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Popp Family Genealogy Report #5

Containing the Eighth Generation

Last updated:  10/12/01

EIGHTH GENERATION

128.  Georg "Georgius" Popp, born about 1740, probably in Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  He was the son of 256. Lorenz Popp and 257. Maria Elisabeth Tamesle.  He married 129. Dorothea Benesch November 10, 1762 in Olbersdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  According to Lanskroun Parish records 3194/2, Franz Popp from Olbersdorf #8, the legal son of Georg Popp who was a farmer from Niederjohnsdorf, was 21 years of age and had never married before when he married Theresia Klein, the daughter of mathias Klein, a faremer in Oberjohnsdorf #8, who was 19 years of age and had not previously been married. The parish records provide in German:

Lanskroun Marriage Book No. 3194, Page 2

15.8.1802
Augustus 15ten
8 Olbersdorf
Franz Popp, des Georg Popp Bauernausgedingers aus Niederjohnsdorf
21 Jahre ledig
Theresia Tochter des Mathies Klein Hauslers im Oberjohnsdorf 8
19 Jahre ledig

According to Landskroun Parish records at 1151/42, Georg Popp of Niederjohnsdorf, the legal son of the deceased Lorenz Popp, married Dorothea, the legal daughter of Lorenz Benesch from Oberjohnsdorf on November 11, 1762. The parish records in Latin provide:

Landskron Marriage Book No. 1151, Page 42
11.11.1762
Anno 1762 die 11 Mensis Novembris Georgius Loco Niederjohnsdorffio filius ost defunctum Laurentim Popp cum sponsa sua Dorothea filia Laurentio Benesch ex loco Oberjohnsdorf.

129.  Dorothea Benesch, baptised October 2, 1740 in Oberjohnsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  She was the daughter of 258. Lorenz "Laurentio" Benesch and 259. Maria Anna Klecker.  According to Landskroun Parish records at 1151/42, Georg Popp of Niederjohnsdorf, the legal son of the deceased Lorenz Popp, married Dorothea, the legal daughter of Lorenz Benesch from Oberjohnsdorf on November 11, 1762. The parish records in Latin provide:

Landskron Marriage Book No. 1151, Page 42
11.11.1762
Anno 1762 die 11 Mensis Novembris Georgius Loco Niederjohnsdorffio filius ost defunctum Laurentim Popp cum sponsa sua Dorothea filia Laurentio Benesch ex loco Oberjohnsdorf.

According to Landskron Parish records for Oberjohnsdorf, Dorothea Benesch was baptised on October 2, 1740 in Oberjohnsdorf and her parents were Lorenz Benesch and Maria Anna. Her godparents were Eva Schwabiner and Thomas Simon. The parish records in Latin provide:

Landskron Baptism Book No. 1143, Page 197
Oberjohnsdorf
2.10.1740
OberJohnsdorffio
Dorothea
Parentes laurentius Penisch et Marina
Patrini Eva Schwabiner et Thomas Simon

Child of Georg Popp and Dorothea Benesch is:

64        i.            Franz Anton "Franciscus Andreas" Popp, baptised October 31, 1781 in Niederjohnsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia; married (1) Theresia Klein; married (2) Veronika Peltzl February 18, 1822 in Olbersdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.

            ii.        Anna Maria Popp, born October 9, 1764 in Niederjohnsdorf #62, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  See Lanskroun Parish records.

            iii.        Katharina Popp, born September 27, 1767 in Niederjohnsdorf #62, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia; married Franz Kreuziger October 25, 1789 in Niederjohnsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Information obtained from Nicole Kreuziger based on IHFF research--see also Lanskroun Parish records.

            iv.        Veronika Popp, born May 6, 1771in Niederjohnsdorf #62, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  See Lanskroun Parish records.

            v.         Josef Popp, born March 17, 1776 in Niederjohnsdorf #43, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  See Lanskroun Parish records.

            vi.        Johann Nepomuk Popp, born May 17, 1778 in Niederjohnsdorf #43, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  See Lanskroun Parish records.

130.  Anton Pelzl, baptised July 11, 1757 in Oberjohnsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  He was the son of 260. Michael Peltzl and 261. Elisabeth Fidl/Fiedler.  He married 131. Catharina HabermannAccording to records from Lanskroun Parish 1134/29, Veronika Barbara Peltzl was baptised on October 25, 1790 at Oberjohnsdorf, Nr. 77. Her father was Anton Peltzl, a soldier of the Infanterie regiment d'Alton and her mother was Katharina Habermann. Godparents were listed as Katharina Keiner and Anton Klecker. The parish records provide in German:

Lanskroun Baptism Book No. 1134, Page 29
25.10.1790
Nr. 77 Oberjohnsdorf
Veronika Barbara Peltzl
V Anton Peltzl gem. Sold. von d'Alton Inf. Reg.
M Catharina gebo: Habermann
P Katharina Keiner Anton Kelcker

According to the Landskroun Parish baptismal records at #1130, page 766, Anton Peltzl was baptised in Oberjohnsdorf to parents Michael Peltzl and his wife, Elisabeth. Anton's godparents were Josef Hausler and Elisabeth Benisch. The parish records provide in Latin:

Lanskroun Baptism Book No. 1130, Page 766
11.7.1757
Oberjohnsdorffio
Antonius
Parentes Michael Peltzl Elisabetha
Patrini Josephus Heisler Elisabethae Penischin

According to the Lanskroun Parish marriage records at #1134, page 3, Anton Pelzl, a soldier from the Infantry Regiment from Fabus who was 28 years of age and never before married, married Catharina Habermann from Luckau who was 24 years of age and never before married. The parish records provide in German:

Lanskroun Marriage Book No. 1134, Page 3
20.11.1785
Nr. 70 Oberjohnsdorf
Anton pelzl Gem. Soldat von Fabus Inf. Reg.
28 Jahre ledig
Catharina Hambermann v Luckau
24 Jahre ledig

Interestingly, the house located at address Oberjohnsdorf #70 where Anton and Catharina (Habermann) Peltzl married, was owned by Josephus and Anna Peltzl between the years 1774 and 1780. Joseph and Anna Peltzl had the following children in Nr. 70:

Barbara Peltzl
1774 Nov 29
Godmother: Marina, wife of Joseph Fibiger, Witness: Johannis Miller, house owner

Catharina Peltzl
1777 Oct 28
Godparents: Joannis Muller, house owner and his wife, Anna, Witness: Joannis Fiebiger, landowner

Marina Peltzl
1780 Oct 28
Godmother: Marina, wife of Johannes Fibiger, house owner, Witness: Joannes Miller, house owner

According to Statni Oblastni Archiv Zamrsk, Wenzl Popp was born on September 28, 1824 in Albrechtice (Olbersdorf), Lanskroun (now in the Czech Republic) to parents Franz Popp (a cottager) and Veronika Pelzl (daughter of Anton Pelzl from Horni Tresnovec No. 130). See Register of Births for Parish of Lanskroun, No. 1145, p. 66.

131.  Catharina Habermann, baptised October 6, 1756 in Lukau, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia. She was the daughter of 262. Lorenz "Laurentius" Habermann and 263. Marina "Maria" Heisler.  According to the Lanskroun Parish baptismal records at #1024, page 24, Catharina Haberman was baptised on October 6, 1756 to parents Lorenz Habermann and his wife, Marina, who belonged to a dominion (?). Her godparent was Katharina Sponer, the wife of Mathias Sponer. [Note: Catharina Habermann appears to have "shaved" five years off of her age by the time she married Anton in 1785.] The parish records provide in Latin:

Damnikov Baptism Book No. 1024, Page 24
6.10.1756
Lukau
Catharina
Parentes Laur. Haberman et Marina subditi
Patrini Catharina uxor Math. Sponer

Children of Anton Peltzl and Catharina Habermann are:

65     i.        Veronika Peltzl, batpised October 25, 1790 in Oberjohnsdorf, Landskroun/Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia; married Franz Anton "Franciscus Andreas" Popp February 18, 1822 in Olbersdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.

        ii.         Maria Barbara Peltzl, baptised December 5, 1786 in Oberjohnsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Birth information obtained from Lanskroun Parish records for the town of Oberjohnsdorf.

        iii.        Barbara Peltzl, baptised November 16, 1788 in Oberjohnsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Birth information obtained from Lanskroun Parish records for the town of Oberjohnsdorf.

        iv.        Johann Baptist Peltzl, baptised November 25, 1792 in Oberjohnsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Birth information obtained from Lanskroun Parish records for the town of Oberjohnsdorf.

