Aburn Family Notes
Montgomery & Miami Co Ohio
Whitley, Noble & Kosciusko Co IN

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Generation 1


John Aburn
died in Miami County Ohio c 1836
Unknown wife died c1835.
4 Known children (very Likely others)
	William Aburn   b 1825 Montgomery County Ohio
	Elizabeth Aburn b 1827 
	Mary Aburn      b c 1828
	Sarah Aburn     b 1834 Miami County Ohio


Generation 2

William Aburn son of John Aburn
born 25-June-1825 Montgomery Co Ohio
died 1-December-1902
moved in August 1860 to Noble Co. Indiana
Aged 74 in 1900 Census Noble County married 50 years
Married 23 May 1850 Miami Co Ohio to
Catharine Arnett daughter of W. David Arnett
born 14-September-1826 Miami County Ohio
Kathrine aged 73 in 1900 Census Noble County married 50 years
died 20-October-1904 Noble County Indiana
	Deceased
	David Aburn b 1853 Ohio
	Elizabeth Aburn m Carpenter
	Manda Aburn b 1848
	Tobias S. Aburn b 10-July-1854 Miami Co Ohio
	Mary E. Aburn b 1856
	Harriet Aburn b 1863
	Margaret Aburn b 1873 m ---- Harvey lived Otsego MI 1932


Elizabeth Aburn b 1827, Ohio daughter of John Aburn 
married 4 Mar 1845 Monroe Twp Miami Co Ohio to
Abraham Peck b 1825.  Children:
1.  Mary E Peck b 1846 Monroe Twp Miami Co Ohio 
2.  Rolandus Peck b 1848 Miami Co Ohio
       

Mary Aburn daughter of John Aburn
born 1839/1830 Montgomery Co Ohio
married 1849 Miami Co Ohio to
David Ditmer/Dittmer born 1827 Ohio    
    Calvin Ditmer born 1851 Miami County Ohio (1860 Miami Co Census)


Sarah Aburn daughter of John Aburn
born 8-Nov-1834 Miami County Ohio
Raised by aunt as infant and at age 3 given to 
Arnold and Elizabeth Carpenter who moved to Fayette Co Indiana
married 31-December-1852 to
Elisha Parker 'Parker' Linville 1831-1915 
born Sep 1831 at Franklin Co IN
died 6-December-1915 at Jonesboro, Grant Co Indiana
see the Linvill Family Website.
3 Children:
1   Cornelius Linvill 1854-1904
2   Ida M. Linvill 1857-
3   William Linvill 1860-


Generation 3


David Aburn b 1853 Ohio son of William and Catherine (Arnett) Aburn
Aged 47 in 1900 Census Noble County single
Aged 67 in 1920 Census of Noble County single



Manda Aburn daughter of William and Catherine (Arnett) Aburn
born 1858
died 1887 Whitley County Indiana
buried at Christian Chapel Cemetery at Merriam Noble County Indiana
m 8 Feb 1882 Noble County Marriages Vol 4 page 454
Francis M. Coulter son of William & Elizabeth (Jenkins) Coulter
born 6 Oct 1860 Whitley County Indiana
died 19 Jan 1940 Whitley County Indiana
buried at Christian Chapel Cemetery at Merriam Noble County Indiana
1.  William A. Coulter b 1883


Tobias Aburn son of William and Catherine (Arnett) Aburn
Born 10-July-1854 Miami County Ohio
died 28-August-1932 Columbia Township Whitley Co Indiana 
Whitley Couty Estate Packet 2519.  Columbia City Death Record 3:84]
buried 30-August-1932 Christian Chapel Cemetery, Merriam [Lot 4-16]
married 28-March-1878 Whitley County Indiana [Whitley County Marriage license 3:108]
Margaret N. Coulter daughter of William & Elizabeth (Jenkins) Coulter
born 27-September-1855 Whitley County Indiana 	  	
died 23-December-19130 Whitley County Indiana
Sonday Funeral Home Records
buried Christian Chapel Cemetery, Merriam [Lot 4-16]
2.  Elizabeth Aburn b 1879
1.  William F. Aburn b 1880


Mary E. Aburn daughter of William and Catherine (Arnett) Aburn
born 1856 
died 1882 
Daniel P. Ott son of George and Mary (Brown) Ott
Born 1854 Green Township, Noble County, Indiana 
Died 17 Jan 1930 Noble County, Indiana 
Married 9 October 1878, Noble County, Indiana
4 Children: 
1.  Florence E. Ott b 20 July 1879 Noble Co. Indiana
Married 13 Oct 1887, Noble County, Indiana (Marr Lic 5-4330
Lovina Davault daughter of Elisha & Delilah (Smith) Devault
Born 16-April-1875 Sparta Twp Noble County IN
died 6 Feb 1956 Noble county Indiana 
2.  Beulah May Ott b 1-June-1887 m Charles E. Franks
3.  Lela Roseline Ott b 6-May-1898 m Stanley Vincent Angel
4.  Georgia Ott b 6-May-1898 m Fay Leming
Lovina Davault Ott remarried to 
George W. Howard (Noble Co Marr Lic 26-81)

 
Harriet Aburn daughter of William and Catherine (Arnett) Aburn
Born 1863 Noble County Indiana
m
Thomas McNear
born c1858
1.  (female) born 7-30-1907 Noble County Birth A6-24


Margaret Aburn daughter of William and Catherine (Arnett) Aburn
b 1873 
Aged 27 in 1900 Census Noble County single
m 1904
Aged 47 in 1920 Census Noble County.
Clarence D. Betzner son of William Henry & Lavina Jane (Essig) Betzner 
born 1 Mar 1879 
died 3 Sep 1920 [WC Deaths P-2:24, City 1:52] 
Buried at Merriam Christian Chapel Cemetery Merriam Noble Co Indiana
1.  Ruth Betzner born 1910 Noble County
2.  Frank Betzner born 1914 Noble County
m2 ---- Harvey lived Otsego MI 1932
1920 Census of Noble County


Mary E Peck daughter of Elizabeth (Aburn) and Abraham Peck
b 1846 Monroe Twp Miami Co Ohio d 1923 Darke Co 
married 25 Feb 1864 Darke Co Ohio to 
Samuel H. Seaman 
1.  William H. Seaman b Aug 1864 Darke Co Ohio  d Dayton Montgomery Co OH


Rolandus Peck son of Elizabeth (Aburn) and Abraham Peck
b 1848 Miami Co Ohio
Married 3 Jan 1869 to 
Marila Wilkinson daughter of Sarah Wilkinson
1.  Emma D Peck b 16 Jan 1872 Darke co Ohio d Oct 1905
2.  William J. Peck b 3 Jun 1873 Van Buren Tp Darke Co Ohio
3.  Abraham Peck b c 1877 Franklin Tp Darke Co Ohio
4.  Bridget Elizabeth Peck b Nov 1878 Franklin Tp Darke Co Ohio
5.  Harriet Effie Peck b 24 Aug 1884 Van Buren Tp Darke Co Ohio
6.  Betsy Peck b 1886 Van Buren Tp Darke Co Ohio
7.  Charles Leroy Peck b 5 July 1888 Franklin Tp Darke Co Ohio 


Cornelius Linvill son of Elisha Parker & Sarah (Aburn) Linvill
1854-1904 —–— see the Linvill Family Website.
born 10 Jul 1854 Rush Co IN
died 03 Jan 1904 Smith Twp Whitley Co IN
married 10 Aug 1876 Whitley Co IN
Sarah Francis Leech 1849-1912 daughter of Samuel & Diana (Martin) Leech
see the Leech Family Website
born 18 Apr 1849 Smith Township Whitley Co IN
died 16 May 1912 Smith Township Whitley County IN
buried in Salem Cemetery Noble Co IN
Whitley County Deaths Book 2A page 60 81-12)
Sarah's first marriage was to Charles Winebrenner & one child
raised by Cornelius & Sarah Linvill
1  Edna V Winebrenner 1873-1955 
2  Eva Josephine 'Josephine/Josie' Linvill 1878-1908  
3  George W. Linvill 1878- 
4  Ocie Ora Linville 1880-1963 
5  Daisy Mae Linvill 1883-1915  
6  Cleveland Hendricks Linvill 1885-1951  
7  Arthur J. Linvill 1888-1949  
8  infant


Ida M. Linvill daughter of Elisha Parker & Sarah (Aburn) Linvill 
born 1857 (shown aged 21 in 1880 Census of Whitley Co IN
 

William Linvill son of Elisha Parker & Sarah (Aburn) Linvill
born 1860- (shown aged 19 in 1880 Census of Whitley Co IN



Generation 4

 
William A. Coulter son of Francis & Manda (Aburn) Coulter
born 16-Aug-1883 Whitley County Indiana
died 1950
married 7-November-1908 Whitley County Indiana [WC Marr Lic 7:376]
Florence M. Windle daughter of Peter & Cynthia (Gradeless) Windle
born 1-Aug-1890 Thorncreek Twp Whitley County Indiana
died 1968
both are buried in Chrisitan Chapel Cemetery, Merriam Noble County Indiana
     Carl F. Coulter born 14-April-1909 Whitley County Indiana
     Earl Coulter born c 1912 Thorncreek Township Whitley County Indiana
     Mary Coulter born c 1919 Thorncreek Township Whitley County Indiana
     Evan W. Coulter born c 1922 Thorncreek Township Whitley County Indiana
     

Elizabeth Aburn Graves daughter of Tobias & Margaret N. (Coulter) Aburn
married  25-February-1897 Whitley Co Indiana [Whitley County Marriage License 5:478]
Alexander Wesley'Eck' Graves son of James & Martha (Boyd) Graves
born 23 March 1874 Union township Whitley County Indiana
died 1946 Whitley County Indiana
lived near Columbia City in Columbia Twp. Whitley Co. Indiana
	Herbert Lloyd Graves b 29-Jan-1902
	Oscar Byron Graves b. 27-Apr-1908 Whitley County Indiana
 	Murray E. Graves b. 31-Aug-1915
	Floyd Lester Graves b. 1-Feb-1917
	

William F. Aburn son of Tobias & Margaret N. (Coulter) Aburn
born 2-Nov-1880 Green Township Noble County Indiana
died 18-Jan-1969 Columbia City Whitley County Indiana
Whitley Co Estate Packet E-69-33.  SS#- 315-32-0363 
married 12-November-1903 Whitley County [WC Mar Lic 6:438]
Iva M. Hawk daughter of Mathias W. & Eliza A. (Kimmel) Hawk
born 8-May-1886 Noble County Indiana
died 18-May-1967 Columbia City Whitley County Indiana SS#-315-32-0363 
1.  Earlin J. Aburn b 1905
2.  Dortha I. Aburn b 1907
3.  Harmon U. Aburn b 20-Jan-1910
4.  Donald A. Aburn b 2-Mar-1918


Florence E. Ott daugher of Daniel P. & Mary (Aburn) Ott
born 20 July 1879 Noble Co. Indiana
married 4-May-1907 Noble Co Indiana (Lic 10-111) to 
Thomas E. Schlotterback son of Ira & Sarah (John) Schlotterback
born  27-Oct-1882 Noble co Indiana
died 7-April-1964 Noble co Indiana
6 children & 1 Foster Child
1.  Sarah Schlotterback Truelove 
2.  Ira Schlotterback b 28-Aug-1908 (NC Births A8-26)
3.  Rachel Schlotterback McNeal b 1914
4.  Daniel W. Schlotterback b 2-Aug-1915 (births A9-98)
5.  Harry S. Schlotterback b 15-Sept-1917
6.  Franklin D. Schlotterback b 21-June-1920 (Births A11-5)
a.  Mary Prouty


Emma D Peck daugher of Rolandus & Marila Wilkenson
born 16 Jan 1872 Darke co Ohio 
d Oct 1905


William J. Peck son of Rolandus & Marila Wilkenson
born 3 Jun 1873 Van Buren Tp Darke Co Ohio


Abrahm Peck son of Rolandus & Marila Wilkenson
born c 1877 Franklin Tp Darke Co Ohio


Bridget Elizabeth Peck daughter of Rolandus & Marila Wilkenson
born Nov 1878 Franklin Tp Darke Co Ohio


Harriet Effie Peck daughter of Rolandus & Marila Wilkenson
born 24 Aug 1884 Van Buren Tp Darke Co Ohio


Betsy Peck daughetr of Rolandus & Marila Wilkenson
born 1886 Van Buren Tp Darke Co Ohio 


Charles Leroy Peck son of Rolandus & Marila Wilkenson
born 5 July 1888 Franklin Tp Darke Co Ohio 


Edna V Winebrenner daughter of Sarah Francis Leach 
raised by Cornelius Linvill
born 30-July-1873 Smith Township Whitley County Indiana 
died 28-October-1955 Columbia City Whitley County Indiana
marriage-#1  Noble County Indiana Otis L. Benner Widowed
marriage-#2  1-January-1897 Whitley County Indiana 
William A Black
born April 5, 1873 Lancaster Ohio
died 1957 Columbia City Whitley County Indiana
1.  Harry L. Benner

 
Eva Josephine 'Josie' Linvill daughter of Cornelius & Sarah (Leech) Linvill
born 3-Jne-1878 Smith Township Whitley County Indiana
died 4-December-1908 Smith Township Whitley County Indiana
Married 10-September-1896 Whitley County Indiana to
Ira Anderson
1.  Roscoe Anderson
3.  Willard Anderson
3.  Emery Anderson
4.  daughter Anderson


George W. Linvill son of Cornelius & Sarah (Leech) Linvill
born 17 Sep 1878 Smith Township Whitley County Indiana
Married 2 Sarah Anderson  (divorced)
Married 1 1928 to Minnie B Mabie / Schuder 
Elsie Linvill


Ocie Ora Linville daughter of Cornelius & Sarah (Leech) Linvill 
born 13-Sep-1880 Smith Twp Whitley Co IN 
died 18-May-1963 Columbia City Whitley Co IN 
married 18-Jul-1900 Collins Whitley Co IN
Frank Elbert Beck 1878-1966 
3 CHILDREN:
1  Harmon Cornelius Beck     1901-
2  Edna Louise Beck          1909- 
3  Phyllis Joann Bennett (Adopted Phyllis Joann (Bennett) Beck)


Daisy Mae Linvill daughter of Cornelius & Sarah (Leech) Linvill              
born 07-May-1883 Smith Twp Whitley Co IN
D: 16 Feb 1915 @ Andrews Huntington Co IN
Marriage-1  02 Apr-1901 Whitley Co IN Marr Application 1-27
Charles Webster Gradeless 1881-1959 Divorced
born 10 Oct 1881 @ Whitley Co Indiana
died 12 Aug 1959 @ Columbia City Whitley Co Indiana
2 Marriages  Charles Gradeless remarried Fanny Hartman 
Daisy Mae Linvill Gradeless remarried June 1905 Whitley Co Indiana to 
Milton Edward Hull 1865- Whitley Co Indiana
5 Children
1.  Walter Irvin Gradeless  1901-1976
2.  Frederick 'Freddie' Hull  
3.  daughter
4.  daughter
5.  Wanda Hull

 
Cleveland Hendricks Linvill son of Cornelius & Sarah (Leech) Linvill


Arthur J. Linvill son of Cornelius & Sarah (Leech) Linvill



Generation 5


Carl F. Coulter son of William & Florence (Windle)
 
born 14-April-1909 Whitley County Indiana
died 3-February-1984 
buried in Christian Chapel Cemetery, Merriam, Noble County Indiana



Herbert Lloyd Graves or Robert Loren Graves 
son of William & Elizabeth (Aburn) Graves
born 1-29-1902 
died 12-03-1911 [WC Death A4]

	
Oscar Byron Graves son of William & Elizabeth (Aburn) Graves
born 27-Apr-1908 Whitley County Indiana
died 8-June-1984 Columbia City Whitley County Indiana
married
Anna Nadine Rindfusz
born 17-January-1910
died 19-August-1985 Columbia City Whitley County Indiana
both buried in the Nolt Cemetery, Columbia City Whitley County Indiana
 	


Murray E. Graves son of William & Elizabeth (Aburn) Graves
born 31-August-1915 Whitley County Indiana [Harry E. Graves in WC Birth A10-1]
died 24-March-1992 Columbia City Whitley County Indiana
died 1992 Columbia City Whitley County Indiana
buried in the Eberhard Cemetery, Whitley County Indiana
married 
Mary E. Sheets
     Murray Michael Graves b 3-Feb-1950 Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana
     Barry Graves
     Lucy Graves Ruckman
married (2)
Violet M.
born 1917
died 1981


Floyd Graves son of William & Elizabeth (Aburn) Graves
born 14-January-1917 whitley County Indiana [WC Birth A 10-35]
died 20-February-1917 Whitley County Indiana [WC Death A5]
buried in Riverview Cemetery east of Churubusco [Allen Co., IN]
or died Jun 1985 Columbia City Indiana SS#316-28-2533


Earlin J. Aburn daughter of William & Iva (Hawk) Aburn
born 1-January-1905 Noble County Indiana
died 16-Sep-1948 Whitley County Indiana

  
Dortha I. Aburn daughter of William & Iva (Hawk) Aburn
Dortohy Auburn in newspaper but Dortha in family records.
born 13-Nov-1907 Noble County Birth Records  A8-4 
died 30-Dec-1996 Social Security Death Records #310-18-8974 

 
Harmon W. Aburn son of William & Iva (Hawk) Aburn
born 20-Jan-1910 Noble County Indiana birth Record A8-5 (recorded as Donald U. Aburn)
died 28-Nov-1976 South Whitley Indiana
WWII Veteran Railroad Retirement Board SS#  706-18-4495 

 
Donald W. Aburn son of William & Iva (Hawk) Aburn
born 2-Mar-1918 Churubusco Smith Twp Whitley Co IN from obituary
born 2-Mar-1918 Noble County Birth Record A8-5. (recorded as Donald A. Aburn)
died 17-December-2001 Millers Merry Manor Wabash IN
Social Security Number  	310-03-7504 
married 29-January-1942 South Whitley Whitley Co IN
Anita Jean Bentz
born 16-April-1921
died 25-Jan-1982 SS#  311-18-5764 
buried in the South Whitley Cemetery
1.  William Aburn
2.  Donna Aburn Richards


Sarah Schlotterback daughter of Thomas & Florence (Ott) Schlotterback
born 20 Oct 1907 Noble county Indiana (lic 24-323)
born 30 Oct 1997 (SS Death Records) 
died Mar 1994 Kendallville, Noble County, Indiana (SS Death Reacords)
Married 18 Jan 1930 Noble Co Indiana (lic 24-323_
Howard E. Truelove
born 14-Jan-1910 died 1978 in Rome City, Noble County, Indiana
1.  Albert Truelove b 14-Mar-1931 m Charlotte Reade
2.  Mary Truelove m Richard Macken 
3.  Emma I. Truelove b 11 Jan 1937 m William O Rosenogle
4.  Allen Truelove 

				
Ira S. Schlotterback son of Thomas & Florence (Ott) Schlotterback;
born 28-Aug-1908 Noble County
died Thursday 5-May-1983 Columbia City Whitley Co IN
Married(1) 21-June-1928
died 1991 buried Merriam Christian Chapel
Helen E. Gay daugher of Charles F. and Mary (Rhodabaugh) Gay
died 10-Sept-1978.  Children (10 not in order)
    Thomas Schlotterbak
    Ira S. Schlotterback Jr. 
    Roger L. Schlotterback
    Terry Schlotterback
    Kent L. Schlotterback
    Joann Schlotterback m Vaughn Weber
    Luella Schlotterback m Russel Kissinger
    Cholene Schlotterback m Herbert Anderson
    Linda Schlotterback m James Norris
    Sandra Schlotterback m Richard Goldner
Married (2) 24-May-1980
Lila Geiger


Rachel Schlotterback daughter of Thomas & Florence (Ott) Schlotterback
born 1914
m. 
Ralph McNeal
born 1912 Indiana
     Richard McNeal born c 1937 


Daniel W. Schlotterback son of Thomas & Florence (Ott) Schlotterback;
born b 2-Aug-1915 (births A9-98)
died 1991 buried Merriam Christian Chapel Cem.


Harry S. Schlotterback son of Thomas & Florence (Ott) Schlotterback;
born 15-Sept-1917 Noble Co Indiana
died 28-February-2004
Virginia L. Frederick daughter of Homer and Elva (Newman) Frederick
born 22-October-1921
died 2-February-1999
1.  Marna Jean Schlotterback born 16-Apri-1944
2.  Danny Lee Schlotterback born 5-Dec-1946
3.  Frederick 'Fred' Schlotterback born 22-October-1949
    Information supplied by Fred Schlotterback
    


Franklin D. Schlotterback son of Thomas & Florence (Ott) Schlotterback;
born 21-June-1920 Noble Co Indiana
Maried 30-Sept-1962
Mary K. Peterson

Mary Prouty foster daughter of Thomas & Florence (Ott) Schlotterback;

 
Harry L. Benner son of Otis & Edna (Winbrenner) Benner
Died Fort Wayne Indiana
Lawrence Linvill was pall bearer) 
buried Lindenwood Cem Fort Wayne IN)


Roscoe Anderson son of Ira & Josie (Linvill) Anderson


Willard Anderson son of Ira & Josie (Linvill) Anderson


Emery Anderson son of Ira & Josie (Linvill) Anderson


Harmon Cornelius Beck son of Frank & Ocie (Linvill) Beck  
Born 1901- 


Edna Louise Beck daughter of Frank & Ocie (Linvill) Beck  
born 1909-  


Phyllis Joann Bennett daughter of Frank & Ocie (Linvill) Beck  


Walter Irvin Gradeless son of Charles Webster & Daisy Mae (Linvill) Gradeless 
born 17-Nov-1901 Smith Twp Whitley Co Indiana
died 02-Aug-1976 Pierceton Kosciusko Co Indiana
buried in Riverside Cemetery Andrews Indiana
married 17 Sep 1919 Marion Grant Co Indiana (Clark Co License)to 
Lela Mae Bare 1902-1947 
born 26-Mar-1902 Polk Twp Huntington Co IN
died 01-Nov-1947 Wabash Co IN. buried in Riverside Cemetery, Andrews, IN
5 Children
1.  Ila Louise Gradeless        1920-1982 
2.  Elizabeth Gradeless         1923 -
3.  Charles Edwin Gradeless     1925- 1998 
4.  Harmon Willard Gradeless    1928-2002  
5.  Daisy Rebecca Gradeless     1942-1942 
Marriage-2 17 Feb 1951 at Macy Indiana to 
Ilene Ann Miller Collier Shrom 


Frederick 'Freddie' Hull son of Milton Edward & Daisy Mae (Linvill) Hull
lived in Andrews Indiana
married to 
1.  Mary Hull


Wanda Hull daughter of Milton Edward & Daisy Mae (Linvill) Hull
lived in California

Generation 6


Murray Michael Graves son of Murrey & Mary (Sheets) Graves
born 3-February-1950 Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana
died 25-August-2013 Parkview View North Hospital Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana
     Chad Graves
     Jodi Graves Langston


Albert Truelove son of Howard E. & Sarah Schlotterback
born 14-Mar-1931 
died
m Charlotte Reade
	Sandi Truelove m James Heronemus
	Sharon Truelove m Jimmi Grocock
	Sue Truelove m Stan Kostielney


Mary Truelove daughter of Howard E. & Sarah Schlotterback
married Richard Macken 


Emma I. Truelove daughter of Howard E. & Sarah Shclotterback
born 11 Jan 1937 
m William O Rosenogle


Allen Truelove son of Howard E. & Sarah Schlotterback


Marna Jean Schlotterback daughter of Harry & Virginia Scholotterback
born 16-April-1944 Wolf Lake Noble County Indiana
married 22-June-1968
Larry Donley
born 21-October-1943 LaGrange LaGrange County Indiana  
1.  Alicia Donley born 24-June-1969 Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana
    married 11-December-1996 
    Randy Straka born 19-December-1967 Defiance Ohio
    a.  Jakob Straka born 28-February-2000 Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana
    b.  Aidan Straka born 26-August 2002 Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana
2.  Amy Donley born 10-December1971 Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana
3.  Curtis Donley 31-July-1975 Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana 
    married 6-October-2001
    Dusanka Novakovix born 2-July-1976 Chicago Cook County Illinois
    A.  Daniela Donley born 22-October-2003 fort Wayne Allen County Indiana
    B.  Sasha Donley born 22-September-2005 Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana
    Information supplied by Fred Schlotterback


Danny Lee Schlotterback son of Harry & Virginia Scholotterback
born 12-May-1946 Wolf Lake Noble County Indiana
died 28-May-1970 VA Hospital, Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana  
    Information supplied by Fred Schlotterbackp


Frederick 'Fred' Schlotterback son of Harry & Virginia Scholotterback
born 22-October-1949 Wolf Lake Noble County Indiana
married 4-September-1951 
Mary Wert 28-June-1951 Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana 
1.  Jason Schlotterback born 22-March-1973 Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana
2.  Jodie Schlotterback born 5-September-1975 Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana
    married 21-October-2000  
    Richard Cieslinski born 4-November-1970 Apollo Pennsylvania  
    a.  Taylor Jane Cieslinski born 21-July-2001 Jacksonville Florida
    b.  Alexander James Cieslinski born 22-January-2003 Jacksonville Florida
    c.  Loren Mary Cieslinsk born 22-September-2006 Jacksonville Florida
Fred and Mary J. (Wert) Schlotterback were divorced 15-June-1991
Fred Schlotterback married (2) 28-December-1999 
Kathy Young born 29-May-1960 Huntington Huntington County Indiana
    Information supplied by Fred Schlotterback


Ila Louise Gradeless daughter of Walter & Lela (Bare) Gradeless
born 13-Apr-1920 Huntington Co IN 
died 14-Oct-1982 Guilford St, Huntington, Huntington Co., IN 
marriage-1 25 Nov 1941 Huntington Co., IN
Gene Lyle Miller 1923-1955 
1.  Martha Jean Miller 1943-1943 
2.  Nancy Jo Miller 1944- (
3.  Dean Edwin Miller 1946- 
Marriage-2: 27 Apr 1957 Weselyn Parsonage, Huntington, Huntington Co to
Harmon Otto Stensel 1913- 
4. Nora Eileen Stensel 1958- 


Elizabeth Gradeless  daughter of Walter & Lela (Bare) Gradeless
born 06 Apr 1923 Andrews, Huntington Co., Indiana 
LIVING AT: 9332 East Backwater Road North Webster, IN 46555 (219) 834-4266 F
married 17-Apr-1948 Methodist Church, Pierceton, Kosciusko Co., Indiana : 
Harold Allison Leach 1904- 
CHILDREN: 2 
1.  Alice Rebecca Leach 1952-1976  
2.  Walter Andrew Leach 1956- 


Charles Edwin Gradeless son of Walter & Lela (Bare) Gradeless
born 03-Jul-1925 Huntington Co Indiana
3 Marriages
M1 1946 Huntington Co IN to Evelyn Edith Garshwiler 1921  
5 Children
Evelyn Edith Garshwiler 1921 (RN=959)
B: 07 Jan 1921 @ Huntington Co IN
1.  Alan Willard Gradeless    1947- 
2.  David Edwin Gradeless     1948- 
3.  Christene Renee Gradeless 1954- 
4.  Carlene Rae Gradeless     1956- 
M2  to Francis ----- 
5.  Charles Edwin Gradeless   1966
m3 04 Nov 1972 Fulton Co IN to Evelyn Edith Garshwiler 1921 


Harmon Willard Gradeless son of Walter & Lela (Bare) Gradeless
born 21 Jul 1928 at Polk Twp Huntington Co IN 
died 9-April-2002 at St. Joseph Hospital, Marshfield WI
married 02 Sep 1948 at Pierceton Kosciusko Co IN 
Donna Maxine Mort 1930-  void divorce
void marriage to  Beverly Ann "Sue" Keplinger
on 13 Nov 1973 at Almond, Wisconsin.  children 3 
1) Donald E Gradeless 1949-
2) Steven Wayne Gradeless 1851-
3) Rex Lavern Gradeless 1957-


Generation 7

Martha Jean Miller 1943-1943


Nancy Jo Miller 1944-


Dean Edwin Miller 1946-


Nora Eileen Stensel 1958- 


Alice Rebecca Leach 1952-1976 


Walter Andrew Leach 1956- 


Alan Willard Gradeless


David Edwin Gradeless


Christene Renee Gradeless 


Carlene Rae Gradeless
1956- 


Charles Edwin Gradeless  1966 


Donald E Gradeless 


Steven Wayne Gradeless  


Rex Lavern Gradeless 1957-  


Mentone Gazette, Mentone, Kosciusko County, Indiana
3 Jan. 1891, Page 1: column 7

Mrs. Sarah Linville died Dec. 26,
1890; aged 56 years, 1 month and
18 days. Funeral Services were    
Held at the M. P. Church in Men-
  tone, conducted by the pastor,      
      Rev. J. W. Albright.                           

            Sarah Aburn, was born in Miami county, Ohio, Nov. 8, 1834. Her mother died when she was an infant and she was then taken by her aunt and cared for until she was three years old, then she was taken by her father and given to Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter to care for until she was of age. From Miami Co., Ohio, she moved with this family to Fayette county, Indiana, where she remained with them until married to E. P., Linville, Dec. 31, 1852. She then moved with her husband to Rush county, Ind., and in 1863 to Noble county where they remained for 22 years and then came to Kosciusko County where they lived until the time of her death. She united with the M. E., church when but a child, and after her marriage she went with her husband in the Christian church in which she lived a consistent Christian life, always discharging her duty, working and trusting in her blessed Savior. Almost the last words she spoke were her Savior's name and telling her children to meet her in heaven, and speaking of the goodness of God and how Jesus had been her support through life. She bore her sufferings patiently, and a few hours before her death she sang "There's no other friend like Jesus," and "Are you ready for the mansion over there?" She leaves a husband, two sons, one daughter and 8 grand-children to mourn the loss of a dear wife and mother

Mother will not return but to her we shall go,
When our days are numbered and finished Below;
And there reunited to part nevermore,
One son she shall sing, one Savior adore.

[Written in memory of Sister Sarah Linville,
by Mrs. John Albright and Mrs. John Miller.]


Mentone Gazette, Mentone, Kosciusko County, Indiana
9 December 1915, Page 4: Column 1

Local News

    — Elisha Linvill, who formerly lived in Mentone and with his son operated a saw-mill here, died Monday at his home at Jonesboro, Ind., where he had lived for a number of years. The remains were brought Wednesday for burial. His son and family and several auto loads of friends accompanied the body to this place..



Local History & Genealogical Abstracts from Jonesboro & Gas City Indiana Newspapers 1889-1920 by Ralph D. Kirkpatrick.
J = Jonesboro, GS = Gas City, M/M = Mr. & Mrs., s = son, Sch = School

LINVILLE, Ann - a schoolmate of Uriah S. Candy at The Candy Sch prior to 1861; still living (J6/8/17)

LINVILLE, Elisha - b Henry Co., 1831; s Jeremiah and Eunice; m Sarah Aburn (dec); lived in Jnsbr; d 6 Dec 1915; bur Mentone (J12/10/15; J12/10/20).

LINVILLE, Elisha 'Lasher' - b 27 July 1886; s M/M William Linville (J8/3/17)

LINVILLE, John Milton - b Grant Co. 23 Jan 1854; m 1st 7 Mar 1874 Malinda Parks (d 23 Apr 1912); m 2nd 17 Jul 1915 Elizabeth MORGAN; farmer E of GC; d 23 June 1917, but GC Cem (G6/29/17)

LINVILLE, Lee - last Sat. was his 35th birthday (J1/7/16)

LINVILLE, Millicent - North Grove Sch tcHR COLOR=BLACK 1915-16 (J8/27/15)

LINVILLE, Ralph - s Mrs. Lee Linville; recently given party for 9th birthday (J8/17/17)


Obituary Columbia City Post
Columbia City, Indiana January 9, 1904

Obituary

            Cornelius Linvill was born in Rush county, Indiana, July 10 1854. When he was 6 years his father moved with the family to the present neighborhood where he was raised to manhood, and was loved by all who knew him. At the age of 22 years he was united in marriage to Sarah Frances Leech, to whom seven children, were born, of which one has preceded him to that better land in infancy. He was converted to God 20 years ago through the sickness of the first son, who was very near death and he asked God to spare the child, and promised Him if he would that he would live a christian life. Since that time he has devoted his services to the cause of God. During his affliction of nearly eight years, he has loved his pain, which was most intense, with song and prayer. He was always cheerful during his sickness and was asking God for his divine aid, of which he has been wonderfully blest. In his last days when he foresaw that his work on earth was soon over, he called his family to his bedside to give them his last earthly advice, directing them how to do at the event of death. While he yet had his reasons, which fortunately remained with him until the end, he told them all how to dispose of the body at death, making every arrangement in detail himself. After which he told them that his life's work was ended and his prospects for heaven were sure and his peace with God had been made and that he was now ready for the master's call, and farther told them all to meet him in heaven. It seemed he could not go until he could see his father and brother who were hurrying to his bedside to get one last look at their loved one, the sister being unable to come, being sorely afflicted with disease. The mother preceded him thirteen years to that heavenly home leaving the same advice to her children. When father and brother arrived he was waiting to see them. He yet knew them and gave them a last word and told them also to meet him in heaven, and then said he was ready to go. Soon after going to sleep and continuing so til shortly before death. He leaves a wife, six children, five grandchildren, a father, sister and brother to mourn the loss. He died January 3rd, 1904, being 49 years, 6 months and 23 days old.

BROTHER

Columbia City Post, January 9, 1904

Donald E. Gradeless

Columbia City Newspaper clippings:

(1920)

THE LINVILLE REUNION.

      Thirty-eight relatives met that the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland H. Linvill, of Smith township, Sunday to hold their first reunion. A fine dinner was served at the noon hour to which all did ample justice. To top off the fine eats watermelons were served, furnished W. A. Black and wife, of Fort Wayne. They all agreed to meet again next year the first Sunday in August at the home of Frank Beck.
      The following named relatives were present: Arthur Linvill and family, Frank Beck and Family, C. H. Linvill and family, Frank Leech and family, Sam Ross and family, Albert Leech and wife, Tobias Aburn and wife, Miss Leona Leech, all of this county; W. A. Black and wife, Chas. Gaff and wife, Mrs. and Mrs. Dye and family and Roscoe Anderson all of Fort Wayne, Miss Dora Linvill, of Jonesboro, Ind., and Mrs. Eva Brubneer, of Waterloo, Iowa.

A GUEST.      
Miss Dora Linville, of Jonesboro, Ind. came Saturday to send several days with C.H. Linvill and family and other relatives in this county.

(1923)

Linvill and Leech

      The fourth annual reunion of Linvill and Leech families was held Sunday, August 5th, at the home of Arthur Linvill in Richland township. The main feature of the day being the big dinner as all present brought well filled baskets. Mr. and Mrs. Linville prepared a large table out by their orchard where the table was loaded with all kinds of good eats. the dinner was served cafeteria style and all did ample justice to it. The entertainment was given following the dinner, also ice cream was served to all. The next reunion will be held at the home of Wm. Linville, Jonesboro, Ind., the first Sunday in August 1924. Officer chosen for he coming years were" George Linvill, president, Albert Leech, treasurer, and Harmon Beck, secretary. Program Committee, Thelma Leech, Edna Beck, Mildred and Francis Linvill.
      Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leech, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Black, Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Auburn, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Linvill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Linvill and family, Mr. and Mrs Lamb, Mrs and Mrs. Frank Leech, Elmer Leech, Orville Ross, John Leech, Thelma Leech, Edna Beck, Mildred, Leah, Francis and Robert Linvill, Harmon Beck and wife, George Linville and wife, Pearl Jacquay and family, all of Fort Wayne, Mrs. Elisha Linvill and family of Fairmont, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Linvill and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Minnic, of Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ross, of Goshen, Leonard Lewis and Family of Florence, Kas.


(1927)

Linville and Leech Reunion

      The 8th Annual reunion of the Linvill and Leech families was held Sunday at the home of Mr. an Mrs. Frank E. Beck, of Smith Township.
      A basket dinner was served at the noon hour and a short business session followed, with the election of officers, namely: Mrs. Roscoe Anderson, Fort Wayne, president; Mr. Harmon Beck, Thorncreek township, vice-president; and Mrs. Frank E. Beck, Secretary and treasurer; Arrangement committee: Mrs. W. A. Black, Mrs. Frank E. Beck, and Mr. Roscoe Anderson. The afternoon was spent in visiting, and ice cream was served.
      Those present were: Mr and Mrs. Elisha P. Linvill and family, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Linvill, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Linvill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lewis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Sapp and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Minnick of Jonesboro, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Linvill and family of Rochester, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gaff and granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gaff, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Anderson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson and daughter of Fort Wayne, Mrs. and Mrs. Sam Ross and Son and Mr. Roy Osborne of Goshen, Ind., Mr. George Linvill of Peru, Mr. and Mrs. Burt McDaniel and Family of Garrett, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leech, Mr and Mrs. Frank Leech, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Killian and son, Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Aburn, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Searfoss, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Black, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Linvill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Beck, and Laurence Linvill, Forest Linvill, Orville Ross, Leah Linvill, Mildred Linvill, Edna Louise Beck, Frances Linvill, Robert Linvill, Edwin Linvill, Emery Anderson, John Leech and Emery McDaniel.

