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Elias Spurgeon

Last Edited26 July 2018


Elias Spurgeon and James Young on 2 December 1834 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Joshua Baker Bearss and Susannah Mann?? to Daniel Wyaut for $600. Being part of Section 22. Township 4 South, Range 16 described as beginning at the corner of lands owned by James McCauley, Rachel See, and Christian Long in the center of the Columbus and Sandusky Turnpike road, then with road 13 degrees East of North 77 poles to the corner of the land owned by Alexander Kirkpatrick, then 86 degrees South of East 1.5 poles, then North 8 poles to the section line, then East 113 poles to the section line, then South 80 poles, then West 173 poles to the beginning, containing 80 Acres. Filed on the 19 May 1835 and recorded on 20 May 1835.1

Citations

  1. [S2218] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 7: 114-115, Joshua B Bearss to Daniel Wyaut; digital image, "Deeds, v. 7-8 1834-1836", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-5HF3?i=63&cat=252960 : accessed 26 July 2018).

Governor Allen Trimble

b. 24 November 1783, d. 3 February 1870
Last Edited26 July 2018

Governor Allen Trimble was born on 24 November 1783 in Augusta County, VirginiaG.1


Governor Allen Trimble on 15 March 1830 sold property located in Marion County, OhioG, to Joshua Baker Bearss for $183. Described as Lot 1 in Location 2 in Section 22 of Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 112 Acres. Filed and recorded 18 Aug 1834. This property was part of the Ohio Turnpike Lands, a group of land tracts granted by the United States Congress to the state of Ohio in 1827 along the path of a proposed road in the northwest corner of the state.2,3


Governor Allen Trimble died on 3 February 1870, at age 86, in Hillsboro, Highland County, OhioG.

Citations

  1. [S2219] Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allen_Trimble, : accessed 26 July 2018) "Allen Trimble,".
  2. [S2220] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 6: 174-175, Joshua B Bearss from Governor Allen Trimble; digital image, "Deeds, v. 5-6 1832-1835", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-5Y1H?i=450&cat=252960 : accessed 26 July 2018).
  3. [S2221] Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turnpike_Lands, : accessed 26 July 2018) "Turnpike Lands,".

Eunice Packard

Last Edited26 July 2018


Eunice Packard and J.B Packard on 15 June 1832 sold property located in Marion County, OhioG, to Joshua Baker Bearss for $500. Described as the West Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 29 in Township 4 South, Range 17, containing 80 Acres. Filed and recorded 18 Aug 1834. Witnessed by Alanson Packard and Samuel Littlefield.1

Citations

  1. [S2222] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 6: 175, Joshua B Bearss from J B Packard; digital image, "Deeds, v. 5-6 1832-1835", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-5Y1H?i=450&cat=252960 : accessed 26 July 2018).

Samuel Littlefield

Last Edited26 July 2018


Samuel Littlefield and Alanson Packard on 15 June 1832 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, by Joshua Baker Bearss from J.B Packard and Eunice Packard for $500. Described as the West Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 29 in Township 4 South, Range 17, containing 80 Acres. Filed and recorded 18 Aug 1834.1

Citations

  1. [S2222] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 6: 175, Joshua B Bearss from J B Packard; digital image, "Deeds, v. 5-6 1832-1835", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-5Y1H?i=450&cat=252960 : accessed 26 July 2018).

Susanna Parcel

Last Edited26 July 2018


Susanna Parcel and Henry Parcel on 5 March 1834 sold property located in Marion County, OhioG, to Joshua Baker Bearss for $500. Being part of Section 22. Township 4 South, Range 16 described as beginning at the corner of lands owned by James McCauley, Rachel See, and Christian Long in the center of the Columbus and Sandusky Turnpike road, then East of North along the road to the South West corner of Alexander Kirkpatrick lot, then South of East with the line of the lot to the South East corner of the lot, then North to the Section line, then East, then South, and then West to beginning, containing 80 Acres. Filed and recorded 18 June 1834. Witnessed by James Young and Alexander Kirkpatrick.1

Citations

  1. [S2223] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 6: 176-177, Joshua B Bearss from Henry Parcell; digital image, "Deeds, v. 5-6 1832-1835", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G937-59MN-X?i=451&cat=252960 : accessed 26 July 2018).

