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201 !NATURALIZATION PAPER: MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO, DATED 13TH SEPTEMBER 1852. BIRTHPLACE: HANOVER. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. 1860 (P.35).
AGE IS LISTED AS: 34. OCCUPATION: DRAYMAN. BIRTHPLACE: HANOVER.
COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!MARRIAGE RECORD: IGI, SOURCE M514381, SERIAL SHEET 1438.

!WILL: MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO, DATED 11 SEPTEMBER 1877. NAMES HIS BROTHER MATTHIAS LAUSE AS HIS EXECUTOR. LEFT ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, HIS SEWING MACHINE, AND ALL OF HIS HOUSEHOLD GOODS, FURNITURE (BEDS, BEDDING AND STOVES) TO HIS DAUGHTER A.M. CATHARINE LAUSE. TO HIS SON HENRY LAUSE HE LEFT ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS. THE REST OF HIS CHILDREN WERE TO SHARE EQUALLY THE REMAINDER. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
LAUSE, BALZ HENRY (I1317)
 
202 !NATURALIZATION RECORD: MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO, DATED 13 SEPTEMBER 1852. CAME TO THE UNITED STATES BEFORE THE AGE OF 18 AND WAS FORMERLY A SUBJECT OF ERNESTINE AUGUSTAS, KING OF HANOVER. ALSO ON 13 SEPTEMBER 1852, BALS H. LAUSE WAS NATURALIZED. HE WAS ALSO A NATIVE OF HANOVER.
COPIES IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!DEED RECORDS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. 25 MARCH 1854 (BK W2, P. 397). PROPERTY WAS LOCATED ON WATER STREET, NOW MONUMENT AVENUE IN DAYTON. 3 JUNE 1868 (BK F-4, P.137). 1 MARCH 1869 (BK H-4, P.183). 7 JULY 1870 (BK M-4, P.533). 21 SEPTEMBER 1874 (BK 101, P.1). 24 MAY 1876 (BK 106, P.261). 4 JUNE 1886 (BK 147, P.286). COPIES IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. YEARS 1860, 1870 (P.95), AND 1880. AGE IS LISTED AS: 32 IN 1860, 41 IN 1870 AND 51 IN 1880. OCCUPATION: COOPER IN 1860, GROCER (RET) IN 1870, AND RETAIL GROCER IN 1880. BIRTHPLACE: GERMANY (1860), HANOVER (1870 AND 1880). COPIES IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!WILL: MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO, DATED 4 NOVEMBER 1882. LEFT ENTIRE ESTATE TO MARIA THERESIA LAUSE AND MADE HER HIS EXECUTOR. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!DEATH RECORD: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. CAUSE OF DEATH: PNEUMONIA. RESIDENCE: 635 MONUMENT AVE. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!PHOTOGRAPH OF GRAVE: CALVARY CEMETERY, DAYTON, OHIO. IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
LAUSE, MATTHIAS (I1182)
 
203 !NATURALIZATION: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. DATED 12 MARCH 1859 AND 7 OCTOBER 1871. FROM HANOVER, PRUSSIA, GERMANY. MATTHIAS LAUSE WAS ONE OF HIS WITNESSES. XEROX COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!ESTATE SETTLEMENT: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. HE DID NOT LEAVE A WILL, HOWEVER THE ESTATE SETTLEMENT WAS FOUND AT: REIBOLD BUILDING, 6TH FLOOR, 4TH AND MAIN STREETS, DAYTON, OHIO. CASE NO. 12978. XEROX COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. HIS WIDOW WAS MARY SOPHIA EILERMAN, AND THE FOLLOWING WERE THEIR MINOR CHILDREN: JOSEPH, JOHN, FRANK, CLEMENS, BERNHARDT, AMBROSE AND MARY. ITEMS LISTED INCLUDE: $1,000.00, ONE SEWING MACHINE, ONE COOKING STOVE, ONE FAMILY BIBLE, ONE LOT SCHOOL BOOKS, ONE CLOCK, 3 BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING, COOKING UTENSILS, TABLEWARE, WARDROBES, CARPETS, CHAIRS, BUREAUS AND STANDS. P.O. GUSTIN, F. HOLZEN AND MATTHIAS LAUSE WERE THE APPRAISERS. 
EILERMAN, BERNHARDT H (I1279)
 
204 !NEWSPAPER ARTICLE: DAYTON NEWSPAPER. NO DATE. HEADLINE READS: "GRANDMA ENJOYS SCHOOL BUS POST." COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!NEWSPAPER PHOTOGRAPH: DAYTON AREA NEWSPAPER. DATED WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1958. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!DEATH CERTIFICATE: DATYON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. PARENTS' NAMES GIVEN AS EDWARD SULLIVAN AND CORA GRUBB. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
SULLIVAN, INEZ (I1148)
 
205 !NOTE SOME CONTROVERSY EXISTS FOR THIS SON, BECAUSE HE MAY OR MAY NOT BE THE EMMANUEL SCHERTZER WHO DIED IN HARDIN COUNTY, OHIO 09 JUL 1844. ACCORDING TO TOMBSTONE RECORDS, THAT EMMANUEL WAS BORN 04 APR 1799. IT IS POSSIBLE THAT THE EMMANUEL BORN IN 1794 DIED IN INFANCY, AND A SECOND SON, BORN IN 1799 WAS GIVEN THE SAME NAME. IT IS ALSO POSSIBLE THAT THE TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTION BEARS AN INCORRECT DATE OF BIRTH. ALL KNOWN RECORDS POINT TO THIS EMMANUEL SCHERTZER, REGARDLESS OF HIS DATE OF BIRTH, AS A SON OF JOHANNES JACOB SCHERTZER AND ELIZABETH BUCH, AND WE WILL CARRY HIM IN LINEAGE LINES AS SUCH UNTIL HIS DESCENT IS PROVEN OTHERWISE.