132.  Franz "Franciscus" Janisch, baptised September 27, 1778 in Damnikov (Thomigsdorf), Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  He was the son of 264. Mathias Janisch and 265. Anna Köller.  He married 133. Theresia Schromm February 24, 1800 in Damnikov Parish (Thomigsdorf), Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  According to the Damnikov (Thomigsdorf) Parish baptismal records at #1086, page 99, Mathias Janisch was baptised May 1, 1802 at Thomigsdorf #126 to parents Franz Janisch, a farmer, and his wife, Theresia Schromm, the daughter of Georg Schromm of Thomigsdorf 133. The parish records in German provide:

Damnikov Baptism Book No. 1086, Page 99
1.5.1802
Den 1ten May
Nr. 126
Mathias Janisch
V Franz Janisch Bauer
M Theresia des Georg Schromm Nro. 133

According to Damnikov (Thomigsdorf) Parish baptismal records at #1084, page 330, Franz Janisch was baptised on Sept. 27, 1778 to parents Mathias Janisch, a tenant, and mother, Anna, who belonged to the dominion of Landskron. His godfather was Georg Schromm, a dayworker. The address of Thomigsdorf #126 is listed, but it is unclear if this address is for Georg Schromm or for the Janisch family. The parish records provide in Latin:

Damnikov Baptism Book No. 1084, Page 330
27.9.1778
eodem
Franciscus
Parentes Janisch Mathias inguilinus Mater Anna subd. Dominio Lanscrounensis
P Schromm Georgius superior caesarius
Thomingis 126

According to Damnikov (Thomigsdorf) Parish marriage records at #1086, page 268, Franz Janisch, the 19 year old unmarried son of Mathias Janisch, married Theresia Schromm, the 24 year old unmarried daughter of Georg Schromm who lived at Thomigsdorf 133. The witnesses for the wedding were: Florian Koller, host, and Florian Thomabauer. The parish records provide in German:

Damnikov Marriage Book No. 1086, Page 268
24.2.1800
Den 24ten Februariurs
Nr. 126
Franz Sohn des mathes Janisch
19 Jahre ledig
Theresia Tochter des Georg Schromm Nr. 133
24 Jahre ledig
Testes Florian Kollar Schenck, Florian Thombauer

133.  Theresia Schromm, baptised April 20, 1776 in Damnikov Parish (Thomigsdorf), Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  She was the daughter of 266. Georg "Georgius" Schromm and 267. Anna Bauker/Baumert/Paukert.  According to Damnikov (Thomigsdorf) Parish baptism records at #1084, page 299, Theresia Schrom was baptised on April 20, 1776 to parents Georg Schromm and his wife, Anna, of the dominion of Landskron. Her godparent was Anna Janisch, the wife of Mathias Janisch of Thomigsdorf 133. The parish records provide in Latin:

Damnikov Baptism Book No. 1084, Page 299
20.4.1776
Theresia
Parentes Schrom Georgius inquilinus et Mater Anna subditi Dominio Lanscron
Patrini Anna uxor Mathias Janisch
Thomigsdorf 133

Chilren of Franz Janisch and Theresia Schromm are:

66     i.            Mathias Janisch, baptised May 1, 1802 in Thomigsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia; married Anna Müller.

        ii.            Anton Janisch, baptised January 17, 1805 in Thomigsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Birth information found in Damnikov Parish records for Thomigsdorf.

        iii.            Johann Janisch, baptised May 16, 1807 in Thomigsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Birth information found in Damnikov Parish records for Thomigsdorf.

        iv.            Josef Janisch, baptised October 5, 1811 in Thomigsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Birth information found in Damnikov Parish records for Thomigsdorf.

        v.            Anna Janisch, baptised October 15, 1812 in Thomigsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Birth information found in Damnikov Parish records for Thomigsdorf.

        vi.            Theresia Janisch, baptised February 17, 1815 in Thomigsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Birth information found in Damnikov Parish records for Thomigsdorf.

        vii.            Anna Janisch, born May 19, 1817 in Thomigsdorf, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Birth information found in Damnikov Parish records for Thomigsdorf.

134.  Franz Johann Müller, baptised May 18, 1788 in Trebovice, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  He was the son of 268. Johann "Joannes" Müller and 269. Brigitta Morack.  He married 135. Viktoria Hofmann May 3, 1813 in Trebovice (Triebitz), Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  According to Trebovice Parish records at #1174, page 10, Franz Johann Muller was baptised on May 18, 1788. His parents were Johann Muller and Brigitta. His godparents were Raphael Brid and Anna Maria Frodlin. The parish records provide in German:

Trebovice Baptism Book No. 1174, Page 10
18.5.1788
May den 18ten
Nr. 94
Franz Johann
V Johann Miller
M Brigitta
P Raphael Bridl Ana Mra Frodlin

According to Trebovice Parish records at #1175, page 27, Franz Muller, the 26 year old legal son of Johann Müller a farmer from Triebitz and Viktoria, the 34 year old unmarried daughter of Andreas Hoffmann, a farmer from Triebitz were married on May 3, 1813 at Triebitz 94. Witnesses to the wedding were Johann Müller and Georg Ott. The parish records provide in German:

Trebovice Marriage Book No. 1175, Page 27
3.5.1813
Majus den 3
Nr. 94
Franz des Johann Miller Hauslers sohn von Triebitz
26 Jahre ledig
Victoria des Andres Hoffmann Hauslers Tochter eben von Triebitz
34 Jahre ledig
Testes Johann Müller, Georg Ott

135.  Viktoria Hoffmann, baptised April 14, 1780 in Ceska Trebova Parish, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  She was the daughter of 270. Andreas Hofmann and 271. Viktoria.  According to Ceska Trebova parish records at #1947, page 332, Victoria Hoffman was baptised on April 14, 1780. Her parents were Andreas Hoffmann, a farmer and his wife, Viktoria. Her godparent was Sibilla Paukert. The address listed is for Triebitz #85. The parish records provide in Latin:

Ceska Trebova Baptism Book No. 1947, Page 332
14.4.1780
Victoria
Parentes Hoffmann Andreas rusticus Mater Victoria
Patrini Sybilla Paukertin
Tribitzio 85

Children of Franz Johann Müller and Viktoria Hofmann are:

67        i.            Anna Müller, baptised November 8, 1814 in Trebovice, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia; married Mathias Janisch.

        ii.            Genoveva Müller, baptised December 9, 1818 in Trebovice, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Birth information found in Trebovice Parish (Triebitz) records.

        iii.            Johann Baptist Müller, baptised December 9, 1818 in Trebovice, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Birth information found in Trebovice Parish (Triebitz) records.

        iv.            Barbara Müller, baptised October 4, 1820 in Trebovice, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Birth information found in Trebovice Parish (Triebitz) records.

        v.            Viktoria Müller, baptised April 22, 1823 in Trebovice, Lanskroun, Chrudim, Bohemia.  Birth information found in Trebovice Parish (Triebitz) records.

158.  Joseph Kalas.  He married 159. Elizabeth (last name unknown).

Child of Joseph Kalas and Elizabeth is:

79    i.            Frances Kalas, b. Jan. 18, 1844; d. Sept. 2, 1938, Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota; m. before 1867 to Frank Lewandowski, b. Jan. 10, 1844; d. April 15, 1921, Alberta Township, Benton County, Minnesota (both buried in St. Joseph's Catholic Church Cemetery, Morrill Township, Morrison County, Minnesota)

176.  Zebedee Rush, born December 16, 1790 in Randolph County, North Carolina; died December 3, 1872 in Randolph County, North Carolina.  He was the son of 352. Benjamin Crawford Rush and 353. Dorcas Earkes Vickrey.  He married 177. Frances "Fanny" Fuller November 26, 1814 in Randolph County, North Carolina.     References:  Dani Haas, Timothy Walls and Jim Arnold.  See also "Blackford and Grant Counties Indiana, A Chronicle of Their People Past and Present with Family Lineage and Personal Memoirs," (ed. Benjamin G. Shinn, Lewis Pub. Co., Chicago and NY, 1914).

177.  Frances "Fanny" Fuller, born in Randolph County, North Carolina; died April 7, 1883.  She was the daughter of 354. Archabal Fuller and 355. Martha Miller.  Reference:  Dani Haas.

Children of  Zebedee Rush and Frances "Fanny" Fuller are:

88        i.        Benjamin C. Rush, born December 13, 1816 in Randolph County, North Carolina; died 1879 in Randolph County, North Carolina; married Susannah Henley.

            ii.        Duncan K. Rush, born September 11, 1815; married Margaret Henley.

            iii.        Archibald F. Rush, born March 17, 1818.

            iv.        Martha Rush, born July 9, 1819.

            v.        Noah Rush, born August 13, 1820.

            vi.        Henry Rush, born March 17, 1822.

            vii.        Dorcas Rush, born September 29, 1824.

            viii.        Fanny Rush, born April 6, 1826.

            ix.        Zebedee Rush, born December 28, 1827.

            x.        Eliza Rush, born June 7, 1829.

            xi.        Calvin Rush, born June 7, 1829.

178.  Jesse Henley.  Reference:  Dani Haas.  See also "Blackford and Grant Counties Indiana, A Chronicle of Their People Past and Present with Family Lineage and Personal Memoirs," (ed. Benjamin G. Shinn, Lewis Pub. Co., Chicago and NY, 1914).

Child of Jesse Henley is:

89        i.        Susannah Henley, born July 27, 1822; died February 14, 1903 in Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana; married Benjamin C. Rush.

180.  James Jay, born January 10, 1802 in Newberry District, South Carolina; died May 25, 1845 in New Garden, Wayne County, Indiana.  He was the son of 360. Jesse Jay and 361. Sarah Brooks.  He married 181. Lydia Hollingsworth September 26, 1822 in Union County, Indiana.  Reference:  Christy Jay.  Christy provides that she received information on James and Lydia [Hollingsworth] Jay from Susan Parisho Rieger. See also the following citations listed by Christy Jay regarding this family group: "Jay Family Index--1999," by Cassius Milton Jay (copied and edited by Bessie Kohner [1963], re-edited and formatted by Charles W. Jay, Sr. [1999]), at p. 19; and "Indiana Marriages Through 1850," (Indiana State Lib. Gen. Div.).

