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Newsletter Subtitle:  REDO OF FF26 NY & DE +ASHLAND CO., OHIO
Month Day Year:  REDO: February 26, 2010

Getting these 900 books of this FF collection all reorganized into locality groups is driving me crazy!  Just how do you file the book named DEL-MAR-VA, which stands for Delaware, Maryland, Virginia.
These FF collection of books go first to you on the newsletter and then later they will appear on the Website.  Carl Engelking, who is Fred Engelking's son, is helping me out with computer advice on some of this juggling of these programs, so maybe I will get them all straightened up soon.  Help me out!!!  Buy some of them, and then I won't have to keep track of them!
 
This Friday's NY, DE & OH Crazy Crate Condensed Selection  is going to sport some New York, Delaware and some Ashland County, OHIO books.
 
FFNY  CRAZY CRATE FF26:  BOOK 5  B186:  INDEX TO THE NAMES OF PRINCIPALS IN THE ABSTRACTS OF WILLS 1665-1776 ON FILE IN THE SURROGATE'S OFFICE, CITY OF NEW YORK.  Abstracts were published by the New York Historical Society Collections 1900-1906.  Index was compiled by Arthur C. M. Kelly in 1981.  Subtitle to the book says: Wills and Letters of Administration in N. Y. C. 1777-1906.  Volumes IX - XVNew York Historical Society Collections 1900-1906.  45 pages, 8.5 by 11 inches, In a bright, green plastic, three-ring binder.  Surnames beginning with the letters M through Z with four  or more than four (#) first names include:  Marschalk 6, Marston 4, Martin(e) 7, Matthews 4, Mc Donald 5, Mc Ghee 7, McKenzie 4,
Mc Lean 4, Merritt 7, Mersereau 5, Meyer(s) 13, Miller 23, Mills 9,  Mitchell 5, Monfort 4, Montanye 4, Moore 11, Morris(on) 8, Mott 12, Murphy 4, Nelson 5, Nichols(on) 7, Nicoll 7, Oakley 5, O'Brien 4, Ogden 8, Osborn 11, Palmer 8, Parker 5, Parsons 4, Pearsall 7, Peters(on) 6, Pettit(te) 7, Philips 8, Pierce 4, Pierson 5, Pine 6, Platt 5, Powell 5, Provost 7, Purdy 10, Quackenbush 4, Randal(l) 6,
Rapelye 7, Ray 7, Raynor 7, Reed 5, Reeve(s) 8, Remsen 10,
Rhodes 4, Rider 7, Riker 7, Robert(son) 7, Roger(s) 15, Roosevelt 6, Rose 5, Ross 4, Rowe 4, Russel(l) 5, Rutgers 4, Sammis 4, Sands 5, Schenck 8, Schuyler 4, Scott 6, Seaman 14, Sebring 5, Sharp(e) 4, Shaw 6, Sickels 4, Simmon(s) 4, Sleight 5, Smith 58, Sommerindike 4, Steinmetz 6, Stevens(on) 11, Stewart 6, Stillwell 5, Stoutenburgh 5, Stryker 4, Suydam 4, Swartwout 4, Taylor 7, Ten Broeck 5, Ten Eyck 5, Terry 5, Thomas 6, Thompson 8, Thorn(e) 11, Titus 6, Totten 4, Townsend 10, Tredwell 5, Tuthill 6, Underhill 7, Valentine 4,
Van Allen 6, Van Benthuysen 5, Van Brunt 4, Van Cortland(t) 5, Van Dam 4, Vanderbilt 4, Van Der Hoff 4, Van Deusen 6, Van Dyck 9, Van Gelder  5, Van Kleek 5, Van Vechten 6, Van Wagenen 4, Van Wart 4, Van Wyck 4, Ver Millie 5, Voorhees 5, Vosburgh 4, Waldron 6, Walton 5, Ward 7, Watson 7, Webb 4, Webber(s) 4, Weeks 7, Wells 13,
White 11, Whitfield 5, Wilbur 4, Willett(s) 9, Williams(on) 18, Willis 4, Wilson 9, Winans 4, Wood 7, Wright 17 and Young(s) 14.  If your ancestor's name begins with the first half of the alphabet for this set of years, please call 1-800-419-0200, and I will check it out for you as long as I have the book. PRICE $18

  
FFNY  CRAZY CRATE FF26:  BOOK 6 B186:  INDEX TO THE NAMES OF PRINCIPALS IN THE ABSTRACTS OF WILLS 1777-1800 ON FILE IN THE SURROGATE'S OFFICE, CITY OF NEW YORK.  Abstracts were published by the New York Historical Society Collections 1892-1899.  Index was compiled by Arthur C. M. Kelly in 1981.  Subtitle to the book says: Wills and Letters of Administration in N. Y. C. 1665-1776.  Volumes I - VIII.  New York Historical Society Collections,  1891-1899.  63 pages, 8.5 by 11 inches, In a bright orange plastic three-ring binder.   Surnames with more than three first names (#) include: Ackert 6, Adams 4, Albertson 7, Aldrich 4, Allen 5, Allison 7, Anderson 7, Andrews 7, Anthony 4, Arden 4, Artse(n)/Areson 5, Bailey 5, Baker 13, Baldwin 6, Banker 7, Barclay 4, Barnes 10,
Bassett 5, Baxter 5, Bayard 9, Bayles 5, Bedell 10, Bedford 5, Beekman 12, Bennett 8, Benson 6, Bergen 5, Berger 7, Berrian 4, Betts 7, Biggs 4, Birdsall 4, Bishop 7, Blauvelt 5, Bloom(e) 10, Blydenburgh 4, Bodine 4, Boerum 4, Bogardeus 4, Bogert 10, Bond 7, Bonnett 6, Booth 4, Bowne 8, Bradley 5, Brasher 5,
Brat(t) 8, Breested 4, Brewster 4, Bridge(s) 5, Brinkerhoff 7,
Britton 5, Brodhead 4, Brower 8, Brown 21, Brundage 5, Brush 6, Bryan(t) 4, Budd 8, Bunce 4, Burling 7, Burnet 7, Burrough(s) 8, Bush 6, Butler 9, Byvanck 6, Campbell 10, Cannon 6, Carle(s) 7, Carman 7, Carpenter 15, Carr(e) 6, Carroll 4, Carter 6, Case 5, Chambers 5, Chichester 4, Christopher(s) 4, Clapper 5, Clark(e) 15, Clarkson 4, Cock/Cook 12, Coe 4, Coerten 4, Colden 4, Cole 10, Coles 4, Colgan 4, Collins 5, Conklin 21, Connor 4, Cook 11, Cooley 7, Coon(s) 5, Cooper 13, Cornell 16, Cornelius 5, Corsoen 7, Corwin 5, Cosens 6, Cowenhoven 6, Crawford 7, Crocherton 4, Crooker 4, Curry 6, Cuyler 5, Davenport 4, Davis 12, Dayton 8, Dean 7, De Bevois(e) 5, Decker 5, De Forest 5, De Hart 6, De Kay 6, Delamater 4, De Lancey 4, De Lanoy 5, Dennis 5, Denton 13, De Peyster 8, De Voe 4, Devoer 4, De Witt 6, Dickinson 8, Doughty 14, Douw 5, Drake 6, Du Bois 17, Dumont 7, Duncan 4, Du Puy 6, Duryea 7, Dusenbury 4, Dutcher 4, Dykeman 4, Earle 4, Edwards 7, Egberts(on) 6, Ellis(on) 11, Ellsworth 6, Emans 7, Evans 5, Everett 7, Everts(on) 7, Farrington 7, Ferguson 4, Field 9, Fish 5, Fisher 5, Fithian 4, Floyd 4, Forbes 4, Ford 4, Fordham 5, Foster 14, Fowler 16, French 5, Frost 6, Fry 4,
Gale 8, Gardner 12, Garretson 8, Gedney 7, Gelston 4, Gillett 8,
Glover 5, Golding 5, Goldsmith 6, Gomez 6, Gouverneur 6, Graham 5, Grant 7, Graves 4, Gray 5, Green 6, Griffin 10, Griffith(s) 4, Grigg(s) 5, Guyon 7, Haight 4, Haines 9, Hall 8, Hallett 10,
Halliock 4, Hallock 7, Halsey 14, Halstead 9, Hamilton 5, Hammond 4, Hand 4, Hansen 4, Hardenburgh 5, Haring 5, Harper 4, Harris(on) 15, Hatfield 4, Hauch 5, Havens 6, Haviland 7, Hawkins 6, Hay(es) 7, Hazard 6, Hedges 6, Hegeman 9, Hendricks(en) 4, Hermans 6,
Herrick 5, Hicks 11, Hildreth 8, Hill 4, Hinchman 4, Hoff 4, Hunt 20, Hunter 8, Hunting 5, Hustis 4, Hutchins(on) 5, Hyatt 5, Hyer 4, Ireland 4, Isaacs 4, Jackson 10, Jans(en) 11, Jarvis 7, Jeffrey 4, Jennings 7, Jessup 5, Johnson 25, Jones 15, Kelley 5, Ketcham 7, Kettletas 5, Kiersted 7, King 7, Kip 10, Knap(p) 4, Kniffen 7,
Krum 6, Lambert(s) 7, Lane 12, Langdon 7, Latham 4, La Tourette 4, Latten 4, Lawrence 20, LeConte 6, Leggett 5, Lent 7, Lewis 13, Little 5, Livingston 10, Long 5, Lott 7, Louw 6, Ludlam 9, Lyon(s) 7,  This is getting way too long!  If you think you might have an ancestor in the last half of the alphabet, just call 1-800-419-0200 and I will check the book for you for your surname as long as I have it.  PRICE:  $18  