!NOTE SOME CONTROVERSY EXISTS FOR THIS SON, BECAUSE HE MAY OR MAY NOT BE THE EMMANUEL SCHERTZER WHO DIED IN HARDIN COUNTY, OHIO 09 JUL 1844. ACCORDING TO TOMBSTONE RECORDS, THAT EMMANUEL WAS BORN 04 APR 1799. IT IS POSSIBLE THAT THE EMMANUEL BORN IN 1794 DIED IN INFANCY, AND A SECOND SON, BORN IN 1799 WAS GIVEN THE SAME NAME. IT IS ALSO POSSIBLE THAT THE TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTION BEARS AN INCORRECT DATE OF BIRTH. ALL KNOWN RECORDS POINT TO THIS EMMANUEL SCHERTZER, REGARDLESS OF HIS DATE OF BIRTH, AS A SON OF JOHANNES JACOB SCHERTZER AND ELIZABETH BUCH, AND WE WILL CARRY HIM IN LINEAGE LINES AS SUCH UNTIL HIS DESCENT IS PROVEN OTHERWISE. 
SCHERTZER, EMANUEL (I178)
 
206 !ORDAINED HIGH PRIEST NOV 15, 1915 BY RICHARD R. LYMAN !DEATH CERT STATE OF UTAH NOV 25, 1939
!CENSUS- 1860, 1870, 1880, AND 1900 STATE OF UTAH

!JAMES HENRY WILCOX--PATRIARICAL BLESSING 138:71.
BORN 10 NOV 1855, NORTH ODGEN,UTAH.
SON OF JOHN HENRY WILCOX AND MARY YOUNG.
RECD 9 APR 1903 AT MT PLEASANT, UTAH
TRIBE: EPHRAIM
PATRIARCH: EDWARD CLIFF
FILM NO 392,696 ODGEN FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY







