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301 Census records
British Census
1841 Lancashire
Christopher STEPHENSON, living in Galgate, aged 45, Ag Laborer, with wife Margaret (45), Christopher (20), William (15), Edward (12), Dorothy (10), Jane (7), John (5), Isaac (30, Adam Gillibrand (24), Hannah (24), and Margaret (1).

1851 Lancashire
Christopher STEPHENSON, widower, age 57, born in Heysham, is living in the Township of Ellel, Village of Galgate, in Canal Cottage. His occupation is Canal Bank Manager. Also listed are daughter Dorothy unmarried age 19 b. Carnforth, son John age 14 b. Carnforth, son Isaac age 12 born Carnforth, and grandson C.S. Button [?] age 3 b. Ellel.

1861 Lancashire
Christopher STEPHENSON is living in the Township of Thurnham at 1 Lock Cottage. His occupation is Lock Keeper. Also listed are son-in-law Robert FISHER age 32, daughter Dorothy FISHER age 29, granddaughter Anne FISHER age 6, granddaughter Alice FISHER age 3, granddaughter Margaret FISHER age 3 and grandson Robert FISHER age 8 months. All grandchildren born in Thurnham.

 
Stephenson, Christopher (I1488)
 
302 Census records
Charles Haws listed in 1840 in Beaver, Clarion Co., PA with Maria and 9 children. Lists Maria's age as 47 which is too high (should be 44)

 
Ritts, Anna Maria (I6132)
 
303 Census records
There is an Adam Jacoby and family in Richland Twp, Venango Co., PA in 1840 but they were both born before 1800. Older than Hannah.

 
Ritz, Hannah (I2119)
 
304 Check for record of will in 1876 in Belfast (per FamilySearch.org (National Archives of Ireland, Calendar of Wills... 1858-1877)

 
Glass, Thomas (I6009)
 
305 Check out Morris County, NJ Wills and Inventories
Seward, Daniel, 559N (Morris). Book M, p. 291. Guardian 1782
Daniel and his brother Samuel were appointed Guardianship of their brother Abraham.

November 11, 1785, Daniel became sole Guardian of Abraham.

REF: The early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches, and genealogies. (1895)
Chambers, Theodore Frelinghuysen
Dover, N.J.: Dover Printing Company
On-line: Google eBooks
p 486
II. DANIEL, m. first, - Skellinger (dau. of -); second, Sallie Baird; had ch.:
(I.). DANIEL, M. D., m. Julia Rumsey, and rem. To Goshen, N.Y.
(II). HENRY, b. 1792, d. 27 Aug., 1871, at 79, m. Beulah Ann Cooper (dau. Of Abraham), b. 1799, d. 9 Nov., 1885, at 86; had ch.: 1. Nathan; 2. Henry; 3. William.
(III). HECTOR, m. a Smith; rem. To Goshen, N.Y.
(IV). A SON, removed to New York.
NOTE: The above list of Daniel's four sons conflicts with others. Is this the Daniel that moved to KY? This source for Daniel's family is of doubtful accuracy.

REF: Ancestry.com. Obadiah Seward of Long Island, New York, and his descendants [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.
Original data: Seward, Frederick Whittlesey,. Obadiah Seward of Long Island, New York, and his descendants. Goshen, N.Y.: unknown, 1981.,
pp 99-100
15 Daniel4 Seward (Isaac3, Obadiah2, Obahiah1), b. ____ 1758; d. ____ 1794, m. ____ 1782, Mary Lee*, b. ___ 1761: d. 1828. residence Hamilton County, Ohio. Served as minute man in the Morris County, N. J., militia during the Revolutionary War. (This information is from the D.A.R. record of Marion Seward Holt, Nat'l No., 46921, and her sister Anna Elizabeth Seward Wallace, Nat'l No. 101585.)

According to Pension Record No. 2179 (National Archives, Washington, D.C.), a Daniel Seward was born in Morris County, N.J., on the 5th day of Nov. 1760; he was liviing in Fayette County, Pa., when he was drafted into the service. In Sept. 1786 he married Elizabeth Stewart at her father's home in Westmoreland County, Pa. They removed to Kentucky in 1788; removed to Columbia, Butler County, Ohio, in 1790 and returned to Kentucky in Nov. 1794. He died May 16, 1856, on the Dry Ridge, Grant County, Ky. Elizabeth Seward, his widow, received a pension.
Children: (According to D.A.R. records.)
i Millicent (Milly)5, b. Jan. 25. 1783: d. ____: m. ____ James Hoblett (Hoblit). They had a son Judge R. Hoblit of Lincoln, Ill.**
Note: * After the death of Daniel his widow married a man named Lee.
Note: ** Millicent Seward b. Jan. 25, 1782; d. May 14. 1854; m. ____ John Hoblit b. ____; d. Sept. 5. 1844. Both are buried in the old Clear Creek Cemetery about two miles from Atlanta, Ill. ... They had eleven children.
ii Mehitable, b. Feb. 1, 1785; d. young.
iii Mahalon, b. May 7, 1786; d. ____ 1822, Adams Co., Ill., m. ____, Margaret Beason. Brother Samuel was appointed guardian of their three children.
28 iv Samuel, b. Dec. 29, 1793; d. May 25, 1870; m. July ____ 1815, Ann Elizabeth Stewart, b. June 16, 1800; d. Jan. 25, 1822.