 
 
FFDE - DELAWARE - FF CRAZY CRATE 26:  BOOK 11-B059:  LAND RECORDS OF SUSSEX COUNTY, DELAWARE, 1722-1731:  DEED
BOOK SIX: 
By Johnita P. Malone, Heritage Books, Inc., 1977, 124 pages, softbound, laminated cover stock, wrappers.  The author's own research in Delaware records inspired her to put together this volume, sure to be of help to Sussex County researchers everywhere.  The abstracts presented in this book record land transactions, mortgages, bills of sale, deeds, bonds and other similar transactions for the period 1722 to 1731.  Information given varies depending on the item, but generally included are names of persons and properties involved, dates and locations, and relevant details or accounts.  Entries contain reference notes indicating the page number of the original transactions in the deed book, and the acknowledge date when available.  Also included are an every-name index and
an index of property and landmark names.  Spelling variations are common and vary somewhat.  Only a few of the variations are printed here.  Surnames from the index which appear on five
or more pages are marked with a comma (,).  Surnames with a significant quantity of mentions which should be further pursued by the genealogist are marked with an asterisk (*):  Adams/ Addams*, Allen, Andros/ Andross* , Arey, Atchison, Atkins/ Attkins*, Avery, Bagwell*, Bailey*, Barker*, Becket*, Bedwell*, Booth*, Bowman*, Bracey*, Brook, Brown*, Burton*, Cade*, Cantwell, Carlile*, Carpenter*, Carter, Cary*, Chambers*, Clark*, Claypoole*, Clifton*, Codd, Coggeshall*, Conwill*, Cord, Cummings*, Darter, Davis*, Davock, Deprey/Dupree*, Dial,
Dobson, Dod, Draper*, Dyall*, Dyer, Dyre*, Eldridge, Fenwick/ Finwick*, Field, Fisher*, Foster, Garret/t, Gear, Godwin*, Gordon*, Gray*, Green, Greenwood, Hall*, Hanzer, Harmonson*,Hart,
Hazzard, Henry, Hepburn*, Hickman, Hill*, Hinman*, Holland,
Holt*, Hu(l/l)ing*, Jacobs*, Johnson*, Jones*, Kiphaven, Kollock*, Lewis, Lingoe, Lodge, Lovelace, Loyd, Manlove*, Ma(r/r)iner*, Marsh*, Marshall*, May*, McCullah, Miers/Mires*, Moleston*,
Morgan, Morris, Mullinix, Naws, Newcomb*, Oram, Orr, Palmer*, Parker*, Parsley*, Paynter*, Pemberton*, Penn*, Perrie, Pettyjohn*, Phil/lips*, Pierre, Potter, Pr(e/i)ttyman*, Price, Pride, Pyles, Richard/s, Roades*, Robinson, Rodeney, Rowland*, Rowles, Royall, Russel/l*, Shankland*, Simson*, Smith*, Spencer*,
Stevens*, Stewart*, Stockly*, Summerfield, Taylor, Thomson, Till*, Topham*, Townsend, Train,, Turner, Vankirk, Verhoofe, Verkirk, Walker*, Walton, Watson*, Welbore*, West, White*, Williams*, Wilson, Wilybanck*, Woodward, Wolf/e and Wynkoop.  PRICE: $18

 
 
FFDE - CRAZY CRATE 26:  BOOK 15:  B058:  DELAWARE FAMILY HISTORIES AND GENEALOGIES.  By Donald Odell Virdin.  ©1984:  Edited and Published by Raymond B. Clark, Jr., 21 pages, 8 ½" by 11".  Cardstock wrappers. This book is a bibliography of 215 titles which represent some of the work done in this field.  The libraries listed have copies of these and they may be found on line.  Surnames represented are Alden, Allmond, Amjes, Austin, Banning,
Barksdale 4, Bayard 2, Beadle, Bennett 3, Berry, Black, Blew, Blocksom, Bounds, Bourne, Bracken, Bradley, Bringhurst, Brosius, Brown/e 4, Bye, Campbell, Canby, Cantwell, Carey, Carpenter, Cann, Chance, Chandlee/r, Clay, Clayton 2, Clark, Comegys 2, Cohee, Conable, Cooch, Cope, Corbit, Coultrap, Congill, Craig, Craighead, Crane, d'Andelot 2, Davies, Dehaven, Draper, Du Pont 2, Dutto
Fisher 3, Fooks, Forman, Forney, Forwood, Friendly, Frazier, Foulke, Ganders, Garrett, Gray, Greenough, Grubb, Haynes, Hall, Hanson, Heacock, Hearne, Heath, Heywood, Hickman, Hillers, Hitchins, Hogg, Holcombe, Hollingsworth, Hopping, Huffington, Huidekoper, Jackson, Jaquett, Jones, Kimball 2, Kinkead, Knowles, Kollock, Lamborn, Lank 2, Liston-Long and half an alphabet) more!   PRICE:  $5  
   

Keep watching our web pages in the Crazy Crates Division for new items.  Thank you for reading our newsletter.  It is my hope that what I do here will help you find books you might never hear of anywhere else!  Pat from YOGS
 
 
CRAZY CRATE NEWSLETTER OHIO FF26:[The left hand does not
always acknowledge what the right hand is doing!]

 
PRESENTED BY: YE OLDE GENEALOGIE SHOPPE
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P. O. BOX 39128,
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We have a crate of OHIO books starting today.  All of these are from Ashland County .  These Ohio books are from the private collection of FF.  These books, because of their one-of-a-kind nature, are available only by phone.  Call 1-800-419-0200 or 317-862-3330 if in the Indianapolis area.
 