HISTORY OF JAMES HENRY WILCOX
BY GRACE CANDLAND JACOBSEN


JAMES HENRY WAS BORN NOVEMBER 10, 1855, AT NORTH OGDEN, UTAH. HE WAS THE SON OF JOHN HENRY OWEN AND MARY (YOUNG) WILCOX. WHEN HE WAS FOUR YEARS OLD HE CAME WITH HIS PARENTS TO MT. PLEASANT, WHERE HE GREW TO YOUNG MANHOOD. MEANWHILE, HELPING HIS FATHER ON THE FARM AND ASSISTING IN THE WORK OF THE NEW SETTLEMENT, WHICH WAS THEN BUT ONE YEAR OLD.
AS A LAD, JAMES HENRY WAS STRONG AND ALERT AND CAPABLE OF STRENUOUS LABOR WHICH REQUIRED SKILL AND FORESIGHT. HE WAS A MERE BOY WHEN THE BLACK HAWK INDIAN WAR BEGAN, BUT BECAUSE OF HIS DEPENDABILITY AND COURAGE HE WAS CHOSEN AS A SECRET SCOUT TO WATCH THE MANEUVERS OF THE RED MEN. AT OTHER TIMES HE ACTED AS A SENTINEL AND GUARD WHEN DANGER TO HIS OWN PEOPLE THREATENED TWO OF THE MOST DANGEROUS POSTS IN INDIAN WARFARE.
DURING THE PROGRESS OF THAT SIEGE OF MASSACRE AND BLOODSHED, JAMES HENRY BECAME ONE OF THE IMPORTANT FIGURES IN DEFENDING THE RIGHTS AND LIVES OF SETTLERS OF SANPETE AND SEVIER COUNTIES. MANY TIMES THE ARROWS FLEW AROUND LIKE HAIL, BUT HIS LIFE WAS SPARED TO DO THE GREAT WORK THAT AWAITED HIM.
THE HISTORY OF THAT TERRIBLE STRUGGLE, WITH ALL THE HORRORS IS A PART OF HIS OWN HISTORY AND THE COLONIZING OF THESE VALLEYS ARE A PART OF HIS LIFE WORK. TODAY HE ENJOYS THE HONOR OF BEING ONE OF THE FEW REMAINING BLACK HAWK INDIAN VETERANS OF THE STATE.
HIS FIRST VENTURE OUT INTO THE WORLD?S WORK CAME WHEN HE WAS SEVENTEEN. IN THE SPRING OF 1872, HE WENT TO AMERICAN FORK WHERE HE SECURED EMPLOYMENT ON A PRIVATE OWNED ROAD BEING BUILT TO A MINING CAMP IN AMERICAN FORK CANYON IN UTAH.
HERE HE REMAINED UNTIL THE FOLLOWING AUTUMN WHEN HE WENT TO COALVILLE TO TRY HIS HAND AT COAL MINING. THAT KIND OF LABOR WAS BOTH HARD AND UNPLEASANT. HIS NATURE REBELLED AGAINST THE DARK DUNGEONS OF DUST AND GRIME, AND THE UNPROGRESSIVE LIFE OF A POOR MINER. HE WAS FOR THE GREAT OPEN SPACES, ABOVE THE GROUND-THE PURE AIR AND THE GLORIOUS SUNLIGHT.
FORTUNE FAVORED HIM IN THIS DESIRE AND CALLED HIM TO BIG COTTONWOOD CANYON NEAR SALT LAKE CITY. HERE HE WAS ENGAGED BY A SAWMILL COMPANY TO CUT TIMBER, FOR THAT THRIVING INDUSTRY.
JAMES HENRY WAS A CONSCIENTIOUS WORKER AND SERVED HIS EMPLOYER FAITHFULLY AND WELL FOR FIVE SEASONS AND THEN HE DECIDED TO GO INTO BUSINESS FOR HIMSELF BY HOMESTEADING A TRACT OF FARMING LAND AT CASTLE DALE, UTAH, WHERE HE ARRIVED IN THE SPRING OF 1876. HE WAS 21 YEARS OLD. FOR 10 YEARS HE HAD BEEN AWAY WORKING HARD AND MAKING MONEY AND HE DECIDED TO VISIT HIS PARENTS AND ENJOY THE SOCIAL LIFE SO LONG DENIED HIM. THE DAY OF ROMANCE WAS AT HAND.
JAMES HENRY WAS TALL AND HANDSOME AND A GREAT FAVORITE WITH THE FAIR SEX. WINNING HIS WAY INTO THEIR HEARTS WITH EASE, BUT HE WAS ALSO A CLEVER AND CAUTIOUS SUITOR AND KEPT HIS AFFECTION INTACT UNTIL HE WAS SURE HE HAD FOUND HIS MATE.
THIS HAPPY EVENT OCCURRED WHEN HE MET MISS HARRIET ANN DAY, THE CHARMING DAUGHTER OF ABRAHAM AND CHARLOTTE KATHERINE DAY. HER BIRTH OCCURRED DECEMBER 27, 1864. SHE WAS NINE YEARS HIS JUNIOR, BUT THEIR NATURES AND INTERESTS BLENDED INTO THE IDEAL HARMONY THAT MAKES WEDDED LIFE A HAVEN OF PEACE AND COMRADERY, ONE OF THE RAREST AND MOST BLESSED THINGS IN LIFE.
AFTER A SHORT COURTSHIP THEY WERE MARRIED ON OCTOBER 27, 1880 IN THE ENDOWMENT HOUSE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
TWO DAYS LATER THEY WENT TO CASTLE DALE TO MAKE THEIR HOME ON THE SPLENDID FARM, WHICH JAMES HENRY, IN THE TIME, ACQUIRED UNDER THE HOMESTEAD ACT.
HERE THIS FINE COUPLE TOOK UP THE BUSINESS OF LIFE AS ALL PIONEERS DO IN THE SPIRIT OF FAITH AND THE DETERMINATION TO SUCCEED. THE FUTURE HELD NO FEAR FOR JAMES HENRY. HIS AMBITION WAS TO PROVIDE EVERY COMFORT AND LUXURY FOR HIS FAMILY WITHIN HIS POWER FOR WELL HE KNEW THAT THE WONDERFUL WOMAN HE HAD CHOSEN TO KEEP HIM COMPANY DOWN THE STREAM OF COMING YEARS, WAS WORTHY OF ALL HE COULD OFFER HER AND THAT HER KIND AND LOVING SYMPATHY, HER ATTITUDE OF SWEETNESS AND GOOD CHEER WOULD LEAD HIM SAFELY ON TO THE SHORES OF SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS.
HARRIET ANN WAS DEEPLY RELIGIOUS. THERE WAS NO DOUBT IN HER HEART AS TO THE DIVINITY AND TRUTH OF MORMONISM. SHE NOT ONLY SWAYED THE SCEPTER OF GOOD WILL IN HER HOME, BUT SHE KEPT ITS VERY ATMOSPHERE CHARGED WITH FAITH AND DUTY. IT WAS HER DESIRE TO SET A WORTHY EXAMPLE TO HER CHILDREN IN ALL THINGS, AND PRACTICE THE PRINCIPLES OF HER RELIGION TO THE BEST OF HER ABILITY.
WHEN HER HUSBAND WAS CALLED TO FILL A MISSION, SHE GLADLY CONSENTED AND SENT HIM FORTH TO PROCLAIM THAT SAME MESSAGE OF SALVATION, WHICH HAD BROUGHT HER GRANDPARENTS TO THIS GOODLY LAND.
HE DEPARTED FOR THE NORTHERN STATES MISSION, OCTOBER 16, 1897, AND LABORED IN INDIANA AND VICINITY UNTIL DECEMBER 23, 1899, WHEN HE RETURNED HOME.
DURING HIS ABSENCE, HARRIET ANN MANAGED THE FARM WORK AND CARRIED THE BURDEN OF RESPONSIBILITY THAT FELL UPON HER FRAIL SHOULDERS AS ALL TRUE CHRISTIANS CARRY WITHOUT COMPLAINT, THE CROSS OF SACRIFICE, THAT FOR ANOTHER?S SAKE.
JAMES HENRY AND HARRIET ANN LIVED HAPPILY TOGETHER FOR 22 YEARS. PROSPERITY AND GOOD FORTUNE CAME THEIR WAY OVER THE ROUGH ROAD OF GOOD HARD WORK. THEY WERE COUNTED AMONG THE WELL-TO-DO OF CASTLE DALE AND THEIR FINE STABLE CITIZENSHIP PLACED THEM HIGH IN THE ESTIMATION OF THAT COMMUNITY, AND ALL WAS WELL AS FAR AS HUMAN EYES COULD SEE, AND HOW MERCIFUL IS PROVIDENCE IN CLOSING THAT DOOR UPON ALL OF LIFE?S CALAMITIES UNTIL WE ARE THERE TO MEET THEM.
AND SO IT WAS IN THIS CASE, NO ONE WAS PERMITTED TO SEE THE UNWELCOME RAVEN OF SORROW ABOUT TO SWOOP DOWN UPON THEM AND LEAVE IN ITS WAKE BROKEN HEARTS AND A DESOLATE HOME.
SEPTEMBER 29, 1902 WAS INDEED A DAY OF MOURNING, FOR ON THAT DAY, HARRIET ANN WENT AWAY BEYOND THE MISTS OF MORTALITY LEAVING AN INFANT DAUGHTER, BUT A FEW HOURS OLD. SHE HAD GIVEN TO THE WORLD ELEVEN LOVED CHILDREN; AND THEN LAID DOWN HER LIFE ON THE ALTAR OF MOTHERHOOD.
THIS GREAT TRAGEDY WAS THE BREAKING POINT IN JAMES HENRY?S LIFE. IT IS SAID THAT ADVERSITY IS SELDOM CONTENT WITH ONE VISIT. THE TRUTH OF THIS PREDICTION WAS VERIFIED A FEW YEARS LATER, WHEN JAMES HENRY BECAME INVOLVED IN A TRANSACTION WHEREBY HE WAS OBLIGED TO FORFEIT ALL HIS PROPERTY TO SATISFY THE COURTS, WHICH HELD HIM TO HIS PROMISE TO PAY IN CASE THE PARTY WHOM HE HAD BEFRIENDED BY SIGNING A PROMISSORY NOT, SHOULD DEFAULT AND DISAPPEAR.
THIS DISTRESSING EVENT, COUPLED WITH THE FIRST, WOULD HAVE DISHEARTENED MOST MEN AND SET THEM DRIFTING, BUT NOT SO WITH JAMES HENRY. CASTLE DALE HAD BEEN THE SCENE OF HIS GREATEST HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY, NOW IT WAS THE PLACE WHERE HE ENDURED HIS DEEPEST SORROW AND DARKEST DECEIT, BUT THE SPIRIT OF THE PIONEERS WAS IN HIS SOUL AND THE CONQUERING IMPULSE OF HIS FOREFATHERS BID HIM ARISE AND BEGIN ANEW, FOR THE WORLD WAS WIDE AND OPPORTUNITIES STILL AWAITED.
ACCORDINGLY, IN 1915, HE JOURNEYED TO MOAB, AND THEN TO SAN JUAN COUNTY AND TOOK UP ANOTHER FARM AS BEFORE ON THE HOMESTEADING PLAN. HIS RESIDENCE HERE CONTINUED FOR TWENTY YEARS, BRINGING THE ACTIVE PERIOD OF HIS USEFUL LIFE UP TO 80 YEARS.
IN THE AUTUMN OF 1934 HE GAVE HIS FARM TO HIS DAUGHTER, ANNA AND HER HUSBAND, WHO RESIDE THERE, AND CAME TO SALT LAKE CITY WITH HIS SON, EDGAR, WHERE HE HAS PERFORMED ORDINANCE WORK FOR THE PAST FEW MONTHS.
THEY REMAINED THERE UNTIL JUNE, 1935, WHEN THEY CAME TO FAIRVIEW TO MAKE THEIR HOME. HERE THEY LIVE TOGETHER DEVOTING MUCH OF THEIR TIME TO THE ALL-IMPORTANT TASK OF GATHERING GENEALOGY AND FAMILY HISTORY-A DUTY ENJOYED UPON ALL LATTER-DAY SAINTS FOR THE REDEMPTION AND SALVATION OF THEIR KINDRED.
IN CLOSING THIS BRIEF, IMPERFECT HISTORY OF THE WILCOX FAMILY, IT IS PLEASING TO NOTE THE STRONG, FIRM CITIZENSHIP, THE UNSTINTED SERVICES TO COUNTRY, THE AMBITION AND PERSEVERANCE, THE LOYALTY TO HOME AND RELIGION THAT CHARACTERIZES THIS OUTSTANDING GROUP OF PEOPLE, EVEN FROM THE FIRST GENERATION DOWN TO THE PRESENT TIME.
SURELY, THE VAST MULTITUDE WHO BEAR THE WILCOX NAME SHOULD BE PROUD OF THESE ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND CHERISH THIS PRICELESS INHERITANCE COMMITTED TO THEIR KEEPING, POINTING THE WAY TO HONOR AND SUCCESS.
IT ISN?T THE THINGS WE GATHER
FROM OUT THE EARTH?S VAST STORE
THAT COUNT, WHEN THE GAME IS FINISHED
AND THE RACE OF LIFE IS O?ER,
BUT THE DEEDS OF LIFE AND SERVICE,
AND THE HEALING BALM WE POUR
OVER THE CRUSHED AND BLEEDING HEARTS
WE LEAVE UPON THE SHORE.