A SECRETARY.      

(1928)

The Linville and
Leech Reunion

     The ninth annual reunion of the Linvill and Leech families was held Sunday, Aug. 5, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Linvill of Smith township. There were about 65 people in attendance. At the noon hour a bounteous dinner was served in the bank barn on account of the rain. After dinner a short program was given and a business meeting was held and the minutes of the last reunion were read by the secretary, Mrs. Frank Beck. The officers for the coming year were elected as follows: President, Samuel Ross of Goshen; vice president, Burt McDaniel of Garrett; secretary and treasurer, Cleveland Linvill; program committee; Edna Louise Beck, Francis and Mildred Linvill; arrangement committee, Geo Linvill of Warsaw.
     Those present were Mrs. Geo. Linvill, Minnie and Lillie Linvill, Ethel Neuman and Leroy Brown of Anderson, Ind.; Mrs. and Mrs. Samuel Ross and son of Goshen, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Linvill of son of Warsaw, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Beck, Mr. and Mrs Burt McDaniel and family of Garrett, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pyrl Jacquaw and family, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Anderson and family all of Ft. Wayne, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Killian and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crabill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Crabill, Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Beck and daugher, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leech, Francis, Forrest, George and Harry Linvill, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leech, Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Aburn and Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Linvill and family all of Whitley county.      


Whitley County Death Records
Tobias S. Aburn

#96-322  Aburn, Tobias S.
         Male white widowed retired farmer
         Died 8-28-1932 in Columbia Twp. at 1 a.m.
         Born 7/10/1854 in Ohio
         Aged 78-1-18
         Wife Margaret Coulter Aburn
         Father William Aburn born Ohio
         Mother Katherine Arnett born Ohio
         Informant, Eck Graves, City
         R. Lobar pneumonia - Chronic interstitial nephritis
         B. F. Strickler, M.D., City
         Buried August 20, 1932 in Christian Chapel Cemetery,
                                   Merriam Noble Co., Ind.
         F. M. Sonday, Funeral Director, Churubusco, Ind.
         Filed: September 3, 1932 -  Book 3 - Page 84

No death record in Whitley Co for Margaret Aburn
Contributed by Dean Miller.


1850 Census of Fayette Co Indiana

1850 Census of Fayette Co Indiana
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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE SCH.
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Page 186B:
22 261 265 CARPENTER Arnold    49 M Carpenter   2,000    RI
23 261 265 CARPENTER Elizabeth 39 F                      Del
24 261 265 CARPENTER George    19 M Carpenter            Ohio X
25 261 265 CARPENTER Joseph    16 M Clerking             Ohio
26 261 265 CARPENTER Charles   13 M                      Ohio X
27 261 265 CARPENTER William   10 M                      Ohio X
28 261 265 ABURN Sarah         15 F                      Ohio X

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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE SCH.
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Orange Twp Page 261B
29  96  97 LINVILLE W. D.      32 M Farmer      1,000    Ky
30  96  97 LINVILLE Mary       29 F                      Ind
31  96  97 LINVILLE E. J.       9 F                      Ind X
32  96  97 LINVILLE M. C.       7 F                      Ind X
33  96  97 LINVILLE J. A.       5 M                      Ind
34  96  97 LINVILLE L. L.       3 M                      Ind
35  96  97 LINVILLE Sarah M.    1 F                      Ind
36  97  98 LINVILLE James H.   24 M Farmer               Ind
37  97  98 LINVILLE Dinah J.   22 F                      Ind

1850 Census of Whitley Co Indiana

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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE SCH.
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34 206 211 Coulter William     39 M Farmer      1,500     Ohio
35 206 211 Coulter Elizabeth   22 F                       Ohio
36 206 211 Coulter George       4 M                       Ohio
37 206 211 Coulter John         2 M                       Ohio
38 206 211 Coulter Evan       6/12 M                      Indiana



1860 Census of Franklin Co Indiana


1860 Census Laurel Township Franklin Co IN August 4, 1860:

949 875 Parker Linville   27 M Day Laborer           Ind
        Sarah       "     25 F                       Ind
        Cornelius   "      6 M                       Ind
        Ida M.      "      3 F                       Ind.
        William     "   1/12 M                       Ind
        Jeremiah Linville 64 M Day Laborer           Ky
        Unice       "     50 F                       Ind
        Elizabeth   "     14 F                       Ind
        Jeremiah    "     12 M                       Ind
        Morgan      "     10 M                       Ind
950 876 Samuel Coulter    35 M Farmer      3000  600 Ireland
        Ellen             35 F                       Scotland
        James             43 M                       Ohio
        Joseph            19 M                       Ind.
        Elizabeth         16 F                       Ind.
        John              13 M                       Ind.

1860 Census Union Township Miami County Ohio 
Post Office Milton. Page 44 27 July 1860
313 295 David Arnett      39 M Farmer      2000 1000 Ohio
        Sarah Arnett      25 F                       Ohio
        Joseph Arnett      4 M                       Ohio
        Elizabeth Arnett   3 F                       Ohio
        Harriet Arnett     2 F                       Ohio

316 298 David Arnett      57 M Farmer      6400  800 Pennsylvania cannot read & write
        Margaret Arnett   52 F                       Maryland
        William Arnett    15 M Farm Laborer          Ohio attended school
        Harriet Arnett     9 F                       Ohio attended school

317 299 Henry Arnett      28 M Farmer      2000  750 Ohio Cannot read & write
        Elizabeth Arnett  36 F                       Ohio cannot read & write
        William Vardman   11 M                       Ohio attended school
Page 45 (or 369), 27 July 1860:
        Margaret ARnett    3 F                       Ohio
        David Arnett    4/12 M                       Ohio
        Elizabeth Peck    15 F Domestic              Ohio attended school

319 301 David Ditmer      33 M Black Smith  100  600 Ohio
        Mary Ditmer       30 F                       Ohio
        Calvin Ditmer      9 M                       Ohio attended school




1880 Whitley County Census Records


Thorn Creek, Whitley, Indiana Film T9-0324 Page 378B
E.P. LINVILL        Self M M W 48 IN Farmer         KY NJ
Sarah LINVILL       Wife F M W 45 OH Keeping House  PA PA
Ida May LINVILL     Dau  F S W 21 IN Keeping House  IN OH
William LINVILL     Son  M S W 19 IN                IN OH

Smith, Whitley, Indiana Film T9-0324 Page 397B
Cornelius LINVILLE  Self M M W 25 IN Farmer  ---   ---
Sarah F. LINVILLE   Wife F M W 28 IN Keeping House  OH NC
Josephene LINVILLE  Dau  F S W  3 IN                IN IN
George LINVILLE     Son  M S W  1 IN                IN IN
Edna V. WINEBRENNER SDau F S W  7 IN At School      IN IN

Whitley County Cemetery Records
South Whitley Cemetery

http://home.whitleynet.org/genealogy/cem_cl.htm

Aburn Anita J - b. April 16 1921 d. Jan 25 1982 Don - SW-R-10-1-2
Aburn Don W - b. March 2 1918 Anita - SW-R-10-1
Aburn Dortha I - b. 1907 d. 1996 - SW-N-8-5
Aburn Earlin J - b. January 1 1905 d. Sept 16 1948 - SW-N-8-2
Aburn Harmon U - b. 1910 d. 1977 - SW-N-8-4
Aburn Iva M - b. 1886 d. 1967 William Mother - SW-N-8-3
Aburn William F - b. 1880 d. 1969 Iva Father - SW-N-8-3


Whitley County Will Records


http://home.whitleynet.org/historical/raber04.htm
Record 2 Page 219. 
William Coulter of Whitley County, Indiana. 
To wife, Elizabeth. 
To daughters: Margaret Ann, Miriam. 
To son, Franklin Coulter. 
Signed 27 October 1874. William Coulter (SEAL) 
Witnesses: Alpheus B. Gaff, Wm. Aburn. 
Sworn to and subscribed on 19 Feb 1877 before James Reider, Clerk



Whitley County Marriage Records


ABURN, Tobias        Margaret COULTER    March 28, 1878       3:108
ABURN, William F     Iva Mae HAWK        November 12, 1903    6:438
ABURN, Elizabeth E   Alexander GRAVES    February 25, 1897    5:478
COULTER, Ernest      Pearl A WINDLE      November 16, 1901    6:273
COULTER, Evan        Sabie ZUMBRUM       March 6, 1900        6:118
COULTER, Francis M   Arminda STAHL       June 22, 1893        5:199
COULTER, James       Amanda HYRE         June 19, 1873        2:285
COULTER, Lawrence O  Ollie J MCLAIN      March 11, 1908       7:334
COULTER, Margaret    Tobias ABURN        March 28, 1878       3:108
COULTER, William A   Florence WINDLE     November 7, 1908     7:376
GRAVES, Alexander    Elizabeth E ABURN   February 25, 1897    5:478
HAWK, Iva Mae        William F ABURN     November 12, 1903    6:438

Whitley County Death Records


Aburn, Tobias S      28 Aug 1932     Columbia City Deaths   3:84
Coulter, Amanda      30 May 1909     Whitley Co Deaths    2-A:17
Coulter, Evan        17 Mar 1911     Whitley Co Deaths    2-A:42
Coulter, Evan        17 Mar 1911     Churubusco Deaths      1:11
Coulter, George W    13 Jul 1917     Whitley Co Deaths    2-B:31
Coulter, John        17 Dec 1889     Whitley Co Deaths    1-A:90
Coulter, Margaret    30 Oct 1918     Churubusco Deaths      1:1
Coulter, Jno          7 Dec 1889     Whitley Wills           46 

Whitley County Estate Packets

ABURN, Harmon U       1977  Packet Number     E-77-144
ABURN, Margaret A     1931  Estimate          2386
ABURN, Tobias         1933  Craig Index       2519
ABURN, William F      1969  Packet Number     E-69-33 
COULTER, Amanda       1910  Craig Index       873 
COULTER, Elizabeth    1912  Craig Index       876
COULTER, Evan         1912  Craig Index       969
COULTER, John J       
COULTER, Maggie E     1920  Craig Index       1409

Whitley County Guardianships 1844-1925

COULTER, Amanda       1913     0522
COULTER, Evan         1918     0606
COULTER, John         1904     0225
GRADELESS, Margaret   1866     0023
GRADELESS, Nathan     1887     0545
GRADELESS, Sarah E.   1887     0169
LEECH, John W.        1910     0238
LEECH, Samuel         1884     0468
LINVILL, Sarah F.     1923     0615
LINVILL, Walter H.    1925     0787
WAUGH, David          1918     0683
WAUGH, Levi           1900     0222

Whitley County Marriage Application Records

Shows that Manda Aburn was born in Noble Co IN and was the mother 
of William Coulter born 16 Aug 1883 in Whitley Co Indiana

2-240 Groom:  William A. Coulter
      Color: White Born: Whitley Co Date: 16 Aug 1883
      Residence: Smith Twp Occupation: farmer
      Other Support: - Kin: no.
      Father: Francis W. Coulter Color: White Born: Whitley Co
      Occupation: Farmer Residence: Whitley Co
      Mother: Manda Aburn Color: White Occupation: housewife
      Birthplace: Noble Co Residence: Dead
      Inmate: no Support: - First Marriage: yes How Often: -
      Dissolved: - How: - When: -
      Disease: no Unsound: no
      Witness: Francis W. Coulter Dated: 7 Nov 1908
      
      Bride: Florence Windle
      Color: White Born: Thorncreek Twp Date: 1 Aug 1890
      Residence: Thorncreek Twp Occupation: housekeeper
      Father: Peter Windle Color: White Born: Thorncreek Twp
      Father's Occupation: farmer Residence: Thorncreek Twp
      Mother: Cyntha Gradeless Color: White Occupation: housewife
      Her birthplace: Thorncreek Twp Residence: Thorncreek Twp
      Inmate: no First Marriage: yes How Often: -
      Dissolved: - How: - When: -
      Disease: no Unsound: no
      Witness: Francis W. Coulter Dated: 7 Nov 1908
      For License see Marriage Record Volume 7 Page 376

Columbia City Post
Tuesday, December 23, 1930
Page 1

MRS. MARGARET
ABURN DIES AT
FT.WAYNE TODAY

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AT THE LUTHERAN HOPSITAL ——
HAD BEEN THERE FOR 12 WEEKS
SUFFERING FROM BROKEN HIP.
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        Mrs. Margaret N. Aburn, 75, died at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne Tuesday morning at 7 o'clock. She had been there for twelve weeks suffering from a fractured hip, and two weeks ago and this morning she was stricken with apoplexy.
        Mrs. Margaret Aburn was born in Whitley county September 27, 1855, to Walter and Elizabeth Coulter and in March, 1878, was untied in marriage to Tobias Aburn, One son, William Aburn, of South Whitley and a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Graves , of near Columbia City survive; also a brother living in Whitley County, and seven grandchildren.
        Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday morning at the Christian Chapel Church, Rev. Bert Paige, pastor, officiating. Burial will take place in the church cemetery.



Columbia City Post
Monday, August 29, 1932
Page 1

TOBIAS ABURN
DIES AT HOME
OF DAUGHTER

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LIVED FOR MANY YEARS ON THE WHITLEY-NOBLE COUNTY LINE  —DEATH DUE TO PNEUMONIA—     SON AND DAUGHER SURVIVE—   FUNERAL AT CHRISTIAN CHA-    PEL CHURCH TUESDAY AFTER-      NOON.
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        Tobias Aburn, 78, a prominent farmer residing for many years on the Whitley- Noble county line, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Eck Graves, south of Columbia City at 1 o'clock Sunday morning.
        Surviving relatives are the daughter and one son, W. F. Aburn of South Whitley, and one sister, Mrs.. Margaret Harvey of Otsego, Mich.. the wife of the deceased, Margaret Coulter Aburn, died one year ago last December. Since the death of his wife Mr. Aburn had resided with his daughter.
        At the time of his death Mr. Aburn still owned his farm on the Whitley-Noble county line where he lived for many years and which joined his father's farm in Noble county.
        The deceased was a highly esteemed neighbor and friend and a devout member of the Merriam Christian Chapel Church where funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Marion Shroyer, officiating. Interment will be made in the church cemetery.



Columbia City Post
Monday, January 20, 1969
Page 2

Services Tuesday
For William Aburn

        William Aburn, 88, of 109 N. Jefferson street, South Whitley died at 10:40a.m. Saturday at the Whitl3y County Hospital where he had been a patient for one week.         Mr. Aburn was born in Whitley county on November 2, 1880 to Tobias and Margaret Coulter Aburn.
        He lived in South Whitley his entire life and was a member of the Church of God.
        Survivors include a daughter, Miss Dorothy Aburn of South Whitley and two sons, Harmon of South Whitley and Donald of Huntington; four grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.
        Mr. Aburn's wife Iva Preceded him in death in 1966.
        Friends may call at the Miller Funeral Home in South Whitley when services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday with the Rev. Ross Cook officiating.
        Burial will be in the South Whitley Cemetery.




Columbia City Post
Tuesday, November 29, 1977
Page 6

>Harmon W. Aburn

        Harmon W. Aburn, 67, of 1909 North Jefferson Street, South Whitley, died at 11:15 a.m. Monday, November 28, at his home from a heart attack.
        Born January 20, 1910, in Noble county, he was a son of William and Ina Hawk Aburn.
        Mr. Aburn was an employee of International Harvester in Fort Wayne for 29 years, retiring in January of 1972. He was a World War II veteran and was a member of the Columbia City American Legion Post.
        Survivors include a sister, Dorothy Aburn of South Whitley, and a brother, Don W. Aburn of Huntington.
        Services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Miller Funeral Home in South Whitley. Friend may call there after 6 p.m. today.         Burial will be in the South Whitley Cemetery.




Columbia City Post
Friday, January 3, 1997
Page 6

Aburn Service

        The funeral service for Dortha I. Aburn, 89 was Thursday, Janaury 2, 1997 at Smith and Sons Miller Chapel, South Whitley, wit the Rev. J. Phillip Blake, officiating.
        A variety of raditional hymns were played for the service
        Burial was at South Whitley Cemetery, with relatives servig as pallbearers.
        Ms. Aburn died December 20, 1996.




Columbia City Post
Wednesday, December 19, 2001
Page 2

Don W. Aburn, 83
March 2, 1918 - December 17, 2001

        Don W. Aburn, 83, of Wabash, died Monday, December 17, 2001 at Miller's Merry manor East in Wabash.
        Born on March 2, 1918 in Churubusco, he was a son of William F. and Iva Mae (Hawk) Aburn.
        On January 29, 1942, he was united in marriage to Anita Jean Bentz in South Whitley. She died January 25, 1982.
        A longtime Whitley County resident, he lived in Wabash for the past year, moving from Converse.
        He worked for Phelps Dodge Magnet Wire Company in Fort Wayne for 27 years, retiring in 1980.
        A World War II Army veteran, he was a life member of Columbia City American Legion Post.
        Survivors include a son, William (Pat) Aburn, Kokomo; a daugher, Donna (Gregg) Richards, Wabash; five grandchildren, Ricky Aubrn, Teresa (Scott) Dinkins, Tonia Richard, Traci Aburn, and Tiffany richards and two great-grandchildren.
        In addition to his paretns and wife, he was preceded in death by two brothers and a sister.
        The funeral service is 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 20 at Grandstaff-Hentgen Manchester Avenue Chapel, Wabash, with Tony Thomas officiating. Visitation is 5 to 7 p.m. today at the funeral home. Burial is at South Whitley Cemetery, South Whitley.
        Preferred memorials may be made to the American Heart Association or National Kidney Foundation.



Noble County Marriage Records
All Noble County references from the Noble County GenWeb Site.

Aburn Harriet      ca 1863 McNear Thomas      Aburn William   Arnett Catharine 25 Oct 1883 5-50
Aburn Manda [Manda]   1858 Coulter Frank M    Aburn William   Arnett Catharine  9 Feb 1882 4-454
Aburn Margaret        1873 Betzner Clarence D Aburn William   Arnett Catharine 15 Jul 1904 8-481
Aburn Mary E          1856 Ott Daniel P       --               --              10 Oct 1878 4-92
Betzner Clarence D    1879 Aburn Margaret     Betzner William Essick Levina    15 Jul 1904 8-481
Coulter Frank M [W]   1859 Aburn Manda        Coulter William Jenkins Elizabeth 9 Feb 1882
McNear Thomas      ca 1857 Aburn Harriet      McNear Philip   Williams Rebecca 25 Oct 1883
Ott Daniel P      Jan 1854 Aburn Mary E,      Ott George      Brown Mary       10 Oct 1878
Ott Daniel P      Jan 1854 Davault Lovina     Ott George      Brown Mary       13 Oct 1887
Ott Florence E 20 Jul 1879 Schlotterback Thomas  Ott Daniel   Aburn Mary                   10-101

(Clarence D. Betzner born 1 Mar 1879 died 3 Sep 1920 
                     son of William Henry & Lavina Jane (Essig) Betzner)

Noble County Birth Records

Aburn Don A      3-02-1918  William      Hawk Iva           A10-64
Aburn Dortha I  11-13-1907  William T    Hawk Iva M         A8-4
Aburn Harmon U   1-20-1910  William      Hawk Iva M         A8-59
Graves Floyd L   1-14-1917  Alexander W  Aburn Elizabeth E  A10-35
Graves Harry E   8-31-1915  Alexander W  Aburn Elizabeth E  A10-1
McNear (Female)  7-30-1907  Thomas       Aburn Harriet      A6-24


Noble County Will Index

Aburn William, Spouse: Catharine Aburn -  Will Book 5  

(William Aburn died December 1, 1902)

Noble County Cemeteries


Oak Park Cemetery Ligonier - Part 1  	
Perry Township, Section 27, along the east side of State Road 5, 
just north of U. S. Route 6 at the south side of Ligonier. 
Beginning: At the northwest corner of each section

Catharine Aburn (w/o William) Sep 14, 1826-Oct 20, 1904  B1
William   Aburn               Jun 25, 1825-Dec  1, 1902  B1


Christian Chapel
Noble Twp, Northwest corner of Section 25, one-half mile north of Merriam, 
bordered by U. S. Route 33 and County Road 400S. 
Beginning: At the northwest corner of each of eight sections.

Margaret  Aburn         1855-1930      Christian Chapel Merriam     4-16
Tobias    Aburn         1854-1932      Christian Chapel Merriam     4-16

Noble County Death Records


Name               Birth     Death    Father             Mother
Catherine Aburn  9-14-1826 10-20-1904 Arnett W David     --              A2
William   Aburn  6-25-1825 12-01-1902 Aburn John         --              A2
Herbert L Graves 1-29-1902 12-03-1911 Graves Alexander   Aburn Libby     A4
Loyde Graves     1-14-1917  2-20-1917 Graves Alexander W Aburn Elizabeth A5

Sonday Funeral Home Records, Churubusco, Indiana 1906-1932
Compiled by Lenore Ellen Geirge and Ruth Arehart
Churubusco, Indiana 1984:
Aburn, Elizabeth see--Graves, Alexander

Aburn, Tobias S.--(William Aburn and Katherine Arentt) b.
    10 July 1854, Ohio, d. 28 Aug. 1932, pb. Christian Chapel;
    m. Coulter, Margaret--(William Coulter and Elizabeth
    Jenkins) b. 27 Sept. 1855, Whitley Co., d. 23 Dec. 1930,
    pb. Christian Chapel
    
Aburn, William--b. Ohio; m. Arnet, Katherine, b. Ohio, ch.--
     Tobias S. 1854-1932
     
Graves, Alexander--b. Whitley Co.; m. Aburn, Elizabeth,
     b. Whitley Co., Ch.--Lloyd 1917, Herbert Lorn
     1902-1911
     
Graves, Lloyd--(Alexander Graves and Elizabeth Aburn)
     b. 14 Jan. 1917, Noble Co., d. 20 Feb. 1917, pb
     Riverview
     
Graves, Robert Loran--(Alexander Graves and Elizabeth
     Aburn) b. 22 Jan. 1902, d. 31 Dec. 1911, pb.
     Riverview


1870 Census Noble County
Orange Township     Page 220-261
Bloomfield, Elias   52 
Bloomfield, Hiram   28 
Bloomfield, Henry   26 
Bloomfield, Isamiah 22 
Bloomfield, Sarah   21 
Bloomfield, Jackson 10 
Bloomfield, Pardela  8 
Bloomfield, Aburn    2 

1874 Atlas of Noble County
Land Owners of Noble Township:  Aburn William

1880 Census Noble County
Noble Township     Page 533b-96
Aburn, William     55
Aburn, Catharine   52
Aburn, David       26
Aburn, Manda       22
Aburn, Harriet     14
Aburn, Margaret     7

10 Jun 1880 Noble Township, Noble County, Indiana Page 10
96 99 Aburn William   W M 55          Farmer           Ohio Penn Penn
            Catharine W F 52 Wife     Keeping House    Ind. Ohio Ohio
            David     W M 27 Son      Farmer           Ind. Ind. Ind.
            Manda     W F 22 Daughter                  Ind. Ind. Ind.
            Harriet   W F 14 Daughter attended School  Ind. Ind. Ind.
            Margaret  W F 17 Daughter attended school  Ind. Ind. Ind.
      Weitzel Jordan  W M 21 Boarding Labors on Farm   Penn Penn Penn
      Ott Frank       W M 10                           Ohio Ohio Ohio

1900 Census Noble County
Perry Township    Page 121b-168
Aburn, William    74 
Aburn, Katharine  73
Aburn, David      47
Aburn, Margaret   27 

16 June 1900, Perry township, Noble County Indiana, Sheet 7
168 160 Aburn William Head W M Jun 1825 74 M 50     Ohio Penn Penn Farmer O F F
            Katherine Wife W F Sep 1826 73 M 50 7 4 Ohio Penn Penn
            David     Son  W M Jun 1852 47 SS       Ohio Ohio Ohio Farmer 
            Margaret  Dau  W F Feb 1873 36 S        Ind. Ohio Ohio 
   Zumbrum Edward Servant  W M Jun 1873 23 S        Ind. Ind. Ind. Farmer Laborer

1910 Census Noble County
Perry Township   Page 117a-139
Aburn, David     57

Green Township   Page 62a-224
Aburn, William   29 
Aburn, Iva       27
Aburn, Earlin     5
Aburn, Dortha     2
Aburn, Harman     3/12

1920 Census Noble County
Perry Township 106a-130:
Aburn, David    67   

Green Township 47b-21:
Aburn, William  39 
Aburn, Iva      33
Aburn, Erlin    15
Aburn, Dortha   12
Aburn, Harman    9
Aburn, Don       1


5 February 1920 Perry Township, Noble County, Indiana Sheet 5b
123 136       Fort Wayne Goshen Trail,  
Schlotterback Ira     O F Head W M 69 M Ind. Penn Penn Farmer  General Farm
       -----  Sarah J.    wife M W 65 M Ind. Ohio Ohio None
124 137       Fort Wayne Goshen Trail,  
Schlotterback Thomas R    Head M W 39 M Ind. Ind. Ind. Farmer  General Farm 
       -----  Florence    wife F W 40 M Ind. Ind. Ind. 
       -----  Ira S.      son  M W 11 S Ind. Ind. Ind. 
       -----  Sarah       dau  F W  8 S Ind. Ind. Ind. 
       -----  Rachel      dau  F W  6 S Ind. Ind. Ind. 
       -----  Daniel      son  M W 4-5/12 S Ind. Ind. Ind. 
       -----  Harry       son  M W 1-6/12 S Ind. Ind. Ind. 
125 138       Fort Wayne Goshen Trail, 
Schlotterback Harry B O F Head M W 49 M Ind. Ind.  Ind. Farmer  General Farm
       -----  Lizzie M    Wife F W 47 M Ind. Ohio Ohio  None
       -----  Marion L.   Son  M W 21 S Ind. Ind. Ind.  Laborer General Farm
       -----  Melvin C.   Son  M W 17 S Ind. Ind. Ind.  None

Page 6a, 6 February 1920, Perry Township, Noble County, Indiana
Farm Dismal Road, 130 133
Betzner, Clarence D.   Head rent M W 41 m Ind. Ind. Ind. Farmer General Farm
            Margaret   Wife      F W 44 m Ind. Ohio Ohio 
            Ruth        Dau      F W 10 S Ind. Ind. Ind.
            Frank       Son      M W  6 S Ind. Ind. Ind.
Aburn, David brother-in law      M W 67 S Ohio Ohio Ohio Retired Farmer
Maggort, Howard   Hired Man      M W 52 W Ind. Ind. Ind. Laborer Farm 




1930 Census Noble County
9 April 1930, Green Township, Noble County, Indiana
123 124 Schlotterback 
    Thomas      Head M W 47 M 24 no  yes Ind Ind Ind Carpenter Gen. Carpenter
    Florence E. Wife F W 50 M 27 no  yes Ind Ind Ind
    Rachel L.   Dau  F W 16 S    no  yea Ind Ind Ind
    Danial W.   Son  M W 14 S    yea yea Ind Ind Ind
    Harry S.    Son  M W 12 S    yes yes Ind Ind Ind
    Franklin D. Son  M W  9 S    yes     Ind Ind Ind

All Noble County references from the Noble County GenWeb Site.



Social Security Death Index

Name             Born        Died     Soc. Sec.   Zip   City
------------- ---------- ----------  ----------- ----- -------------
William Aburn 2 Nov 1880    Jan 1969 310-05-9538 46787 South Whitley
Iva Aburn     8 Mar 1886    May 1967 315-32-0363 46787 South Whitley
Dortha Aburn 13 NOV 1907 30 Dec 1996 310-18-8974 46725 Columbia City
Don Aburn     2 Mar 1918 17 Dec 2001 310-03-7504 46992 Wabash
Anita Aburn  16 Apr 1921    Jan 1981 311-18-5764 46750 Huntington, IN

William Aburn

History of Noble Co. Page 373:

          William Aburn was born in Montgomery County, Ohio, June 25, 1825. All his education was received before the age of ten years, his mother having died when he was of that age. He bound himself to a farmer when he was twelve years old to serve till he was eighteen. His father was killed about a year after his mother died, while assisting in hanging a slaughtered beef. Mr. Aburn served out the time for which he had bound himself, for which he never received compensation. After that he worked by the month and day until he reached the age of twenty-five, when he married Miss Catharine Arnett of Miami County, Ohio. Seven children have been born to them, the eldest being dead. He moved into this county in August 1860. Empty handed, but by industry and good management he has succeeded in placing himself and family in a fine brick house with first-class surroundings. He owns 240 acres of excellent land. Four years after he had settled in the woods he was drafted into the army and paid $1,000 for a substitute rather than leave his family without his protection. He says God seemed to favor him and he never in his life paid a debt more easily. Noble Twp.

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Miami Co Ohio Marriages:

William Aburn   Catharine Arnot 23 May 1850
Elizabeth Aburn Abraham Peck     4 Mar 1845 Monroe Twp 
Mary Aburn      David Dittmer         1849

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Montgomery County Census

Auborn, Ashley H.     091A    Dayton/Ward 2  

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All-Name Index to History of Northeast Indiana P-Z

Schlotterback:  Amelia 89, Amy 89, Anna 358, Eden H 358, Emma 358, Gideon 89, Harry 131, Harry B 358, Henry 358, Ina 89, Ira 89, Jesse E 358, John M 358, Leon 89, Louis E 358, Lulu 89, Marian L 358, Melvin 358, Thomas 89, Willis 89.



Noble County Marriages-A - Ba - Be - Blu - Bro - Coan - Da - Dh - E - Fos - Go - Haa - Has - Hi - Ho - I-J - Ka - Kis - La - Leo - Ma - Mc - - No - Pa - Pa - QRa - Rid - Sa - Shan - Sth - Sm - T - UV - Wa - Weil - Wilm

Bride/Groom, Born, Spouse, Father, Mother, Book-Page No/Date


Anderson Brenda M, 8 Jan 1958, Buchmeier David A, Anderson Herbert E, Schlotterback Cholene, 55-217
Anderson David C, 24 Mar 1960, Young Teresa D, Anderson Herbert E, Schlotterback Cholene, 20 Oct 1979
Anderson David C, 24 Mar 1960, Derrow Claire L, Anderson Herbert E, Schlotterback Cholene, 20 Jul 1991
Anderson Edward W, 1 May 1955, Bower Judy, Anderson Herbert E, Schlotterback Cholene, 16 Nov 1974
Anderson Frances D, 15 May 1961, Heintzelman James B, Anderson Herbert E, Schlotterback Cholene, 57-550
Anderson Herbert E Jr, 18 Apr 1954, Snider Barbara A, Anderson Herbert E, Schlotterback Cholene, 18 Mar 1978
Anderson Richard L, 22 Jun 1956, Lock Tammy R, Anderson Herbert E, Schlotterback Cholene, 28 Aug 1976
Anderson Richard L, 22 Jun 1956, Perkins Linda S, Anderson Herbert E, Schlotterback Cholene, 31 Mar 2001
Archer Etta M [Yarlot], 10 Nov 1885, Schlotterback Willis, Archer Levi, Crago E Jane, 40-28
Bair Nancy E, 1867, Schlotterback Albert, Bair J, Witale Margaret, 5-521
Baker Bette [Gingerich], 6 Sep 1931, Schlotterback Floyd, Baker Robert, Johnson Wanda J, 40-272
Blessing Frederick A, ca 1878, Schlotterback Beulah, Blessing Frederick, Siegel Frederica, 19 Oct 1904
Bowen Fred O, 6 Aug 1909, Lemmon Emagene, Bowen Osie G, Schlotterback Ina, 19 Dec 1937
Bowen Ira E, 4 Jun 1907, Holloway Martha E, Bowen Osie G, Schlotterback Ina, 25 Dec 1929
Bowen Osie G, 10 Sep 1883, Schlotterback Ina, Bowen Jacob, Taylor Nancy J, 19 Dec 1905
Bueker Frederick R, 23 Feb 1957, Garver Zidania F, Bueker Ralph, Schlotterback Mary, 27 Nov 1976
Bueker Frederick R, 23 Feb 1957, Dannecker Jill E, Bueker Ralph, Schlotterback Mary, 5 Apr 1991
Bueker Jane A, 16 Aug 1955, Moos Lawrence P, Bueker Ralph, Schlotterback Mary, 53-284
Bueker Kathleen S, 11 Aug 1959, Sweet Craig M, Bueker Ralph, Schlotterback Mary, 56-590
Conner Darlene L [Miceli], 21 Apr 1953, Schlotterback Edward E, Conner George, Grey Emma, 56-406
Dangler Michelle L, 29 Sep 1968, Schlotterback Terry L Jr, Dangler Donald, Davis Judith A, 61-451
Davis Sarah E, 17 Nov 1842, Schlotterback Henry, Davis John, Atkins Elizabeth, 1-489
Deardorff Albert L, 1874, Schlotterback Emma, Deardorff Elijah, Breninger Lydia, 12 Sep 1896
Deardorff Fredonna M, 11 Nov 1898, Barnhart Louis D, Deardorff Albert L, Schlotterback Emma, 19-407
Donley Larry W, 21 Oct 1943, Schlotterback Marna J, Donley Kenneth E, Hoffman Eva M, 21 Jun 1968
Drummon Mary A [Schlotterback], 18 Apr 1939, Erdly Jimmi, Drummon William D, Stookey Velma J, 54-243
Engle Mary, 20 Nov 1810, Schlotterback Gideon, Engle Adam, Hoffman Eve, **
Frederick Virginia, 22 Oct 1921, Schlotterback Harry, Frederick Homer, Newman Elva, 35-369
Godsell Lena I, 24 May 1882, Schlotterback Jesse, Godsell John, Craig Cynthia, 12-98
Groh Frances C, 29 Jun 1945, Nealon Jon A, Groh Sheldon R, Schlotterback Norma J, 47-516
Groh Jennifer M, 5 May 1949, Gunsaullus Robert H, Groh Sheldon R, Schlotterback Norma J, 47-492
Groh Marian R, 28 Feb 1948, DeLano Patrick D, Groh Sheldon R, Schlotterback Norma J, 48-145
Growcock Dessie B [Chaffee], 18 May 1901, Schlotterback Ralph, Growcock Franklin, Heffner Mary, 34-275
Heffner Orvaleen, 28 Apr 1919, Schlotterback Leo, Heffner Ray, Huff Mildred L, 34-81
Hively Mary L, 21 May 1944, Schlotterback Terry L, Hively Thomas A, Kelham Georgia M, 45-161
Hoak Mary (Mrs), --, Schlotterback Gideon, --, --, **
Hosler Shirley A, 4 Sep 1939, Schlotterback Roger L, Hosler Francis M, Shambaugh Alta I, 43-142
Huff Margaret, 1 Aug 1853, Schlotterback John, Huff Martin, Shisler Ruth A, 2-586
John Sarah, 19 Nov 1854, Schlotterback Ira, John Joshua, -- Casander, 3-298
John Thomas J, 1852, Schlotterback Harriet, John Joshua, -- Casander, 19 May 1878
Kalb Ollie M, 29 Mar 1922, Schlotterback Gerald J, Kalb Shirley, Jones Julia, 35-253
Klick Gladys C, 22 Nov 1900, Schlotterback Marion, Klick John W, Gunder Gertrude J, 19-437
Klink Isabella C, 19 Jan 1847, Schlotterback Adam, Klink David, Bartlett Nancy, 2-377
Koontz Aaron, 1850, Schlotterback Emma, Koontz John, -- Caroline, 27 Mar 1873
Koontz Arthur B, 1877, Horn Marie C, Koontz Aaron, Schlotterback Emma, 4 Oct 1899
Lavene May A, 1874, Schlotterback Lewis, --, Gordon --, 8-386
Lawson Dwight L, 2 Apr 1927, Schlotterback Dorothy, Lawson Frank D, Zimmerman Dorothy, 5 Sep 1948
Lawson Kathryn L, 29 Nov 1957, Applegate Jack A, Lawson Dwight L, Schlotterback Dorothy, 52-155
Lawson Steven R, 12 Jul 1952, Caple Bernadette A, Lawson Dwight L, Schlotterback Dorothy, 12 Aug 1978
Lecount Effie P, 17 Oct 1888, Campbell Homer A, Lecount William, Schlotterback Anna, 20-173
Lecount Lena F, 7 Jun 1897, Thunander Wayne S, Lecount William, Schlotterback Anna, 16-579
Lecount Millard, 20 Mar 1894, Reeve Verga, Lecount William, Schlotterback Anna, 25 Dec 1915
Lecount Millard, 20 Mar 1894, Davault Elva I, Lecount William, Schlotterback Anna, 7 Feb 1920
Lecount Vassa, 27 May 1892, Green Florence N, Lecount William, Schlotterback Anna, 28 Oct 1922
Lecount William, 1862, Schlotterback Anna, Lecount William, Terry Hylinda, 5 Nov 1887
Leigh Lilly D, 27 Jan 1873, Schlotterback John, Leigh Henry, Organ Susannah, 25-233
Lint Minnie, 1876, Schlotterback John, Lint Moses, Kreigler Margaret, 7-414
Lung Martha, 9 Jan 1936, Schlotterback Ira F, Lung Curtis G, Weist Edna, 40-523
Matthews Ellen, 1 Feb 1845, Schlotterback Eli, Matthews David, Stanton Henrietta, 1-409
Matthews Mary, 14 Jul 1861, Schlotterback Albert, --, -- Hannah, 4-324
McNeal Richard L, 16 May 1936, Snepp Violet L, McNeal Ralph A, Schlotterback Rachel, 21 Aug 1959
McNeal Ronnie L, 25 Feb 1941, Hile Muriel M, McNeal Ralph A, Schlotterback Rachel, 8 Sep 1962
Ott Florence E, 20 Jul 1879, Schlotterback Thomas, Ott Daniel, Aburn Mary, 10-101[
Owen Deidra D [Evard], 14 Oct 1967, Schlotterback Todd J, Owen Jack D, Potee Linda, 59-199
Peterson Mary K [Stockton], 7 May 1917, Schlotterback Franklin, Peterson Henry E, Rowe Mable R, 44-565
Pollock Lizzie M, ca 1871, Schlotterback Harry, Pollock Cyrus, Kindel Martha, 7-148
Pollock Minerva D [Beers], 24 Feb 1887, Schlotterback Willis, Pollock Eli J, Gale Alvira, 16-33
Pressler Harvey, 7 Jul 1871, Schlotterback Vada, Pressler Adam, Witham Mary, 14 Jun 1905
Reeve Chad E, 11 Feb 1973, Schlotterback Laurie L, Reeve Gary L, DePew Judith A, 23 Oct 1993
Ross Vicky L, 18 Aug 1951, Schlotterback Kent L, Ross Robert E, Baker Pauline I, 48-393
Ross Vicky L [Schlotterback], 18 Aug 1951, Horner Robert C, Ross Robert E, Baker Pauline I, 59-516
Salts Lura, 1875, Schlotterback J Milen, Salts Jones, Fuller Malissa, 7-275
Schlabaugh Russell, 26 Mar 1921, Schlotterback Cholene, Schlabaugh Elmer M, McClure Cora W, 29 Aug 1951
  