WEBSITE EDITION COMING SOON:  All of these books have an Ohio Connection.  Some are statewide, some are regional, and some are county sources.   Counties with one or more books devoted to that single county's records are listed alphabetically by county:  Ashland, Cuyahoga, Delaware, Franklin, Hamilton, Holmes, Marion, Monroe, Morrow, Morgan,  Noble, Richland, Trumbull and Wayne.  These books were first posted on this website in January of 2009.  Books will be removed once sold.  Thanks for looking at our website. 
 
Remember, helping genealogists is what we do here!
 
Here are some of the Ohio books from this private collection.  All are used.  They have been treated very kindly and are mostly unmarked except for the previous owner's name and address label or stamp.  Our suggestion to the buyers is simply to cover her stamp or label with your own label, thereby marking the book as your possession, but not damaging it further. 
 
 
STATEWIDE RESOURCE HELPS
 
Please note we will need to have the information in red and the price of the book you want to order.  With 38,000 book titless around, you just can't be too careful with an order for a specific book!
 
 
FFOH-2A & - D021.  HISTORY OF OHIO.  BOOK SET 6: D021: 
HISTORY OF OHIO - With emphasis on the Historical and
Biographical Aspects. 
By Charles B. Galbreath, Secretary of the
Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, Former State Librarian and Secretary of the Ohio Constitutional Convention (1912). 

[For the person who is looking for a special gift for that special genealogist, this is a hard-to-find set of books about Ohio that will
be the pride and joy of any genealogist lucky enough to own it.] 

In three volumes, This is an original, matched set with a heavy, sturdy binding in dark green in better-than-good-condition for their age as they are eighty-two years old.  Covers have an occasional bumped corner, pages are 7½" by 10½" and the books are neat and well bound.   Printed by the American Historical Society, Inc. in 1928. 
Volume I has 710 pages, The Prefatory note is of great value, for it is here that the author gives the book-by-book history of the Histories of Ohio, their author's qualifications with the publication data, and results.  A large 38-page subject index, which covers the entire set, comes at the FRONT of Volume I.  begins on Page xi (11) and continues through page L (50).   
Volume I covers the geological formation of the state, flood control, archaeology, The Struggle for the Ohio Country, The North American Indian (Information), The Dunmore War, From the Conspiracy of Pontiac to the Treaty of Paris, The Ordinance of 1787-its Origin and Authorship, the Northwest Territory, Years under Gov. Arthur St. Clair, Gen. St. Clair's Expedition Against the Indians, Wayne's Campaign Against the Indians, Treaty of Greenville, How and When(?) Ohio became a state. [NOTE: Ohioans voted in 1803, but Congress failed to formally admit the state of Ohio to the Union, and did not officially recognize it for over one hundred years, but it clearly did function as a state during that period. The evidence is that during that time ten Presidents were elected, seven of which were born in Ohio.  And of five Chief Justices of the U. S. chosen during that time three were appointed from Ohio. This controversy as to its date of admission continues as there are five separate dates which, in some important formal document, represent the birth of the State of Ohio.  [NOTE:  Leave it to a Legislature, Executive Branch or Judicial System to "mess up" and when they all have a say in it, you can be sure of this- they will NOT agree.]  March 1, 1803, is the commonly accepted date of Ohio's admission to the Union.
The Counties of Ohio section follows.  This is one of the most outstanding features of this set of books.  Details are given on the formation of each county.  The county sketches, and all 88 of them are covered in detail, give you a lot of information. You get the census figures from 1920, the farm reports, as to crops grown and bushels harvested, size of farms, etc.  Maps abound, parent counties are named, county officers are named, little hamlets to small towns to large cities are identified.  You will find out where they came up with the county's name, what the soil is like, what minerals are present, the area in square miles, the name of all the townships, what kind of population settled here, who came first, what groups, if any, settled here, where they came from (states or countries).  The 1923-1924 agricultural census furnished lots of data about how many dairy cows, bushels of potatoes, tons of hay were grown, average farm size and lots more.  In Licking County, they mention the "Refugee Tract" [100,000 acres] where some Canadians who supported the Americans during the Revolutionary War were relocated with the awards of property given by our Government to former residents of the British Provinces in Canada whose lands were confiscated in Canada, and then they were told to leave.  They came to America, mostly to Ohio, many served in the war on our side and were rewarded with from 160 acres to 2,240 acres in Franklin, Licking and Perry Counties.  They report about the Ohio Canal which runs through Licking County. 
This county grew hay, corn, wheat, etc. plus how much, and how many manufacturing shops and what they made.  They mention the Drummer Boy of Shiloh and Chickamauga, Johnny Clem, the smallest person ever enlisted in any army, who was born in Newark in 1851, and ran away to enlist in the Union Army in the Civil War.  They mention the "Mound Builders and their works" as the tourist attraction they still are today.  These sketches tell you much of the early history of that county.  All counties are covered in this manner.
Articles on Ohio's Public School System, Ohio's Institutions of Higher Learning, Ohio's Public Libraries, Newspaper Press, and Ohio Literary Men and Women follow.  The Military Section covers: The War of 1812, Mexican War, Civil War and Spanish American War.  These are all covered in Volume I. 
Beginning on page 669 and running to the end of Volume 1 is a list of those brave men and women of Ohio, who in the First World War gave their last full measure of devotion, and earned the Gold Star.  These 6,500 men and women are listed in this section alphabetically by county.  They will not be forgotten.  Army, Navy and Marines, with no indication of their rank, who died, are listed with their date of death, including the Army Nurse Corps who served and died beside them.  Generals are listed separately. l PRICE:  All three Volumes for $200.

Volume II  has the matched covers, both of which are tight, with 832 pages concerning primarily the Constitution of Ohio and the three conventions (1802, 1850-51, and 1873-1874) followed by Amendments to 1912, that hammered out the final form by 1912.  The Anti-Slavery forces in the Northwest Territory and in Ohio after Statehood are discussed in Volume II.  The Underground Railroad is very important in Ohio.  By Force of Arms, The Temperance Movement, the Women's Suffrage Movement, The Ohio State Grange, The Annals of Ohio Administrations and a Chapter on Eminent Ohioans concludes the second volume.  This volume focuses on the Political Side of Life, and to that end, the lists at the back of this volume are of Women who have Served in the Legislative and Judicial Departments of the State, United States Senators from Ohio, Ohio Congressmen and a fact sheet with some interesting, though now dated, facts about Ohio.  In 1928, Ohio had seven million people, was an agricultural AND industrial state, had 80 cities, had 30,000 domestic and foreign corporations authorized to do business in Ohio, 94 steam railroads, 85 street railroads, 217 electric companies, 117 gas companies, 495 telephone companies, 950 savings and loans associations, 1,110 state and local banks, 840 insurance companies, among many other businesses, had 40,730 square miles of land, only 4% was laid waste, and 30,000 acres of inland lakes!  Would be interesting to get today's estimates wouldn't it?  A Chapter on Eminent Ohioans concludes the second volume.  PRICE:  All three Volumes for $200.


Volume III is as thick as the others and matches them in size, however the 357 pages in the count contain only the printed biographical, historical and family history part, and does not include the count of any of the front or the back pages of any page that holds a full-page size portrait.  The 357 numbered pages of this book, beginning with John Walworth and his family.  Hios sketch has eight (8) pages of  biographies and family histories, eight portraits which contain (8) pages plus (8) pages of blank portrait backs or a 24 page total for this one family's information.  This is genealogical information stunning in its details.
 