THE FOREGOING ACCOUNT OF THE WILCOX FAMILIES WAS WRITTEN BY GRACE CANDLAND JACOBSEN, DECEMBER, 1935, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF EDGAR WILCOX, THE 8TH IN THE WILCOX LINE.

IN THE HISTORY ABOVE, THERE IS NO MENTION OF HIS SECOND MARRIAGE. HE MARRIED ELIZABETH ELLIS (STAKER) (DAY), ON THE 7TH OF APRIL, 1904. SHE WAS THE DAUGHTER OF NATHAN AND ELIZA (CUSWORTH) DAY, AND THE WIDOW OF GEORGE WILLIAM DAY. GEORGE WILLIAM DAY WAS A BROTHER OF HARRIET ANN DAY WILCOX. THEY HAD THREE CHILDREN.
TRUMAN AMBROSE WILCOX, BIRTH- 10 JAN. 1905
ARDEN JAMES WILCOX, BIRTH- 6 JULY 1907
OLIVE LORUNE WILCOX, BIRTH- 31 JULY 1909 DIED- 19 OCT. 1931

ELIZABETH ELLIS DIED 4 SEPT. 1949 IN FAIRVIEW, SANPETE, UTAH. 
WILCOX, JAMES HENRY (I35)
 
207 !PASSENGER LIST: SHIP LUCILLA FROM RICHMOND, DATED 3 NOV. 1833. AGE LISTED AS: 4. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: HANOVER. DESTINATION: CINCINNATI.
COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, SEE DEDRICK HINDERS, RIN 574.