181.  Lydia Hollingsworth, born November 25, 1804 in Ohio; died January 6, 1900 in Gas City, Grant County, Indiana.  She was the daughter of 362. Richard Hollingsworth and 363. Sarah Ann Hollingsworth.  Additional information on this family line obtained from Christy Jay.  Christy provides that she received information on James and Lydia [Hollingsworth] Jay from Susan Parisho Rieger. See also the following citations listed by Christy Jay regarding this family group: "Jay Family Index--1999," by Cassius Milton Jay (copied and edited by Bessie Kohner [1963], re-edited and formatted by Charles W. Jay, Sr. [1999]), at p. 19; and "Indiana Marriages Through 1850," (Indiana State Lib. Gen. Div.).

The following information is found in the 1850 Census for Mill Township, Grant County, Indiana:

Dwelling House #645
Jay, Lydia, age 46, female, born SC, value of property owned $1,000, 
Jay, Richard, age 19, male, farmer, born Indiana
Jay, Susannah, age 17, female, born Ohio
Jay, John, age 15, male, farmer, born Ohio
Jay, William, age 13, male, born Indiana
Jay, Isaiah, age 10, male, born Indiana
Jay, Sarah, age 7, female, born Indiana
Hollingsworth, Sarah, age 70, female, born NC

Children of James Jay and Lydia Hollingsworth are:

90        i.        Jesse Jay, born March 14, 1825 in Liberty, Union County, Indiana; died December 20, 1875 in Marion, Indiana; married (1) Rhoda Thomas October 3, 1847 in Phillipsburg, Montgomery County, Ohio; married (2) Mahala Gordon June 24, 1857 in Jonesboro, Grant County, Indiana.

            ii.        Lavina Jay, born July 14, 1823, Ohio.

            iii.        Mary Jay, born November 25, 1827, Ohio.

            iv.        Richard Jay, born April 7, 1830, Indiana (for birth location refer to 1850 Census for Grant County, Indiana).

            v.        Susannah Jay, born September 22, 1832, Ohio (for birth location refer to 1850 Census for Grant County, Indiana).

            vi.        John Jay, born February 16, 1835, Ohio (for birth location refer to 1850 Census for Grant County, Indiana).

            vii.        William Jay, born August 27, 1837, Indiana (for birth location refer to 1850 Census for Grant County, Indiana).

            viii.        Isaiah Jay, born February 13, 1840, Indiana (for birth location refer to 1850 Census for Grant County, Indiana).

            ix.        Sarah Jay, born January 23, 1843, Indiana (for birth location refer to 1850 Census for Grant County, Indiana).

182.  George Thomas, born July 20, 1798 in Newberry, South Carolina; died January 22, 1872 in Ohio.  He was the son of 364. John Thomas and 365. Anna Pemberton.  He married 183. Hannah Elleman February 9, 1825 in Miami County, Ohio. Reference:  Craig Beeman.

183.  Hannah Elleman.

Children of George Thomas and Hannah Elleman are:

91        i.        Rhoda Thomas, born January 15, 1825 in Montgomery County, Ohio; died March 8, 1856 in Jonesboro, Grant County, Indiana; married Jesse Jay October 3, 1847 in Phillipsburg, Montgomery County, Ohio.

            ii.        Enos E. Thomas, born November 12, 1829.

            iii.        Lewis N. Thomas, born September 15, 1844.

184.  William Robinson, born in Killyleagh, County Down, Northern Ireland and probably died about December 9, 1826 in Killyleagh, Corporation Townland, County Down, Northern Ireland as a William Robinson is buried at Killyleagh on that date.  He is buried with his father, Joseph Robinson, in Killyleagh, Ireland and probably two of his sons (they are listed as the grandsons of William's father, Joseph), James and David Robinson.  Reference: Glenn Robinson.  He is the son of 368. Joseph Robinson and 369. Mary (last name unknown).  According to family researchers Elvin Ogg and Glenn Robinson, William is buried at Killyleagh, County Down, Northern Ireland.  The following inscription is found on the tombstone:  "Erected in the year 1845.  Here lieth the boby (sic) of Joseph Robinson, Corporation and his wife, Mary, His son William and Grandsons David and James."  He married 185. Mary Young.

185.  Mary Young, born 1785 in Killyleagh, County Down, Northern Ireland and died December 8, 1857 in Komoka, Lobo Township, Ontario, Canada.  She is buried in Campbell Cemetery, Komoka, Ontario, Canada.  Reference: Glenn Robinson. 

Children of William Robinson and Mary Young are:

92    i.            Robert T. Robinson, born February 5, 1811 in Killyleagh, Corporation Townland, County Down, Northern Ireland; died January 6, 1893 in Komoka, Ontario, Canada; buried at Campbell Cemetery in Komoko, Ontario, Canada; married Emma Skinner or Mary Ann Denham (conflicting records exist as regards her name).  Reference:  George Robinson. 

        ii.            Joseph Robinson, born 1808; died December 8, 1885 in Delaware, Ontario, Canada.  Reference:  George Robinson. 

        iii.            Thomas Robinson, born February 5, 1814 at Killyleagh, Corporation Townland, County Down, Northern Ireland; baptized November 4, 1813 (sic) in Killyleagh, Corporation Townland, County Down, Northern Ireland (see church records for Killyleagh for the Church of Ireland); died December 22, 1897 in Komoka, Ontario, Canada.  Reference:  George Robinson. 

        iv.            William Robinson, born October 31, 1815, Killyleagh, Corporation Townland, County Down, Northern Ireland; baptized November 2, 1816 in Killyleagh, Corporation Townland, County Down, Northern Ireland (see church records for Killyleagh for the Church of Ireland); died June 28, 1905 in Spence Township, Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada.  Reference:  George Robinson. 

        v.            John Robinson, born July 5, 1819 in Killyleagh, Corporation Townland, County Down, Northern Ireland; baptized July 6, 1819 in Killyleagh, Corporation Townland, County Down, Northern Ireland (see church records for Killyleagh for the Church of Ireland); died August 24, 1911.  Reference:  George Robinson. 

        vi.            Jane Robinson, baptized June 10, 1825 in Killyleagh, Corporation Townland, County Down, Northern Ireland (see church records for Killyleagh for the Church of Ireland).  Reference:  George Robinson. 

        vii.            David Robinson, baptized December 6, 1821 in Killyleagh, Corporation Townland, County Down, Northern Ireland (see church records for Killyleagh for the Church of Ireland); probably died December 6, 1842, in Killyleagh, Corporation Townland, County Down, Northern Ireland, as there is a David Robinson buried with his grandfather, Joseph Robinson, and church records provide that the David buried with Joseph was 21 years of age at the time of his death.  Reference:  George Robinson.   According to family researchers Elvin Ogg and Glenn Robinson, David is buried at Killyleagh, County Down, Norhtern Ireland.  The following inscription is found on the tombstone:  "Erected in the year 1845.  Here lieth the boby (sic) of Joseph Robinson, Corporation and his wife, Mary, His son William and Grandsons David and James."

        viii.            James Robinson, baptized April 15, 1824 in Killyleagh, Corporation Townland, County Down, Northern Ireland (see church records for Killyleagh for the Church of Ireland).  This is possibly the James Robinson buried with the aforementioned brother, David Robinson, and their grandfather, Joseph Robinson in Killyleagh.  According to family researchers Elvin Ogg and Glenn Robinson, James is buried at Killyleagh, County Down, Northern Ireland.  The following inscription is found on the tombstone:  "Erected in the year 1845.  Here lieth the boby (sic) of Joseph Robinson, Corporation and his wife, Mary, His son William and Grandsons David and James."  Reference:  George Robinson. 

192.  John Shaw, born April 13, 1754 in Great Harwood, Lancaster, England.  He was the son of 384. Abraham Shaw and 385. Elizabeth Crichlow.  He married 193. Ann (Breckel) Brakel January 03, 1778 in Great Harwood, Lancaster, England.  John Shaw:  FHC Ancestral File Number:  1B56-0T7.

193.  Ann (Breckel) Brakel, born about November 11, 1753 in Woodplumpton, Lancaster, England.  She was the daughter of 386. James (Breckel) Brakel.  Ann (Breckel) Brakel:  FHC Ancestral File Number:  1B56-3F8.

Children of John Shaw and Ann Brakel are:

96      i.        Abraham Shaw, born August 24, 1780 in Read in Whalley, Lancashire, England; died March 13, 1854 in Roughlee, Lancashire, England; married Ann "Nanny" Hartley September 26, 1801 in Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England.

       ii.        Thomas Shaw, born about January 20, 1782.

       iii.        Ann Shaw, born about January 01, 1784.

       iv.        Mary Shaw, born about November 30, 1788.

       v.        Ellen Shaw, born about January 01, 1790.

       vi.        Joseph Shaw, born about April 08, 1792 in Wholley, Great Harwood, Lancaster, England; married Betty Clayton May 07, 1818.

       vii.        Richard Shaw, born about December 22, 1793 in Wholley, Great Harwood, Lancaster, England.

       viii.        Betty Shaw, born about January 06, 1795.

       ix.        Mary Shaw, born about December 04, 1796; married Daniel Ashton May 03, 1818.        

       x.        Richard Shaw, born about September 23, 1798 in Whalley, Lancaster, England; married Betty Hindle September 22, 1818 in Great Harwood, Lancaster, England.        

       xi.        Alice Shaw, born about May 14, 1801 in Wholley, Great Harwood, Lancaster, England; died March 03, 1812.