Sample:  In the sketch of John Gallagher, the first page is of his background, his 47 trips to Europe, his wholesale liquor business, two full pages of details includes this paragraph:  "September 12, 1873, John Gallagher married Rose Kennedy, daughter of Bernard and Elizabeth Kennedy of Letterkenny, Donegal County, Ireland.  Children:  1. Patrick, living in Warren County, Ohio. 
2.  Elizabeth, wife of Christopher William Deibel, manager of the Liberty Theatre in Youngstown by whom she has children:  John C., born in 1903; Dorothy Mary, born in 1905; Ellen Elizabeth, born in 1907;
3. Mary, wife of Emil A. Renner, realtor, by whom she has children: George J. 4th, born in 1907; John A., born 1909; William W. born 1911; Robert J. born 1913; and E. Arthur, Jr., born 1917.

On January 6, 1924, at the age of seventy-nine, Mr. Gallagher passed on to the highest reward which awaited one of his genuine goodness and exemplary life.  He left behind a sorrowing family and many friends who appreciated his sterling worth to his community.

The index to this section, apparently did not extend to grandchildren of the subject.  The book does, but the index does not appear to do so; therefore, the actual number of people in the sketch may be higher than the number I am listing.  The index includes the following surnames with two (,) or more (#) first names: Avery 10, Backus, Banning 10, Barney 10, Barnum 7, Bell, Benner, Bird 6, Bishop,
Bott 4, Bradley 10, Breneman, Brown 9, Burt 9, Clement 4,
Clevenger, Cohagen 6, Colson, Corry 3, Coulson 4, Coward, Custer 7, Dallas 5, Deibel, Demmitt15, Dreese,  Drummond 11, Dudley 5, Dunl(a/o)p 4, Dunn 3, Eager, Eaton 3, Ebertlein, Elliott 9, Emerick, Flath 6, Fletcher 6, Flinn, Gallagher 3, Gill, Glase 4, Goodenow,
Gould 8, Graham 13, Graydon, Grothe 5, Harper, Hartshorn 12, Hastings 5, Helleberg 3, Hinman 11, Irvin 6, Israel, Jones 4,
Joyner 5, Keam, Keginmeister, Kempf, Kepler 4, Kimmel, Kneialy 3,
Knowlton 8, Kreitzer, Kring, Kriz, Leete7, Lenz 5, Lewis, McCann 7, McEwen, Margedant 6, Maurer, Maxwell 4, Morgan 10, Morris 4,
Muth 4, Neal, Norton, O'Dwyer 5, Oblinger 11, Oskamp 6, Payne 8, Perrine 2, Powell 7, Puchta 6, Ra(y)ce 4, Renner, Rodger, Roe 4,
Ross 4, Rowley, Sampsel 5, Savage 5, Schmidlapp 3, Schulte 4, Sheehy 8, Sheets, Shroyer 6, Skidmore 3, Slade, Slavin 9, Smetana 3, Smith 10, Sparrow 6, Spitler, Staebler 4, Stake, Stallyon 4, Stanley 6, Stanton, Stine 5, Stratmeyer, Strickler 3, Stroop 4, Thomas 4,
Walters 7, Walworth 30, Weden 5, Whitney 15, Willett, Wilmot, Wilson 3, Woodbridge 9 and Wyne 3.   Also listed in the index are Ancient lineages of several surnames: Angouleme, Anjou, Aquitaine, Banning, Baskerville, Berenger, Bird, Bradley, Bray, Carnegie, Devereux, Fitz-Allen, Flanders, Hainault, Holland, House of Capet, House of Castile, Leete, Milbourne, Provence, Roe, Royal Decent of Walworth, Royal Descent of Whitney, Royal Line of Portugal,
Russel/l, Ruthven, Se(a/y)ton, Taillefer, Touchett, Vicar(is/s), Whitney, and Wye.  Color plates show coats of arms.  Some of the sketches are well over 3-5 pages of detailed information about the subject's lineage and life.  The Walworth sketch runs eight pages,
and also has eight full-page pictures of portraits of the family in addition.  The book is over 2 ¼" thick and has 357 pages which are 7½ " by 10 ½ " which includes lots of portraits.  All three are priced to sell as a set for $200.  Some genealogist with Ohio Ancestors would be so pleased to have this book in their personal library!    All three Volumes for one price of $200.


COUNTIES OF OHIO ALPHABETICALLY LISTED BY COUNTY NAME.
Now we will continue with a specific list of books from the sepaate counties of the state of Ohio that were collected and sorted as I have been pursuing this FF collection to the end.  Although we just now have reached the mid point of this collection, we have reached a point where I need to bring to you the more focused aspects of this collection.  So I have consolidated what Ohio books remain and I find that I have a large number of books from this single source that will fill an entire Webpage, and this is their opportunity to shine in the limelight.  This is their chance to attract your attention!  I cannot do every abstract of these indexes to these county's people, so I chose to do a few really big indexes, and that way, I can still keep this state's books together.

FFOH-9 - ASHLAND CO., OHIO -  FF-OHIO:  BOOK 9:  D014 - HISTORY OF ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, with ILLUSTRATIONS AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.  By George William Hill, M.D.  Published by Williams Bros, 1880.  Reprinted by Unigraphic in 1972.  408 pages, plus a nine-page index, book is printed on 9" by 12" pages, nicely hardbound, title printed in gold on the spine. Excellent township map shows townships in a row, all going across from west to east.  So, in the top row - Huggles, Troy, Sullivan; next row down, going across Clear Creek, Orange, Jackson; third row down, going across - Milton, Montgomery, Perry; fourth row down, going across Mifflin, Vermillion, Mohican; fifth row down, going across Green and Lake; alone in the sixth, the bottom row, is Hanover.  There are 41 chapters covering the historical section in about 130 pages.  In this section there are page after page of lists of county officials, justices of the peace, people admitted to the bar, pioneers of the year 1825 divided by township and the most noted Indians residing on the branches of the Mohican from 1808 to 1824, among others with much information about them.  There are 22 portraits and illustrations, some of notable men or events.
Then there are the biographical sketches beginning on page 126 to the end of the book on page 408.  This abstract of the index lists every surname that has more than one subject of a biographical sketch (family members are not indexed, only the subject is indexed) with the number of listings for the surname, so the number means there are that many families listed:  Akins 2, Alberson 2, Andrews 6, Armstrong 3, Arnold 2, Bailey 2, Barnhill 3, Barron 3, Beck 4, Beer 5, Bender 4, Benninghof 2, Berry 4, Bishop 3, Bittinger 2, Black 4, Botdorf 2, Breckeiser 2, Brindle 2, Brown 2, Brubaker 5, Bryte 4, Buchanan 2, Budd 2, Buffenmire 2, Bull 2, Burd 3, Burns 4,
Bushnell 2, Camp 2, Campbell 5, Carey 2, Carter 5, Castor 3, Chamberlain 4, Chandler 2, Charles 2, Chase 2, Chesrown 2, Clark 5, Close 2, Coble 2, Coleman 2, Coulter 5, Countryman 2, Covert 3, Cowan 3, Craig 2, Crittenden 2, Crone 3, Crowner 2, Culberson 2, Culler 5, Curry 2, Davis 5, DeMoss 2, Devor 2, DeYarmon 2, Dillier 2, Donley 2, Doty 3, Drake 2, Eagle 2, Easly 2, Eberhart 3, Ebert 2, Echelbarger 2, Eichelberger 6, Elliott 2, Emerick 2, Emerson 2,
Emrick 2, Ewalt 2, Fast 6, Ferrell 3, Fike 2, Finley 3, Fluke 4,
Foulks 2, Fox 4, Fridline 2, Fuller 3, Fulmer 3, Funk 3, Gaines 2,
Garret 2, Gibson 3, Glenn 2, Goodyear 2, Gould 2, Greenlee 2, Gretzinger 2, Grosscup 2, Guthrie 2, Harris 2, Hart 2, Harvey 2,
Haskell 2, Hazlett 2, Heichel 2, Heiffner 2, Heltman 2, Hill 2, Horn 2, Huff 2, Huffman, Humphrey 3, Hunter 2, Ingman 2, Johnson 3, Johnston 2, Jones 4, Kagey 5, Kantzer 3, Kauffman 2, Kayler 2,
Kindle 2, Kiplinger 2, Kithcart 2, Lambright 2, Latta 2, Lemon 2,
Long 8, Luther 2, Lutz 2, Markel 2, Markley 2, Marsh 3, Martin 2, Mason 5, Matthews 3, Maurer 3, McConnell 2, McCool 2, McCrary 3, McFadden 4, McGuire 2, Metcalf 4, Miller 5, Moore 2, Moores 2,
Morr 8, Mumper 3, Murray 2, Myers 9, Nelson 4, Norris 3, Offineer 2, Oliver 2, Osborn 2, Parker 4, Paulin 2, Percival 2, Pifer 2, Pocock 2, Priest 2, Quick 4, Ramsey 2, Reed 3, Richards 3, Richey 4, Riddle 4, Rogers 2, Roseberry 2, Rust 3, Sanborn 2, Sanders 2, Schauweker 2, Scott 7, Seibert 2, Shearer 2, Sheets 4, Sheller 2, Sheppard 2,
Shidler 3, Shriver 4, Sigler 4, Slocum 4, Smalley 3, Smith 11,
Spencer 3, Sprang 2, Sprott 2, Staman 2, Stearns 3, Stentz 4, Stockman 2, Stone 2, Strickland 2, Sunday 3, Swineford 4,
Switzer 2, Tannehill 4, Taylor 5, Thomas 5, Urie 3, VanNorstrand 2, Vantilburg 2, Warens 3, Welch 3, Wells 3, Wertman 7,
Wharton 4, Whitcomb 2, Wicoff 2, Wilson 3, Winbigler 2, Wolf 9, Worst 2, Yarnell 3, Young 3, Zehner 2 and Zimmerman 3.  
Hundreds of surnames for which there is only one family sketch.  PRICE  $68


