Lariston Rockhold

M, b. circa 1901
     Lariston Rockhold was born circa 1901 at Madison Co. (probably), IN. He married Agnes Campbell, daughter of William C. Campbell and Alta A. Reger, circa 1920.

Margaret A. Rockwell1

F, b. October 1844, d. after 24 January 1920
     Margaret A. Rockwell was born in October 1844 at Ohio.1,2 She married Isaac Keylor on 1 January 1865 at Noble Co., OH. Margaret A. Rockwell lived on 28 June 1900 at Calais, Monroe Co., OH, widowed, mother of nine children, six living, no occupation listed.2 She died after 24 January 1920 at Monroe Co., OH.

Child of Margaret A. Rockwell and Isaac Keylor

Citations

  1. [S2958] 1880 Federal Census, Monroe County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1050; FHL #1255050.
  2. [S2957] 1900 Federal Census, Monroe County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1305; FHL #1241305.

Linda Rodabaugh

F
     Linda Rodabaugh married Jacob King.

Child of Linda Rodabaugh and Jacob King

Blanche Roddy1

F
     Blanche Roddy was Roman Catholic.1 She married Joseph Price Wanger, son of George Wanger and Rebecca Price, on 15 April 1896, Ceremony by Rev. Father Michael Reilly.1

Children of Blanche Roddy and Joseph Price Wanger

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 187.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 188.

Frank Roddy1

M, b. February 1856, d. after 6 June 1900
     Frank Roddy was born in February 1856 at Ireland.1 He died after 6 June 1900.

Child of Frank Roddy

Citations

  1. [S588] 1900 Federal Census, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 1471 - 1480; FHL #1241471 - 80.

Katherine E. Roddy1

F, b. October 1885, d. after April 1940
     Katherine E. Roddy was born in October 1885 at Pennsylvania.1 She was the daughter of Frank Roddy.1 Katherine E. Roddy married Herbert Elmer Shaffer, son of Rev. Jacob Theodore Shaffer and Mary Katherine Smith, in 1911 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA, no surviving children. Katherine E. Roddy died after April 1940.

Citations

  1. [S588] 1900 Federal Census, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 1471 - 1480; FHL #1241471 - 80.

Nancy Tipton Roddy

F, b. 2 March 1810, d. 27 March 1853
     Nancy Tipton Roddy was born on 2 March 1810 at Blount Co., TN. She married Daily W. Hood on 19 July 1832 at Blount Co., TN. Nancy Tipton Roddy died on 27 March 1853 at White Oak Twp., Franklin Co., AR, at age 43.

Child of Nancy Tipton Roddy and Daily W. Hood

Richard Howard Rodecker

M, b. 6 September 1926, d. 26 October 2004
     Richard Howard Rodecker was born on 6 September 1926 at Peoria, Peoria Co., IL. He began military service on 17 May 1944 WW II service, U.S. Navy, discharged 27 FEB 1945. He married Helen Lacanski on 1 May 1948 at Peoria Co., IL. Richard Howard Rodecker died on 26 October 2004 at Bartonville, Peoria Co., IL, at age 78. He was buried in October 2004 at Saint Josephs Cemetery, West Peoria, Peoria Co., IL, Findagrave #68190997.

Albert Rodehafer

M, b. 2 February 1856
     Albert Rodehafer was born on 2 February 1856 at Fairfield Co., OH. He was the son of David Rodehafer and Elizabeth Welty.

David Rodehafer

M, b. 1805, d. 29 November 1891
     David Rodehafer was born in 1805 at Virginia. He married Elizabeth Welty, daughter of John Welty and Mary Magdalene Miller, on 13 April 1846 at Fairfield Co., OH. David Rodehafer died on 29 November 1891 at Fairfield Co., OH.

Children of David Rodehafer and Elizabeth Welty

Harriet Rodehafer

F, b. 9 March 1849
     Harriet Rodehafer was born on 9 March 1849 at Fairfield Co., OH. She was the daughter of David Rodehafer and Elizabeth Welty.

Mary Rodehafer

F, b. 23 July 1852
     Mary Rodehafer was born on 23 July 1852 at Fairfield Co., OH. She was the daughter of David Rodehafer and Elizabeth Welty.

William Rodehafer

M, b. 9 March 1847
     William Rodehafer was born on 9 March 1847 at Fairfield Co., OH. He was the son of David Rodehafer and Elizabeth Welty.

