Earl Adair Blodgett

M, b. 30 June 1921, d. 28 November 1965
     Earl Adair Blodgett was born on 30 June 1921. He was the son of Ira Blodgett.1 Earl Adair Blodgett married Ethel R. Snearley, daughter of Walter Triem Snearley and Fannie P. Coggins, after April 1940. Earl Adair Blodgett began military service U.S. Navy, WW II. He died on 28 November 1965 at Coos Co., OR, at age 44. He was buried in 1965 at Rose City Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR, Find A Grave Memorial# 163279661.

Citations

  1. [S4095] 1930 Federal Census, Polk County, Oregon. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1948; FHL #2341682.

Flossie Blodgett

F
     Flossie Blodgett married Valentine Cornelius, son of James W. Cornelius and Sarah Elizabeth Shryock.

Child of Flossie Blodgett and Valentine Cornelius

Ira Blodgett1

M, b. circa 1886
     Ira Blodgett was born circa 1886 at Wisconsin.1

Child of Ira Blodgett

Citations

  1. [S4095] 1930 Federal Census, Polk County, Oregon. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1948; FHL #2341682.

Andrew F. Bloker1

M
     Andrew F. Bloker married Fanny E. Snyder.1

Child of Andrew F. Bloker and Fanny E. Snyder

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 203.

Sarah Filena Bloker1

F, b. 29 January 1858
     Sarah Filena Bloker was born on 29 January 1858.1 She was the daughter of Andrew F. Bloker and Fanny E. Snyder.1 Sarah Filena Bloker married Adam Lorenzo Rinewalt, son of Adam Rinewalt and Mary Ann Lehn, on 18 September 1878.1

Children of Sarah Filena Bloker and Adam Lorenzo Rinewalt

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 203.

Johanna Blomgren

F
     Johanna Blomgren married William Henry Harrison Blue, son of James Jefferson Blue and Emaline Frankelberry, in 1891.

Alice Blondel

F, b. 25 March 1874, d. 7 June 1874
     Alice Blondel was born on 25 March 1874 at Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV. She was the daughter of John Henry Blondel Jr. and Sarah Elizabeth Fitz. Alice Blondel died on 7 June 1874 at Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV. She was buried in June 1874 at Green Hill Cemetery, Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV, Findagrave #109061353.

Jay Henry Blondel

M, b. 15 September 1875, d. 14 February 1951
     Jay Henry Blondel was also known as "Harry". He was born on 15 September 1875 at Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV, On Jay's death certificate it gives his birth date as 15 Sep 1874. Census records and the fact that 15 Sep 1874 is too close to his older sister's birthdate, suggests that the correct birthdate is 15 Sep 1875.
The informant on Jay's death certificate was his half-sister, Katherine Reeser "Kate" (Blondel) Kearney.1

He was the son of John Henry Blondel Jr. and Sarah Elizabeth Fitz. Jay Henry Blondel married Anna Mira Hardy circa 1901. Jay Henry Blondel died on 14 February 1951 at Paw Paw, Hampshire Co., WV, at age 75. He was buried in February 1951 at Green Hill Cemetery, Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV, Findagrave #64807856.

Citations

  1. [S3416] 1880 Federal Census, Berkeley County, West Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1400; FHL #1255400.

John Henry Blondel

M, b. circa 1805, d. 30 May 1881
     John Henry Blondel was born circa 1805 at Jamaica (now Dominican Republic) Findagrave.com memorial shows 2 APR 1800.1 He married Caroline Phillips Young on 29 May 1839 at Berkeley Co., VA (now WV). John Henry Blondel lived on 26 July 1850 at Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., VA; Tinner.1 He died on 30 May 1881. He was buried in June 1881 at Saint Josephs Cemetery, Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV, Findagrave #109053724.

Child of John Henry Blondel and Caroline Phillips Young

Citations

  1. [S4734] 1850 Federal Census, Berkeley County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 936; FHL #29711.

John Henry Blondel Jr.