[This D.A.R. record confuses two Daniel Sewards. The Daniel listed in this record is the son of Samuel (Obadiah, Obadiah), not Daniel, son of Isaac (Obadiah, Obadiah).]

p 100
D.A.R. Application --- Anna Elizabeth Seward Wallace --- Nat'l No. 101585:
"Daniel Seward. b. Morris County. N. J. Feb. 28. 1758: d. Hamilton County. Ohio. Jan. 15. 1794.
Dau. of John Hoblit Seward. b. 1822: d. 1892: m. (1) wife Laura Roberts. b. 1842: m. 1858.
John Hoblit Seward. son of Samuel Seward. b. 1793: d. 1870: m. (1) Anna Elizabeth Stewart b. 1800; d. 1882; m. 1815.
Samuel Seward son of Daniel Seward. b. 1758 (6); d. 1794; m. (1) Mary Lee. b. 1761; d. 1828; m. 1782.
Daniel Seward son of Isaac b. 1733; d. 1769; m. Phebe. b. ___; d. ___; m. ___ 1753.
Isaac, son of Obadiah. b. 1702; d. 1751; m. Isabel 1720.
Obadiah, son of Obadiah. b. 1647; d. 1746; m. Ann 1664.
Daniel Seward was married at Morris County, N.J.. Feb. 28, 1782.
Children:
Milly b. Jan. 25, 1783; m. James Hoblit.
Mehitable b. Feb. 1, 1785; d. young.
Mahalon b. May 7, 1786; m. Margaret Beason.
Samuel b. Dec. 29, 1793; m. Ann Elizabeth Stewart.

p 101
From the Official Roster of the Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in the State of Ohio. (1929): ---
p. 227 "Seward, Daniel (Hamilton County) N.J. Mil. br. 1758 d. 1794 in Hamilton County. Ref: S.A.R. and Nat'l No. 101584 Vol 103, D.A.R. Lin. Fur infor Cincinnati Chap."
 
Seward, Daniel (I3022)
 
306 Check out Morris County, NJ Wills and Inventories
Seward, Obadiah, Jr., 40N (Morris). Book. F, p. 94. Intestate. 1751. Inventory. 1754.

REF: Ancestry.com. New Jersey Early Germans [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1998.
Original data: Chambers, Theodore Frelinghuysen. The Early Germans of New Jersey; Their History, Churches and Genealogies. Dover, NJ, USA: Dover Printing Co., 1895.
p 485
OBADIAH, 2d, son of Obadiah, rem. to Roxbury twp., Morris Co., where he owned land next to Samuel Swasey, Jr., in 1747. Letters of administration of his estate were granted, 3 June, 1751 [Trenton Lib. F. fol. 94], to his widow Isabella. Obadiah sold the farm where William Seward, Esq., now lives to Rev. Stephen Overton who occupied it for 32 years and then his daughter, Mrs. Elisabeth Faircloe, wife of Caleb, occupied it for 7 years, having inherited it, and at the end of that period sold it to Daniel Seward, the grandson of Obadiah. He had children, probably: Eliacum, b. 1724; Mehitable, m. 1743. Nathan Cooper (s. of Nathan); John, b. 29 March, 1730; Lydia, b. 1735, d. 22 Dec., 1775, at 20; Isaac (?).