Schlotterback Thomas, 27 Oct 1882, Ott Florence E, Schlotterback Ira, John Sarah 4 Mar 1907
Schlotterback Franklin, 21 Jun 1920, Peterson Mary K, Schlotterback Thoma,s Ott Florence E 30 Sep 1962
Schlotterback Harry, 15 Sep 1917, Frederick Virginia, Schlotterback Thomas, Ott Florence E 31 Oct 1940
Schlotterback Sarah, 30 Oct 1911, Truelove Howard E, Schlotterback Thomas, Ott Florence E 24-323
Schlotterback Adam, 11 Mar 1845, Klink Isabella C, Schlotterback Gideon, Engle Mary, 6 Feb 1870
Schlotterback Albert, 1851, Matthews Mary, Schlotterback Abraham, Hoy Rebecca, 23 Dec 1880
Schlotterback Albert, 1851, Bair Nancy E, Schlotterback Abraham, Hoy Rebecca, 25 Jul 1888
Schlotterback Amelia, ca 1843, Fait Clark G, Schlotterback Gideon, Engle Mary, 1-416
Schlotterback Anna, 1867, Lecount William, Schlotterback Henry, Davis Sarah E, 5-450
Schlotterback Beulah, ca 1884, Blessing Frederick, Schlotterback Eli, Matthews Ellen, 8-504
Schlotterback Cholene, 21 Sep 1933, Schlabaugh Russell, Schlotterback Ira S, Gay Helen E, 39-349
Schlotterback Dorothy, 3 Feb 1929, Lawson Dwight L, Schlotterback Ira S, Gay Helen E, 38-276
Schlotterback Dorothy [Lawson], 3 Feb 1929, Weber Vaughn L, Schlotterback Ira S, Gay Helen E, 53-136
Schlotterback Edward E, 11 Feb 1952, Conner Darlene L, Schlotterback Earl M, Kleiber Elsie, 26 Sep 1982
Schlotterback Eli, 1841, Matthews Ellen, Schlotterback Gideon, Engle Mary, 7 Jun 1864
Schlotterback Emma, 1858, Koontz Aaron, Schlotterback Gideon, Engle Mary, 3-95
Schlotterback Emma, 1873, Deardorff Albert L, Schlotterback Henry, Davis Sarah E, 7-226
Schlotterback Floyd, 12 Sep 1926, Baker Bette, Schlotterback Ralph, Webster Beulah, 29 Aug 1953
Schlotterback Franklin 21 Jun 1920, Peterson Mary K, Schlotterback Thomas, Ott Florence E, 30 Sep 1962
Schlotterback Frederick, 22 Oct 1949, Wert Mary J, Schlotterback Harry, Frederick Virginia, 4 Sep 1971
Schlotterback Gerald J, 17 May 1915, Kalb Ollie M, Schlotterback Jesse, Godsell Lena, 30 May 1940
Schlotterback Gerald J, 17 May 1915, Shultz Mary K, Schlotterback Jesse, Godsell Lena, 17 Jan 1968
Schlotterback Gideon, 23 May 1811, Engle Mary, Schlotterback Peter, --, 16 Apr 1833
Schlotterback Gideon, 23 May 1811, Hoak Mary (Mrs), Schlotterback Peter, --, Nov 1856
Schlotterback Harriet, 19 May 1859, John Thomas J, Schlotterback Peter, Flowers Rosetta, 4-54
Schlotterback Harry, 26 Mar 1870, Pollock Lizzie M, Schlotterback Henry, Davis Sarah E, 23 Oct 1895
Schlotterback Harry, 15 Sep 1917, Frederick Virginia, Schlotterback Thomas, Ott Florence E, 31 Oct 1940
Schlotterback Henry, 30 Oct 1834, Davis Sarah E, Schlotterback Gideon, Engle Mary, 7 May 1865
Schlotterback Ina, 20 Mar 1888, Bowen Osie G, Schlotterback Ira, John Sarah, 9-144
Schlotterback Ira, 10 Feb 1850, John Sarah, Schlotterback Gideon, Engle Mary, 11 Feb 1875
Schlotterback Ira F, 27 Apr 1935, Lung Martha, Schlotterback Ira S, Gay Helen E, 12 Jun 1954
Schlotterback J Milen, 1874, Salts Lura, Schlotterback Henry, Davis Sarah E, 27 Feb 1897
Schlotterback Jesse, 30 Apr 1876, Godsell Lena I, Schlotterback Henry, Davis Sarah E, 25 Dec 1909
Schlotterback John, 1846, Huff Margaret, Schlotterback Gideon, Engle Mary, 31 Mar 1872
Schlotterback John, 4 Dec 1875, Lint Minnie, Schlotterback John, Huff Margaret, 4 Aug 1898
Schlotterback John, 4 Dec 1875, Ward Hattie R, Schlotterback John, Huff Margaret, 11 Jul 1914
Schlotterback John, 4 Dec 1875, Leigh Lilly D, Schlotterback John, Huff Margaret, 18 May 1931
Schlotterback Kent L, 28 Jan 1951, Ross Vicky L, Schlotterback Ira S, Gay Helen E, 29 Oct 1969
Schlotterback Kent L, 28 Jan 1951, Forker Patricia K, Schlotterback Ira S, Gay Helen E, 21 Jan 1995
Schlotterback Laurie L, 29 Oct 1970, Reeve Chad E, Schlotterback Kent, Ross Vicky L, 63-410
Schlotterback Leo, 9 Jul 1912, Heffner Orvaleen, Schlotterback Leon, Wingard Blanche, 31 Dec 1938
Schlotterback Leon, 1877, Wingard Blanche, Schlotterback Ira, John Sarah, 2 Jun 1904
Schlotterback Lewis, 22 Nov 1880, Lavene May A, Schlotterback Henry, Davis Sarah E, 8 Aug 1903
Schlotterback Lewis, 22 Nov 1880, Smith Pearl, Schlotterback Henry, Davis Sarah E, 6 Jun 1930
Schlotterback Lula, ca 1879, Swinehart Warren E, Schlotterback Ira, John Sarah, 8-215
Schlotterback Maria [Irion], 31 Jul 1871, Worden Leonard B, Schlotterback Peter, Flowers Rosetta, 9-135
Schlotterback Marion, 19 Aug 1898, Klick Gladys C, Schlotterback Harry, Pollock Lizzie M, 1 Jan 1922
Schlotterback Marna J, 16 Apr 1944, Donley Larry W, Schlotterback Harry, Frederick Virginia, 47-501
Schlotterback Marniece, 12 Dec 1913, Walker Merle M, Schlotterback Jesse, Godsell Lena, 29-233
Schlotterback Ralph, 26 Apr 1899, Webster Beulah L, Schlotterback John, Lint Minnie, 17 Jan 1920
Schlotterback Ralph, 26 Apr 1899, Growcock Dessie B, Schlotterback John, Lint Minnie, 20 Jul 1939
Schlotterback Roger L, 5 Apr 1938, Hosler Shirley A, Schlotterback Ira S, Gay Helen E, 26 Jul 1958
Schlotterback Sarah, 30 Oct 1911, Truelove Howard E, Schlotterback Thomas, Ott Florence E, 24-323
Schlotterback Scharlotta, 2 Feb 1877, Worden Arthur S, Schlotterback Peter, Flowers Rosetta, 9-214
Schlotterback Terry D, 13 Jul 1955, Wease Cary L, Schlotterback Ira F, Lung Martha M, 16 Jul 1974
Schlotterback Terry L, 15 May 1944, Hively Mary L, Schlotterback Ira S, Gay Helen E, 27 Jun 1963
Schlotterback Terry L Jr, 23 Oct 1964, Dangler Michelle L, Schlotterback Terry L, Hively Mary L, 14 Dec 1990
Schlotterback Thomas, 27 Oct 1882, Ott Florence E, Schlotterback Ira, John Sarah, 4 Mar 1907
Schlotterback Todd J, 30 Sep 1966, Owen Deidra D, Schlotterback Terry L, Hively Mary L, 21 Mar 1987
Schlotterback Vada, 2 May 1884, Pressler Harvey, Schlotterback John, Huff Margaret, 9-41
Schlotterback Vernon, ca 1881, Williams Bessie, Schlotterback Eli, Matthews Ellen, 7 Nov 1900
Schlotterback Vivian, 1870, VanVleet Clayton E, Schlotterback Eli, Matthews Ellen, 7-153
Schlotterback Willis, 14 Aug 1889, Pollock Minerva D, Schlotterback Ira, John Sarah, 2 Sep 1915
Schlotterback Willis, 14 Aug 1889, Archer Etta M, Schlotterback Ira, John Sarah, 17 Sep 1952

Shultz Mary K [Harding], 7 Dec 1922, Schlotterback Gerald J, Shultz Emmett D, Kresse Maude E, 47-368
Smith Pearl [Cosper], 8 Nov 1878, Schlotterback Lewis, Smith Henry, Ogden Sarah, 24-451
Swinehart Cleo S, 2 Aug 1904, Bowman Everett A, Swinehart Warren E, Schlotterback Lula, 20-23
Swinehart Warren E, 3 Jan 1875, Schlotterback Lula, Swinehart David, Rink Catherine, 25 Nov 1901
Truelove Albert, 15 Mar 1931, Shaffer Charlotte, Truelove Howard, Schlotterback Sarah, 14 Mar 1954
Truelove Emma I, 11 Jan 1937, Rosenogle William O, Truelove Howard, Schlotterback Sarah, 40-468
Truelove Howard E, 14 Jan 1910, Schlotterback Sarah, Truelove Albert, Grawcock Mary E, 18 Jan 1930
VanVleet Clayton E, 1860, Schlotterback Vivn, VanVleet Isaac, Taylor Jerusha, 9 Nov 1895
Walker Linn L, 13 Aug 1941, Weaver Susan K, Walker Merle M, Schlotterback Wilma M, 20 Jul 1968
Walker Merle M, 20 Jul 1916, Schlotterback Marniece, Walker Charles O, Norris Mary E, 4 Dec 1935
Walker Neil C, 4 Sep 1953, Grim Leota E, Walker Merle M, Schlotterback Wilma M, 15 Jul 1973
Walker Steven E, 13 Jun 1950, Bitner Kathy L, Walker Merle M, Schlotterback Wilma M, 3 Jun 1972
Ward Hattie R [Marks], 17 Nov 1870, Schlotterback John, Ward John H, Edwards Comfort, 15-213
Wease Cary L, 21 Jun 1956, Schlotterback Terry D, Wease Hugh D, Babcock Lila L, 51-396
Weber Vaughn L, 3 Aug 1924, Schlotterback Dorothy, Weber Victor, Baird Alta, 8 Apr 1977
Webster Beulah L, 21 Oct 1896, Schlotterback Ralph, Webster George, Speaker Susie A, 18-331
Wert Mary J, 28 Jun 1951, Schlotterback Frederick, Wert Bert J, Leisure Jane A, 49-467
Williams Bessie, ca 1881, Schlotterback Vernon, Williams John W, Kelley C, 8-102
Wingard Blanche, 1882, Schlotterback Leon, Wingard Frank, Shellenbarger Ellen, 8-469
Worden Arthur S, 13 Jan 1884, Schlotterback Charlotte, Worden Samuel, Tiff Hattie, 22 May 1906
Worden Leonard B, 1 Jan 1881, Schlotterback Maria, Worden Matthew, Ritchie Ida, 2 Dec 1905

Noble County Births A-B C-E H-K L-M N-R S
Bowen I E, 6-4-1907, Osie, Schlotterback Ina, A6-21
Bowen Male, 12-20-1905, Osie, Schlotterback Ina, A5-47
Bowen Osie, 8-6-1909, Osie, Schlotterback Ina, L-7
Christie Male, 6-13-1913, Chris, Schlotterback Stella, A9-42
Deardorff Nadine A, 8-1-1909, Albert L, Schlotterback Mary E, A8-47
John Female, 12-31-1889, Thomas, Schlotterback --, A1-310
John Male, 5-17-1887, Thomas J, Schlotterback Harriet A, A1-228
Marti Clara B, 7-7-1914, Chris, Schlotterback Sylvia S, K2-57
Pressler Edna M, 9-8-1907, Harvey P, Schlotterback Vada, A6-27
Pressler Everet O, 2-26-1910, Harvey, Schlotterback Vada, A8-60

Schlotterback C P, 5-19-1901, Vernon E, Williams Bessie, A4-4
Schlotterback Daniel W, 8-2-1915, Thomas E, Ott Florence E, A9-98
Schlotterback Dorothy J, 2-3-1929, Ira S, Gay Helen, L-53
Schlotterback Female, 5-1-1884, John, Huff Maggie, A1-128
Schlotterback Female, 10-20-1884, Eli L, Mathews --, A1-148
Schlotterback Female, 6-14-1891, Albert, Bair Nancy, A2-8
Schlotterback Floyd, 9-12-1926, Ralph, Webster Beulah L, A12-18
Schlotterback Franklin D, 6-21-1920, Thomas, Ott Florence, A11-5
Schlotterback Gerald J, 5-17-1915, Jesse E, Godsell Lena I, A9-91
Schlotterback Harry S, 9-15-1917, Thomas E, Ott Florence E, A10-52
Schlotterback Ira J, 10-20-1907, Leon G, Wingard Blanche O, C-2
Schlotterback Ira S, 8-28-1908, Thomas E, Ott Florence E, A8-26
Schlotterback Leo, 7-9-1912, Leon, Wingard Blanche, L-15
Schlotterback Male, 2-4-1882, Eli L, Mathews Ellen M, A1-4
Schlotterback Male, 10-27-1882, Ira, John Sarah J, A1-52
Schlotterback Male, 8-14-1889, Ira, John Sarah, A1-302
Schlotterback Male, 9-27-1903, Albert, Bair --, A4-52 & Av1-28
Schlotterback Male, 10-21-1905, Leon, Wingard Blanche, A5-44
Schlotterback Mary K, 11-29-1920, Ralph, Webster Beulah L, A11-14
Schlotterback Mary L, 6-29-1914, Grover C, Stupp Allie M, K2-57
Schlotterback Melvin C, 10-14-1902, Harry, Pollock Lizzie, A4-34
Schlotterback Mildred M, 6-7-1928, Ralph, Webster Beulah, A12-46
Schlotterback Norma J, 3-29-1923, Marion, Klick Gladys, K3-35
Schlotterback R, 4-26-1899, Moses, Lint Minnie, A3-20
Schlotterback Ross J, 6-16-1924, Ralph, Webster Beulah L, A11-83
Schlotterback Wilma M, 12-12-1913, Jesse, Godsell Lena I, Aa9-54
1850 Noble County Census Index

Schlotterback Gideon 39, Mary 39, Peter 17, Henry 15, Eli 8, Amelia 7, Adam 5, Ira 5/12. 198b-180

1860 Noble County Census Index

Schlotterback Gideon 49, Mary 48, Henry 25, Eli 19, Amelia 17, Adam 15, Ira 9, Emma 7. 118-190
Schlotterback Peter 24, Rosetta 22, Harriet 1. 165-514
Schlotterback William 25, Sarah 23, Clara 3, John 2, Anna 6/12. 157-450

1880 Noble County Census Index M-S

Schlotterback Adam 35, Isabella 33. 391a-228
Schlotterback Albert 28. 455a-212
Schlotterback Eli 38, Ellen 35, Vivian 9. 396b-41
Schlotterback Gideon 69, Mary 68, Rosetta 42, Milton 19, Mary 14, Jane 12. 390b-227 Gideon 10, Iva 6, Charlotte 3. 391a-227
Schlotterback Henry 45, Sarah 38, Edin 14, Annie 13, Harry 10, Emma 7, Milan 5, Jesse 4. 417a-24
Schlotterback Ira 30, Sarah 25, Leon 3. 417b-29
Schlotterback John 33, Maggie 26, John 4, George 11/12. 445b--
Schlotterback Lincoln 14. 390b-222
Schlotterback Mary 13. 383a-89

1897 Noble County School Enumeration L-Z

Schlotterback Adam; Clarence Starkey 18; Perry
Schlotterback Albert; Elsworth 10, Levina 8; Sparta
Schlotterback E L; Verne, Bula; Ligonier,
Schlotterback Henry; jess 20; Lewis 16; Sparta
Schlotterback John; Vada 12; York
Schlotterback Peter; Lottie 20; Ligonier,

1900 Noble County Census Index

Schlotterback Albert 47, Nancy 33, Alice 11, Grover 7, Silvia 4, Riley 2. 158a-203
Schlotterback Eli 58, Mariah 55, Vernon 18, Beulah 15. 147b-530
Schlotterback Harry 30, Lizzie 28, Marion 1. 163b-342
Schlotterback Henry 65, Sarah 57, Jesse 24, Lewis 19. 159a-238
Schlotterback Ira 50, Sarah 45. 122a-180 Lulu 19, Thomas 17, Nina 12, Willis 10. 122b-180
Schlotterback John 25, Lura 25, Walter 1. 121a-150
Schlotterback John 53, Mary 46, John 24, Vada 16, Elzworth 13. 237b-12
Schlotterback Leon 22. 163a-325
Schlotterback Minnie 22, Ralph 1. 241a-84
Schlotterback Peter 67, Rosetta 62. 144a-423

1910 Noble County Census Index S-Z

Schlotterback Eli 68, Ellen 64. 139a-120
Schlotterback Harry 40, Lizzie 38, Marion 11, Melvin 7. 117b-150
Schlotterback Henry 75, Sarah 68, Eden 44, Jesse 33, Lena 17. 148a-8
Schlotterback Ira 60, Sarah 56, Willis 19. 120a-215
Schlotterback John 63, Margaret 56, John 34. 258a-29
Schlotterback Leon 32, Blanche 26, Irvin 5, James 2. 133b-132
Schlotterback Minnie 32, Ralph 11. 152b-124
Schlotterback Thomas 27, Florence 29, Ira 1. 61a-203

1920 Census Noble County S-Z

Schlotterback C M 57, Sarah 65, Lucretia 58. 115b-157
Schlotterback Eden 57. 113b-87
Schlotterback Harry 49, Lizzie 47, Marion 21, Melvin 17. 105b-125
Schlotterback Ira 69, Sarah 65. 105b-123
Schlotterback Jesse 43, Lena 37, Wilma 6, Gerald 4. 40b-45
Schlotterback John 44, Hattie 49. 11a-251
Schlotterback Leon 41, Blanche 36, Irvin 13, James 11. 126a-581 Leo 7. 126b-581
Schlotterback Margaret 65. 239a-76
Schlotterback Minnie 42. 151a-176
Schlotterback Ralph 20, Beulah 23. 242a-5
Schlotterback Thomas 37, Florence 44, Ira 11, Sarah 8, Rachel 6, Daniel 4, Harry 2. 54a-165
Schlotterback Thomas 38, Florence 40, Ira 11, Sarah 8, Rachael 6, Daniel 4, Harry 2. 105b-124
Schlotterback Wallis 30, Della 32. 117b-382
Schlueter Frederick 54, Johanna 53. 206a-676

1930 Noble County Census Index S-Z

Schlotterback Cash 68. 165b-383
Schlotterback Ira 21, Helen 19, Dorothy 1. 107a-131
Schlotterback Jesse 53, Lena 49, Marniece 16, Garold 14. 233a-69
Schlotterback John 54. 5b-151
Schlotterback Leon 52, Blanche 46, James 22, Leo 17. 165a-360
Schlotterback Louis 49. 167b-455
Schlotterback Marion 31, Gladys 29, Norma 7. 143a-139
Schlotterback Ralph 30, Beulah 33. 97b-210 Mary 9, Floyd 3, Mildred 1. 98a-210
Schlotterback Thomas 47, Florence 50, Rachel 16, Daniel 14, Harry 12, Franklin 9. 107a-122

Albion High School Graduates 1884-1968
Lung Martha (Schlotterback) 1954
Schlotterback Daniel 1936
Schlotterback Franklin 1940
Schlotterback Mary 1939
Webster Beulah (Schlotterback) 1916
Ligonier High School Graduates 1879-1954
Schlotterback Betty 1949
Schlotterback Beulah 1903
Schlotterback Floyd 1944
Schlotterback James 1927
Schlotterback Marion 1916
Schlotterback Mildred 1946
Schlotterback Victor 1951
Wolf Lake High School Graduates 1899-1968
Hively Mary (Schlotterback) 1962
Kick Gladys (Schlotterback) 1920
Schlotterback Albert A 1944
Schlotterback Cholene (Anderson) 1951
Schlotterback Ira 1953
Schlotterback Joan (Weber) 1947
Schlotterback Linda (Norris) 1959
Schlotterback Roger 1956
Schlotterback Terry 1962
Schlotterback Tom 1950
Nopble County Divorces S-Z

Schlotterback Gideon E - Schlotterback Lucretia D - 16 Aug 1906 
Schlotterback John - Schlotterback Minnie M - 26 Aug 1902 
Schlotterback John H - Schlotterback Lillie D - 7 Oct 1942 - bk 35 
Schlotterback William - Schlotterback Lura I - 31 May 1915 - bk 9 
Schlotterback Willis - Schlotterback Minerva D - 10 Nov 1919 - bk 13 
Schlotterback Willis - Schlotterback Minerva D - 8 May 1925 - bk 18 
Noble Co Cemeteries D Noble Co Cemeteries Sa

Dungan David W (s/o DJ&;M) Mar 23, 1852 1y6m ~Schlotterback
Dungan Elenor (w/o Isaiah) Jun 8, 1844 72y ~Schlotterback
Dungan Pierce (s/o DJ&M) Aug 31, 1853 ~Schlotterback
Schlotterback Adam Mar 11, 1845- ~Oak Park Cem.  2-29
Schlotterback Addie 1865-1925 ~Oak Park Cem.  D1-9
Schlotterback Albert (s/o John & Maggie) Dec 8, 1877 
                     3y 11m 8d ~Oak Park Cem.  2-9
Schlotterback Albert 1851-1930 ~RH B17
Schlotterback Bette ~Sp 2-8
Schlotterback Beulah 1897-1931 ~Sp 2-8
Schlotterback Blanche O 1882-1958 ~Oak Park Cem.  E18
Schlotterback Cora A (d/o Albert) Mar 16, 1892 9m1d ~RH B17
Schlotterback Daniel W 1915-1991 ~CC 2-6
Schlotterback Danny L May 12, 1946-May 20, 1970 ~LV MP6
Schlotterback Della 1888-1952 ~Oak Park Cem.  E15
Schlotterback Dessie Belle Aug 8, 1978 ~Sp 5 Lot 612 bu rec
Schlotterback Eden Nov 21, 1953 ~Sp 4-22
Schlotterback Eli L 1841-1912 ~Oak Park Cem.  2-15
Schlotterback Ellen M 1845-1920 ~Oak Park Cem.  2-15
Schlotterback Etta Maude (Yarlot) Aug 12, 1972 ~Sp 3 Lot 219 bu rec
Schlotterback Florence (d/o I&S) Dec 13, 1894 1m ~Oak Park Cem.  2-3
Schlotterback Florence (Ott) Jul 20, 1879-Feb 4, 1963 ~CC 2-6
Schlotterback Floyd 1922-1968 ~Sp 2-8
Schlotterback Franklin D 1920- ~CC 2-6
Schlotterback Gerald J May 17, 1915-Mar 8, 1993 ~Sp 7-18
Schlotterback Gideon Aug 22, 1892 81y2m29d ~Oak Park Cem.  2-14
Schlotterback Gladys C 1900-1982 ~Oak Park Cem.  E8
Schlotterback Harry B 1870-1955 ~Oak Park Cem.  E8
Schlotterback Harry S 1917-2004 ~LV MP6
Schlotterback Hattie 1870-1930 ~RH Dd1
Schlotterback Helen E 1912-1978 ~CC 6-26
Schlotterback Henry Oct 30, 1834-Oct 31, 1917 ~Sp 4-22
Schlotterback Ira ~Oak Park Cem.  2-3
Schlotterback Ira S 1908-1983 ~CC 6-26
Schlotterback Isabella Catharine (w/o Adam) Jan 19, 1847-Mar 19, 1901 
                                  ~Oak Park Cem.  2-29
Schlotterback J Milen 1874-1949 ~Oak Park Cem.  E9
Schlotterback Jack L Jul 11, 1930- ~Oak Park Cem.  E18
Schlotterback Jesse Apr 30, 1876-Sep 29, 1947 ~Sp 4-31
Schlotterback John H 1846-1911 ~Oak Park Cem.  2-9
Schlotterback John W 1876-1958 ~Oak Park Cem.  2-9
Schlotterback Lena I May 24, 1882-Apr 22, 1939 ~Sp 4-31
Schlotterback Leo J Jul 9, 1912-Dec 19, 1978 ~Oak Park Cem.  E18
Schlotterback Leon G 1877-1960 ~Oak Park Cem.  E18
Schlotterback Lew 1880-1954 ~Oak Park Cem.  D2-6
Schlotterback Lizzie M 1872-1944 ~Oak Park Cem.  E8
Schlotterback Lura V 1875-1960 ~Oak Park Cem.  E9
Schlotterback M Kathryn Dec 7, 1922- ~Sp 7-18
Schlotterback Margaret (w/o John H) 1853- ~Oak Park Cem.  2-9
Schlotterback Marion L 1898-1989 ~Oak Park Cem.  E8
Schlotterback Mary (w/o Gideon) Jan 23, 1856 45y2m3d ~Oak Park Cem.  2-14
Schlotterback Mary A Apr 18, 1939- ~Oak Park Cem.  E18
Schlotterback Mary Agnes (w/o Albert) Oct 10, 1887 26y2m26d ~RH B17
Schlotterback Mary J 1904-1994 ~Oak Park Cem.  E8
Schlotterback Mary L May 21, 1944- ~CC 7-5
Schlotterback May 1874-1929 ~Oak Park Cem.  D2-6
Schlotterback Melvin C 1902-1968 ~Oak Park Cem.  E8
Schlotterback Minnie (Lint) 1876-1937 ~Sp 2-8
Schlotterback Nancy E 1867-1952 ~RH B17
Schlotterback Orvaleen A 1919- ~Sp 7-15
Schlotterback Owen (s/o John & Maggie) May 8, 1886 6y10m6d ~Oak Park Cem.  2-9
Schlotterback Ralph 1899-1983 ~Sp 2-8
Schlotterback Ray 1906-1922 ~RH B17
Schlotterback Rosetta (w/o Peter) 1838-1905 ~Oak Park Cem.  2-9
Schlotterback Ross 1925 ~Sp 2-8
Schlotterback Sadie (w/o CM) 1854-1922 ~Oak Park Cem.  D1-12
Schlotterback Sarah ~Oak Park Cem.  2-3
Schlotterback Sarah E (w/o Henry) Nov 17, 1842-Jul 13, 1911 ~Sp 4-22
Schlotterback Sterle D Jan 26-Jun 20, 1937 ~Sp 3-3
Schlotterback Terry L May 15, 1944- ~CC 5-7
Schlotterback Thomas E Oct 27, 1882-Apr 7, 1964 ~CC 2-6
Schlotterback Virginia F 1921-1999 ~LV MP6
Schlotterback Willis S 1889-1971 ~Oak Park Cem.  E15

Marth's Noble County Marriages

October Term 1902:

Minnie M. Schlotterback vs. John Schlotterback, custody of infant son, Ralph.


Mattha's Noble Co Marriages A-K
Martha's Noble Co Marriages L-Z

Anderson Herbert, Schlotterback Cholene, 11 Jul 1953
Schlotterback Cholene, Anderson Herbert, 11 Jul 1953

Martha's Noble Co Obituaries J-K

Schlotterback Cholene, Anderson Herbert, 11 Jul 1953

Kitson Pearl, 78, died today in the Luckey Hospital. She had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage November 18. She was born in Ligonier December 27,1877 and was a lifelong resident of this community. she was the widow of Judson Kitson, who died in 1929. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Surviving are 2 daughters, Mrs. Melvin Schlotterback, Ligonier, and Mrs. Edna Carney, San Pedro, Calif.; 5 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; 3 sisters, Mrs. Len Harper and Mrs. Roy Blue, west of Ligonier, and Mrs. Hazel Martin, Elkhart; and 3 brothers, Carl, Earl and Harry Wolf, Ligonier. Services will be Monday in Ulrey-Sedgwick Funeral Home. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. 11-3-1956

Klink Mrs., mother of Mrs. Adam Schlotterback, died at the home of her daughter last Sunday morning at an advanced age. She was buried at Garrett on Tuesday. Noble Democrat 10-26-1899

Koontz John L (Lou), 73, died last Thursday in Parkview Hospital. His wife died in September 1953. He was the son of Aaron and Emma (Schlotterback) Koontz and grandson of Gideon Schlotterback of Noble County. He was born and reared in Ligonier. Entering military service in 1904, he served 8 years in the 26th Infantry Regiment, Brownsville, Texas. He was preceded in death by his parents and 2 brothers, Leroy and Walter. He worked 35 years as a railway mail clerk for the NYC Railroad, retiring in 1947. Survivors include one brother, Arthur, St. Petersburg, Fla.; several nieces and nephew; and several cousins in the Ligonier community, including Mrs. Ina Bowen, Syracuse, Thomas Schlotterback, Albion, and Leon and Willis Schlotterback, Ligonier. Funeral Monday in D. O. McComb and Son Funeral Home. Burial, Lindenwood Cemetery. 12-4-1958


Marth'a Noble co Obituaries N-R

Pollock Cyrus Mrs. died from cancer of the liver at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Will Lafong of Sparta Twp last Saturday, aged 66 years and 13 days. Funeral was at Sparta Church. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. She leaves a husband, 4 daughters, Mrs. Lafong and Mrs. Myron Baker and Mrs. Joseph Geiger of York Twp, and Mrs. Lizzie Schlotterback of Ligonier; 4 sons, M. C. of Angola, C. E. of York Twp, Ed of Washington Twp, and Milton of Ligonier. Democrat 5-23-1901


Martha's Noble County Obituaries S

Schlotterback - An infant of Ira Schlotterback was buried at Ligonier Cemetery last Saturday. Democrat 12-20-1894

Schlotterback - A child of Peter Schlotterback fell into a kettle of hot water and was scalded to death last week. New Era 12-27-1877

Schlotterback Adam Mrs. died at the home of John Schlotterback in York Twp Tuesday of catarrh of the stomach, aged 54 years and 2 months. They formerly resided in Sparta Twp but left for Albany, Oregon last April for the benefit of their health. They returned one week ago last Friday and have been residing with their cousin, John Schlotterback. She was a daughter of the late David Klink and wife, former citizens of Garrett. She leaves 2 sisters, one in Elkhart County, and one in Montana. Funeral Thursday in the M. E. Church in Ligonier. Democrat 3-21-1901

Schlotterback Blanche O, 75, died at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Fort Wayne, July 9. Surviving are the husband, Leon G.; 3 sons, Irvin and Leo, Fort Wayne, and James, Mishawaka; 3 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; 2 brothers, L J Wingard, Syracuse, N.Y., and Keith Wingard, South Bend; and a sister, Mrs. Avery Nulf, R. R., Columbia City. Funeral Saturday in Ulrey-Sedgwick Funeral Home. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. 7-9-1958

Schlotterback Cyril Bartlett, the son of Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Schlotterback of Elkhart, died Sunday of sugar diabetes. He was born at Ligonier, May 19, 1901. Democrat 6-1-1905

Schlotterback Della, 63, died today in LaGrange County Hospital from a heart ailment. She was a lifelong resident of Noble County. Surviving are the husband, Willis; one daughter; a sister and 2 brothers. Services Sunday at the Christian Church. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. 6-12-1952

Schlotterback Eden, 87, a native of Sparta Twp and resident of Noble County most of his life, died today in Mock Nursing Home at Wilmot. Surviving are 2 brothers, Lewis and Harry of Ligonier. He was a charter member of the Eagles Lodge here. Services Saturday at Ulrey-Sedgwick Funeral Home. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. 11-19-1953

Schlotterback Floyd, 42, of R. 4, Syracuse, died Sunday. He was a developmental engineer for Penn Control in Goshen. His wife, Betty, his father and stepmother, 3 sons, a daughter and 3 sisters survive. Services Wednesday at Calvary United Methodist Church. 1-19-1969

Schlotterback John Milen, 74, of Ligonier, died yesterday in McCray Hospital. Funeral Friday in Ulrey-Sedgwick Funeral Home. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. Surviving are the wife, Lura; a son, Walter, Toledo; a daughter, Mrs. Ethel Trap, Detroit; and 2 grandchildren. 6-1-1949

Schlotterback John W, 81, a retired farmer, died of a cerebral hemorrhage Monday in the LaGrange County Hospital. He was born December 4, 1876 in Noble County and was a lifelong resident of this community. Surviving are a son; 4 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Services Wednesday in Ulrey-Sedgwick Funeral Home. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. 8-11-1958

Schlotterback Lewis E was born November 22, 1880 and died December 19, 1954. Funeral December 21, 1954 at Ulrey-Sedgwick Funeral Home. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. 12-19-1954

Schlotterback Mary Agnes (Matthews) was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. February 14, 1861 and died of consumption in Albion October 10, 1887, 26 years, 7 months and 26 days of age. She married Albert Schlotterback December 23, 1880. Funeral was in the Presbyterian Church on Wednesday. Burial, Albion cemetery. She leaves a grandmother, her husband, mother, brothers and sister. Democrat 10-19-1887

Schlotterback Minnie, 60, daughter of Moss and Margaret Lint, deceased, and former wife of John Schlotterback of Albion, died from a heart attack at the home of her son, Ralph, in Wawaka December 24, with whom she had made her home since 1931. Funeral was at Sparta Christian Church of which she was a member. Burial, church cemetery. Surviving are the son; 4 grandchildren; 3 brothers, John Lint of Ligonier, Wallace Lint of Elkhart, Grover Lint of Pierceton; 4 sisters, Mrs. Osie Holman of Chicago, Mrs. Jesse Couts, Cromwell, Mrs. Emery Bennett of this city, and Mrs. Foreman of Willard , Ohio. Democrat 12-29-1932

Schlotterback Sterle Dean, 5-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Schlotterback, died of heart disease at his home 2 miles north of Ormas Tuesday. Funeral was Thursday at the Sparta Christian Church. Burial, church cemetery. Survivors are the parents; 3 sisters, Joan, Luella May and Colleen; 2 brothers, Thomas and Ira; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gay of Pierceton, and Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas Schlotterback of Albion; great-grandparents, Ira Schlotterback Sr., and Mrs. Sarah Gay of Ligonier. Democrat 5-11-1935

Noble Co Obituaries

Archer Ben F, about 81, died December 10, 1956 at the home of his son, Dallas of Wawaka. He was a retired farmer and a resident of the Cromwell community most of his life. Also surviving are the widow, Anna; one daughter, Mrs. Joan Doll of near Cromwell; three sisters, Mrs. Etta Schlotterback of Ligonier, Mrs. Grace McCammon of Elkhart, and Mrs. Verna McCammon of Milford; six grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Services were Wednesday in a Cromwell funeral home. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 12-?-1956