M, b. 2 June 1847, d. 20 February 1940
     John Henry Blondel Jr. was born on 2 June 1847 at Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., VA (now WV).1 He was the son of John Henry Blondel and Caroline Phillips Young. John Henry Blondel Jr. married Sarah Elizabeth Fitz, daughter of Samuel Fitz and Elizabeth Kitzmiller, on 26 March 1874 at Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV. John Henry Blondel Jr. died on 20 February 1940 at Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV, at age 92. He was buried on 22 February 1940 at Green Hill Cemetery, Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV, Findagrave #64807834.
Note: After Sarah died, John married Catherine Reeser "Kate" Gerhardt. They had a daughter, Kate Reeser Blondell who married George Phillip Kearney.


HISTORY OF THE BLONDEL-BLONDELL FAMILY
The following is a condensed history of the Antoine and Rosella Blondel Family that immigrated to the United States from the French West Indies. Much of the information was taken from the Blondel-Blondell family website. Our John H. Blondell is a son of John Henry Blondel and a grandson of Antoine and Rosella.

Antoine and Rosella Blondel were large plantation owners on the ancient French colony of Saint Domingue, on the island of Hispaniola (present-day Haiti). Evidence exists to show that they were there before the French Revolution. During the night of August 22, 1791, a wave of fire engulfed Saint Domingue as hundreds of thousands of slaves set fire to plantations, torched cities, and massacred a terrified white population. The slave rebellion (or Haitian Revolution as it is now called) that started that night, lasted twelve long years.
Some time in the mid-1790s Antoine Blondel and family fled their plantation and, with other refugees, settled in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. There is a record of Anthony Blondel as a witness to a wedding in the Holy Trinity Church in Philadelphia in 1798.
The slave revolts had begun in 1791 but by 1798 the situation appeared to be headed for a stable resolution. Under the former slave Toussaint L'Ouverture as governor general, Saint Domingue appeared to be once again at peace. Toussaint L'Ouverture had become governor general in 1796 and had pledged his loyalty to France. He received that commission from the French government as a reward for his protection of French interests in Saint Domingue. Thus, the colony was again under the French government's control and the Blondels decided to return to their plantation in Saint Domingue. This was four years before the events that caused the Blondel family to finally leave Saint Domingue for good.
On June 7, 1802, Napoleon, in his quest to build a new French empire in the Western Hemisphere and use Saint Domingue as a staging point for French expansion, arrested and imprisoned Toussaint L'Ouverture. Also, near this same time, Napoleon invaded Spain and placed his brother on the Spanish throne. The betrayal of L'Ouverture and the usurping of Spanish authority by Napoleon once again brought death and destruction to the colony of Saint Domingue. The Spanish people on the island attacked the French to extract revenge because the French government had placed a Frenchman on the Spanish throne. Also, the former slaves of the island attacked the French in retaliation for Napoleon's betrayal of L'Ouverture. If those two acts by Napoleon had not occurred, Antoine Blondel may have been able to raise his family in peace and safety in the Colony of Saint Domingue.
The Historical Society in Martinsburg, West Virginia has in their possession newspaper articles and other documents that report the story of the Blondel family that immigrated to the United States. On an evening in 1802, according to records in the Berkeley County Historical Society, the Blondel family avoided being killed because a loyal servant warned them of their impending doom. Rosella, the mother in the family hid herself and her children in the shallow water at the nearby sea coast. They were later picked up by a rescue boat. She took a ship with her children and sought refuge with friends in Philadelphia.
Antoine, who was away from home at the time, returned to find his family missing, his home burned and his property destroyed. He searched for his wife and children throughout the Caribbean. He later realized Rosella would contact their friends in the United States if she were alive and went there with that hope. His venture was rewarded as his family was miraculously reunited in Philadelphia.
Anthony Blondel (as his name was spelled in America) and his family first settled in Baltimore, Maryland. Anthony's and Rosella’s older son, Jean Marie (John M.) Blondel, married Catherine Aimee Celeste DuBois in Baltimore and began his family there. Both Anthony and John M. Blondel are listed in the Baltimore city directory that was published in 1817 and 1818. Some time before 1821, Anthony Blondel and his younger son, John Henry Blondel, moved to Martinsburg, Virginia. John Henry Blondel married Caroline Young and raised his family in Martinsburg.
In the years that Anthony's son John Henry Blondel, and grandchildren were in Martinsburg they prospered and became quite prominent. They acquired a substantial amount of property. There are two buildings once owned by the Blondel family still standing. The "Blondel Building" is a large building in Martinsburg that was called the "Brick House" when the Blondel family owned it and the "Richard Anthony Loche Blondel Home" is presently being restored. Richard Anthony Loche Blondel was one of John Henry Blondel's sons. The original "Blondel Mansion" owned by John Henry was razed to make way for the beautiful Shenandoah Hotel. The Shenandoah Hotel (now the Gateway Inn) opened for business in 1926.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Washington Post, Washington, D.C., November 5, 1910