!UNITED STATES CENSUS: MARION TOWNSHIP, MERCER COUNTY, OHIO. YEARS: 1840 (PAGE 102), AND 1850. AGE LISTED ON 1850 CENSUS AS BEING: 19. BIRTHPLACE: GERMANY. COPIES IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
HINDERS, MARIA (I1299)
 
208 !PASSENGER LIST: SHIP LUCILLA FROM RICHMOND, DATED 4 NOV. 1833. AGE LISTED AS: 7. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: HANOVER. DESTINATION: CINCINNATI.
COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, SEE DEDRICK HINDERS, RIN 574.

UNITED STATES CENSUS: MARION TOWNSHIP, MERCER COUNTY, OHIO. YEARS 1840 (PAGE 102), 1850, 1860 AND 1870 (PAGE 170). AGE LISTED AS: 22 (1850), 30 (1860), AND 45 (1870). OCCUPATION: FARMER. BIRTHPLACE: HANOVER AND PRUSSIA. COPIES IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTION: ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, GRAVEYARD, MARIA STEIN, MERCER, OHIO. PHOTOGRAPH IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
HINDERS, GERHARD (I1297)
 
209 !PASSENGER LIST: SHIP LUCILLA FROM RICHMOND, DATED 4 NOV. 1833. AGE LISTED AS: 8. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: HANOVER. DESTINATION: CINCINNATI.
COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, SEE DEDRICK HINDERS, RIN 574. 
HINDERS, CATHERINA (I1296)
 
210 !PASSENGER LIST: SHIP LUCILLA FROM RICHMOND, DATED 4 NOV. 1833. AGE LISTED AS: 2. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: HANOVER. DESTINATION: CINCINNATI.
COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, SEE DEDRICK HINDERS, RIN 574.

!UNITED STATES CENSUS: MARION TOWNSHIP, MERCER COUNTY, OHIO. YEARS 1840 (PAGE 102), AND 1850. AGE ON 1850 CENSUS: 18. BIRTHPLACE: GERMANY. COPIES IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
HINDERS, MARGARETHA (I1300)
 
211 !PASSENGER LIST: SHIP LUCILLA FROM RICHMOND, DATED 4 NOV. 1833. AGE LISTED AS: 6. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: HANOVER. DESTINATION: CINCINNATI.
COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, SEE DEDRICK HINDERS, RIN 574.

!UNITED STATES CENSUS: MARION TOWNSHIP, MERCER COUNTY, OHIO. YEARS 1840 (PAGE 102) AND 1850. AGE ON 1850 CENSUS: 21. BIRTHPLACE: GERMANY.
COPIES IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
HINDERS, ELIZABETH (I1298)
 
212 !PASSENGER LIST: SHIP LUCILLA FROM RICHMOND, DATED 4 NOV. 1833. AGE: 33. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: HANOVER. DESTINATION: CINCINNATI. XEROX COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, SEE DEDRICK HINDERS, RIN 574.

UNITED STATES CENSUS: MARION TOWNSHIP, MERCER COUNTY, OHIO. YEAR 1840 (PAGE 102). ONE FEMALE 30 TO 40 YEARS OF AGE, NO NAME GIVEN. NOT ON 1850 CENSUS WITH HER HUSBAND DEDRICK HINDERS. MICROFILM COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
MARIA (I1295)
 
213 !PASSENGER LIST: SHIP LUCILLA OF RICHMOND, DATED 4 NOV. 1833, LEFT BREMEN FOR BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. AGE LISTED AS: 33. NAME SPELLED: DIRK. OCCUPATION: MECHANIC. FORMER COUNTRY: HANOVER. DESTINATION: CINCINNATI. ALSO LISTED ARE: MARIA HINDERS, 33 YEARS, BERNHARD HINDERS, 17 YEARS, CATHERINA HINDERS, 8 YEARS, GERT (GERHARD?) HINDERS, 7 YEARS, ELIZABETH HINDERS, 6 YEARS, MARIA HINDERS, 4 YEARS, AND MARGARETHA HINDERS, 2 YEARS OF AGE. THEY WERE LISTED UNDER DIRK HINDERS, AND ARE FROM SAME COUNTRY AND HAD SAME DESTINATION LISTED AS HE DID.

!NATURALIZATION: MERCER COUNTY, OHIO, DATED 8 MAY 1837. AGE LISTED AS: 28 YEARS. BIRTHPLACE: OLDENBURG. ARRIVAL PLACE AND DATE: BALTIMORE, 1833.

UNITED STATES CENSUS: MARION TOWNSHIP, MERCER COUNTY, OHIO. YEARS 1840 (PAGE 102) AND 1850. AGE LISTED ON 1850 CENSUS AS BEING: 51. OCCUPATION: FARMER. BIRTHPLACE: GERMANY.