FFOH-11A, 11B, 11C - ASHLAND COUNTY, OH  FF-OHIO:  BOOKS 11A, 11B &11C:  SOLD SINGLY OR AS A SET OF 3 BOOKS:  ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, DEATH RECORDS VOLUME 1; DEATH RECORDS VOLUME 2, PART 1; AND DEATH RECORDS VOLUME 2 PART 2; COVERING THE YEARS FROM 1867 TO 1908. 
1.)  VOLUME 1:  1867-1879.  Compiled by Susan Dunlap Lee &
others for the Ashland County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society.  ©1999. $20

2.)  VOLUME 2: PART 1:   ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO DEATH RECORDS VOLUME 2:  PART 1:  1880-1894, has 147 pages, cardstock covers
and follows the same format as the first volume.  Many surnames appear for the first time in this volume of this series. $20

3.)  VOLUME 2: PART 2:  1895 - 1908 has 140 pages, cardstock
covers and follows the same format as the other two volumes.  $20

SPECIAL VALUE:  All three books for $50!
The entries all follow a similar arrangement and require two lines. The first line contains the LAST NAME in caps; then the page
number in the original books; the death record number; their
marital status (S=single, M=married and W=widow/er,); their
color (B=black, W=white, C=colored,); Date of Death; Age at
death in years, months & days.

The second line contains the first name and middle name or initial; place of death; place of birth; and place of residence.  The last column is marked as other information and MAY contain the
following information:  A-Address (not found in Book 1); C-Cause
of death; F-Father of deceased; M-Mother of deceased;
O-Occupation; R-Name of person who reported the death;
[ ]-Compiler's notes; (") Court Clerk used ditto marks;
or "]; Compiler copied material as noted in records; and [?]
Compiler questions the material provided.

Therefore, the entries look somewhat like this, in columns:
ABRAMS #82 #139  M W   76 Jan 05   40y 1m 15d
A. Mary-Ashland-Washington Twp.,PA-Montgomery Twp.
The above entry simply means this is the death certificate
information for A. Mary Abrams, found on Page Number 82 -
death certificate #139;  She was married, white, died in 1876, on January 5, Her age was 40 years, 1 month and 15 days old.  She
died in Ashland County, [OH]; she was born in Washington County, PA; and her place of residence was in Montgomery Twp., [Ashland County, Ohio.]  The [Other] column is blank. The [Other] column on this page includes, with other entries, notes of premature [birth], accidental strangulation, killed, suicide and scalded.