Alexander Kirkpatrick

Last Edited26 July 2018


Alexander Kirkpatrick and James Young on 5 March 1834 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, by Joshua Baker Bearss from Henry Parcel and Susanna Parcel for $500. Being part of Section 22. Township 4 South, Range 16 described as beginning at the corner of lands owned by James McCauley, Rachel See, and Christian Long in the center of the Columbus and Sandusky Turnpike road, then East of North along the road to the South West corner of Alexander Kirkpatrick lot, then South of East with the line of the lot to the South East corner of the lot, then North to the Section line, then East, then South, and then West to beginning, containing 80 Acres. Filed and recorded 18 June 1834.1

Citations

  1. [S2223] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 6: 176-177, Joshua B Bearss from Henry Parcell; digital image, "Deeds, v. 5-6 1832-1835", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G937-59MN-X?i=451&cat=252960 : accessed 26 July 2018).

John Parcel

Last Edited27 July 2018


John Parcel on 26 December 1833 purchased property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Samuel Thurston and Prudence Bearss for $75. Described as the South Half of the West Half of the North West Quarter of Section 23 of Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 40 Acres. Filed 30 June 1834 and recorded 7 July 1834. Witnessed by James Young and Nathan Parsons.1

Citations

  1. [S2224] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 6: 108, Samuel Thurston to John Parcel; digital image, "Deeds, v. 5-6 1832-1835", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G937-59MV-N?i=417&cat=252960 : accessed 27 July 2018).

Nathan Parsons

Last Edited27 July 2018


Nathan Parsons and James Young on 26 December 1833 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Samuel Thurston and Prudence Bearss to John Parcel for $75. Described as the South Half of the West Half of the North West Quarter of Section 23 of Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 40 Acres. Filed 30 June 1834 and recorded 7 July 1834.1

Citations

  1. [S2224] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 6: 108, Samuel Thurston to John Parcel; digital image, "Deeds, v. 5-6 1832-1835", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G937-59MV-N?i=417&cat=252960 : accessed 27 July 2018).

Daniel Reeser

Last Edited27 July 2018


Daniel Reeser on 13 June 1835 purchased property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Samuel Thurston and Prudence Bearss for $200. Described as North half of the East half of the South East quarter of Section 15 in Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 40 Acres. Filed and recorded 15 Sep 1835. Witnessed by Samuel Andrew and Joshua Baker Bearss.1

Citations

  1. [S2225] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 7: 483-484, Samuel Thurston to Danyel Reeser; digital image, "Deeds, v. 7-8 1834-1836", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-5H9L?i=249&cat=252960 : accessed 27 July 2018).

Samuel Andrew

Last Edited2 April 2019


Samuel Andrew and Joshua Baker Bearss on 13 June 1835 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Samuel Thurston and Prudence Bearss to Daniel Reeser for $200. Described as North half of the East half of the South East quarter of Section 15 in Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 40 Acres. Filed and recorded 15 Sep 1835.1


Samuel Andrew and Joshua Baker Bearss on 13 June 1835 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Samuel Thurston and Prudence Bearss to Thomas Monnett for $200. Described as South half of the East half of the South East quarter of Section 15 in Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 40 Acres. Filed and recorded 9 Oct 1835.2


Samuel Andrew and Joshua Baker Bearss on 13 June 1835 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Samuel Thurston and Prudence Bearss to Thomas Monnett for $200. Described as North half of the West half of the North West quarter of Section 23 in Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 40 Acres. Filed 15 Dec 1835 and recorded 16 Dec 1835.3

Citations

  1. [S2225] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 7: 483-484, Samuel Thurston to Danyel Reeser; digital image, "Deeds, v. 7-8 1834-1836", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-5H9L?i=249&cat=252960 : accessed 27 July 2018).
  2. [S2226] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 7: 535-536, Samuel Thurston to Thomas Monnett; digital image, "Deeds, v. 7-8 1834-1836", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-5H3W?i=275&cat=252960 : accessed 27 July 2018).
  3. [S2227] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 8: 199-200, Samuel Thurston to Thomas Monnett; digital image, "Deeds, v. 7-8 1834-1836", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-54QG?i=392&cat=252960 : accessed 28 July 2018).

Thomas Monnett

Last Edited27 July 2018


Thomas Monnett on 13 June 1835 purchased property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Samuel Thurston and Prudence Bearss for $200. Described as South half of the East half of the South East quarter of Section 15 in Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 40 Acres. Filed and recorded 9 Oct 1835. Witnessed by Samuel Andrew and Joshua Baker Bearss.1


Thomas Monnett on 13 June 1835 purchased property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Samuel Thurston and Prudence Bearss for $200. Described as North half of the West half of the North West quarter of Section 23 in Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 40 Acres. Filed 15 Dec 1835 and recorded 16 Dec 1835. Witnessed by Samuel Andrew and Joshua Baker Bearss.2

Citations

  1. [S2226] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 7: 535-536, Samuel Thurston to Thomas Monnett; digital image, "Deeds, v. 7-8 1834-1836", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-5H3W?i=275&cat=252960 : accessed 27 July 2018).
  2. [S2227] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 8: 199-200, Samuel Thurston to Thomas Monnett; digital image, "Deeds, v. 7-8 1834-1836", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-54QG?i=392&cat=252960 : accessed 28 July 2018).