!TOMBSTONE: ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, GRAVEYARD, MARIA STEIN, MERCER COUNTY, OHIO. PHOTOGRAPH IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
HINDERS, DEDRICK (I1294)
 
214 !RECORD TAKEN FROM FAMILY GROUP SHEET SUBMITTED BY ESTHER DAY RFD #1 BOX 266 AMERICAN FORK UTAH

!RECORD TAKEN FROM FAMILY GROUP SHEET SUBMITTED BY ESTHER DAY RFD #1 BOX 266 AMERICAN FORK UTAH
!US CENSUS 1860 AND 1870 
DAY, ABRAHAM II (I311)
 
215 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2871)
 
216 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2872)
 
217 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2873)
 
218 !RECORDS: BIRTH, BLESSING, BAPTISM AND MARRIAGE, IN POSSESSION OF CARMA SHERMAN HUNTINGTON UTAH 84528.
RINDA WILLSON WAS SEALED TO HER FIRST HUSBAND LOYAL CARTER 15 OCT 1934.
SHE HAD TWO CHILDREN FROM THIS MARRIAGE CLIFTON, AND LOYDEAN CARTER.
AFTER HER DEATH THE CHURCH POLICY WAS CHANGED ALLOWING HER TO BE SEALED TO HER SECOND HUSBAND CLARENCE WILLSON THIS WAS DONE MAY 20 1989 AT THE MANTI TEMPLE WITH STANLEY AND JUANITA WILLSON ACTING AS PROXY.

OCCUPATION: SCHOOL TEACHER AND HOUSEWIFE.

MISC: SHE WROTE MANY STORIES AND SONGS. SHE ENJOYED THE TIME SHE SPENT AS AN ORDINANCE WORKER AT THE MANTI TEMPLE. 
ROWLEY, RINDA (I2875)
 
219 !RECORDS: INCLUDING BIRTH, BLESSING, BAPTISM AND MARRIAGE. IN POSSESION OF CARMA SHERMAN HUNTINGTON UTAH 84528. CLARENCE WILLSON
WAS SEALED TO RINDA ROWLEY MAY 20 1989 IN THE MANTI TEMPLE, WITH STANLEY AND JUANITA WILLSON ACTING AS PROXY, ALTHOUGH THEY WERE MARRIED IN THE TEMPLE THEY WERE NOT SEALED BECAUSE RINDA HAD BEEN SEALED TO HER FIRST HUSBAND. WHEN THE CHURCH POLICY ON THIS CHANGED THEY WERE SEALED BY PROXY.

OCCUPATION: FARMER, CONSTRUCTION WORKER, ALSO WORKED AT GENEVA STEEL, DURING WORLD WAR II.

OTHER: ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS OF HIS LIFE WAS THE TIME HE SPENT AS AN ORDINANCE WORKER AT THE MANTI TEMPLE. 
WILLSON, CLARENCE (I2874)
 
220 !SHOEMAKER JACKLE, MATHIAS (I214)
 
221 !SOURCE FAMILY GROUP SHEET SUBMITTED BY MRS HENRY FRIEND BAKER ST. GEORGE UTAH. INFORAMTION TAKEN FROM COMP. AMERICAN GENEOLOGY VOLUME W PAGE 41 AND VOLUME 1 PAGE 1055. DESC. OF ROBERT DAY A4 F16 P.70 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION TAKEN FROM FAMILY GROUP SHEET SUBMITTED BY W. H. WILCOX OF BOUNTIFUL UTAH. WITH INFORMATION TAKEN FROM MANTI TEMPLE SEALING BOOK PT 6 BK C PAGE 177 AND FROM FAMILY RECORDS. DAY, EPHRAIM (I447)
 
222 !SOURCE NEHG REGISTER VOLUME 147 APRIL 1993 PAGE 188-191 WYLCOCK (WILCOX), EDWARD (I323)
 
223 !SOURCE NEHG REGISTER VOLUME 147 APRIL 1993 PAGE 188-191 THOMSON, SUSANNA (I324)
 
224 !SOURCE NEHG REGISTER VOLUME 147 APRIL 1993 PAGE 188-191 WILCOCK, DANIELL (I327)
 
225 !SOURCE NEHG REGISTER VOLUME 147 APRIL 1993 PAGE 188-191 WILCOCK, ESABELL (I328)
 
226 !SOURCE NEHG REGISTER VOLUME 147 APRIL 1993 PAGE 188-191 WILCOX, DANIEL (I3501)
 
227 !SOURCE NEHG REGISTER VOLUMNE 147 PAGES 188- 191 Family F1263
 
228 !SOURCES FAMILY GROUP SHEET SUBMITTED BY MRS HENRY FRIEND BAKER OF ST GEORGE UTAH. TAKEN FROM COMP. AMERICAN GENEOLOGY V2 P41, VOL 1 P. 1055 DESC. OF ROBERT DAY A4 F16 P. 70 DAY, ABRAHAM SR (I449)
 
229 !SOURCES FAMILY RECORDS. THREE GENERATION FAMILY GROUP SHEETS. RECORDS OF ETHELYN DAY STATES OF SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA.

OCCUPATION FARMER AND MERCHANT. RAN A STORE IN LAWRENCE EMERY COUNTY UTAH.
THEY WOULD GO TO HUNTINGTON IN A TOPLESS BUGGY TO BUY THEIR SUPPLIES.
PERSONAL INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM ETHLYN DAY STATES. IRA ALFRED DAY WAS BAPTISED MAY 16 1863 IN COBBLE CREEK NEAR SPRINGVILLE UTAH COUNTY UTAH, BY HARVEY LYDELL, AN ELDER. HE WAS CONFIRMED BY PETER MONSON, AN ELDER.
HE WAS ORDAINED A SEVENTY 10 JAN 1885 BY JOHN P WIMMER. IN ORANGEVILLE EMERY COUNTY UTAH. HE MARRIED POLLY ANN NOAKES 29 DEC 1877 IN SPRINGVILLE UTAH COUNTY UTAH. THEY WERE MARRIED BY ELDER JOHN BOYER. THEY WERE ENDOWED, AND SEALED 3 JUL 1889 IN THE MANTI TEMPLE. HE RECIEVED HIS PATRIARCHAL BLESSING FROM CHARLES R. PULSIFER 27 JUN 1897. HE WAS A WARD TEACHER FROM 1884 TO 1928. HE SERVED AS A MALE NURSE TO MANY FAMILIES IN PHYSICAL DISTRESS HE NURSED MANY FAMILIES DURRING THE TERRIBLE PLAGUE OF DIPTHERIA, MANY TIMES THERE WOULD BE TWO AND THREE DEATHS IN A SINGLE NIGHT. HE HELPED MAKE THE CASKETS FOR THE CHILDREN OF HIS NIECES AND NEPHEWS AND FOR HIS OWN SISTERS JULIA AND LAURA. HE WAS HANDY IN PREPARING THE BODIES FOR BURIAL, THIS BEING BEFORE THE DAYS OF MORTITIANS AND EMBALMING. HE AND HIS WIFE SERVED AS THE COUNTRY DOCTORS AND MIDWIFES UNTIL THE DOCTORS ARRIVED.