There are 22 entries on most pages and there are 105 pages in the book plus six pages of index.  Since the death certificates are completely alphabetically arranged, most or all of one page could have far more than just one or two first names of a single surname, indeed as many as 22, so I have decided to do a surname count of the actual listings instead.  Following are any surnames with two or more deaths reported for this time period of 1867-1894
plus the number of entries for that surname from the other two books, so this number is an approximate [because of the variations in the spelling of the surnames over the time span involved.] for all three books. This is a very long index abstraction.   The total behind each name is approximate and includes the number given
in all three books.  Index: Aber 6, Adams 2, Akins 5, Albright 4, Alexander 6, Allee 3, Alleman 3, Allen 3, Allenbaugh 6, Ambrose 4, Amend 2, Anderson 28, Andress 2. Andrews 4,  Applegate 3, Arehart 7, Armstrong 8, Arndt 6, Arnholt 5, Arnold 6, Artman 3, Ashelman 2, Aten 3, Austin 9, Ayers 3, Bachelder 3, Backhouse 2, Bahn 3,
Ba(i)ley 11, Baker 23, Barkl(e)y 2, Bally 3, Bandeen 2, Barnhill 2, Barnet/t 2, Baron/e 2, Barr 5, Barrack 2, Barrett 3, Barrick 5, Barton 4, Batdorf/f 3, Baum 12, Beach 7, Beachler 3, Beam 7, Beard 7, Beattie/Beaty 2, Bebout 3, Bechtel 5, Beck 13, Bed(d)inger 3, Beechl(e)y 2, Beeghly 5, Beer 11, Bell 12, Bender 9,
Bennigho(o)ff 4, Bentle 2, Benton 8, Bernhard/t 6, Berry 3, B(e/i)ttinger 7, Beymer 3, Biddinger 12, Biggs 2, Bird 11,
Bishop 13, Black 11, Blocker 2, Blue 5, Bluet/t 2, Bockley 2, Boffenmyer 8, Bolles 7, Bol(l)y/ Bol(l)ey/ Bollee 6,
Bonebright 2, Bon(e)y 2, Bookman 4, Boots 4, Botdorf 6,
Bowen 6, Bowers 6, Bowman 23, Boyd 10, Boyer/s 11,
Braden 6, Brandt 5, Bransteter 2, Brecheisen/Breck(en)heisen 2, Brian 4, Briggs 3, Brindle 23, Brinker 4, Brock 3, Brown 33, Brubake/r 32, Bruce 4, Bryan/s 10,  Bryte 10, Buchan 5,
Buchanan 12, Buckingham 2, Buckley7, Buckmaster 3,
Buckwalter 3, Budd 10, Bull 5, Buntain 2, Bunyan 3, Burd 9,
Burgan 6, Burk 2, Burkhart 2, Burkholder 3, Burn(e)s 16,
Burnett 2, Burton 5, Bush 2, Bushnell 2, Busler 2, Butler 5, But(t)orf(f) 2, Buzzard 6, Byerly 5, Byers 15, Cake 5,
Calh(oo,ou)n 13, Campbell 35, Carnag(ey/ie) 3, Carns 2,
Carpenter 9, Carroll 3, Carson 3, Carter 11, Case 10,
Cassell 7, Cast(er/or) 7, Chamberlain 2 Chambers 8, Chandler 17, Chapel 2, Chapman 2, Charles 3, Charlton 2, Chase 3, Chesroun/Ches(s)rown 10, Chilco(a)t/e 5, Childs 2, Church 2,
Ciphers 4, Clark 21,  Cliff/e 6, Cline 4, Clinker 2,  Close 5, 
Clough 3, Clugh 4, Clugston 4,  Cobben 2, Cobel/Coble 11, Coe 7, Coffin 3, Coffman 11, Cole 9, Coleman 3, Conn 4,  Connel 3,
Conrad 3, Cook 9, Cordell 2, Corman 3, Cornell 2, Corston 2, 
Cosner 3,  Coulter 13, Countryman 3, Cout(t)s 7,  Cover 2,
Covert 8, Cowan 6, Cowie 2, Crabbs 2,  Craig 13, Crawford 13, 
Crist 4, Creveling 2, Critchfield 2, Critt(e/o)n 5, Crone 8,
Croninger 2, Crosier 2, Cross 6,Crow 2, Crowell 5, ulbertson 11,
Culler 21, Cummings 4, Cunning 2, Cunningham 3, Curry 4,
Curtis 2, Dak(e,i)n 2,  Dalton 6, Daniel/s 16, Danner 4,
Darling 8, Dava(u)lt 6, Davidson 7, Davis 28, Dawson
4, Dehart 3, Deibler 2, Denny 3, Dentler 2, Depler 4, Derr 6, Derrenberger 5, Derrenger 2, Derrow 3, Des(s)enb(e/u)rg 9,  DeShong 2, Dete 2, Detrich 3, Detrow 2, Devinney 5, Devor 3, Deyarmon 2,  Dickey 4, Diffendorfer 3, Dilgare 2, Dill(i)er 7, 
Dirlam 3,  Donaldson 2, Donley 5, Dore/Dorr 5, Dorland 2,
Doty 10 Doup 2, Dove 2, Dow 6, Down/s 3,  Drake 12,
Dressler 2, Drown 5, Dudley 3, Duffy 4,  Dunlap 2, Eagle 2,
Easley 3, Easterday 4, Eaton 3, Eberhart 5, Eberly 3,  Ebert/s 7,
Eby 2, Echelb(a/e)rger 9,  Eddy 7, Edmondson 2, Edgar 2, 
Edwards 7, Eichelberger 10, Eidt 2,  Eighinger 7, Ekey 6,
Emerick 6, Emery 4, Eminger 4, Emm(e/o)ns 9, Emrick 3,
Emslie 3,  Enck 2, Endinger 6, Engle 9. Ensminger 4, 
Es(b/p)enshade 2, Eshelman 4, Et(s/z)wiler 6,  Euler 2, Evarts 3, Eweing 2, Ewing 21, Eyster 3, Faber 13, Fackler 2, Fair 7,
Farley 2,  Farqaharson 2, Fasig 4, Fast 25, Feakins 2, Feightner 2, Felger 4, Ferguson 6, Ferr(e/i)l/l 5,  Ferris 5, Fickes  3,
Figley 2, Fike 17, Finger 6, Finkel 2,  Finley 9, First 3, Fisher 11, Fleshman 5, Flickinger 2,  Fluke 7, Ford 9, Fortney 2, Foss 7, 
Foster 3, Fox 13, Fraim 2, Frankhouser 2, Frank/s 8,  Frantz/e 6,  Frazee 4,  Freer 11, Freshwater 3, Fretz 2, Frey 2, Freytag 3,
Frink, 2, Friskney 2, Fritz 4, Frizzle 6, Fron(z/ce) 7,  Fry 5
Gal(a/o)way 9, Gamble 2, Gantz 4,  Gardner 12,  Garn/s 9, 
Garrett 5, Garst 2, Garver 8,  Gates 4, Gault 13, Geier 2, Geiger 2, Gender 2, George 3, Gibb 2, Gibson 16, Gier 4, Gilletly 2, Gipe 2,
Glass 2, Glenn 15, Glessner 5,  Goard 8,  Gongaway 2,
Gong(a)wer 11, Good 4, Gorden 3, Gordon 10,  Gorham 12, 
Goudy 4,  Gould 9,  Graber 2, Graf 6, Grabill 2, Graham 8,  Gray 6, Green 3, Greenamyer 3, Green(a/e)wald 5,  Greenlee 8,
Greenlun 2, Greethem 3, Gregg 8, Gribben 3,  Griffith 6, Grimes 3,  Groff 3, Grosscup 3, Grubb 2, Guthrie 4, Hall 4, Hamilton 4,
Hammond 2, Hanna 2, Hann(a/o)n 5, Harbuch/ Harbaugh 2,  Harkness 2,  Harl(ae/i)n 5,  Harman 3, Harmon 5,  Harper 5, 
Harpster 7, Harris 6,  Hart 8,  Hartman 10, Hartzel 2, Harvey 2, Harvout 3, Hawks 2,  Hay 3,  Hays/es 4,  Hazel(e)tt 3, Hazen 2, Heffelfinger 5, Heichel 3,  Heifner 13, Helbert 13,  Helman 5, 
Heltman 3,  Henderson 8,  Henry 3, Herman 4, Herschler 4,
Hershey 2, Hess 8, Hiffner 3, Hilburn 2, Hilde(r)brand 4, Hill 10, 
Hiller 8, Hines 2,  Hink(el/le) 5, Hipp 2,  Hiser 3, Hissem 3,  Hockensmith 6, Hollinger 2,  Holt 2, Homan/n 4, Honeberger 3, Honeyb(a/e)rger 2, Hoover 9, Horn 4, Hos(s)ler 6,  Houser 8, Hous(e)holder 2, Hoy 2, Hoyt/s 2, Hubbard 3, Hubler 4, Huff 3, Huffman 4,  Hughes 4, Hull 4, Humm 3, Humphrey 8,
Humrichouser 3, Hunter 17, Huston 2, Hutchinson 3,  Hyde 4,  Ilg(a/e)r 2, Imhoff 10, Ingman/d 3, Irvin 3, Jackson 6,
acob/s 5,  Jameson 3,  Jarvis 9,  Jeffrey 2, Johnson 22,
Johnston 3,  Jones 14,  Jordan 2, Kagey 6, Kahl 9,  Kane 2,
Kantzer 5, Karn(e)s 4, Kart 2,  Kauf(f)man 12,  Kayl(ar/or) 6,  K(ea/ee)n 7, Keener 10, Keever 2, Keffer 2,  Keightly 4,
Keister 5, Kelley 3, Kellogg 3, Kendig 4, Kennedy 2, Kerr 4,
Kett(e)ring 3, Kick 5, Kilgore 4,  Kindell/le) 5,  King 3,
K(e/i)nney 3, Kiplinger 9, Kirkpatrick 3,  Kirkton 4,  Kissel 2,
Kline 5, Knoth 3, Koon/s 6, Kopp 4, Kosht 4, Kramer 2,
Land(e/i)s 11, Larrabee 3, Lash 9, Latcher 2, Latimer 2, La
Lewis 7,  Livingston/e 5,  Lockhart 7,  Long 16,  Lucas 5, Lusk 2,
Lutz 7, Lybolt 2, Lyon 2, Macumber 2, Maize 3, Malcolm 3,
Mang 2, Manhart 2, Mann 3, Manor 2, Mansfield 2, Mapes 6,
Marietta 4, Mark, Martin 17, Marvin 2,  Mason 11,  Masters 4, Matthews 2,  Mauer 7, Maxwell 4, May 3, McBride 2, McCarly 2, McClain 5, McClellan 2, McClintock 4,  McClure 16, McConnell 5, McCool 4, McCray 3, McCready 2, McDaniel/s 3, McDonald 6,
McDowell 6,  McEntire 4,  McFadden 16, McGrath 3, McGuire 5,  McIlvain 3,  McInty(er/re) 6,  McKean 7, McKee 3, McKib(b)en 5, McKinley 6,  McLaughlin 5, McM(e/i)llen 2,  McMurry 3, McNabb 5, McNaul/l 3, McNulty 2,  McQuill(ian/in) 4, Means 3, Melching 2,
Meng 2, Mercer 3, Merrifield 5, Metcalf 11,  Miller 52,  Milligan 4,   Mish 5, Miz(i)ner 2, Moerz 3, Moff(e/i)t 4, Moherman 4, Mohler 3, Mohn 4,  Mohre 2,  Moor/e 8, Moores 3,  Morr 7,  Moses 3,
Motter 11,  Moultrip 3,  Mowers 2, Mowery 10, Moyer 3, Muchler 2, Mumaw 3, Mumper 3, Mundorf 2, Murphey 11, Murray 3, Myers 39, Mykrantz 5, Nail 2, Naylor 10, Neel(e)y 4, Nell 2,  Nelson 11, Newcom(m)er 2, Newell 2, Newkirk 3, Newman 4, Nip/
Har(r)ow 3, Ohl 6, Oliver 2, Onstott 2, Oswalt 2, Otto 7, Owings 2, Oxender 3, Palmer 6,  Park 3, Parker 4, Parmely 2, Parr 4,  Parrish 3, Parrott 9, Patterson 9, Paul 2, Paullin 3, Paxton 6, Pence 2,
Percival 3, Peters 5,  Peterson 3, Phillips 5, Pifer 7, Pittinger 2,
Pixley 2, Plank 5,  Plenge 2, Plice 3,  Pocock 8, Poff 2, Pol(l)ins 3, Pol(l)ock 8, Poorman 3, Porter 9, Potter 6, Premer 2, Priest 10,  Pro(u/w)dfit 5, Raby 2, Ralston 2, Ramsay 3, Ramsie 2, Ray 3,
Read/e 3,  Reader 2, Redd 2,  Redding 4, Reed 9, Reinhar(d)t 2, Remley 3, Reynolds 2, Riblet 7, Rice 5,  Richard/s 23, Richey 2, Rickerd 3, Ricket/s 10, Rick(el/le) 6, Riddle 5, Ridgley 3, Riffle 4, Riley 11, Risser 4, Ritch(ie/ey) 4, Roberts 5, Robinson 5,
Robison 5, Rockenfel(d/t)er 2,  Rogers 3, Rohn 4, Roland 5,
Rosebe (r)ry 2,  Rouch 2, Rowland 8, Royer 6, Rubanault 2,
Rubenolt 2, Rudy 3, Ruffcorn 2, Rumfield 2, Rupert 2, Rusch 2,
Rush 3, Russel 15,  Rust 4, Ryall 4, Ryland 4, Sacket/t 2,  Sadler 3,  Sample 3, Sampsel 6, Sanders 3, Sat(t)ler 10, Saylor 2, Schaffer 2, Schmidt 2, Scott 22, Seal(e/o)r 3, See 2, Seibert 5, Selby 9,
Sellers 2,  Shafer 16, , Shaffer 4, Shambaugh 5, Sharp 2, Sharrick 3, Shaver 5, Shaw 11,  Shearer 10, Sheets 7, Sheller 4, Shelly 2, She(m/n)b(a/e)rger 9, Sherick 2, Sherriff 2, Shidler 3, Shiffler 2, Shire 3, Shisler 5, Shoemaker 6, Shopbell 6, Shriner 2, Shriver 3,  Shutt 5, Siegfried 2, Sigler 5, Simmons 6,  Simonton 2, Singer 4, Slater 4,  Sloan 14,  Slocum 7, Smalley 17, Smel(tz/s)er 3,
Smith 60, Snader 2, Snively 2, Snoddy 2, Snook 3, Snyder 25,
Soles 2, Solomon 2, Souder/s 3, Spade 5, Speece 2, Spencer 4,  Spidle/Spidill 2, Spitler 4, Sprang 5, Sprengle 2, Springer 4,
Sprott 2, Stacher 5,  Stafford 6, Stahl 5, Staman 4, Starrett 2, 
Staufer 4, Steel 3, Stem 7, Stentz/e 17, Stevens 4, Stewart 3,
Stine 9, Stockman 4, Stofer 4, Stoltz 2, Stone 8, Stoner 8, 
Stopher 2, Stout 3, Stover 4,  Str(ea/ee)t(er/or) 2, Strickland 3, Strine 2, Strouse 2,  Stull 5, Stump 2, Sturdevant 5, Sum(m)ers 4, Sunday 5, Sundy 3, Swain 3, Swaisgood 6, Swan(e)y 3,
Swas(s)ic/k 4,   Swineford 11, Switzer 7, Swoveland 3,
Tannehill 3, Tanner 3, Tate 2, Taylor 9, Temple 2, Templeton 2,
Thom 2, Thomas 22,  Thompson 10, Thornb(e/u)rg 2, Tindale 2, Tinn(e)y 2, Toby 2,  Topper 4, Trea(c/s)e 5, Troxel 3, Twells 2, Ullman 2, Ulrich 2, Umbaugh 2, Urie 2, Vail 2, Vance 5,
VanGilder 5, Vanniman 2,  VanNim(a/e)n 2, VanScoyoc 4,
Vantilburg 3, Vanzil/s 4, Velton 2, Vernon 3, Vesper 7, Vier/s 4,  Wadd(el/le) 6, Wagoner 2, Walker 7, Wallace 4,  Walters 4, 
Waltz 2, Ward 7, Warner 3,  Warnes 3,  Weatherbe/e 2,
 Weaver 20,  Web(b)er 2, Wedd(ell/le) 3, Weedman 3, Weeks 2, Weikel 3, Weirick 2, Weisen(s)tine 3, Welch 7 , Weltmer 2,
Wentz 3,  Wertenberger 4, Wertman 10, Wert(s/z) 3,  Westaver 2,
Westhe(i)fer 4, Weygandt 4,  Whiss/t)ler 16, Whitcomb 4,
White 18, Whiting 2, Wick/s 3, Wickham 2,  Wiler 6, Wiley 6, William/s 12, Wil/lson 17, Wiltrout 2,  Winbigler 14, Winton,
 Wise 9, Wolcott 2, Wolf/e 26, Woods 6, Wright 2, Yeater 9,
 Yockel 2, Yocum 3, Young 15, Zehner 14, Zigler 2  and
Zimmerman 17.  Price:  $20 each or SPECIAL VALUE all 3
 books priced together as a set for $50. 