Noble Co Obituaries

Frederick Homer W, 85, R. 2, died Sunday at McCray Hospital. He was born Nov. 5, 1890 in Noble County. On Nov. 17, 1914 he married Elva Newman. She died May 1939. He married Lucile Blaskie in March 1942. She died in 1968. He was retired from McCray Corp since 1967. He was a member of the Second Time Around Club. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Gladwin Parr, Ashley, and Mrs. Harry (Virginia) Schlotterback, R. 2; two stepsons, William Blaskie, Cree Lake, Sam Blaskie, Kendallville; eight grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren. He was also preceded in death by two daughters, three brothers, two sisters and three grandchildren. Services will be Wednesday at Hite Funeral Home. Burial, Lake View Cemetery. + 9-?-1976

Freeze Ernest T, 76, 702 Grant St., died Monday at his home. He was born March 13, 1896 in Tennessee to Andrew J. and Mary Wheten Freeze. He had lived in Ligonier since 1954, moving here from Syracuse. Surviving are the widow, Wanda Jerine; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Bette Schlotterback, Syracuse; four grandchildren; a great-grandchild; a brother, Grover, Elkhart; and two sisters, Mrs. Dessie Temple and Mrs. Roberta Cook, Niles, Mich. A son preceded him in death. Burial will be in North Webster Cemetery. + 4-?-1972

Noble Co Obituaries - Gar Geiger Vivian, daughter of Cyrus and Martha Pollock, was born in Noble County, July 11, 1874. She was a member of a family of eight children, one brother, Milton, having preceded her in death. She died at her home in Kimmell March 13, 1932. September 24, 1899 she married Joseph F. Geiger. They had one daughter, Edrie. Survivors are the husband and daughter; three sisters, Mrs. William LaFong, Mrs. Myron Baker, Mrs. Harry Schlotterback; three brothers, Charles, Morton and Edwin Pollock. Funeral Wednesday at Sparta Church. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 3-?-1932

Noble Co Obituaries - Gre

Groh Sheldon, 44, former Avilla area resident, died Tuesday in McCray. A co-owner of the Hayden Welding Co. in Kendallville, he was born Oct. 9, 1921, the son of Cleo and Ruth Drumm Groh. Surviving are the parents, his wife, the former Norma Jean Schlotterback; three daughters, Mariam, Jennifer, at home, and Christine, a student at San Diego, Calif.; a brother, Lawrence of Seattle, Wash.; and a sister, Mrs. Russell Hayden, Kendallville. Funeral will be Thursday in Hite Funeral Home, Kendallville. Burial, Lake View Cemetery. ~ 9-29-1966 + 9-?-1966

Noble Co Obituaries - Han

10:26:03 PM Fri, Apr 21 2006 Harding John Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Harding of Avilla, was stillborn Saturday in St. Joseph’s Hospital, Fort Wayne. Surviving are the parents; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Harding, New Haven, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schlotterback of Avilla. Graveside services were Monday in Lindenwood Cemetery. ~ 3-13-1975

Noble Co Obituaries - Hay Heffner Mildred, 78, died Saturday at the home of her daughter in Fort Wayne. She had resided in Fort Wayne for the past two and one-half years. She had lived at Atwood Lake previously and prior to that she had lived at R. 2, Ligonier. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Leo Schlotterback, Fort Wayne; two sons, Tharon, R. 2, Wolcottville, and Ronald, Kimmell; one sister, Mrs. Albert Sheley, Ligonier; three brothers, Maurice Huff, Mesick, Mich., Alton Huff, Mishawaka, Verdas Huff, Calif.; six grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Services will be at Ulrey Funeral Home, Cromwell, Tuesday. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 1-4-1976

Heffner Ray Arby, 78, R. 2, Wolcottville, died Thursday at his home of a heart attack. He was born in Sparta Twp Sept. 19, 1894, a son of Webster and Alta (Luckey) Heffner, and was married April 28, 1917 to Mildred Huff. He was a resident of R. 2, Ligonier until four years ago when he retired from farming and moved to Atwood Lake. Surviving are the widow; a daughter, Mrs. Leo (Orvaleen) Schlotterback, Fort Wayne; two sons, Tharon, R. 2, Wolcottville, and Ronald, Kimmell; a brother, Charles, Ligonier; 6 grandchildren; and 8 great-grandchildren. Funeral was Saturday in Ulrey Funeral Home in Cromwell. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 6-?-1973

Nobel Co Obituaries - Hil

Hively Georgia Mae, 54, of R. 1, Kimmell, sister of Russell Kelham of LaOtto, was dead on arrival at Whitley County Hospital May 30. She was born Feb. 18, 1923 in DeKalb County to Edward and Maude Smock Kelham. She married Thomas Hively Sept. 7, 1941 and they lived on a farm north of Wolf Lake all their married life. She is survived by her husband; two sons, Thomas Joe of R. 1, Kimmell and George William of Springfield, Mo.; three daughters, Mrs. Janice Manges of Bluffton, Mrs. Sue Thomas of Columbia City and Mrs. Mary Schlotterback of R. 2, Albion; eight grandchildren, and another brother, Joseph Kelham of Garrett. Services will be at Merriam Christian Chapel June 3. Burial, Wolf Lake Cemetery. ~ 6-2-1977 + 5-30-1977

Noble Co Obituaries - HL

Huff Ruth Ann, 87, pioneer resident of Noble County, died from complications due to the infirmities of age, at the home of her son, Fred O., of York Twp northwest of this city, Sunday. She is survived by 3 sons and one daughter, Mrs. Maggie Schlotterback, residing west of Albion. Obsequies were in Ligonier Christian Church Wednesday. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. Democrat 7-31-1919

Noble Co Obituaries - Hoo

Howard Lovina Ott, about 90, of Ligonier, died at the LaGrange County Hospital Feb. 6, 1956. She was a native of the Cromwell community but had lived at Ligonier most of her life. She was a member of the Methodist Church and the Eastern Star Lodge. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Charles Franks of Albion, Mrs. Stanley Angel of Marshall, Mich., and Mrs. R. A. Bowersox of Seney, Mich.; one stepdaughter, Mrs. T. E. Schlotterback of Albion; 13 grandchildren; and 23 great-grandchildren. Services were at the Methodist Church Wednesday. Burial, Christian Chapel Cemetery. + 2-?-1956

Noble Co Obituaries - Ka

Kalb Shirley L, 62, R. 1, Kimmell, died of complications last Thursday in McCray Hospital. He was born at Cromwell March 31, 1901 to Edward and Lestie (Schlabach) Kalb. He was married at Centreville, Mich. Sept. 19, 1916 to Julia. He was a member of Ligonier Eagles Lodge and was a lifetime resident of Noble County. Survivors include his wife; a son, Kenneth of Little Rock, Ark.; four daughters, Mrs. Oda Maloney of Wolf Lake, Mrs. Ollie Schlotterback of Milford, Mrs. Wayne Reed of Kimmell, and Mrs. Dean Mock of Elkhart; one brother, Orris of Elkhart; one sister, Mrs. Wess Hartsock of Pioneer, Ohio; 13 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Funeral was Sunday in Ulrey-Sedgwick Funeral Home in Ligonier. + 10-?-1963

Noble Co Obituaries - Kit

Kitson Walter, 36, of Ligonier, a flight instructor at an army air school near Fort Morgan, Colo., was one of two men killed Monday in the crash of an army training plane seven miles east of Fort Morgan. He left Ligonier June 1, 1942. He is survived by the widow, Mary (Snyder); the mother, Pearl, west of Ligonier; three sons, Lamar, Billy and Bobby; two sisters, Mrs. Edna Carney, Calif., and Mrs. Mary Schlotterback, Ligonier; and a brother, William, Ligonier. + 9-?-1942

Klick John Walter, 65, died at his home in Sparta Twp three miles from Kimmell Saturday from carcinoma. He was born in Ligonier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Klick. He is survived by his wife, Gertrude; a daughter, Mrs. Marion Schlotterback of Brimfield; and one granddaughter, Miss Joan Schlotterback; and a sister, Mrs. Mary K. Bartley of Kimmell. Funeral was held at the home Dec. 4. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 12-?-1939

noble Co obituaries - Lec LeCount Anna, 82, died last Thursday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Homer Campbell, near Ligonier, with whom she had resided the past 12 years. Other survivors are another daughter, Mrs. Wayne Thunander of Kimmell; two sons, Vassa of Cromwell, and Millard of Green, N.Y.; three brothers, Harry, Lewis and Eden Schlotterback of Ligonier; 9 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral was in L. H. Moore Funeral Home Sunday. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 8-?-1949

LeCount Vassa, 67, a retired carpenter and lifelong resident of the community, died Sunday at VA Hospital, Fort Wayne of a heart attack. Born May 27, 1892 in Cromwell, he was the son of William and Anna (Schlotterback) LeCount. He served in WW I. Surviving are the widow, Florence; a brother, Millard of New York; a sister, Mrs. Lena Thunander, Ligonier; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Burl Miller of near Cromwell, and Mrs. Mary Winebrenner of Cromwell. Services were Wednesday in L. H. Moore Funeral Home in Cromwell. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 11-?-1959

Nobel County Obituaries - Lis Lint Moses, son of Daniel and Katie Lint, was born in Holmes County, Ohio, and died at his late home near Kimmell, aged 76 years, 1 month and 27 days. He was the youngest of a family of 11 children, being the last of this large family to pass into the sleep of death. He married Margaret Anna Kreglier. They had nine children, eight of whom survive. The wife and mother died June 6, 1899. Surviving their father are Mrs. Jessie Couts of Elkhart, Mrs. William A. Holman of Chicago, Mrs. L. E. Foreman, Willard, Ohio, Mrs. Emery Bennett, Ligonier, Mrs. Minnie Schlotterback at home, Wallie, Elkhart, Grover, Pierceton, John, Ligonier; 11 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren. He united with the Sparta Christian Church where funeral was held Monday. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 3-?-1929

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Lung Curtis G, 90, 110 S. Oak, Albion, died at his home Tuesday. He was born June 1, 1885 in Garrett to John and Christine (Kromhuff) Lung. He was a retired farmer and the oldest member of the Albion Eagles Lodge. He is survived by his wife, Edna; 7 daughters, Florence Sears, Huntington, Martha Schlotterback, Merriam, Carolyn Bortner, Albion, Dawn Gillespie, Albion, Nina Clark, Jeffersonville, Jean Denton, Huntington, and Evelyn Martin, California; two sons, Robert, Albion, and Doyle, Wawaka; 33 grandchildren, 35 great-grandchildren; and 4 great-great-grandchildren. Five children, 5 grandchildren, 4 brothers and 3 sisters preceded him in death. Funeral will be Thursday at Brazzell Funeral Home, Albion. Burial, Avilla Cemetery. + 9-?-1975

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Marti Sylvia C, 84, 302 ½ S. Walsh St., Garrett, died in her home Sunday. She was born Aug. 14, 1895 in Kimmell to Albert and Nancy (Bear) Schlotterback. She married Christopher Marti on Sept. 26, 1912 in Kendallville. He died in Sept. 1931. She was a member of the Eagles Auxiliary and the First Baptist Church, Garrett. She lived almost all of her life in Garrett. Surviving are a son, Alfred of Garrett; two daughters, Mrs. Raymond (Clarbel) Bock, Garrett, and Mrs. Guy (Rebecca) Obendorf, Garrett; 15 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren. Four brothers and seven children preceded her in death. Funeral will be Tuesday in McKee Funeral Home, Garrett. Burial, Christian Union Cemetery. + 4-?-1980

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Matthews David was born in Pierre-pont, Ashtabula County, Ohio May 11, 1819; died at his home in Albion May 20, 1889. He came with his family to Indiana in 1861and settled in York Twp on May 11. His residence had been continuous in Noble County for 28 years. In 1878 he removed to Albion. He was an able professor and teacher of vocal and instrumental music. He leaves a widow and 5 children, Ellen, wife of Dr. E. L. Schlotterback; Eliza, widow of the late George H. Lane; Anna, wife of R. L. Stone; William, only surviving son,; and Kate, wife of W. E. Worden, with numerous grandchildren. Funeral was at the M. E. Church May 22. Burial, Albion Cemetery. Noble Co Democrat 5-29-1889

Nobel County Obituareis - McA McCammon Ollie, about 77, a native and lifelong resident of the Cromwell community, died Dec. 8 at her home following a stroke. Surviving are the husband, Les; a brother, Ben Archer of Cromwell; three sisters, Mrs. Etta Schlotterback of Ligonier, Mrs. Grace McCammon of Elkhart, and Mrs. Verna McCammon of Cromwell; and two grandchildren. Services were Saturday. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 12-?-1954

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Owen Shane D, 22, died Sept. 6 in Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne. He was born Dec. 5, 1975 in Kendallville to Jack D. and Jane (Perkins) Owen. He was a lifetime Albion resident and a 1998 graduate of Central Noble High School. Surviving are his parents in Albion; a brother, Todd of South Whitley; 3 sisters, Jody Riecke of Avilla, Deidra Schlotterback of Albion and Darla Owen of Albion; grandparents, Marie Perkins of Stroh and Homer Owen of Albion. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Kenneth Perkins and Sarah Owen. Funeral was in Trinity United Methodist Church, Albion. Burial, Rose Hill Cemetery. ~ 9-19-1998

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Peterson Ruth, 94, of 106 W. Miller St., Ligonier, died Sunday in Kenney Health Care Center. She was born Nov. 12, 1893 in LaGrange County, the daughter of Josiah and Nora (Benham) Rowe. On Nov. 19, 1912 in Topeka she married Henry Peterson who preceded her in death in 1922. She had lived most of her life in the Ligonier area and for many years was a supervisor for Wirk Garment Factory, Ligonier, and later for Gene Lee Originals, Goshen. She was a member of Ligonier United Methodist Church and a charter member of Perry Twp Homemakers’ Club. Surviving are 2 daughters, Helen Ream, Topeka, and Mary Kathryn Schlotterback, Albion; 2 sons, E. Ray, of Palestine, Texas, and Ellsworth of Ligonier; 7 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; and 4 great-great-grandchildren. Four brothers and 2 sisters preceded her in death. Services will be Wednesday in Ligonier United Methodist Church, Ligonier. Burial, Eden Cemetery. + 8-7-1988

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Pollock Edward, 70, retired NYC Railroad employee, died Friday at Wolf Lake. Funeral was Sunday at Sparta Christian Church. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. Surviving are 3 sons, William of Minn., John of Wash., and Fred of near Wolf Lake; one daughter, Ilene of Elkhart; one brother, Mort C. of Angola; 3 sisters, Mrs. Ella Lafong of near Kimmell, Mrs. Laura Baker of Albion, and d of Ligonier. + 9-?-1941

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Pressler Vada, daughter of John and Margaret Schlotterback, was born in York Twp May 2, 1884, and died at her home July 27, 1922, aged 38 years, 2 months and 25 days. She had been afflicted with asthma and heart trouble. On the evening of her death her son and daughter attended the Chautauqua in Albion and upon their return inquired of the father who was asleep as to their mother and it was then discovered that she had left the home unawares probably in a delirious condition and could not be found. The family dog in a nervous manner traversed to and from the house across the field which led the searchers to the spot where she had fallen dead. She married Harvey Pressler June 14, 1905, and they had 2 children, Edna Mae 15, and Everett R 12. She leaves her husband, the two children; the mother, west of Albion; one brother, John, Albion. Two brothers died in childhood. Funeral was Sunday. Burial, Albion Cemetery. + 7-?-1922

Prouty Mary, about 65, died May 17, 1964 at her farm home in the Bakertown community, where she had lived nearly 2 years. A native of Kendallville, and a former Rome City resident, she was a member of the Eagles Auxiliary and the Royal Neighbors in Kendallville. She is survived by a son, Rex; and 2 daughters, Mrs. Robert Forker and Mrs. Elton Cogan of R. 3, Albion; 2 sisters, Mrs. Ruth Winebrenner of Albion, and Mrs. Betty Cozier of Fort Wayne; 4 foster brothers, Ira Schlotterback of Merriam, Harry Schlotterback of Kendallville, Daniel Schlotterback of Fort Wayne, and Franklin Schlotterback of Albion; and 2 foster sisters, Mrs. Rachel McNeal and Mrs. Howard Truelove of Merriam. Funeral was Wednesday at a Kendallville funeral home. Burial, Rehoboth Cemetery. + 5-?-1964

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Shew Gertrude Klick of Ligonier died April 5, 1965 in Goshen Hospital. She is survived by the husband, Clarence; one daughter, Mrs. Marion Schlotterback, R. 1, Albion; one grandchild; 3 great-grandchildren; and 2 sisters. Funeral was Wednesday at Ulrey-Sedgwick Funeral Home, Ligonier. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 4-?-1965

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Skidgel Mary E, 55, of 12823 Lima Road, Fort Wayne, died Saturday in Lutheran Hospital. A lifetime area resident, she was the 7th person to receive a heart transplant from Lutheran Hospital. She was a medical aide at Byron Health Care Center, retiring in 1981. She was born Jan. 7, 1933 in Collamer, the daughter of Lew and Treva (Saylor) Myers. On March 21, 1952 in Columbia City, she married Russell Skidgel. Surviving are her parents in Columbia City; her husband; 2 daughters, Mrs. Rick (Diane) Templeton of Leo, and Mrs. David (Polly) Irvin of Fort Wayne; 5 sons, William of Vancouver, Wash., Herbert of Huntertown, Raymond, Curtis and Wayne of Fort Wayne; 2 sisters, Mrs. Larry (Adra) Schlotterback of Fort Wayne, and Mrs. Harry (Lois) Engle of Angola; and 10 grandchildren. Services will be Wednesday in Orr Funeral Home, Churubusco. Burial, Highland Park Cemetery. + 12-9-1988

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Thomas Mary Eliza was born in Pierpont, Ashtabula County, Ohio, May 18, 1846 and died at South Bend, Ind. May 10, 1920, aged 73 years, 11 months and 21 days. She was the daughter of David and Henrietta Stanton Matthews. When 15 years of age she, with her family, moved to Noble County. On Sept. 10, 1864 she married George H. Lane. They had 8 children. The husband died Dec. 10, 1888. She was preceded in death by 2 sisters, Mrs. R. L. Stone and Mrs. W. E. Worden; 4 children, Maude, Raymond, Mrs. Thomas Smith, and Mrs. J. E. Kilgore. Those surviving are a sister, Mrs. Ellen Schlotterback of Elkhart, Ind.; a brother, W. H. of Albion; 4 children, Vincent D. Lane, Bluefield, W. Va., Edgar A., Sidney Australia, Mrs. W. D. Allen, Tampa, Fla., and Mrs. Roy Skinner of South Bend, Ind.; 8 grandchildren. In April 1893 she married Charles W. Thomas, who died May 3, 1915. She was a member of the Sparta Christian Church and the Rebekah Lodge at Kimmell. + 5-?-1920

Thunander Lena, 75, 109 Richmond St., died Tuesday in Goshen Hospital of a heart attack. She was born June 7, 1897 in Noble County to William and Anna (Schlotterback) Lecount and was a lifetime resident of Ligonier and Kimmell communities. On Feb. 21, 1917 she was married in Kimmell to Wayne Thunander, who died Jan. 14, 1962. She was a member of Sparta Church of Christ. Surviving are 4 daughters, Mrs. Virgil (Birdie) Price, Mrs. Lloyd (Anna) Patrick and Mrs. Don (Donna) Seidner of Ligonier, and Mrs. Ruth Knox, R. 1, Cromwell; one brother, Millard, Fla.; and 17 grandchildren. Funeral will be at the Sparta Church. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 12-?-1972

Tierman Lillian Mae, 58, a former Kendallville resident who had been residing at Muskegon Heights, Mich., died Monday in Butler Hospital, Muskegon. Born Nov. 4, 1915 in Noble County, she was the daughter of Homer W. and Elva (Newman) Frederick. She married William Tierman July 3, 1937 in Kendallville. She was employed in the coil room of Anaconda Cable Co., Muskegon and was a member of First Church of Christ, Kendallville. Surviving are her husband; 2 daughters, Mrs. Judith Luttrull, Holton, Mich., and Bonnie Jean at home; 2 sisters, Mrs. Virginia Schlotterback, Kendallville, and Mrs. June Parr, Ashley; 2 half-brothers, Sam and William Blaskie, Kendallville; 3 grandchildren; and her father, R. 2, Kendallville. Funeral will be Thursday in Sytsema Funeral Home, Muskegon. Burial, MonoView Cemetery, Muskegon Heights. + 7-?-1974

Thunander Lena, 75, 109 Richmond St., died Tuesday in Goshen Hospital of a heart attack. She was born June 7, 1897 in Noble County to William and Anna (Schlotterback) Lecount and was a lifetime resident of Ligonier and Kimmell communities. On Feb. 21, 1917 she was married in Kimmell to Wayne Thunander, who died Jan. 14, 1962. She was a member of Sparta Church of Christ. Surviving are 4 daughters, Mrs. Virgil (Birdie) Price, Mrs. Lloyd (Anna) Patrick and Mrs. Don (Donna) Seidner of Ligonier, and Mrs. Ruth Knox, R. 1, Cromwell; one brother, Millard, Fla.; and 17 grandchildren. Funeral will be at the Sparta Church. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 12-?-1972

Tierman Lillian Mae, 58, a former Kendallville resident who had been residing at Muskegon Heights, Mich., died Monday in Butler Hospital, Muskegon. Born Nov. 4, 1915 in Noble County, she was the daughter of Homer W. and Elva (Newman) Frederick. She married William Tierman July 3, 1937 in Kendallville. She was employed in the coil room of Anaconda Cable Co., Muskegon and was a member of First Church of Christ, Kendallville. Surviving are her husband; 2 daughters, Mrs. Judith Luttrull, Holton, Mich., and Bonnie Jean at home; 2 sisters, Mrs. Virginia Schlotterback, Kendallville, and Mrs. June Parr, Ashley; 2 half-brothers, Sam and William Blaskie, Kendallville; 3 grandchildren; and her father, R. 2, Kendallville. Funeral will be Thursday in Sytsema Funeral Home, Muskegon. Burial, MonoView Cemetery, Muskegon Heights. + 7-?-1974

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Lafong Lou Ella, 75, of near Kimmell, died Friday at Lakeside Hospital, Kendallville. Surviving the lifelong resident of Noble County are the husband, William; one brother, Morton Pollock of Angola; and two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Schlotterback of Ligonier (only one named). Funeral was Sunday at the Sparta Christian Church. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 10-?-1942

Lawson Gloria D, 25, R. 4, Albion, died Nov. 26 in Parkview Hospital. She was born Sept. 18, 1950, the daughter of Dwight and Joan (Schlotterback) Lawson. She is survived by her mother and her father, a sister, Mrs. Jack (Kathy) Applegate; three brothers, Steve, Tony and John, all at home; a niece, Elizabeth Applegate; and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Schlotterback, and Mrs. Dorothy Lawson. A brother, Kim preceded her in death Oct 22. Services will be Friday at Sheets Funeral Home, Churubusco. Burial, Christian Chapel Cemetery. ~ 12-4-1975

Lawson Kim L, 19, R. 4, Albion, died Wednesday at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Fort Wayne. He was born April 19, 1956 to Dwight and Joann (Schlotterback) Lawson. A 1974 graduate of Central Noble High School, he was a freshman at Vincennes University. He was employed at the Valley Advance newspaper in Vincennes and had worked summers at Dana Corp. in Churubusco. He was a member of Merriam Christian Chapel. Surviving are his parents; three brothers, Steve, Tony and John at home; one sister, Mrs. Jack (Kathy) Applegate; his grandparents, Mrs. Dorothy Lawson, Ligonier, and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Schlotterback. Services were at Merriam Christian Chapel Saturday. + 10-?-1975

Lawson Tony A, 25, Hagerstown, died Nov. 6 at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. He was born March 7, 1960 in Noble County the son of Joann Weber of Hagerstown and Dwight L. Lawson of Fort Wayne. He was employed as a mechanic at Peterbilt Truck Sales in Indianapolis. Surviving with his parents and stepfather, Vaughn Weber, are one sister, Kathy Krider, Kimmell; two brothers, Steve R., Albion, and John A., Hagerstown; his maternal step-grandmother, Lila Schlotterback, Columbia City. One brother and one sister preceded him in death. Graveside services were Saturday at Christian Chapel Cemetery. ~ 11-14-1985 + 11-6-1985

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Truelove Albert E, 49, died Saturday at the home of his mother, who resides on Newnam Ave., Kendallville. He was born in Noble County March 14, 1931, the son of Howard E. and Sarah (Schlotterback) Truelove. He retired from A&P where he had worked 28 years. He was a machinist for Reliable Tool in Kendallville, a veteran of the Korean Conflict, and a member of the Eagles Lodge and the American Legion. Surviving are his mother and his wife, the former Charlotte Reade; three daughters, Mrs. James (Sandi) Heronemus, Gallup, N.M., Mrs. Jimmie (Sharon) Grocock, Avilla, and Mrs. Stan (Sue) Kostielney, Kendallville; two sisters, Mrs. Richard (Mary) Macken, New Haven, and Mrs. Billy (Emma) Rosenogle, Kendallville; a brother, Allen, Columbia City, and two grandchildren. Services were Tuesday in Hite Funeral Home. Burial, Riverview Cemetery. ~ 11-6-1980 + 11-?-1980

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Rice Dawn E, 43, 207 W. Miller St., Ligonier, died Thursday in Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne. She was born March 23, 1944 in Albion, the daughter of Curtis and Edna (Weist) Lung. On March 13, 1986 in Kendallville she married Charles "Pete" Rice. She moved from Albion to Ligonier in 1986 and was a factory worker at Dana Corporation, Churubusco and a member of Ligonier Eagles Auxiliary 1763. Surviving are her mother in Kendallville; her husband; a son, John Gillespie of Ligonier; 3 stepsons, Tim and Jim Rice of Goshen, and Doug Sands, address unknown; 4 stepdaughters, Mrs. Richard (Cynthia) Dawson of Pittsburgh, Pa., Cheryl Rice of Ligonier, Mrs. Russell (Carol) Cameron of New Wilmington, Pa., and Debra Rice of Millersburg; 5 sisters, Mrs. Ray (Nina) Clark and Jeanne Denton of Huntington, Mrs. Robert (Evelyn) Martin of Santa Clara, Calif., Mrs. Ira (Martha) Schlotterback of Merriam, and Mrs. Edward (Carolyn) Bortner of Ligonier; a half-sister, Mrs. Fred (Florence) Cosart of Huntington; 2 brothers, Robert and Doyle of Albion. Memorial services are Monday in Merriam Christian Chapel. + 3-3-1988

Ritter Ruth, 71, 400 Water St., Ligonier, died Wednesday in Goshen General Hospital of complications following a stroke. She was born Nov. 9, 1903 in Noble County to Frank and Mary (Heffner) Growcock and was a lifetime resident of the community. She married Forrest Ritter January 29, 1920. She was a former factory employee in Ligonier. Surviving are her husband; two sons, Richard (Tex) and Donald, both Ligonier; one brother and two sisters, Floyd Growcock, Mrs. Ralph Schlotterback and Mrs. Fred Duesler, Ligonier; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services will be Friday in Ulrey Funeral Home, Ligonier. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 11-?-1974

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Schlotterback Florence (Ott), 83, wife of Noble County councilman Thomas E. Schlotterback, Albion, died Monday in McCray Hospital. The couple had operated a farm in Green Twp before moving to Albion in 1943. Surviving are husband; 4 sons, Franklin and Ira of Albion, Harry of Kendallville, and Daniel of Fort Wayne; 2 daughters, Mrs. Rachel McNeal of Albion, and Mrs. Sarah Truelove of Kendallville; and a foster daughter, Mrs. Mary Prouty of Albion; 3 sisters; 19 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren. Funeral services was in Merriam Christian Chapel, of which she was a member. Burial was in the church cemetery. ~ 2-7-1963 + 2-?-1963

Schlotterback Belle, 77, died Tuesday in Goshen General Hospital from a coronary. She lived in Ligonier and was the stepmother of Mrs. Ralph (Mary) Bueker, R. 1, Avilla. She was born May 18, 1901 in Noble County to Frank and Mary Catherine (Heffner) Growcock. She and Ralph Schlotterback were married July 20, 1939 in Kimmell. Survivors include her husband; two other stepdaughters, Mrs. Karl (Mildred) Prough, Wolcottville, and Mrs. David (Betty) Lambert, Fort Wayne; one sister, Mrs. Fred Duesler, Ligonier; one brother, Floyd Growcock, Ligonier; nine grandchildren; two foster grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Services were Wednesday in Ulrey Funeral Home, Ligonier. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. ~ 8-10-1978 + 7-?-1978

Schlotterback Clara J died at the old Schlotterback homestead about 2 miles southwest of town Sunday, aged nearly 76 years. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua John, pioneer residents of Noble County, who came here from Ohio. Fifty-five years ago she was married to Ira Schlotterback, who survives together with 2 daughters, Mrs. O. G. Bowen of this city and Mrs. Lulu Swinehart of Bristol; and 3 sons, Thomas of Albion, and Leon and Willis of Ligonier; besides a number of grandchildren. Funeral will be from the home on Tuesday. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 9-?-1930

Schlotterback Danny, 24, 542 N. Wood St., Kendallville, died last Wednesday in the Fort Wayne Veterans Hospital. He was born May 12, 1946 in Wolf Lake, the son of Harry and Virginia Frederick Schlotterback, and worked for Food Marketing before he became ill. A member of the American Legion, he served in the U. S. Marine Corps from March 11, 1966 until March 7, 1969. He served in DaNang, Viet Nam. He was graduated from Kendallville High School in 1964 and was a member of the First Christian Church. Surviving in addition to the parents are a sister, Mrs. Larry (Marna) Donley, R. 1, LaOtto, and a brother, Fred, at home. Funeral services were Saturday in the Hite Funeral Home. Burial, Lake View Cemetery. ~ 5-28-1970 + 3-?-1969

Schlotterback Florence (Ott), 83, wife of Noble County councilman Thomas E. Schlotterback, Albion, died Monday in McCray Hospital. The couple had operated a farm in Green Twp before moving to Albion in 1943. Surviving are husband; 4 sons, Franklin and Ira of Albion, Harry of Kendallville, and Daniel of Fort Wayne; 2 daughters, Mrs. Rachel McNeal of Albion, and Mrs. Sarah Truelove of Kendallville; and a foster daughter, Mrs. Mary Prouty of Albion; 3 sisters; 19 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren. Funeral services was in Merriam Christian Chapel, of which she was a member. Burial was in the church cemetery. ~ 2-7-1963 + 2-?-1963

Schlotterback Gladys C, 81, of 206 Center Ave., Kendallville, died Saturday (d. 2-6-1982) at the Lutheran Home. She was born in Wolf Lake Nov. 22, 1900, the daughter of John W. and Gertrude (Gunder) Klick. On Jan. 1, 1922 in Ligonier she married Marion Schlotterback. A lifetime area resident, she was a retired school teacher and member of Busy Bees Homemakers’ Club and Noble County Rural Letter Carriers Association and Auxiliary. Surviving are her husband; a daughter, Mrs. James (Joan) Shull of Kendallville; 3 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Services were today in Hite Funeral Home. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 2-6-1982

Schlotterback Harry, 85, died Aug. 20 in the Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne. He was a retired farmer and a lifelong resident of the Ligonier community. Surviving are 2 sons, Marion of Brimfield and Melvin of Ligonier; 2 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Funeral was Tuesday at the Ligonier Funeral Home Tuesday. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 8-?-1955

Schlotterback Helen E, 66, of R. 2, Albion, died Sept. 10 at Alfran Nursing Home. She was born May 10, 1912 in Sparta Twp, the daughter of Charles F. and Mary Rhodabaugh Gay. On June 30, 1928 she married Ira Schlotterback. They spent their entire married lives in Noble County and the last 40 years in Merriam. Surviving are the husband; five sons, Thomas of Sarasota, Fla., Ira Jr., Rodger L. and Terry, all of R. 2, Albion, and Kent L., west of Churubusco; five daughters, Mrs. Vaughn (Joan) Weber of Hagerstown, Mrs. Russell (Luella) Kissinger of Mishawaka, Mrs. Herbert (Cholene) Anderson of R. 2, Albion, Mrs. James (Linda) Norris, west of Churubusco, Mrs. Richard (Sandra) Goldner, Tampa, Fla.; 34 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Elmer (Fredonna) Ross, Mrs. Ben (Irene) Shoda, Mrs. Delbert (Dorothy) Ewing, all Columbia City, Mrs. Darrell (Mary) Creech and Mrs. Glen (Lois) Beazley, both Larwill. She was preceded in death by one son, Sterle Dean; three grandchildren and a brother Dale Gay. Services were Wednesday in Sheets Funeral Home at Churubusco. Burial, Christian Chapel Cemetery. + 9-?-1978

Schlotterback Ira S, 74, Columbia City, died Thursday at Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne. He was born August 28, 1908 in Noble County, the son of Thomas E. and Florence (Ott) Schlotterback. He married Helen Gay June 21, 1928. She died September 10, 1978. On May 24, 1980 he married Lila Geiger. He was a self-employed carpenter until 1961 when he went to work for Miller’s Cabinet Company. He retired in 1978 and was a member of Merriam Christian Chapel. Surviving are his wife; five daughters, Mrs. Vaughn (Joann) Weber, Hagerstown, Mrs. Russell (Luella) Kissinger, Mishawaka, Mrs. Herbert (Cholene) Anderson, R. 2, Albion, Mrs. James (Linda) Norris, Churubusco, and Mrs. Richard (Sandra) Goldner, Tampa, Florida; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Roger (Marilyn) Fry, Columbia City, and Mrs. Kenneth (Lois)Templeton, Lauranville, Ga.; two sisters, Sarah Truelove, Kendallville, Rachel McNeal, Albion; three brothers, Daniel, Fort Wayne, Harry, Kendallville, and Franklin, Albion; 36 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. Services were Monday at Merriam Christian Chapel. Burial, Christian Chapel Cemetery. ~ 5-12-1983 + 5-5-1983

Schlotterback Margaret, daughter of Martin and Ruth Ann Huff, was born Aug. 1, 1853, died March 25 at her home at the age of 69 years, 7 months and 24 days. She married John Schlotterback on July 30, 1872. They had 3 sons and one daughter, 2 sons and the daughter having preceded her in death. The last one was Vada Pressler on July 27. One son is living, John. She was of a family of 11 children of which 4 survive. She has lived in Noble County all her life, living at her present home for over 11 years. Her husband died June 27, 1911. She leaves her son, John; a son-in-law, Harvey Pressler of Albion; 3 brothers and one sister, Mrs. Alma Cole, of Canton, Ohio; 3 grandchildren, Edna and Everett Pressler, and Ralph Schlotterback north of Albion; 2 great-grandchildren. Funeral was at United Brethren Church Wednesday. Burial, Ligonier Cemetery. + 3-?-1923

Schlotterback Marion L, 90, of 206 Center Ave., died Monday in McCray Hospital. He was born in Noble County Aug. 19, 1898, the son of Harry and Lizzie (Pollock) Schlotterback. On Jan. 11, 1922 in Ligonier he married Gladys C. Klick who died Feb. 6, 1982. He was a retired rural mail carrier and a charter member of Brimfield Lions Club. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. James (Joan) Shull of Kendallville; 2 grandchildren; and 4 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a brother, Melvin, and a granddaughter. Services will be Wednesday in Hite Funeral Home, Kendallville. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 5-29-1989

Schlotterback Melvin C, 65, R. 2, Ligonier, a lifetime resident of the Ligonier area, died Saturday at his residence following a heart attack. Born Oct. 14, 1902 in Sparta Twp, the son of Harry and Lizzie (Pollock) Schlotterback, he was married Sept. 9, 1929 in Ligonier to Mary Kitson. He was owner of Schlotterback’s Market, which he had operated the past 40 years. He was a member of the Elks and Masonic Lodges, Ligonier, the Ligonier Methodist Church, and the Fort Wayne Scottish Rite. Surviving are the widow; 3 sons, Major Victor K., U. S. Army, London, England; William Kitson and Robert Kitson, both of Ligonier; 3 grandchildren; and 1 brother, Marion of Brimfield. Services were held Tuesday in Ulrey-Sedgwick Funeral Home. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 6-?-1968

Schlotterback Minnie, 61, died last Friday at her home east of Ligonier. Funeral was held Monday at the Sparta Christian Church, Kimmell. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. Surviving are one son, Ralph; and 3 other sisters; and 3 brothers, including John Lint of Ligonier. + 12-?-1937

Schlotterback Ralph, 84, Ligonier, was born April 26, 1899 in Noble County, the son of John and Minnie (Lint) Schlotterback. He married Beulah Webster in Albion Jan. 17, 1920, and she died in 1931. He then married Belle Chaffee on July 17, 1929, and she died in 1978. He was retired from Penn Controls, Goshen, was a member of Kimmell Conservation Club and the Ligonier Eagles Lodge. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Ralph (Mary) Bueker, Avilla, Mrs. Karl ( Mildred) Prough, Wolcottville, and Mrs. David (Betty) Lambert, Fort Wayne; nine grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and two step-grandchildren. Two sons preceded him in death. Services were Tuesday in Orr Funeral Home. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. ~ 6-30-1983 + 6-24-1983

