in Greene County, Ohio, as documented in the Ohio, U.S., County Marriage Records, 1774-1993 (database online, Ancestry.com), range 1922-1931, image 112. The application information was completed for Paul, who claimed to be 22 years old, and for Thelma, who claimed to be 21, only to the point where her birth date and parental names were to be entered. At that point, the person taking the information wrote in large script "Refused", and that is all the information that appears in the marriage book.

Paul Anderson Long died on 7 January 1925 at age 20

Dayton Daily News, Dayton, Ohio; Wednesday, 7 JAN 1925, page 1 (Newspapers.com):

TWO KILLED WHEN PLANE HITS AUTO TRUCK AT WRIGHT FIELD

FLYERS UNINJURED AS SHIP SEVERS HEADS OF VICTIMS

Lieut. E.H. Barksdale Pilot of Plane, Involved in Uniusual Fatality -- Paul Long and Leon Harness Meet Death.
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ACCIDENT OCCURS DURING LOW FLIGHT ON SPEED COURSE.
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De Haviland Removes Top of Vehicle, Plunges to Earth and Rebounds -- Escape of Airmen is Regarded as Mystery.
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Two Wilbur Wright field employes were killed Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock when a covered government truck in which they were riding was struck by an airplance flying low over the speed course at the field.

The airplane was piloted by Lieut. E. H. Barksdale, who was accompanied by Eugene Althoff, civilian observer. Both escaped without injury. The dead are:
Leon C. Harness, 32, Wright field inspector;
Paul A. Long, 20; Wright field quartermaster department employe.

Harness lived in Osborn and Long in Fairfield. Both were married.

The fatality Wednesday is believed to be the first instance on record of a collision between an airplane and a motor truck.

The automobile was going west on the government road and was struck at an angle from the rear by the airplane.

The landing gear of the plane tore off the top of the truck. In crashing through, the bottom piece of the landing gear or the propeller struck the two men, decapitating them.

Their bodies, according to witnesses, remained in the truck, which ran wild but stopped after it had covered about 500 feet.

The plane without its landing gear was hurled into the earth. It landed about 50 feet from where the collision took place, bounced, and settled about 500 feet from the point of collision. Both airmen kept their seats in the plane, and climbed from the wreckage unhurt.

The accident is termed by McCook field flyers as unusual.

Although the plane and the motor truck were demolished, both occupants of the ship escaped unhurt.

An ordinary DeHaviland plane was being used.

It was being flown somewhat lower than 10 feet from the earth to obtain the ground speed of the ship.

Under ordinary conditions, the ground speed of a DeHaviland plane is 120 miles an hour. It is believed that Lieut. Barksdale was going at least that fast.

The landing gear of the airplane cut off the top of the motor truck and after the accident what remained of the truck was in an upright position.

One of Harness’ feet was hanging from the side of the auto truck, indicating that he saw the danger and attempted to leave the truck.

The two flyers were absolved from all blame for the accident.

It is generally known that there exists at Wilbur Wright field a speed course. The course taken by the plane when information as to the ground speed of a ship is desired, is marked with signs and warnings along the roadway.

The government road divides the course and planes traversing the measured distance, must cross it.

Harness was married and has one child, Betty Jane, three-year old. He was assistant chief inspector at Wright field. He came to the post in March, 1919, and has been employed there continuously since that time.

Besides his wife Bertha, he leaves his mother, two sisters and one brother.

Long has been employed at Wright field since May 1, 1924. He was married and had one child, aged six months. He lives at Medway.

Lieut. Barksdale is considered one of the ablest test pilots at McCook field.

Last year, while flying a new DeHaviland plane at Wright field, the tail surfaces of the ship gave away, catapulting Lieut. Barksdale to earth. He saved his life by use of his parachute. His observer, Ralph Anderson, was killed.

The motor truck, being covered, it is believed Long and Harness did not see the approach of the speeding plane and it is declared probable that the noise of their own motor drowned out the noise of the motor in the airplane.

