The Simison Family of Kosciusko Co Indiana

Descendants of John Simison
of Cumberland County Pennsylvania

Notes





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SIMISON
    John and Andrew Simison came from Scotland to Cumberland
County Pennsylvania, about 1755.  Andrew Simison had a warrant
for a survey of 50 acres of land March 12, 1755 in Cumberland 
County,  This is probably the land now located in Tyrone Township,
Perry County.  Andrew Simison must have died about 1778,
as his widow is taxed at a later date.
    John Simison (name also spelled Simpson) was taxed in
Tyrone Township, Perry County, formerly Cumberland County.
    It is probably that Andrew Simison saw service in the War of
the Revolution but we cannot identify his service.  There is an
application for a pension of Sarah Hale, wife of Samuel Hale,
formerly the wife of Andrew Simison, who served as an Ensign in the
Westmoreland County Militia.  It is probably this was a younger man 
than the man who settled in Cumberland County in 1755.



John Simison born 1724 Scotland or Ireland d 1796
             buried Centre Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Loysville, Perry County, PA
             John served as a 2nd Lieutenant PA during the American Revolution
             married Catharine Elder of Chester County, PA, b. ca. 1731, d 1828

             Ten Children:
             1.  Margaret Simison (died young)
             2.  Mary Simison
             3.  John Simison 
             4.  Isabel Simison
             5.  Andrew Simison
             6.  Jane Simison (died young)
             7.  Rebecca Simison
             8.  Catherine Simison
             9.  Robert Simison
            10,  Samuel Simison

Ann Simison married --- ??? ---
          
          The Elder Ancestors of the Simison family.
          Researcher: Roy Wallace Simison

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The John Simison Family

After the death of their mother, The father of John, Andrew and Ann Simison, emigrated with his children from County Donegal, Ireland, to America, settling in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, where his children grew to mature years and where he afterwards died.

John Simison, one of the children mentioned above, reached manhood during the troublous years of the French and Indian war, and was enlisted as a soldier in the Colonial army and was with General Braddock's expedition against Fort du Quesne in May, 1755, when the brave general was mortally wounded.

The life of John Simison seems to have been checquered with adventure and narrow escapes. In his young years eastern Pennsylvania was a new and unsettled country infested with Indians and wild animals. On this account the settlers were compelled to live close together and surrounded their homes with stockades, and when outside these primitive fortifications at work in the clearings, were compelled to go armed and keep vigilant lookout for unfriendly Indians. On one occasion while John and eleven of his neighbors were at work in the harvest field, they were suddenly attacked by Indians and all killed but five, of whom he was one of the survivors. On another occasion while John was guarding the women while engaged in milking the cows, outside of the stockade, they were surprised by the Indians and before the women could be gotten into the fort one of them was killed.

The wild animals were almost as great an enemy to the settlers as the Indians. The hogs and sheep and calves and poultry of the pioneers were frequently killed and carried off by wolves and panthers that found shelter in the mountains. John Simison had a few sheep which he was in the habit of fastening at night in an old log house. This building like all dwelling houses in those days, had a large fire place in one end and a chimney outside extending only a few inches above the roof. One night after having housed his little flock and secured the door, a hungry wolf made up his mind to have one of these sheep, but the door was barred against him there was no other entrance except through the chimney. It was an easy matter for the wolf to jump on the roof and gain entrance to the sheep through the chimney but while it was easy enough for the wolf to descend the chimney it was impossible for him to ascend it, and as there was no other way for him to get out, after getting in , the wolf found himself an involuntary and helpless prisoner. in it's fright however, the wolf did not molest the sheep. in the morning a glance through a crack between the logs revealed to John the situation, and with his rifle it was an easy matter to dispatch the intruder.

On account of the war and the Indian degradations, John Simison was compelled to leave his farm in Cumberland County and remain away for a number of years--at one time for five and another for two years. Sometime during these absent years he married Catherine Elder, of Chester county, Pennsylvania. Here he lived while away from his farm in Cumberland county and became a father of ten children, fur sons and six daughters. The names of these children were: Margaret, Mary, John, Isabel, Andrew, Jane, Rebecca, Katherine, Robert and Samuel. Margaret and Jane died young. Mary married John Foster, January 1,1799 and moved with her husband to Alleghany county, now Crawford county, Pennsylvania, and settled on a farm near Conneatville, where she spent her life and died of old age

John Simison , Jr. married Elizabeth Fisher, and both afterward died in Ohio. Isabel married Wm. Enslow and both lived and died in Cumberland county., Pennsylvania. Rebecca married Samuel McNamara, of Crawford county, Pennsylvania, but soon left her husband and never again married. Her remains are buried in the old meeting house Hill burying ground near Conneatville. Catherine married Thomas Foster, a nephew of John Foster, and both lived and died near Conneatville. Robert married a Miss Carr, of Cumberland county, and after wards died in Indiana. Andrew married and died in southern Ohio. Samuel married Elenor Love, of Huntington county, Pennsylvania, and moved to Portage county, Ohio where he died 1828. His mother died the same week, aged 97 years.

John Simison, the elder, at one time in his young days, in company of others, were engaged in the rescue of Stephen Stump and his hired man, who had been arrested and confined in the county jail at Carlisle for killing Indians. The Indians had murdered the wife and child of Mr. Stump and in retaliation he and his hired hand killed them--six in number--the same ones that had murdered Mrs. Stump and her child; at least they were the same that had been seen leaving the Stump residence soon after the murder.

Another story characteristic of the man, is told by Andrew Simison. Before the revolutionary war, he and his brother, John, were engaged in trading with the Indians near Pittsburgh, then called Fort Pitt. Their trade was mostly in furs. While in this business Andrew was taken with a severe attack of rheumatism. In order to get relief he consulted an Indian doctor. A steam bath was prescribed. In order to administer this treatment the doctor heated a number of stones and placed them in water under his patient. After giving him a thorough steaming the patient was thrown into a river . The water so chilled Andrew that he came near dying. He was so crippled and drawn up from this treatment that his brother John, and other friends , had to carry him in a stretcher several hundred miles to his home east of the mountains. But he finally recovered , and was afterwards drafted as a soldier in the Revolutionary war, and died of rheumatism in the army in 1777.



John Simison , Jr. married Elizabeth Fisher, and both afterward died in Ohio. Isabel married Wm. Enslow and both lived and died in Cumberland county., Pennsylvania. Rebecca married Samuel McNamara, of Crawford county, Pennsylvania, but soon left her husband and never again married. Her remains are buried in the old meeting house Hill burying ground near Conneatville. Catherine married Thomas Foster , a nephew of John Foster, and both lived and died near Conneatville. Robert married a Miss Carr, of Cumberland county, and afterwards died in Indiana. Andrew married and died in southern Ohio. Samuel married Elenor Love, of Huntington county, Pennsylvania, and moved to Portage county, Ohio where he died 1828. His mother died the same week, aged 97 years.

John Simison, the elder, at one time in his young days, in company of others, were engaged in the rescue of Stephen Stump and his hired man, who had been arrested and confined in the county jail at Carlisle for killing Indians. The Indians had murdered the wife and child of Mr. Stump and in retaliation he and his hired hand killed them--six in number--the same ones that had murdered Mrs. Stump and her child; at least they were the same that had been seen leaving the Stump residence soon after the murder.

Another story characteristic of the man, is told by Andrew Simison. Before the revolutionary war, he and his brother, John, were engaged in trading with the Indians near Pittsburgh, then called Fort Pitt. Their trade was mostly in furs. While in this business Andrew was taken with a severe attack of rheumatism. In order to get relief he consulted an Indian doctor. A steam bath was prescribed. In order to administer this treatment the doctor heated a number of stones and placed them in water under his patient. After giving him a thorough steaming the patient was thrown into a river . The water so chilled Andrew that he came near dying. He was so crippled and drawn up from this treatment that his brother John, and other friends , had to carry him in a stretcher several hundred miles to his home east of the mountains. But he finally recovered , and was afterwards drafted as a soldier in the Revolutionary war, and died of rheumatism in the army in1777 There is an addition and correction in Crawford County Genealogy volume 12 #1 on page 56-57 that refers to Volume 10 # 2 page 71 Josephine A . (Mrs. H. H.) Spencer, Holly, Mich.. Mrs Spencer is also a descendant of John Simison, and kindly sent a copy of a clipping from the Harrisburg, Pa. Sunday Patriot -News, of Aug . 29, 1982. Mrs. Spencer and a cousin, Dorothy (Simison) Mastrodonato, were instrumental in placing a marker on the grave of 2nd Lt. John Simison, b. in Scotland in 1724, d. 1796, bur. Centre Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Loysville, Perry Co. , Pa. He was a veteran of the French & Indian War, as well as of the Revolution. George Foster compiled the Foster-Simison Family genealogy reprinted on p. 79, and was a brother of Mrs. Spencer's great-great-great-grandmother.

Roy Wallace Simison




There are several variations on the history of the Simison family in the Crawford County Genealogy volume 10 #2 published biannually by Crawford County Genealogy Society in Meadville PA on page 75-76 gives this account.
A Brief Record of the Foster-Simison Families, 1889

The Simison Family

The father of John, Andrew and Ann Simison, after the death of their mother, emigrated with his children from County Donegal, Ireland, to America, settling in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, where his children grew to mature years and where he afterwards died.

John Simison, one of the children mentioned above, reached manhood during the troublous years of the French and Indian war, and was enlisted as a soldier in the colonial army and was with General Braddock's expedition against Fort du Quesne in May, 1755, when the brave general was mortally wounded.

The life of John Simison seems to have been checquered with adventure and narrow escapes. In his young years eastern Pennsylvania was a new and unsettled country infested with Indians and wild animals. On this account the settlers were compelled to live close together and surrounded their homes with stockades, and when outside these primitive fortifications at work in the clearings, were compelled to go armed and keep vigilant lookout for unfriendly Indians. On one occasion while John and eleven of his neighbors were at work in the harvest field, they were suddenly attacked by Indians and all killed but five, of whom he was one of the survivors. On another occasion while John was guarding the women while engaged in milking the cows, outside of the stockade, they were surprised by the Indians and before the women could be gotten into the fort one of them was killed.

The wild animals were almost as great an enemy to the settlers as the Indians. The hogs and sheep and calves and poultry of the pioneers were frequently killed and carried off by wolves and panthers that found shelter in the mountains. John Simison had a few sheep which he was in the habit of fastening at night in an old log house. This building like all dwelling houses in those days, had a large fire place in one end and a chimney outside extending only a few inches above the roof. One night after having housed his little flock and secured the door, a hungry wolf made up his mind to have one of these sheep, but the door was barred against him there was no other entrance except through the chimney. It was an easy matter for the wolf to jump on the roof and gain entrance to the sheep through the chimney but while it was easy enough for the wolf to descend the chimney it was impossible for him to ascend it, and as there was no other way for him to get out, after getting in , the wolf found himself an involuntary and helpless prisoner. in it's fright however, the wolf did not molest the sheep. in the morning a glance through a crack between the logs revealed to John the situation, and with his rifle it was an easy matter to dispatch the intruder.

On account of the war and the Indian degradations , John Simison was compelled to leave his farm in Cumberland County and remain away for a number of years--at one time for five and another for two years. Sometime during these absent years he married Catherine Elder, of Chester county, Pennsylvania. Here he lived while away from his farm in Cumberland county and became a father of ten children, four sons and six daughters. The names of these children were: Margaret, Mary, John, Isabel, Andrew, Jane, Rebecca, Katherine, Robert and Samuel. Margaret and Jane died young. Mary married John Foster, January 1, 1799 and moved with her husband to Alleghany county, now Crawford county, Pennsylvania, and settled on a farm near Conneatville, where she spent her life and died of old age.




Marriages and Vital Records of Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio (1820-1868)
Compiled by Catherine Lutes Gowdy from the Diaries and Marriage Register of
The Reverend Robert Dilworth of Beaver Co PA.
page 13 Aug 8 1830

Heard that old Mr Simison. A brother in law to the widow Simison 
died in her house on Thursday night last Aug 5th.
(I think this would be Samuel Simison, Andrew's son dying in 
his brothers widow Catherine Simison's house his brother being 
Robert Simison of Columbiana Co Ohio could be wrong).  
                 
Page 17 Feb 18 1833                 

Heard that Samuel Simison was married last week to a girl in Mercer Co named Piper. 
(This would be Robert's son Samuel S. Simison). 

Page 21 Oct 10 1834                 

Mrs Wylie, formerly Harriet Simison called a short while being 
on her way to see her mother.

Page 26 Apr 21 1837                 

Mrs Wylie, formerly Harriet Simison, and 
Scinthia Ann Simison called. 

Page 45 May 25 1847                 

(at Pleasant Valley) Betsy Simison applied for church privileges 
and was admitted. 

Page 49 Feb 1st 1849                

Richard Dildine called to give me notice that old Mrs Simison 
died last evening about  9 o'clock and will be buried tomorrow. 

Feb 2nd 1849                
        
Attended funeral of Mrs Simison. 
(This would be Robert Simison's wife Catherine). 

Page 81 Thursday Dec 13 1827        

Solemnized the marriage between Isaac Early and 
Mary Simison both of Columbiana Co. Ohio. 

Page 82 Wednesday June 1st 1831     

Solemnized the marriage between David Wylie of Washington Co. PA and 
Harriet B. Simison of Columbiana Co Ohio. 

Page 87 Tuesday  March 7 1848       S

Solemnized the marriage between John March and 
Scinthia Anne Simison both of Columbiana Co Ohio. 

Page 90 Thursday December 14th 1854 

Solemnized the marriage between Robert Leonard of Hancock Co Ohio and 
Elisabeth Simison of Columbiana Co Ohio.

     Roy Wallace Simison
        



The Mary Simison and John Foster Family


Mary Simison daughter of John and Catherine (Elder) Simison
              born ca. 1767, 
              died Oct. 8, 1843, bur. Foster Cemetery
              married Jan. 1, 1799, 
John Foster,  son of  George & Mary (Martin) Foster




Descendants of John Simison, Jr.