Schlotterback Thomas E, 81, died April 7, 1964 at McCray Hospital. He served with the U. S. Army in the 6th Regiment of the Infantry Co. L. at Fort Sam Houston, Texas and later served with the first organization of the Indiana National Guard, served as bailiff of the Noble Circuit Court under the late Judge Bodenhafer. He is a Noble County councilman and a retired contractor. He was the son of Sarah John and Ira Schlotterback, who were pioneer residents of the community. In 1907 he married Florence Ott, who died in 1963. He is survived by 3 daughters, Mrs. Rachel McNeal of Albion, Mrs. Sarah Truelove and Mrs. Mary Prouty of Rome City; 4 sons, Franklin and Ira of Albion, Harry of Kendallville, and Daniel of Fort Wayne; one brother, Willis of Ligonier; 21 grandchildren; 52 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Saturday at Merriam Christian Chapel. Burial, Christian Chapel Cemetery. + 4-?-1964

Schlotterback Belle, 77, died Tuesday in Goshen General Hospital from a coronary. She lived in Ligonier and was the stepmother of Mrs. Ralph (Mary) Bueker, R. 1, Avilla. She was born May 18, 1901 in Noble County to Frank and Mary Catherine (Heffner) Growcock. She and Ralph Schlotterback were married July 20, 1939 in Kimmell. Survivors include her husband; two other stepdaughters, Mrs. Karl (Mildred) Prough, Wolcottville, and Mrs. David (Betty) Lambert, Fort Wayne; one sister, Mrs. Fred Duesler, Ligonier; one brother, Floyd Growcock, Ligonier; nine grandchildren; two foster grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Services were Wednesday in Ulrey Funeral Home, Ligonier. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. ~ 8-10-1978 + 7-?-1978

Schlotterback Beulah Lauretta, daughter of George and Susanna Webster, was born near Albion, Oct. 25, 1896 and died June 2, 1931, aged 34 years, 7 months and 11 days. She was married to Carl Schlotterback on Jan. 17, 1920. They had 5 children, Mary, Ross, Floyd, Mildred May and Betty Lou. She was a member of the Rehoboth Lutheran Church. She leaves the husband; 4 children; her father and mother. Funeral was at Sparta Church Thursday. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. +6-?-1931 Schlotterback Clara J died at the old Schlotterback homestead about 2 miles southwest of town Sunday, aged nearly 76 years. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua John, pioneer residents of Noble County, who came here from Ohio. Fifty-five years ago she was married to Ira Schlotterback, who survives together with 2 daughters, Mrs. O. G. Bowen of this city and Mrs. Lulu Swinehart of Bristol; and 3 sons, Thomas of Albion, and Leon and Willis of Ligonier; besides a number of grandchildren. Funeral will be from the home on Tuesday. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 9-?-1930

Schlotterback Danny, 24, 542 N. Wood St., Kendallville, died last Wednesday in the Fort Wayne Veterans Hospital. He was born May 12, 1946 in Wolf Lake, the son of Harry and Virginia Frederick Schlotterback, and worked for Food Marketing before he became ill. A member of the American Legion, he served in the U. S. Marine Corps from March 11, 1966 until March 7, 1969. He served in DaNang, Viet Nam. He was graduated from Kendallville High School in 1964 and was a member of the First Christian Church. Surviving in addition to the parents are a sister, Mrs. Larry (Marna) Donley, R. 1, LaOtto, and a brother, Fred, at home. Funeral services were Saturday in the Hite Funeral Home. Burial, Lake View Cemetery. ~ 5-28-1970 + 3-?-1969

Schlotterback Ellen M was born in Ashtabula County, Ohio Feb. 1, 1845 to David and Henrietta Matthews and died June 16, 1920 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Blessing of Elkhart. She was the eldest of five children, all preceding her in death except one brother, William of Albion. On June 19, 1864 she maried E. L. Schlotterback, and they had 3 children, Vivian, Vernon and Beulah. The father died April 1, 1912 and the daughter, Vivian, Aug. 31, 1914, both being buried in Oak Park Cemetery. There are also left 8 grandchildren. She was a member of the Daughters of Rebekah and the W.R.C. Funeral was held at the Christian Church Saturday. + 6-?-1920

Schlotterback Etta M, 90, died Wednesday at her home of a heart attack. Born Nov. 10, 1881 in Cromwell, she was the daughter of Levi and Emma (Crago) Archer. Her first husband, Bert Yarlot, died in 1938, and her second husband, Willis Schlotterback, died in 1971. She moved to Ligonier 20 years ago from Cromwell. Survivors include one son, Burton Yarlot, Ligonier; 2 sisters, Mrs. Grace McCammon, Elkhart, and Mrs. Verna McCammon, Milford; one grandchild; and 3 great-grandchildren. Funeral Friday at Ulrey Funeral Home, Ligonier. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 8-?-1972

Schlotterback Florence (Ott), 83, wife of Noble County councilman Thomas E. Schlotterback, Albion, died Monday in McCray Hospital. The couple had operated a farm in Green Twp before moving to Albion in 1943. Surviving are husband; 4 sons, Franklin and Ira of Albion, Harry of Kendallville, and Daniel of Fort Wayne; 2 daughters, Mrs. Rachel McNeal of Albion, and Mrs. Sarah Truelove of Kendallville; and a foster daughter, Mrs. Mary Prouty of Albion; 3 sisters; 19 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren. Funeral services was in Merriam Christian Chapel, of which she was a member. Burial was in the church cemetery. ~ 2-7-1963 + 2-?-1963

Schlotterback Gideon of Perry Twp died Aug. 23, 1892. ~ 6-8-1893 He was born in Union County, Penn. May 23, 1811and died at his home Aug. 23, 1862. In 1832 he came to what is now Noble County but before the county was organized. On April 19, 1833 he married Mary Engle, with whom he lived until Jan. 23, 1856 when she died. They had 12 children of whom 7 are now living. He was married Nov. 1856 to Mrs. Mary Hoak who is still living. For more than 60 years he has lived in this community and in Perry Twp. ^ 6-9-1893

Schlotterback Gladys C, 81, of 206 Center Ave., Kendallville, died Saturday (d. 2-6-1982) at the Lutheran Home. She was born in Wolf Lake Nov. 22, 1900, the daughter of John W. and Gertrude (Gunder) Klick. On Jan. 1, 1922 in Ligonier she married Marion Schlotterback. A lifetime area resident, she was a retired school teacher and member of Busy Bees Homemakers’ Club and Noble County Rural Letter Carriers Association and Auxiliary. Surviving are her husband; a daughter, Mrs. James (Joan) Shull of Kendallville; 3 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Services were today in Hite Funeral Home. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 2-6-1982

Schlotterback Harry, 85, died Aug. 20 in the Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne. He was a retired farmer and a lifelong resident of the Ligonier community. Surviving are 2 sons, Marion of Brimfield and Melvin of Ligonier; 2 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Funeral was Tuesday at the Ligonier Funeral Home Tuesday. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 8-?-1955

Schlotterback Hattie Ruth was born in Green Twp Oct. 17, 1870, and died at her home in Albion April 4, 1930, aged 59 years, 6 months and 17 days. Her girlhood days were spent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ward, on the farm in Green Twp. She married B. F. Marks in 1891. He died in 1916. They had one son, Fred M. of Kalamazoo, Mich. She married John W. Schlotterback July 11, 1914. She attended the U. B. Church in this city. She leaves the husband; one son; 3 granddaughters; one sister, Mrs. John Kimmell; and 2 brothers. Funeral was at Miser Funeral Home Monday. Burial, Albion Cemetery. + 4-?-1930 Schlotterback Helen E, 66, of R. 2, Albion, died Sept. 10 at Alfran Nursing Home. She was born May 10, 1912 in Sparta Twp, the daughter of Charles F. and Mary Rhodabaugh Gay. On June 30, 1928 she married Ira Schlotterback. They spent their entire married lives in Noble County and the last 40 years in Merriam. Surviving are the husband; five sons, Thomas of Sarasota, Fla., Ira Jr., Rodger L. and Terry, all of R. 2, Albion, and Kent L., west of Churubusco; five daughters, Mrs. Vaughn (Joan) Weber of Hagerstown, Mrs. Russell (Luella) Kissinger of Mishawaka, Mrs. Herbert (Cholene) Anderson of R. 2, Albion, Mrs. James (Linda) Norris, west of Churubusco, Mrs. Richard (Sandra) Goldner, Tampa, Fla.; 34 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Elmer (Fredonna) Ross, Mrs. Ben (Irene) Shoda, Mrs. Delbert (Dorothy) Ewing, all Columbia City, Mrs. Darrell (Mary) Creech and Mrs. Glen (Lois) Beazley, both Larwill. She was preceded in death by one son, Sterle Dean; three grandchildren and a brother Dale Gay. Services were Wednesday in Sheets Funeral Home at Churubusco. Burial, Christian Chapel Cemetery. + 9-?-1978

Schlotterback Ira S, 74, Columbia City, died Thursday at Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne. He was born August 28, 1908 in Noble County, the son of Thomas E. and Florence (Ott) Schlotterback. He married Helen Gay June 21, 1928. She died September 10, 1978. On May 24, 1980 he married Lila Geiger. He was a self-employed carpenter until 1961 when he went to work for Miller’s Cabinet Company. He retired in 1978 and was a member of Merriam Christian Chapel. Surviving are his wife; five daughters, Mrs. Vaughn (Joann) Weber, Hagerstown, Mrs. Russell (Luella) Kissinger, Mishawaka, Mrs. Herbert (Cholene) Anderson, R. 2, Albion, Mrs. James (Linda) Norris, Churubusco, and Mrs. Richard (Sandra) Goldner, Tampa, Florida; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Roger (Marilyn) Fry, Columbia City, and Mrs. Kenneth (Lois)Templeton, Lauranville, Ga.; two sisters, Sarah Truelove, Kendallville, Rachel McNeal, Albion; three brothers, Daniel, Fort Wayne, Harry, Kendallville, and Franklin, Albion; 36 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. Services were Monday at Merriam Christian Chapel. Burial, Christian Chapel Cemetery. ~ 5-12-1983 + 5-5-1983

Schlotterback Jesse E, about 71, (b. 4-30-1876) a York Twp farmer, died Sept. 27, 1947 of apoplexy. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Merle Walker of Ligonier; a son, Gerald of Milford; 4 grandchildren; 4 brothers, Lewis, Milan, Eden and Harry; and a sister, Mrs. Anna LeCount of Ligonier. Funeral was Monday at Kimmell Methodist Church. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 9-?-1947 Schlotterback Lena Isabelle was born in Kansas May 24, 1882, the daughter of John and Cynthia Ann Godsell and was one of 6 children in the family. Her mother survives in Leroy, Ill., along with 2 sisters and 2 brothers, Mina Godsell, Mrs. Margaret Johns and John Godsell of Leroy, Ill., and Byron Godsell of Kendallville. When she was 6 years old the family moved to Leroy, Ill., and when she was 24 years old they came to a farm near Ligonier. In 1909 she was married to Jesse Schlotterback, who with 2 children, Gerald, and Mrs. Merle M. Walker; and one granddaughter, Joyce Kay Walker, survive. She died from a heart attack April 19, 1939, almost 57 years of age. She was a member of the Christian Church. Funeral was at Sparta Christian Church April 22. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. + 4-?-1939

Schlotterback Leo, 66, former Ligonier resident who had lived in Fort Wayne since 1936, died Tuesday in Parkview Hospital. Born July 9, 1912 in Noble County, he was the son of Leon and Blanche (Wingard) Schlotterback. He married Orvaleen Heffner Dec. 31, 1928 in Albion. He was a retired employee of Wayne Pump in Fort Wayne, a member of Fort Wayne Muzzle Loaders Organization and Cromwell Masonic Lodge. Survivors include the wife; a son, Larry, Fort Wayne; 2 brothers, Irvin, Fort Wayne, and James, Mishawaka; 4 grandchildren. Funeral will be Friday at Ulrey Funeral Home, Ligonier. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 12-?-1978 Schlotterback Lilly D, 70, a former Albion resident and native of this area, died Oct. 7 at St. Joseph Hospital, Fort Wayne. Surviving are the husband, John; 2 daughters, Mrs. Susannah Stead, Fort Wayne, and Mrs. Thirza Blaskie, Albion; 2 sons, Thurman Busz of Pierceton and Harvey Busz, Albion; 14 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren; several brothers and sisters, including Mrs. Ocie Wysong, Xenia, Ohio. Funeral was Friday from Miser Funeral Home. Burial, Stanford Cemetery near Merriam. + 10-?-1942

Schlotterback Margaret, daughter of Martin and Ruth Ann Huff, was born Aug. 1, 1853, died March 25 at her home at the age of 69 years, 7 months and 24 days. She married John Schlotterback on July 30, 1872. They had 3 sons and one daughter, 2 sons and the daughter having preceded her in death. The last one was Vada Pressler on July 27. One son is living, John. She was of a family of 11 children of which 4 survive. She has lived in Noble County all her life, living at her present home for over 11 years. Her husband died June 27, 1911. She leaves her son, John; a son-in-law, Harvey Pressler of Albion; 3 brothers and one sister, Mrs. Alma Cole, of Canton, Ohio; 3 grandchildren, Edna and Everett Pressler, and Ralph Schlotterback north of Albion; 2 great-grandchildren. Funeral was at United Brethren Church Wednesday. Burial, Ligonier Cemetery. + 3-?-1923

Schlotterback Marion L, 90, of 206 Center Ave., died Monday in McCray Hospital. He was born in Noble County Aug. 19, 1898, the son of Harry and Lizzie (Pollock) Schlotterback. On Jan. 11, 1922 in Ligonier he married Gladys C. Klick who died Feb. 6, 1982. He was a retired rural mail carrier and a charter member of Brimfield Lions Club. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. James (Joan) Shull of Kendallville; 2 grandchildren; and 4 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a brother, Melvin, and a granddaughter. Services will be Wednesday in Hite Funeral Home, Kendallville. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 5-29-1989

Schlotterback Mary settled in 1840; died May 3, 1895, aged 83 years, 2 months and 17 days. Widow of the pioneer, Gideon Schlotterback. ^ 6-14-1895 Schlotterback Melvin C, 65, R. 2, Ligonier, a lifetime resident of the Ligonier area, died Saturday at his residence following a heart attack. Born Oct. 14, 1902 in Sparta Twp, the son of Harry and Lizzie (Pollock) Schlotterback, he was married Sept. 9, 1929 in Ligonier to Mary Kitson. He was owner of Schlotterback’s Market, which he had operated the past 40 years. He was a member of the Elks and Masonic Lodges, Ligonier, the Ligonier Methodist Church, and the Fort Wayne Scottish Rite. Surviving are the widow; 3 sons, Major Victor K., U. S. Army, London, England; William Kitson and Robert Kitson, both of Ligonier; 3 grandchildren; and 1 brother, Marion of Brimfield. Services were held Tuesday in Ulrey-Sedgwick Funeral Home. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 6-?-1968

Schlotterback Minnie, 61, died last Friday at her home east of Ligonier. Funeral was held Monday at the Sparta Christian Church, Kimmell. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. Surviving are one son, Ralph; and 3 other sisters; and 3 brothers, including John Lint of Ligonier. + 12-?-1937 Schlotterback Pearl, 79, died today in her home here. She was born here Nov. 8, 1878 and had always resided in this community. She was a member of OES. Surviving are nieces and a nephew. Her husband, Louis, died in 1954. Services will be Sunday in Ulrey-Sedgwick Funeral Home. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 1-?-1958

Schlotterback Ralph, 84, Ligonier, was born April 26, 1899 in Noble County, the son of John and Minnie (Lint) Schlotterback. He married Beulah Webster in Albion Jan. 17, 1920, and she died in 1931. He then married Belle Chaffee on July 17, 1929, and she died in 1978. He was retired from Penn Controls, Goshen, was a member of Kimmell Conservation Club and the Ligonier Eagles Lodge. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Ralph (Mary) Bueker, Avilla, Mrs. Karl ( Mildred) Prough, Wolcottville, and Mrs. David (Betty) Lambert, Fort Wayne; nine grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and two step-grandchildren. Two sons preceded him in death. Services were Tuesday in Orr Funeral Home. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. ~ 6-30-1983 + 6-24-1983

Schlotterback Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schlotterback of Garrett, former resident of Albion, died Nov. 23 at the home of his parents. He would have reached the age of 16 years had he lived until Dec. 12 and he was born in Garrett. He had been sick for 2 years from tuberculosis and was a cripple. Surviving are his parents; 2 sisters, Mrs. Christ Marti of Garrett, and Mrs. Lavina Moshier of Peru; Ellsworth of Gary, Grover, address unknown, and Riley, Earl, Edward and Christ at home. Burial, Albion Cemetery. + 11-?-1922

Schlotterback Thomas E, 81, died April 7, 1964 at McCray Hospital. He served with the U. S. Army in the 6th Regiment of the Infantry Co. L. at Fort Sam Houston, Texas and later served with the first organization of the Indiana National Guard, served as bailiff of the Noble Circuit Court under the late Judge Bodenhafer. He is a Noble County councilman and a retired contractor. He was the son of Sarah John and Ira Schlotterback, who were pioneer residents of the community. In 1907 he married Florence Ott, who died in 1963. He is survived by 3 daughters, Mrs. Rachel McNeal of Albion, Mrs. Sarah Truelove and Mrs. Mary Prouty of Rome City; 4 sons, Franklin and Ira of Albion, Harry of Kendallville, and Daniel of Fort Wayne; one brother, Willis of Ligonier; 21 grandchildren; 52 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Saturday at Merriam Christian Chapel. Burial, Christian Chapel Cemetery. + 4-?-1964

Schlotterback Willis, 82, of McLean St., died Monday at his home in Ligonier. He was born Aug. 14, 1889 in Noble County and was a retired carpenter. Surviving are the widow, the former Etta Archer Yarlot; and a stepson, Burt Yarlot of Ligonier. Services were Wednesday from Ulrey Funeral Home. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 10-?-1971

Schlotterer - Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schlotterer died last night from spasms, aged two months. ~ 4-8-1897

Noble Co Obituaries Wils

Wingard Margaret Ellen, 82, pioneer lady near Ligonier, died Sept. 23 at Luckey Hospital, Wolf Lake. Funeral was at Cromwell Thursday. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. Surviving are 2 sons, Keith of South Bend, and L. T., Syracuse, N.Y.; 2 daughters, Mrs. Blanche Schlotterback, Ligonier, and Mrs. Ruth Nulf, Albion; 8 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. + 9-?-1943

Noble County Deaths H-K Nolbe Co Deaths L-Q Noble Co Deaths R-S

Johns Sarah Bell, 9d, 1-9-1890, Johns T J, Schlotterback --, A1
Marti Infant, 6-9-1913, 6-9-1913, -- Chris, Schlotterback --, A4
Marti Male, 6-9-1913, 6-9-1913, Marti Chris, Schlotterback Sylvia, K2
Pressler Vada, 5-2-1884, 7-27-1922, Schlotterback John, Huff Margaret, A5
Schlotterback Ada, 4-1-1867, 2-13-1925, Galbreath Guffey, Stage Elizabeth, L1
Schlotterback Eli L, 8-8-1841, 4-1-1912, Schlotterback Gideon, Engle Mary, L1
Schlotterback Henry, 83y1d, 10-31-1917, Schlotterback Gideon, Engle Mary, A5
Schlotterback Isabella, 54y2m, 3-19-1901, Klink David, Bartlett Nancy, A2
Schlotterback John H, 10-29-1846, 5-21-1911, -- Abraham, Hoy Rebeckah, A4
Schlotterback Margaret, 8-1-1853, 3-25-1923, Huff Martin, Shisler Ruth Ann, A6
Schlotterback May, 6-20-1874, 2-22-1929, --, --, L1-D
Schlotterback Peter, 2-26-1833, 9-20-1918, Schlotterback Gideon, Huffman Amelia, L1
Schlotterback Ross, 6-16-1924, 10-23-1924, Schlotterback Ralph, Webster Sarah, A6
Schlotterback Sarah, 11-17-1842, 7-13-1911, Davis John, Adkins --, A4
Schlotterback Sarah A, 8-2-1854, 6-10-1923, Miller George, Campbell Susan, L1
Scott Vivian, 12-1-1871, 8-31-1914, Schlotterback E L, Matthews Ellen M, L1
Shonts Jacob, 85y5m15d, 1-25-1900, Shonts Ferdinand, Schlotterback Mary, A2
Noble County Wills F=J - Noble County Wills K-P

Flowers Aaron, Sp: Phebe; Ch: Michael Flowers, Rosetta Schlotterback; Grch: five names not listed. bk 3
Kalb Shirley L, Sp: Julia A; Ch: Kenneth H Kalb, Minnie O Maloney, Carol S Mock, Ollie M Schlotterback, Shirley V Reed. bk 15

King Ellen, Sp: David; Adptd ch: Carl A King; Nie: Florence Schlotterback. bk 8
Kitson Pearl, Ch: Edna A Carney, Mary J Schlotterback; Grch: James L, Robert C, William K Kitson, Victor Schlotterback; Sis: Hazel Martin. bk 13
Marquiss Janette M Crow Klick, Sp: James Marquiss; Bro: William N, J E D Crow: Sis: Sadie M Sloan; Nep: Russell, Ralph, Jonathan, Chester, Richard Sloan, William W, Arthur D Crow; Nie: Janette Sloan Carver, Louesa Feldheiser, Gladys Schlotterback; Gr-nie: Connie Lou Ruby, Joan Schlotterback. bk 12
Matthews David, Sp: Henrietta; Ch: William H Matthews, Ellen Schlotterback, Eliza Lane, Anna Stone, Catharine A Worden. bk 3
Ott Daniel P, Sp: Lovina; Ch: Beulah Franks, Florence E Schlotterback, Lelia O Angel, Georgia Ott. bk 9

Noble County Wills Q-Z

Schlotterback Addie, Sp: Cash; Bro: Finley Galbreth; Sis: Olive Galbreth; Other: Nellie Goebel, Anna Hire, Evelyn Brown, Bettie Kegg, Josephine Wolf, Nina Stuff, Mary Kiester Beers. bk 8
Schlotterback Eli L, Sp: Ellen M; Ch: Vernon E Schlotterback, Beulah B Blessing, Vivian VanVleet, also known as Vivian Scott. bk 6
Schlotterback Florence, Sp: Thomas E; Ch: Rachel L McNeal, Franklin D, Ira S, Harry S, Daniel W Schlotterback, Sara A Truelove. bk 14
Schlotterback Gideon, Sp: Mary; Ch: Peter, Henry, Eli, Ira, Adam Schlotterback, Amelia Fait, Emma Koontz. bk 3
Schlotterback Margaret, Ch: Vada Pressler, John W Schlotterback. bk 8 Schlotterback Pearl, Sp: Lewis; Other: Helen S Russell, Walter Smith, Ann, Melvin, Walter Schlotterback, Irma Scheel, Lela Myers, Mrs. George Honert, Bertha Kriegbaum, Nadine Todd. bk 13
Schlotterback Thomas E, Sp: Florence E; Ch: Rachel L McNeal, Franklin D, Ira S, Harry S, Daniel W Schlotterback, Sara A Truelove; Foster dau: Mary C Prouty. bk 15
Webster George M, Grch: Floyd, Mildred M, Mary K, Betty Lou Schlotterback. bk 11
Wolf Harry, Sis: Hazel Martin; Other: Alta, Earl, Carl Wolf, Ethel Simmons, Mary Schlotterback, Lillie Harper, Ethel Blue. bk 15

Probate Records E-H Probate Records I-O Probate Records P-S

Flowers Aaron, d. 7-27-1890. Fd: 7-14-1890. Sp: Phoebe. Ch: Michael Flowers, Rosetta Schlotterback. Gc: Mary E, Gideon E, Phoebe J, Iva L, Charlotte I, Lincoln P Schlotterback.
Flowers Phoebe, d. 9-3-1901. Fd: 8-26-1902. Sp: Aaron. Ch: Rosetta Schlotterback, Michael Flowers.
Huff Martin, d. 9-9-1884. Fd: 9-30-1884. Sp: Ruth Ann. Ch: Daniel S, Eva, Henry O, Frederick O, Levi S, Reuben, Alma, Martin L, George W Huff, Margaret Schlotterback, Savilla Schlott.
Schlotterback Ellen M, d. 6-16-1920. Fd: 2-8-1922. Ch: Vernon E Schlotterback, Bula Blessing.
Schlotterback Gideon, d. 8-22-1892. Fd: 8-29-1892. Sp: Mary. Ch: Peter, Eli, Henry, Adam, Ira Schlotterback, Amelia Fait, Emma Koontz. Gc: Vernon, Bula Schlotterback.
Schlotterback Henry, d. 10-31-1917. Fd: 11-14-1917. Ch: Eden H, Harry B, J Milen, Jesse D, Lewis E Schlotterback, Emma Deardorff, Anna Lecount.
Schlotterback Margaret, d. 3-25-1923. Fd: 4-10-1923. Ch: John Schlotterback. Gc: Edna, Everett Pressler.
Schlotterback Mary, d. 5-3-1895. Fd: 10-28-1895. Ch: Delila Maggart, Hannah Hontz, David, Daniel N Hoak. Gc: Charles W Gale, Vada, Franklin, Daniel, Pearl, Bessie Droud.
Schlotterback Peter, d. 9-20-1918. Fd: 3-18-1920. Ch: Harriet John, Milton H, Cassius M, Peter L, Gideon E Schlotterback, Mary, Charlotte A Warden, Phebe J Albright, Iva Hutton.

Noble County Guardianships - 1859-1966 A-K

Fulton Mary K, Gdn Thomas E Schlotterback. Filed 13 May 1916.
Kitson Robert, William, heirs of Walter W Kitson, Gdn Mary Schlotterback. Filed 5 Mar 1958.

Noble County Guardianships - 1859-1966 L-Z

Schlabaugh Cholene, heir of Russell Schlabaugh, 
                    Gdn Franklin D Schlotterback. Filed 29 Apr 1952.   
Schlotterback Betty L, heir of George M Webster, 
                       Gdn Mary K Schlotterback. Filed 30 Oct 1950.  
Schlotterback Lula, heir of Gideon Schlotterback, 
                    Gdn Eli L Schlotterback. Filed 6 Oct 1903.  

Noble Co Tombstones SA: Noble Co Tombstones T:

Schlotterback Adam Mar 11, 1845- ~OP 2-29
Schlotterback Addie 1865-1925 ~OP D1-9
Schlotterback Albert (s/o John & Maggie) Dec 8, 1877 3y11m8d ~OP 2-9
Schlotterback Albert 1851-1930 ~RH B17
Schlotterback Bette ~Sp 2-8
Schlotterback Beulah 1897-1931 ~Sp 2-8
Schlotterback Blanche O 1882-1958 ~OP E18
Schlotterback Cora A (d/o Albert) Mar 16, 1892 9m1d ~Rose Hill Cem B17
Schlotterback Daniel W 1915-1991 ~Christian Chapel Cemetery 2-6
Schlotterback Danny L May 12, 1946-May 20, 1970 ~LV MP6
Schlotterback Della 1888-1952 ~OP E15
Schlotterback Dessie Belle Aug 8, 1978 ~Sp 5 Lot 612 bu rec
Schlotterback Eden Nov 21, 1953 ~Sp 4-22
Schlotterback Eli L 1841-1912 ~OP 2-15
Schlotterback Ellen M 1845-1920 ~OP 2-15
Schlotterback Etta Maude (Yarlot) Aug 12, 1972 ~Sp 3 Lot 219 bu rec
Schlotterback Florence (d/o I&S) Dec 13, 1894 1m ~OP 2-3
Schlotterback Florence (Ott) Jul 20, 1879-Feb 4, 1963 ~Christian Chapel 2-6
Schlotterback Floyd 1922-1968 ~Sp 2-8
Schlotterback Franklin D 1920- ~Christian Chapel Cemetery 2-6
Schlotterback Gerald J May 17, 1915-Mar 8, 1993 ~Sp 7-18
Schlotterback Gideon Aug 22, 1892 81y2m29d ~OP 2-14
Schlotterback Gladys C 1900-1982 ~OP E8
Schlotterback Harry B 1870-1955 ~OP E8
Schlotterback Harry S 1917-2004 ~LV MP6
Schlotterback Hattie 1870-1930 ~Rose Hill Cemetery Dd1
Schlotterback Helen E 1912-1978 ~Christian Chapel Cemetery 6-26
Schlotterback Henry Oct 30, 1834-Oct 31, 1917 ~Sp 4-22
Schlotterback Ira ~OP 2-3
Schlotterback Ira S 1908-1983 ~Christian Chapel Cemetery 6-26
Schlotterback Isabella Catharine (w/o Adam) Jan 19 1847-Mar 19 1901 ~OP 2-29
Schlotterback J Milen 1874-1949 ~OP E9
Schlotterback Jack L Jul 11, 1930- ~OP E18
Schlotterback Jesse Apr 30, 1876-Sep 29, 1947 ~Sp 4-31
Schlotterback John H 1846-1911 ~OP 2-9
Schlotterback John W 1876-1958 ~OP 2-9
Schlotterback Lena I May 24, 1882-Apr 22, 1939 ~Sp 4-31
Schlotterback Leo J Jul 9, 1912-Dec 19, 1978 ~OP E18
Schlotterback Leon G 1877-1960 ~OP E18
Schlotterback Lew 1880-1954 ~OP D2-6
Schlotterback Lizzie M 1872-1944 ~OP E8
Schlotterback Lura V 1875-1960 ~OP E9
Schlotterback M Kathryn Dec 7, 1922- ~Sp 7-18
Schlotterback Margaret (w/o John H) 1853- ~OP 2-9
Schlotterback Marion L 1898-1989 ~OP E8
Schlotterback Mary (w/o Gideon) Jan 23, 1856 45y2m3d ~OP 2-14
Schlotterback Mary A Apr 18, 1939- ~OP E18
Schlotterback Mary Agnes (w/o Albert) Oct 10, 1887 26y2m26d ~Rose Hill B17
Schlotterback Mary J 1904-1994 ~OP E8
Schlotterback Mary L May 21, 1944- ~Christian Chapel Cemetery 7-5
Schlotterback May 1874-1929 ~OP D2-6
Schlotterback Melvin C 1902-1968 ~OP E8
Schlotterback Minnie (Lint) 1876-1937 ~Sp 2-8
Schlotterback Nancy E 1867-1952 ~Rose Hill Cemetery B17
Schlotterback Orvaleen A 1919- ~Sp 7-15
Schlotterback Owen (s/o John & Maggie) May 8, 1886 6y10m6d ~OP 2-9
Schlotterback Ralph 1899-1983 ~Sp 2-8
Schlotterback Ray 1906-1922 ~Rose Hill Cemetery B17
Schlotterback Rosetta (w/o Peter) 1838-1905 ~OP 2-9
Schlotterback Ross 1925 ~Sp 2-8
Schlotterback Sadie (w/o CM) 1854-1922 ~OP D1-12
Schlotterback Sarah ~OP 2-3
Schlotterback Sarah E (w/o Henry) Nov 17, 1842-Jul 13, 1911 ~Sp 4-22
Schlotterback Sterle D Jan 26-Jun 20, 1937 ~Sp 3-3
Schlotterback Terry L May 15, 1944- ~Christian Chapel Cemetery 5-7
Schlotterback Thomas E Oct 27, 1882-Apr 7, 1964 ~Christian Chapel 2-6
Schlotterback Virginia F 1921-1999 ~LV MP6
Schlotterback Willis S 1889-1971 ~OP E15
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(Mother of Daniel Ott):

Brown, Mary Gender: Female
Parents: Father: Brown, George Mother: Nethercutt, Sarah
Marriage: 7 SEP 1840 in Preble, Ohio
Spouse: Ott, George Birth : 27 SEP 1817 Preble, Ohio
Death : 9 SEP 1887 Noble, Ind. Gender: Male
Parents:Father: Ott, John Mother: Lock, Mary Magdalina
Children:
Ott, Sarah E.
Ott, Mary Ann
Ott, John F. Birth 9-AUG-1844 Death 21-AUG-1846 Male
Ott, Matilda
Ott, Ellen
Ott, Hetta
Ott, Louisa J.
Ott, Daniel P.
Ott, Olive
Ott, Martha A.

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Ott, John
Birth : 1785 Virginia Death : 1857 Gender: Male
Parents: Father: Ott, Francis Mother: , Catherine
Spouse: Lock, Mary Magdalina Gender: Female
Parents:Father: Lock, John Mother: , Salome

Children:
Ott, John
Ott, Jacob Gender: Male
Ott, Abraham
Ott, George
Ott, Jesse


Aburn / Coulter / Carmean Family

Found another connection between the Aburn Family and the Coulter Family.
 1880 Census of Indiana 

 Mary E. Ott's maiden name was Aburn 
 Sarah Linville's maiden name was Aburn 
 Eunice Linvill was the mother of Elisha Parker Linville 
 Elisha Parker Linville married to Sarah Aburn (Fayette Co IN) 
 Cornelius Linville was the son of EP & Sarah (Aburn) Linville 
 Cornelius Linville married Sarah F. Leech. 
 Francis Coulter married Manda Aburn (
 according to Whitley Co Marriage Licenses but by
 Census it may have been Marida? 
 1860 Census of Ohio may have the correct name. 
 Daniel P. Ott married to Mary E. Aburn 
 William Aburn lived on the farm adjoining that of George Ott. 
 George Ott was the father of Daniel P. Ott 
 _____________________________________ 

 Noble & Green Twp in Noble County adjoins 
 Smith & Thorncreek in Whitley County 
 ______________________________________ 

 All families listed below are connected 
 either by the 1880 Census 
 or by later remarriages. 