194.  William Hartley, born before April 22, 1753 in Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England;  christened April 22, 1753, Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England; died after 1788.   He was the son of 388.  Robert Hartley and 389.  Ellen Rydon.  He married May 4, 1776 to 195. Ann Crabtree in Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England.  Reference: Newchurch-in-Pendle Parish Register as transcribed by Fred Stringer.  According to the Newchurch-in-Pendle parish register, William Hartley, who married Ann Crabtree, was a weaver by trade.

195. Ann Crabtree, born about November 5, 1752 in Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England; died after 1788.  She was the daughter of 390.  William Crabtree.

Children of William Hartley and Ann Crabtree are:

97      i.        Ann "Nanny" Hartley, christened on August 4, 1777 in Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England; died 1815 in Roughlee, Lancashire, England; married Abraham Shaw September 26, 1801 in Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England.

        ii.            Roger Hartley, christened January 8, 1775 in Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England.  Reference: Newchurch-in-Pendle Parish Register as transcribed by Fred Stringer.

        iii.            John Hartley, christened October 20, 1776 in Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England.  Reference: Newchurch-in-Pendle Parish Register as transcribed by Fred Stringer.

        iv.            Mary Hartley, christened December 25, 1781 in Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England.  Reference: Newchurch-in-Pendle Parish Register as transcribed by Fred Stringer.

        v.            George Hartley, christened September 12, 1784 in Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England.  Reference: Newchurch-in-Pendle Parish Register as transcribed by Fred Stringer.

        vi.            William Hartley, christened December 10, 1786 in Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire, England.  Reference: Newchurch-in-Pendle Parish Register as transcribed by Fred Stringer.

196.  William (Laurenson) Lawrenson.

Child of William (Laurenson) Lawrenson is:

98      i.        William (Laurenson) Lawrenson, born about September 30, 1792 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England (or Sept 2, 1802, depending on source); died December 15, 1875 in Glenwood, Sevier County, Utah; married Ann Quick.

198.  Richard Quick, born about 1765.  He married 199.  Mary ? (possibly Margaret Nickle).  Information obtained from "Parish registers, 1659-1948 Church of England. St. Nicholas' Church (Liverpool, Lancashire), LDS Batch #M005991 provides that a Richard Quick married a Margaret Nickle on November 16, 1785 in St. Nicholas.  According to the parish registers of St. Nicholas, there were at least two other Quicks who married in the same time frame as Richard and Margaret (Nickle) Quick. They may be Richard's siblings or cousins. They are:  Hannah Quick, m. Dec. 18, 1785 in St. Nicholas Parish to John Wilson; and Ann Quick, m. May 3, 1790 in St. Nicholas Parish to John Belward.

199.  Mary ? (possibly Margaret Nickle), born about 1765.

Child of Richard Quick and Mary is:

99      i.        Ann Quick, born February 1, 1801 (or 1804) in Liverpool, Lancashire, England; died October 02, 1897 in Venice, Sevier County, Utah; married William (Laurenson) Lawrenson.

Other possible children of Richard Quick and Margaret Nickle are:

        ii.            Jane Quick, christened November 5, 1786 in St. Nicholas' Parish, Liverpool, Lancashire, England.  Information obtained from "Parish registers, 1659-1948 Church of England. St. Nicholas' Church" (Liverpool, Lancashire), LDS Batch #C005993.

        iii.            John Quick, christened February 17, 1788 in St. Nicholas' Parish, Liverpool, Lancashire, England.  Information obtained from "Parish registers, 1659-1948 Church of England. St. Nicholas' Church" (Liverpool, Lancashire), LDS Batch #C005996.

        iv.            Esther Quick, christened December 20, 1789 in St. Nicholas' Parish, Liverpool, Lancashire, England.  Information obtained from "Parish registers, 1659-1948 Church of England. St. Nicholas' Church" (Liverpool, Lancashire), LDS Batch #C005996.

        v.            Richard Quick, christened October 16, 1791 in St. Nicholas' Parish, Liverpool, Lancashire, England.  Information obtained from "Parish registers, 1659-1948 Church of England. St. Nicholas' Church" (Liverpool, Lancashire), LDS Batch #C005996.

200.  Sybren Orges(Van Dyk or van Dijk) Van Dyke  He married 201. Youkja van der Werf.

201.  Youkja van der Werf.

Child of Sybren Van Dyke and Youkja van der Werf is:

100     i.        Roelof (Van Dyk or van Dijk) Van Dyke, born November 18, 1801 in Leeuwarden, Friesland, Holland; died May 19, 1935 in Leeuwarden, Friesland, Holland; married Sjieukje (Sjuwke) Pieters Westra October 08, 1826 in Leeuwarden, Friesland, Holland (or August 10, 1826).

202.  Peter Botes Westra  He married 203. Bonkje Gosses.

203.  Bonkje Gosses.

Child of Peter Westra and Bonkje Gosses is:

101     i.        Sjieukje (Sjuwke) Pieters Westra, born November 17, 1803 in Dokkum, Holland; died February 1890 in Leeuwarden, Friesland, Holland; married Roelof (Van Dyk or van Dijk) Van Dyke October 08, 1826 in Leeuwarden, Friesland, Holland (or August 10, 1826).

208.  John Walderod Heath, born about 1786 in Plymouth, Pennsylvania; died about July 17, 1841 in Mississippi River.  He was the son of 416. Thomas Hartford Heath and 417. Mary Magdelena Walderon.  He married 209. Mary "Polly" Hill Harvey about 1813 in Louisiana.  Reference: "Bartholomew Heath of Haverhill, Massachusetts," Valerie Dyer Giorgi (Giorgi 1994) (offering an excellent overview of this Heath family line, including source notes), pp. 54, 100-101.  Please note:  all Pennsylvania vital records prior to 1893 burned in fire.  Certain records provide the following information on John Walderod Heath:  Automated Archives Linked Pedigree Information from United Ancestors providing that John Walderod Heath (son of Thomas Hartford Heath and Mary Walderod Heath) was the spouse of Mary Hill Harvey and father of James Harvey Heath; Mississippi Census 1840, Hinds County, p. 205, listing John W. Heath as head of family with 13 in the household (including one slave); Mississippi Census 1830, Hinds County, compiled by Gillis, listing John W. Heath as the family head with the following household: 2 males under 10, 2 males 10 to 20 years of age, 2 males 20 to 40 years of age, 1 male 40 to 60 years of age, 1 female under 10, 2 females 10 to 20, and 1 female 40 to 60 years of age; Pennsylvania in 1800, Federal Census Index, p. 255, cites John Heath at 176:05 in Luzerne County (see census at pg. #344); Land Records for State of Mississippi for John W Heath  (Docs.: #1355 from 1826, #17900 from 1840, #28735 from 1841 and #19873 from 1840); information regarding John and his brother Adolph being on the tax rolls in 1796 for Luzerne County, Plymouth Township, History of Plymouth Township (excerpted from Luzerne County, Pennsylvania's Home Web Page with information taken from The History of Luzerne County, by Bradsbury (1893)); Kindred Konnections Individual Record-heath1 and Kindred Konnections Family Record-heath1, submitted by Charles W. Heath citing the U.S. Census of 1840; see also Orphan's Court record dated November 27, 1797, regarding the partition of the Estate of Thomas Heath, listing heirs as Thomas Heath (Jr.)(son), William Baker and Waity Baker, Adolph Heath (son Adolphus), Peleg Heath (son), Samuel Heath (son) and John (Walderod Heath) (son) and mentioning Thomas Hartford Heath's widow, Mary Heath by name; see also Orphan's Court record dated December 30, 1800 regarding John Heath's choice of his brother, Adolph Heath as his guardian.

209.  Mary "Polly" Hill Harvey, born 1789 in Washington County, Georgia; died about November 30, 1857 in Hinds County, Mississippi.  She was the daughter of 418. James Halcomb (Hill) Harvey and 419. Elizabeth (Fluker) Flucker.  Reference: Elizabeth Anderson providing  that Mary was born in 1789.

Children of John Heath and Mary Harvey are:

104     i.        James Harvey Heath, born March 26, 1814 in Crystal Springs, Washington County, Louisiana; died October 21, 1904 in Bicknell (formerly Thurber), Wayne County, Utah; married (1) Teressa (Ragdell, Rigdale) Ridgedale May 19, 1836 in Raymond, Hinds County, Mississippi; married (2) Hulda Maria Holden September 05, 1845 in Nauvoo, Illinois; married (3) Abigal Olmstead June 27, 1854.

       ii.        Elizabeth Heath, born December 08, 1815 in Jackson, Hinds, Mississippi; died December 25, 1903 in Hooper, Weber,  Utah.        

       iii.        Mary Heath, born about 1816 in Jefferson, Mississippi; died before 1857.

       iv.        Robert Fluker Heath, born 1817 in Hinds, Mississippi; died 1838 in Mississippi.

       v.        Lucinda Heath, born 1821 in Hinds, Mississippi.

       vi.        John Republican Heath, born August 04, 1823 in St. Hellena, Louisiana; died February 21, 1900 in Idaho Falls, Bonneyville, Utah.

       vii.        Adolphus Heath, born 1824 in Hinds, Mississippi.

       viii.        Lycurgus Heath, born 1825 in Jefferson, Mississippi.

       ix.        Michael Heath, born 1825 in Jackson, Hinds, Mississippi; died 1856.

