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101 According to Frank's death certificate, filled out by Margaret Olsen, Frank's father was E. Olsen and Frank was born in Newark, New Jersey. Groesbeck, Frank W. (I46)
102 According to the 1855 and 1860 censuses, she was born in NY Gillespie, Abigail (I3064)
103 According to the 1910 census, this was the second marriage for both of them. Family F468
104 According to the 1940 census, she was born in Ohio Wilson, Lillian Alice (I2140)
105 According to the abstract of her death record, she was born on 21 Jan 1898. Szudy, Agnieszka (I2590)
106 According to the biography of James H. LaFarree, James LaFarree was born in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. According to the daughter of Frances (LaFarree) Swope's husband, James LaFarree was born in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. LaFarree, James (I385)
107 ADAM C. LACKEY, a well-known stock buyer of Allen County, is also an agriculturalist of more than ordinary ability, who owns two well-improved farms in Monroe township, one in section 22 containing 86 acres, and the other in sections 24 and 27, containing 77 acres. Mr. Lackey was born on his father's old homestead, September 18, 1861, and is a son of William and Diadama (Hall) Lackey. The grandfather was Alexander Lackey, a Pennsylvania Dutchman, who died leaving two young sons, William and Alexander, both of whom came to Allen County. Alexander afterwards moved to Indiana, where he died.

William Lackey was born in the State of Pennsylvania, September 18, 1818, and was still young when he came to Ohio and located in Tuscarawas County. There he was married to Diadama Hall, who was born in Maryland in December, 1828. They lived in Tuscarawas County until after the birth of their second child when they came to Allen County; here they spent the remainder of their lives. William Lackey was a wagon-maker by trade and also a successful teacher, both in this and in Tuscarawas County; but in his later years he turned his attention to agricultural pursuits and was the owner of 110 acres of land in Monroe township. He was a man of deep religious convictions and an earnest worker in the Methodist Church. In earlier life a Republican, he later espoused the cause of prohibition and was a loyal supporter of that policy until his death. He passed away in the ripeness of age, having passed his 85th mile-stone when his summons came. His wife, who survived him about one year, dying October 31, 1904, did not quite reach her 76th year. Upright and honorable in all things, they reared their children to lives of usefulness and honor, inculcating those principles which have made the name of Lackey universally respected. The family consisted of nine children, viz.: John, who died when about 40 years of age, leaving an widow and six children; Martha Jane (Brown), of Lima; William Hall, of Michigan; Sarah (Wright), of Paulding County; Alice (Snyder), of Paulding County; James, also of Paulding County; Adam; Henry and one child that died in infancy.

Adam Lackey remained with his parents until his 23rd year, whn he purchased 40 acres of woodland in Paulding County, living there for two years and clearing about 20 acres of it. Selling that property, he then purchased 66 acres in section 22, afterwards adding another 20 which he still owns, and upon which he lived until 1902. Moving to West Cairo, he engaged in buying and shipping stock for several years, and then moved to his present farm where he is now engaged in general farming and in handling stock. Mr. Lacky [sic] is a Republican. He is a member of Bethel Grove Methodist Episcopal Church of which he is a steward.

In 1886 our subject married Emma Augsburger by whom he has two children, Jason Carl and Gale Juanita. Mrs. Lackey was born in Richland township, this county, January 1, 1862, and is a daughter of Louis and Margaret (Wise) Augsburger, both of whom were natives of Germany and came to this country with their parents.

--History of Allen County, Ohio, pp. 438-441 
Lackey, Adam Clark (I1093)
108 ADAM DUNLAP, farmer, Sec. 36; P. O. Mazomanie; born in the town of Marcellus, Onondaga Co., N. Y., Dec 18, 1813. He was married to Harriet Labolt, in August, 1842; they came to Wisconsin in June, 1845, and settled in the town of Sauk Prairie, Sauk Co.; settled on present farm December 1848; they have had ten children, five of whom are living--Erin, who resides in Spring Valley, Minn.; John; Mary, now Mrs. Webster Emily, resides in Minnesota; Erwin and Jennie, now Mrs. William Davis, of Portage City; four children died in childhood; Addie, a son, died in 1879, at the age of 18 years. Mr. Dunlap's parents came to Dane Co. in 1849, where his mother died; his father died in Cheboygan Co. Mrs. Dunlap's parents resided in Onondago, N. Y., until their death. Mr. Dunlap has practically retired from farming; his son John resides at the homestead, and carries on the farm. The latter married Miss Emily Taylor, a daughter of Richard Taylor; has four children--Jesse, Ida, Mary, and George K.