Since the purpose of the trip was to obtain figures on the speed of the plane in which new equipment was being used, it was also declared probable the eyes of the flyers were bent on their instruments and did not see the truck going over the road.

The speed course runs near the middle of Wright field and ships are tested over it almost daily.

Signs warn motorists to watch for low-flying airplanes.

To strike the top of the automobile, the plane must have been traveling approximately seven feet high.

Without warning, the swift-moving plane crashed into the truck hurling it from the roadway. The motor is said to have struck near the seat occupied by the two men, but it is not known definitely whether they were crushed by the motor or wreckage from the truck.

After the crash, the plane whirled around and dived nose first, into the earth.

A second unusual part of the crash is that the terrific impact of the plane hitting the earth, did not cause an explosion and subsequent fire.

Jacob F. Long, father of one of the victims, is a civilian guard employed at Wilbur Wright field. He was among the first to learn of the crash and hurried to the scene of the accident. But on account of the mangled condition of the body of his son, authorities prevented him from viewing it.

He was buried in January 1925 at New Carlisle Cemetery, New Carlisle, Clark Co., OH, Findagrave #17164265.

Child of Paul Anderson Long and Thelma Irene Weaver

Paul Franklin Long

M, b. 26 June 1924, d. 31 August 1993
     Paul Franklin Long was born on 26 June 1924 at Fairfield (now Fairborn), Greene Co., OH. He was the son of Paul Anderson Long and Thelma Irene Weaver. Occupation: employed at Hobart Bros., Troy, Ohio, per WW II draft registration in 1942. Paul Franklin Long lived on 30 June 1942 at Tipp City, Miami Co., OH, WW II draft registration. He began military service in April 1947 U.S. Marine Corps service, enlisted, reported in the Thursday, 3 APR 1947 edition of The Dayton Journal Herald, page 3 (Newspapers.com). He lived in 1993 at 2221 East Mesquite Avenue, Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV. He died on 31 August 1993 at Clark Co., NV, at age 69. He was buried in September 1993 at New Carlisle Cemetery, New Carlisle, Clark Co., OH, Findagrave #17164272.

Paul Preston Long

M, b. 13 March 1881, d. 3 August 1960
     Paul Preston Long was born on 13 March 1881 at Pennsylvania. He was the son of Joseph Allen Long and Mary Jane Bucher. Paul Preston Long died on 3 August 1960 at age 79.

Phillip Long

M, b. 16 May 1788, d. 12 October 1821
     Phillip Long was born on 16 May 1788 at York Co., PA. He was the son of Samuel Lang and Mary Margaret DeWald. Phillip Long married Margaret Bowers. Phillip Long lived at Heidelberg Township, York Co., PA. He died on 12 October 1821 at age 33.

Child of Phillip Long and Margaret Bowers

Phyllis May Long1

F, b. 15 December 1914
     Phyllis May Long was born on 15 December 1914.1 She was the daughter of Leslie Leland Long and Ora May Howard.1

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 440.

Phyllis Ramona Long1

F, b. 21 October 1920
     Phyllis Ramona Long was born on 21 October 1920 at Kansas.1 She was the daughter of Otha Clarence Long and Eva Lovina Dees.1 Phyllis Ramona Long lived on 9 December 1982 at Freedom, Beaver Co., PA. She married Lloyd Glenn Foote on 9 December 1982 at Winchester, VA, Third marriage for Phyllis, second for Lloyd.

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 599.

Rachel Long1

F, b. 20 December 1854, d. 22 December 1946
     Rachel Long was born on 20 December 1854 at Beaver Twp. (probably), Noble Co., OH.1,2 She was the daughter of Samuel Long and Ruhanna Dollison.1 Rachel Long died on 22 December 1946 at Zanesville, Muskingum Co., OH, at age 92.

Citations

  1. [S9] 1860 Federal Census, Noble County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1020; FHL #805020.
  2. [S177] 1900 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1273; FHL #1241273.