                    Researcher & Contributor of this family is  Roy Wallace Simison

John Simison Jr son of John and Catherine (Elder) Simison born 1768 Cumberland County, Pennsylvania died 30 Sep 1820 Fort Recovery, Ohio buried 1 Jan 1821 The Old Pioneers Cemetery, Fort Recovery, Ohio Enlisted 27 Jul 1813 Captain Joel Collins 19th. U.S.I. discharged 23 Aug 1814 Fort Covington, Canada married c 1786 Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Elizabeth Fisher born died Sep 1820 Fort Recovery Ohio bur Old Pioneers Cemetery Ohio 8 Children: Mary Simison Samuel Simison Eliza Simison John Simison Catharine Simison Robert Simison Sarah Simison Irwin Simison



Mary Jane Simison daughter of John and Elizabeth (Fisher) Simison
born 16 Mar 1796 Shermans Valley, Pennsylvania 
died 18 Jul 1869 Adams Co Indiana
married 15 Feb 1821 Darke County, Ohio to 
Peter Studebaker s/o Abraham & Mary Magdalena (Whitehead) Studebaker)
born 15 Oct 1790 Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania
died 15 Jun 1840 Adams County, Indiana


Samuel Simison son of John and Elizabeth (Fisher) Simison
born 1801 Bourbon County, Kentucky, 
died 15 Mar 1865 Adams County, Indiana
buried Mar 1865 p Stiner Greenwood Cemetery, Linn Grove, Indiana
married Barbara Binkerd 5 Apr 1827 Darke County, Ohio, by JP. d 2 Feb 1892 Sedgwick County, Kansas
Barbara Binkerd daughter of James Binkerd 1780-1840 & Elizabeth (Studebaker) Binkerd 1788-1857 
born 6 Oct 1806 in Montgomery County, Ohio
died 2 February 1892 in Sedgwick County, Kansatery Townshim Townshipownshipwp., Sedgwick County, Kansas. 8 children.
    1.  Nathan Simison born 4 Mar 1828 Ohio 
    2.  James Simison born 24 May 1830 Ohio  
    3.  Elizabeth Simison born 4 Jul 1832 Ohio
    4.  John Henry Simison born 6 Sep 1834 Fort Recovery Ohio
    5.  Robert Simison born 28 May 1837 Ohio
    6.  Irwin D Simison born 6 Jun 1841 Ohio  
    7.  Mary Jane Simison born 23 Aug 1843 Indiana
    8.  Jacob Simison born 3 Jul 1847 Indiana


Eliza Simison daughter of John and Elizabeth (Fisher) Simison 
born 28 Mar 1804 Bourbon County, Kentucky
died 18 Sep 1871 Wells County, Indiana
marr  5 Jun 1827 Darke County, Ohio
Adam Miller son of  Abraham & Christena (Studebaker) Miller) 
born  1 May 1799 Adams (Scioto) County, Ohio 
died 16 Dec 1865 Wells County, Indiana


John Simison son of John and Elizabeth (Fisher) Simison
born 1806 Warren County, Ohio
died 1863 Redfield, Dallas County, Iowa
1st marriage  18 Dec 1824 Darke County, Ohio to
Rachael Price 
2nd marriage  25 Feb 1848 Mercer County, Ohio
Mary Johnston 


Catharine Simison daughter of John and Elizabeth (Fisher) Simison 
born 1808 Warren County, Ohio
m 22 Jul 1821 Warren County, Ohio to 
Michael Foreman 


Robert Simison son of John and Elizabeth (Fisher) Simison
See 1887 biography
born 7 Nov 1811 Warren County, Ohio 
died 18 Mar 1910 Bluffton, Well County, Indiana
marr 17 Nov 1836 Wells County, Indiana
Rebecca Davis daughter of George and Margaret (Scott) Davis
born 24 June 1818 Green County, Ohio
died 11 Mar 1903 
    1.  George Simison
    2.  John Simison
    3.  Margaret Simison
    4.  Mary Simison (deceased by 1887)
    5.  Sarah A. Simison (deceased by 1887)
    6.  Samuel Simison
    7.  Eliza A. Simison (deceased by 1887)
    8.  Catherine Simison 


Sarah Simison daughter of John and Elizabeth (Fisher) Simison
born 1813 Mercer County, Ohio
married 
Ruel Risley 1 Jan 1826 Darke County, Ohio


Irwin D. Simison son of John and Elizabeth (Fisher) Simison
born 1816 Mercer County, Ohio
died 1886 Cedar Rapids, Iowa
marr 1839 to
Mary Jane Vance
died 10 Aug 1851 Cedar Rapids Iowa
         
    Researcher: Roy Wallace Simison



        
Nathan Simison son of Samuel Simison and Barbara Binkerd
born 4 Mar 1828 Ohio
died May 1878 Indiana
enlisted 29 Feb 1864 71 Regiment Ohio V.I. Dayton, Ohio 
discharged 30 Nov 1865 San Antonio, TX
married 11 Aug 1858 Montgomery County, Ohio to
Lydia Ann Manning 
3 Children:
    1.  Francis B. Simison born 18 Jul 1864
    2.  Clara Agnes Simison born 19 Jan 1867
    3.  Levi A. Simison born 15 Jul 1878
    

James Simison son of Samuel Simison and Barbara Binkerd
born 24 May 1830 Ohio
married 5 Apr 1854  Adams County, Indiana to
Phoebe Lyon 


Elizabeth Simison daughter of Samuel Simison and Barbara Binkerd
born  4 Jul 1832, Arlington, Montgomery Co., OH. 
died 21 Aug 1896. buried in Oakland Cemetery Darke County Ohio.
married on 24 Dec 1854 to
John Farrington Hollinger
born 11 Apr 1828 in Lancaster Co. Pennsylvania.
died 28 Nov 1889 in Adam Twp. Darke County Ohio
John Farrington Hollinger was previously marred to Mary Ann Bromagin on 27 Feb 1851.
Child of John & Mary Ann (Bromagin) Hollinger was
     William Hollinger born 10 Feb 1852 died 08 Sep 1852.
Children of John & Elizabeth (Simison) Hollinger:
     1.  George Hollinger                born 13 Dec 1855 
     2.  Mary Ellen Hollinger            born 30 May 1857 
     3.  Isaac W. Hollinger              born 28 Jun 1859 
     4.  Hiram Hollinger                 born 08 Oct 1861 
     5.  Jacob Francis 'Frank' Hollinger born 18 Jan 1864 
     6.  Mary Jane Hollinger             born 28 May 1867 
     7.  Ira Hollinger                   born 16 Feb 1871 
     8.  Lucy Addes Hollinger            born 27 Apr 1874 
     Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331

John Henry Simison son of Samuel Simison and Barbara Binkerd born 6 Sep 1834 Fort Recovery Ohio Enlisted Corp 18 Jan 1865 Co. F 151st Indiana Infantry Volunteers Discharged 19 Sep 1865 Nashville, Tennessee Died 21 Jan 1931 Wichita, Kansas Buried 29 Jan 1931 Highland Cemetery, Wichita, Kansas Married 10 Nov 1859 Carroll County, Indiana to Lydia Jane Ewing born 18 Jan 1842 PA daughter of Isaac & Elizabeth (Dunking) Ewing died 4 Jan 1917 bur Highland Cemetery, Wichita, Kansas 10 Children: 1. Auspice Carey Simison born 3 Sep 1860 Burlington Carroll County, Indiana 2. Alice Estella Simison born 2 Jun 1862 Carroll County, Indiana 3. Minnie Annette Simison born 17 Aug 1864 Logansport Indiana 4. Winnie Effie Simison born 7 Oct 1866 Burlington, Indiana 5. Vida Adella Simison born 14 Oct 1870 Logansport, Indiana 6. Lulu Viola Simison born Oct 1872 Logansport, Indiana 7. Daisy Simison born 7 Mar 1873 Logansport, Indiana 8. Elizabeth May Simison born 14 Jul 1875 Logansport, Indiana 9. Leroy Eleston Simison born 5 Jul 1877 Sharon, Indiana 10. William Dudley Simison born 16 May 1886 Wichita, Kansas Robert Simison son of Samuel Simison and Barbara Binkerd born 28 May 1837 Ohio Irwin D. Simison son of Samuel Simison and Barbara Binkerd born 6 Jun 1841 Ohio died 13 Sep 1863 killed in the Battle of Chickawmunga, Tennessee Mary Jane Simison daughter of Samuel Simison and Barbara Binkerd born 23 Aug 1843 Indiana died 3 Nov 1916 married Walter P. Dunkle Jacob Simison son of Samuel Simison and Barbara Binkerd born 3 Jul 1847 Indiana died 1936 Jacob Simison 1888: "Out of a family of six boys, five of us answered the call of President Lincoln Three returned safe and sound but two fell in service, sacrificing their lives for their country. One fell at Fort Pillow and the other at Pittsburg Landing." Researcher: Roy Wallace Simison


        


 George Hollinger son of John & Elizabeth (Simison) Hollinger
 born on 13 Dec 1855 in Adams Twp, Darke Co, Ohio
 died 05 Jan 1856 in Adams Twp, Darke Co, Oh.
        Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331


 Mary Ellen 'Moll' Hollinger daughter of John & Elizabeth (Simison) Hollinger
 born 30 May 1857 in Adams Twp, Darke Co, Ohio
 died 01 Jan 1944 in Adams Twp, Darke Co, Ohio
 married 02 Dec 1880 to
 Levi B. Fisher 
 born on 06 Jun 1856 in Pennsylvania
 died on 09 Feb 1940 in Darke County, Ohio. 
     1.  Olive G. Fisher 
     2.  Ott Fisher Fisher 
     3.  Oran John Fisher Sr 
        Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331

 Isaac W. Hollinger son of John & Elizabeth (Simison) Hollinger
 born 28 Jun 1859 in Adams Twp, Darke Co, Ohop
 died 25 Jan 1955 in Gettysburg, Darke Co, Ohio
 married 08 Apr 1880 to
 Sarah (Sadie) Koon 
 born on 15 Aug 1859 in Covington, Miami, Ohio
 died on 17 Jan 1926 in Horatio, Darke Co., Ohio.
      1.  Rosa May Hollinger
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 Hiram Hollinger son of John & Elizabeth (Simison) Hollinger
 born 08 Oct 1861 in Adams Twp Darke Co Ohio
 died 06 Sep 1947 in Gettysburg, Darke Co, Ohio
 married 09 May 1882 in Covington, Miami Co., Ohio  
 Alice Jane Ingle daughter of Abraham Ingle and Catherine Kindle
 born 15 Mar 1864 in Covington, Miami Co., Ohio
 died 24 Mar 1932 in Gettysburg, Darke Co., Ohio
       1.  Grace Blanche Hollinger
       2.  Minnie E Hollinger 
       3.  Elsie Mae Hollinger 
       4.  Walter Hollinger 
       Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331
       

 Jacob Francis 'Frank' Hollinger son of John & Elizabeth (Simison) Hollinger
 born 18 Jan 1864 in Adams Twp Darke Co Ohio
 died 15 Aug 1958 in Greenville, Darke Co, Ohio
 married 15 Jan 1891 in Darke Co, Ohio to
 Viola Clay daughter of William Henry Clay and Sophia Himes
 born on 26 Nov 1870 in Greenville twp, Darke Co, Ohio
 died on 05 Mar 1944 in Greenville, Darke Co, Ohio
Children:
     1.  Brutus Elvador Hollinger 
     2.  Bonnie Clay Hollinger 
     3.  Elizabeth Fern Hollinger 
     4.  Glenn I. Hollinger 
     5.  Mary Ellen Hollinger 
     6.  Ermel Rebecca Hollinger
     7.  Irene Sophia Hollinger
     8.  Lois Hollinger 
     9.  Iris Juanita Hollinger 
    10.  Mable Mildred Hollinger 
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 Mary Jane Hollinger daughter of John & Elizabeth (Simison) Hollinger
 born 28 May 1867 in Adams Twp Darke Co Ohio 
 died 30 Jan 1912 in Indianapolis, Indiana
 married on 25 Feb 1888 to
 James Lincoln McKee 
        Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331


 Ira Hollinger son of John & Elizabeth (Simison) Hollinger
 born 16 Feb 1871 in Adams Twp Darke Co Ohio
 died 11 Feb 1939 in Darke County Ohio 
 married  18 Aug 1893 to
 Caroline Rehmert
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 Lucy Addes Hollinger daughter of John & Elizabeth (Simison) Hollinger
 born 27 Apr 1874 in Adams Twp., Darke County, Ohio
 died 13 Aug 1874 in Adams Twp., Darke County, Ohio
        Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331
   

 Austice Carey Simison son of John Henry & Lydia Jane (Ewing) Simison
 born 3 Sep 1860 Burlington Carroll County, Indiana
 married 10 Jan 1897 Sedgwick County, Kansas 
 Mary Maye  born Feb 1862 Indiana
  
 
 Alice Estella Simison daughter of John Henry & Lydia Jane (Ewing) Simison
 born 2 Jun 1862 Carroll County, Indiana
 died 6 Jun 1864 Logansport Indiana
  
 
 Minnie Annetta Simison daughter of John Henry & Lydia Jane (Ewing) Simison
 born 17 Aug 1864 Logansport Indiana
 died 4 Mar 1947 Sedgwick County, Kansas
 married 15 May 1888 Taylor Sedgwick County, Kansas to
 Hilem Bennet 
  

 Winnie Effie Simison daughter of John Henry & Lydia Jane (Ewing) Simison
 born 7 Oct 1866 Burlington, Indiana
 died 22 Feb 1952 Sedgwick County, Kansas buried Highland Cemetery Wichita, Kansas
  
 
 Vida Adella Simison daughter of John Henry & Lydia Jane (Ewing) Simison
 born 14 Oct 1870 Logansport, Indiana
 married 2 Sep 1896 Sedgwick County, Kansas
 Charles G. Edwards 
  
               
 Lulu Viola Simison daughter of John Henry & Lydia Jane (Ewing) Simison
 born Oct 1872 Logansport, Indiana 
 died 5 Oct 1954 Sedgwick County, Kansas
  
 
 Daisy Simison daughter of John Henry & Lydia Jane (Ewing) Simison
 born 7 Mar 1873 
 died Jul 1873 Logansport, Indiana
  
 
 Elizabeth May Simison daughter of John Henry & Lydia Jane (Ewing) Simison
 born 14 Jul 1875 Logansport, Indiana 
 died Feb 1954 Sedgwick County, Kansas 
 buried 20 Feb 1954 Highland Cemetery Wichita, Kansas
 married 7 Apr 1909 Sedgwick County, Kansas
 Walter D. Wildman 
   
              
 Leroy Eleston Simison son of John Henry & Lydia Jane (Ewing) Simison 
 born 5 Jul 1877 Sharon, Indiana 
 died Sep 20 1969 Burbank, CA
 buried Sep 1969 Valhalla Cemetery, Burbank, CA
 married 25 Dec 1897 Sedgwick County, Kansas 
 Amy Jane Salisbury 
 born 18 Mar 1879 Waynetown, Indiana
 died 18 Apr 1951 Glendale, CA buried Valhalla Cemetery Burbank, CA
 1.  Ralph Leroy Simison born 20 Mar 1906 Kansas City, MO 
 2.  Clarence Simison born 16 Nov 1910 Kansas City, Missouri
 3.  Opal Juanita Simison born 27 Nov 1912 Kansas City, MO 
  
 
 William Dudley Simison son of John Henry & Lydia Jane (Ewing) Simison
 born 16 May 1886 Wichita, Kansas
 died 29 Mar 1975     buried in Block 3 lot 322 grave 7
 buried 2 April 1975  Highland Cemetery Wichita Sedgwick Co Kansas        
        
Researcher: Roy Wallace Simison


         

 Olive G. Fisher daughter of Levi B. & Mary Ellen (Hollinger) Fisher
  was born on 21 Aug 1883 in Darke County, Ohio. She died on 10 Jul 1972 in Darke County, Ohio.
       Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331