!SOURCES FAMILY RECORDS. THREE GENERATION FAMILY GROUP SHEETS. RECORDS OF ETHELYN DAY STATES OF SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA.

OCCUPATION FARMER AND MERCHANT. RAN A STORE IN LAWRENCE EMERY COUNTY UTAH.
THEY WOULD GO TO HUNTINGTON IN A TOPLESS BUGGY TO BUY THEIR SUPPLIES.
PERSONAL INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM ETHLYN DAY STATES. IRA ALFRED DAY WAS BAPTISED MAY 16 1863 IN COBBLE CREEK NEAR SPRINGVILLE UTAH COUNTY UTAH, BY HARVEY LYDELL, AN ELDER. HE WAS CONFIRMED BY PETER MONSON, AN ELDER.
HE WAS ORDAINED A SEVENTY 10 JAN 1885 BY JOHN P WIMMER. IN ORANGEVILLE EMERY COUNTY UTAH. HE MARRIED POLLY ANN NOAKES 29 DEC 1877 IN SPRINGVILLE UTAH COUNTY UTAH. THEY WERE MARRIED BY ELDER JOHN BOYER. THEY WERE ENDOWED, AND SEALED 3 JUL 1889 IN THE MANTI TEMPLE. HE RECIEVED HIS PATRIARCHAL BLESSING FROM CHARLES R. PULSIFER 27 JUN 1897. HE WAS A WARD TEACHER FROM 1884 TO 1928. HE SERVED AS A MALE NURSE TO MANY FAMILIES IN PHYSICAL DISTRESS HE NURSED MANY FAMILIES DURRING THE TERRIBLE PLAGUE OF DIPTHERIA, MANY TIMES THERE WOULD BE TWO AND THREE DEATHS IN A SINGLE NIGHT. HE HELPED MAKE THE CASKETS FOR THE CHILDREN OF HIS NIECES AND NEPHEWS AND FOR HIS OWN SISTERS JULIA AND LAURA. HE WAS HANDY IN PREPARING THE BODIES FOR BURIAL, THIS BEING BEFORE THE DAYS OF MORTITIANS AND EMBALMING. HE AND HIS WIFE SERVED AS THE COUNTRY DOCTORS AND MIDWIFES UNTIL THE DOCTORS ARRIVED. 
DAY, IRA ALFRED (I2814)
 
230 !SOURCES HISTORY OF SWANZEY 974.29S I H2R P 440; ARC RECORD OF CALEB SAWYER. SAWYER, CALEB JR (I469)
 
231 !SOURCES: LEOMINISTER V. R. FOR CALEB AND LYDIA, HARVARD V. R. BOSTON TRANSCRIPT 9305, OCT 7 1939. SAWYERS IN AMERICA P. 109. SAWYER, CALEB SR. SGT. (I471)
 
232 !SURNAME: PROVIDED BY CHARLES M. HINDERS, HER GREAT-GRANDSON. JULY 1989, HOWEVER ON HER SON WILLIAM H. HINDERS DEATH CERTIFICATE, HER LAST NAME IS LISTED AS HAGEMAN. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!UNITED STATES CENSUS: MARION TOWNSHIP, MERCER COUNTY, OHIO. YEARS 1860 AND 1870 (PAGE 170). AGE LISTED AS: 25 ON 1860 CENSUS AND 36 ON 1870 CENSUS. OCCUPATION: KEEPING HOUSE. BIRTHPLACE: HANOVER. COPIES IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTION: ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, GRAVEYARD, MARIA STEIN, MERCER, OHIO. PHOTOGRAPH IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
ROEKENER, MARY (I1308)
 
233 !THIS CHILD DIED WITHIN A FEW MINUTES AFTER SHE WAS BORN.

!OBITUARY AND OTHER RECORDS IN POSSESSION OF STANLEY WILLSON BOX 394 ELMO UTAH 84521 
WILLSON, LORA LEE (I2868)
 
234 !THIS INDIVIDUAL WAS UNMARRIED. DAY, EZRA JONAS (I2912)
 
235 !TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTION: ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, GRAVEYARD, MARIA STEIN, MERCER COUNTY, OHIO. PHOTOGRAPH IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. LEISTENSCHNEIDER, MARIA ANNA (I1253)
 
236 !TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTION: ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, GRAVEYARD, MARIA STEIN, MERCER, OHIO. PHOTOGRAPH IN POSSESION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. HINDERS, LEO (I1169)
 
237 !TWIN BROTHER TO CHRISTENA BAUMEL, GEORGE LORENZE (I1125)
 
238 !UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO, 1870. AGE LISTED AS: 58. OCCUPATION LISTED AS: HOUSE(KEEPER). BIRTHPLACE LISTED AS: HANOVER. XEROX COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