Mary Rodeheaver

F, b. 1 July 1785, d. 6 June 1869
     Mary Rodeheaver was born on 1 July 1785 at Virginia. She married Frederick Cailey. Mary Rodeheaver died on 6 June 1869 at Highland Co., OH, at age 83.

Children of Mary Rodeheaver and Frederick Cailey

Citations

  1. [S584] 1850 Federal Census, Highland County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 694.

Florian Frederick Rodemeyer

M, b. 8 June 1915, d. 4 March 1996
     Florian Frederick Rodemeyer was born on 8 June 1915 at Freeport, Stephenson Co., IL. He married Ethel Margaret Keim, daughter of Earl Dayton Keim and Grace Ethel Garman, in 1938 at Freeport, Stephenson Co., IL. Florian Frederick Rodemeyer died on 4 March 1996 at Freeport, Stephenson Co., IL, at age 80. He was buried in March 1996 at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Freeport, Stephenson Co., IL, Find A Grave Memorial# 150432968.

Peterka Rodenbeck1

F, b. 27 September 1855, d. 23 March 1935
     Peterka Rodenbeck was born on 27 September 1855 at Hamswehrum - Emden, Niedersachsen, Germany.1 She married Tonjes Gerds Meyer on 5 May 1875 at Hartsburg, Logan Co., IL. Peterka Rodenbeck died on 23 March 1935 at Hartsburg, Logan Co., IL, at age 79.

Children of Peterka Rodenbeck and Tonjes Gerds Meyer

Citations

  1. [S144] 1880 Federal Census, Logan County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 0227; FHL #1254227.

James Emmett Roderick

M, b. 15 February 1912
     James Emmett Roderick was born on 15 February 1912 at Upton, Texas Co., MO. He was the son of Rev. Leonard W. Roderick and Gracie Baker. James Emmett Roderick married Margaret Elizabeth Kerr, daughter of Robert Donald Kerr and Alice Nanette Huppert, on 20 August 1947.

Rev. Leonard W. Roderick

M
     Rev. Leonard W. Roderick married Gracie Baker.

Child of Rev. Leonard W. Roderick and Gracie Baker

Lula Roderick

F, b. 23 July 1862, d. 13 February 1947
     Lula Roderick was born on 23 July 1862 at La Grange, Fayette Co., TN. She married William C. Roose. Lula Roderick died on 13 February 1947 at Galena, Floyd Co., IN, at age 84. She was buried in February 1947 at Fairview Cemetery, New Albany, Floyd Co., IN.

Child of Lula Roderick and William C. Roose

Henry Rodes1

M, b. circa 1859
     Henry Rodes was born circa 1859 at Iowa.1 He married Rebecca Ann Roush, daughter of Jonas Roush and Rachel Chaplin, circa 1878.1

Child of Henry Rodes and Rebecca Ann Roush

Citations

  1. [S327] 1880 Federal Census, Marion County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 354; FHL #1254354.

Sarah Rodes1

F, b. circa May 1880
     Sarah Rodes was born circa May 1880 at Red Rock Twp., Marion Co., IA.1 She was the daughter of Henry Rodes and Rebecca Ann Roush.1

Citations

  1. [S327] 1880 Federal Census, Marion County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 354; FHL #1254354.

Addison Sturgeon Rodgers

M, b. 15 November 1859, d. 25 June 1933
     Addison Sturgeon Rodgers was born on 15 November 1859 at Springfield, Clark Co., OH. He was the son of Dr. John Harrison Rodgers and Jane Mitchell Sturgeon. Addison Sturgeon Rodgers was graduated in 1881; Princeton University. He married Ann Trigg Payne Hargis, daughter of Judge Thomas Frazier Hargis and Lucy Stewart Norvell, on 27 June 1901. Addison Sturgeon Rodgers lived in 1905 at Springfield, Clark Co., OH. He lived on 27 April 1910 at 1209 North Limestone Street, Springfield, Clark Co., OH.1 He died on 25 June 1933 at age 73 Obituary, Springfield Daily News, Monday, June 26, 1933 (via findagrave.com):