210.  Harvey Olmstead, born February 10, 1794 in Sennett, Cayuga County, New York; died March 01, 1879 in Chautaugua County, New York.  He was the son of 420. Israel (Olmsted) Olmstead and 421. Elizabeth Cooley.  He married 211. Hannah Mingus.  Reference: LDS Family History Center which provides that Harvey Olmstead was born in Sennett, Cayuga County, New York; however, LDS IGI records list his birthplace at Rutland, Vermont and some records list Rutland, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  Reference:  LDS FHC, Steven Heath, Beatrice Sena Heath Jensen, Danean Mitchell and Ronald J. Shaw.

A special note of thanks to Olmstead family researcher, Danean Mitchell, who has spent countless hours of research and analysis on this Olmstead line.  Danean is working on establishing the names of all of the children of Harvey and Hannah [Mingus] Olmstead.  While LDS FHC records and some family researchers indicate that:  Abigal Olmstead, born February 25, 1818 in Eldridge, Huron County, Ohio; Hyrum Olmstead, born 1815 in New York; Mary Ann Olmstead, born about 1820 in Eldridge, Huron, Ohio; Harvey Olmstead, born 1821 in Harmony, Chautaugua, New York; Hieronimus Olmstead, born about 1822 in Eldridge, Huron, Ohio; Joshua Olmstead, born January 02, 1822 in Eldridge Township, Huron, Ohio; and Margaret Olmstead, born September 21, 1827 in Sparta, Dearborn, Indiana are all of the children of Harvey and Hannah [Mingus] Olmstead, Danean's research indicates that there may be some additional children born to that union.  In particular, she is researching the following possibilities:  Asa, Diantha (also spelled Dyanthy) and Sanford P. Olmstead (see the analysis of census and church records listed below in regards to possible familial relationships of these individuals).

See 1830 Fulton County, Illinois Census at p. 248 [please note that names and ages of individuals in the final column are based on notes made by Olmstead family researchers Danean Mitchell and Teri Popp made in the process of their work collecting census records and are not the notes of the census taker]:

NAME STATUS AGE [NOTES OF DANEAN MITCHELL]

UMSLEAD, Harvey IM 30/40 years [Harvey was 36 in 1830]
1F 20/30 [Hannah/Anna was 30 in 1830]
1F 5/10 [Dyanthy?]
1F 10/15 [Abigal was 12 in 1830]
3M 5/10 [Hyrum, Hieronimus & Joshua-age 8]
1M 0/5 [Asa? was 4 in 1830]
1F 0/5 [Margaret was age 2 in 1830]
[TEP: where is Harvey Jr. in the list above]

But Compare:

NAME STATUS AGE [NOTES OF TERI POPP]

UMSLEAD, Harvey IM 30/40 years [Harvey was 36 in 1830]
1F 20/30 [Hannah/Anna was 30 in 1830]
1F 5/10 [Mary Ann is 10 in 1830]
1F 10/15 [Abigal was 12 in 1830]
3M 5/10 [Harvey is 9, Hieronimus is abt. 8, Joshua is 8]*
1M 0/5 [no known individual for household]
1F 0/5 [Margaret is 2 in 1830]
[Where is Hyrum b. 1815? is his birth date 1820?]

*It is possible that Hyrum was counted in the males from 5 to 10 years of age and that Harvey had died (according to Danean there is a death record for a Harvey Olmstead age 8 in Illinois).

According to Danean Mitchell, the book "Early Mormon Records, Vol. 1," information taken from records made in Nauvoo, Illinois between 1839-1846, the following Olmstead family appears in the LDS records for the First Ward at p. 3:

OLMSTEAD, Harvey [TEP: husband]
Anna [TEP: wife--Hannah was sometimes referred to as Anna]
Asa [TEP: no record at this time, is this the person referred to as Hieronimus?]
Margaret [TEP: daughter b. Sept. 21, 1827]
Diantha [TEP: no record in family file; however, LDS records do show that Abigal Olmstead Holden was baptized as proxy for a Diantha Olmsted LDS Film #170382]

Further notes from TEP: If Diantha/Dyanthy was a child of Harvey and Anna (Mingus) Olmstead, why wasn't she baptized during her lifetime? Was she too young (Mormons do not baptize persons under the age of 8)? Did she die prior to her baptism? If yes, that would explain why Abigal Olmstead Holden, Diantha's possible sister, was baptized for Diantha in proxy at a later date [see Film #170382 above].

Also see record cited above at p. 26 for the Fairchild family and p. 115 for Joshua Olmstead [Ed. note:  but which Joshua Olmstead family--who are the other members of this household?].

See 1840 Hancock County, Illinois Census at p. 165 [please note that names and ages of individuals in the final column are based on notes made by Danean Mitchell and Teri Popp made in the process of their work collecting census records and are not the notes of the census taker]:

NAME STATUS AGE [NOTES OF DANEAN MITCHELL]

OLMSTEAD, Harvey 1M 60/70 years [Joshua Fairchild][TEP: ?]
1M 40/50 [Harvey age 46]
1F 30/40 [Hannah/Anna age 40]
1M 20/30 [Eli Weed--husband of Abigal Olmstead][?]
2M 15/20 [Joshua age 18]
[Asa age 15][?]
1M 10/15 [Sanford P. age 10][?]
1F 10/15 [Margaret age 12]
2M 5/10 [Joshua Weed][but wasn't born until aft 1840]
1F 5/10 [Emma age 6][?]
2F 0/5 [Mary Ann age 4][?]
[Mary A. Weed][?]

But compare:
NAME STATUS AGE [NOTES OF TERI POPP]

OLMSTEAD, Harvey 1M 60/70 years [?]
1M 40/50 [Harvey age 46]
1F 30/40 [Hannah/Anna age 40]
1M 20/30 [Hyrum age 25?]
2M 15/20 [Joshua age 18?]
[Hieronimus at abt. 18? or Harvey? 19]
1M 10/15 [?]
1F 10/15 [Margaret age 12]
2M 5/10 [?]
1F 5/10 [?]
2F 0/5 [?]
[?]

The following children were already adults according to Teri Popp's records: Abigal, age 22 and married to Eli/Joshua Weed (having one possible child in 1840); Mary Ann, age 20; and Harvey, age 19, if he did, in fact, live to adulthood. But see Danean's notes that place Mary Ann's dob as 1836, making her a child of 4 in 1840.

According to Danean Mitchell, LDS Film #0581219, "Baptisms in the City," providing for baptisms performed in Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois from 1842-1845 indicates that the following family was baptized:

OLMSTEAD, Joshua [TEP: it is customary for LDS to list husband in record first]
Elizabeth [TEP: it is customary for LDS to list wife, if one exists, next]
Sanford P. [TEP: is this Joshua's son or a brother-since not in alpha order, appears to be a son rather than a brother, but may simply be in chrono order]
Emma [TEP: is this Joshua's daughter or a sister--see notes on Sanford P. above]
Mary Ann under 8 [TEP: see notes above on Sanford P. and Mary Ann]

But is the Joshua Olmstead family [if it is actually a family unit] listed above the son of Harvey and Anna/Hannah (Mingus) Olmstead or a different Joshua Olmstead? Who is Elizabeth Olmstead? Joshua, son of Harvey and Anna, married Mary Walker (according to some records on March 21, 1842 in Nauvoo, Illinois and in other records as August 7, 1839 in Sparta, Dearborn County, Indiana--[notes for TEP: it is possible that both dates are correct--he could have married her in a civil ceremony in 1839 in Indiana and remarried in the Mormon Church in 1842 in Nauvoo or Carthage, Illinois--Mormon's do take marriage vows in this manner--it is also possible that Joshua and Mary married in Indiana and Joshua's family later had the union blessed in the Mormon church in 1842 by proxy]. Alternatively, it is possible that Joshua, son of Harvey and Anna Olmstead, married a woman named Elizabeth first on August 7, 1839 in Indiana and then married Mary in 1842 in Illinois--the death rate for families that moved to Illinois with the church at that time was quite high. 

There are other problems, though, with the above Joshua being the Joshua that is a son of Harvey and Anna Olmstead. LDS Films #1760805, 1761070, 536147, 1903726 and 1903782 indicate that Joshua Olmstead, the son of Harvey and Anna/Hannah (Mingus) Olmstead received temple ordinances after his death and LDS Film #537259 indicates that Joshua and Mary (Weed) Olmstead were sealed in marriage after their deaths. Joshua and Mary would not need temple ordinances after death if they had already received them during their lifetimes. This indicates that the Joshua and Elizabeth listed in the Nauvoo Baptism records above may be a different Joshua Olmstead family.

It is also possible that Joshua, son of Harvey and Anna, was married prior to any marriage to Mary Walker. There are several problems assuming this, though, too. First, if Joshua was born in 1822, and, if the birth dates are correct for Sanford P. (b. Dec. 1830 in Illinois), Emma E. (b. abt. 1834 in Missouri) and Mary Ann (b. December 25, 1836 in Missouri), then Joshua would be far too young to be their father. Next, even assuming Joshua was old enough to be their father, why, in 1850, is Emma E. living in the Parrish/Fairchild household in Illinois and why is Mary Ann living in the Wanamacher household instead of with Joshua and Mary (Walker) Olmstead?