HOWARD, H.H.'s plumbing establishment and the barbershop of M. ZILER and all of the contents of both were destroyed by fire yesterday morning when the "most destructive fire in Martinsburg in recent years" occurred. In addition to these merchant's businesses, a building occupied by the Perfection Garment Company and the foundry of T.E. Matthews &; Bros. were destroyed and the residence of John H. BLONDELL was partly burned. The total damage is estimated at about $20,000, with $10,000 covered by insurance. The loss on the two business buildings, which were owned by H.S. CUSHWA and George W. BUXTON, is $6,000, while Mr. BLONDELL's loss is about $2,000.


DEATH NOTICE - The Charleston Daily Mail, Charleston, Virginia, February 22, 1940

BLONDEL, John Henry, 92, Martinsburg's oldest resident and retired businessman, was laid to rest today.

Children of John Henry Blondel Jr. and Sarah Elizabeth Fitz

Citations

  1. [S3416] 1880 Federal Census, Berkeley County, West Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1400; FHL #1255400.

John Raymond Blondel1

M, b. 12 December 1878, d. after 27 April 1942
     John Raymond Blondel was also known as Jean Blondel. He was born on 12 December 1878 at Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV.1 He was the son of John Henry Blondel Jr. and Sarah Elizabeth Fitz.1 John Raymond Blondel married Emma Malissa Livezey on 21 June 1908 at Delaware Co., PA, no children. A first marriage record shows 25 MAY 1908. John Raymond Blondel died after 27 April 1942 WW II draft registration.

Citations

  1. [S3416] 1880 Federal Census, Berkeley County, West Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1400; FHL #1255400.

Mary E. Blondel

F, b. 15 September 1877
     Mary E. Blondel was born on 15 September 1877 at Gerrardstown, Berkeley Co., WV.1 She was the daughter of John Henry Blondel Jr. and Sarah Elizabeth Fitz.

Citations

  1. [S3416] 1880 Federal Census, Berkeley County, West Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1400; FHL #1255400.

Sarah Rosalie Blondel1

F, b. 6 April 1879, d. 29 March 1914
     Sarah Rosalie Blondel was born on 6 April 1879 at Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV.1 She was the daughter of John Henry Blondel Jr. and Sarah Elizabeth Fitz.1 Sarah Rosalie Blondel married George Shannon Hollida, son of George R. Hollida and Mary J. Rumbaugh, on 28 March 1899 at Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV. Sarah Rosalie Blondel died on 29 March 1914 at age 34. She was buried in 1914 at Green Hill Cemetery, Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV, Findagrave #87447524.

Children of Sarah Rosalie Blondel and George Shannon Hollida

Citations

  1. [S3416] 1880 Federal Census, Berkeley County, West Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1400; FHL #1255400.

Adelheid Blonier

F
     Adelheid Blonier married Peter Opplinger.

Child of Adelheid Blonier and Peter Opplinger

Ernest N. Blood

M, b. 1889, d. 1959
     Ernest N. Blood was born in 1889. He married Vera Evabelle Davis. Ernest N. Blood died in 1959. He was buried in 1959 at Cedar Memorial Park, Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA, Find A Grave Memorial# 129844842.

Child of Ernest N. Blood and Vera Evabelle Davis

Garland Lee Blood1

M, b. 9 September 1912, d. 4 May 1998
     Garland Lee Blood was born on 9 September 1912 at Linn Co., IA.1 He was the son of Ernest N. Blood and Vera Evabelle Davis. Garland Lee Blood married Lillian Catherine Kohl, daughter of Willis Clare Kohl and Goldie M. Carter. Garland Lee Blood and Lillian Catherine Kohl were divorced circa 1945. Garland Lee Blood died on 4 May 1998 at Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA, at age 85 A son of Ernest N. Blood and Vera E. Davis, Garland was an athlete and sportsman, playing all high school sports; he especially loved basketball and fishing.