 Noble, Noble, Indiana Film T9-0302 Page 533B 
 William ABURN       Self  M M W 55 OH Farmer               PA PA 
 Catharine ABURN     Wife  F M W 52 OH Keeping House        OH OH 
 David ABURN         Son   M S W 27 OH Farmer               OH OH 
 Marida ABURN        Dau   F S W 22 OH                      OH OH 
 Harriet ABURN       Dau   F S W 14 IN                      OH OH 
 Margaret ABURN      Dau   F S W  7 IN                      OH OH 
 Jordan WEITZEL      Other M S W 21 PA Farm Laborer         PA PA 
 Frank G. OTT        Other M S W 10 OH                      OH OH 

 Green, Noble, Indiana Film T9-0302 Page 519D 
 George OTT          Self  M M W 62 OH Farming              VA MD 
 Mary OTT            Wife  F M W 59 OH Keeping House        SC VA 
 Matildia OTT        Dau   F S W 33 IN                      OH OH 
 Ellen OTT           Dau   F S W 31 IN                      OH OH 
 Hettie OTT          Dau   F S W 29 IN                      OH OH 
 Wilbert M. GANDY    GSon  M S W  9 IN                      IN IN 

 Green, Noble, Indiana Film T9-0302 Page 519D 
 Daniel P. OTT       Self  M M W 26 IN Farming              OH OH 
 Mary E. OTT         Wife  F M W 23 OH Keeping House        OH OH 
 Florence E. OTT     Dau   F S W 10M IN                     IN OH 

 Green, Noble, Indiana Film T9-0302 Page 519D 
 Jasper N. OTT       Self  M M W 30 IN Farming              OH OH 
 Sarah OTT           Wife  F M W 24 OH Keeping House        OH OH 
 Mary N. OTT         Dau   F S W  3 IN                      IN OH 
 Laura L. OTT        Dau   F S W  1 IN                      IN OH 

 Smith, Whitley, Indiana Film T9-0324 Page 397A 
 George W. COULTER   Self  M M W 34 OH Farmer               OH OH 
 Caroline E. COULTER Wife  F M W 34 OH Keeping House        OH PA 
 Nora A. COULTER     Dau   F S W  6 IN                      OH OH 
 Cora M. COULTER     Dau   F S W  4 IN                      OH OH 
 Theodore HOLLENBECK Other M M W 28 IN Laborer On Farm      PA PA 
 Harvy J.A. YOUNG    Other M S W 23 OH Laborer On Farm      OH OH 

 Smith, Whitley, Indiana Film T9-0324 Page 397A 
 Tobias ABURN        Self  M M W 23 OH Farmer               OH OH 
 Margaret ABURN      Wife  F M W 25 IN Keeping House        OH OH 
 Elizabeth ABURN     Dau   F S W  1 IN                      OH OH 

 Smith, Whitley, Indiana Film T9-0324 Page 397A 
 John J. COULTER     Self  M M W 32 OH Farmer               OH OH 
 Mary M. COULTER     Wife  F M W 32 OH Keeping House   GERMANY GERMANY 
 Maggie E. COULTER   Dau   F S W  9 IN At Home              OH OH 
 Florence E. COULTER Dau   F S W  8 IN At Home              OH OH 

 Smith, Whitley, Indiana Film T9-0324 Page 397A 
 Elizabeth COULTER   Self  F W W 52 OH Keeping House        -- -- 
 Evan COULTER        Son   M S W 30 IN Farm Laborer         OH OH 
 Francis M. COULTER  Son   M S W 20 IN Farm Laborer         OH OH 
 Miriam COULTER      Dau   F S W 15 IN At Home              OH OH 
 William MANNING     Other M S W 23 IN Farm Laborer         -- -- 

 Smith, Whitley, Indiana Film T9-0324 Page 397B 
 James COULTER       Self  M M W 28 IN Farmer               OH OH 
 Amanda COULTER      Wife  F M W 25 IN Keeping House        OH IN 
 Earnest V. COULTER  Son   M S W  1 IN                      IN IN 
 Sherman MATIX       Other M S W 14 IN Farm Laborer         -- -- 

 Smith, Whitley, Indiana Film T9-0324 Page 397B 
 Samuel LEECH        Self  M M W 54 OH Farmer               MD OH 
 Diannah LEECH       Wife  F M W 52 NC Keeping House        NC NC 
 Delpha LEECH        Dau   F S W 14 IN At Home              OH NC 
 Nathan JONES        Other M S W 18 IN Farm Laborer         TN TN 

 Smith, Whitley, Indiana Film T9-0324 Page 397B 
 Cornelius LINVILLE  Self  M M W 25 IN Farmer               -- -- 
 Sarah F. LINVILLE   Wife  F M W 28 IN Keeping House        OH NC 
 Josephene LINVILLE  Dau   F S W  3 IN                      IN IN 
 George LINVILLE     Son   M S W  1 IN                      IN IN 
 Edna V. WINEBRENNER SDau  F S W  7 IN At School            IN IN 

 Smith, Whitley, Indiana Film T9-0324 Page 397B 
 Henry HAZEN         Self  M W W 43 OH Farmer               NJ E-VA 
 Amon HAZEN          Son   M S W 21 IN At Home              OH OH 
 Ellen HAZEN         Dau   F S W 17 IN Keeping House        OH OH 
 Josiah HAZEN        Son   M S W 13 IN At Home              OH OH 
 Erda HAZEN          Son   M S W 11 IN At School            OH OH 

 Thorn Creek, Whitley, Indiana Film T9-0324 Page 378B 
 E.P. LINVILL        Self  M M W 48 IN Farmer               KY NJ 
 Sarah LINVILL       Wife  F M W 45 OH Keeping House        PA PA 
 Ida May LINVILL     Dau   F S W 21 IN Keeping House        IN OH 
 William LINVILL     Son   M S W 19 IN                      IN OH 

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 Laurel Town, Franklin, Indiana Film T9-0278 Page 347B 
 Bridget MANSELL     Self  F W W 67 IRE Kps Hse             IRE IRE 
 Kate MANSELL        Dau   F S W 18 IN Srvnt                IRE IRE 
 William MANSELL     Son   M S W 16 IN Wrks On Frm          IRE IRE 
 James COLEMAN       Other M   W 31 IN                      IRE IRE 
 Nancy ANTHONY       Other F W W 29 IN Hskpr                IN IN 
 George PATTISON     Other M W W 44 IN Wrks At Stone Quarry OH MD 
 Unice LINVILLE      Other F W W 78 IN                      PA PA 


Other Aburn / Aborn families in Indiana
 Warsaw, Kosciusko, Indiana Film T9-0290 Page 286B 
 Obed H. ABORN       Self  M M W 45 NY Clerk Official       -- -- 
 Mary ABORN          Wife  F M W 52 PA Keeping House        PA MD 
 Edwin C. ABORN      Son   M S W 17 IN Printer              NY PA 
 Theodore F. FISHER  SonL  M M W 36 OH Auctioneer           -- -- 
 Sadie M. FISHER     Dau   F M W 27 OH                      NY PA 

 District 124, Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana Film T9-0265 Page 648B 
 Thomas ABORN        Self  M M W 30 OH Work In Printing Office NY PA 
 Emma ABORN          Wife  F M W 26 IN Keeping House           OH OH
 


From Gradeless Family Notes:
 Matthew G. Carmean 1804- (RN=5255) Born 31 Dec 1804 at Ross Co Ohio. 
 Father John Carmean 1771-1847 (RN=1116). 
 Mother: Nancy Grayless Carmean (RN=871). 
 Married Rachel Long Carmean (RN=5256) on 30 Sep 1829 at Ross Co. Ohio 
 Children: 5 
      1) Mary A. Carmean Coulter (RN=5257) 
      2) Jonathan D. Carmean 1834- (RN=5258) 
      3) Ellen E. Carmean (RN=5259) 
      4) Matthew L. Carmean (RN=5260) 
      5) Nelson Carmean 18x-1851 (RN=5261) ( 
         (1: From G. Carmean, 21345 Upperman Rd, Delphos OH 45823) 
         (2: P 1024 history of Crawford Co Ohio Dallas Twp) 
         (3: Parents came to Ohio in Spring of 1804) 

 Mary A. Carmean Coulter (RN=5257) at Ohio at Marion Co. Ohio. 
 Father Matthew G. Carmean 1804- (RN=5255). 
 Mother: Rachel Long Carmean (RN=5256). 
 Married John H. Coulter (RN=5262)
         (1: History page 1024) 



1880 Census For Surnames Similar to Aburn in Indiana

Smith, Whitley, Indiana NA Film T9-0324 Page 397A
Tobias ABURN       Self    M M W 23 OH Farmer          OH  OH
Margaret ABURN     Wife    F M W 25 IN Keeping House   OH  OH
Elizabeth ABURN    Dau     F S W  1 IN                 OH  OH

Jefferson, Whitley, Indiana NA Film T9-0324 Page 474A
Henry C. CROWEL    Self    M M W 64 OH Farmer          VA  SC
Lucy CROWEL        Wife    F M W 35 OH Keep House      MD  MD
Orie E. CROWEL     Dau     F S W 12 IN At School       OH  OH
James Fay CROWEL   Son     M S W 10 IN At School       OH  OH
Jay CROWEL         Son     M S W  8 IN                 OH  OH
Elzmia CROWEL      Dau     F S W  6 IN                 OH  OH
Rolland H. CROWEL  Son     M S W  5 IN                 OH  OH
Say I. CROWEL      Son     M S W  3 IN                 OH  OH
Charley CROWEL     Son     M S W 11M IN                OH  OH
Daniel ALBERN      Other   M S W 20 IN Farm Work       MD  IN

Noble, Noble, Indiana NA Film T9-0302 Page 533B
William ABURN      Self    M M W 55 OH Farmer          PA  PA
Catharine ABURN    Wife    F M W 52 OH Keeping House   OH  OH
David ABURN        Son     M S W 27 OH Farmer          OH  OH
Marida ABURN       Dau     F S W 22 OH                 OH  OH
Harriet ABURN      Dau     F S W 14 IN                 OH  OH
Margaret ABURN     Dau     F S W  7 IN                 OH  OH
Jordan WEITZEL     Other   M S W 21 PA Farm Laborer    PA  PA
Frank G. OTT       Other   M S W 10 OH                 OH  OH

Warsaw, Kosciusko, Indiana NA Film T9-0290 Page 286B
Obed H. ABORN      Self    M M W 45 NY Clerk Official --- ---
Mary ABORN         Wife    F M W 52 PA Keeping House   PA  MD
Edwin C. ABORN     Son     M S W 17 IN Printer         NY  PA
Theodore F. FISHER SonL    M M W 36 OH Auctioneer      --- ---
Sadie M. FISHER    Dau     F M W 27 OH                 NY  PA

District 124, Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana NA Film T9-0265 Page 648D
Thomas ABORN       Self    M M W 30 OH Work In Printing Office NY PA
Emma ABORN         Wife    F M W 26 IN Keeping House    OH  OH

West Point, Tippecanoe, Indiana NA Film T9-0314 Page 456A
William ALBBURN    Self    M M W 46 PA Farmer          PA  PA
Catharine ALBBURN  Wife    F M W 44 IN Keeping House   OH  IN
Lewis M. ALBBURN   Son     M S W 23 IN Farm Laborer    PA  IN
Sarah J. ALBBURN   Dau     F S W 20 IN At Home         PA  IN
John W. ALBBURN    Son     M S W  6 IN                 PA  IN
Jasper E. ALBBURN  Other   M   W 21 IN Farm Laborer    IN  OH

Transitville, Tippecanoe, Indiana NA Film T9-0313 Page 153C
George ALLBORN     Self    M M W 34 IN Laborer         PA  PA
Ellen ALLBORN      Wife    F M W 47 OH Keeping House   KY  OH
William ALLBORN    Son     M S W  6 IN                 IN  OH
James ALLBORN      Son     M S W 5M IN                 IN  OH

Boone, Harrison, Indiana NA Film T9-0282 Page 220A
George ALLBURN     Self    M M W 70 VA Farmer          PA  PA
Cyntha ALLBURN     Wife    F M W 61 IN Keeping House   KY  KY

Marion, Pike, Indiana NA Film T9-0304 Page 228A
Phillip ALLBURN    Self    M M W 45 IN Farming         VA  VA
Martha ALLBURN     Wife    F M W 32 IN Keeping House   IN  IN
Eunice ALLBURN     Dau     F S W  6 IN                 IN  IN
James A. ALLBURN   Son     M S W  5 IN                 IN  IN
John George ALLBURN Son    M S W  3 IN                 IN  IN
Stella E. ALLBURN  Dau     F S W  1 IN                 IN  IN
Andrew J. TAYLOR   Other   M   W 46 IN Farm Laborer    IN  IN
Joseph J. TAYLOR   Other   M S W 13 IN Laborer On Farm IN  IN

Steuben, Warren, Indiana NA Film T9-0320 Page 53A
Henry ALBURN   Self M M W 41 HESSE CASTLE Farmer HESSE CASTLE HESSE CASTLE
Sarah ALBURN   Wife F M W 39 OH    Keeping House HANOVER HANOVER
Anna A. ALBURN Dau  F S W 11 IN                  OH  HESSE CASTLE

Van Buren, Fountain, Indiana NA Film T9-0277 Page 110C
Herman ALBORN Self  M S W 27 KICHOHESSEN Shoe&Boot Maker KICHOHESSEN  IND
Jack KELLEY   Other M S W 33 IRELAND Laborer IRELAND  IRELAND

Stony Creek, Randolph, Indiana NA Film T9-0307 Page 217C
Samuel AMBURN      Self    M M W 61 OH Farmer          NC  NC
Mariah AMBURN      Wife    F M W 56 OH Keeping House   VA  NC
Martha A. AMBURN   Dau     F S W 16 IN At Home         OH  OH
Isaac AMBURN       Father  M W W 90 NC                 PA  NC
Phenous CHALFTEN   Other   M S W 14 IN Farm Labor      IN  IN

Wabash, Wabash, Indiana NA Film T9-0315 Page 407C
John AUBERN        Self    M M W 24 IN Student At Law  IN  IN
Florence AUBERN    Wife    F M W 19 OH Keeping House   OH  OH

1880 Census Scan for ABURN
Here is a complete list of all persons with the name 

Aburn (Aborn. Eborn) show in 1880 Census 
Name  relationship (year of Birth) sex, color, born, census 

ABORN, John Self (1797) M W GERM MN 
ABORN, Laura MOther (1797) F W CT CT 
ABORN, Harriet Other (1798) F W NH MA 
ABORN, Catharine Other (1800) F W NJ PA 
ABORN, Lora Wife (1802) F W CT CT 
ABORN, Harriet A. Self (1803) F W RI RI 
EBORN, John Self (1805) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Lucius Self (1806) M W CT CT 
ABORN, Celinda H. Self (1807) F W RI RI 
ABORN, Parkil Self (1809) M W CT CT 
ABORN, Sarah S. Self (1809) F W MA MA 
ABORN, Calista Wife (1810) F W MA CT 
ABORN, Henry N. Father (1810) M W MA MA 
ABORN, James Self (1810) M W ME ME 
EBORN, Lucinda Self (1810) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Mary H. Self (1810) F W RI RI 
EBORN, Mirah Wife (1810) F B NC NC 
ABORN, William Self (1810) M W ME MA 
ABORN, Jothan Self (1812) M W MA MA 
EBORN, Robert Self (1812) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Eliza C. Self (1813) F W NH IA 
ABORN, John S. Self (1813) M W RI RI 
ABORN, Lavie Self (1813) M W RI IL 
ABORN, Leucinda Wife (1813) F W ME ME 
ABORN, Robert Self (1813) M W RI NYC 
ABORN, Elizabeth A. Other (1814) F W RI RI 
ABORN, Nathan Self (1814) M W ME ME 
ABORN, Rebecca W Wife (1814) F W MA MA 
EBORN, Phillis MotherL (1815) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Prine Self (1815) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Matilda Self (1816) F B NC NC 
ABORN, William Self (1816) M W NJ NJ 
ABORN, Barbara Wife (1817) F W GERM MN 
ABORN, Calvin Self (1818) M W VT IA 
ABORN, Catharine Self (1818) F W ENGL OH 
ABORN, Albert Self (1820) M W CT CT 
ABORN, Ann Other (1820) F W IREL NYC 
EBORN, Anthony Self (1820) M B NC NC 
ABORN, E. L. Wife (1820) F W DE PA 
ABORN, Elizabeth Wife (1820) F W MA MA 
EBORN, Emiquel Self (1820) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Esop Self (1820) M B NC NC 
ABORN, James Self (1820) M W NJ NJ 
EBORN, John R. Self (1820) M W NC NC 
EBORN, Mary Self (1820) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Mike Self (1820) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Jas. Self (1821) M M NJ PA 
ABORN, Lydia W. Wife (1821) F W RI RI 
ABORN, Henry C. Self (1822) M W CT CT 
ABERN, John Self (1822) M W IREL ME 
ABORN, Mary Wife (1822) F W NJ NJ 
EBORN, Balista Self (1823) M M NC NC 
ABORN, Anna Wife (1824) F W NJ NJ 
ABORN, Frances C. Wife (1824) F W CT CT 
EBORN, George Self (1824) M B NC NC 
ABORN, John Self (1824) M W NJ NJ 
EBORN, Penelope Self (1824) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Marina Wife (1825) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Mary L. Self (1825) F W ME MA 
ABURN, William Self (1825) M W OH IN 
ABORN, John Self (1826) M W MA MA 
ABORN, Louise Wife (1826) F W NY NYC 
ABURN, Margeret Wife (1826) F W ENGL MD 
ABORN, Mary J. Wife (1826) F W CT CT 
EBORN, Wilson Self (1826) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Chas. Self (1827) M W ENGL OH 
ABERN, M. A. Other (1827) F W TN AR 
EBORN, Olivia Wife (1827) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Sophia J. Wife (1827) F W CT CT 
ABORN, William J. Self (1827) M W CT CT 
ABURN, Catharine Wife (1828) F W OH IN 
EBORN, Dennis Self (1828) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Edward Son (1828) M W RI RI 
ABURN, Emely Self (1828) F W MD MD 
ABORN, Mary Wife (1828) F W PA IN 
ABORN, Mike Self (1828) M W POLA MI 
EBORN, Ned Self (1828) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Sarah J. Wife (1828) F W ME ME 
EBORN, Sutton Self (1828) M B NC NC 
ABURN, William R. Self (1828) M W MD MD 
EBORN, Jehu Self (1829) M W NC NC 
ABORN, John W. Self (1829) M W RI RI 
EBORN, Robt D. Self (1829) M W NC NC 
EBORN, Andrew Self (1830) M B NC NC 
ABERN, Cathrine Wife (1830) F W IREL ME 
ABORN, Ellen M. Wife (1830) F W MA MA 
EBORN, Francis Wife (1830) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Frederic W. Other (1830) M W ME MA 
EBORN, Jespar Self (1830) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Manny Wife (1830) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Pleasant Self (1830) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Russel Other (1830) M W CT IA 
ABORN, Benj. Self (1832) M W RI NJ 
ABORN, Charles H. Self (1832) M W ME MA 
EBORN, Ester Wife (1832) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Julia L. Niece (1832) F W RI RI 
EBORN, Mary Ann Wife (1832) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Moses Self (1832) M W NC NC 
EBORN, N. O. Self (1832) M W NC NC 
EBORN, Abrose Self (1833) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Charlotte Wife (1834) F B NC NC 
ABORN, George W. Self (1834) M W MA MA 
ABORN, James Self (1834) M W RI RI 
EBORN, Sally A Sister (1834) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Elizabeth A. Wife (1835) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Jane Wife (1835) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Margaret Wife (1835) F W RI NJ 
ABORN, Martha Wife (1835) F W NJ NJ 
ABORN, Obed H. Self (1835) M W NY IN 
ABORN, Priscilla Self (1835) F W NJ NJ 
ABORN, Samuel Other (1835) M W MA MA 
ABORN, Agusta N Self (1836) F W MA MA 
ABORN, Enos Self (1836) M W CT CT 
ABORN, James F. Other (1836) M W MA MA 
ABORN, Olive T. A. Wife (1836) F W RI RI 
ABORN, Rebecca Dau (1836) F W MA MA 
ABORN, Chas. G. Self (1837) M W NJ NJ 
EBORN, Luther Self (1837) M W NC NC 
ABORN, Sarah J. Wife (1837) F W MA MA 
ABORN, Caroline R. Wife (1838) F W CT CT 
ABORN, Eliza B. Other (1838) F W MA MA 
EBORN, Julia Wife (1838) F W NC NC 
ABORN, Lucius A. Self (1838) M W CT CT 
ABORN, Mary Wife (1838) F W POLA MI 
EBORN, Fereby Wife (1838) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Sarah A. Self (1838) F W NH MA 
ABORN, Ellen Wife (1839) F W RI RI 
ABORN, Hannah Wife (1839) F W IL IL 
ABORN, Martha Dau (1839) F W MA MA 
ABORN, Maria Wife (1839) F W NJ NJ 
EBORN, Bettie Self (1840) F W NC AL 
EBORN, Elisabeth Wife (1840) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Emily Self (1840) F W CT CT 
EBORN, Moses Self (1840) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Paul Self (1840) M W CUBA NYC 
EBORN, Rebecca Self (1840) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Sally A Wife (1840) F M NC NC 
EBORN, Martha Wife (1841) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Saml. Self (1841) M W NC NC 
EBORN, Anaky Self (1842) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Desdemonia Wife (1842) F W NC NC 
ABORN, Thomas Self (1842) M W ENGL OH 
ABORN, Annie M. Self (1843) F W NJ NJ 
ABORN, Cynthia Wife (1843) F W IL OH 
ABORN, Fanny Wife (1843) F W MA MA 
ABORN, Helen Wife (1843) F W GERM OH 
EBORN, Laura Wife (1843) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Thomas F. Self (1843) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Winny Wife (1843) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Allen Self (1844) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Albert Other (1844) M W ME MA 
ABORN, Charles Self (1844) M W MA MA 
ABORN, Dora Dau (1844) F W NY NYC 
EBORN, Samuel Self (1844) M W NC NC 
EBORN, Antony Self (1845) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Elizabeth Wife (1845) F W MA MA 
ABORN, Frank Self (1845) M W MA OH 
ABORN, Henry Self (1845) M W IL CO 
EBORN, Jennie Wife (1845) F B NC NC 
ABURN, John Other (1845) M W PA PA 
ABORN, Mary Wife (1845) F W IREL NYC 
EBORN, Moses Self (1845) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Nelly Dau (1845) F MU NC NC 
ABORN, Peley Self (1845) M W RI MA 
ABORN, Phebe Wife (1845) F W GERM NYC 
ABORN, William W. Self (1845) M W RI RI 
EBORN, Andrew Self (1846) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Joseph Self (1846) M W RI RI 
EBORN, Julia Wife (1846) F W NC NC 
ABORN, Rebecca Dau (1846) F W NY NYC 
EBORN, Benjamin Self (1847) M W NC NC 
ABORN, Daniel Other (1847) M W RI RI 
ABORN, Henry Self (1847) M W CT NYC 
EBORN, Robt. Self (1847) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Wm. H. Self (1847) M W MA VA 
ABORN, Angelo M. Self (1848) M W CT CT 
EBORN, Charles C. Self (1848) M W NC NC 
ABURN, Charles H. Self (1848) M W MD MD 
ABORN, George I. Self (1848) M W RI RI 
ABURN, Joseph Self (1848) M W IREL MO 
EBORN, Elviria Wife (1849) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Mariah Wife (1849) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Alice M Wife (1850) F W NC NC 
ABORN, Charles M. Self (1850) M W MA MA 
EBORN, Fountine Wife (1850) F B NC NC 
ABURN, Henry T. Son (1850) M W MD MD 
ABORN, Ida Sister (1850) F W ME ME 
EBORN, Jane Wife (1850) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Louvinia Dau (1850) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Levey Dau (1850) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Lucy Wife (1850) F B NC NC 
ABORNS, Samuel J. Self (1850) M MU USA RI 
ABORN, Sylvester Self (1850) M W CT CT 
ABORN, Thomas Self (1850) M W OH IN 
EBORN, Rachel Wife (1851) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Sarah C. Wife (1851) F W MA MA 
EBORN, Washington Self (1851) M B NC NC 
ABERN, Catherine Other (1852) F W IREL CA 
EBORN, Daniel Other (1852) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Georgia Wife (1852) F W MA MA 
ABORN, Helen Wife (1852) F W VA VA 
ABORN, James Self (1852) M W NJ NJ 
ABORN, Louisa O. Wife (1852) F W RI RI 
EBORN, Ormon Self (1852) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Rowena Wife (1852) F W RI RI 
EBORN, Simon Self (1852) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Charlie Self (1853) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Clarisey Wife (1853) F B NC NC 
ABURN, David Son (1853) M W OH IN 
ABORN, Emma Wife (1853) F W NJ NJ 
EBORN, Marthea Wife (1853) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Matilda Wife (1853) F W OH OH 
EBORN, Susan Wife (1853) F B NC NC 
ABORN, William S. Self (1853) M W IL KS 
EBORN, Adeline Dau (1854) F W NC NC 
ABORN, Emma Wife (1854) F W IN IN 
EBORN, Fannie Other (1854) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Franklin W. Son (1854) M W MA MA 
ABORN, James E. Self (1854) M W MA MA 
EBORN, Martha Wife (1854) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Prince Self (1854) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Clansy Other (1855) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Danniel Son (1855) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Eliza Jane Dau (1855) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Franklin Self (1855) M W NJ NJ 
EBORN, Jennie Self (1855) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Major Self (1855) M B NC NC 
ABURN, Margaret Wife (1855) F W IN IN 
EBORN, Nellie Other (1855) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Verona Wife (1855) F W CT CT 
ABORN, William H. Son (1855) M W MA MA 
EBORN, Kate Wife (1856) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Lotta E. Other (1856) F W NY NJ 
ABORN, Daniel Son (1856) M W RI RI 
EBORN, E. A. Self (1856) M W NC NC 
EBORN, Ellick Self (1856) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Freeman Self (1856) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Geo L Son (1856) M W NC NC 
ABERN, Henry Other (1856) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Henry Self (1856) M B NC NC 
ABURN, Ida Dau (1856) F W MD MD 
EBORN, James Self (1856) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Jefferson Other (1856) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Jenny Self (1856) F B NC NC 
ABORN, John C. Son (1856) M W MA MA 
ABORN, Lizzie Other (1856) F W ME ME 
ABORN, Lizzie K. Wife (1856) F W NJ NJ 
ABORN, Orrin Son (1856) M W IL IA 
ABORN, Samuel Son (1856) M W MA MA 
EBORN, Wilson Self (1856) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Ada A. Wife (1857) F W ME MA 
ABORN, Ada Wife (1857) F W RI RI 
ABORN, Amanda DauL (1857) F W OH IA 
ABORN, Benj. Son (1857) M W RI NJ 
EBORN, Bethy Wife (1857) F B NC NC 
ABORN, H. Eliza Other (1857) F W MA MA 
EBORN, Gracey Wife (1857) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Henry Self (1857) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Himon Son (1857) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Judy Wife (1857) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Miranda Dau (1857) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Randolph Self (1857) M B NC NC 
ABURN, Tobias Self (1857) M W OH IN 
EBORN, F. Virginia Sister (1857) F W NC NC 
EBORN, William Self (1857) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Alice Self (1858) F W NC NC 
ABORN, Charles Other (1858) M W CT NYC 
ABORN, Elle D. Wife (1858) F W WI KS 
EBORN, Isrial M. Self (1858) M W NC NC 
ABORN, James S. Son (1858) M W RI RI 
EBORN, Jane Wife (1858) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Lizzie Other (1858) F W GERM CA 
ABURN, Marida Dau (1858) F W OH IN 
EBORN, Mary Wife (1858) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Mary E. Dau (1858) F W OH OH 
ABURN, Mary Wife (1858) F W MO MO 
EBORN, Michal Self (1858) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Benjamin F. Other (1859) M W NC AL 
ABORN, Clarance Son (1859) M W RI RI 
EBORN, Ellen Wife (1859) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Gilbert Son (1859) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Jemima P. Dau (1859) F W RI RI 
EBORN, H. John Son (1859) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Mack Other (1859) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Marse Son (1859) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Sela A. Wife (1859) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Arletta A. Dau (1860) F W CT CT 
ABURN, Charles H. Son (1860) M W MD MD 
EBERN, Darias Other (1860) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Dempsey Son (1860) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Densey BrOther (1860) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Emma SisterL (1860) F W IA IA 
ABORN, Everett A. Other (1860) M W CT MA 
ABORN, James C. Son (1860) M W ME ME 
EBORN, Luke SSon (1860) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Mary M Dau (1860) F W NC NC 
ABURN, Mary C. Dau (1860) F W MD MD 
EBORN, Rose Wife (1860) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Sophia T. Other (1860) F W RI IA 
ABORN, Anna L. Dau (1861) F W MA MA 
EBORN, Berny Self (1861) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Celia A. Dau (1861) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Frank Son (1861) M W RI RI 
ABORN, Helen C. Dau (1861) F W MA MA 
ABORN, Sophie T. GNiece (1861) F W RI RI 
ABORN, Addie A. Dau (1862) F W CT CT 
EBORN, Alex Other (1862) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Elisabeth Dau (1862) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Jane Wife (1862) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Lewis Son (1862) M B NC NC 
ABERN, Mary Dau (1862) F W ME ME 
EBORN, Matilda Dau (1862) F W NC NC 
EBORN, May Dau (1862) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Rose Dau (1862) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Samuel Son (1862) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Warren L. Other (1862) M W CT MA 
ABORN, Warren Other (1862) M W CT MA 
ABORN, Warren L. Son (1862) M W CT CT 
EBORN, Zachary B. Son (1862) M W NC NC 
ABORN, Alice L. Other (1863) F W ME ME 
ABORN, Caroline Dau (1863) F W MA MA 
ABORN, Edwin C. Son (1863) M W IN IN 
ABORN, Fred C. Son (1863) M W IA IA 
ABORN, George P. Son (1863) M W MA MA 
ABURN, Johnson B. Son (1863) M W MD MD 
ABORN, Mariana F. Wife (1863) F W CT CT 
ABORN, Mellie M. Dau (1863) F W MA MA 
ABERN, Myrilla Other (1863) M B AL AL 
EBORN, Rebecca Wife (1863) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Sariah A. Sister (1863) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Wm. S. D. Son (1863) M W NC NC 
ABORN, Elizabeth Dau (1864) F W NY OH 
ABORN, Henry Other (1864) M W NY IA 
EBORN, John Son (1864) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Lewis H. Son (1864) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Louisa Dau (1864) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Mamie E. Dau (1864) F W NC NC 
ABURN, Margaret SDau (1864) F W CT CT 
ABORN, Myron H. Son (1864) M W CT CT 
EBORN, Sidny Dau (1864) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Anna Dau (1865) F W IL IL 
ABORN, Hattie G. Dau (1865) F W ME ME 
ABORN, Herman Son (1865) M W MA MA 
ABORN, John GSon (1865) M W MA MA 
EBORN, Turner Son (1865) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Archey Son (1866) M W NC NC 
ABURN, Cornelius George SSon (1866) M W CT CT 
EBORN, Florence Other (1866) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Francis Dau (1866) F W POLA MI 
ABORN, Frank P. Son (1866) M W MA MA 
ABURN, George Other (1866) M W IL NE 
ABURN, Harriet Dau (1866) F W IN IN 
EBORN, Josephine Other (1866) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Mary L. Other (1866) F W CA CA 
EBORN, Rosetta Dau (1866) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Spencer Son (1866) M B NC NC 
ABORN, William W. Son (1866) M W NJ NJ 
ABORN, Wm. H. Son (1866) M W RI NJ 
ABORN, Albert Other (1867) M W CT CT 
ABORN, Edward H Son (1867) M W MA MA 
ABORN, Emma Dau (1867) F W OH OH 
EBORN, Fanny F Dau (1867) F M NC NC 
EBORN, General SSon (1867) M B NC NC 
EBORN, John Son (1867) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Lewis Nephew (1867) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Mary A. Dau (1867) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Pelich Son (1867) M W IL IL 
ABORN, Thomas Son (1867) M W OH OH 
EBORN, Alford BrOther (1868) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Ammanda Other (1868) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Bertie L. Son (1868) M W ME ME 
EBORN, David Son (1868) M B NC NC 
ABURN, Edward SSon (1868) M W CT CT 
EBORN, Harriet Dau (1868) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Liuis Son (1868) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Nathan Son (1868) M W NC NC 
EBORN, Sabra Dau (1868) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Sallie D. Dau (1868) F W NJ NJ 
ABURN, Susanna Dau (1868) F W MD MD 
EBORN, Violet Dau (1868) F B NC NC 
EBORN, William Nephew (1868) M W NC NC 
EBORN, Wm. S. Son (1868) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Willis Son (1868) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Arthur S. Son (1869) M W MA MA 
ABORN, Bertram Son (1869) M W MA MA 
ABURN, Elizebeth Other (1869) F B NY NY 
ABORN, Elizabeth M. Dau (1869) F W RI RI 
EBORN, John Son (1869) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Mary E. Dau (1869) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Mary Dau (1869) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Olivia Dau (1869) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Rebecca R. Dau (1869) F W PA NJ 
ABORN, Altha Dau (1870) F W OH OH 
EBORN, Annie GDau (1870) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Clara M. Dau (1870) F W NJ NJ 
EBORN, Elizabeth Dau (1870) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Harriet Niece (1870) F B NC NC 
EBORN, James Son (1870) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Martha Dau (1870) F W OH OH 
EBORN, Mary C Dau (1870) F M NC NC 
EBORN, Mary M Dau (1870) F W NC NC 
ABORN, Adelbert Son (1871) M W CT CT 
EBORN, Augustus Son (1871) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Barbary Dau (1871) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Bertha Dau (1871) F W MA MA 
EBORN, Caroline Dau (1871) F W NC NC 
ABORN, Katie L. Dau (1871) F W NH MA 
EBORN, Danniel Son (1871) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Edward Son (1871) M W NY NJ 
ABORN, Jane Dau (1871) F W IL IL 
EBORN, John Son (1871) M B NC NC 
EBORN, John R. Son (1871) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Marit Other (1871) M W CT IA 
EBORN, Nancy M Dau (1871) F W NC NC 
ABORN, Stella J. Dau (1871) F W ME ME 
EBORN, Tildy Dau (1871) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Willard G. Son (1871) M W MA MA 
EBORN, Annie Dau (1872) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Emerly Dau (1872) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Emiquel Dau (1872) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Hellen Dau (1872) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Ida E Dau (1872) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Isaic Son (1872) M B NC NC 
EBORN, J.D. Son (1872) M B NC NC 
ABORN, James S. Son (1872) M W PA NJ 
EBORN, Jarvis Son (1872) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Lucy Dau (1872) F W NC NC 
ABORN, Albert N. Son (1873) M W NY NJ 
EBORN, Aelsey Dau (1873) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Charles E. Son (1873) M W MA MA 
ABORN, Clara L. Dau (1873) F W RI RI 
ABORN, Elmer Son (1873) M W NJ NJ 
EBORN, Frank Son (1873) M B NC NC 
EBORN, George Ann Dau (1873) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Giles E. Nephew (1873) M W CT CT 
ABORN, Grace E. Dau (1873) F W MA MA 
EBORN, Lucious Son (1873) M B NC NC 
ABURN, Margaret Dau (1873) F W IN IN 
ABORN, Martha C. Dau (1873) F W CT CT 
ABURN, Mary A. Dau (1873) F W MD MD 
EBORN, Noah M. Son (1873) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Sally D Dau (1873) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Silvester Son (1873) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Adlade Dau (1874) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Allace Dau (1874) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Ary Dau (1874) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Edward Nephew (1874) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Frederick A. Son (1874) M W RI RI 
EBORN, Henretta Dau (1874) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Isabella Dau (1874) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Louis Son (1874) M W NC NC 
EBORN, Martha Dau (1874) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Marthy Dau (1874) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Paul Son (1874) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Peter Son (1874) M W POLA MI 
EBORN, Susan Dau (1874) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Thomas Son (1874) M B NC NC 
EBORN, William Son (1874) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Ada Dau (1875) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Alford Son (1875) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Edgar W. Son (1875) M W CT CT 
EBORN, Ellen GDau (1875) F MU NC NC 
ABORN, Georgiana Dau (1875) F W OH OH 
ABORN, Henry Son (1875) M W NY NYC 
EBORN, M.J. Dau (1875) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Alice H. Dau (1876) F W RI RI 
EBORN, Cally J Dau (1876) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Calvin Son (1876) M B NC NC 
EBORN, David Son (1876) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Bettee Dau (1876) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Estella Dau (1876) F W CT CT 
EBORN, Founten Dau (1876) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Grace A. Dau (1876) F W MA MA 
EBORN, Isaac Son (1876) M B NC NC 
EBORN, James H. Son (1876) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Joseph W. Son (1876) M W NC NC 
EBORN, Jos Son (1876) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Julia Dau (1876) F W CT CT 
ABORN, Lilla Dau (1876) F W NJ NJ 
EBORN, Lucinda J. GDau (1876) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Rowena M. Dau (1876) F W RI RI 
EBORN, Rufus Son (1876) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Ader Dau (1877) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Clarence Son (1877) M W NY NYC 
ABORN, Collins W. Son (1877) M W CT CT 
EBORN, Hanah Dau (1877) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Hizakiah Son (1877) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Hezekiah Son (1877) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Isaiah Son (1877) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Jennee Dau (1877) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Judia Dau (1877) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Loyd Son (1877) M W OH OH 
EBORN, Lula Dau (1877) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Mary E. Dau (1877) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Mary Other (1877) F W NJ NJ 
EBORN, Matilda Dau (1877) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Moses Son (1877) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Nicy O. Dau (1877) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Samuel GSon (1877) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Sophia Dau (1877) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Del Dau (1878) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Elisabeth Dau (1878) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Emmaline Dau (1878) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Fredrick Son (1878) M W NC NC 
ABORN, Gracy Dau (1878) F W CT CT 
ABORN, Hulda C. Dau (1878) F W RI RI 
ABORN, Lilian W. Son (1878) M W MA MA 
EBORN, Marena Dau (1878) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Martin Son (1878) M B NC NC 
ABORN, Maud E. Dau (1878) F W KS KS 
EBORN, Nezier Son (1878) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Sarah J Dau (1878) F W NC NC 
EBORN, William Son (1878) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Wsley Son (1878) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Alice GDau (1879) F B NC NC 
EBORN, Amanda E. Dau (1879) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Budwood Son (1879) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Dorson Son (1879) M MU NC NC 
ABORN, Elisabeth Dau (1879) F W OH OH 
ABURN, Elizabeth Dau (1879) F W IN IN 
EBORN, Heyman Son (1879) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Harrison Son (1879) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Hawood Son (1879) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Luther A Son (1879) M W NC NC 
ABURN, Mary Dau (1879) F W MO MO 
ABORN, Minne Dau (1879) F W NY NYC 
ABORN, Orrin E. Son (1879) M W KS KS 
EBORN, Penelope Dau (1879) F W NC NC 
EBORN, William Son (1879) M W NC NC 
EBORN, Wm Ann Dau (1879) F B NC NC 
EBORN, William GSon (1879) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Winney A. Dau (1879) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Son (1880) M W RI RI 
ABORN, Kate Dau (1880) F W NJ NJ 
EBORN, Charles Son (1880) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Danniel GSon (1880) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Edward Son (1880) M B NC NC 
EBORN, Francies Dau (1880) F B NC NC 
ABORN, Harold Son (1880) M W MA MA 
EBORN, Henry Son (1880) M B NC NC 
EBORN, John GSon (1880) M W NC NC 
EBORN, Sallie Dau (1880) F W NC NC 
EBORN, Victiria Dau (1880) F B NC NC 


Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 20:56:28 -0500
From: Max McDaniel
To: DrG@execpc.com

I was pleasantly surprised when I saw the name ABURN on the Miami County, Ohio web.

Elizabeth Aburn married my GGGrandfather, Abraham Peck, on March 4, 1845 in Miami Co., Ohio. She was born 7 Aug 1827 and died 27 June 1855. Abraham remarried a lady named Sarah Heckman and had eight more children. One of the two he had by Elizabeth Aburn, was Rolandus Peck, my GGrandfather.