Olmstead researcher, Danean Mitchell believes that Asa, Sanford P., Emma and Mary Ann (b. 1836 in Missouri) are the children of Harvey and Anna (Mingus) Olmstead. According to Danean Mitchell, LDS Film #0581219, "Baptisms in the City," providing for baptisms performed in Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois from 1842-1845 provides that the following family was baptized immediately after the Joshua, Elizabeth, Sanford P., Emma and Mary Ann Olmstead listed above:

WEED, Eli
Abigal
Mary A. under 8
Joshua under 8

Because of the closeness in records, Danean has surmised that Abigal (Olmstead) Weed knew Joshua Olmstead and that the Joshua baptized immediately before her family was, in fact, her brother. She also feels that Sanford P., Emma and Mary Ann (b. 1836) are Abigal's siblings. There are still some questions, though, regarding this hypothesis. First, who is the Elizabeth that is baptized with Joshua? Is she really Joshua's wife, Mary Walker? Why doesn't the Mormon database show IGI records listing Sanford P., Emma and Mary Ann (b. in 1836) as children of Harvey and Anna (Mingus) Olmstead? Given Harvey Olmstead's zealous commitment to the Mormon church, wouldn't he have made sure his younger children were properly baptized and sealed to him and his wife, Anna/Hannah (Mingus) Olmstead? In the membership records for the First Ward at p. 3 why are Sanford P., Emma and Mary Ann not listed as part of Harvey and Anna (Mingus) Olmstead's family? They still would have been very young in the time span from 1839 to 1846. [Note: there is a Sanford P. Olmstead listed in the Civil War Muster records in Co. D, Unit 7, Missouri Calvary as a Private, box #000390, extraction #0036 and record #00002115--do these records list parents for Sanford P. Olmstead?]

According to Danean Mitchell, the following information is found on LDS Film #0183379 ("Nauvoo, Illinois, Baptisms for the Dead, 1843 to 1845"):

Person Baptized: Harvey Olmstead
For Whom Baptized: Cooley
Relationship: Grandfather
For Whom Baptized: Elizabeth Fairchild
Relationship: Mother
For Whom Baptized: Israel Olmstead
Relationship: His Father
For Whom Baptized: Jonathan Olmstead
Relationship: His Brother
For Whom Baptized: Elizabeth Olmstead
Relationship: His Sister

1850 Census Records for Harvey and Hannah (Mingus) Olmstead's children [according to Danean Mitchell's records]:

Abigal Olmstead Weed Holden is located in Pottawatamie County, Iowa

Joshua & Mary (Walker) Olmstead are located in Harden Township, Allamakee County, Iowa (what children are listed in this family in the 1850 census?)

[Listed as a child in Danean's notes] Asa & Martha Ann (Williams) Olmstead are located in Shullsburg, Lafayette County, Wisconsin [TEP: is it possible that Asa and Hieronimus are the same person? See notes above.]

Margaret (Omstead) Walker is located in Wysox, Carroll County, Illinois

[Listed as a child in Danean's notes] Sanford P. Olmstead has not been located.

Listed as a child in Danean's notes] Emma E. Olmstead is located in East West Galena, Joe Daviess County, Illinois (living with Elizabeth Parish, age 50, born in Canada along with Joshua Fairchild)

[Listed as a child in Danean's notes] Mary Ann Olmstead is located in East West Galena, Jo Daviess County, Illinois (living with Daniel Wanamacher)

No record that matches our Harvey Olmstead in the 1850 Census has been located by either Danean Mitchell or Teri Popp.

1860 Concord Township, Dodge County, Minnesota Census at p. 37 (taken July 4, 1860):

NAME AGE STATE BORN [NOTES OF DANEAN MITCHELL & TERI POPP]

OLSTED, Harvey 66 Vermont [living with son, Joshua Olmstead]
OLSTED, Joshua 37 Ohio
Patty 32 Ohio [did Joshua's wife, Mary, have a nickname?]
Lewis 14 Wisconsin [should this be Joshua's daughter Lois?]
James 12 Wisconsin [Joshua's son]
Mariah 10 Wisconsin [Joshua's daughter, Maria]
Persis 8 Iowa [Joshua's daughter]
Harvey 6 Iowa [Joshua's son]
Frank 3 Minnesota [Joshua's son]
Florabell 1 Minnesota [Joshua's daughter, Flora Rosella]

1860 Milton, Dodge County, Minnesota Census at p. 511 [taken July 18, 1860]:

NAME AGE STATE BORN NOTES OF DANEAN MITCHELL & TERI POPP

WALKER, John J. 40 Ohio
Margaret 32 Ohio [Harvey's daughter, Margaret Olmstead]
James 12 Wisconsin [Margaret's son]
Theodore A. 14 Illinois [Margaret's son, but age may be incorrect]
Mary 10 Illinois [Margaret's daughter who will marry John Bartholomew in Minnesota]
David 7 Illinois [Margaret's son]
Ambrose 6 Illinois [Margaret's son, Joshua Ambrose]
Edward 1 Minnesota [Margaret's son, Edward L.]

[Danean Mitchell Note: "One clue that tells us which Harvey was living in Dodge County, Minnesota is a biographical sketch written about John Walker that appears in the "History of Dodge County," (1845) at p. 1023 [providing:] 'Here he was married on the first day of April 1843, to Margaret, daughter of Harvy and Anna (Mingus) Olmstead. Her father was a native of Vermont, and died at Milton in January 1880. Her mother was a native of New York."]

1870 Milton Township, Dodge County, Minnesota Census at p. 786:

NAME AGE STATE BORN [NOTES OF DANEAN MITCHELL & TERI POPP]

OMSTEAD, Harvey 76 New York [living with granddaughter, Mary Walker Bartholomew and her husband, John Bartholomew]

1875 Milton Township, Dodge County, Minnesota State Census at p. 238:

NAME AGE STATE BORN FATHER BORN MOTHER BORN

OLMSTEAD, Harvey 81 Vermont Pennsylvania Illinois
BARTHOLOMEW, John S. 34 Pennsylvania Pennsylvania New York
Mary 24 Illinois Ohio Illinois
Frank 4 Minnesota Pennsylvania Illinois
Fred 2 Minnesota Pennsylvania Illinois
Emil W. 1 Minnesota Pennsylvania Illinois

Reference: Steven H. Heath citing all of the following sources covering the life and actions of Harvey Olmstead--the "History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints," Smith, Joseph (Deseret Book Co., Salt Lake City, Utah 1948) Vol. III at p. 38-39 (providing that Harvey Olmstead was called to the high council at Adam-Ondi-Ahmen on June 28, 1838 and fought in the Galatin Election Battle on August 6, 1838--of which Harvey's part of the fighting appears to have consisted of throwing crockery at the assailants).  According to "A Joseph Smith Chronology," Conkling, J. Christopher (Deseret Book Co. Salt Lake City, Utah 1979) at p. 146, Harvey Olmstead performs the first baptism for the dead in the Mississippi River with Joseph Smith declaring the baptism valid. And, on Sept. 12, 1840, Harvey and Anna Olmstead are baptised for their dead relatives in the Mississippi River (see Nauvoo Temple Records, at p.1). According to "History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints," Smith, Joseph (Deseret Book Co., Salt Lake City, Utah 1962) Vol. VI at p. 340, Harvey Olmstead is sent by the LDS Church on April 15, 1844 to Galena, Illinois on a political mission for Joseph Smith who was running for President of the United States at the time. According to the "History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints," (Deseret Book Co., Salt Lake City, Utah 1960) Vol. VII at p. 306 Harvey Olmstead was sent on a mission to set up a church stake center on October 8, 1844. Harvey and Anna Mingus also received a washing and annointing at the Nauvoo Temple in Illinios on December 22, 1845 (see Nauvoo Temple Record at p. 46). According to "BYU Studies: A Voice for the Community of LDS Scholars," Vol. 13, No. 1 (Autumn 1972) in an article entitled "The Election Day Battle at Gallatin," by Reed C. Durham, Jr., is taken from an eyewitness account of the battle by John Butler, providing that the "battle" appeared to consist of a map fighting with sticks and ended with Harvey Olmstead throwing crockery at the assailants (refer to sources cited earlier as well).

211.  Hannah Mingus, born June 13, 1800 in Montgomery, Orange County, New York; died 1864.  She was the daughter of 422. Hieronimus Mingus and 423. Margaret "Greitje" Milsback/Milspagh/Millspaugh.   Reference: LDS Family History Center which provides that Hannah's name may have been Anna.  The 1820 Ohio Census Index provides there was a Jacob Mingus and an Hieronimus Mingus in Huron County, Ohio, where Hannah Mingus Olmstead's children were also born.  The 1830 Ohio Census Index provides there were a Jacob Mingus, a James Mingus and a Benjamin Mingus living in Eldridge, Huron County, Ohio. Note also that the town of Eldridge, Huron County, Ohio was later renamed and became Berlin Township, Erie County, Ohio.