Ott Fisher Fisher son of Levi B. & Mary Ellen (Hollinger) Fisher born on 30 Jun 1889 in Wayne Hospital Greenville, Darke Co. Ohio died on 30 Jun 1927 in Darke County, Ohio. Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331
Oran John Fisher (Sr.) son of Levi B. & Mary Ellen (Hollinger) Fisher born on 19 Mar 1891 in Darke County, Ohio. died on 01 Mar 1945 in Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331
Rosa May Hollinger daughter of Isaac W. & Sarah (Koon) Hollinger born on 02 May 1885 in Darke County, Ohio. died on 03 Mar 1946 in Greenville Darke Co. Ohio married on 25 Dec 1909. Charles Edward Martin Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331 Grace Blanche Hollinger daughter of Hiram and Alice Jane (Ingle) Hollinger born 19 Jul 1884 in Gettysburg, Darke Co, Ohio' died 16 Jun 1977 in Miami Co. Oh. married 03 Jun 1905 in Ohio to Edwin Melvin Reck Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331 Minnie E Hollinger daughter of Hiram and Alice Jane (Ingle) Hollinger born 22 Oct 1886 in Stelvideo, Darke Co, Ohio died 29 Jan 1893. Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331 Elsie Mae Hollinger daughter of Hiram and Alice Jane (Ingle) Hollinger born 14 Oct 1889 in Adams, Darke Co, Ohio died 25 Dec. Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331 Walter Hollinger son of Hiram and Alice Jane (Ingle) Hollinger born 24 Jul 1897 in Darke County, Ohio died 07 Oct 1966 in Greenville, Darke Co, Ohio Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331 Brutus Elvador Hollinger son of Frank & Viola (Clay) Hollinger born 03 Mar 1891 in Adams twp,Darke County, Ohio died 28 Nov 1967 in Union City, Randolph Co, IN. married 14 Jan 1914. He Sarah Belle Gullet Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331 Bonnie Clay Hollinger daughter of Frank & Viola (Clay) Hollinger born 21 Apr 1893 in Adams Twp Darke Co Oh. married 20 Oct 1987 in Greenville, Darke Co, Oh. married Frank Welch 26 Aug 1911. She d Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331 Elizabeth Fern Hollinger daughter of Frank & Viola (Clay) Hollinger born 12 Aug 1895 North Star, Darke Co, Ohio Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331 Glenn I. Hollinger son of Frank & Viola (Clay) Hollinger born 15 May 1897 in Adams Twp. Darke Co., Ohio died 16 Apr 1961 in Adams Twp. Darke Co., Ohio Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331 Mary Ellen Hollinger daughter of Frank & Viola (Clay) Hollinger born 21 Jun 1899 in Darke Co,., Ohio died in Feb 1987 in Tempe, Maricopa, Arizona married 17 Mar 1917 in Union City, Randolph Co. Indiana Frederick Leslie Gullet Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331 Ermel Rebecca Hollinger daughter of Frank & Viola (Clay) Hollinger born 06 Mar 1901 in Union City, Randolph CO, Indiana died 23 Oct 1994 in Greenville Darke Co. Ohio. married in Nov 1934 Carman W. Jefferis Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331 Irene Sophia Hollinger daughter of Frank & Viola (Clay) Hollinger born 03 Jan 1903 in Union City, Randolph CO, Indiana died 17 Jan 1972 in Greenville, Darke Co, Oh. Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331 Lois Hollinger daughter of Frank & Viola (Clay) Hollinger born 15 Oct 1905 in Union City, Randolph Co, Indiana died 14 Nov 1985 in Union City, Randolph Co, IN. married 09 Feb 1924. Glenn Huffer Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331 Iris Juanita Hollinger daughter of Frank & Viola (Clay) Hollinger born 13 Sep 1907 in Union City, Randolph Co, Indiana died 28 Jul 1978 in Gettysburg, Darke Co, Ohio She married 19 Jul 1927 in Gettysburg, Darke Co, Ohio Leonard Oswald Curtner Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331 Mable Mildred Hollinger daughter of Frank & Viola (Clay) Hollinger born 07 Jun 1910 in Union City, Randolph Co, Indiana died 08 Jan 1994 in Greenville, Darke Co, Ohio She married 09 Apr 1928 in Newport, Campbell, Kentucky, USA. She William Henry Canan Researcher Bob Welch, <GlennWelch1@gmail.com>, 1795 St Rt. 571 W, Greenville, OH 45331
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Ralph Leroy Simison son of Leroy & Amy Jane (Salisbury) Simison 
born 20 Mar 1906 Kansas City, Missouri
died 27 Oct 1977 at Newport Ritchie, Pasco County, Florida 
married ca 1930 
Jean Richmond Keppie daughter of  James & Annie (Oliver) Keppie 
born 27 Aug 1910 Woodland Hills California
died 8 Aug 1953  Glendale Sanitarium and Hospital
buried Valhalla Cemetery Burbank, California
   1.  Betty Jean Simison born 23 Feb 1931 Glendale, California
   2.  Joan Cecilia Simison born 1 Mar 1939 Glendale, California
   3.  Roy Wallace Simison born 12 Dec 1947, Glendale Sanitarium & Hospital, Glendale, California
   4.  Judy Lynn Simison born 6 Feb 1950, Glendale, California
            
            
Clarence Simison son of Leroy & Amy Jane (Salisbury) Simison 
born 16 Nov 1910 Kansas City, Missouri
died 16 May 1977 Sunland, Los Angeles County, California
married to  Geradine Dunn born 7 Dec 1928 California
1.  Gary Monroe Simison born 24 May 1951 
 2.  Ronald Simison born 8 Nov 1955


Opal Juanita Simison daughter of Leroy & Amy Jane (Salisbury) Simison 
born 27 Nov 1912 Kansas City, Missouri
died 10 May 1992 San Diego, California
married
Frederick Henry Nutch
born 23 Dec 1899
1.  Geraldine Ann Nutch born 3 Aug 1941
2.  Jacqueline Lou Nutch born 1 Mar 1943
    Researcher: Roy Wallace Simison



    
Betty Jean Simison daughter of Ralph & Jean (Keppie) Simison
born 23 Feb 1931 Glendale, California
m1  Dennis Blunt  
m2  George Peter Reagan born 2 Jan 1927
Michael Blunt


Joan Cecilia Simison daughter of Ralph & Jean (Keppie) Simison
born 1 Mar 1939 Glendale, California
married Richard Daugherty born 12 Dec 1945

     
Roy Wallace Simison son of Ralph & Jean (Keppie) Simison
born 12 Dec 1947, Glendale Sanitarium & Hospital, Glendale, CA
married 14 Dec 1968 Glendale, California
Lauren Lea Hussey d/o George Stanley & Eleanor Hope (Whitcomb) Hussey
born 15 Jul 1952 Alhambra Community Hospital, 
Temple City, Los Angeles County, California
1.  Erin Lynn Simison 
    born 14 Mar 1969 Glendale Community Hospital, Glendale, California
2.  Graham Alexander Simison 
    born 15 Jul 1975 Glendale Community Hospital, Glendale, California
    
        
Judy Lynn Simison daughter of Ralph & Jean (Keppie)  Simison
born 6 Feb 1950 Glendale, California
married Ron Skellenger
1.  Kilo Kron Skellenger born 6 Dec 1969
            
            
Gary Monroe Simison son of Clarence & Geraldine (Dunn) Simison
born 24 May 1951 
died 29 Dec 1987, Los Angeles CA buried Valhalla Cemetery, Burbank, California
married  4 Dec 1976 in Burbank Los Angeles County, California to
Janice Kay Weaks 
born 20 Feb 1954
died 24 May 2004 Palmdale California  (cancer - cremated). 
1.  Steven Parker Simison born 8 Jan 1979
2.  Jimmy Simison born 18 Apr 1985
           (information from Steven Simison)


Ronald Simison son of Clarence & Geraldine (Dunn) Simison
born  8 Nov 1955
marr 10 Jan 1976 
Maureen Duncan 
born 20 Sep 1955
        1.  Michael Simison born 20 Feb 1977
        2.  Mollyanna Simison born 5 Apr 1979


Geraldine Ann Nutch daughter Opal (Simison) and Frederick Henry Nutch 
born 3 Aug 1941
married to
William Kenneth Bird

        
Jacqueline Lou Nutch daughter Opal (Simison) and Frederick Henry Nutch 
born 1 Mar 1943
married to 
Palmer Wolcott Parsons
   Researcher: Roy Wallace Simison





Michael Dennis Blunt son of Betty Jean (Simison) and Dennis Blunts
born 14 Nov 1949 Pasadena, CA
married 
Sherree Ann Farris born 1 Apr 1958
1.  Michele Denise Blunt born 28 Jul 1977
2.  Roberta Jean Reagan born 28 Jul 1952 Glendale, California
    married Art Anthony Biada
3.  Glenn Patrick Reagan born 15 Nov 1957 Glendale, California
    married Christina Hawly 31 Oct 1953  
    Researcher: Roy Wallace Simison




Descendants of Isabel Simison & William Enslow

Isabel Simison      daughter of John and Catherine (Elder) Simison
				    born ca 1766-74 
                    died in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania
                    married 8 Nov 1791 
William Enslow      born ca 1766-74
                    both lived and died in Cumberland county., Pennsylvania.



Descendants of Andrew Simison

Andrew Simison       son of John and Catherine (Elder) Simison
                     died in southern Ohio.  
                     married 21 Mar 1815  Warren County, Ohio
Elizabeth Gilbreath 




Descendants of Rebecca Simison

Rebecca Simison      daughter of John and Catherine (Elder) Simison
                     born ca 1775 
                     d 2 Jan 1843 bur Foster Cemetery Conneaut Valley, PA
Samuel McNamara      of Crawford county, Pennsylvania, 
                     but soon left her husband and never again married. 
                         
Her remains are buried in the Old Meeting House Hill Burying Ground near Conneatville.
 



Descendants of Catherine Simison & Thomas Foster

Catharine Simison      daughter of John and Catherine (Elder) Simison
                       born ca 1775 
                       d 30 Aug 1845  bur Conneautville Cemetery
Thomas Foster          son of George & Jane (Granlee) Foster
                       both lived and died near Conneatville




Descendants of Robert Simison 1781-1870


Robert Simison         son of John and Catherine (Elder) Simison
                       born January 8, 1781 Cumberland County, Pa.
                       died September 16, 1870
                       marr 1811
Agnes Nancy Bone Kerr  born May 16, 1790
                       died January 25, 1861

          7 children:  Catherine Simison 
                       John Simison  
                       Nancy Simison  
                       Elizabeth Jane Simison
                       Robert A. Simison
                       William Simison 
                       Sarah Watt Simison
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Catherine Simison daughter of Robert and Agnes Nancy Bone (Kerr) Simison
born April 16, 1813 
married to
Isaac Lucas