I was wondering if Elizabeth might be a sister of your Sarah? Do you have any info on Sarah's family at all? This has me really excited, and hope I am not being to forward in asking you all these questions.
Respectfully,

Max McDaniel, Troy, Ohio
[4/7/2005: Just talked with Bessie McDaniel and learned that Max passed away in October 2004 - DEG]


Obituary Abstract, 27 April 1948, Herald Press, Huntington, IN

Milton E. Hull died April 27, 1948 (83)

	Brother 	Charles Hull

	Sons		Chester Hull, Raceland, Kentucky
			Roscoe Hull, Toledo, Ohio
			Frederick Hull, at home.
	Daughters 	Bertha (Hull) Garrison, Huntington

			Alta (Hull) Byers, Huntington
			Lillian (Hull) Miller, Huntington
			Wanda (Hull) Sharp, Oakland, California

	Step Son	Walter Gradeless, Pierceton

			26 Grandchildren

			32 Great Grandchilden

	Burial		Riverside Cemetery, Andrews


Obituary Abstract, August 1964, Herald Press, Huntington, IN

Chester Hull died August 1, 1964., survived by 3 sons and 1 daughter.
	Sisters		Lilly Miller, Huntington
			Mrs. Walter Byers, Toledo, Ohio
	Brother		Roscoe Hull, Phoenix, Arizona
			1 half brother, 1 half sister, 1 step brother


Obituary Abstract, February 16, 1981, Herald Press, Huntington, IN

Fred M. Hull 
 Born July 3, 1912
died February 16, 1981 at Huntington Memorial Hospital

	Married July 7, 1956 in Angloa to Thelma Biehl

	Stepsons	Lawrence Saunders, Illinois
			William Saunders, California
			James Biehl
			John Biehl
	Stepdaughers	Juanita Fair, Anaheim, California
			Karen Roehmhild, Whittier, California
			Glynna Harmon, Lagro
			Cheryl Bragg, Columbia City
			Mary Barold, Andrews
	Sisters		Lillian Miller, Huntington
			Wanda Sharpe, California
			26 Step Grandchildren

	3 Step Great Grandchildren
	5 Brothers, 1 stepson preceeded him in death.
	Gary Ladd "Laddie" Biehl died 1967 Viet Nam


Obituary Abstract, October 31, 1988, Herald Press, Huntington, IN

Lillian Miller, born July 22, 1902 died October 31, 1988
	Brothers	Roscoe Hull
			Chester Hull
	half brothers	Fred Hull
			Arthur Hull
	half sister	Wanda Sharpe



Obituary Abstract, January 8, 1984, Herald Press, Huntington, IN

Bertha Garrison daughter of Flora Enyert & Milton Hull
 died January 8, 1984 
	Sister		Wanda Shrpe, Red Bluff, California
	Brother 	Chester Hull
			Roscoe Hull
	Half Brother	Fred Hull
	Step Brother	Walter Gradeless


Notes from Nancy Jo Walters visit with Bicky Hull on 27 February 1995:
(Bicky) Thelma Hull, 7689 E 110 N, Lagro, IN 46941

Milton Edward Hull's 1st marriage was to a Wise, sister to
Ramond Wise of Somerset, IN. Children from that marriage: 
	Lillie (Miller)
	Alta
	Bertha
	Charlie
	Chet (Chester)
	Roscoe
Children of Milton's 2nd marriage to Daisy Linville
	Wanda
	Arthur		died at 15 of Appendicitis
	Freddie (not Fred) born July 3, 1912 died February 15, 1981
		 married July 17, 1956 to 
		Thelma Jean Schwartz born 1919. 

Freddie adopted the six children of Thelma (Bicky) 

Glenna (Biehl) Harmon 52, (Mrs. Lewis Harmon, Jr.), LaGro
	1 daugher, Tamara Harmon

James (Jim) Biehl 50, 3 children, Lagro. 2 marriages. 
Current wife Patsy Eltson (Gray)
3 children from 1st marriage
		Marsha Archibole
		James Biehl
		Tracy "Butch" Biehl

Gray Ladd Biehl "Laddie" died 1967 Viet Nam

Cheryl Garrison, Bragg, Eolfe, Staab, 44, 
	3 children, Fort Meyers, Florida
	Married Rob Garrison, daughter, Amy Garrison, 25
	Married ----- Braff, 1 son Robert Bragg, 23, South Bend
	Married Kenneth Wolfe, Fort Myers, 
		1 daughter, Jenica Bragg, 10
	Married Tom Staab, Fort Myers.

John Biehl, 2 sons, Lagro. Married Alice -----, divorced. 2 sons:
	Gary Biehl, 21.
	Paul Biehl, 17.

Mary (Biehl) Harlon (Mrs. Darold Harlon), Andrews
	2 sons Jason died Sep 1991 at age 15
	Darold Harlon Jr., 22

Wanda Sharpe of Redding California died in April 1981.
1 daugher, Carol from 1st marriage.
Second marriage to Harold Sharpe.
Wanda was older than Freddie.


1889 Plat map showing A. Leech, S. F.Linvll, M. A. Aburn


Family of John Aburn from Jean Johnson  — jean@jeanjohnson.com

John Aburn was born April 6, 1794 in Lincolnshire, England. He emigrated to 
Baltimore, Maryland Aug. 1817. He was naturalized July 27, 1824.
( Maryland Naturalization Index, Card file 142, Drawer 1, Maryland State 
Archives, 350 Rowe Boulevard, Annapolis, Maryland 21401
"Aburn, John
Country of Birth or Allegience: England
When born or age: 32  (Should have been recorded as 23)
Date and port of arrival: Aug 1817, Baltimore, MD
DI# 1031 USDC Baltimore, MD
PM 7-27-1824
Folio# 174.")
USDC refers to US District Court. At the Md State Archives only a card 
remains. The original record is thought to have been destroyed. Apparently 
th
the feds no longer wanted it. The local gov made a card file and destroyed 
the original because of space limitations. This would have happened before 
the Hall of Records (Archives) was built probably.

Immigrant Ship Transcriber's Guild has not transcribed any ships to 
Baltimore in that year.

His tombstone is in Baltimore Cemetery:
In Memory of John Aburn Born in Lincolnshire, England April 6th 1794 Died 
April 9h 1872 And of his Wife Susannah Aburn Born Oct. 16th 1793 Died Sept. 
22nd 1867.

All known children lived and died in Baltimore, Maryland.

Jean Johnson
_______________

  Baltimore Sun September 24, 1867

ABURN- On the 22n instant, after a lingering illness, which she bore
with Christian fortitude, SUSANNAH, wife of John Aburn, in the 74th year
of her age.

	Jesus, while our hearts are bleeding
	O'er the spoils that death has won,
	We would, at this solemn parting,
	Calmly say--Thy will be done.

	Though cast down, we're not forsaken,
	Though afflicted, not alone;
	Thou did'st give, and Thou hast taken,
	Blessed Lord, Thy will be done.

	Though to-day we're filled with mourning,
	Mercy still is on the throne;
	With thy smiles of love returning,
	Help us to say--Thy will be done.

	By thy hands the boon was given,
	Thou hast taken but thine own;
	Lord of earth, and God of Heaven,
	Evermore--Thy will be done.

The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
attend her funeral this (Tuesday) afternoon, at half past three o'clock,
from her late residence, No. 2 Thames street.

Jean Johnson
_______________

Baltimore Sun April 11, 1872:

ABURN-On the morning of the 9th of April, JOHN ABURN, aged 80 years.
Deceased was a native of Lincolnshire, England but for the last fifty
years a resident of this city.
  The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
attend his funeral this (Thursday) afternoon at two o'clock, from his
late residence, No. 2 Thames street. 

Jean Johnson

Marriages of Mifflin County, Pennsylvania. 1822-1885 Auburn 8 (hard to read but page 8 or 9) NAMES OF PERSONS FOR WHOM MARRIAGE LICENSES WERE ISSUED IN THE PROVINCE OF PENNSYLVANIA PREVIOUS TO 1790. Volume II , page 146 16 May 1767 Hughes, Richard, and Hannah Aburn ____________________________________________ MARRIAGE RECORD OF THE SWEDES' CHURCH, (GLORIA DEI.) 1750-1810. 1767, May 16, Aburn, Hannah, and Richard Hughes. ____________________________________________ Descendants of Benjamin Alden Nourse: Lydia Nourse born August 13, 1728 married July 02, 1747 to Joseph ABURN in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts
Blair, PA 1850 Federal Census ============================================================================ Pg# Ln# Last Name First Name Age Birth Place Filename ============================================================================ 097a 28 Aburn Rebeca 36 Penna pg0090b.txt 097a 30 Aburn Sarah 9 Penna pg0090b.txt Blair, PA 1850 Federal Census An on-line image file for the following page is available at: http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/pa/blair/census/1850/0097a.gif ================================================================================ CENSUS 1850 STATE PA COUNTY Blair DIV Hollidaysburg Borough M432-755 PAGE # 097a REFERENCE: Enumerated the 3rd day of Sept 1850 by Henry Reigart ================================================================================ LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD SCH R/W ================================================================================ 28 239 252 Aburn Rebeca 36 F . . . Penna . . . 29 239 252 Auburn James 12 M . . . Penna . X . 30 239 252 Aburn Sarah 9 F . . . Penna . X .

Census Records donated from Carlene Eckroade:
[Carlene is not a Aburn researcher - DEG]
1820 Census Derry Township, Mifflin County Pennsylvania:

                        MALES           |    FEMALES       
                  0  1o  16  18  26  45 | 0  1o  16  26  45   
                 to  to  to  to  to   & |to  to  to  to   &
                 10  16  18  26  45  up |10  16  26  45  up  
John Aburn        1 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 3 - 2 - 0 - 1 - 0 


1830 Census Shelby County Kentucky

                                    MALES                         |
                   5- 10- 15- 20- 30- 40- 50- 60- 70- 80- 90- 100 |
               <5 <10 <15 <20 <30 <40 <50 <60 <70 <80 <90 <100 +  |
Ned Asburn      0 - 1 - 2 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 -  (continued
John Asburn     1 - 2 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 -     below)

                                   FEMALES                       
                   5- 10- 15- 20- 30- 40- 50- 60- 70- 80- 90- 100
               <5 <10 <15 <20 <30 <40 <50 <60 <70 <80 <90 <100  +
Ned Asburn      0 - 0 - 1 - 2 - 1 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0
John Asburn     2 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 



1830 Census Montgomery County, Indiana Page 15
                                      MALES                       |
                   5- 10- 15- 20- 30- 40- 50- 60- 70- 80- 90- 100 |
               <5 <10 <15 <20 <30 <40 <50 <60 <70 <80 <90 <100 +  |
Robert Asburn   0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 -
John Asburn     0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 -

                                FEMALES                          
                   5- 10- 15- 20- 30- 40- 50- 60- 70- 80- 90- 100
               <5 <10 <15 <20 <30 <40 <50 <60 <70 <80 <90 <100  +
Robert Asburn   0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0
John Asburn     0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0


1830 Census Cross Creek township Jefferson Co Ohio (Abrams) 

California Death Index

http://www.familytreelegends.com/records/caldeaths


Name            Sex  Birth Date Death Date Birth Place Death Place SSN         Mother 
MCNEAR, SCOTT M MALE 09/01/1902 04/01/1961 INDIANA     GLENN       548-05-0153 ABURN

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Author: P. J. Oburn

I am researching the OBURN line. Family lore has it that the name was changed from Auburn/Aburn to Oburn by one brother in order to disassociate himself from the other one. Family was orignally from Pennsylvania, then apparently moved to ADAMS CO. Ohio and ended up in the Miami Co., Ohio area. Philip Oburn was my great grandfather (approx. 1812-1886). Do not know where he was born. His first wife was Harriet Hummelright, second wife Kathryn Ann Gibbs (Buck). I have been unsuccessful in making any Auburn connection in Pennsylvania except for what you have managed to unearth and post on the net.


Wabash Plain Dealer
Wabash, Indiana
Wednesday, December 19, 2001

ABURN

      Don W. Aburn, 83, Miller's Merry Manor East, died at 8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 17, 2001, at his residence.
      He was born on March 2, 1918, in Churu- busco, to William F. and Iva Mae (Hawk) Aburn. He married Anita Jean Bentz in South Whitley on Jan. 29, 1942. She preceded him in death on Jan. 25, 1982.
      Mr. Aburn worked for Phelps Dodge Magnet Wire Company, Fort Wayne, for 27 years, retiring in 1980. He was a World War II Army veteran and a life member of the Columbia City American Legion. He had lived in Wabash for the past year after moving from Converse. He was a longtime Whitley County resident.
    Surviving are a son, William (Pat) Aburn, Kokomo; a daughter, Mrs. Gregg (Donna) Richards, Wabash; five grandchildren, Ricky Aburn, Kokomo, Mrs. Scott (Teresa) Dinkins, Tonia Richards and Tiffany Richards, all of Wabash, and Traci Aburn, Franklin; and two great-grandchildren. Two brothers and one sister are deceased.
    Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Grandstaff-Hentgen Manchester Ave. Chapel, with Tony Thomas officiating. Burial will be in South Whitley Cemetery.
    Friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the chapel. Preferred memorials are to the American Heart Association and the National Kidney Foundation.

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Aburn Social Security Death Index
ABURN                                                                        
Name       Birth Date  Death Date Last Residence/Benefit   SS Number  Issued 
WILLIAM   02 Nov 1880    Jan 1969 46787 South Whitley, IN 310-05-9538 Indiana 
IVA       08 Mar 1886    May 1967 46787 South Whitley, IN 315-32-0363 Indiana 
DON W     02 Mar 1918 17 Dec 2001 46992 Wabash, IN        310-03-7504 Indiana 
ANITA     16 Apr 1921    Jan 1982 46750 Huntington, IN    311-18-5764 Indiana 
GERALD E  11 Sep 1934 27 Sep 2003 49014 Battle Creek, MI  373-34-8432 Michigan
PHYLLIS J 30 Dec 1931 25 Apr 1999 46952 Marion, IN        431-60-7173 Arkansas
DORTHA I  13 Nov 1907 30 Dec 1996 46725 Columbia City, IN 310-18-8974 Indiana 
HARMON    20 Jan 1910    Nov 1977 46787 South Whitley, IN 706-18-4495 retired 
                                                                      railroad

The Proceedings of the Old Bailey

Peter Venables, theft, 24th April, 1734.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t17340424-18
      * Crime(s): theft,
      * Verdict: Not Guilty,
Original Text: 19 Peter Venables, was indicted for stealing a Sheet, a Pillow-bear, and a Brass Candlestick, the Goods of Samuel Aburn, the 17th of April. Acquitted.



Thomas Lock, and Elizabeth his Wife, Thomas Lock, theft, 24th April, 1734.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t17340424-19
      * Crime(s): theft,
      * Verdict: Not Guilty,
Original Text: 20 Thomas Lock, and Elizabeth his Wife, were indicted for stealing a Sheet, a Pillowbear, and 3 Pewter plates, the Goods of Samuel Aburn, April 17. Acquited.

theft : simple grand larceny, theft : shoplifting, 13th January, 1738.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t17380113-23
      * Crime(s): theft: shoplifting, theft: simple grand larceny, theft: shoplifting,
      * Punishment Type: transportation,
      * Verdict: Part Guilty: theft under 5s, Guilty, Part Guilty: theft under 5s,
      * Crime Location: Bell Yard
Original Text: * 32. Thomas Meighan was indicted for stealing 36 pair of worsted Stockings, val. 6. l. in the Shop of Thomas Jones, Dec. 24.
* The Prisoners was an Evidence against William MacDurmont, Brown and his Wife last Sessions: Vide Sessions Book, No. 1. P. 16.
Thomas Jones. The 24th of Dec. my Shop in Bell Yard was robb'd of about 3 Dozen of Stockings. Two or three Days afterwards, I found by an Advertisement, that Mr. Collier in Denmark-Street had stopp'd 2 or 3 Pair. I went thither and found them to be mine, and Mr. Collier telling me he knew the Woman who brought them to him to Pawn, I took her up, and she discover'd the Prisoner, who confess'd before Mr. Deveil, that he and others committed this Robbery; that his Companions came into the Shop and took them, and that he stood at the Door and receiv'd them.
Thomas Collier. Mary Steward brought 2 pair of Stockings to pawn, on Christmas-Eve, between 6 and 7 at Night. She told me she had them from Peg Pretty ; upon which I stopp'd them. In about half an Hour afterwards, Tom Meighan and a Sailor came to demand them. I seiz'd the Sailor, but the Prisoner ran away; he told me, he knew nothing of the Stockings, and that he was going to see one Peg Goodman, when he came in with Meighan. Upon this we took up Mary Steward, and she directed us to a notorious Bawdyhouse, where we found the Prisoner, and we carry'd him before Mr. Deveil, where he told us, that Nucky Watson and he, with 2 or 3 more, stole these Stockings. James. These are my Stockings.
Mary Steward. The Prisoner came to me, and Peg Pretty b02:50:25 PM Mon, Oct 31 2005eing with me, he desired her to pawn these Stockings, she refused to do it, and toss'd them to me, and I carry'd them to Mr. Collier's.
Harrison. This Steward brought Stockings to me to pledge on Christmas-Eve, but I refused them. Guilty 4 s. 10 d.
33. He was again indicted with John Gradley for stealing a Cheshire Cheese, val. 5 s. the Goods of Sam Aburn, Dec. 24. Both Guilty. Felony.
34, 35. He was a 3d Time indicted with James Meighan and Francis Watson, for stealing a Till, and 4 l. in Money, in the Shop of Daniel Martinet, Nov. 22. All Guilty 4 s 10 d.
Punishment summary from The Old Bailey Proceedings, 13th January, 1738.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: s17380113-1
The Trials being ended, the Court proceeded to give Judgment: as follows.
Receiv'd Sentence of Death, 12. Robert, otherwise Briggenshaw Brownjohn, James Cope, Thomas Jenkins, George Price, John Margets, William Ifield, John Birt, John Parrot, otherwise Perrot, Thomas Oliver, John Waterman, John Gardiner, Isaac Mortished.
Burnt in the Hand, 2. John Whitby, and Garret Ural.
Whipp'd, 3. Mary Young, Elizabeth Thompson, and John Dighton.
To be Transported, 36. William Maddey, Adam Hunter, Richard Daniel, Joseph Phillis, Edward Williams, Richard-Baldwyn, Thomas Meighan, William Simmonds, Edward Condell, Philip Brown, William Lashbrook, Joseph Whittingham, Thomas Waters, John Gradley, Francis Watson, James Meighan, Sarah Davis, Ann Dunn, Susannah Hose, Jonathan Smith, John Burn, John Bishop, John Foster, John Morris, Richard Baines, Joseph Smithson, Sarah Wharton, James Benson, William Benham, John Page, John Chest, Theodere Davis, Elizabeth Shaw, Valentine Kelly, Mary Clark, John MacCue.


WILLIAM KILBY, JOHN ABURN, theft : simple grand larceny, 9th January, 1822.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t18220109-142
      * Crime(s): theft : simple grand larceny,
      * Punishment Type: imprisonment, imprisonment, whipping : public,
      * Verdict: Guilty, Guilty,
      * Crime Location: Lower-street, Islington
Original Text:   320. WILLIAM KILBY and JOHN ABURN. were indicted for stealing, on the 7th of January, 9 lbs. of beef, value 4 s., the goods of Joseph Whistler.
JOSEPH WHISTLER. I am a butcher, and live in Lower-street, Islington. On the 7th of January, two ribs of beef, weighing nine pounds and a half, hung in my shop - I was called away, and found the prisoners in custody, with it and the book.
RICHARD BECKETT. I am a patrol. About a quarter past nine o'clock at night, I was opposite Whistler's, and saw the prisoners run across the road from his shop - Kilby said to Aburn,
"D - n me, I have got it." They went in different directions. Gregson took Kelby in two minutes, with the beef, and hook in it. He said he found it. I took Aburn on Sunday morning, and am sure of him.
THOMAS GREGSON. I am a patrol. I saw the prisoners come from the shop and took Kelby with the beef and hook.
ABURN'S Defence. He ran by me with it.
KILBY - GUILTY. Aged 16.   Confined Six Months.
ABURN - GUILTY. Aged 20.  Confined Six Months and Publicly Whipped.
Second Middlesex Jury before Mr. Common Sergeant.


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I am looking for the elusive John Aburn who appears in the 1820 Census with family in Derry Twp., Mifflin County, Pa.  He nor his family are found before or after this date.  His one daughter Charlotte married a John WIBLE/WYBLE and remained in Mifflin County Pa.  However, a large group migrated to Adams County, Ohio. I believe John ABURN/AUBURN etc. maybe in this county.

Can anyone help me solve this puzzle...?

Dave Wyble Sr.




History of MARION CO 1907:

Joseph Oborn and his wife who were born in Pennsylvania, were respectively, of Scotch and Irish descent. Upon coming to Ohio, they first settled in Perry County, removing later, in 1835, to Richland township, Marion County, where Joseph Oborn entered land-the farm that our subject now owns. After a short residence here, they returned to Perry County for one year, and then came back to Marlon County, making the trip in wagons, often finding it necessary to cut their way through the timber. Joseph Oborn erected a log house, began clearing the land and with his wife battled with all kinds of hardships to make a living and raise their family. Upon the discovery of gold in California he joined the fortune-seekers in their journey to the far West. His search for the precious metal not proving successful, he started home in the summer by way of the Isthmus of Panama. He was taker sick while crossing the isthmus, died on the 6th of August, 1850, aged 59 years and 6 months and buried there. By those who remember him, Joseph Oborn is said to have been a good scholar, with an extensive knowledge of surveying and trigonometry by which he could figure eclipses of the sun and moon. He excelled in writing and penmanship. For many years he was school examiner in Richland township: before he would issue a certificate to teacher, the applicant had to satisfy him that he could .make a pen out of a quill and write a good, legible hand. His wife Mary survived him many years, dying April 7, 1880, aged 91 years and one month, and being buried in the Marion Cemetery.

    1.  William Oborn b: in Perry Co., Ohio died 10 November 1883 in Marion Co., Ohio
          married Mary Jane Emery born 14 August 1837
          Children
          1.  Albert Oborn born 31-December-1858 in Richland, Marion, Ohio
          2.  Benjamin Oborn
          3.  Elmer Oborn
          4.  Mary Jane Oborn
          5.  Ida C. Oborn
          6.  John Oborn
          7.  Ella Oborn
          8.  Roscoe Oborn
          9.  William Oborn
    2.  Joseph Oborn
    3.  Jane Oborn b: ABT 1831


Vital Records of Lynn Massachusetts, Volume 2:
Extracts from Pages 13, 14, 127:

LYNN   MARRIAGES
TO THE END OF THE YEAR 1849
Page 13:

ABORN (see also Aborne, Abourn, Abron, Aburn, Aburns, Eborn,
      Eborns), Aaron, and Phebe Pope of Danvers, at Davers,
      Dec. 31, 1779.* Benja[min], and Mrs. Mary Shelden [of Reading, int.], May 8,
      1760. C. R. 2.*
Benjamin, and Sally [Susanna, int.] Lewis, Apr. 8, 1821.*
Betty, see Osborn, Betty
Charles, of Salem, and Ann Barton, int. Apr. 24, 1836.
Ebenezer [Eborn. int.], and margerit Molton, July 7, 1734.*
Ebenezer, Jr., and Mary Goodale [Goodell. int.] of Danvers, at
      Danvers, Nov. 9, 1752.*
*Intention also recorded
Page 14:

Aborn, Eliza, and William Pickering, Apr. 9, 1826*
Hannah, and Eliphalit Manning of Tewksbury, int. Dec. 28, 1740.
James, and Betsy Alley, Dec. 2, 1890*
James, a resident of Lynn, and Sally Richards of Salem, int.
      Dec. 23, 1804.
James, and Lydia Floyd, Nov. 18, 1820*
James, jr., and Hannah M. Hood, Nov 27, 1825*
John, Dr., and [Mrs. C. R. 2.] Rebakah Bancroft, Nov. 22, 1758.*
John, and Ellen M Delnow, Oct. 5, 2848*
Joseph P., and Lydia B. Oliver, int. Mar. 12, 1836.
Lydia, and Jonathan Shaw, Mar. 22, 1835.*
Moses, of Danvers, and Mary Tarbox, int. mar. 15, 1752.
Ruth R., a. 22 y., shoe binder, d. James and Lydia, and Leonard
      Johnson, a. 21 y., cordwainer, s. Reuben and Mary, Oct. 10,
      1844.*
Samuel, and Martha Bancroft, int. Oct. 29, 1720.
Susan, and Henry Cloutman [of Woburn, int.], Mar. 6, 1836.*
Susan H., and Peter Rhodes [of Danvers, int.], Nov. 25, 1834.*
Union, and John Welman, Feb. 23, 1730-31.*

ABORNE (see also Aborn), Abigail, and Raham Bancroft, int.
      Nov. 2, 1717.
Levina, and Ephraim Wiley, Apr. 28, 1807.

ABOURN (see also Aborn), Joseph, and Lydia Nurse, July 2,
      1747. CT.R.*

ABRON (see also Aborn), Ebenezer, and Katharine Jemmeny of
      Salem, Dec. 18, 1777.*

ABURN (see also Aborn), Ebenezer, and Elizabeth Whittemore,
      int. June 24, 1721.

ABURNS (see also Aborn), Mary and Dan[ie]l Twist of Salem,
      int. Nov 6. 1714.
*Intention also recorded
Page 127:

EBORN (see also Aborn), Hannah, and Edw[ar]d Twiss of
      Salem, at Salem, Feb. 3, 1708[91.int..}.*
EBORNS (see also Aborn), Benjamin, and Mary Bovil of Marble-
      head, at Marblehead, June 2, 1786.




The New England Historical and Genealogical Register
For the Year 1852, Volume VI
Early Settlers of Essex and Old Norfolk
page 205

Abourn — George, Hampton, 1653 —
    Samuel, Aburn, œ. 52 in 1666.—
    Moses Aburn, of Marblehead, œ. 21
    1666-7. Samuel, Senr., Salem, œ.
    80 in 1707.



Research Notes on Captain Christopher Sheldon (1732-1799)
Sheldon Family Association  Quarterly VIII:1, January 1993, p. 263 by Irving Sheldon:
One of the first violent affairs that presaged the Revolution was the attack on, and the burning of the British ship, the “Gaspee,” grounded on the point now known as Gaspee Point on the Providence River one evening in June of 1772. Our late cousin, Hazard Knowles, has told us in the past of the tradition in his branch of our family that Christopher (Sheldon) was in charge of one of the longboats which rowed down from Providence that night. 
'Hap' Knowles was a revered founding member of the Gaspee Days Committee. In the June 7-8, 1978 Gaspee Days special supplement to the Warwick Beacon, p23, he was interviewed:
Knowles' own great great grandfather, Christopher Sheldon, was a skipper on one of John Brown's long boats, he said.  His ancestry dates back to the original commander of the Pawtuxet Rangers, Samuel Aborn, whose sword Knowles carries as a member of today's Rangers.


Expeditions to Find the Gaspee
by John Concannon

The hated British revenue schooner, HMS Gaspee was burned to its waterline by Rhode Island patriots on the night of June 9, 1772. Eyewitness accounts relate that there were several explosions as the ensuing fire touched off the powder magazines in the Gaspee's hold. Whatever was left of the ship must have been sparse.

It can also be assumed that these persons also sacked the Gaspee of anything of value prior to torching the vessel as she lay aground off of Namquid Point (now called Gaspee point). Daniel Vaughan in his deposition (see Staples, Documentary History of the Destruction of the Gaspee, page 79) related that he accompanied Captain Linzee of the HMS Beaver in salvaging some iron from the wreck of the Gaspee in the summer of 1772. Colonel Samuel Aborn of Pawtuxet Village owned a sloop named Sally, and following the burning of the Gaspee he, by order of the colony, recovered what remained of the stores, anchors and guns of the King's ship, for which services he was paid 11 pounds, 18 shillings. It is possible than some of the Gaspee's small cannons may survive still, but their whereabouts are unknown and it is doubtful whether they would have been marked sufficiently to identify the origin.

Round Up the Usual Suspects!

Potential Suspects

This list is frivolous at best, and represents an attempt to gather names of prominent merchants and ship captains in the 1772 Providence area, and relatives of known Gaspee Raiders. The purpose of this list is to launch further investigations into the lives of these people to see if they were in any way connected to the Burning of the Gaspee in 1772.  These people are potential suspects only and would not presently be connected with this event by any hard evidence. Their inclusion into this list is both arbitrary and whimsical. To add more names to the list (well over 300 names so far!), or to comment on any character, please e-mail me at: webmaster@gaspee.org

Name: Comments:
Benjamin Aborn
Master of Providence-based privateer, Chance, 1782, Field.
Daniel Aborn
Master of Providence-based privateer, Chance, 1780, Field.
Lowry Aborn
Master of Providence-based privateer, Providence, and others, Field.
Samuel Aborn
Owner of privateer Providence, 1779, Field.  Salvaged the remnants of the Gaspee in 1772.  Was a Deputy (RI Assembly) from Warwick.


Cellar Imprisonment of the Gaspee Crewmen

Colonel Samuel Aborn of Pawtuxet Village owned a sloop named Sally and following the burning of the Gaspee, he brought to Pawtucket in his sloop, by order of the colony, what remained of the stores and guns of the King's ship. The sloop was later captured by a British Cruiser and Congress allowed Colonel Aborn $1,600 for loss of the vessel and its cargo.


History of the state of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations: Biographical
NY: The American Historical Society, Inc. 1920


(The Aborn Line).

The Aborns, exclusively a Rhode Island family, have been identified with Rhode Island life and affairs for about two hundred years, during which time descendants of the founder have been prominent in civic, business and social life in Providence and Kent counties. Samuel Aborn, founder and immigrant ancestor of the family in America, was a shipwright, and many of his descendants have adhered to his calling, and followed sea-faring lives.

(I) Samuel Aborn, the progenitor, is first of record in Wickford, R. I., in the year 1710, when he purchased of Lodowick Updike twenty acres of land. He settled in Wickford, where he followed the calling of shipwright. He became the owner of considerable property, and rose to prominence in the affairs of the town. He married Susanna ---- , and they were the parents of three sons. Susanna Aborn died after 1753. Among the descendants of Samuel and Susanna Aborn have been many leaders in Rhode Island life.

(II) Captain Joseph Aborn, son of Samuel and Susanna Aborn, was born in 1722, and was a resident of Wickford, R. I., and later of Pawtuxet, in which latter town he was the first of the family to settle. He was a master mariner, and followed the sea during the greater part of his life. Captain Joseph Aborn married Elizabeth Scranton, born in 1723, and died in 1799, and is buried in Greene Cemetery, in Pawtuxet.

(III) Daniel Aborn, son of Captain Joseph and Elizabeth (Scranton) Aborn, was born in Newport, R. I., July 1, 1749, and died in December, 1783, at sea. He was a sea captain. Daniel Aborn was commander of the vessel 'Chance', which sailed from Providence, in May, 1782, a newly built privateer. A few days after leaving Providence the 'Chance' was captured by the British ship 'Belisarius', of the British navy. Daniel Aborn was confined aboard the prison ship 'Jersey'. The filthy condition of the ship and the overcrowding of same caused thousands of deaths. Through the intervention of General George Washington, Daniel Aborn, Sylvester Rhodes, Captain Dring and a few others were exchanged. He later put to sea again, en route to the West Indies, and during a severe storm the vessel foundered and all hands were lost. He married, January 8, 1769, Mary Arnold, daughter of Peleg Arnold, was born in February, 1752, and died September 29, 1834.

(IV) Jonathan Aborn, son of Daniel and Mary (Arnold) Aborn, was born in 1772, in Pawtuxet, R. I., and died in Calcutta, March 10, 1720 [sic - 1820]. Like the majority of his forebears he followed the sea, as a master mariner. He married Dorcas Tourtellot, who was born in 1775, and died January 9, 1850. She was the daughter of Daniel and Urania (Keech) Tourtellot, of Gloucester, R. I., and a descendant of Gabriel Bernon, a French-Huguenot family of distinction.

(V) Rebecca Walker Aborn, daughter of Jonathan and Dorcas (Tourtellot) Aborn, was born in Pawtuxet, R. I., in 1806, and died in 1869. She became the wife of Captain Pardon Sheldon, with whom she is buried in the cemetery in Pawtuxet.