Children of Harvey Olmstead and Hannah Mingus are:

105     i.        Abigal Olmstead, born February 25, 1818 in Eldridge, Huron County, Ohio; died July 26, 1891 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah; married (1) Joshua Weed; married (2) ? Williams; married (3)Wiley Hines Holden before 1847; married (4) James Harvey Heath June 27, 1854; married (5) ? Thompson.

       ii.        Hyrum Olmstead, born 1815 in New York; died August 29, 1843.

       iii.        Mary Ann Olmstead, born about 1820 in Eldridge, Huron, Ohio.

       iv.        Harvey Olmstead, born 1821 in Harmony, Chautaugua, New York.

       v.        Hieronimus Olmstead, born about 1822 in Eldridge, Huron, Ohio.

       vi.        Joshua Olmstead, born January 02, 1822 in Eldridge Township, Huron, Ohio; died January 26, 1875 in Douglas, Butler, Kansas.

       vii.        Margaret Olmstead, born September 21, 1827 in Sparta, Dearborn, Indiana.

212.  Reuben Melton Carter, born July 14, 1794 in Rutherford County, North Carolina (or July 24, 1794, depending on source); died May 14, 1868 in Parowan, Iron County, Utah.  He was the son of 424. John S. Carter and 425. Elizabeth Melton.  He married 213. Rachel Ann Campbell February 21, 1826 in Bond County, Illinois.  Reference:  LDS Family History Center. Reuben M. Carter was found in the 1860 and 1862 Indices for Parowan, Iron County, Utah on pg. 175 along with his wife, Rachael Carter.  According to Dodd, Jordan R, et. al. "Early American Marriages: Illinois to 1850," (Bountiful, UT: Precision Indexing Publishers, 19xx) Reuben Carter and Rachael Campbell were married in Bond County, Illinois on February 21, 1826.

213.  Rachel Ann Campbell, born February 03, 1807 in Marysville, Tennessee; died December 18, 1881 in Joseph, Utah.  She was the daughter of 426. Thomas Campbell and 427. Sarah Wilcox.

Children of Reuben Carter and Rachel Campbell are:

106     i.        John Russell Carter, born February 07, 1837 in Perry, Pike County, Illinois; died about 1865; married Eliza Mack Powell.

       ii.        Sarah Ann Carter, born June 05, 1829 in Adams, Illinois; died June 18, 1916 in Parowan, Iron County, Utah.

       iii.        Mary Caroline Carter, born March 06, 1827 in Greenville, Bond, Illinois; died October 19, 1869 in Joseph, Sevier, Utah.

       iv.        William Melton Carter, born September 25, 1831 in Bond Greenville, Adams, Illinois; died September 06, 1904 in Joseph, Sevier, Utah.

       v.        Elizabeth Jane Carter, born August 29, 1834 in Adams, Illinois; died October 05, 1918 in Huntington, Baker, Oregon.

       vi.        David Carter, born April 14, 1839 in Bond Greenville, Adams, Illinois; died September 08, 1915 in Bakersfield, , California.

       vii.        Cecilia Jane Carter, born August 17, 1841 in Browns, Edwards, Illinois; died April 24, 1920 in Parowan, Iron, Utah.

       viii.        Arminda Carter, born January 29, 1844 in Bond Greenville, Adams, Illinois; died June 22, 1921 in Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona.

       ix.        Cornelia Frances Carter, born September 28, 1847 in Council Bluff, Pottawattamie, Iowa; died March 10, 1864.

214.  Levi Jasper Powell, born June 29, 1806 in Smith County, Tennessee; died June 20, 1865 in Jefferson River, Montana.  He was the son of 428. Charles M. (Powel) Powell and 429. Nancy Smith.  He married 215. Mary Elizabeth Parker about 1827 in Smith County, Tennessee. Reference: "The Charles M. Powell Family: 1785-2001," by Delna Powell (Maureen S. Bryson, Las Vegas, Nevada 2001) providing a comprehensive study of the Powell family. According to the 1840 Illinois Census Index, a Levi Powell lived in Pike County, Illinois at p. 122.  The following information obtained from "Biography of Eliza Mac (sic) Powell," written by Dora Gates Christensen, as told to her by her grandmother, Susan Carter Heath:  Eliza's parents were Levi Powell, son of Charles and Nancy Powell, and Elizabeth Parker.  Levi and Elizabeth (Parker) Powell were natives of Nauvoo, Illinois at the time of Joseph Smith's death and Elizabeth was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; however, Levi was not a member.  Elizabeth chose to go with the Saints heading west and Levi decided to go with her.  Levi and Elizabeth's two sons, James Eli Powell and Joseph Jasper Powell went with an earlier group westward.  Levi was a successful carpenter, but he gave up his Nauvoo, Illinois business to accompany his wife, Elizabeth, and their daughter, Eliza Mack Powell, westward with the Saints.  Levi Powell had two good wagons for the trip west.  On the trip west, Elizabeth (Parker) Powell died.  Levi made a casket out of one of the wagons and buried Elizabeth on the plains.  Levi continued on to Utah with his daughter, Eliza, meeting up with his two sons, James Eli and Joseph Jasper, in Salt Lake City.  They settled in Provo, Utah, for a time and Levi married a Mrs. Dack; however, the union was not a happy one and Levi moved on without her to Parowan, Iron County, Utah.  At 16 years of age, Eliza married John Russell Carter, the son of Reuben and Rachel Carter.  John Russell and Eliza (Powell) Carter had four children:  Mary Elizabeth, Susan, Cornelia and Levi Carter.  When Levi Carter was one, the family moved to Montana and settled on a small farm located in the wilderness near the Jefferson River, 30 miles from the nearest settlement of white persons.  Levi Powell, Eliza's father, went to Montana with the Carter family.  John Russell Carter left home one day to find work or prospect (the story is not clear) and he never returned.  The family believed he was killed by Indians or died in a mine slide.  Shortly after the disappearance of John Russell Carter, Levi Powell drowned in the Jefferson River, leaving Eliza Mack Powell Carter.

215.  Mary Elizabeth Parker, born about 1805 in Pike County, Illinois; died after February 1841 in near Green River, Sweetwater, Wyoming while crossing the plains.  She was the daughter of 430. Edward Parker.  The following information obtained from "Biography of Eliza Mac (sic) Powell," written by Dora Gates Christensen, as told to her by her grandmother, Susan Carter Heath.  Eliza's parents were Levi Powell, son of Charles and Nancy Powell, and Elizabeth Parker.  Levi and Elizabeth (Parker) Powell were natives of Nauvoo, Illinois at the time of Joseph Smith's death and Elizabeth was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; however, Levi was not a member.  Elizabeth chose to go with the Saints heading west and Levi decided to go with her.  Levi and Elizabeth's two sons, James Eli Powell and Joseph Jasper Powell went with an earlier group westward.  Levi was a successful carpenter, but he gave up his Nauvoo, Illinois business to accompany his wife, Elizabeth, and their daughter, Eliza Mack Powell, westward with the Saints.  Levi Powell had two good wagons for the trip west.  On the trip west, Elizabeth (Parker) Powell died of cholera.  Levi made a casket out of one of the wagons and buried Elizabeth on the plains.

Children of Levi Powell and Mary Parker are:

107     i.        Eliza M. Powell, born February 27, 1838 in Perry, Pike County, Illinois (or Feb. 24, 1838, depending on source); died April 05, 1911 in Salina, Sevier County, Utah (or April 6, 1911, depending on source); married John Russell Carter.  Reference: "The Charles M. Powell Family: 1785-2001," by Delna Powell (Maureen S. Bryson, Las Vegas, Nevada 2001) providing a comprehensive study of the Powell family.

       ii.        Son Powell, born about 1825 near Carthage, Smith, Tennessee.

       iii.        James Evans Powell, born November 19, 1828 in Carthage, Smith, Tennessee; died March 09, 1906 in Hunting, Baker, Oregon.

       iv.        Joseph Jasper Powell, born June 03, 1834 in Perry, Pike, Illinois; died May 18, 1906 in Carey, Blaine, Idaho.

217.  Anne Kathrine Hansdatter, born March 01, 1796 in Kastrup, Line, Randers, Denmark; died October 11, 1870 in Hjortshoj Parish, Randers, Denmark.  She was the daughter of 434. Hans Christensen and 435. Maren Andersdatter.

Children of Anne Kathrine Hansdatter are:

108     i.        Hans Loren Jensen, born February 14, 1831 in Brandstrup, Hjortshoj, Randers, Denmark; died September 06, 1906 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah; married Christiana (Peddersdatter) Pedersen July 19, 1853 in Skodstrup, Randers, Denmark.

       ii.        Soren Jensen, born March 20, 1835 in Brandstrup, Hjortshoj, Randers, Denmark; died January 22, 1836 in Brandstrup, Hjortshoj, Randers, Denmark.

218.  Peder Sorensen, died January 02, 1867 in Eggaa Parish, Randers, Denmark.  He was the son of 436. Soren Jensen and 437. Karen Pedersdatter.  He married 219. Anna Christensen.