John Simison son of Robert and Agnes Nancy Bone (Kerr) Simison
born February 3, 1817 
died February 2, 1906 
married March 4, 1841
Judith Ghormley 
born September 17, 1822 
died May 20, 1891
    1.  Nancy Elizabeth Simison daughter of John & Agnes Nancy (Kerr) Simison
        b. July 2, 1844 d. March 15, 1927 
        m 1859 
        William B. Greiner.
        1.  Edward Griener
        2.  Charles Addison Griener b. Feb. 14, 1862 d. Feb. 18, 1913
            m1 February 10, 1886 
            Elizabeth Hickson Hill b. Oct. 31, 1863 d. July 4, 1915 
            M2 Feb. 28, 1907 to David Dore.
            1.  Frederick Hill Griener born June 22, 1887 d Oct. 13, 1887
            2.  Bessie Leola Griener b. January 11, 1890 m June 17,
                1909 Grover B. Judy b. February 1, 1885 d May 7, 1929
                1.  Louise Louellen Judy, b. November 21, 1912
                Bessie Leloa (Greiner) Judy remarried June 29 1916 to 
                William H Hay b. August 29, 1883
                2.  Margaret Alice Hay b. January 17, 1918 
            3.  Louise Elizabeth Griener b. November 24, 1895 (1920 Census)
                m. Oct. 9, 1920 to 
                Lawrence Elson Rausenberger b. March 27, 1887
        Nancy Elizabeth Simison Griener remarried Oct. 3, 1867
        Joseph Doderidge Boggs. b. - d. December 3, 1915
        3.  Olive Gertrude Boggs b. July 6, 1868 d. Aug. 19, 1908
            m. Meade Pash
            1.  Stanley Pash
            2.  Leila Pash m. Clyde Sanders
                1.  Elizabeth Pash Sanders
                2.  Robert Sanders
        4.  Laura Adelaide Boggs m. William Ashmon
        5.  Pearl W. Boggs
        6.  Walter C. Boggs b. - d. February 1928
        7.  Eva Boggs m. A. E. Davis
        8.  Edna Boggs m. Allin McBee
    2.  Hugh Alexander Simison of John & Agnes Nancy (Kerr) Simison
        b. Jan. 24, 1846 d. April 14, 1927
        m. March 6, 1879:  Elizabeth Ellen Swan b. May 3, 1859
        d. May 10, 1932
        1. Karl Swan Simison b. January 3, 1880 m October 24, 1903
            Mayme Maley b. February 11, 1884
            1.  Lillian Beatrice Simison b. March 14, 1905 m. March
                29, 1927 Earl George Harding b. October 14, 1901
                1.  Caroline June Harding b. May 9, 1928
                2.  Donald Lee Harding b. June 30, 1929
            2.  Laura Bernice Simison b. February 14, 1906 m. Feb.
                27, 1927 John Cornelius Clark b. November 1, 1902
                1.  Evelyn May Clark b. April 16, 1928
                2.  Dorothy Joan Clark b. November 26,  1930
                3.  John Cornelius Clark b. December 31, 1933
            3.  Elizabeth Rebecca Simison born July 2, 1910 m Oct. 7,
                1932 Guilford Abraham Ren b. June 21, 1905
                1.  Mary Katherine Ren b. April 2, 1935
            4.  Lelah May Simison b. May 28, 1912
        2.  Armour Bently Simison b. July 17, 1881 d October 28, 1918
        3.  Robert Wilson Simison b. August 16, 1883 m 1915 
            Bessie Miles, Rifle, Colorado
        4.  Ralph Rodger Simison b. August 16, 1898 (World War I
            Veteran) m. January 15, 1923 Bessie Ellen Chandler b.
            September 17, 1903
            1.  Lois Simison born & died October 28, 1923  
            2.  Jean Simison b. July 24, 1915
            3.  Corliss Simison b. August 13, 1927
            4.  Alberta Simison b. March 12, 1929
    3.  Mary Judith Simison son of John & Agnes Nancy (Kerr) Simison
        b. Nov. 13, 1848 d. February 14, 1930 m.
        December 30, 1869 Amos Jackson Rodgers b. Feb. 11, 1847 d.
        February 1, 1912
        1.  Alva Valetta Rodgers b. November 18, 1870
        2.  Medora Rodgers b. June 18, 1872 m. Bert Lough b. May 1,
            1872 d. April 4, 1914
            1.  Dorothy Beatrice Lough b. September 18, 1898 m. Sep.
                16, 1920 John Aaron Head b. Feb. 18, 1899
                1.  John William Head b. June 21, 1926
        3.  Harvey Hayes Rodgers b. June 14, 1876 m. Lora Lois Hurtt
            1.  Donald Loris Rodgers b. April 27, 1902 m. Feb. 27:
                Ethel Lavon Yeager
        4.  H. H. Rodgers b. September 12, 1878 m. Sciota Belle
            Chenoworth
            1.  Harvey Edward Rodger b. February 20, 1910 m. Nov. 10
                1935 Josephine Van Hess Finley b. September 8, 1910
        5.  Ray Wilson Rodgers born June 20, 1881 d August 2, 1881
        6.  Mabel Emily Rodgers b. October 2, 1887 m. September 12,
            1907 Roy Harrison Parrett b. March 29, 1876
            1.  Rodger Erk Parrett b. October 26, 1908 m. Nov. 12,
                1928 Goldie Louise Kautzer b. October 18, 1907
            2.  Genevieve Parrett b. December 30, 1910 m. Aug. 9,
                1932 Edward Henry Shawahn b. December 1, 1909
                1.  Thomas Edward Shawhan b. February 18, 1936
            3.  Anna Lee Parrett B. March 7, 1918
        7.  Augusta Inez Rodgers b. 14-July-1889 d. 14-Feb-1972 m. 4-Sept-1915:
            Albert Alphonse Barney b. October 10, 1892 d. 24-Oct-1964 
            1.  Albert Rodgers Barney b. August 15, 1917 (d. Dec 1980-2) 3-Nov-1980
                Ruth Marie Madigan  b. 1923   
                1.  Diane Jean Barney b.  early 1940s  m 1960 
                    Donald Krafcheck born 1941 died 1993 WY
                    1.  Donald Krafcheck  b. 1964
                        Susan         
                    2.  Steven Krafcheck  b. 1967
                        Jennifer 
                    3.  Amanda Krafcheck  b. 1984 
                2.  Kathleen Ann Barney b. Sep-1946 1965? div 1975 
                    Fred 'Freddie' Diocson born Jan-1937
                    1.  Maureen Lee Diocson born & died Jan 17, 1968
                    2.  Elaine Marie Diocson born & died Jan 17, 1968
                    3.  Dennis Diocson born April-5-1969
                    Kathleen & Freddie Divorced in 1973
                    Kathleen Ann Barney Diocson remarried in 1981 to
                    Richard George Krejci born 1939
                3.  Irene Marie Barney b. 2-Sep-1950 m(a).1970 div.1975 m(b)1982 
                    Arthur Morgan Hendricks 
                    1.  Daniel Morgan Hendricks b. 19-Nov-75 m. 2003
                        {Contributor of Data on August Inez (Rodgers) Barney]
                        Heather Marie Hunter b. 17-Aug-77 
                    Larry Evans Cameron 
                    2.  Anna Lorraine Cameron b. 1982 
                    3.  Christine Marie Cameron b. 1985 
            2.  Norma Jean Barney b. September 18, 1918 died 8-Feb-1996 
            3.  Richard Melvin Barney b. February 9, 1921 
    4.  Emily Jane Simison daughter of John & Agnes Nancy (Kerr) Simison
        b. May 9, 1852, d. August 18, 1887 m.
        March 18, 1875 George Washington Bybee b. August 9, 1849 d.
        January 27, 1934
        1.  Nellie Bybee m. Lee B. Kellar.
            1.  Russell Kellar
            2.  Helen Kellar.
        2.  Clyde Bybee b. Greenfield, Ohio 
    5.  Margaret Lavenia Simison daugher of John & Agnes Nancy (Kerr) Simison 
        born Jan. 18, 1855 d June 13, 1937 
        married March 28, 1877 Fayette County Ohio  (1900 Census)
        Matthew Owen Ireland b. August 3, 1850
        died 10 April 1939 
        1.  Jessie May Ireland b. January 28, 1878 Greenfield Ohio d 1958 (1900 Census) 
            married January 19, 1897 in Fayette County Ohio to 
            John Wesley Burris d. February 16, 1937 
            1.  Dwight Ireland Burris b. January 1, 1900 Washington Court House, Fayette Co. Ohio
                (1900 1920 Census) married to
                Opal Marie Sheridan b. October 6, 1899 d 1963 Washington Court House Ohio
                1.  Margaret Jo Ireland b. August 12, 1933
            Jessie May Ireland remarried September 22, 1903 to
            William Jennings Foster b. August 1 1876 (1910, 20 Census)
            2.  Margaret Augusta Foster b. August 2 1905 - 1920 Census
                d 3 Oct 1989 m. Feb. 12 1930 Dayton Ohio to
                Waldo Henry Zander son of Frederick Matthew & Josephine (Fuder) Zander
                b. August 4, 1900 d August 9 1975 Dayton, Ohio
                1.  Suzanne Zander b. June 13, 1934 Dayton, Ohio
                    Dennis Zander b. ?? son of Waldo but uncertain of mother.
            3.  Charles Nathan Foster b. February 5 1908, 1920, 1930 Census)
                m. Nov. 23, 1929 to Marjorie D. Irvin b. April 16.
                1.  Charlene Foster b. January 8, 1931 
        2.  Laura Lola Ireland b. June 14, 1881 or 1880 (1900 Census)
            m. December 24, 1902 (1920 Census)
            William Nathan Eyre born May 1, 1876 - (1900 Census)
        3.  George Earnest Ireland b. Feb. 23, 1884 d. Oct. 28, 1932 - (1900 Census)
            Married July 26, 1904 Edith May Pancake b. April 1.
            1.  Mary Margaret Ireland b. September 9.
            George Earnest Ireland remarried to Zella O'Connor
            2.  Georgia Elizabeth Ireland b. December 31.
            3.  Mary Suzanne Ireland b. May 31.
    6.  Laura Ellen Simison daughter of John & Agnes Nancy (Kerr) Simison 
        b. May 21, 1859 b. Oct. 22, 1879 m.
        Dec. 31 1878, Daniel C. Weltner
        1.  daughter, died at birth, October 22, 1879
    7.  Twins Stillborn b. 1850
    8.  Twins Stillborn b. 1850
    9.  Sarah Simison daughter of John & Agnes Nancy (Kerr) Simison 
        d. in infancy.


Nancy E. Simison daughter of Robert and Agnes Nancy Bone (Kerr) Simison
born February 4, 1818 
married
Jacob Lipps



Elizabeth Jane Simison daughter of Robert and Agnes Nancy Bone (Kerr) Simison
born February 1, 1819 
married to 
Daniel Lucas


Robert A. Simison son of Robert and Agnes Nancy Bone (Kerr) Simison 
born October 11, 1821 Pennsylvania 
died 1874 
m. 
Mary Caroline Beeson, was the daughter of Jonathan L. and Cynthia (Wright) Beeson 
born May 23, 1836 
died Aug. 3, 1894 
    Researcher Kenneth Beeson - KnBeeBuzz@sbcglobal.net
    1.  William Henry Simison son of Robert & Mary (Beason) Simison
        b. Nov. 23, 1867 d Nov. 12, 1930 m.
        May 7, 1881 to Oneida A. Thompson b. June 24 1864. 
        1.  Lizzie Simison daughter of William and Oneida (Thompson) Simison 
            b. May 24, 1882 d. May 19, 1907
                Frank Forney, b, m 1906
                Pearl Stiller b. March 30, 1900
                Merl Stiller b. February 20, 1900 m. June 1920
                Nellie Hatendorf b. May 23, 1907
                Carl Hatendorf b. May 1906 m. 1921
                Margaret Hatendorf b. February 11, 1922
                Robert Hatendorf b. May 13, 1924  
        2.  Minnie Pearl Simison daughter of William and Oneida (Thompson) Simison 
            born Feb. 11, 1884 Kosciusko County, Indiana 
            died 14 Sept 1978 Columbia City, IN 
            m1 (Divorced) June 26, 1902 Kosc. Co. Ind to [Kos.Co Marr L-579]
            John Alfred Droud (divorced 25 Feb 1909 [Kos Co. Div. Box 354 case 11126]
            b. Nov 2. 1880 Wabash Co. IN d. 13 Sep 1958 Warsaw, IN
            1.  Trilbey Droud b. February 17, 1904 Stanley, Chippewa,
                Co. WI m. Oct 14, 1922 Warsaw, IN to Alfred Ray Linn
                b. 7 July 1898 Noble Co. IN
                1.  Georgia Marcille Linn b. Oct. 24, 1923 Pierceton,
                    IN m#1) May 11, 1946 Warsaw, IN to Herman Frank-
                    lin Wolfe b. Sep 3, 1913 Columbia City, IN
                    (Divorced)
                    1.  Mickey Joe Wolfe b. Aug 24, 1948 Columbia
                        City, IN, father of two children by girl-
                        friend Kathy Ann Mogensen b. July 21, 1954 d.
                        July 25, 1982 Columbia City, IN
                        1.  Jennifer Mogensen b. Sep. 5, 1974
                        2.  James Mogensen
                    2.  Dena Kay Wolfe b. Nov 19, 1950 Columbia City,
                        IN m. May 9, 1970 Larwill, IN to William John
                        McKown Jr. b. Jan 31, 1949 Fort Wayne, IN
                        1.  Any Jo McKown b. May 19, 1971 Columbia
                            City, IN
                        2.  Michelle Leigh McKown b. July 23, 1974
                            Columbia City, IN
                        3.  Kimberly Marie McKown b. Aug. 30, 1980
                            Columbia City, IN
                    George Marcille Linn married #2) May 19, 1972 at
                    Pierceton, IN to Hubert Oliver Bell (Divorced)
                2.  Doris Lucille Linn b. Dec. 18, 1924 Pierceton 
                    m. 24 April 1948 at Warsaw IN to John Martin 
                    Berlin b. July 26, 1924 Warsaw, In d. Oct. 13, 
                    1976 Pierceton, IN 
                    1.  Gary Wayne Berlin b. XXX xx, 1949 Warsaw 
                    2.  Kristy Sue Berlin b. XXX xx, 1952 Warsaw m. 
                        June 3, 1972 at Pierceton, IN to Douglas 
                        LeRoy Mayer b. XXX xx, 1951 Warsaw, IN 
                        1.  David Lawrence Mayer b. XXX xx, 1974 
                            Warsaw, IN d. October 10 2001 Fort Wayne, 
                            IN, buried Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw, IN 
                        2.  Daniel Lamar Mayer b. XXX xx, 1977 
                            Warsaw, IN 
                    3.  Brett LaMar Berlin b. XXX xx, 1955 Warsaw 
                3.  Clifford Deverl Linn b. July 20, 1927 Pierceton
                    m. June 26, 1949 at Winnemac, Pulaski Co. IN to
                    Norma Jean Rager b. Feb. 27, 1929 Whitley Co. IN
                    1.  Tamra Lee Linn b. Oct. 17, 1950 Warsaw, IN m.
                        at Syracuse, IN to Steven LeRoy Brown B. Sep.
                        10 1947 Wabash Co. IN
                        1.  Leigh Autumn Brown b. December. 28, 1972,
                            Columbia City, IN
                        2.  Asha Leigh Brown b. January 17, 1975, 
                            Columbia City, IN
                        3.  Alia Maria Brown (Adopted) Aug. 11, 1981
                        4.  Adria Lee Brown (Adopted) born Aug. 16, 1982
                    2.  Tanya Dee Linn b. Aug. 19, 1952 Warsaw, IN
                        1.  Shala Renee Kerr b. Nov. 20, 1978 Warsaw,
                            Indiana (dau. of Richard Douglas Kerr)   
                        m #1) June 29, 1979 at Pierceton IN: Michael
                        Gene Brown b. April 1, 1953 (Divorced)
                        2.  Shane Michael Brown b. June 1, 1980
                            Warsaw, IN
                        Tonya Linn Brown m #2) Sept. 1980 in W. Virgini
                        Richard Douglas Kerr b. 9 May 1945, Warsaw, IN
                    3.  Tasha Ree Linn b. Sep. 26, 1963 Columbia City
                        m#1 Ratliff        m#2 Kinney
            Minnie Pearl Simison Droud 
            m 2). March 6, 1909 Kosciusko County [Kos. Co Marr. Q:148] to
            George Herbert Rardin 
            born Aug 22 1878 Lebanon In 
            d. Nov 7, 1940 Whitley County, IN.
            2.  Lennie Athelia Rardin b. Jan. 24, 1914 Pierceton m.
                #1) June 30, 1932 Warsaw, IN to Ralph Yerlin Leedy
                b. Aug. 14, 1914/1915 Pierceton d. 14 June 1970 South Bend
                (Divorced).  No Children
                Lennie Athelia Rarden m. #2) Harold James Humphrey b.
                Oct. 15, 1908 Pierceton, IN
            Minnie Pearl Simison Droud Rardin
            m #3) Clarence Burr Ellenwood 
            b. June 7, 1885 Indianola,Iowa 
            d. Oct. 14, 1969 Warsaw, IN  
        3.  Robert Simison son of William and Oneida (Thompson) Simison  
            b. September 30, 1885 
            d. June 19, 1910  
        4.  Wealthy Simison daughter of William and Oneida (Thompson) Simison  
            b. July 18, 1887 
            m. June 3, 1905 
            Edward Jamison b. April 5, 1882 d. April 14, 1917
            1.  Oneida F. Jamison b. November 28, 1907 m. April 1,
                1928 to John L. Nern b. February 9, 1907
                1.  Beverly Ann Nern b. November 5, 1932
            2   Laura E. Jamison b. October 25, 1909 m Sept. 30, 1934
                to William Nern b. September 16, 1910.
                1.  Robert Clayton Nern b. August 4, 1935.
            3.  Ruby Jamison b. December 7, 1911 m. August 30, 1929
                Paul Wilson b. November 17, 1904
                1.  Patsy Ann Wilson b. November 10, 1930
                2.  Richard Wilson b. June 28, 1934
                3.  Philip Wilson b. November 13, 1935
                4.  James Wilson b. February 23, 1937
            4.  Lillian Ruth Jamison b. March 17, 1916 m. November 26
                1936 Lorraine Crawford b. February 28, 1908
            Weltha Simison Jamison b. July 18, 1887 m. Oct. 12, 1921
            Peter L. Wuchter b. October 12, 1870
            5.  Barbara Jean Wuchter b. June 9, 1923
            6.  Peter W. Wuchter b. April 25, 1932  
        5.  Vesta Simison daughter of William and Oneida (Thompson) Simison 
            b. September 10, 1889 m. March 28, 1907 d. 14 Aug 1962
            Goshen, Elkhart County, IN buried in Graceland Cemetery,
            Claypool, IN.
            Charles Hinkson b. November 20, 1886 d February 1974
            1.  Billa Hinkson b. & d. May 1, 1908
            2.  Leonard William Hinkson b. September 23, 1909 d. May 12 1996
                m1. June 14, 1930 to Goldie Hutcherson
                1.  Betty Lou Hinkson
                2.  another daughter
                m2. Florence Rebecca Garman Trimmer.  
                2.  Jannette Darlene Hinkson b. June 21, 1941 m July 6, 1959 
                    Ken Leon Johnson
                    Kandi Kae Johnson b. Oct. 14, 1960.
                    Kristi Sue Johnson b. May 6, 1962 m ----- Hawthorne
                    Kami Rae Johnson b. Oct. 18, 1964.
                m3. Mary Wieland
                3.  Leonard William Hinkson Jr. b April 21, 1964
                    [Contributor of Data on Leonard Hinkson]
                    m. ??
                    Luke William Hinkson b. July 6, 2007 
            3.  Mary Hinkson b. May 1, 1912 m. June 15, 1929
                Leon Willsey b October 21, 1908 d. May 1962
                1.  Orion Dean Willsey b. August 10, 1932
                2.  Donald Leroy Willsey b. May 22, 1935
            4.  Arthur E. Hinkson b. Sept. 30, 1913 d. June 25, 1914
            5.  Samuel L. Hinkson d. December 15, 1915
            6.  Fay E. Hinkson b. May 22, 1917 d. Sept. 8. 1917
            7.  Hobart E. Hinkson b. August 27, 1919
            8.  Ruth L. Hinkson b. August 25, 1921 m. June 5 1937
                Ezra A. Eger
            Vesta and Charles Hinkson were divorced in about 1925 and
            she married second on 14 Feb 1929 to William Irvin Grindle
            (b. 28 Mar 1883 in Kosciusko County, IN; died 29 Oct 1957).
            He was the son of Joel and Mary (Evans) Grindle. He is
            buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Pierceton.  
        6.  Ethel Simison of William and Oneida (Thompson) Simison  
            b. May 31, 1891 m. December 3, 1910 
            Otto Rardin b. April 11, 1889
            1.  Pearl Catherine Rardin b. Nov. 29, 1915 d 2001 m.
                September 14, 1941 Richard Alton Summerville b.
                April 6, 1916
                1.  Nancy Sue Summerville b. Sept 14, 1942 Phila-
                    delphia, Pa., m. June 18, 1960 Ligionier, Indiana
                    Carl Duane Flint b. July 13, 1939; m2 to 
                    Robert Schambaugh
                    1.  Catherine Sue Flint b. Dec. 25, 1960 m.
                        Timothy Miller 
                        m2 Donza Worden II
                        a.  Erin Worden born 1990
                        b.  Donza Worden III born 1997
                    2.  Carissa Ann Flint b. July 21, 1960 m.
                        Michael Bergin.
                        a.  Tyler Bergin born 1982
                        b.  Brynn Bergin born 1985
                        c.  Kyle Bergin born 1988
                        d.  Christian Bergin born 1996
                2.  Donna Kay Summerville b. Aug. 25, 1946 Ft. Wayne,
                    Indiana m. April 22, 1967 Camp LaJeune, NC to:
                    John Joseph Mangona b. April 24, 1947
                    1.  Richard Wayne Mangona b. July 25, 1967
                    2.  Chelsi Ann Mongona b. December 7, 1974 m. 
                        Robert Stieby
                        a.  Conner Stieby
                3.  Carol Ann Summerville b. June 1, 1948 Ft. Wayne,
                    Indiana m. November 22, 1969 Ligioner, Indiana:
                    Thomas Joseph Arnold b. September 29, 1946:
                    divorced.
                    1.  Bradley William Arnold b. April 22, 1972
                    2.  Benjamin Summerville Arnold b. May 29, 1975
                4.  Linda Gay Summerville born June 7, 1951 m.
                    November 17, 1973 Ligioner Indiana to
                    Michael Donaldson born March 30, 1947
                    1.  Zane Eugene Donaldson born November 18 1977 Goshen IN
                    2.  Betsey Jo Donaldson born March 24, 1980 Goshen IN
            2.  Helen Mae Rardin born March 2, 1919 m. 
                Charles Owen Huffer b.
                    1.  son still born
                    2.  daughter still born
                    3.  Connie Jean Huffer b.  m.  Carl Fields
                        1.  Christine Fields
                        2.  Chris Fields
                    4.  James Owen Huffer  m.  Nancy
                        1.  Jacob Huffer  
        7.  Mary Simison daughter of William and Oneida (Thompson) Simison  
            b. November 22, 1892 m. Aug. 17, 1911
            Amos Homon b. May 21, 1889
            1.  Vernetta Alberta Homon b. July 10, 1912 m. June 15,
                1935 Hugh D. Rickel b. July 15, 1907
                1.  Francis Dwight Rickel b. July 27, 1937
            2.  John Bernard Homon b. September 18, 1914
            3.  Edna Ruth Homon b. November 7,  1918
            4.  Carl Emerson Homon b. May 4, 1924
            5.  Adeleen Coleen Homon b. Janaury 14, 1940  
        8.  Maggie Simison daughter of William and Oneida (Thompson) Simison  
            b. September 14, 1894 m. July 3, 1914
            Harold Clay b. July 25, 1895
            1.  Melba Clay born July 31, 1916 d. October 2, 1916
            2.  Donald Lavon Clay b. January 21, 1925  
        9.  Hobart Simison son of William and Oneida (Thompson) Simison  
            b. August 8, 1897 m. April 25, 1923 d Jan 1984
            Marie Mitterling b. May 23, 1904 d. 4 Nov 1995  
       10.  Noah Simison son of William and Oneida (Thompson) Simison  
            b. July 20, 1899 m. June 20, 1923 
            Alice Mitterling born May 13, 1907
            1.  Jean Colleen Simison b. November 29, 1924
            2.  June Elaine Simison b. June 10, 1926
            3.  Jack Dudley Simison b. September 17, 1927 
       11.  Artie Simison son of William and Oneida (Thompson) Simison  
            b. November 21, 1901 m. July 22, 1924 d 9 May 2004
            Pearl Spiegle born May 19, 1902
            1.  Margaret L. Simison b. September 27, 1925 d 20 May 2010
                Edward E. Yarman b 20 Sep 1920 d 14 Dec 1995
            2.  Evelyn May Simison b. October 29, 1927
            3.  Charlotte Ruth Simison b. January 29, 1930
            4.  Robert Dale Simison b. August 15, 1931 m 26 May 1955 d 17 Dec 1983
                Margaret A. English b 7 Oct 1953
                1.  Steven Dee Simison b 12 Feb 1956 m 1 Nov 1980 Fort Wayne to
                    Sonia K. Hoehn
                    1.  Nicholas Steven Simison b 5 Dec 1986
                    2.  Audrie Dianne Simision b 22 Feb 1989
                2.  Stacy Lee Simison b 2 Nov 1961 Warsaw m 10 Oct 1987
                    Timothy Sylvester
                    1.  Austin Dale Sylvester b 21 Aug 1989
                    2.  Micaela Paige Sylvester b 28 Jan 1994
                        Information from Sonia K. Simison
            Artie Simison remarried tp
            Myrtle Lundquist b 10 Mar 1905 died Jul 1975 
       12.  Anna Simison daughter of William and Oneida (Thompson) Simison  
            b. July 31, 1903 d. October 2, 1904  
       13.  Edward Simison son of William and Oneida (Thompson) Simison  
            b. August 7, 1905 d Aug 1970  
       14.  Howard T. Simison son of William and Oneida (Thompson) Simison  
            b. August 10, 1908 m. Sep 26, 1937 d 10 Feb 1988
            Irene Rule b. September 26, 1913 
    2.  Jacob Simison son of Robert & Mary (Beason) Simison 
        b. October 13, 1863 
        m. December 7, 1893
        Theresa Handson b. August 8, 1870
        1.  Russel Simison b. January 4, 1895
        2.  Herman Simison b. June 5, 1897
        3.  Mildred Simison b. October 8, 1899 m. June 15, 1922
            Walter Hach
    3.  Nancy Simison daughter of Robert & Mary (Beason) Simison
    4.  Newton Simison son  of Robert & Mary (Beason) Simison