He married Lila Mae Smith in 1945; they later divorced. He married Frances Klenk on October 31, 1964 at St. James Methodist Church in Cedar Rapids.

Garland worked for Merchant Motor Freight and later as branch manager for Burch Construction for 21 years. He was a member of Mizpah Lodge No. 639 Ancient Free & Accepted Masons.

He was survived by his wife Frances, three daughters, a son, ten grandchildren, several great-grandchildren, three brothers, a sister, and two sisters-in-law.

He was buried in May 1998 at Oxford Cemetery, Oxford, Johnson Co., IA, Find A Grave Memorial# 127558261.

Child of Garland Lee Blood and Lillian Catherine Kohl

Citations

  1. [S2309] 1940 Federal Census, Linn County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1177.

Jennie Blood1

F, b. 10 September 1869, d. after 3 April 1930
     Jennie Blood was born on 10 September 1869 at Marinette Co., WI.1 She married John S. Bond circa 1885.1 Jennie Blood died after 3 April 1930.

Child of Jennie Blood and John S. Bond

Citations

  1. [S3330] 1910 Federal Census, Stafford County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 458; FHL #1374471.

Jerilee Blood1

F, b. 12 April 1934, d. 11 April 2002
     Jerilee Blood was born on 12 April 1934 at Linn Co., IA.1 She was the daughter of Garland Lee Blood and Lillian Catherine Kohl.1 Jerilee Blood died on 11 April 2002 at age 67. She was buried in April 2002 at Cedar Memorial Park, Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA, Find A Grave Memorial# 178057469.

Citations

  1. [S2309] 1940 Federal Census, Linn County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1177.

Lucy Blood

F
     Lucy Blood married Mark Peasley.

Child of Lucy Blood and Mark Peasley

Caroline R. Bloom

F, b. 14 May 1851, d. 27 July 1908
     Caroline R. Bloom was also known as Callie. She was born on 14 May 1851 at Kenton, Hardin Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of Earhart Bloom and Juliana Faulhaber. Caroline R. Bloom married David Augustus Newcomb, son of John Watkins Newcomb and Hannah Shaw, on 23 November 1871 at Hardin Co., OH. Caroline R. Bloom died on 27 July 1908 at Kenton, Hardin Co., OH, at age 57. She was buried in July 1908 at Grove Cemetery, Kenton, Hardin Co., OH.

Child of Caroline R. Bloom and David Augustus Newcomb

Citations

  1. [S218] 1860 Federal Census, Hardin County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 983; FHL #803983.

Claude M. Bloom

M, b. circa 1892
     Claude M. Bloom was born circa 1892. He married Violet Adaline Albright, daughter of Simon Albright and Catharine Keep.1

Children of Claude M. Bloom and Violet Adaline Albright

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 649.

Earhart Bloom

M, b. 14 September 1818, d. 30 March 1905
     Earhart Bloom was born on 14 September 1818 at Hesse Kassel, Germany.1 He was the son of Michael Bloom and Barbara Calip. Earhart Bloom immigrated in 1833 to Shellsburg, PA; with his father. He married Juliana Faulhaber, daughter of Isaak Jakob Ludwig Faulhaber and Anna Louisa Munzinger, on 18 April 1844 at Tiffin, Seneca Co., OH, Marriage notice in "The Seneca Advertiser" April 26, 1844 edition page 3, column 2 -- MARRIED on the 18th inst., by the Rev. J. J. Beilharz, Mr. Erhart Bloom, and Juliana Faulhaber, both of Tiffin. Earhart Bloom died on 30 March 1905 at Buck Twp., Hardin Co., OH, at age 86 The History of Hardin County, Ohio -- Chicago; Warner, Beers & Co. 1883.