REF: A History of Morris County, New Jersey: Embracing Upwards of Two Centuries, 1710-1913
Henry Cooper Pitney, Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1914
online, Google eBook
p 177
Chester Township
The tract upon which the village of Chester is built was surveyed in 1714, laid off in plats and settled on by emigrants from Easthampton and Southold, Long Island. Among the earliest names are those of Cooper, Seward, Horton, Luse, Terrry, Skellenger, Sweazy, Howell and Brown. 
Seward, Obadiah (I3149)
 
307 Checked Kensington Church records for 1756-1775 online at www.rays-place.com for Berlin, CT marriages. No Abijah Peck and Lucy Percival listed. Must be in other churches' records Family F425
 
308 Cholera epidemic of 1852 probably claimed:
Franz Henry Kemper and 4 of his children:
Gerhard Frederick Kemper
David Victor Kemper
Catherine Louise Kemper
Frederick William Kemper 
Kemper, Catherine Louise (I3578)
 
309 Cholera epidemic of 1852 probably claimed:
Franz Henry Kemper and 4 of his children:
Gerhard Frederick Kemper
David Victor Kemper
Catherine Louise Kemper
Frederick William Kemper 
Kemper, David Victor (I3577)
 
310 Cholera epidemic of 1852 probably claimed:
Franz Henry Kemper and 4 of his children:
Gerhard Frederick Kemper
David Victor Kemper
Catherine Louise Kemper
Frederick William Kemper 
Kemper, Frederick William (I3579)
 
311 Cholera epidemic of 1852 probably claimed:
Franz Henry Kemper and 4 of his children:
Gerhard Frederick Kemper
David Victor Kemper
Catherine Louise Kemper
Frederick William Kemper 
Kemper, Gerhard Frederick (I3545)
 
312 Christ (Mertz) Lutheran Church 1738 - 1889 Records, Berks County Historical Society, Henry Janssen Library, CR-M575B, Vol 1, p 118.
Christian Ritz and Dorethea (parents) Sara b. 9-20-1833 bapt. 10-31-1833, mother (sponsor) 
Ritz, Sarah (I2161)
 
313 Christ (Mertz) Lutheran Church 1738 - 1889 Records, Berks County Historical Society, Henry Janssen Library, CR-M575B, Vol 1, p 130.
Christian Ritz and Ana Maria (parents), Ester Ana b. 3-9-1833 bapt. 6-8-1833, Maria Roth (sponsor) 
Ritz, Ester Ana (I2162)
 
314 Christ (Mertz) Lutheran Church 1738 - 1889, Dryville, Rockland Twp, Berks County, Berks County Historical Society, Henry Janssen Library, CR-M575B, Vol 1, p 72:
George Ritz and Catharina (parents) Elisabeth b. 3-8-1812 bapt. 9-9-1812, Jonas Joachim and Elisabeth Hill (sponsors). 
Ritz, Elisabeth (I2115)
 
315 Christ (Mertz) Lutheran Church 1738 - 1889, vol 1, p 72, Berks County Historical Society, Henry Janssen Library, CR-M575B
Baptisms
George Ritz and Catharina (parents), Sara b. 1-18-1809 bapt. 9-9-1812, Steffen Glass and Maria (sponsors) 
Ritz, Sara (I2116)
 
316 Christ (Mertz) Lutheran Church Cemetery
Section W, Lot No. W143 
Ritz, Daniel S. (I2117)
 
317 Christening Record: Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, York, York, Pennsylvania. Weigel, Henrich (I2359)
 
318 Christening: 6 APR 1652 Reihen,Heidelberg,Baden,Germany
Death: 15 MAR 1766 in Reihen,Heidelberg,Baden,Germany
Is this the right Hans Heinrich? 
Hirzel, Hans Heinrich (I3398)
 
319 Church records
Baptismal record of St. Paul's or Smoke Church Congregation in Windsor Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1766-1875, Berks County Historical Society, Henry Janssen Library, CR-S149, p 16.
Ritz, Elias and Rosina (parents) Elias b. 1807 bapt. 10-11-1807, Matthias Sendel and Margaretha (sponsors).

 
Ritz, Elias (I2100)
 
320 Church records
Christ (Mertz) Lutheran Church 1738 - 1889, vol 1, p 46, Berks County Historical Society, Henry Janssen Library, CR-M575B
Baptisms
Peter Ritz and Margaretha (parents) Margaretha b. 8-27-1794 bapt. 10-19-1794, Carl Bernhardt and Margar Dreyin (sponsors)

 
Ritz, Margaret (I2096)
 
321 Church records
Church Record of the Longswamp Reformed Church, Berks County, PA 1762- 1810, Vol 1, Berks County Historical Society, Henry Janssen Library, p 34:
Christian Ritz and Magdalena (parents) Anna Maria b. Oct 8, 1806 bapt. Nov 8, 1806, Maria Voegele (sponsor).