William Simison son of Robert and Agnes Nancy Bone (Kerr) Simison
born October 18, 1826, Cumberland County, PA
died September 10, 1895
marr August 7, 1851, Kosciusko County, Indiana
Mary Jane Lucas  
born March 11, 1824, Ross County, Ohio
died  August 22, 1909, Kosciusko County, Indiana                 
    1.  John Oscar Simison b. May 21, 1852 d.
    2.  Ezra Revila Simison b. September 29, 1854 d. August 29, 1862
    3.  Robert Oren Simison b. February 9, 1858 d. September 2, 1862
    4.  William Swan Simison b. August 29, 1860 d. August 14, 1862
    5.  Loren Ezwell Simison b. August 29, 1862 d. January 11, 1938
    6.  Isaac Lucas Simison b. August 2, 1865
    7.  Daniel Edwin Simison b. July 25, 1868 d. April 16, 1869


Sarah Watt Simison daughter of Robert and Agnes Nancy Bone (Kerr) Simison
born  4 June 1831, Ohio
bied 23 July 1916, Packerton, Kosciusko County, Indiana
marr  6 Jan 1859 Kosciusko County, Indiana
Thomas Wrigley [Go to the Wrigley Family for More Detailed information on all Descendants]
Thomas Wrigley's first wife was Epsy Wrigley daughter of Thomas Wrigley
born  14 November 1815 Ohio or Pennsylvania
died 29 December 1887, Packerton, Kosciusko County, Indiana.
1.  George Wrigley          born January 17, 1860
2.  William Oliver Wrigley  born January 9, 1862
3.  Nancy Elizabeth Wrigley born July 1, 1864  
4.  Robert Layton Wrigley   born Nov. 11, 1866
5.  Charles B. Wrigley      born Nov. 23, 1868 
6.  Daniel Wrigley          born November 9, 1870 
7.  May Jane Wrigley        born June 6, 1873 
      
        
    
    1.  George Wrigley son of Thomas and Sarah Watt (Simison) Wrigley 
        born January 17, 1860, Kosciusko County, Indiana
        died    February 1945, Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona
        marr  February 25, 1886 
        Mary Eva Warner 
        born 26 January 1869, Kosciusko County, Indiana
        died 1 March 1952, Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona
        1.  Charles Wrigley b. July 12, 1886, Kosciusko County, Indiana
            d.  3 Dec. 1910, St. Joseph County, Indiana
            m.  13 July 1907 Packerton, Kosciusko County, Indiana
            Daisy Rardin b. 29 Aug 1887, Boone County, Indiana
            d.  6 April 1940, Packerton, Kosciusko County, Indiana
            1.  Nettie b. 22 April 1908, d. 26 July 1957 
                m. May 28, 1925
                Ralph Randolph Whitney b. 
                1.  Charles Whitney
            2.  Hazel Rardin Wrigley b. 6 July 1910 d. Feb. 22, 1982
                m.  30 July 1927, Pierceton, Kosciusko County, Indiana
                Lester Lavern Mort b. January 17, 1905, Kibbee, Mich.
                1.  Max Wayne Mort b. March 22, 1928 m. Jan. 13, 1952
                    Margaret Elizabeth Davy b. Oct. 23, 1933.
                    1.  Jennifer Sue Mort b. April 20, 1954 m.
                        Randal Jay Jones
                    2.  Thomas William Mort II  b. Jan. 1, 1956 m. July 1, 1978
                        Jackie Davis born March 10, 1959
                        1.  Samuel David Mort born April 23, 1982, El Paso, TX
                        2.  Melissa Ann Mort born January 5, 1984, El Paso TX
                        3.  Joshua William Mort born February 5, 1985, El Paso, TX
                        4.  Amanda Elizabeth Mort b. August 30, 1991, El Paso, TX
                    3.  Daniel Eric Mort b. Sept. 15, 1963
                    4.  David Aaron Mort b. March 18, 1973
                2.  Donna Maxine Mort b. Jan. 11, 1930 Pierceton IN m. Sept. 2,
                    1948 (Divorced) at Kosciusko Co IN to: Harmon Willard Gradeless
                    b. July 21, 1928 in Polk Tp. Wabash Co IN: 
                    d. April 9, 2002 Marshfield WI
                    1.  Donald E. Gradeless b. April 17, 1949
                    2.  Steven Wayne Gradeless b. April 7, 1951,
                        Warsaw, Indiana m. June 24, 1970 to Linda
                        Jean Nohr b. February 7, 1954
                        1.  Jason John Gradeless b. July 18, 1970 m. February 16 1991
                            Denice Ann Worzalla born Aug 23 1970 Stevens Point
                            1.  Jordan John Gradeless born May 12 1991 Stevens Point  WI
                            2.  Jared Spencer Gradeless born July 2 1995 Stevens Point WI
                            3.  Caleb Michael Gradeless born Apr 5, 1997 Stevens Point WI
                        2.  Wade Allen Gradeless b.   1974
                    3.  Rex Lavern Gradeless b. April 29, 1957,
                        Warsaw, Kosciusko County, Indiana m.
                        Sally Jo Ransbottom
                        1.  Wendy Leigh Gradeless b. March 24, 1980 Warsaw IN
                            m. Clark Ross 'Ross' Leininger m June 17 2000
                            1.  Ella Leah Leininger b. November 11, 2000 Fort Wayne IN
                        2.  Rex Lavern Gradeless II b. April 29, 1984 Warsaw IN
                        3.  Kyle Ryan Gradeless born June 22, 1987 Valparaiso IN
                    Donna Maxine Mort remarried January 25, 1964 to
                    DeWayne E. Jackson b. July 21, 1932, Monroe, MI
                    died 30 June 2012, IU-Goshen Hospital, Goshen, Elkhart County, Indiana
                    4.  Sherry Lynn Jackson b. May 5, 1968 Jeff
                        Tim Lee
                        Married2 Steven Lee
                        Cody Lee
                        Jennifer Lee
                3.  Phyllis Jean Faudree b. July 6, 1936 m. July 26,
                    1958:  Gary Jean Faudree b. July 17, 1936
                    1.  Renee' Faudree b. & d. August 10, 1959
                    2.  Lisa Renee' Faudree b. July 20, 1960 m. February 21, 1981
                        Michael Earl Wallen b. August 10, 1960
                        1.  Tyler Lee Wallen b. February 4, 1984
                        2.  Shane Michael Wallen born January 18, 1986
                    3.  Brent Dee Faudree b. August 18, 1961 m.
                        Cindy Deal
                4.  Rex Dean Mort b. Feb. 26, 1938 m. Apr. 12, 1959
                    (Divorced) Mary Jane Tenney b. Feb. 19, 1942
                    1.  Tim Allen Mort b. March 7, 1960  m. September 1 1987
                        Patricia Lambert
                        1.  Justin Mort
                    2.  Steven Wayne Mort b. April 6, 1962 m June 20, 1987
                        Susan Ann Wright 
                        1.  Samantha Ann Mort born February 1989
                        2.  Austin David Mort born August 4, 1994
                    3.  Mark William Mort b. September 7, 1970
            Daisy Rardin Wrigley later remarried Feb. 7 1914 to 
            Philip Leiter her 3rd child:  LeRoy "Roy" Leiter b. 
            Oct. 1,  1915 m. Willodean Brown 4 June 1936.
        2.  Miles Milton Wrigley   
            b. September 18, 1887 m. Alta Casper
            1.  Vivian Wrigley
            2.  Flossie Wrigley m. Earnest Keller
                1.  Johnny Keller
                2.  Vivian Keller
        3.  Clifton Omega Wrigley b. November 6, 1891 m. 1920
            Ruth Huff
            1.  Marjories Wrigley b. August 9, 1921 m. several times
        4.  Lillian Elizabeth Wrigley b. June 23, 1899 m. Feb. 1918
            Dr. Charles H. Thomson
            1.  Charles H. Thompson, Jr. b. April 4, 1921 m. March 9,
                1944 Cathryn Joan Kear
                1.
                2.
            2.  Georgia Lucille Thompson b. Nov 4, 1923 m. June 15,
                1948 Dr. Richard Frederick Raasch
                6 children
            Lillian Elizabeth Wrigley Thompson remarried Oct. 1931 to
            Earl George Black
            3.  George James Black b. July 14, 1932 1m Sep. 4, 1954
                (Divorced) Faye Louise Peteriet, 2m Patricia Oldinsky
                5 children
            4.  Robert William Black b. 8 April 1934 m. Nov. 1, 1953
                Margaret Lee Boulden 
                 