"EARHART BLOOM, farmer, P. O. Kenton, was born in Hesse, Germany, September 14, 1818, and is a son of Michael and Barbara (Calip) Bloom, who were natives of the same place. His mother died when he was six years old, and in 1833, he emigrated with his father to the United States, settling near
Shellsburg, Penn., thence moving the following year to Tiffin, Ohio. His father died there the same year, 1834, leaving five children, two of whom also died that year. John died in 1839, leaving Andrew and our subject the only survivors. The former is a resident of Tiffin, Ohio. Our subject is the youngest child,
and was reared principally on a farm. In 1841, he began working at molding in a foundry in Tiffin, and stayed here three years. In October of 1844, he came to Kenton, built a foundry, and was the first in Hardin County to make a plow; it was cast on the evening of the 3d of May, 1845. In 1856, he erected his present foundry, and remained in the business until June of 1877, employing at the commencement, eight hands, and closing with a force of fifteen hands. He manufactured plows and machinery, and kept a general repair shop. His foundry cost him about $4,000 and is situated on the corner of Main and North streets. The property is still owned by him, but he retired from the business in June, 1877. In February, 1879, he removed to his farm of 213 acres of land which he had purchased in 1864 and 1865. His brick residence was erected in 1879, at a cost of $3,000. He was married, April 18, 1844, to Julia A., daughter of Lewis and Louise Faulhaver. Ten childred resulted from this union, four living, viz.: John B.,
Matilda, Callie L., wife of David Newcomb, and Lewis P. Mr. Bloom's family attend the Presbyterian Church. In Politics, he is a Democrat; has held the office of Township Trustee for four years; has been a member of the School Board for three years, and of the City Council six years. He helped to found the
savings bank, of which he was a stockholder, and, with J. S. Robinson, built the first two miles and a half of pike ever made in Hardin County. He owns 213 acres of land besides the foundry buildings and town property, all secured by his own energy and exertion."

From "Centennial History of Hardin County, Ohio 1833 - 1933" found in Washington Co. Library, Marietta, OH:

"Kenton Foundry and Machine Works -- In 1844, Earhart Bloom established a small foundry on the southeast corner of Main and North Streets (now the site of the First Methodist Church) and there, on the 3rd of May, 1845, he made the castings of the first plow ever manufactured in Hardin County. In 1856, Mr. Bloom erected a two-story brick machine shop in front of the old frame foundry. Soon after, he built a brick foundry and blacksmith shop on the site of the old foundry and carried on the business until 1877, when he sold out to Lewis Bloom, John W. Born and David Newcomb. They manufactured
brick presses, field rollers and sawing machines. The present Methodist Church has occupied this site since 1890."

Hardin County, Ohio Death record Index:
Bloom, Earhart M Death Place-Buck Township Birth Place-Germany Farmer Cause-Old Age Vol. 3, Page 15, line 7. Found at Hardin County Courthouse; Kenton, OH; Aug, 2009.

Obit from "The Kenton Daily Democrat", Friday, March 31, 1905, Page 4, Col. 5 & 6; found at Kenton Library, Aug, 2009:
"EARHART BLOOM DEAD

Pioneer Manufacturer of Kenton Passes Away

Deceased Build First Foundery Here and Was Prominent Citizen For Many Years

Earhart Bloom is dead. This well known and highly esteemed German-American pioneer and citizen of the community, passed away at his home 2 1/2 miles south of Kenton, this norning at 2:30, old age having caused havoc in his health.
Mr. Bloom was 87 years old, and had been a resident in Kenton or vicinity since the '40's, or before the Mexican war.
Erhart Bloom built the first foundry in Kenton and conducted this and a machine shop with it for nearly forty years. He was one of the builders of Kenton, and his memory deserves,m as he enjoyed in life, the honor and esteem of our city.
He was born at Hesse, Germany, in May, 1818, and after his mother's death, he at the age of 18 years immigrated with his father to the United States.
They lived in Pennsylvania for two years and then moved to Tiffin, Seneca county where the boy became an apprectice in an iron foundry. He worked at his trade until a year or two after he was of age and then married Miss Julia A. Faulhaver, a Tiffin young lady and moved to Kenton.
Mr. Bloom arrived here in the early 40's, for the purpose of going into business for himself. He built a brick foundery and machine shop on north Main street on the lot now occupied by the Methodist church.
This was the first enterprise of the kind for our town. The first plow made in this vicinity was turned out by Mr. Bloom and sold to a Mr. Wagner of west of Kenton. Mr. Bloom conducted it most successfully many years; and in the year 1878 or thereabouts, he retired from business.
The old foundery and machine shop and the lot were sold to the Methodist church, and the thousands of bricks in the buildings were utilized in the construction of the church.
In politics Mr. Bloom was a Democrat. He held the office of township trustees for four years, was a member of the school board for three years and of the city council for six years. He helped to found the Kenton Savings bank and assisted in building the first two and half miles of pike made in Hardin county.
Mrs. Earhart Bloom passed to the great beyond several years ago, and most of the time since Mr. Bloom has resided with his children, four survive them. They are John B. Bloom, Louis P. Bloom, Mrs. Dave Newcomb and Miss Tillie Bloom.
The funeral will occur Sun., at 2 pm from the Bloom residence south of Kenton and will be officiated by Rev. Henry Katterjohn and Rev. W. M. Hindman. The burial will be made in Grove cemetery." He was buried in April 1905 at Kenton, Hardin Co., OH.