PHOTOGRAPH OF TOMBSTONE AT CALVARY CEMETERY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F.
HINDERS. 
MARY (I1289)
 
239 !UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. 1900.
COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!PHOTOGRAPH OF LUCRETIA WEILER IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!DEATH CERTIFICATE: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. FATHER'S NAME LISTED AS CHARLES WEILER, BORN IN WAPAKONETA, AUGLAIZE COUNTY, OHIO AND ANNA LAUSE, BORN IN DAYTON, OHIO. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
WEILER, LUCRETIA (I1152)
 
240 !UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. YEAR 1860.
AGE IS LISTED AS: 6. BIRTHPLACE: OHIO. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!MENTIONED IN HER FATHER'S WILL AS A.M. CATHERINE LAUSE. COPY OF WILL IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
LAUSE, A M CATHARINE (I1320)
 
241 !UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. YEAR 1860.
AGE LISTED AS: 28. BIRTHPLACE: PRUSSIA. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!SHE IS NOT LISTED IN HER HUSBAND'S WILL OF 11 SEPTEMBER 1877, SO PRESUMABLY SHE DIED BEFORE THAT DATE. COPY OF WILL IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
MOLLER, MARY ELIZABETH (I1319)
 
242 !UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. YEAR 1860.
AGE LISTED AS: 3. BIRTHPLACE: OHIO. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
LAUSE, ELIZABETH (I1322)
 
243 !UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. YEAR 1860.
AGE LISTED AS: 4. BIRTHPLACE: OHIO. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!MENTIONED IN FATHER'S WILL DATED 11 SEPTEMBER 1877. COPY OF WILL IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
LAUSE, HENRY (I1321)
 
244 !UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. YEAR 1880. AGE LISTED AS: 5. BIRTHPLACE: OHIO. PARENTS' BIRTHPLACE: HANOVER. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. LAUSE, LOUISE LULU (I1193)
 
245 !UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. YEAR 1880. AGE LISTED AS: 7. BIRTHPLACE: OHIO. PARENTS' BIRTHPLACE: HANOVER. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!PHOTOGRAPH OF TOMBSTONE: CALVARY CEMETERY, DAYTON, OHIO. IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
LAUSE, LAWRENCE T (I1192)
 
246 !UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. YEARS 1860, 1870 (P.95) AND 1880. AGE LISTED AS: 22 IN 1860, 32 IN 1870 AND 41 IN 1880. OCCUPATION: KEEPING HOUSE IN 1870 AND 1880. BIRTHPLACE: HANOVER IN 1870 AND 1880. COPIES IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!WILL: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO, DATED 6 JANUARY 1919. SHE GAVE HER DAUGHTER LOUISE AND HER HUSBAND WENDELL PFEIFFER THE USE AND OCCUPANCY OF HER HOUSE AT MAY AND DUTOIT STREETS IN DAYTON. THE REST OF HER ESTATE WAS TO BE DIVIDED IN EIGHT EQUAL PARTS: ONE PART TO THE CHILDREN OF HER DECEASED DAUGHTER MARY FOCKE, TO SHARE EQUALLY, ONE PART TO HER DAUGHTER CATHERINE FOCKE, ONE PART TO HER GRANDDAUGHTER ALMA DEIS AND GREAT-GRANDDAUGHTER DOROTHY FINKE, TO SHARE EQUALLY, ONE PART TO HER SON GEORGE A. LAUSE, ONE PART TO THE CHILDREN OF HER DECEASED SON NICHOLAS T. LAUSE, TO SHARE EQUALLY, ONE PART TO HER SON LAWRENCE LAUSE, ONE PART TO HER DAUGHTER LOUISE PFEIFFER, AND ONE PART TO HER DAUGHTER ANNA WEILER. GEORGE A. LAUSE WAS NAMED EXECUTOR.
COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!DEATH CERTIFICATE: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. FATHER IS LISTED AS BERNARD EILERMAN AND MOTHER IS UNKNOWN. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
EILERMAN, MARY THERESA (I1184)
 
247 !UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. YEARS 1860, 1870 (P.95), AND 1880. NAME LISTED AS HENRY IN 1860 AND JOHN H. IN 1870 AND 1880. AGE LISTED AS: 5 IN 1860, 15 IN 1870 AND 25 IN 1880. OCCUPATION: AT HOME IN 1870 AND BLANK IN 1880. BIRTHPLACE: OHIO. PARENTS' BIRTHPLACE: HANOVER. LAUSE, JOHN HENRY (I1185)
 
248 !UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. YEARS 1870 (P.95) AND 1880. AGE LISTED AS: 1 IN 1870 AND 12 IN 1880. BIRTHPLACE: OHIO. PARENTS' BIRTHPLACE: HANOVER. COPIES IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. LAUSE, NICHOLAS T (I1190)
 
249 !UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. YEARS 1870 (P.95) AND 1880. AGE LISTED AS: 6 IN 1870 AND 16 IN 1880. BIRTHPLACE: OHIO. PARENTS' BIRTHPLACE: HANOVER. COPIES IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS.

!LISTED AS DECEASED IN HER MOTHER'S WILL. DAUGHTER'S NAME: ALMA DEIS, GRANDDAUGHTER DOROTHY FINKE. COPY IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. 
LAUSE, CLARA (I1188)
 
250 !UNITED STATES CENSUS: DAYTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO. YEARS 1870 (P.95) AND 1880. AGE LISTED AS: 8 IN 1870 AND 18 IN 1880. BIRTHPLACE: OHIO. PARENTS' BIRTHPLACE: OHIO. COPIES IN POSSESSION OF CAROLE F. HINDERS. LAUSE, CATHERINE (I1187)
 

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