 
Ritts, Anna Maria (I6132)
 
322 Church records
Church Records of the Goshenhoppen Reformed Church 1731 - 1830, Hinke, William J., Lancaster, 1920, Archive.org, accessed 13 Nov 2016, p373.
Records of the New Goshenhoppen Church
"Lists of Catechumens by Joh. Th. Faber
In the year 1779, Sept 2nd
#11 Elias Ritz"

 
Ritz, Elias (I6070)
 
323 Church records
Church Records of the Goshoppen Reformed Church 1731 - 1830, Hinke, William J., Lancaster, 1920, Archive.org, accessed 13 Nov 2016, p479.
Records of the Great Swamp Church
Communicant Lists of Rev. Fr. Wm. Von der Sloot
"Names of those who on April 13, 1818, were admitted to the Lord's Supper:
Names of the catechumens:
#16. John Ritz, aged 18 years"
p349
Entries by John Faber, Jr. (1819 - 1833)
Johannes Ritz is a sponsor to Uria Weiss (parents: Andreas Weiss and wife Maria) baptism on 13 Feb 1820

Church Records of the Goshoppen Reformed Church 1731 - 1830, Hinke, William J., Lancaster, 1920, Archive.org, accessed 13 Nov 2016, p352.
Records of the New Goshoppen Church
"Johannes, b. Aug. 6, '26, bap. Oct 29, '26, John Ritz and wife Sophia (parents), Joseph Gery, Lydia Ritz (sponsors)"

 
Ritz, John (I2102)
 
324 Church records
Church records of Wolf's or St. Paul's Reformed and Lutheran Church, West Manchester Township, York County, 1764-1936
Records can be viewed at a LDS library.

 
Weigel, Johan Sebastian (I1698)
 
325 Church records
East Haddam, Middlesex, CT
Records of the First Congregational Church at East Haddam, Connecticut, 1704-1802 (Online database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2003), (Typescript transcription, transcriber unknown. "Records of the First Congregational Church at East Haddam, Connecticut, 1704?1802," no date.) Vol 025, East Haddam, p 230:
"Percival, Abigail w. Jeams, adm. ch. Feb. 2, 1706/7, by letter from Church of Christ, at Barnstable. Vol 1, p4"

 
Robinson, Abigail (I508)
 
326 Church Records
Lebanon Crank (Congregational Church)
Ancestry.com. Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: 2013.
Original data: Connecticut. Church Records Index. Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Connecticut. p166-8
"Amasa s. Ebenezer, bp. [172[] ] Vol 1, p17

 
Woodworth, Amasa (I1246)
 
327 Church Records
Lebanon Crank (Congregational Church)
Ancestry.com. Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: 2013.
Original data: Connecticut. Church Records Index. Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Connecticut. p166-8
"Ebenezer, his w., bp. & o.c. [ ], [172[] ] Vol. 1, p17"
"Ebenezer, Eliphalet, Joseph, & Zerviah, children of Ebenezer, bp. [ ], [172[] ] Vol. 1, p 17"
"Ebenezar, his w., d. [ ], 1783 Vol. 5, p 355"
"Ebenezer, d. [ ], 1804, aged Vol. 5, p 366-7"

 
Smalley, Rebecca (I1242)
 
328 Church Records
Lebanon Crank (Congregational Church)
Ancestry.com. Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: 2013.
Original data: Connecticut. Church Records Index. Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Connecticut. p166-8
"Ebenezer, his w., bp. & o.c. [ ], [172[] ] Vol. 1, p17"
"Ebenezer, Eliphalet, Joseph, & Zerviah, children of Ebenezer, bp. [ ], [172[] ] Vol. 1, p 17"
"Ebenezar, his w., d. [ ], 1783 Vol. 5, p 355"
"Ebenezer, d. [ ], 1804, aged Vol. 5, p 366-7"

 
Woodworth, Eliphalet (I1244)
 
329 Church Records
Lebanon Crank (Congregational Church)
Ancestry.com. Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: 2013.
Original data: Connecticut. Church Records Index. Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Connecticut. p166-8
"Ebenezer, his w., bp. & o.c. [ ], [172[] ] Vol. 1, p17"
"Ebenezer, Eliphalet, Joseph, & Zerviah, children of Ebenezer, bp. [ ], [172[] ] Vol. 1, p 17"
"Ebenezar, his w., d. [ ], 1783 Vol. 5, p 355"
"Ebenezer, d. [ ], 1804, aged Vol. 5, p 366-7"

 
Woodworth, Joseph (I1245)
 
330 Church Records
Lebanon Crank (Congregational Church)
Ancestry.com. Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: 2013.
Original data: Connecticut. Church Records Index. Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Connecticut. p166-8
"Ebenezer, his w., bp. & o.c. [ ], [172[] ] Vol. 1, p17"
"Ebenezer, Eliphalet, Joseph, & Zerviah, children of Ebenezer, bp. [ ], [172[] ] Vol. 1, p 17"
"Ebenezar, his w., d. [ ], 1783 Vol. 5, p 355"
"Ebenezer, d. [ ], 1804, aged Vol. 5, p 366-7"
"Zerviah, d. [ ], 1810 Vol.5, p 370"
This may be a different Zerviah (she would have been 90 years old)