Children of Earhart Bloom and Juliana Faulhaber

Citations

  1. [S500] 1870 Federal Census, Hardin County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1219; FHL #552718.

Earhart M. Bloom

M, b. 29 October 1894, d. 26 December 1895
     Earhart M. Bloom was born on 29 October 1894 at Buck Twp., Hardin Co., OH. He was the son of Lewis P. Bloom and Mary J. McCann. Earhart M. Bloom died on 26 December 1895 at Buck Twp., Hardin Co., OH, at age 1 Diptheria. He was buried in December 1895 at St. Mary's Church Cemetery, Kenton, Hardin Co., OH.

Earl E. Bloom

M, b. August 1880, d. 28 June 1958
     Earl E. Bloom was born in August 1880 at Kenton, Hardin Co., OH. He was the son of Lewis P. Bloom and Mary J. McCann. Earl E. Bloom married Elsa W. Traeger, daughter of Benjamin Traeger, on 8 November 1905. Earl E. Bloom died on 28 June 1958 at Piqua, Miami Co., OH, at age 77. He was buried in 1958 at St. Mary's Church Cemetery, Kenton, Hardin Co., OH.

Children of Earl E. Bloom and Elsa W. Traeger

Edgar Bloom

M, b. 2 February 1900, d. February 1985
     Edgar Bloom was born on 2 February 1900 at Highland Co., OH. He married Vera Moselle Cadwallader, daughter of Ira Cadwallader and Nancy Ann Wilkin, on 18 June 1922 at Highland Co., OH. Edgar Bloom died in February 1985 at Hillsboro, Highland Co., OH.

Child of Edgar Bloom and Vera Moselle Cadwallader

Emma Jane Bloom

F, b. 1921, d. 1932
     Emma Jane Bloom was born in 1921 at Hardin Co., OH. She was the daughter of Karl Arthur Bloom and Margaret Elizabeth Carrothers. Emma Jane Bloom died in 1932 at Hardin Co., OH.

Frank Julius Bloom

M, b. 11 March 1882, d. 3 October 1969
     Frank Julius Bloom was born on 11 March 1882 at Kenton, Hardin Co., OH. He was the son of Lewis P. Bloom and Mary J. McCann. Frank Julius Bloom married Elizabeth L. (?) circa 1928. Frank Julius Bloom died on 3 October 1969 at Hardin Co., OH, at age 87.

Helen M. Bloom

F, b. 28 December 1909, d. 26 September 1996
     Helen M. Bloom was born on 28 December 1909 at Hardin Co., OH. She was the daughter of Earl E. Bloom and Elsa W. Traeger. Helen M. Bloom married Walter Mowery. Helen M. Bloom died on 26 September 1996 at Franklin Co., OH, at age 86.

James H. Bloom

M, b. 22 June 1912, d. 2 March 1995
     James H. Bloom was born on 22 June 1912 at Kenton, Hardin Co., OH. He was the son of Earl E. Bloom and Elsa W. Traeger. James H. Bloom died on 2 March 1995 at Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, at age 82.

John B. Bloom

M, b. 18 November 1846, d. 23 November 1922
     John B. Bloom was born on 18 November 1846 at Kenton, Hardin Co., OH.1 He was the son of Earhart Bloom and Juliana Faulhaber. John B. Bloom died on 23 November 1922 at Kenton, Hardin Co., OH, at age 76. He was buried in November 1922 at Grove Cemetery, Kenton, Hardin Co., OH.

Citations

  1. [S807] 1850 Federal Census, Hardin County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 692.