--History of Dane County, Wisconsin (1880), p. 1048


ADAM DUNLAP was born in Marcellus, N. Y., December 18, 1813. In 1842 he married Harriet Labolt, and three years later moved to Sauk county, Wis. In 1848 he settled on his present farm on section 36. They have had ten children, four of whom are living: Erin is a grain dealer in Sauk City, Wis.; Mary, wife of Webster Emly [sic], lives in Minnesota; Erwin is on the farm in Mazomanie; Jennie, wife of William Davis, is in Portage, Wis.

--History of the Township and Village of Mazomanie (1900), p. 103 
Dunlap, Adam (I80)
109 Adam Dunlap, one of the pioneer settlers of this section, died at the home of his son, Irvin, about four miles northeast of this place, Thursday morning at three o'clock from paralysis, having been stricken on Tuesday afternoon. Deceased was born in Syracuse, N.Y., December 18 1813, and was married in 1841 to Miss Harriet Lybolt at that place, who died in 1855. He moved to Sauk Prarie in 1844, and in 1847 moved to the farm where he died. Ten children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Dunlap, only four of whom are living: Erin, of Sauk Center, Minn., Mrs. Mary Emily, of LaCrescent, Minn., Irvin, of this place, and Mrs. Jennie, of Minneapolis, whose last name we do not know. The funeral will be held at the home on Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock, and the burial will take place in the family cemetery. Rev. Bovill will conduct the services.

From The Mazomanie Sickle, Volume XXVIII, Number 14, Friday, May 31, 1901. 
Dunlap, Adam (I80)
110 After the death of Adam Ganser, Margaret married Herman Schmidt Bauer, Margaret (I6639)
111 Age 66 years Smith, Sarah J. (I324)
112 ALEXANDER FRANCE, an old and esteemed pioneer of Tuscarawas County, was born in Jefferson County, Ohio, November 9, 1820, and came to New Philadelphia in April, 1833, where, with the exception of a little over a year spent in Trumbull County and such time as he devoted to his country during the rebellion, he has ever since lived--a period of half a century. He is a son of John France, who was born in Maryland in 1794, and served under Gen. Harrison during the war of 1812-13. After the war, John France married Elizabeth Myers in Jefferson County, Ohio, where he settled. In 1833, he came to New Philadelphia, and here resided till his death, which occurred March 26, 1847. Our subject served all through the late rebellion, having been a member of the Sixteenth Ohio Volunteer Infantry for the first three months, and afterward of the Eightieth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

--History of Tuscarawas County, Ohio, p. 699 (Goshen Township) 
France, Alexander (I1490)
113 Alexander Gettys' third wife was Mary Ann Post, to whom he was married on 06 Apr 1866 in Summit County, Ohio. Gettys, Alexander (I6212)
114 Alvin Horton McKee died at Rock Hill on Feby 10th, after an illness of three years, of cancer of the face.

He was born at Rock Hill on Aug. 7th, 1858, and was the son of William J. McKee and Margaret Tompkins McKee. He lived the greater part of his life in the township where he was born. He followed farming for a livelihood and made a success of it.

Three years ago the dreaded disease that ate his life away first appeared and then a real battle with Death was fought, and Death slowly but surely won. He was twice in New York Hospitals, and several operations were performed, but no permanent help was obtained.

The funeral was on Thursday.

He is survived by his wife, who was Miss Cora Clark, and the following childrens [sic]: Mrs. Robt. O. Welch, of Brooklyn; Renard McKee, of Brooklyn; Mrs. Wm. Couch, Rock Hill; Miss Irene McKee, Miss Mildred McKee, Jehial C. McKee and Wm. B. McKee at home.

Mrs. Seward Lowe, of Rock Hill and Mrs. Stephen Wakeman, of Wurtsboro, his two sisters, also survive.

He was a good man and respected in the community in which he lived.

--Monticello Republican, February 14, 1913, p. 5 
McKee, Alvin Horton (I681)
115 ANDREW (1) McKEE, the emigrant, b. in the north of Ireland, 1691; d. Sept. 24, 1765; bur. at Manchester Center, Conn. abt. 5 miles from Hartford. He m. (1) in Milton, Mass. by Rev. Peter Thatcher, 26 Mar. 1723, JERUSHA VOSE; b. Milton 7 Sept. 1702; d. 1732 and was bur. in Palmer Cemetery. The stone which marks her grave is the oldest in the cemetery. He m. (2) Mary ____________ after 1732.

Andrew McKee, age 16, with two brothers, weavers by trade, landed at Boston in 1707. Soon after his marriage, he moved to East Hartford, Conn., settled 8 miles east of Old Hartford City and became a farmer. It is supposed that the other brothers settled in Virginia and Kentucky. His father was Scotch, a chief among men, and his mother was Irish. In 1732, they were living in the Elbow Tract, Hampshire Co. and McKee was one of the number who petitioned the General Court in that year that the Homesteads they were occupying might be confirmed to them. He was granted 100 acres. In 1736 he sold his estate in Kingsfield. At that time he had a wife, Mary.