 
Woodworth, Zerviah (I1243)
 
331 Church Records
Lebanon Crank (Congregational Church)
Ancestry.com. Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: 2013.
Original data: Connecticut. Church Records Index. Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Connecticut. p166-8
"John, s. Eb[e]n[eze]r bp. June 15, 1735 Vol. 1, p 13"

 
Woodworth, John (I1248)
 
332 Church Records
Lebanon Crank (Congregational Church)
Ancestry.com. Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: 2013.
Original data: Connecticut. Church Records Index. Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Connecticut. p166-8
"Rebecca, d. Ebenezer, bp. "from May 27, 1729 Vol. 1, p 10"

 
Woodworth, Rebecca (I1247)
 
333 Church Records
Lebanon Crank (Congregational Church)
Church Records
Lebanon Crank (Congregational Church)
New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Volume 20, January 1866, p 45 - 47
Rate Bill For The North Parish of Lebanon, (Now Columbia), Conn., For The Year 1741; John B. Newcomb.
p 46: Ebenezer WOODWARTH, Jur. 1-01-00 (lbs, s, d)

Ancestry.com. Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: 2013.
Original data: Connecticut. Church Records Index. Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Connecticut. Volume 020 - Columbia, p166-8
"Ebenezer, his w., bp. & o.c. [ ], [172[] ] Vol. 1, p17"
"Ebenezer, Eliphalet, Joseph, & Zerviah, children of Ebenezer, bp. [ ], [172[] ] Vol. 1, p 17"
"Ebenezar, his w., d. [ ], 1783 Vol. 5, p 355"
"Ebenezer, d. [ ], 1804, aged Vol. 5, p 366-7"

Actual church records can be viewed at LDS library only

 
Woodworth, Ebenezer (I1083)
 
334 Church Records
Lebanon Crank (Congregational Church)
New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Volume 20, January 1866, p 45 - 47
Rate Bill For The North Parish of Lebanon, (Now Columbia), Conn., For The Year 1741; John B. Newcomb.
p 46: Ebenezer WOODWARTH 4-19-04 (lbs, s, d)

Ancestry.com. Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: 2013.
Original data: Connecticut. Church Records Index. Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Connecticut. p166-8
"Ebenezer, his w., bp. & o.c. [ ], [172[] ] Vol. 1, p17"
"Ebenezer, Eliphalet, Joseph, & Zerviah, children of Ebenezer, bp. [ ], [172[] ] Vol. 1, p 17"
"Ebenezar, his w., d. [ ], 1783 Vol. 5, p 355"
"Ebenezer, d. [ ], 1804, aged Vol. 5, p 366-7"

LDS church records cannot be viewed online, only at LDS libraries
LDS Film #4724, 1700-1883
LDS Film #4726 Items 1-3, Exeter Society, 1709-1920
LDS Film #4726 Items 4-5, Goshen Society, 1728-1895
Lebanon Society inhabitants were given leave to organize a church in 1700. Part was set off as Lebanon Crank [sic] Society in 1716. Part was set off as Lebanon South West Society in 1728. In 1804 the Society was divided, the old part being named the South Society and the new part the North Society. The North Society soon became extinct.

CT State Library:
The Town of Lebanon was incorporated in October 1700. Columbia, originally called Lebanon Crank, was established as a separate town in May 1804. As the community grew in population, it was divided into several ecclesiastical societies. The First Society is at the town center and is graced by a large brick meetinghouse and identified by its huge green. Subsequent societies were organized in Lebanon Crank, Goshen, and Exeter. At around the time of the incorporation of Columbia, the First Society was divided in the South and North Societies.

 
Woodworth, Ebenezer (I1241)
 
335 Church records
Longswamp Church records at LDS cannot be viewed on-line

 
Ritts, Christian (I278)
 
336 Church Records
Records of the First Congregational Church, East Haddam, CT 1704-1802
No records listed of James' children being baptized in this church.