A. S. RODGERS DIES AT AGE OF 74 YEARS
Former Factory Executive, Member of Pioneer Clark County Family, Succumbs
Following a brief illness, Addison S. Rodgers, 74, of 1209 N. Limestone st., a member of the pioneer families of Clark County, and formerly affiliated with The Foos Gas Engine Co., now the Fulton Iron Works, in an executive capacity, died Sunday at 7 p.m. at the City Hospital. News of Mr. Rodgers death comes as a distinct shock to his many friends in this and other cities. He was a man of genial character, making and holding friends easily.
Two weeks ago, in an effort to save Mr. Rodgers' life, he submitted to a major operation at the hospital, and since that time had been in a state of coma.
Mr. Rodgers was born in a house on S. Limestone st., near High st., in what is now the business district of the city. He lived in the old Rodgers homestead, the present site of The Springfield Daily News and Sun building, until his marriage in 1901. He was the son of Dr. and Mrs. John Rodgers, who were among the early settlers of Springfield, coming here in 1833.
A Republican by party affiliation, Mr. Rodgers was a candidate for the Republican nomination as county recorder in the May, 1932, primary election. Years ago, he served as a member of the police and firemen's board, which was superseded by the civil service commission. He was a member of this board at the time the Wittenberg av. fire engine house was built.
Mr. Rodgers was one of the early members of the Literary Club, which his father helped to found. At one time, he also was a member of the Clark County Historical Society. He was an elder in the Northminster Presbyterian Church and had been active in work of the church for many years.
Educated in the local public schools, Mr. Rodgers attended Wittenberg College for one year, going from there to Wooster College for a second year. He was graduated from Princeton University in 1881. He received his Doctor of Law degree at the Cincinnati Law School and practiced law in Springfield for six years.
Mr. Rodgers was one of the three surviving members of an organization known as the "Old Guard" at Wooster College.
After leaving the active practice of law, Mr. Rodgers organized and operated The Springfield Gas Engine Co. until 1914, when he became identified with The Foos Gas Engine Co., now The Fulton Iron Works Co.
His widow, Mrs. Ann Payne Trigg Rodgers; one son, Addison S. Rodgers, Jr; two daughters, Jane Rodgers, at home, and Frances Rodgers, of Baltimore, Md., and one brother, William B. Rodgers, of Springfield, survive. The brother is seriously ill at this time.
The body was removed to the Herr and Craver funeral home. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. at the residence in charge of the Rev. John Bamford, pastor of the Northminster Presbyterian Church. Burial will be made in Ferncliff Cemetery. The pallbearers will be: E. S. Kelly, John L. Zimmerman, Sr., J. B. Cartmell, Chase Stewart, R. C. Bancroft, Arthur J. Todd, John L. Dorst, H. C. Blake, Ned Crain, Arthur D. Hosterman, W. W. Keifer, Maxwell McKnight, Dr. A. Richard Kent, Judge Frank W. Geiger, William H. Robbins, Harve Stuart and Charles McCloskey.
Assisting in the funeral services will be a group of Mr. Rodgers' college friends from Wooster College, Dan List, of Wheeling, W. Va; John West, of Bellefontaine; C. F. M. Niles, of Toledo; John J. Chester, of Columbus.

He was buried in June 1933 at Ferncliff Cemetery, Springfield, Clark Co., OH, Find A Grave Memorial# 35717024.

Children of Addison Sturgeon Rodgers and Ann Trigg Payne Hargis

Citations

  1. [S419] 1910 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1158; FHL #1375171.

Addison Sturgeon Rodgers Jr.1

M, b. 29 December 1909, d. 15 April 1964
     Addison Sturgeon Rodgers Jr. was born on 29 December 1909 at Springfield, Clark Co., OH.1 He was the son of Addison Sturgeon Rodgers and Ann Trigg Payne Hargis.1 Addison Sturgeon Rodgers Jr. began military service WW II, Coxswain, U.S. Navy. He died on 15 April 1964 at age 54. He was buried in April 1964 at Long Island National Cemetery, East Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY.

Citations

  1. [S419] 1910 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1158; FHL #1375171.

Alexander Townsley Rodgers

M
     Alexander Townsley Rodgers married Elizabeth Jane Noel, daughter of Quin Martin Noel and Sarah Casada, on 19 October 1870 at Trenton, Henry Co., IA.

Alice Rodgers

F
     Alice Rodgers was the daughter of William Allen Rodgers.