    2.  William Oliver Wrigley son of Thomas and Sarah Watt (Simison) Wrigley  
        born January 9, 1862
        died  October 25, 1932
        married  December 27, 1888 
        Cynthia Burkett
        born  4 June 1866 4 sons (2 died in infancy)
        1.  Ralph Donald Wrigley b. March 17, 1895 d. Jan. 2, 1960 m.
            Nov. 27, 1919: Nellie Rhodes
        2.  Daniel James Wrigley b. Feb. 9, 1900 m. Feb. 26, 1920 to
            Virginia Phillips
            1.  William Walter Wrigley b. February 4, 1923
            2.  Carol Jean Wrigley b. March 12, 1933
            
    3.  Nancy Elizabeth Wrigley son of Thomas and Sarah Watt (Simison) Wrigley  
        b. July 1, 1864 d. January 21, 1921
     
    4.  Robert Layton "Late" Wrigley son of Thomas and Sarah Watt (Simison) Wrigley  
        b. Nov. 11, 1866 d. 10 May 1950
     
    5.  Charles B. Wrigley son of Thomas and Sarah Watt (Simison) Wrigley  
        b. Nov. 23, 1868 d. 6/7 June 1885, Killed
        by lightning near Packerton returning from church.
     
    6.  Daniel Wrigley son of Thomas and Sarah Watt (Simison) Wrigley  
        b. November 9, 1870 d. Sept. 8, 1908
        m. May 13, 1893
        Mary Estella Fisher
        1.  Susie Alice b. January 9, 1894 m. May 20, 1919 to Roy 
            Hewett Richard b. November 1, 1920
        2.  William Dewy, b. June 21, 1898 m. April 1919 to Clara
            Shepard.
            1.  Grace Elizabeth
        3.  Stephen Hubert b. December 7, 1901
     
    7.  May Jane Wrigley son of Thomas and Sarah Watt (Simison) Wrigley  
        b. June 6, 1873 d. 1964
        1m) William Downing
        1.  Frank Downing
        2m) Neal Pinkerton
        2.  Nelle Pinkerton

   History of the Lucas and Simison Families by Dora Ann Taylor, Drake University, 1938, pp. 24-46
   Letters From Joan Thompson, Star Route Box 193, Payson, Arizona 85541
   Interview with Catherine Rardin Summerville, Main Street, Ligioner, Indiana, July 1982.

   Personal research and contributions from:
     Donald Gradeless, Brookfield, WI
     Kristi Johnson Hawthorne, Oceanside, CA
     Doug Mayer, Warsaw, IN (Principal Researcher)
     Zane Donaldson, Warrenville, IL
     Daniel Morgan Hendricks 



http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/1850/365b.htm
1850 Census Jaskson Twp Kosciusko Co IN 23 September 1850 page 365b
11 48 48 SIMISON Robt.     69 M   none    600 PA
12 48 48 SIMISON Nancy     50 F               PA
13 48 48 SIMISON Robt. A.  26 M   Farmer      PA   Cannot read or writee
14 48 48 SIMISON Wm.       23 M   Farmer      PA   cannot read or write
15 48 48 SIMISON Sarah     15 F               Ohio

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/1860/1860_415.html
Monroe Township  12th day of October, 1860 Page 415
10 1363 1363 SIMERSON Robert    36 M Farmer   300 Indiana     Illiterate
11 1363 1363 SIMERSON Mary      30 F              Indiana     Illiterate     
12 1363 1363 SIMERSON Wm.        2 M              Indiana           
13 1363 1363 SIMERSON John C. 7/12 M              Indiana 

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/mar19q2S.htm   Kosciusko County Marriages 1836 - 1849:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/mar19q3_16.htm Kosciusko County Marriages
http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/mar19q4_24.htm Kosciusko County Marriages
SIMISON, Eliza Jane     LUCAS, Daniel       22 May 1838     1:13
SIMISON, Nancy          LIPS, Jacob         23 Jun 1843    1:229
SIMISON, Robert, Jr.    BEESON, Mary        29 Jan 1857    3:559
SIMISON, William        LUCAS, Mary Jane     7 Aug 1851    3:173
SIMMERSON, Sarah        WRIGLEY, Thomas      6 Jan 1859    B:163
SIMISON, Jacob          HANSON, Theresa H.   7 Dec 1893    J:405
SIMISON, Lauron E.      HUFF, Lydia A.       5 Apr 1884    G:273
SIMISON, Nancy E.       HARTER, Jared W.     7 Jul 1892    J:190
SIMISON, Rosa N.        KYLE, William S.    18 Aug 1889    I:190
SIMISON, William M.     THOMPSON, Oneida     7 May 1881    F:430
SIMISON, Ethel          RARDIN, Otto         3 Dec 1910    S:5
SIMISON, Lizzie         WAY, Irvin          26 Dec 1901    L:520
SIMISON, Loren E.       BARNES, Emma         9 Oct 1915    W:179
SIMISON, Minnie P.      DROUD, John A.      26 Jun 1902    L:579
SIMISON, Wealtha        JAMISON, Edward      3 Jun 1905    N:32
SIMSON, Blanche V.      GAULT, Clyde F.     31 Aug 1906    O:127
SIMSON, Rosa M.         ROATH, Ira          23 Oct 1918    Y:390

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/Divorce13.html Kosciusko County, IN Divorce Actions
Simison, Lydia A.       Simison, Lauren C.  19 Feb 1915    405  12858

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/guard15.html Kosciusko County, IN - Guardianship Reports Index 1871 - 1964 
SIMISON, Robert    4 82
SIMSON, Robert     6 57

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/50sobits29.htm Kosciusko County, IN 1953-1960 Obituaries
SIMISON, Howard T Mrs  8 Mar 1959 45 Rule   Claypool    9 Mar 1959 2
SIMISON, Irene Mrs     8 Mar 1959 45 Rule   Claypool    9 Mar 1959 2
SIMISON, Russell      29 Jul 1959 64        Packerton   1 Aug 1959 2

Kosciusko County, IN WPA Birth Records
Calvert          F W  21 Mar 1900    John Liza  Simerson         H6  30 
Clay             F W  29 Jan 1915    Harrold A  Marg. Simison    H12 156
Clay Melba P     F W  31 Jul 1916    Harold     Maggie Simison   H13  31
Haman Ruth May   F W   7 Nov 1918    Amos       Ida Simison      H13 116
Harter           F W  25 Jul 1897    J H        Nancy Simison    H5   22
Hinkman Fay E    F W  22 May 1917    Charles    Vesta Semson     H21  40 
Hinkson          F W  10 May 1908    Charles    Vesta Simison    H1   32
Hinkson Hobart E M W  27 Aug 1919    Charles E  Vesta Simson     H13 144 
Hinkson Samuel L M W  27 Jul 1915    Chas E     Verta Simmerson  H12 169 
Hinkson Wm L     M W  23 Sep 1909    Chas Edw   Vesta Semison    H11 71 
Rardin Lennie L  F W  24 Jan 1914    George H   Minnie Simison   H12 110
Rardin Pearl C   F W  29 Nov 1915    Otto       Ethel Simmerson  H12 176
Simeson          M W   4 Jan 1895    Henry H    Florence Hanson  H4   39
Simerson         M W   5 Jun 1897    Jacob      ?? Hanson        H5   19
Simerson         M W   5 Aug 1905    William    Oneida Thompson  H9   38
Simison Howard   M W   3 Aug 1908    Wm         Nida Simison     H11  41
Simison          M W  10 Sep 1889    William H  Nida Thompson    H3    7
Simison          M W   8 Aug 1897    W          Maggie Thompson  H5   23
Simison          M W  20 Jul 1899    Wm         ?? Thompson      H6   20
Simison          F W   8 Dec 1899    Jacob      Thresa Hanson    H6   20
Simison          M W  21 Nov 1901    Wm         ?? Thompson      H6   28
Simison          M W  21 Nov 1901    Wm         ?? Thompson      H27   3
Simison          M W   2 Mar 1903    Jacob      T Hanson         H27   5
Simison          F W   3 Jul 1903    Wm         ?? Thompson      H27   6
Simison          F W  31 Jul 1903    Wm         Vida Thompson    H8   38

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/delbirth11.html Kosciusko County, IN Delayed Births
Name                     Birth Date      Maiden Name   Page
SIMISON, Alice Fern      13 May 1907     MITTERLING    220

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/wpabirth17.html
Jamison Ida V          F W      21 Jul 1914   D E     Martha Simison    H12 97
Jameson Laura E        F W      25 Oct 1909   Edward  Waltha Simmerson  H11 15 
Jamison Lillian Ruth   F W      17 Mar 1916   Edward 	Wealtha Simison   H13 10

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/mentS.htm
Mentone Area - Kosciusko County, IN Obituary or Death Notice Database
Name                Newspaper Code    Date
SIMISON, Hobart           AMN         11 Jan 1984
SIMISON, Howard T.        AMN         27 Feb 1988

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/Pierceobit22.html Pierceton, Kosciusko County, IN Obituaries
http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/Pierceobit11.html Pierceton, Kosciusko County, IN Obituaries
Homan, Amos Mrs.      Simison   8 Sep 1968   11 Sep 1968 2
Homan, Mary Mrs.      Simison   8 Sep 1968   11 Sep 1968 2
Simison, Arthur Mrs.  Spiegle  12 Sep 1945   19 Sep 1945 2
Simison, Edward                 1 Aug 1970    5 Aug 1970 3
Simison, John O.                9 Sep 1933   20 Sep 1933 3
Simison, Loren                    Jan 1938   19 Jan 1938 2
Simison, Noah B.               18 Aug 1968   21 Aug 1968 5
Simison, Pearl Mrs.   Spiegle  12 Sep 1945   19 Sep 1945 2
Simonton, Perry                27 Oct 1935   30 Oct 1935 2

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/miscobitsS.htm Kosciusko County, IN Miscellaneous Obituaries
SIMISON, Ron Allan             15 Jan 1952

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/50sobits06.htm Kosciusko County, IN 1953-1960 Obituaries
CLAY, Harold Mrs       8 Sep 1956 61 Simison    Pierceton   8 Sep 1956 2
CLAY, Maggie Mrs       8 Sep 1956 61 Simison    Pierceton   8 Sep 1956 2

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/80sobits09.htm Kosciusko County, IN Aug, 1980 to 1985 Obituaries
SIMISON, Hobart        8 Jan 1984
SIMISON, R. Dale      17 Dec 1983

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/90sobits23.htm Kosciusko County, IN 1988-1999 Obituaries 
SIMISON, Howard T.    10 Feb 1988
SIMISON, Marie         5 Nov 1995

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/00sobits11.htm Kosciusko County Obituaries
SIMISON,Jack Dudley    9 May 2004

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/wpadeath13.html Kosciusko County, IN WPA Death Index
SIMISON, Mary Jane    22 Jul 1909
SIMISON, Roy          19 Jun 1910

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/votreg2208.html
Kosciusko County, IN 1922 Voter's Registration Index
SIMISON, Lydia M.      Clay
SIMISON, William H.    Clay

http://www.rootsweb.com/~inkosciu/estateS2.htm
Kosciusko County, IN - Estate Inventories and Administrations Index
SIMMERSON, Robert     A-432 






Descendants of Samuel Simison

 
Samuel Simison      son of John and Catherine (Elder) Simison
                    resided in Turbett Township, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania 
                    died 1828 Portage County, Ohio
Elenor Love         of Huntington County, PA           




Elder Ancestors







The Elder Ancestors
of the Simison Family

    The ancestral home of the Elder family is assumed to have
been Elderslie, near Paisley in Renfreshire, Scotland.  Being about six
miles from Glasgow.  It was in this shire that the progenitor of the
American family was born, about 1679.  He moved to Lough Neagh,
country Antrim, Ireland. The date of his arrival in Pennsylvania is
unknown, but he died near Harrisburg, at seven o'clock July 28th,
1746, and is interred in an unmarked grave in The Paxtang Grave-
Yard attached to the church, where his son, the famous "fighting
parson," ministered for many.
     The wife of Robert Elder (immigrant died Oct. 25th, 1742, at 8
o'clock at night.  She is also buried in Paxtang Grave-Yard.  (above
data taken from a records of Parson Elder, kept in vol. of Bishop
Atterbury's sermons.  Now in possession of Dauphin Co. His. Soc. )

Robert Elder born 1679 Scotland d. July 28th, 1746  married to
Eleanor      born               d. October 25, 1742

1.  Robert Elder b. 1704  d. Path Valley 1807

2.  John Elder b. January 26, 1706 d. July 17, 1792 m1) Mary Baker
    m2) Mary Simpson.  Known as the fighting parson of the French
    and  Indian Wars.  He was a graduate of the University of Edin-
    burgh and about 1735 followed his father to America.  He accepted
    a call to Paxtang Church April 12, 1778 and remained with the 
    church until his death.
    Married 1740 to Mary Baker born 1715 county Antrim, Ireland died June 12, 1749
    she was the daughter of Joshua Baker of Lancaster PA.
    Married second Mary Simpson born 1732 Paxtang died October 3, 1786
    she was the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Simpson.
    Colonel John Elder born June 11 1742 Paxtang died September 29, 1818
    Ranger in French & Indian War, Col in American Revolution married to 
    Mary J. Thompson of Derry born October 19 1750 died August 18 1813

3.  Thomas Elder b. 1708 m. Mary Patterson.  He died in Lancaster Co.

4.  David Elder b. 1710

5.* James b. 1712 came to America about 1752 m. Elizabeth (said to
    have been Maips) born 1714 died 1816 at home of her son-in-law
    Robert Kerr, in Fannett Twp., Franklin County, Pa.  
    James Elder, b. 1816 in Fannett Twp.. (Col. Robert Elder, son of 
    Parson John Elder, always referred to this James Elder as his uncle.)