Check the church records for West Colchester, CT

 
Percival, James (I505)
 
337 Church records
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Smoke Church, R.D. 3, Hamburg, PA 1756 - 1981, Berks County Historical Society, Henry Janssen Library, CR-S149p, p94:
Elisabeth 3/3/1807 9/20/1807 Elias & Rosina Ritz

 
Ritz, Elisabeth (I2128)
 
338 Church records
The church on the green : the first two centuries of the First Congregational Church at Washington, Connecticut, 1741-1941
Includes a number of Ingrahams and Bakers and Durkees
Need to read the whole book

 
Ingraham, Benjamin (I1720)
 
339 Church Records
Thomas Knowlton was Deacon at the Ipswich Church from 1667 to 1678

 
Knowlton, Deacon Thomas (I2637)
 
340 Church records
Westmoreland county, PA
Baptismal record, Harold's (Herold's) Reformed Church, Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, and other early Reformed churches in Westmoreland and adjoining counties : private record of John William Weber, Film #1312861 Item 2
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/190863?availability=Family%20History%20Library
Can be viewed at an LDS library only.

First Reformed Church of Greensburg, PA
Baptisms, 1779-1815, Film #387927
Microreproduction of original at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
Can be viewed at an LDS library only.


 
Hoblit, Johannes Michael (I994)
 
341 Church records
Wright, F. Edward, 18th Century Records of the Germantown Reformed Church of Pennsylvania, (Lewes, Delaware: Colonial Roots, 1994), 14.
John Peter, son of Christian Ritz and Juliana, b. May 22, 1759, bapt. June 3, 1759. Spon: John Peter Paris and wife Magdalene

 
Ritz, John Peter (I6074)
 
342 Church Records of the Goshoppen Reformed Church 1731 - 1830, Hinke, William J., Lancaster, 1920, Archive.org, accessed 13 Nov 2016
p315
Records of the New Goshoppen Church
Baptisms by Rev. John Theobald Faber 1766-1779
"Segler, Anna Rosina d. of Abraham Segler b. 1767, May 31; sp. Michael Moll and wife"
p374
Confirmed May 24, 1783
Single persons
"Rosina Segler" (she is in the same Confirmation class as Elias' brother, John).

Need to research if this is our Rosina. Michael Moll is the brother of Abraham's wife, Barbara Moll.
Others spell the last name as Sechler.

 
Schneider, Rosina (I6089)
 
343 Church Records of the Goshoppen Reformed Church 1731 - 1830, Hinke, William J., Lancaster, 1920, Archive.org, accessed 13 Nov 2016, p352.
Records of the New Goshoppen Church
"Johannes, b. Aug. 6, '26, bap. Oct 29, '26, John Ritz and wife Sophia (parents), Joseph Gery, Lydia Ritz (sponsors)"
This is Lydia's brother John and his wife Sophia.

 
Ritz, Lydia (I2163)
 
344 Church Records of the Goshoppen Reformed Church 1731 - 1830, Hinke, William J., Lancaster, 1920, Archive.org, accessed 13 Nov 2016, p352.
Records of the New Goshoppen Church
"Johannes, b. Aug. 6, '26, bap. Oct 29, '26, John Ritz and wife Sophia (parents), Joseph Gery, Lydia Ritz (sponsors)" 
Ritz, John S. (I2106)
 
345 Church Records of the Goshoppen Reformed Church 1731 - 1830, Hinke, William J., Lancaster, 1920, Archive.org, accessed 13 Nov 2016, p374.
Lists of Catechumems by Joh. Th. Faber
May 24, 1783
Single Persons
"Johannes Ris"
 
Ritz, John (I6075)
 
346 Church records show April 31, 1773
 
Bartling, Louisa Margarita (I4090)
 
347 City DIrectories
1866 Springfield, IL
P C Haughey, Salesman, I. P. Strayer, New Berlin

 
Haughey, Preston C. (I1894)
 
348 Civil War
Need to search this book for finding what Regiment Zadock was in:
Official Roster of Soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, a twelve-volume compilation of Ohio regimental rosters published from 1886 to 1895 by Werner Company, Akron,Ohio.
Check out 76th Regiment from Norwalk, Ohio
http://my.ohio.voyager.net/~lstevens/civwar/

Ancestry.com
Civil War Pension Index
Co K, US Vet, V Engrs

REF: "Huron County, OH Cemetery Inscriptions" published by The Huron County Chapter of OGS, 1997.
ZADOC, 685
ZADOCK, 554
ORPHA, 638

Woodlawn Cemetery, Norwalk Twp, Section 1, Ave C, Row 15
MARTIN, Zadock Co K, US Vet, V Engrs (GAR)

Woodlawn Cemetery Burial Cards List
Martin, Hattie, bur 29 Apr 1949
Martin, James, bur 30 Apr 1887
Martin, James Albert, bur 3 Oct 1935
Martin, William T., bur 4 Jan 1933
Martin, Zadoc, bur 5 Mar 1914

Census
1830 census for Chautauqua Co., NY lists a Zadock Martin who is between 40 and 50 and a Jason Martin (living next door and is between 30 and 40) that has a child under 5 (my Zadock would be about 3 years old in 1830). Is it possible that Jason is the son of Zadock and named his son after his father?
1840 census for Allegany Co., NY lists a "Z. Marton" who is between 60 and 70 years old with a male child between 5 and 10. Is this Zadock's father?
1870 census shows that 4 of the kids were born in Iowa. This means that the 1860 census should show Zadock and his family somewhere in Iowa ... but where?