Alice Rodgers

F, b. 25 January 1885, d. 1 April 1976
     Alice Rodgers was born on 25 January 1885 at Springfield, Clark Co., OH. She was the daughter of George Greene Rodgers and Sarah Bacon. Alice Rodgers married Gano Reeder Muzzy, son of Richard Hunt Muzzy and Hannah J. Scovel, on 15 November 1917. Alice Rodgers died on 1 April 1976 at Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, at age 91 Obituary, Springfield Daily News, Friday, April 2, 1976, (via findagrave.com):

MRS. ALICE MUZZY
Mrs. Alice Rodgers Muzzy, 91, a former Springfield resident, died at 2 p.m. Thursday in Wesley Glen Retirement Center, Columbus, following a lengthly illness.
Mrs. Muzzy, a former member of Northminster Presbyterian Church and the Daughters of the American Revolution, was born Jan. 25, 1885, in Springfield, the daughter of George Greene and Sarah Bacon Rodgers. The Bacon and Rodgers families were early pioneers in Clark County.
She was married Nov. 15, 1917, to Gano Reeder Muzzy, who died in 1933.
She is survived by one sister, Miss Louise Rodgers of Columbus.
Her body will be brought to the Littleton Funeral Home. There will be no visitation.
Graveside services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday in Ferncliff Cemetery by Dr. Michael Williams of North Olmsted, O.

She was buried on 3 April 1976 at Ferncliff Cemetery, Springfield, Clark Co., OH, Find A Grave Memorial# 35721114.

Alice Kilgore Rodgers

F, b. 4 August 1904, d. 16 June 1970
     Alice Kilgore Rodgers was born on 4 August 1904 at Springfield, Clark Co., OH. She was the daughter of Robert Sinclair Rodgers and Edith Ann Winwood. Alice Kilgore Rodgers married Jonathan Harshman Winters, son of Valentine Winters and Helen Wood Clegg, on 6 January 1924 at Springfield, Clark Co., OH. Alice Kilgore Rodgers married Richard W. Bahman on 19 September 1935 at Springfield, Clark Co., OH. Alice Kilgore Rodgers died on 16 June 1970 at Springfield, Clark Co., OH, at age 65 Obituary:

GRAVESIDE RITES SET FOR MRS. ALICE BAHMAN

Mrs. Alice Bahman, 65, a Springfield Radio personality and mother of the television, movie, stage and night club comedian Jonathan Winters, died in Mercy Medical Center at 8 a.m. Tuesday following four months of failing health.
Mrs. Bahman, who lived at 2324 St. Paris Pike, began her career with Radio Station WIZE early in 1941 with a half hour interview program called "For Women Only." The program highlighted local interviews, including music and women's news features.
In the early 1960s, Mrs. Bahman became a newscaster for the radio station, the first woman newscaster to broadcast in the Springfield area. At this time she was chosen to speak before several radio clinics in different parts of the country as an outstanding woman broadcaster.
She appeared on the Jack Parr Show with her son, Jonathan, in 1958, and was said to have shared his adeptness with voice impersonations, perhaps being the inspiration for some.
Mrs. Bahman was born in Springfield Aug. 4, 1904, the daughter of Robert and Edith Winwood Rodgers, and had lived in Springfield most of her life. She was a member of the Christ Episcopal Church.
Survivors include her husband, Richard; her son, who lives in North Hollywood, Calif; and two grandchildren, Lucinda and Jay Winters, both of North Hollywood.
Funeral arrangements are being made by the Richards Memorial Home. Her body will be cremated with private graveside services in Ferncliff Cemetery, at 3 p.m. Friday in charge of the Rev. George Marshall, rector of Christ Episcopal Church.

Springfield Daily News, Wednesday, June 17, 1970.

She was buried in June 1970 at Ferncliff Cemetery, Springfield, Clark Co., OH, Findagrave #34553074.

Child of Alice Kilgore Rodgers and Jonathan Harshman Winters

Andrew Rodgers

M
     Andrew Rodgers was the son of Richard Rodgers and Rachel Denny.

Andrew Rodgers

M, b. November 1806, d. 26 February 1836
     Andrew Rodgers was born in November 1806 at West Hanover, Dauphin Co., PA. He was the son of Robert Rodgers and Effie Allen. Andrew Rodgers died on 26 February 1836 at Hanover, Dauphin Co., PA, at age 29. He was buried in February 1836 at Hanover Churchyard, Dauphin Co., PA.

Lieut. Andrew Rodgers

M, b. 1746, d. 19 September 1782
     Lieut. Andrew Rodgers was born in 1746 at Lancaster Co., PA. He was the son of William Rodgers. Lieut. Andrew Rodgers began military service in 1775 Ensign of a company from Lancaster County, then (1776) Lieutenant in Capt. James Rogers' company, Col. Timothy Green's Hanover rifle battalion, Lancaster County Associators, per DAR records. He married Jane Henderson, daughter of Captain Robert Henderson, in 1776. Lieut. Andrew Rodgers died on 19 September 1782 at Dauphin Co., PA. He was buried in September 1782 at Hanover Churchyard, Dauphin Co., PA.

Children of Lieut. Andrew Rodgers and Jane Henderson