6.  Thomas b. 1708 m. Mary Patterson

7.  Ann b. 1713 supposed to have m. J. Anderson

Agnes Elder, Daughter of James and Elizabeth Elder was born March
17, 1763, Dry Run, Cumberland Co. (now Franklin Co.) Pennsylvania
d. April 15, 1859 m. 1784 Robert Kerr.  Robert Kerr was from
Londonderry County, Ireland.

Agnes Nancy Bone Kerr is listed with eleven other children, the issue
of Robert Kerr who married 1784 Agnes Elder and resided in Franklin
County, Pennsylvania

Original Sheet from August 19, 1982 




Elder Family Researchers http://www.familytrail.com/elder/

Elder Family DNA Project




A search for an Elizabeth marrying an Elder in PA. They found Elizabeth Maips (Maipes) marrying James Elder 5 March 1759 in Swedes Church of Philadelphia, PA. Elizabeth Maipes died before James Elder and she died in PA. James and Elizabeth (Maipes) Elder stayed in PA until their deaths. Additional Information for James and Elizabeth (Maipes) Elder:

  • 1759 m 5 Mar 1759 Swede's Church, Philadelphia
  • 1761 had Martha Elder born abt 1761 married William Taylor
  • 1762 lived Fannet, Cumberland Co (later Franklin) PA
  • 1763 had Agnes Elder 17 Mar 1763
  • 1778 James Elder pd tax of 12 + pounds Fannet, Cumberland County, PA
  • 1779 James Elder owned 200 acres, 3 horses & 3 cattle
  • 1780 James Elder owned 200 acres, 6 horses & 6 cattle
  • 1781 James Elder owned 230 acres
  • 1782 James Elder owned 230 acres, 3 horses & 4 cattle
  • 1784 daughter Agnes Elder married Jun 1784 Robert Kerr
  • 1785 Franklin County, PA Deed Bk I, page 212 - James & Elizabeth (Maipes) Elder - 1785 - gave their land and other things to Robert Kerr
  • 1816 Elizabeth Maipes Elder d 17 Jul 1816 age about 106
  • 1817 Robert Kerr d 13 June 1817 - in his will recorded (Bk C page 343 Chambersburg, Franklin County, PA) provided for "my father-in-law James Elder" and mentions his wife, Agnes and their children
  • 1818 James Elder d 13 Aug 1818 about the age 102 (James and Elizabeth are buried in the Spring Run Cemetery in Path Valley, Franklin County, PA.)
  • 1859 Agnes Elder Kerr d 15 April 1859 - her obituary states that both her parents lived to be over 1200
Source for the above research is Mary Cole





------------------Sources:

   History of the Lucas and Simison Families by Dora Ann
   Taylor, Drake University, 1938, pp. 24-46
   Letters From Joan Thompson, Star Route Box 193, Payson, Arizona 85541
   Interview with Catherine Rardin Summerville, Main Street, Ligioner, Indiana, July 1982.

   Personal research and contributions from:
     Donald Gradeless, Brookfield, WI
     Kristi Johnson Hawthorne, Oceanside, CA
     Doug Mayer, Warsaw, IN (Principal Researcher)
     Zane Donaldson, Warrenville, IL
     Daniel Morgan Hendricks 
     Roy Wallace Simison




Simison References





Robert Simison

ROBERT SIMISON, one of the old and honored pioneers of Adams County, Indiana, was born in Warren County, Ohio, November 7, 1811, a son of John and Elizabeth (Fisher) Simison, who were natives of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, and of Scotch descent. John Simison, Sr. was born in Scotland, and came with his brother, Andrew Simison, to America, about the year 1765, settling in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, where he was married. He died in Pennsylvania. He was a soldier in the war of the Revolution. John Simison, the father of our subject, grew to manhood in Pennsylvania, living there until after his marriage. He removed to Ohio in 1808, when he settled in Warren County, and in 1818 settled near Fort Recovery, in Darke County, where they made their home till their death, both dying in 1822. Both were members of the Presbyterian church. Their family consisted of eight children, four sons and four daughters. The father was a farmer, which avocation he followed through life. He was a soldier in the war of 1812, joining the army in 1813. He served one year, and participated in the battle of the Thames under General Harrison. Robert Simison, our subject, remained at home until the death of his parents, after which he lived at different places until he became old enough to work for himself. Being left an orphan when but a lad of eleven years he was early inured to hard work, and being industrious and economical, he saved enough to enter the land in Monroe Township where he now resides. He was married November 17, 1836, to Miss Rebecca Davis, in Wells County, Indiana. She was born in Greene County, Tennessee, June 24, 1818, a daughter of George and Margaret (Scott) Davis, her father being a native of Virginia. Both of her parents had been married before. They settled in Union County, Indiana, in an early day, where they lived till their death. Eight children have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Simison - George, John, Margaret, Mary (deceased), Sarah A. (deceased), Samuel, Eliza A. (deceased), and Catherine. Mr. Simison came to Adams County, and entered his land about 1835, on which he settled March 4, 1837. He erected a log cabin nineteen feet square, with puncheon floor, in which not a nail was used in its construction. His land when he first settled on it was heavily covered with timber. Many were the trials and hardships endured by this brave pioneer and his family, but they have lived to enjoy the fruits of their years of toil, and have seen the wilderness change into well-cultivated fields and prosperous villages. After living in their humble log cabin several years, the father built a more commodious frame dwelling, which they occupied until 1874, when their present substantial residence was erected. Mr. Simison was the owner of the town site of Buena Vista, which he plated in 1856, the sale of lots beginning January 1, 1857. He has always followed farming, in which he is still engaged. In politics he is a Democrat, and has always taken an active interest in the public affairs of his township or county.

Biographical and Historical Record - Adams and Wells Counties Indiana Lewis Publishing Co. Chicago, IL 1887

Researcher: Roy Wallace Simison


Dr. John Simison

Dr. JOHN SIMISON, one of the prominent physicians of Romney, Tippecanoe County, is a native of Ohio, born in Columbiana County, November 16, 1824, a son of ROBERT E. SIMISON, who is now deceased. His father was a hatter by trade, and was a soldier in the war of 1812. The doctor was reared in his native State, receiving his education at Atwater Academy in Portage County. In 1846 he came to Indiana, locating at Rockville where he taught school three years, and during this time he read medicine in his leisure hours, under the preceptorship of Doctors ALLEN and RICE of that place. He attended the Ohio Medical College at Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1850, and in 1851 he came to Romney, where he has since followed the medical profession, and during his long residence here he has built up a large and successful practice, and by his genial manners and cordial disposition he has made may friends, and gained the confidence and esteem of all who know him. His son, JOHN F., a rising young physician is now associated with him, taking a great share of his father's practice. Dr. SIMISON was united in marriage March 25, 1851, to Miss HARRIET E. AGNEW, a daughter of GIBSON AGNEW, deceased, and a niece of Dr. AGNEW, who was one of the consulting physicians during President Garfield's last illness. Dr. and Mrs. SIMISON are the parents of six children, named as follows--ALICE, BOYD D., JOHN F., CHARLES G., DAVID P., and GERTRUDE M., the last three being students at De Paw University at Greencastle, Indiana. The doctor is a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. His first presidential vote was cast for General Taylor in 1848, and since the organization of the Republican party he has affiliated with that great political body. He is a Master Mason and is a charter member of Lodge 441, at Romney.

Biographical Record and Portrait Album of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, 1888, pp. 363-364




History of Pittsburgh and Environs, V 5
American Historial Society, Chicago, 1922


Biographical: Page 95:

William (2) Denny, second son of William (1) and Agnes (Parker) Denny, was born in Chester county, in 1737. In his manhood years he lived in Carlisle, Pa., and was the contractor for the erection of the first Cumberland county court-house in 1765. He as coroner of Cumberland county, 1768-1770. During the Revolution he was a commissary of issues. He was a gentlemen of the old school, high-minded, dignified, and courteous. He died about 1800. Her married in 1760, Agnes Parker. She was a daughter of John and Margaret (McClure) Parker, and was born near Carlisle, in 1741
Richard and Janet Parker were pioneer settlers of the Cumberland Valley. Crossing from the province of Ulster, Ireland, the settled adjacent to the glebe lands at Meeting-house Springs, on the Conodoguinet river. He died prior to 1750, his wife surviving him for fifteen years
John Parker, son of Richard and Janet Parker, was born about 1716 and died prior to 1785. He married April 20, 1740, Margaret McClure, daughter of John and Jenet McClure, the first white settlers on the site of Carlisle.
Richard Parker, eldest son of John and Margaret (McClure) Parker, was born in 1743. He served in the Revolution and afterward removed to Kentucky, where he died. One of his daughters married Thomas Crittenden, a brother of the Hon. John Crittenden.
Elizabeth Parker, daughter of John and Margaret (McClure) Parker, married Francis Campbell, who, in his day, was a leading citizen of Shippensburg, PA. Their eldest son Parker Campbell, married Elizabeth Calhoun, a daughter of Dr. John and Ruhannah (Chambers) Calhoun. Another son, James Campbell, a lawyer in York, Pa., married Cassandra Miller, daughter of General Henry Miller.
Alexander Parker, another son of John and Margaret (McClure) Parker, was born in 1753, and died in 1792. He served in Colonel's Irvine's regiment in the Revolution, and was a captain of the Pennsylvania line. After the Revolution he laid out the town of Parkersburg, at the mouth of the Little Kanawha river, in West Virginia. He married Rebecca Blair, daughter of William Blair, and she, after his death became the wife of Charles McClure, Judge William McClure of Pittsburgh, being a son of this second marriage, Judge McClure was thus a nephew of John Parker's wife, Margaret McClure, she being a sister of his father.
Mary Parker, another daughter of John and Margaret (McClure) Parker, married William Fleming, of Cumberland county. They had two sons, James and John and eight daughters. The oldest daughter Ann, married William Lyon, and was the mother of Margaret Lyon, who became the wife of Rev. David Denny; and of Alice Lyons, the wife of Judge George Chambers, of Chambersburg. All the daughters of William and Mary (Parker) Fleming intermarried with old Cumberland county families, including the Greggs, Elliotts, Randolphs and Crains.
Agnes Parker, daughter of John and Margaret (McClure) Parker, married William (2) Denny, above).
Issue of William (2) and Agnes (Parker) Denny: 1. Ebenezer Denny , of whom below. 2. Priscilla Denny, born May 28, 1763, died in Carlisle, Pa., Feb. 22. 1849, married Simon Boyd, an officer, according to tradition, in the second battalion of the Cumberland County Associators; no issue. 3. William Denny, born March 24, 1765, died in infancy. 4. Nancy (Agnes) Denny, born Aug. 31 1768, died unmarried, Jan 11. 1843. 5. Margaret Denny, born June 25, 1771, died Dec. 8, 1847; married April 11, 1793, Samuel Simison. Issue: i. Parker Simison, ii. Elder Simison; iii. John Simison, iv. Boyd Denny Simison; v. Nancy Simison, married Elisha Doyles, vi. Isabella Simison, died in infancy; vii. Eliza Simison. 6. Mary Denny, born Feb. 13, 1775, died in 1777. 7. Mary Polly Denny, married George Murray, of whom below. 8. Elizabeth Denny, born April 22, 1781, died, unmarried, March 27, 1848. 9. Boyd Denny, born Feb 20, 1783; died in Pittsburgh.




Based on the Above Reference


William Denny son of William & Agnes (Parker) Denny
Married
Agnes daughter of John & Margaret (McClure) Parker

William & Agnes (Parker) Denny:
	1. Ebenezer Denny
	2. Priscilla Denny born May 28, 1763
	   died in Carlisle PA Feb. 22. 1849
	   married Simon Boyd no issue. 
	3. William Denny born March 24, 1765
		   died in infancy. 
	4. Nancy (Agnes) Denny born Aug. 31 1768
	   died unmarried Jan 11. 1843
	5. Margaret Denny born June 25, 1771
	   died Dec. 8, 1847 
	   married April 11, 1793
	   Samuel Simison.  Issue: 
	     i. Parker Simison 
	    ii. Elder Simison 
	   iii. John Simison 
	    iv. Boyd Denny Simison 
	     v. Nancy Simison m. Elisha Doyles
	    vi. Isabella Simison died in infancy
	   vii. Eliza Simison. 
	6. Mary Denny born Feb. 13, 1775
	   died in 1777
	7. Mary Polly Denny m. George Murray
	8. Elizabeth Denny b April 22, 1781
	   died unmarried March 27, 1848
	9. Boyd Denny, born Feb 20, 1783
	   died in Pittsburgh.



Darke County, Ohio Early Marriages 1817-1850

Groom                Bride                Date           Book Page Performed by
Simison, Jno.        Johnston, Mary       23 Feb 1848     3- 147   John Graham, MG



From Records of the Studebaker Family in America:
Peter Studebaker Born circa 1790. Peter married Mary Jane Simison (b. 1796)
in 1821. They met in Greenville, Ohio, near Fort Recovery. Peter died in 1840. Their children:
    (1) Abram Studebaker, b. 1822, d. 1824.
    (2) Rachel Studebaker, b. 1824, d. 1829.
    (3) David E. Studebaker, b. 1827, d. 1904, m. Harriet Evans and Jennie Phelps.
    (4) Elizabeth Studebaker, b. 1829, d. 1901, m. Amos Curry.
    (5) John Studebaker, b. 1832, d. 1851.
    (6) Catharine Studebaker, b. 1834, d. 1913, m. David W. Champer.
    (7) Abram Studebaker, b. 1837, d. 1906, m. Maria Stoops and Sarah Catherine McConkey.
Chapter 1

History of Jay County, Indiana by W. M. Montgomery,
Church Goodman & Cushing, Chicago, IL 1864. The First Family in Jay County, Page 13-17

On the 15th of February 1821, Mr. Peter Studabaker and Miss Mary Simison were joined in the bands of holy wedlock at the house of the Simison family, where Fort Recovery, Mercer County, Ohio, now stands. The newly married pair resolved to go still farther on the frontier, and hew out for themselves a home in the wilderness. So they gathered their household goods, and with several friends entered the wilds, soon striking the "Quaker Trace" leading from Richmond to Fort Wayne, which they followed until they reached the Wabash River. This spot was their destination, and upon the low bank, near the water's edge, they prepared to "camp." Cutting four forked poles, they drove one end of each into the ground, laid poles and brush across the top, and their camp was completed. A fire was kindled at one end, by which the young wife cooked supper for the company - her first experience in house, or rather camp-keeping, by herself. Their simple repast was highly relished and soon dispatched, and they retired to rest, blankets spread upon the ground serving for beds.

Sleep has scarcely calmed the wearied company when they were aroused by the yells of a gang of approaching wolves. Elsewhere came an answering howl, then another and another, till the forests seemed ringing with their hideous yells. The howling became so terrific, the dog sprang out and threatened to give battle, but soon came bounding back, panic stricken, and jumped upon the nuptial bed. As they lay there, so close to the bank, they could see about a dozen wolves at the water's edge on the opposite shore. Soon they heard the sharp, savage snap of wolf-teeth near their bed, and glaring eyes shone in the darkness within six feet of their camp. The men sprang from the ground in alarm; seized their rifles and fired. The howling pack fled in haste and did not return. Again the men lay down, and soon "tired nature's sweet restorer" calmed their fears, and they slept soundly till morning - perhaps dreaming of the pleasant homes and dear friends of their childhood. Thus camped and slept the first white family that ever trod the wilderness which fifteen years afterward became Jay County.