Salem County New Jersey Marriages paged 41: 

(Aburn or Abrun in margin) Wm. A., and Catharine Scill, 1-8-1821

Biographical Dictionary of Pennsylvania Legislators: 

Oborn, Obron, Henry see Oburn, Henry

Oburn, Ann, 787

Oburn, Elizabeth, 787

Oburn, Hannah (b. 1701), dau. of Henry, 787

Oburn, Hannah (b. 1707), dau. of Henry, 787

Oburn, Hannah, wife of Henry, see Cooke, Hannah

Oburn, Henry, 208, 234, 590, 690, 787-89, 891

Oburn, Mary, 787

Oburn, Sarah, 787

Oburn, Susannah, 787

Oburn, William, father of Henry, 787

Oburn, William, son of Henry, 787-88

PRICE: Land Records in New Castle County, Delaware

Judgement. 24 Feb 1737. Henry NEWTON, Esq, sheriff of Newcastle cnty, to
Daniel OBURN. Daniel OBURN in Ct before JPs did recover agst John PRICE &
Mary PRICE, Admin of David PRICE, late of sd cnty, yeoman, dec'd, & taken
in execution of the lands of sd PRICE was a piece of land situate in
Pencader Hundred in sd cnty containing 184 acres. Sd land sold unto Daniel
OBURN. Wit: Sifg ALLRICHS, David McMULLEN, John SEE. Rec: 25 May
1738. L-1:259


The DEWEESE Family
of Darke Co., Ohio

?  1-- William DEWEESE                    Generations down to John (1805-1884)
?   sp-Hannah HIGO                                 under verification
?      2-- William DEWEESE (1762-1809) b Berks Co., PA; d Montgomery Co., VA
        sp-Sarah HUBBLE ( -1797)
           3-- Peter DEWEESE (1791-1868)
           3-- William DEWEESE (1794-1837)
           3-- DEWEESE (1797-1797)
?      sp-Mary DEWEESE (1769-1860)       said to be daughter of her husband's
           3-- Elizabeth DEWEESE (1800-1865)         Uncle Paul Deweese
           3-- Frances DEWEESE (1802)
           3-- John DEWEESE (1805-1884)  b Montgomery Co., PA; d Darke Co., OH
           sp-Charlotte ROSE (1810-1833) b VA; d Miami Co., OH
           sp-Elizabeth EDWARDS Mrs Woodford
           sp-Sarah "Sally" SMITH (1804-1844) d Darke Co., OH
               4-- George W. DEWEESE (1841-1908) b Darke Co., OH
                sp-Eliza Jane OBURN
                   5-- Peter Harry DEWEESE (1869)
                    sp-Ada L. RUSH
                       6-- Florence DEWEESE (1893)
                       6-- Grace Mae DEWEESE (1895)
                   5-- DEWEESE
                   5-- Sara Elizabeth DEWEESE
                   5-- William Fred DEWEESE (1878)

C O U L T E R


See the Gradeless Index for more Coulter Names

John Coulter
born 18 Jul 1777 in County Antrim, Ireland
died 13 Feb 1857 Clinton County Ohio
married 11 Jun 1807 Hamilton County, Ohio to
Margaret Gibson 
born 1787 County Fermanagh, Ireland
died 1876 Clinton County Ohio
 1.  William Coulter born 2 Nov 1809 Hamilton County, Ohio
 2.  John Coulter born 1818 Clinton County Ohio
 3.  Alfred Coulter born 1822 Clinton County Ohio
 4.  George Coulter born 1831 Clinton County Ohio


William Coulter son of John & Margaret (Gibson) Coulter
born 2 Nov 1809 Hamilton County Ohio
died 30 Oct 1876 Whitley County Indiana
buried at Merriam Christian Chapel Cemetery, Merriam, Noble County, Indiana
married 26 Dec 1844 Clinton County  Ohio tp
Elizabeth Jenkins daughter of Evan & Catherine Jenkins
born Dec 1826 Belmont County Ohio
died 9 Mar 1909 Churubusco Whitley County Indiana
buried at Merriam Christian Chapel Cemetery, Merriam, Noble County, Indiana
 1.  George W. Coulter born 11 Mar 1846 Clinton County Ohio 
 2.  John J. Coulter born 5 Aug 1847 Clinton County Ohio 
 3.  Evan Coulter born 6 Nov 1849 Whitley County Indiana 
 4.  James Garfield Coulter born 26 Aug 1851 Whitley County Indiana 
 5.  Margaret Coulter born 27 Sep 1855 Whitley County Indiana 
 6.  baby Coulter born 19 Mar 1858 Whitley County Indiana
 7.  Francis M. Coulter born 6 Oct 1860 Whitley County Indiana 
 8.  Orlando Coulter born 16 Oct 1863 Whitley County Indiana 
 9.  Miriam Coulter born 12 Mar 1865 Whitley County Indiana 
10.  Mary C. Coulter born 2 Apr 1867 Whitley County Indiana 
11.  Willie Coulter born 7 Feb 1869 Whitley County Indiana 

 
George W. Coulter son of William & Elizabeth (Jenskins) Coulter
born 11 Mar 1846 Clinton County Ohio 
died 13 Jul 1917 Whitley County Indiana
buried Christian Chapel Cemetery; Merriam Noble County Indiana 
married 14 Feb 1869 to 
Caroline Werick
born 1846 died 1883
1.  Elnora Coulter
2.  Cora Coulter 


John J. Coulter son of William & Elizabeth (Jenskins) Coulter
born 5 Aug 1847 Clinton County Ohio 
died 17 Dec 1889 Whitley County Indiana
buried Christian Chapel Cemetery; Merriam Noble County Indiana 
married to 
Mary M. Schraeder 
born 17 Feb 1848 Shelby County Indiana
died 30 Apr 1936 in Churubusco Whitley County, Indiana
buried Christian Chapel Cemetery; Merriam Noble County Indiana 
1.  Margaret Coulter
2.  Florence Coulter 
3.  Clarence Coulter
4.  Lawernce O. Coulter 


Evan Coulter son of William & Elizabeth (Jenskins) Coulter
born 6 Nov 1849 Whitley County Indiana 
died 17 Mar 1911 Whitley County, Indiana
buried Christian Chapel Cemetery; Merriam Noble County Indiana 
married #1 6 Mar 1900 Whitley County, Indiana to
Saba Zumbrum daughter of John H. &  Sarah Essick (Cramer) Zumbrun
born 22 Feb 1880 Whitley County, Indiana
died 8 Feb 1961 Churubusco, Whitley County, Indiana
buried Christian Chapel Cemetery; Merriam Noble County Indiana 
1,  Arthur Hyre Coulter 
2.  Herschel Evan Coulter 
3.  Hazel Coulter
married #2 2-Oct-1937 in South Bend Saint Joseph County Indiana
Sarah Larue


James Garfield Coulter son of William & Elizabeth (Jenskins) Coulter
born 26 Aug 1851 Whitley County Indiana 
died 1 Dec 1928 Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana
buried Christian Chapel Cemetery; Merriam Noble County Indiana 
married 19 Jun 1873  Whitley County, Indiana
Amanda Hyre daughter of Aaron & Catherine Louise (Egolf) Hyre
born  7 Jul 1854 Whitley County, Indiana
died 30 May 1909 Whitley County, Indiana
buried Christian Chapel Cemetery; Merriam Noble County Indiana 
1.  Ernest Venus Coulter b: 9 May 1879 in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana
2,  Ceral A. Coulter b: 16 May 1892 Whitley County, Indiana





Margaret N. Coulter daughter of William & Elizabeth (Jenkins) Coulter
born 27-September-1855 Whitley County Indiana 	  	
died 23-December-19130 Whitley County Indiana
married 28-March-1878 Whitley County Indiana [Whitley County Marriage license 3:108]
Tobias Aburn son of William and Catherine (Arnett) Aburn
Born 10-July-1854 Miami County Ohio
died 28-August-1932 Columbia Township Whitley Co Indiana 
Whitley Couty Estate Packet 2519.  Columbia City Death Record 3:84]
buried 30-August-1932 Christian Chapel Cemetery, Merriam [Lot 4-16]
Sonday Funeral Home Records buried Christian Chapel Cemetery, Merriam [Lot 4-16]
1.  Elizabeth Aburn born Feb 1879
2.  William F. Aburn born 2 Nov 1880


baby Coulter son of William & Elizabeth (Jenskins) Coulter
born 19 Mar 1858 Whitley County Indiana
died 19 Mar 1858 Whitley County Indiana 
buried at Christian Chapel, Merriam, Noble County, Indiana
 

Francis M. Coulter son of William & Elizabeth (Jenskins) Coulter
born 6 Oct 1860 Whitley County, Indiana 
died 19 Jan 1940 Whitley County, Indiana 
buried at Merriam Christian Chapel Cemetery, Merriam, Noble County, Indiana
married #1 1882 Noble County Indiana (Noble County Marriages Vol 4 page 454)
Manda Aburn daughter of William and Catherine (Arnett) Aburn
born 1858
died 1887 Whitley County Indiana
buried at Christian Chapel Cemetery at Merriam Noble County Indiana
1.  William A. Coulter b: 16 Aug 1883 Whitley County, Indiana 
married #2 22 Jun 1893 Whitley County, Indiana
Armanda Stahl 
b: Aug 1858 Noble County, Indiana 


Orlando Coulter son William & Elizabeth (Jenskins) Coulter
born 16 Oct 1863 Whitley County Indiana 
died 27 Aug 1864 Whitley County, Indiana
buried at Merriam Christian Chapel Cemetery, Merriam, Noble County, Indiana


Miriam Coulter daughter of William & Elizabeth (Jenskins) Coulter
born 12 Mar 1865 Whitley County Indiana 
died 28 Nov 1917 Whitley County, Indiana
buried at Christian Chapel Cemetery at Merriam Noble County Indiana
married  1 Dec 1885 Whitley County, Indiana
David Morton Pence son of Joseph J. & Susannah (Waugh) Pence
born 14 Jan 1864 Whitley County, Indiana
died 29 Mar 1944 in Whitley County, Indiana, USA
1.  Lilah Pence born 13 Aug 1883 Whitley County, Indiana
2.  Evan Judson Pence born 8 Dec 1886 Whitley County, Indiana
 

Mary C. Coulter daughter of William & Elizabeth (Jenskins) Coulter
born  2 Apr 1867 Whitley County Indiana 
died 28 Nov 1867 Whitley County, Indiana
buried at Christian Chapel Cemetery at Merriam Noble County Indiana


Willie Coulter son William & Elizabeth (Jenskins) Coulter
born 7 Feb 1869 Whitley County Indiana 
died 8 Oct 1871 Whitley County, Indiana
buried at Christian Chapel Cemetery at Merriam Noble County Indiana


Margaret Coulter daughter of John J. & Mary M. (Schroader) Coulter
born 17 Aug 1870 Whitley County Indiana
died 30 Oct 1918  Whitley County Indiana
buried at Christian Chapel Cemetery at Merriam, Noble County, Indiana


Florence Coulter daughter of John J. & Mary M. (Schroader) Coulter
born Dec 1871  Whitley County Indiana
married 19 Jun 1895 Whitley County Indiana to
Frederick Harry Lancaster
1.  Archie Coulter


Clarence Coulter son of John J. & Mary M. (Schroader) Coulter
born 1880 Whitley County Indiana
died 1883 Whitley County Indiana
buried at Christian Chapel Cemetery at Merriam, Noble County, Indiana


Lawrence O. Coulter son of John J. & Mary M. (Schroader) Coulter
born 7 Aug 1883 Whitley County, Indiana 
died 22 Jun 1946 at Churubusco Whitley County, Indiana 
married  11 Mar 1908 (Whitley County Marriage Application 11 Mar 1908 2-157 
Whitley County Marriage License Volume 7 page 334) to
Ollie J. McLain daughter of Hugh S. & Mary Ellen Coverstone
born 5 Sep 1884 Whitley County, Indiana
died 23 Oct 1975 Cincinnati Hamilton County Ohio
1.  Donald Coulter
2.  Robert W. Coulter born 1912
3.  Phillip C. Coulter born 1914


Arthur Hyre Coulter son of Evan & Saba (Zumbrun) Coulter
born 1900
married to Eileen Page
1.  Devota Coulter
2.  Evangel Coulter


Herschel Evan Coulter son of Evan & Saba (Zumbrun) Coulter
born 22 Apr 1901
died 5 May 1960 at Coesse Whitley County Indiana
buried at Christian Chapel Cemetery at Merriam, Noble County, Indiana
married #1: 26 Sep 1925 Allen County, Indiana to
Melva Myers born 1900
buried at Covington Memorial Gardens, Fort Wayne Allen County,Indiana
1.  Delores Coulter b: 29 Mar 1927 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana
Married #2: 2 Oct 1937 in South Bend Saint Joseph County Indiana
Helen L. Larue 
born 9 Apr 1917  Williams County, Ohio
died 22 Jul 1995 in Columbia City Whitley County Indiana



Hazel Coulter daughter of Evan & Saba (Zumbrun) Coulter
born 25 May 1906 Whitley County, Indiana
died  26 Jun 1984 Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana 
buried at Christian Chapel Cemetery at Merriam, Noble County, Indiana
Marriage #1 to Rosil Valentine
Marriage #2 to 
Dwight Hoard
born 20 Feb 1906
died 9 Aug 1940



Ernest Venus Coulter son of James Garfield & Amanda (Hyre) Coulter
born  9 May 1879 Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana
died 11 Mar 1947 Port Townsend, Jefferson County, Washington
buried 14 Mar 1947 in the Laurel Grove Cemetery, Port Townsend Jefferson County Washington
married ?#1 16 Nov 1901 to 
Pearl Windell 
born 12 Mar 1887 Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana
died 18 Sep 1964 Wabash, Wabash County, Indiana
buried in the Ogan Cemetery,  Wabash, Wabash County, Indiana
1.  Raymond Coulter b: 24 Aug 1903 in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana
2.  Kenneth Coulter b: 1 Nov 1905 in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana
Ernest Venus Coulter married #2 29 Nov 1924 Three Rivers, Saint Joseph County, Michigan
Lena Elizabeth Coler born 7 Aug 1904 in Three Rivers, Saint Joseph County, Michigan
died 9 May 1991 in Hadlock, Jefferson County, Washington 
in the Laurel Grove Cemetery, Port Townsend Jefferson County Washington
3   Lawrence Benjamin Coulter born 30 Apr 1925 in Three Rivers, Saint Joseph County, Michigan
4.  Lena Mae Coulter born 25 Aug 1926 in Three Rivers, Saint Joseph County, Michigan
4.  Ernest Edward Coulter born 2 Jul 1929 in Port Townsend, Jefferson County, Washington
Pearl Windell Coulter married #2 23 Sep 1928 to 
Oliver Smithee born 13 Feb 1884 in Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas
Oliver died  10 Dec 1945 in Wabash, Wabash County, Indiana
buried in the Ogan Cemetery,  Wabash, Wabash County, Indiana


Ceral A. Coulter son of James Garfield & Amanda (Hyre) Coulter
born 16 May 1892 Whitley County, Indiana
died 10 May 1971 Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana
buried in Lindenwood Cemetery, Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana 
married  6 Sep 1913  Whitley County, Indiana
Margaret Garrison daughter of Zachariah & Emma J. (Egolf) Garrison
born 26 Jul 1895 Kosciusko County, Indiana
died 12 May 1959 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana
buried in Lindenwood Cemetery, Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana 
1.  Robert Coulter b: 12 Aug 1914 in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana 
2.  Pauline Emma Coulter b: 14 Jun 1916 Whitley County, Indiana 
3.  Clarence Eugene Coulter b: 7 Mar 1918 Allen County, Indiana 
4.  Lavon Coulter b: 7 Oct 1920 Allen County, Indiana 
5.  Junior Bill Coulter b: 13 May 1923 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana 
6.  Mary Joan Coulter b: 21 Sep 1927 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana 
7.  Donna Coulter b: 4 Jun 1929 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana 


William A. Coulter son of Francis M. Coulter & Manda (Aburn) Coulter
born 16 Aug 1883 Whitley County, Indiana
died
married 7-November-1908 Whitley County Indiana [WC Marr Lic 7:376]
Florence Windle daughter of Peter & Cynthia (Gradeless) Windle
born 1-Aug-1890 Thorncreek Twp Whitley County Indiana


 
Raymond Coulter son of  Ernest Venus & Pearl Windell Coulter
b: 24 Aug 1903 in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana

 
Kenneth Coulter son of Ernest Venus & Pearl Windell Coulter
b: 1 Nov 1905 in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana

 
Lawrence Benjamin Coulter  son of Ernest Venus &  & Lean Elizabeth (Coler) Coulter
born 30 Apr 1925 in Three Rivers, Saint Joseph County, Michigan

 
Lena Mae Coulter daughter of Ernest Venus &  & Lean Elizabeth (Coler) Coulter
born 25 Aug 1926 in Three Rivers, Saint Joseph County, Michigan

 
Ernest Edward Coulter  son of Ernest Venus & Lean Elizabeth (Coler) Coulter
born 2 Jul 1929 in Port Townsend, Jefferson County, Washington

 
Robert Coulter son of Ceral A. & Margaret (Garrison) Coulter
born 12 Aug 1914 in Columbia City, Whitley County, Indi 
married 10 Jun 1939 to
Myrtle H. Heckler born 18 Jun 1913

 
Pauline Emma Coulter daughter of Ceral A. & Margaret (Garrison) Coulter
born 14 Jun 1916 in Whitley County, Indiana
buried Kingston Park North, Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana
married #1 9 Jun 1934
Michael Oscar Debaille 
born 28 Sep 1907 in Litchterveloe, Belgium
died 18 Aug 1979 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana 
Michael Oscar Debaille buried in Covington Memorail Cardss, Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana
1.  Michael K. Debaille Williams b: 15 Jun 1939 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana 
    died 23 Mar 1986 Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana married 1958 in Fort Wayne, Allen 
    County, Indiana to ?????
Pauline Emma Coulter married #2 14 Jun 1957
Harry Leroy Tope born 30 Jun 1918 died 1 Jan 1987 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida
Pauline Emma Coulter married #2 3 Sep 1973 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana
3  Armond Franklin Williams born 17 Sep 1908 
6 Aug 1977 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana 

 
Clarence Eugene Coulter son of Ceral A. & Margaret (Garrison) Coulter
 b: 7 Mar 1918 Allen County, Indiana  
marriage #1 1939 in Allen County Indiana to
Helen M. Knowlton 
born 9 Oct 1914
1.  Richard Coulter born 2 Oct 1946 Allen County, Indiana 
                    died 24 Dec 1973 London, Middlesex, England
marriage #2 12 Dec 1959 in Bluffton, Wells County, Indiana to 
Flossie Grace Grahm Clark b: 28 Jul 1909 Wells County, Indiana

 
Lavon Coulter daughter of Ceral A. & Margaret (Garrison) Coulter
born 7 Oct 1920 Allen County, Indiana 
married 17 Jul 1939 in Westfield,Indiana
Loris Olinger 
born 2 Jun 1915 in Wabash, Wabash County, Indiana
1.  John Olinger born 13 Jan 1942  Fort Wayne Allen County Indiana
                 died 2 Aug 1945 Fort Wayne, Allen County Indiana

 
Junior Bill Coulter son of Ceral A. & Margaret (Garrison) Coulter
b: 13 May 1923 Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana 
married 26 Sep 1970 Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana,
Ardis Louine Armstrong 
born 3 Dec 1916  Delaware County, Indiana

 
Mary Joan Coulter daughter of Ceral A. & Margaret (Garrison) Coulter
born 21 Sep 1927 Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana 
died 29 May 1931 Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana 
buried IOOF Cemetery in New Haven IN

 
Donna Coulter daughter of Ceral A. & Margaret (Garrison) Coulter
born 4 Jun 1929 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana 
died 15 Jul 1987 in Bluffton, Wells County, Indiana
buried at Six Mile Cemetery Bluffton, Wells County, Indiana, 


Lilah mae Pence daughter of David M. & Miriam (Coulter) Pence
born 13 Aug 1883 Whitley County, Indiana
died 12 Nov 1960 in Gunterville, Alabama
married 1 Dec 1906 Whitley County, Indiana
George F. McConnell son of William J. & Louise E. (Hollabaugh) McConnell
born 20 Mar 1884 in Leipsic, Putnam County, Ohio
1.  Helen Laneta McConnell 
    born 28 Jun 1907 Smith Township, Whitley County, Indiana
2.  Marjorie McConnell 
    born 23 Sep 1916 Smith Township, Whitley County, Indiana


Evan Judson Pence son of David Morton  & Miriam (Coulter) Pence
born 8 Dec 1886 Whitley County, Indiana
born 1 November 1886 Smith Township Whitley county Indiana per Marriage Application
mother's name entered as Mirian in marriage application
died 10 May 1977 Churubusco, Whitley County, Indiana
married 2 Nov 1907 Whitley County, Indiana
Whitley County Marriage Application 31-Oct-1907 Vol 2 #84 
Whitley county Marriage Record Volume 7 page 304
Bessie Helen Crow daughter of John & Jessie (Bonnar) Crow
born 12 Oct 1889 Smith Township, Whitley County Indiana


1860 Census of Smith Township Whitley County

1090 1095 Coulter, Wm.        51 M W farmer   9000  32325  Ohio
          Coulter, Elizabeth  34 F W                       Ohio
          Coulter, George     15 F W                       Ohio   S
          Counter, John I.    12 M W                       Ohio   S
          Coulter, E.         11 M W                       Ind.   S
          Coulter, James       9 M W                       Ind.   D
          Coulter, Margaret    5 F W                       Ind.
          Coulter, Francis M.  1 M W                       Ind.


Christian Chapel Cemetery

Location: Northwest corner of Section 25 (Noble Twp), one-half mile north of Merriam,
bordered by U. S. Route 33 and County Road 400S.
Beginning: At the northwest corner of each of eight sections.

Coulter James G Aug 26, 1851-Dec 1, 1928 1-9
Coulter Amanda (w/o James G) Jul 7, 1854-May 30, 1909 1-9

Coulter Helen L 1917-1995 2-10
Coulter Herschel E 1901-1960 2-10
Phillips J Ross Jul 19, 1895-Apr 29, 1970 2-10
Coulter Evan 1849-1911 2-10
Coulter Saba A 1880-1961 2-10
Coulter Margaret E Aug 6, 1870-Oct 30, 1918 2-12
Coulter Clarence A 1880-1883 2-12
Coulter John J Dec 17, 1889 42y4m12d 2-12
Coulter Mary M Apr 30, 1936 88y2m13d 2-12
Coulter Infant (ch/o W&E) Mar 19, 1858 6d 2-13
Coulter Mary C (d/o W&E) Nov 28, 1867 7m26d 2-13
Coulter Orlando (s/o W&E) Aug 27, 1864 1y10m11d 2-13
Coulter Willie (s/o W&E) Oct 8, 1871 2y8m1d 2-13
Coulter William Oct 30, 1876 66y11m27d 2-13
Coulter Elizabeth (w/o William) 1826-1909 2-13
Coulter Frank M 1859-1940 2-13
Coulter Arminda 1858-1935 2-13
Coulter Manda 1858-1887 2-13
Coulter Caroline E (Weirich) (w/o GW) 1846-1883 2-13

Pence Miriam (Coulter) (w/o David M) 1865-1917 3-3
Pence David M 1864-1944 3-3

Coulter Carl F 1909-1984 4-9
Coulter Evan W 1922-1955 4-9
Coulter Florence 1890-1968 4-9
Coulter William A 1883-1950 4-9

Rose Hill Cemetery

Clouse Nettie J (Coulter) May 1923- J15
Clouse Donald Nov 30, 1920-Mar 3, 1976 J15

Sweet Cemetery (south of Albion:

Coulter Martha L Apr 11, 1921-Jan 2, 1999 4-2

Noble County Marriages - Coulter

Bride/Groom, Born, Spouse, Father, Mother, Book-Page No/Date
Coulter Charmaine, 24 Jan 1955, Egner Harold E, Coulter Norman, Willard Carrie L, 65-201
Coulter Earl S, 17 Jun 1911, Hoffman Mabel, Coulter William, Windle Florence, 10 Jan 1940
Coulter Frank M, 1859, Aburn Manda, Coulter William, Jenkins Elizabeth, 9 Feb 1882
Coulter George W, 11 Mar 1846, Weirich Caroline E, Coulter William, Jenkins Elizabeth, 13 Feb 1868
Coulter John J, 5 Aug 1847, Shrader Mary M, --, --, 2 Sep 1869
Coulter Mary A, 6 Sep 1920, Hoadley Raymond C, Coulter William, Windle Florence, 35-461
Coulter Stella, ca 1885, Lantz James, Coulter James, Johnson Viola, 16-359

others C:
Clouse Catherine E, 3 Oct 1948, Hartman Harold L, Clouse Donald E, Coulter Nettie J, 47-142
Clouse Donald E, 21 Sep 1952, Coe Karen S, Clouse Donald E, Coulter Nettie J, 26 Aug 1973
Clouse Robin K, 9 Feb 1957, Budd Jerry L, Clouse Donald E, Coulter Nettie J, 52-442

others E:
Egner Harold E, 3 Dec 1961, Coulter Charmaine, Egner Harold L, Braddock Bonnie L, 29 Mar 1996

others H:
Harding Rebecca S [Smith], 26 Aug 1973, Coplin James L, Harding Donald A, Coulter Charmaine K, 70-183

others H:
Hoadley Raymond C, 3 Jun 1920, Coulter Mary A, Hoadley Charles, VanDine Blanch, 9 Apr 1941
Hoffman Mabel, 24 Aug 1912, Coulter Earl S, Hoffman Carl K, Fisher Bessie O, 35-173
others K:
Kirkwood Gary S, 3 Sep 1976, Glaser Heather M, Kirkwood Gary D, Coulter Charmaine K, 16 Sep 1993

others L:
Lantz James, 20 Nov 1871, Coulter Stella, Lantz Reuben, Lepird Mary, 9 Jul 1916

others S:
Shrader Mary M, 17 Feb 1848, Coulter John J, --, --, 2-329

others W:
Weirich Caroline E, 1846, Coulter George W, Weirich Franklin, Yates Christena, 2-186

Noble County Obituaries - Coulter

Coulter Amanda, 76, pioneer of this community, died June 10 from heart disease. Funeral was Wednesday in Christian Chapel. Burial, Christian Chapel Cemetery. Surviving are her husband, Frank M.; a sister, Mrs. Cassius Crabill of Churubusco; and 2 brothers, Sam Stahl of Lake Houghton, Mich., and Silas Stahl of Massillon, Ohio. She was born in Noble County in Aug. 1858, to Levi and Comfort Hubbs Stahl. * 6-13-1935

Coulter Carl F, 74, formerly of 234 Vine St., Kendallville, died Friday at McCray Hospital, Kendallville. Born April 14, 1909 in Columbia City, he was the son of William and Florence (Windle) Coulter. He was a retired employee of Indian Head Trucking Co. of Fort Wayne and a member of the Kendallville American Legion Post and VFW. He is survived by his sister, Mary Hoadley of Holland, Mich.; and his brother, Earl of Fort Wayne. Services will be Monday at Berhalter-Hutchins Funeral Home, Kendallville. Burial, Christian Chapel Cemetery. + 2-4-1984

Coulter Eustatia (Crawford) was born in Noble County, September 4, 1858 and died at Minneapolis, Minn., June 6, 1891, aged 32 years, 9 months, 5 days. She removed to Elkhart, Ind. in 1865 where she was married to George Coulter in March 1887, and they immediately located at Minneapolis, where they have since resided. Her death was due to consumption. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church. Interment occurred at Elkhart on Friday. ~ 6-18-1891

Coulter Mabel, 91, Fort Wayne, died April 10, 2004 at Saint Anne Home. She was born August 24, 1912 in Noble County to Carl C. and Bessie Opal (Fisher) Hoffman. On December 13, 1958 in Fort Wayne she married Earl Coulter. He preceded her in death. Surviving are 3 sisters, Donna Bohde of Fort Wayne, Eva Donley of Avilla and Garnet Stephens of Huntertown; and several nieces and nephews. Also preceding her in death were an infant daughter; 2 sisters, Gladys Gunder and Ruby Ward; and 2 brothers, Earlin and Raymond Hoffman. She was a self-employed cook and a member of First Baptist Church in Fort Wayne. Services at Berhalter-Hutchins Funeral Home, Kenallville. Burial, Eel River Cemetery. ~ 4-22-2004

Coulter Mary M, daughter of Martin and Elizabeth Schroeder, was born in Shelby County, Ohio, Feb. 17, 1848 and died at the home of her son, Lawrence, April 30, 1936, age 88 years, 2 months and 13 days. She married John Coulter in 1869. He died Dec. 14, 1889. They had 4 children of which 2 are surviving, Mrs. Florence Lancaster of Logansport and Lawrence of this city; and one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Kitt of Merriam. Funeral was Sunday at the M. E. Church, of which she was a member. Burial, Christian Chapel Cemetery. She had a large collection of old records and had her father and mother’s passports from Germany, the dates being 1834 and 1839. * 4-30-1936

Other Obituaries with Coulter:

Conrad Berland E, 73, 700 E Main St., Albion, died Monday (d. 5-30-1977) of a self-inflicted shotgun wound to the head. He was discovered about 2 p.m. in a ditch along CR 175 N just east of CR 75E by a deputy of the Noble County sheriff’s department. A neighbor in the area saw his abandoned car and called police. A suicide note and shotgun shells were found on the car seat. He was born Dec. 3, 1913 in Noble County to Howard and Mabel (Sheley) Conrad. He married Luella Danner in 1935 at Ligonier. He was an employee of the Noble County Highway Dept. Survivors include his wife; four daughters, Mrs. Elvia (Jenny) Rimmel, Albion, Mrs. Harold (Joan) Troyer, LaOtto, Mrs. Argile (Marilyn) Hamlin, Kendallville, Mrs. Ed (Carolyn) Stringfellow, Albion; two sons, Robert, Kendallville, and Jack, Albion; two sisters, Lucille Coulter, Ligonier, and Esther Coe, Albion; two brothers, Harold, Albion, and Everett, Ligonier; and 13 grandchildren. Funeral Thursday at Brazzell Funeral Home, Albion. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. + 5-?-1977

Conrad Everett I, 75, died Wednesday in his home at 6025 Ind. 8, Auburn. He was born Jan. 16, 1912 in Albion to Howard and Mabel Conrad. His wife, the former Marion Wallace, preceded him in death. Surviving are a daughter, Doris Sprague of Auburn; a brother, Harold of Albion; two sisters, Esther Poe of Kendallville, and Lucille Coulter of Butler; and one grandchild. He was preceded in death by one brother, Berland. He worked in maintenance at flour mill in Ligonier. Graveside services will be Saturday in Oak Park Cemetery. + 12-9-1987

C Obituaries:

Clouse Donald E, 55, died at his home on R. 4, Wednesday. He was born to John and Iva Clouse Nov. 30, 1920 in Albion. He married Nettie Coulter in Rupert, W. Va., June 14, 1943 and she survives. He was a lifelong Albion area resident, an Albion city employee, a veteran of WW II, and a member of the American Legion. Other survivors include his mother; two daughters, Mrs. Harold (Catherine) Hartman, R. 4, Albion, and Robin, at home; one son, Donald E., Kimmell; two sisters, Mrs. Edith Romine, Churubusco, and Mrs. Martha Leitch, Cromwell; 5 brothers, Russell, Goshen, Harry, Avilla, Bernard and James, Albion, and William, Auburn; and 3 grandchildren. Services were Friday in the Wesleyan Church, Albion. Burial, Rose Hill Cemetery. ~ 3-11-1976 + 3-?-1976

Ha Obituaries:

Harroff Juanita, 78, of 2000 S. 15th St., Goshen, died Saturday in Goshen Hospital. Born in Goshen on June 1, 1893 to Hiram and Nora (Coulter) Miltenberger, she moved to Goshen three years ago after living in Cromwell most of her life. She was an avid antique collector and operated an antique shop in her Cromwell home for many years. She married Wilbur Harroff on Sept. 16, 1914. He was a rural mail carrier and preceded her in death on Feb. 28, 1956. Survivors include one son, Walter, Elkhart; one daughter, Mrs. Elmer Phend of Goshen; six grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and one brother, Harry, Dowagiac, Mich. Services were Tuesday in Yoder-Culp Funeral Home in Goshen. Burial, Violett Cemetery, Goshen. + 2-19-1972

Ho Obituaries:

Hoffman Carl C, 82, R. 7, Columbia City, died Sunday at McCray Hospital. He was born in Noble County Sept. 14, 1887, the son of James and Mary (Blackston) Hoffman. Six daughters, two sons, 26 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren survive. The daughters are Mrs. Glen (Gladys) Gunder, Ligonier, Mrs. Earl (Mabel) Coulter, Mrs. Edward (Donna) Bohde, Mrs. Gerald (Garnet) Stephens, all of Fort Wayne, Mrs. Kenneth (Eva) Donley, Churubusco, and Mrs. Ruby Ward, Wichita, Kan. His sons are Raymond of Columbia City and Earlyn of Fort Wayne. A brother, Walter, St. Petersburg, Fla. survives. Four brothers and two sisters preceded him in death. Funeral will be Tuesday at Hite Funeral Home. Burial, Rose Hill Cemetery. + 6-?-1970

Hoffman Raymond G, 89, of Columbia City, died January 3, 2004 at Saint Anne Home in Fort Wayne. He was born August 19, 1914 in Noble County to Carl Curtis and Bessie (Fisher) Hoffman. On August 24, 1935 in Noble County he married Verda A. Fry. Surviving are his wife; 3 sons and daughters-in-law, Richard L. and Carol, Kenneth R. and Ruth, Robert G. and Marsha, a daughter and son-in-law, Patty and David Starkey, all of Columbia City; 4 sisters, Mable Coulter and Donna Bohde of Fort Wayne, Eva Donley of Avilla, and Garnet Stephens of Huntertown; 16 grandchildren; 39 great-grandchildren and 8 great-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Jerry in 1944; 2 sisters, Gladys Gunder and Ruby Ward; a brother, Earlin; a granddaughter, Debra Hoffman; and 2 great-grandchildren. He was a farmer and had lived near Collins since 1960. He was a member of Whitley County Farm Bureau. Services at Sheets & Childs Funeral Home in Churubusco. Burial, Christian Chapel Cemetery. ~ 1-29-2004

Re Obituaries

Reed Sally Ann, 42, of R. 2, Wolcottville, died Wednesday at her residence. Born in Muncie Nov. 4, 1945, she was the daughter of James B. and Ada (Cox) Hillman. On Aug. 22, 1965 in Muncie she married Martin "Doug" Reed. She moved from Muncie to this area in 1967 and was employed by Wolcott Mills School. Surviving are her husband; her parents; 3 daughters, Martinia "Tina", Teresa Joe "Terri", and Tia Louise, all at home; a son, Ty Golden at home; 2 sisters, Dora Coulter, Wolcottville, and Wilma Jean Flint, Ceiro; 3 brothers, Charles, Wolcottville, James, LaGrange, and Kip, Gatlinburg, Ky. Services Saturday at Hutchins Funeral Home, Wolcottville. Burial, Gardens of Memory, Muncie. + 1987

Obituaries S:

Strater Bessie Opal, 82, an area resident, R. 7, Columbia City, died in Whitley County Hospital Feb. 28. She was born in 1889 in Green Twp, the daughter of Moses and Ellen Moree Fisher. She married Carl Hoffman in 1909 and Carl Strater in 1936. He died in 1964. She was a member of Hopewell Presbyterian Church. She is survived by two sons, Raymond Hoffman of R. 7, Columbia City, and Earlyn Hoffman of Fort Wayne; four daughters, Mrs. Glen Gunder of Ligonier, Mrs. Earl Coulter of Huntertown, Mrs. Edward Bohde of Fort Wayne and Mrs. Ruby Watts of Wichita, Kan.; 22 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Maude Brumbaugh of Albion; and two brothers, William of Florida and Frank of Avilla. Services were at Sheets Funeral Home in Churubusco March 1. Burial, Lake View Cemetery. ~ 3-9-1972 + 2-28-1972

Martha Bushong's Noble County Obituaries

Coulter Caroline, wife of George Coulter of Whitley County and niece of Mrs. Richard Williams, died last week and was buried at Christian Chapel. Democrat 11-28-1883

Coulter James Mrs. died at her home near Round Lake in Smith Twp, Whitley County from kidney trouble, aged 54 years, 10 months and 23 days. She is survived by a husband; 2 sons; one brother, Alonzo Hyre; and one sister, Mrs. Jacob Kerch. Obsequies were at Merriam Christian Chapel Wednesday. Burial, Christian Chapel Cemetery. 6-3-1909

Zumbrun John H died at his home in Thorncreek Twp, Whitley County, last Friday from a complication of diseases, aged 56 years, 9 months and 23 days. He is survived by a wife and 12 children, Mrs. Cora Yoder at home, Mrs. Dora Smith of this county, Mrs. Nora Sullivan, Daniel and Edward Zumbrun of Thorncreek Twp, Mrs. Sarah Trowbridge of this county, Ms. Evan Coulter of Smith Twp, Henry, Victor and Wyland at home, Mrs. Roe Miller of Smith Twp, Mrs. Grace Sevits of Columbia City; 3 brothers, Levi and C. K. of this county, Daniel of Smith Twp; 4 sisters, Mrs. Frank Smith of this county, Mrs. Catherine Bowers of Thorncreek Twp, Mrs. Mary Brown of Smith Twp, and Mrs. Elizabeth Miller of Starke County, Indiana. He was a member of the German Baptist Church. Obsequies were at Thorncreek Twp German Baptist Church Sunday. Burial, Merriam Cemetery. Democrat 1-16-1908

Noble County 1930 Census Index

Coulter Margaret 26. 59b-47
Coulter William 46, Florence 39, Carl 20, Earl 18, Mary 11, Evan 7. 66b-79



Land Patents — Whitley County Indiana

COULTER, JOHN 32-N 10-E 07/20/1837 11763 IN3400__.164

Index to Estate Packets, 1838-2000, Whitley County, Indiana: "C" Surnames

COLTER/COULTER, Amanda ~ 873 ~ 1910-kcIndx
COULTER, Elizabeth ~ 876 ~ 1912-kcIndx
COULTER, Evan ~ 969 ~ 1912-kcIndx
COULTER, John J ~ No Number ~ before 1900
COULTER, Maggie E ~ 1409 ~ 1920-kcIndx
COULTER/COLTER, Amanda ~ 873 ~ 1910-kcIndx

Index to Transcribed Death Records, 1882-1930, Whitley County, Indiana, "C" Surnames

Coulter, Amanda ~ 30 May 1909 (P-2:61 ~ 2-A:17)
Coulter, Evan ~ 17 Mar 1911 (P-2:61 ~ 2-A:42)
Coulter, Evan ~ 17 Mar 1911 (P-2:61 ~ Busco 1:11)
Coulter, George W ~ 13 Jul 1917 (P-2:61 ~ 2-B:31)
Coulter, John ~ 17 Dec 1889 (P-1:23 ~ 1-A:90)
Coulter, Margaret ~ 30 Oct 1918 (P-2:61 ~ Busco 1:19)
Coulter , Jno ~ 17 Dec 1889 (WW:46 ~ Not Provided)

1889 Plat Map Index & Images, Whitley County, Indiana, "C" Surnames

Coulter, Amanda - - Section 7 - - Smith T32N R10E (100 acres)
Coulter, Evan - - Section 6 - - Smith T32N R10E (80 acres)
Coulter, J. J. - - Section 6 - - Smith T32N R10E (80 acres)
Coulter, M. - - Section 6 - - Smith T32N R10E (62.28 acres)
Coulter, Wm. Dec. - - Section 6 - - Smith T32N R10E (139.5 acres)

Whitley County Marriages 1860 - 1884 by Nellie Riley Raber.
James Coulter (groom) and Amanda Hyre (bride) married June 19, 1873 by Elder Peter Winebrenner.

Whitley County Indiana Marriages 1838-1910, BRIDES "C" COULTER, Florence E to Harry F LANCASTER on June 19, 1895 - Book 5:339
COULTER, Margaret to Tobias ABURN on March 28, 1878 - Book 3:108
COULTER, Miriam to David M PENCE on December 31, 1885 - Book 4:133

Whitley County Indiana Marriages 1838-1910, GROOMS "C"

COULTER, Ernest to Pearl A WINDLE on November 16, 1901 - Book 6:273
COULTER, Evan to Sabie ZUMBRUM on March 6, 1900 - Book 6:118
COULTER, Francis M to Arminda STAHL on June 22, 1893 - Book 5:199
COULTER, James to Amanda HYRE on June 19, 1873 - Book 2:285
COULTER, Lawrence O to Ollie J MCLAIN on March 11, 1908 - Book 7:334
COULTER, William A to Florence WINDLE on November 7, 1908 - Book 7:376

WINDLE, Florence to William A COULTER on November 7, 1908 - Book 7:376
WINDLE, Pearl A to Ernest COULTER on November 16, 1901 - Book 6:273

Whitley County, Indiana, Index to Digest of Obituaries 1856-1910, "C" Surnames

COULTER, John T ~ CCC ~ 18 Dec 1889
COULTER, John T ~ CCP ~ 18 Dec 1889
COULTER, Mrs Elizabeth Jenkins ~ CCP ~ 9 Mar 1909

Whitley County, Indiana, Index to Guardianships 1844-1925, "C" Surnames

COULTER, Amanda ~ 1913 ~ 0522
COULTER, Evan ~ 1918 ~ 0606
COULTER, John ~ 1904 ~ 0225

Raber's Whitley County Wills Book 2 Will Book 2 Page 219. William Coulter of Whitley County, Indiana.
To wife, Elizabeth. To daughters: Margaret Ann, Miriam. To son,
Franklin Coulter. Signed 27 October 1874.
William Coulter (SEAL)
Witnesses: Alpheus B. Gaff, Wm. Aburn.
Sworn to and subscribed on 19 Feb 1877 before James Reider, Clerk.

Partial List of Whitley County Servicemen

Coulter, Ceral A 1 exempted-2 children, from Columbia City
Coulter, LeRoy W UN-HL Jul 8 1930 Mar 15 2005 obit
Coulter, Michael Kent Dec 20 1948 Mar 22 2002 SP4 US Army, married Linda Feb 8 1969


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