219.  Anna Christensen, born in Eggaa Parish, Randers, Denmark.  

Children of Peder Sorensen and Anna Christensen are:

109     i.        Christiana (Peddersdatter) Pedersen, born June 02, 1824 in Eggaae Mark, Egaa Randers, Denmark; died January 10, 1898 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah; married Hans Loren Jensen July 19, 1853 in Skodstrup, Randers, Denmark.

       ii.        Margrete Sophie Pedersdatter, born January 22, 1818 in Eggaa Parish, Randers, Denmark; died January 13, 1867.

       iii.        Soren Pedersen, born December 04, 1819 in Eggaa Parish, Randers, Denmark; died January 27, 1820.

       iv.        Ane Marie Pedersdatter, born January 16, 1822 in Eggaa Parish, Randers, Denmark.

       v.        Karen Pedersdatter, born October 12, 1826 in Eggaa Parish, Randers, Denmark.

       vi.        Christen Pedersen, born July 10, 1829 in Eggaa Parish, Randers, Denmark; died March 15, 1832 in Eggaa Parish, Randers, Denmark.

       vii.        Ove Pedersen, born January 29, 1832 in Eggaa Parish, Randers, Denmark; died October 11, 1837 in Eggaa Parish, Randers, Denmark.

       viii.        Johanne Pedersdatter, born October 05, 1833 in Eggaa Parish, Randers, Denmark.

       ix.        Mette Johanne Pedersdatter, born July 04, 1836 in Eggaa Parish, Randers, Denmark.

220.  Christen Hansen  He married 221. Ane Fredericksdatter.

221.  Ane Fredericksdatter.

Child of Christen Hansen and Ane Fredericksdatter is:

110     i.        Peter (Peder) Christensen, born August 07, 1843 in Demstryr (or Demstrup), Sjorslev, Viborg, Denmark; died February 29, 1912 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah; married Ane Marie Marthea Charlotte Christensen December 27, 1867 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah.

222.  Christien Christensen, born April 05, 1799 in Lysdal, Venderslev, Viborg, Denmark; died February 08, 1867 in Vester Vendet, Sjorslev, Viborg, Denmark.  He married 223. Ingeborg Jensdatter May 03, 1849 in Horup, Viborg, Denmark.

223.  Ingeborg Jensdatter, born January 17, 1815 in Troulstrup, Tonning, Skanderborg, Denmark; died February 20, 1896 in Vester Vendet, Sjorslev, Viborg, Denmark.

Children of Christien Christensen and Ingeborg Jensdatter are:

111     i.        Ane Marie Marthea Charlotte Christensen, born December 29, 1849 in Vestervaudet, Viborg, Denmark; died December 02, 1928 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah; married Peter (Peder) Christensen December 27, 1867 in Redmond, Sevier County, Utah.

       ii.        Carl Christen Christensen, born May 16, 1852.

       iii.        Rasmus Christensen, born June 13, 1847.        

240.  Johann Bernard Schöllhammer, born December 06, 1760 in Lorch, Germany (Welzheim); died October 16, 1843 in Schubanhof?, Germany (Welzheim).  He was the son of 480. Johann Georg Schöllhammer and 481. Maria Barbara Höfer.  He married 241. Ursula Wahl January 27, 1787 in Welzheim, Germany.

241.  Ursula Wahl, born September 19, 1759 in Lindorf, Germany (Welzheim); died May 15, 1830 in Schubanhof?, Germany (Welzheim).  She was the daughter of 482. Karl Wahl and 483. Elizabeth (no last name listed).

Child of Johann Schöllhammer and Ursula Wahl is:

120     i.        Christian Schöllhammer, born February 13, 1796 in Klotzenhof, Germany (Oberurbach); died January 12, 1868 in Walkersbach, Germany; married Maria Schuster July 31, 1822 in Welzheim, Germany (Oberurbach).

242.  Johann Jakob Schuster, born September 03, 1771 in Pfahlbrönn, Germany (Welzheim); died December 07, 1844 in Pfahlbrönn, Germany (Welzheim).  He was the son of 484. Gottfried Schuster and 485. Eva Wahl.  He married 243. Anna Katharine Lindauer April 24, 1798 in Welzheim, Germany.

243.  Anna Katharine Lindauer, born May 09, 1774 in ?, Germany (Welzheim); died March 29, 1825 in Pfahlbrönn, Germany (Welzheim).  She was the daughter of 486. Johann Georg Lindauer and 487. Rosina Schwarz.

Child of Johann Schuster and Anna Lindauer is:

121     i.        Maria Schuster, born June 20, 1798 in Geobhenzilingfenn?, Germany (Oberurbach); died January 03, 1815 in Walkersbach, Germany; married Christian Schöllhammer July 31, 1822 in Welzheim, Germany (Oberurbach).

244.  Christian Weitmann, born January 31, 1776 in Weilheim, Germany (Lorch); died March 20, 1847 in Weilheim, Germany (Lorch).  He was the son of 488. Christian Weitmann and 489. Catherine Schneiderin.  He married 245. Catherine Maria Lachenmaier February 23, 1802 in Lorch, Württenburg (umlaut over u), Germany.

245.  Catherine Maria Lachenmaier, born September 02, 1779 in Spraitbach, Germany (Lorch); died March 17, 1854 in Weilheim, Germany (Lorch).  She was the daughter of 490. Bernhard Lachenmaier and 491. Veronika Bensinn.

Child of Christian Weitmann and Catherine Lachenmaier is:

122     i.        Heinrich Weitmann, born July 28, 1815 in Weilheim, Germany (Ruppertshofen); married Margarete Nagel April 27, 1841 in Germany (Ruppertshofen).

246.  Johannes Nagel, born May 17, 1785 in Honig, Germany (Ruppertshofen).  He was the son of 492. Jakob Nagel and 493. Anna Maria Wieland.  He married 247. Marie Wieland September 20, 1812 in Ruppertshofen u. Gurund, Germany.

247.  Marie Wieland, born November 27, 1790 in Mittelstadt, Germany (Ruppertshofen).  She was the daughter of 494. Johann Jakob Wieland and 495. Anna Maria Hof.

Child of Johannes Nagel and Marie Wieland is:

123     i.        Margarete Nagel, born February 11, 1815 in Ruppertshofen u. Gurund, Germany; died October 31, 1848 in Spraitbach, Germany (Ruppertshofen); married Heinrich Weitmann April 27, 1841 in Germany (Ruppertshofen).

248.  Johann Georg Hieber, born March 10, 1788 in Steinbrück, Germany (Steinenberg, Schond.); died March 18, 1865 in Steinbrück, Germany (Steinenberg, Schond.).  He was the son of 496. Johann Georg Hieber and 497. Maria Weller.  He married 249. Barbara Müller August 06, 1811 in Steinenberg, Schornd., Germany.  Information obtained from Der Ahnenpass of Alfred Schöllhammer containing family history with clerk's certification.  See information obtained from Leonard Hieber from Hieber family information based on research of Bertold Hieber.

249.  Barbara Müller, born May 25, 1782 in Dietenhof, Germany (Steinenberg, Schond.); died December 30, 1825 in Steinbrück, Germany.  She was the daughter of 498. Melchior Müller and 499. Barbara Müller.

Child of Johann Hieber and Barbara Müller is:

124     i.        Leonhard Hieber, born May 10, 1814 in Steinbrück, (Schornd.) Germany; died March 06, 1886 in Haubersbronn, Schorndorf, Germany; married Sabina Reiß September 18, 1849 in Haubersbronn, Germany.

250.  Johannes Reiß, born January 17, 1777 in Haubersbronn, Schorndorf, Germany; died May 27, 1844 in Haubersbronn, Schorndorf,  Germany.  He was the son of 500. Johann Jakob Reiß and 501. Christiane Ruppold.  He married 251. Dorothea Bader February 03, 1801 in Haubersbronn, Germany.

251.  Dorothea Bader, born February 24, 1782 in Hellershof, Germany (Oberurbach); died September 14, 1873 in Haubersbronn, Schorndorf, Germany.  She was the daughter of 502. Johann Georg Bader and 503. Anna Katharine Schöllhammer.

Child of Johannes Reiß and Dorothea Bader is:

125     i.        Sabina Reiß, born June 13, 1819 in Haubersbronn, Schorndorf, Germany; died August 10, 1903 in Haubersbronn, Schorndorf, Germany; married Leonhard Hieber September 18, 1849 in Haubersbronn, Germany.

252.  Johannes Ommerle, born October 19, 1806 in Plöchingen, Germany (Altbach).  He was the son of 504. Johannes Ommerle and 505. Joh. Friederika Wänner.  He married 253. Eva Katharine Schäfer.

253.  Eva Katharine Schäfer, born June 22, 1804 in Altbach, Germany.  She was the daughter of 506. Michael Schäfer and 507. Anna Katherine Spieth.

Child of Johannes Ommerle and Eva Schäfer is:

126     i.        Konrad Friedrich Ommerle, born October 07, 1824 in Altbach kri. Esslingen, Germany (Hochdorf); died November 17, 1884 in Hochdorf, Germany; married Maria Katharina Weber August 26, 1851 in Hochdorf, Germany.

254.  Johannes Weber, born July 02, 1798 in Notzingen, Germany; died February 05, 1869 in Notzingen, Germany.  He was the son of 508. Johannes Weber and 509. Rosina Katherine Eppinger.  He married 255. Rosina Dorothea Weber January 13, 1829 in Notzingen, Germany.

255.  Rosina Dorothea Weber, born March 01, 1795 in Wernau, Germany; died February 24, 1848 in Notzingen, Germany.  She was the daughter of 510. Johann Friedrich Weber and 511. Maria Christiane Lang.

Child of Johannes Weber and Rosina Weber is:

127        i.        Maria Katharina Weber, born April 09, 1828 in Notzingen, Germany; died June 29, 1909 in Hochdorf, Germany; married Konrad Friedrich Ommerle August 26, 1851 in Hochdorf, Germany.

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