Pamilia Leonard

b. about 1828
Last Edited31 July 2018

Pamilia Leonard was born about 1828 in OhioG.1


Pamilia Leonard married Nathan Herendeen after 2 February 1852 in Delaware County, OhioG.2


After her marriage she was known as Pamilia Herendeen.


On 1 October 1860 Pamilia Leonard was enumerated in the household of Nathan Herendeen on the 1860 U. S. census for Macon County, IllinoisG, as Pamelia Herendeen, 32 years old, birthplace of Ohio. Also enumerated in the household were Orrison Herendeen, Norton Herendeen, Hulda Ann Herendeen, Irvin Herendeen, Morris Herendeen, Eunice Herendeen, and Almida Herendeen.1

Children with Nathan Herendeen (b. about 1812)

DaughterEunice Herendeen (b. about 1853)
DaughterAlmida Herendeen (b. about 1858)

Citations

  1. [S2235] 1860 U. S. census, Macon County, Illinois, population schedule, , Sangamon Post Office, p. 341 (written), dwelling 31, family 53, Nathan Herendeen; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 31 July 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M653, Roll 203
  2. [S2234] Delaware County, Ohio, Marriage Records, 2, Nathan Herendeen and Parmelia Leonard; database with images, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-2013", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939K-BGSM-HP?cc=1614804&wc=Q6SP-X3Y%3A121349301%2C121835401, path image 144 of 316 : accessed 30 July 2018).

Eunice Herendeen

b. about 1853
Last Edited31 July 2018

Eunice Herendeen was born about 1853 in OhioG.1
She was the daughter of Nathan Herendeen and Pamilia Leonard.1

On 1 October 1860 Eunice Herendeen was enumerated in the household of Nathan Herendeen on the 1860 U. S. census for Macon County, IllinoisG, as Eunice Herendeen, 7 years old, birthplace of Ohio. Also enumerated in the household were Pamilia Leonard, Orrison Herendeen, Norton Herendeen, Hulda Ann Herendeen, Irvin Herendeen, Morris Herendeen, and Almida Herendeen.1

Citations

  1. [S2235] 1860 U. S. census, Macon County, Illinois, population schedule, , Sangamon Post Office, p. 341 (written), dwelling 31, family 53, Nathan Herendeen; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 31 July 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M653, Roll 203

Almida Herendeen

b. about 1858
Last Edited31 July 2018

Almida Herendeen was born about 1858 in IllinoisG.1
She was the daughter of Nathan Herendeen and Pamilia Leonard.1

On 1 October 1860 Almida Herendeen was enumerated in the household of Nathan Herendeen on the 1860 U. S. census for Macon County, IllinoisG, as Almida Herendeen, 2 years old, birthplace of Illinois. Also enumerated in the household were Pamilia Leonard, Orrison Herendeen, Norton Herendeen, Hulda Ann Herendeen, Irvin Herendeen, Morris Herendeen, and Eunice Herendeen.1

Citations

  1. [S2235] 1860 U. S. census, Macon County, Illinois, population schedule, , Sangamon Post Office, p. 341 (written), dwelling 31, family 53, Nathan Herendeen; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 31 July 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M653, Roll 203

Mary

b. 11 September 1811, d. 19 November 1850
Last Edited5 August 2018

Mary was born on 11 September 1811.1


Mary married Jacob Rantz, son of Philip Rantz and Elizabeth Knorr, say 1840.1


After her marriage she was known as Mary Rantz.1


On 1 October 1850 Mary was enumerated in the household of Jacob Rantz on the 1850 U. S. census for Pleasant Township, Wabash County, IndianaG, as Mary Rantz, 39 years old, birthplace of Pennsylvania. Also enumerated in the household were Daniel B Rantz, Henry Rantz, Charles Rantz, Calvin Rantz, and Sarah Fickle.2


Mary died on 19 November 1850, at age 39.1


Mary was buried in Shiloh Cemetery, Pleasant Township, Wabash County, IndianaG, FG .1

Children with Jacob Rantz (b. 11 April 1796, d. 17 December 1879)

SonHenry Rantz (b. about 1841)
SonCharles Rantz (b. about 1843)
SonCalvin Rantz (b. about 1844)