1st Reg, volunteers, Ohio Engineers Company, May 1861. Was wounded at Peach Orchard and Wheat Field, Gettysburg battle ground and later became blind as a result of the wounds.

REF: Fornof Genealogy site: www.fornof.org
Occupation: Laborer. He also was a cabinet maker and operated a dairy.

Zadock was born in Lawrence County, New York on March 18, 1826 [Source: Application for Admission to Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' home; another source states that birth year was 1827. Obituary notice lists birth place. ] Inez's notes indicate that he was born in Franklin, New York.

Certified Copy of Marriage Record
Zadock Martin and Olive Wilcox, May 18, 1847, Norwalk, Huron County

Census Record, August 5, 1850, Wakeman Township, Huron County, #517
Zadock Martin, 22, born in New York
Olive, 16, born in New York
Edgar Martin, 1, born in Ohio

Certified Copy of Marriage Record
Zadock Martin and Orpha Knapp, married September 1, 1854, per certificate issued August 26, 1854, at Wakeman, Huron County Ohio

According to notes by Inez Bartlett:

"Zaddock was married twice. His first wife was also from East Townsend, Ohio. They had several more children. They had twin children who died at birth of typhoid fever. (Source: "Uncle Bert"). He then married Orpha Knapp. They went by covered wagon to Iowa. When the Civil War broke out, he came to Townsend and left his six children, swam the Huron River and enlisted in the Ohio Volunteer Engineers Company K. Record is on the monument issued by US Government War Department. 'One of the first regiments to answer Lincoln's call for men.' " Note: while the regiment was one of the first, Zadock's enlistment records indicate that he did not enlist until 1864.

Text written by Adam Fornof on blue stationery from The World Fire and Marine Insurance Company:

"Zedock Martin - Husband of Orpah Martin was in Iowa when Civil War broke out. Tried to enlist in Iowa regiment, but after hiking for 24 hours the river was too high and they could not cross into the town to enlist. They then hiked to Townsend Ohio, and enlisted in 1st Ohio Veteran Volunteer Engineers. Their operations were in Tennessee, then transferred to Decatur, Alabama, to build pontoon bridges for Sherman's march to the sea. Was stationed on Mission Ridge in a blockhouse. He was assigned to the top bunk and when he went to get in discovered a dead (Johnny) (or Rebel) in the bunk. The block house had not been occupied for 2 months, he took out the dead soldier and buried him, and then used the bunk."

Notes by Adam Ferguson Fornof:

"Record from the Adjutant General's Office at Washington DC: Zadock Martin aged 36 years, born in Franklin New York, was enrolled August 31, 1864 at Norwalk Ohio, was mustered into the service September 3, 1864 as a Private, Company K., 1st US Veterans Volunteer Engineers and was honorably discharged June, 30 1865 as a private at Nashville Tennessee. According to Tom Blackburn's notes the regiment was composed of members of the Pioneer Brigade, Department of the Cumberland, and served as engineers for the Army of the Cumberland. These notes are on an original letter from the War Department to John Bartlett dated June 1, 1941, stating that they had no record of a Zadock Martin serving in the Army of Ohio."

Census Record, July 21, 1870, Norwalk Township, Huron County, p. 2
Zadock Martin, 44, laborer, born New York
Orpha, 31, born Ohio
Edgar, 20, born Ohio
Laura, 18, born Ohio
William, 15, born Ohio
Frank, 13, born Iowa
James, 11, born Iowa
Mary E., 9, born Iowa
Emma J., 7, born Iowa
Annie, 5, born Ohio
Hattie (?), 3, born Ohio
Perry, 7/12, born in February, Ohio

June 11, 1880 Census Record, Norwalk Village, Huron County, p. 2
Zadock Martin, 58, laborer, born New York, father born New York, mother born New York
Orpha, 41, wife, born Ohio, father born New York, mother born New York
Anna, 15, born Ohio
Hattie, 13
Elmer, 8
Ora, 6
Eddie, 4
Albert, 8/12

