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This group is for anyone that is doing family history research in Washington, Ohio. Also contains information about the Underground Railroad activity in Southeastern Ohio & Wood County, (West) Virginia.

Website: http://www.myspace.com/historicalmariettaohio
Location: Washington, County, Ohio
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Latest Activity: Jul 25, 2017

1851 George W. Henderson (Wood Co., Va.) -vs- David Putnam, Jr. (Harmar, Ohio) Fugitive Slave Case - Includes Depositions of Those Involved..

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Monroe county and Clinton county 3 Replies

Started by Dianne Welch. Last reply by Dianne Welch Nov 8, 2009.

Monroe County

Started by Dianne Welch Oct 30, 2009.

vital records

Started by Dianne Welch Oct 5, 2009.

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Comment by mary johnson on August 9, 2010 at 10:49am
I looking to find out who Mary Ann ? (Tice) was. She and another woman Susannah are living in the household of John Tice with their children in 1850 but there are no men(husbands). Then in 1860, Mary Ann is living next to John and Susannah is still in the John Tice home with added Children with the Tice last name but still no men (husbands). Then I lose Mary Ann after the 1870 census where she is living as a domestic servant in the Henry Barnhart family with her son Lafayette.
Comment by Victoria Janes Tankersley on July 16, 2010 at 5:49pm
I am looking for information on Jacob Hart. I believe he was born around 1859. He lived in a town called Cornerville. in Marietta, Washington County Ohio. He married Vesta Roach. she was the daughter of Benjamin Patterson Roach and Emma Woodward also of Cornerville. I believe Jacob's parents are Fredrick and Rosa Hart but can't be sure. I have hit a roadblock on trying to find information on Jacob as I can find no record of him after his marriage. His wife, son and wife's parents as well as the person's i suspect to be his parents are buried in Yankeeburg Cemetary. I am looking for any further information on Jacob Hart and Benjamin Roach.
Comment by Debbie Noland Nitsche on September 18, 2009 at 9:50am
It's official - the Campus Martius and Ohio River museums are under the management of a local organization formed earlier this year specifically to keep their doors open.

Click here to read the article in the Marietta Times (9-18-09)
Comment by Kay Mulneix Oertel on July 23, 2009 at 9:09pm
Hi every one, Pam Drake and I are Bowie cousins. I also have my Thomas Mullinix in Sackett Creek, Ludlow Twp. Washington County, Ohio. He married Mary A. Smith on 4 Feb 1817. She is from N.J. and he was from Fred. County, MD. I was told he was one of the first to move to Ohio. But his last name was misspelled.
Comment by Diane Lynn Norton Shadd Kelley on July 23, 2009 at 4:54pm
Hi....Isaac KELLEY b1796 Randolph Co WV marr Mary CLARK 12Aug1816 in Harrison Co WV.....they traveled with their family,John P.,Emily and Eunice to Washington Co Ohio around 1840, I do have them on the 1840 census. Children are John P b WV.,Emily b WV, Eunice b WV, Sebastian Cabot b OH, and Lucinda b OH. I can connect them to Marietta Township in Washington Co. Apparantly Isaac is buried in Monroe Co abt 1845. John P then married in Washington Co, to Mary VANWEY they then went up to Licking Co, OH.
If anyone has a hint or any information about this family, particularly Isaac's movements in Washington Co....please contact me!
Thanks!
Comment by Pamela Ann Drake on July 21, 2009 at 4:08pm
Sorry Debbie I don't have a MySpace page. I'm lucky I have a Facebook wall now.
Comment by Debbie Noland Nitsche on July 21, 2009 at 2:08pm
Check out the MySpace Historical Marietta, Ohio. Lots of "goodies" there.

Historical Marietta, Ohio on MySpace
Comment by Pamela Ann Drake on July 18, 2009 at 11:14pm
I found you Debbie! I'm still trying to break through this brick wall of who Elizabeth"Betsy"Wilson's parents were back in Sussex Co.,DE. Betsy was married to Daniel Hearn at some point in Sussex Co.,DE. They moved to Washington Co.,OH. circa 1810 from Sussex Co.,DE. I have a feeling that Betsy was Daniel Hearn's second wife.Daniel Hearn had a total of 15 children. I descend from their daughter Nancy Ann Hearn who married James William Bowie 21 May 1842 in Washington Co.,OH.

Thanks for any help!

Pam in IN.
 

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