Citations

  1. [S2239] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Mary Rentz, number 32140970, Creator:v f, Photo v f, accessed 4 August 2018. citing Shiloh Cemetery, Wabash County, Indiana.
  2. [S2243] 1850 U. S. census, Wabash County, Indiana, population schedule, Pleasant Township, p. 404B (stamped), dwelling 192, family 203, Jacob Rantz; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 4 August 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 178

Hannah Buck

b. 7 August 1797, d. 8 September 1836
Last Edited9 August 2018

Hannah Buck was born on 7 August 1797.1
She was the daughter of Daniel Buck and Mary Hill.2

Hannah Buck married Jacob Rantz, son of Philip Rantz and Elizabeth Knorr, say 1820.1


Hannah Buck died on 8 September 1836, at age 39.1


Hannah Buck was buried in Hill Burial Grounds, Muncy, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .3

Children with Jacob Rantz (b. 11 April 1796, d. 17 December 1879)

SonDaniel B Rantz (b. 10 March 1823, d. 22 February 1915)
DaughterNancy Rantz+ (b. 15 February 1825, d. 14 March 1914)
DaughterElizabeth Rantz (b. 30 December 1826, d. 9 September 1841)

Citations

  1. [S2240] Rachel Adams Cloud Pond and Clifton Ray Pond, compilers, Pond-Adams Families and Allied Families (New York: Unpublished, 1959), 3-4, Lukens Family ,Typescript of Genealogical Recorsd; digital image, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSS3-7321-W?i=232&cat=140603 : accessed 5 August 2018).
  2. [S1570] Helen H Russell, Preparer, Probate Records 1795-1850 Lycoming County, Pa (Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania: Fort Antes Chapter DAR, 1963); digital image, Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ : accessed 23 October 2017)., pg 11
  3. [S2242] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Hannah Buck Rantz, number 70747678, Creator:Malcolm Hall, Photo David (Bud) Andrews, accessed 5 August 2018. citing Hill Burial Grounds, Muncy, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Nancy Rantz

b. 15 February 1825, d. 14 March 1914
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited15 August 2018

Nancy Rantz was born on 15 February 1825 in PennsylvaniaG.1,2
She was the daughter of Jacob Rantz and Hannah Buck.1

Nancy Rantz married Mathias Lukens, son of Abraham Lukens and Elizabeth Moyer, on 28 May 1846 in Wabash County, IndianaG.3


Nancy Rantz was also known as Nancy Lukens.3


On 24 September 1850 Nancy Rantz was enumerated in the household of Mathias Lukens on the 1850 U. S. census for Pleasant Township, Wabash County, IndianaG, as Nancy Lukins, 25 years old, birthplace of Pennsylvania. Also enumerated in the household were William Lukens, Charles Lukens, and Jacob Rantz.2


Nancy Rantz died on 14 March 1914, at age 89.1


Nancy Rantz was buried in Shiloh Cemetery, Pleasant Township, Wabash County, IndianaG, FG .4

Children with Mathias Lukens (b. 8 November 1817, d. 25 March 1896)

SonWilliam Lukens (b. about 1848)
SonCharles Lukens (b. about 1849)

Citations

  1. [S2240] Rachel Adams Cloud Pond and Clifton Ray Pond, compilers, Pond-Adams Families and Allied Families (New York: Unpublished, 1959), 3-4, Lukens Family ,Typescript of Genealogical Recorsd; digital image, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSS3-7321-W?i=232&cat=140603 : accessed 5 August 2018).
  2. [S2297] 1850 U. S. census, Wabash County, Indiana, population schedule, Pleasant Township, p. 396B (stamped), dwelling 88, family 90, Mathias Lukins; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 14 August 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 178
  3. [S2294] Wabash County, Indiana, Marriage Record, A: 13, Mathias Lukins and Nancy Rentz; database with images, "Indiana Marriages, 1811-2007", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8974-M3BG?i=49&cc=1410397 : accessed 14 August 2018).
  4. [S2295] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Nancy Rantz Lukens, number 32140691, Creator:v f, Photo v f, accessed 14 August 2018. citing Shiloh Cemetery, Wabash County, Indiana.

Elizabeth Rantz

b. 30 December 1826, d. 9 September 1841
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited5 August 2018
She was the daughter of Jacob Rantz and Hannah Buck. z.
Elizabeth Rantz was born on 30 December 1826.


Elizabeth Rantz died on 9 September 1841, at age 14.