 
FFOH-15B - ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO:   FF-OHIO:  BOOK
15B:  D038B:  of this book.  ASHLAND, OHIO, CENTENNIAL HOME COMING WEEK - JULY 26-31, 1815 - 1915. 
By William A.
Duff Ashland:  City of Progress and Prosperity 1815-1915.  Reprint
by the Ashland County Chapter of OGS 1994.  Original printed by Garber Publishing Co. in Ashland.  14-page index by Thomas
Stephen Neel.  Book itself has 187 pages + index.  The program were three one-hour musical vocal and organ recitals given at three different churches that week, Pictures and articles by or about citizens helping the community to celebrate.  Book is in good condition.  PRICE $22

 
FFOH - 16  ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO:   FF-OHIO:  BOOK 16
 D041A [NOTE:  Check condition notes below:]  EARLY HISTORY OF HAYESVILLE AND VERMILLION TOWNSHIP. 
Line
drawing of Hayesville Academy on the cardstock cover. 
1776-1976.  BICENTENNIAL EDITION.  Researched and written by Mrs. William Patterson.  Author's Comment:  No early day family was intentionally omitted.  21 chapters cover nearly every aspect of this county's history!  6.5 by 9.5 inches, after folding and stapling.  96 pages. Lots of new and old photos. See below for notes on the condition of these two books and their different prices.