Application for Pension, Zadock Martin, March 11, 1891, Norwalk, Ohio
Married to Ortha (sic) M. Martin, maiden name Ortha (sic) M. Knapp, August 17, 1854. First wife, Olive Wilcox, married August 1847. Children:
Edgar A. Martin, born April 18, 1850
Laura E. Martin, born September 29, 1852
William H. Martin, born September 12, 1855
Francis M. Martin, born January (?) 26, 1857
James A. Martin, born November 17, 1858
Mary L. Martin, born December 14, 1860
Emma J. Martin, born February 8, 1863
Anna E. Martin, born June 7, 1865
Perry E. born February 8, 1870
Oria R., born May 23, 1874
Etta E. Martin, born December 2, 1878
Bertie Z., born September 12, 1879
Served in Company K. First Regiment, U.S. Veterans Volunteers. Suffering from Erisypelas, which developed 12 years earlier, and crippled left hand, sustained when a barrel of cider he was carrying to the basement slipped. He has not been able to do manual labor more than half the time in the last three years. Height 5'6", 145 lbs. Doctor report states that he does not find evidence of erysipelas, but injury to left hand was confirmed, as was heart disease.

Census Record, June 7, 1900, Norwalk City, Huron County, p. 6
Zadock Martin, born March 1827, married 45 years, born in New York, father born in New York, mother born in New York; Teamster, 11 months unemployed
Orpha M. Martin, born May 1838, 62, married 45 years, born in Ohio, father born in New York, mother born in New York, 12 children, 10 living
Bertie Z., born September 1879, 20, born in Ohio, teamster, 10 months unemployed
Marian Peat, granddaughter, born in May 1892, in Ohio

Census Record, March 19, 1910, City of Norwalk, Norwalk Township, p. 5A
Zadock Martin, 85, married twice, last marriage 56 years, born in New York, father born in New York mother born in New York
Orpha, 70, first marriage, 56 years, 12 children, 9 living, born in Ohio, father born in New York, mother born in New York
James A., son, 51, divorced, born in Iowa, laborer, out of work 16 weeks in 1909
Lucy Tuttle, sister-in-law, 66, widow, born in Ohio, father born in New York, mother born in New York

Application for increase in pension on May 17, 1912
Zadock Martin aged 85, living at 70 Corwin Street, Norwalk,; born March 18, 1827

Application for Admission, Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Home
Zadock applied on January 16, 1914. Born March 18, 1826. Enlisted August 31, 1864 in Co. K., 1st U.S. Veterans Engineers, as a Private. Discharged August 30, 1865, in New York, due to the close of the war. Disability: old age. First wife "yes": (illegible) Knapp. Pension $22.50 per month. Occupation, farmer. Has three living sons, one daughter. Wife Hannah (sic) Knapp. Suffering from organic disease of the heart, oedema of the legs and feeble mind. Admitted to the Hospital. Certificate of death on March 3, 1914.

Death Certificate
Died March 3, 1914, Norwalk Ohio; born March, 1826 in New York; father, Augustus Martin; mother unknown; cause of death, organic heart disease, with edema of the leg; occupation laborer. Died at the State Soldiers' Home.

Death Report, Newspaper Article, Huron County News, Vol. 31 #4, March 6, 1914, p. 7., col.5
Zadock Martin died at the Soldiers Home in Sandusky. Born in Lawrence County, New York on March 18, 1824; moved to Ohio; lived 8 years in Iowa; enlisted in First Ohio Volunteer Infantry in August 1864, and served until close of the war. Survived by his wife, six sons, four daughters and one sister. Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Oral History:

His son Ed Martin was John Bartlett's commanding officer in Company G in Norwalk.
Zadock's brother had a son, Ed, who became an attorney. He owned the house at 64 E. League Street, where John Bartlett moved after his wife died.

Zadock Martin owned a dairy. He also was a cabinet maker. Inez Bartlett remembers seeing the buttery, which had to be kept very clean, with the big bowls of butter in it. Zaddock lived in Townsend, Ohio (source: notes by Inez Bartlett held by Ruby Fornof).

Zadock had poor vision. Inez remembers Orpha reading to him, and that he could not see the color of a new dress that Inez had. She thinks his eyesight was injured during the Civil War.

A Martin home on Main Street in Norwalk is a public landmark.

REF: Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library
Sandusky Daily Register
March 4, 1914 p6 c1
Soldiers' Home News
Another death, but not so unexpected, was that of Zaddock Martin, who came to the home at the same time as Thacker , and died the same day, except his death was at 3:35 a. m. Martin belonged to the 1st U. S. engineers, and was 88 years of age at his death. He came here from Norwalk.
 
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