Daniel B Rantz

b. 10 March 1823, d. 22 February 1915
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited5 August 2018

Daniel B Rantz was born on 10 March 1823 in PennsylvaniaG.1
He was the son of Jacob Rantz and Hannah Buck.1

On 1 October 1850 Daniel B Rantz was enumerated in the household of Jacob Rantz on the 1850 U. S. census for Pleasant Township, Wabash County, IndianaG, as Daniel Rantz, 21 years old, birthplace of Pennsylvania, occupation of None. Also enumerated in the household were Mary, Henry Rantz, Charles Rantz, Calvin Rantz, and Sarah Fickle.2


Daniel B Rantz died on 22 February 1915, at age 91, in Stone County, MissouriG.1

Citations

  1. [S2241] Stone County, Missouri State Board of Health, Certificate of Death, 7116, Daniel B Rantz; database and images, "Missouri Death Certificates, 1910 - 1967", Missouri Digital Heritage (https://s1.sos.mo.gov/records/Archives/ArchivesMvc/DeathCertificates : accessed 5 August 2018).
  2. [S2243] 1850 U. S. census, Wabash County, Indiana, population schedule, Pleasant Township, p. 404B (stamped), dwelling 192, family 203, Jacob Rantz; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 4 August 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 178

Henry Rantz

b. about 1841
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited5 August 2018

Henry Rantz was born about 1841 in IndianaG.1
He was the son of Jacob Rantz and Mary.1

On 1 October 1850 Henry Rantz was enumerated in the household of Jacob Rantz on the 1850 U. S. census for Pleasant Township, Wabash County, IndianaG, as Henry Rantz, 9 years old, birthplace of Indiana. Also enumerated in the household were Mary, Daniel B Rantz, Charles Rantz, Calvin Rantz, and Sarah Fickle.1

Citations

  1. [S2243] 1850 U. S. census, Wabash County, Indiana, population schedule, Pleasant Township, p. 404B (stamped), dwelling 192, family 203, Jacob Rantz; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 4 August 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 178

Charles Rantz

b. about 1843
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited5 August 2018

Charles Rantz was born about 1843 in IndianaG.1
He was the son of Jacob Rantz and Mary.1

On 1 October 1850 Charles Rantz was enumerated in the household of Jacob Rantz on the 1850 U. S. census for Pleasant Township, Wabash County, IndianaG, as Charles Rantz, 7 years old, birthplace of Indiana. Also enumerated in the household were Mary, Daniel B Rantz, Henry Rantz, Calvin Rantz, and Sarah Fickle.1

Citations

  1. [S2243] 1850 U. S. census, Wabash County, Indiana, population schedule, Pleasant Township, p. 404B (stamped), dwelling 192, family 203, Jacob Rantz; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 4 August 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 178

Calvin Rantz

b. about 1844
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited5 August 2018

Calvin Rantz was born about 1844 in IndianaG.1
He was the son of Jacob Rantz and Mary.1

On 1 October 1850 Calvin Rantz was enumerated in the household of Jacob Rantz on the 1850 U. S. census for Pleasant Township, Wabash County, IndianaG, as Calvin Rantz, 6 years old, birthplace of Indiana. Also enumerated in the household were Mary, Daniel B Rantz, Henry Rantz, Charles Rantz, and Sarah Fickle.1

Citations

  1. [S2243] 1850 U. S. census, Wabash County, Indiana, population schedule, Pleasant Township, p. 404B (stamped), dwelling 192, family 203, Jacob Rantz; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 4 August 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 178

Sarah Fickle

b. about 1837
Last Edited5 August 2018

Sarah Fickle was born about 1837 in OhioG.1


On 1 October 1850 Sarah Fickle was enumerated in the household of Jacob Rantz on the 1850 U. S. census for Pleasant Township, Wabash County, IndianaG, as Sarah Fickle, 13 years old, birthplace of Ohio. Also enumerated in the household were Mary, Daniel B Rantz, Henry Rantz, Charles Rantz, and Calvin Rantz.1

Citations

  1. [S2243] 1850 U. S. census, Wabash County, Indiana, population schedule, Pleasant Township, p. 404B (stamped), dwelling 192, family 203, Jacob Rantz; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 4 August 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 178

Sarah Robinson

Last Edited5 August 2018


Sarah Robinson married Jacob Rantz, son of Philip Rantz and Elizabeth Knorr, on 15 December 1852 in Kosciusko County, IndianaG.1


After her marriage she was known as Sarah Rantz.1

Citations

  1. [S2244] Kosciusko County, Indiana, Marriage Record, 3: 260, Jacob Rantz and Sarah Robinson, 15 Dec 1852; database with images, "Indiana Marriages, 1811-2007", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VRQ3-4RS : accessed 5 August 2018).