FFOH-16 Book 16  D041A is not in the best of shape.  Wrapper edge has been taped with book tape and is not attached to the booklet, although it is present.  There is flaking cardstock at top and bottom of front and top of back cover.  Corner of back has been folded under.  Booklet itself is in much better condition than the cover.  Contents are in good shape, neatly stapled, but just lie within the cover, but are not attached to the taped cover.  PRICE:  $6.
 
 
FFOH-18 - ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO:    FF-OHIO: BOOK 18:  D115:  1870 CENSUS INDEX OF ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO.  By Ashland
County Chapter of the OGS.  ©2001.  55 pages.  When the census indexes on the internet fail you, and they sometimes will, then this book, and others like it, will quite possibly help you find that elusive ancestor who is hiding behind that indescribable scrawl of the census taker.  Chances are somebody who works with these surnames on a researcher's basis in this county is going to be able to correctly transcribe these names.  Besides, you don't even have to worry that you are missing someone when you can study the whole list!  Plus you get all the people in that county that
share that surname in one research book, and you can go back and check it over anytime you want to!  Checking related surnames is easy too!  PRICE:  Just $7.  

 
 
FFOH-19 - ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO:    FF-OHIO:  BOOK 19:  D-139  1880 CENSUS INDEX OF ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO.  By the Ashland County Chapter of OGS.  1986.  Computer print-out, The 48 pages
are not numbered.  This is an alphabetically arranged list of every
one of the names of those people who were on the 1880 census of this county.  77 lines per column, 2 columns per page plus four
letter abbreviations of location, includes map of the co
transcription of the names.  PRICE:  $8

 
 
FFOH-21 - ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO:   FF-OHIO:  BOOK 21:  D134:  A HISTORY OF THE PIONEER AND MODERN TIMES OF ASHLAND COUNTY [OHIO] FROM THE EARLIEST TO THE PRESENT DATE [1862].  By H. S. Knapp.  Philadelphis, [PA], originally published by J. B. Lippincott & Co., ©1862 by H. S. Knapp.  This is a reprint, bound with a new
index sponsored by the Ashland County Chapter in 1983.  Book
has 550 pages plus 27 ½ pages of the new index.   Surnames in
the index with 5 or more than 5 entries are:  Adams, Albright,
Allison, Anderson, Andrews, Appleseed, [Johnny], Armentrout, Arnold, Aton, Ayres, Bailey, Baker, Barnes, Baughman, Beard,
Beer, Bell, Bender, Berry, Biggs, Bishop, Bittinger, Black, Botdorf, Bowmans, Braden, Brown, Brubaker, Bryan, Bryte, Buchanan, Buck, Budd, Buffamyer, Bull, Bunn, Burge, Burns, Burwell, Bushnell,
Butler, Buzzard, Byers, Cake, Calhoun, Campbell*, Carney, Carr*, Carter*, Castor, Cellar, Chamberlain, Chambers, Chandler, Chapman, Charles, Chilcote, Ciphers, Clark, Clugtston, Coe, Cole, Conine, Cook*, Copus*, Cory, Coulter*, Cowan, Cox, Craig, Crall, Crawford, Cressinger, Culbertson, Culler, Cunningham, Cuppy, Curtis, Dally, Davidson, Davis, Deardorff, Dehaven, Deming Dorland, Doty,
Downer, Drke, Driskel, Duncan, Dunlap, Eagle, Ecker, Eckley,
Elliot/t, Emerson, Emrick, Ewalt and Ewing.  Index goes to Z,
but I want to do a longer index for the next history.  Price: $60,

 
 
FFOH24 - CRAZY CRATE FFOH BOOK_24_. D 138.  ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO CHURCH RECORDS, VOLUME I.  By Thomas Stephen Neel.  Published by the Ashland County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, 2000, 159 pages, cardstock covers, wrappers, 14 different churches have records abstracts in this book.  Their denominations are: Reformed & Lutheran, Congregational, Presbyterian, Church of Jesus Christ, Evangelical and Baptist.  Also there is a listing of the churches by township and a separate listing by denomination.
There are abstracts of the obituaries in the Western Christian Advocate and in the Der Christliche Botschafter. 
Churches are located in the following  townships: Clearcreek,
Mifflin, Mohican, Orange, Perry, Ruggles and Vermillion. 
Adams, Alberson, Anderson, Andrews, Armentrout, Armstrong, Arnold, Bacon, Balentine, Barns, Beach, Beatie, Bebout, Beer,
Bell, Beverage, Black, Boyd, Brown, Brubaker, Buchan,
Buchanan/n, Budd, Buffamyer/Buffenmyer/Buffmier,
Burns,
Bushnell, Butler, Cameron, Campbell, Carr, Carter, Cellar/s,
Chambers, Ciphers, Clark, Coe, Cole,
Connelly, Cook, Coulter,
Cowan, Cox, Craig, Crisp, Culbertson, Cunningham, Curry, Curth, Curtiss, Cyphers, Davidson, Davis, Dawson, Debor, Deem,
Dickey, Dodge, Donley, Doty, Dunlap, Eaton, Edgar, Edwards,
Eldred, Ewing, Ferguson, Fluke, Ford, Fox, Frey, Friend,  Fry, Fulkerson, Fulton, Furnish, Gault, Gibson, Gillis, Glenn, Godfry,
Goudy, Graham, Granger, Grimm, Hamilton, Hanna, Hayes,
Hays, Heffner, Heichel, Heifner, Heiser, Helbert, Higbee, Hill,
Hindman, Hoffman, Horn, Hough, Householder, Howe, Huffman, Hunter, Jackson, Jameson, Jennings, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, Judson, Kennedy, Kerr, Kester, King, Kiplinger, Kirkpatrick, Lash, Leach, Lee, Linsey, Long, Ludwig and Lyman. PRICE
:

 
FOH27 - CRAZY CRATE FTE FFOH BOOK 27_.  D105  ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO RESEARCH AID #6 FOR MOHICAN TOWNSHIP.  By
the Ashland County Chapter of the OGS.  Co-edited by Mary E. Hovorka Beebe, Rita A. Bone Kopp and Marilyn E. Cheesman, 1988.  $25.  206 pages, punched 8 ½" by 11" pages, cardstock covers,
with a large size circular comb binding.  Mohican Township was surveyed in 1807 by Jonathan Cox and it's territory at that time contained several of the other townships.  Mohican was further divided as time went on.  This is explained in an article called The Evolution of Mohican Township.  The maps shown there are a big help.  The Table of Contents page lists sixty items about which you will find helpful information in this book.  You will see a present day county map, as well as the 1807 one by Cox, There are also 1 patent owner's map, 2 maps of 1861 and one of 1874, maps of Jeromesville, a list of 1836 delinquent taxpayers, and more maps to add to your understanding.  Also found here is the
list of the 1810, 1820, 1830, 1840 census with heads of household names, and numbers of residents.  Churches and cemeteries are listed, memberships and the burials are listed.  Tax lists and voter's lists are present for several different years.  This is an excellent idea!  Every item for the resident's list of this township is listed here and indexed.  If you have ancestors in this township, you need to buy this book.  It is packed full of information you might not even know ever existed and here it is, all in one package.  These pages are really packed with quality
information on these ancestors.  PRICE: $25

 
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