--Board, Trenchard, Wilsey, McKee and Kindred Families, p. 49 
McKee, Andrew (I3027)
116 Approximate birth year calculated from his death record, which I believe says that he was 54 in 1789--certainly in his 50s. Herscheid, Nicholas (I6681)
117 April 1872, per the 1900 Census Walburn, Abram Lester (I56)
118 April 1876, per the 1900 census Ganser, Moritz Peter (I6770)
119 April 1890, per 1900 Census
May 14, 1888, per 1st marriage certificate
April 14, 1887, per 2nd marriage certificate 
France, Wesley Ellsworth (I759)
120 At Model Mills, March 20, 1866, by Rev. John Murrish, Mr. Erin Dunlap, of Mazo Manie, to Miss Mary A. Jewell, of Arena, Iowa county, Wis.

--Dodgeville Chronicle, Thursday, April 5, 1866, Vol. IV, No. 29 
Family F63
121 Barbara, b. Marbletown, bap. Kingston March 10, 1723, m. (KgM 1077, banns registered Sept. 13, 1747) Sept. 20, 1747, Barent Merkel, widr. of Cornelia Van der Mark (No. 24). After his death Barbara m. Abraham Van der Mark (No. 39).

--Van der Mark Ancestry, p. 109 
Van der Mark, Barbara (I624)
122 Båtsman Joh. Lang said to be his father--not married to his mother Oäkta, Anders (I2514)
123 Benjamin Lapham 4 (John 3, John 2, John) b. Mar. 15, 1727; son of John and Desire Howland Lapham; m. Lydia Page; d. May 26, 1751. Benjamin was a Tory during Revolution and was confined on Long Island and Poughkeepsie on that account. The family were Quakers and refused to fight. The old homestead was at Nine Partners, N. Y. Benjamin's father, John, was one of the original Nine Partners.

--Laphams in America, p. 31 
Lapham, Benjamin (I2113)
124 Beverly Cemetery Forss, Margaret Sarah (I47)
125 Birth date calculated based on gravestone Sifford, Rose M. (I1976)
126 Birth date calculated based on gravestone Sifford, John (I1977)
127 Birth date calculated from age and death date on gravestone Jones, Mary Ann (I6211)
128 Birth date calculated from age on death record Bewley, Hiram (I2191)
129 Birth date calculated from age on gravestone Martin, David George (I2727)
130 Birth date calculated from death record; born in July 1841, per the 1900 census Bewley, Harriet A. (I2197)
131 birth date calculated from gravestone Coffman, Susannah (I528)
132 Birth date calculated from gravestone Sturgeon, Effie (I1975)
133 Birth date calculated from gravestone Dunlap, Emma (I2710)
134 Birth date calculated from gravestone Dunlap, George (I2711)
135 birth date calculated from gravestone Chaney, Mary (I4603)
136 Birth date calculated from gravestone Sifford, Daniel (I407)
137 Birth date calculated from gravestone Dunlap, Mary Jane (I2714)
138 Birth date estimated from dates on gravestone Dunlap, Elba (I2713)
139 Birth record lists 1871, but most other records list 1872 Fell, Mary Etta (I55)
140 Birth year should be 1841 if the age on her gravestone is correct. Find A Grave lists her birth year as 1838, though...until I find evidence to support the 1838 date, I will stick with 1841. Hall, Polly Ann (I2627)
141 birthdate calculated from age on gravestone Favorite, Margaret (I2696)
142 Birthdate calculated from death certificate Ganser, Susanna (I6641)
143 Birthdate calculated from gravestone Kimball, Daniel (I4623)
144 Birthdate calculated from gravestone Hillard, Reuben Perez (I40)
145 Birthdate listed as Aug. 20, 1694 in Luke Hitchcock's biography in the Hitchcock Genealogy. Hitchcock, Ebenezer (I6254)
146 Birthplace listed as "Niederwehren, Fürstenthum Schaumburg-Lippe" in his obituary. My best guess is that this is actually Niedernwöhren, Schaumburg, Niedersachsen, Germany. Poock, Karl (I822)
147 Birthplace listed as Pennsylvania in several censuses Mixter, John (I544)
148 Block AR, Row 1, Grave 1B Walburn, William Stanton (I2569)
149 born 10: 12 mo. 1643 Dresser, Samuel (I1415)
150 Born 23 April 1894, per his father's biography Adams, Olen J. (I4263)

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