This was on the farm now owned by Samuel Hall, on the south bank of the Wabash, at New Corydon. Soon Mr. S. built a cabin, "all of the olden time," and into it they moved, with the naked earth for a floor. This cabin, the first home of that now widely known pioneer family - a rude hut twelve by sixteen, of small round logs, with clapboard roof held on by "weight poles," - was the first civilized dwelling ever erected in our county. Unbroken forests were on every hand, no house within fifteen miles - no mill or store in thirty-five. Their only companions were Indians - their only foes were wolves.

These animals, always annoying by their constant howling, were often very troublesome. It was next to impossible to raise stock of any kind. Once a wolf came up to the house in open daylight, to attack a calf, when Mrs. S. appeared, and it ran off. AT other times they were still bolder. One night a pack attacked the hogs. Mr. S. went out with his gun, his wife holding a torch while he shot at them five times, but without effect, and they came still nearer, snapping their teeth almost within reach. They seemed bent on an attack, and the entreaties of his wife at last prevailed on him to go into the house.

Mr. Studabaker obtained a livelihood in various ways - principally by hunting. His delight was to be in the wilderness, beyond the reach of society and its innovations. He loved the quiet grandeur of the forest, and the excitement of hunting deer, squirrels, otters, wild ducks, wolves and bears, possessed to him irresistible charms. The game he killed furnished meat for his table in abundance, and of the rarest kind. But they had other sources of income. Even at that early day many travelers passed along the "Quaker Trace," and they all stopped to enjoy the hospitality of these pioneers. In fact, at the time it was rather a matter of necessity, as the distance in either direction to any other house was a day's travel. The "Quaker Trace" was so called because it was opened and traveled by the Quakers of Wayne County, on their way to Fort Wayne to market.

Mr. S. sometimes traded provisions to the Indians for furs, and by selling the furs added something to his income. An incident of this kind is worth relating.

In the fall of 1821, Mr. S. and Thomas Robinson, who then lived on the "Prairie," in what is now Adams County, went to Greenville and got some flour, and bringing it to the Wabash, dug out a large canoe and started down the river, to sell their flour to the Miami Indians, in a town at the mouth of the Mississinewa - one hundred miles by the river route, and a few miles above Peru, Miami County, Indiana. Easily and rapidly they glided down the smooth waters of the Wabash. In the afternoon of the second day they came in sight of the town. They soon saw that the Indians were on a desperate "spree," and were all dancing, singing, yelling and fighting. They wisely concluded it would not be safe to visit the town that night, so they rowed up the river a short distance, anchored their canoe, went ashore and camped for the night. The next day they went down towards the town. Robinson staid with the canoe, while Studabaker went to negotiate a sale of the flour. The first Indian he met was a squaw, named "Bigknife," with whom he was well acquainted. She told him they had a terrible time the night before, and that in the fighting several Indians had been killed, and that they were all in their huts, sleeping off the effects of their revelry. He inquired if any of the men were sober. She replied that one was, and offered to conduct him to the hut where that Indian slept. On their way through the village, which seemed almost deserted, they passed by a young Indian who was lying with his stomach ripped open, and part of his entrails lying upon the ground, but still alive. They went and aroused the sober Indian, who after much painting and ornamenting, went with Mr. Studabaker to the canoe. On their way they passed the wounded Indian. A squaw was sitting by his side, weeping, replacing the entrails, and with an awl and deer's sinew was sewing up the horrible wound. The Indian looked at the flour, and pointing to the sun and the western sky, said that when the sun reached such a place the Indians would get hungry and come and buy. At the appointed time this sober Indian came down to the canoe, followed by the others, each of who purchased a small quantity of flour. Our adventurers then returned, occupying about three days in their upstream rowing.

This family endured very many severe hardships family endured very many severe hardships during their stay at this point on the Wabash. So the first families who settled in each section of the county endured privations and trials, which would have overwhelmed others less patient, energetic and brave. To the comfortably situated residents at the present time these trials seem almost incredible. Here is a leaf from the life of Mary Studabaker:

Late in the autumn of 1822, the Indians, as they were sometimes in the habit of doing, stole two colts - one from Mr. Studabaker, and one from his brother-in-law, John Simison. In the early part of winter Simison came to Studabaker's, and the two men set out for Wapakoneta, Ohio, in search of the colts among the Indians of that country. Before leaving, Mr. Studabaker hired a boy from the settlement to stay with his wife, who then had a babe only three months old, to cut the wood and build fires. The men had been gone scarcely an hour when this boy proved treacherous, and left Mrs. Studabaker and her child entirely alone. This placed her in an alarming situation. Her husband expected to be absent nearly a week; the weather was very cold, and she had no wood and but little strength. She was fifteen miles from any neighbors, in a wilderness full of roving gangs of Indians and wolves. The prospect was a dreary one. She saw her dangerous situation, and with heroic fortitude resolved to do her utmost to save herself and child. She devoted herself assiduously to chopping wood and building fires. Quite naturally she sought the kinds of wood that would chop the easiest, and sometimes cut "buckeye," the poorest of all wood. This made it difficult to keep good fires; but she managed to get along without suffering much, except from loneliness, until the fifth day, when the weather turned extremely cold. All this time had passed, and she had not seen a human being. Even the sight of an Indian would have gladdened her heart. This day she built a fire, but it would not burn. She chopped more wood and piled the great fireplace full, but all in vain. To use her own words, "It seemed to be, as it is said to be in Greenland sometimes, too cold for the fire to burn." Disheartened and despairing, as her last hope, she took her babe and went to bed. Here they must lie until assistance came, or freeze to death! But the kind care of an ever-watchful Father in Heaven was upon her. In about two hours Mr. Studabaker came home, bringing the stolen colt. He soon built a large, comfortable, crackling fire. How great was her joy at this very opportune rescuer!

Mrs. Studabaker gives the following account of the survey of this part of Indiana by the government surveyors. In the winter of 1821 and 1822 James Worthington, of Columbus, Ohio, son of Governor Worthington, accompanied by nine assistants, came to Mr. Studabaker's, and made their home with him during the three months occupied in making the survey. Having two sets of instruments, they operated in two distinct companies, and surveyed the territory now making the counties of Jay, Adams and Wells. They gave Mr. Studabaker a plat of their survey, which was very useful to the early settlers for many years. About forty rods below Hall & Arnett's Mills, at New Corydon, is a tree on which many dates have been cut, and among others the figures 1822." They are now grown up, so as too be barely visible, and have every appearance of having been put there at that time. It is quite likely the work of the government surveyors.

The First person born in Jay County was Abram Studabaker. He was born in the little cabin on the Wabash, September 29th, 1822, a child of the wilderness - the first born of the family and of the county. His life was but a blossom, having died March 11th, 1824, at Fort Recovery. Another son was afterward given the same name.

Mr. Studabaker moved to the Wabash with the intention of making that his permanent home; but the frequent overflows of the river at that time discouraged him, and finally led home to move away. One evening in the spring of 1822 several travelers stopped to stay all night. The Wabash was quite high, but not unusually so. Mrs. Studabaker made a bed on the floor, in which the travelers retired to rest. In the night, one of them thought he felt rater "moist," and on turning over found the puncheons were floating. They got up; one went up in the "loft," and the other concluded to nap the rest of the night away on the logs of wood by the fireplace. But the family, being more fortunate, was on a bedstead, and slept there until morning, when they found all the puncheons except the two in which the bedposts rested, floating about the room. Mr. Studabaker waded out and brought his canoe into the house, and took the family to dry land in the woods, where they camped until the water went down, which was in four or five days. In this way the Wabash overflowed the land about his cabin, and he moved back to Fort Recovery, having lived in Jay County about two years.

Mary Studabaker has been a pioneer all her life. She was born March 16th, 1796, in Sherman Valley, Pennsylvania. At the age of two years her father, John Simison, moved to Kentucky and settled within six mile of Lexington. Residing there six years, they moved to Warren County, Ohio. After living there ten or twelve years, they moved to Greenville, and from there, in the spring of 1817, to Fort Recovery. There was not a single family then living in all the region of the Upper Wabash. They were the first pioneers of Fort Recovery - that place so celebrated in history as the scene of St. Clair's defeat, and Mary was afterward of Jay, and still later of the south part of Adams County. There was a trading house then at Fort Recovery, built by David Connor. It was about twelve feet square, and surrounded by pickets - logs set in the ground reaching about eight feet high - as protection against the Indians. Into this house John Simison and family moved. Mr. Simison farmed the ground upon which the town is now built, while his boys did the hunting. He raised most of the living for the family, but had to go to Greenville to find a store and mill. He had a hand mill, and sometimes ground on that.

It was while living here that the Treaty was made with the Indians, October 6th, 1818. Dr. Perrine, of Greenville, attended that meeting. Starting in the morning, on foot, he expected to reach Simison's that evening; but night overtook him while he was in what is now Madison Township. Finding he must camp out, he was much alarmed lest the wolves should devour him. Coming upon a much-broken treetop, he set about building a camp that would protect him. Out of the broken limbs he built a very small, oval-shaped pen, leaving a hole at the bottom. Into this he crept, and drew a stick, prepared for the purpose, into the hole after him, thus effectually blocking all entrance. Curling up there he slept soundly. Some time after this Thomas Robinson settled beside Mr. Simison - then soon moved into Adams County.

But sorrow was in store for this family. Mrs. Simison died in September 1820, and on the last day of that ever-memorable year, her husband followed her. His burial took place on New Year's Day, 1821. Thomas Robinson and Peter Studabaker happened to be there at the time of his death, and making a rough box, which had to answer for a coffin, they buried their pioneer friend. But for the fortunate presence of these men, none beside the mourning orphans would have been there to perform the last sad offices for the lamented dead.

In a few weeks Mary was married, and entered upon her brief live of trials in Jay County. After moving back to Fort Recovery, Peter Studabaker was engaged briefly in farming for about twelve years, when he moved to Adams County, where he died June 15th, 1840. He was born in 1790, in Moreland County, Pennsylvania. Mary now lives with her son Abram, in Adams County, Indiana, in a log house, with one of those great old-fashioned cabin fireplaces, which so abundantly dispense warmth and cheerfulness to the inmates. It is about sixty feet from the river, upon the banks of which she has lived since her childhood days, nearly half a century. By the side of its quiet waters she was wooed and won, and has devotedly braved many dangers, reared a large family, and followed her husband and several children to the silent tomb. She he now seventy-four years of age, and though in feeble health, her mind still retains its original vigor. Strong common sense, quick perception and good judgment are her characteristics. Indeed, without these qualities, she could not have passed through so rugged and eventful a life. Her son, Honorable David Studabaker, has resided for many years in Decatur, Indiana, where he has been, and still is, a prominent attorney. He has represented that county in the Legislature of the State, and was for four years the State Senator from the district composed of the counties of Jay, Adams and Wells, in which position he sustained himself with credit.


WISCOTTA CEMETERY
Section 3, Union Township--Dallas County, Iowa
                                              DIED
Last Name        First               Day      Month  Year      Age
Simison          John                13       9      1869      69y 3m
Simison          Margaret            12       5      1887      84y


Fulton County Newspaper Excerpts 1877 
Rochester Sentinel March 3, 1877:

 MARRIAGE LICENSES issued during the month of February, 1877:
Jacob SIMISON to Harriet RAUCH; 


HIGHLAND CEMETERY, Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas
SURNAME        FIRST NAME                   BIRTH        DEATH       BURIAL  BLOCK LOT GRAVE
Simison        John H.                    16 Sep 1834  21 Jan 1931  29 Jan 1931  3 322 10
Simison        Keith                                                19 Jan 1935  3 322 8A
Simison        Lulu V.                           1870         1954   5 Oct 1954  3 322 12
Simison        Lydia J.                   13 Jan 1842   4 Jan 1917   4 Mar 1920  3 322  9
Simison        William D.                 16 May 1886  29 Mar 1975   2 Apr 1975  3 322  7
Simison        Winnie Effie                      1866         1952  22 Feb 1952  3 322 11


1900 Census

5 Jun 1900  Census, 719 Temple Street, Washington Court House
719 Temple Street, Dwelling 174 family 181 
Henry Burris     head     W M Aug 1872 27 M  0     Ohio Ohio Ohio carpenter rent house
Mulele Burris    wife     W M May 1872 17 M  0 0 0 Ohio Ohio Ohio
719 Temple Street, dwelling 176 family 182 
Owen M. Ireland  head     W M Aug 1850 49 M 23     Ill Ohio Ohio salesman machinery rents house
Veda Ireland     wife     W F Jan 1855 45 M 23 3 3 Ohio Penn Ohio
Jessie M Burris  daughter W F Jan 1878 22 M  2 1 1 Ohio Ill  Ohio
Dwight I Burris  grandson W M Jan 1900 6/12 S      Ohio Ohio Ohio
Laura L Ireland  daughter W F Jun 1880 19 S        Ohio Ill  Ohio Soap Rapper (Fact)
George E Ireland son      W M Feb 1884 16 S        Ohio Ill  Ohio at school 9 months
Wm Eyre          boarder  W M May 1876 24 S        Ohio Ill  Ohio Book Keeper (Soap Fact.)


1910 Census 

5 May 1910, Springfield township, Hamilton County, Ohio dwelling 887 family 886 
William J. Foster  head M w 34 M1 4     Ohio Ohio Ohio Stenographer US Gov owns house mortgage
Jessie M. Foster   wife F W 32 M1 4 2 2 Ohio Ohio Ohio
Margaret A. Foster dau  F W  4 S        Ohio Ohio Ohio
Charles H. Foster  son  M W  2 S        Ohio Ohio Ohio

1920 Census

10 January 1920, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio 1220 East Fifth Street dwelling 197 family 229
Wiiliam J. Foster  head rents   M W 43 M Ohio Penn     Penn Stenograher Machine shop
Jessie Foster      wife         F W 40 M Ohio Illinois Ohio
Augusta Foster     daughter     F W 14 S Ohio Ohio     Ohio
Charles Foster     son          M W 11 S Ohio Ohio     Ohio

10 January 1920, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio 1224 East Fifth Street 198 229 
William N. Eyre   42 head rents M W 42 M Ohio Ohio     Ohio Accounty US Ordinance
Laura L. Eyre     38 wife       F W 38 M Ohio Illinois Ohio 
Louise Greiner    24 cousin     F W 24 S Ohio Ohio     Ohio Clek Cash Register
Dwight I. Burris  20 nephew     M W 20 S Ohio Ohio     Ohio Asst Paymaster Fare Register

1930 Census

April 9 1930 Census 3815 Third Street, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio dwelling 286 family 285 
Charles N. Foster  head Rent $40 radio M W 22 M Ohio Ohio Ohio bookkeeper Scales
Marjorie D. Foster wife                F W 23 M Ohio Ohio Ohio file clerk Scales





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