Friday, March 27, 2015

Happy Birthday Fred E Pentico,


This is a downline descendant of Anna Rosina Gluch. Sharing time with his Sister in law and his wife.

Sis was on a roll and he was it.  Love you all.

Some of his surnames are:  Brown, Cantrell, Gluch, Jipp, Pentico,  Casper, Nanke, Young, Rolland,
Neumann, Hendricks, Tatum and variant of Gluech, and variant of Pentico is Penticoff, Penticuff, and Benninghoff in 1760's in PA. Representing Germany, Poland, Prussia, England, etc.
In the USA names are found in Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Iowa, Wisconsin, Tennessee, and almost every state of today.



Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Anna Rosina Gluch From Poland to the USA


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Anna RosinaANNA ROSINA GLUCH NEUMANN
Keokuk County, Iowa
Uploaded 9/24/2004 by
jeffjahn [Email]

Neumann
Martin - Buried at Sea 
1781 - 1856

Anna Rosina (Gluch)
1799 -1874

Parents of Michael, Wilhelmine, J. Gottlieb, Henrietta, Ernestine, Johanna, Gottfried, Augusta, Christopf.
Records Sharing This Photo


70 Rosannah f w   Prussia 

Anna Rosina Gluch was born in Poland.  She married Martin Neumann  who was born 1781- died at sea 1856 coming to American.

Anna was born 1799 and died 1874 Keokuk County, IA and is buried in the St. Martins Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery.

Her daughter Ernestine married Gustav Nanke.  

They had several children but  Lena Adeliade was our line.

 Lena Adeliade m Carl (Charles Karl Jipp

They had several children but Louise Erna was my husband's mother.

Whom we all loved very much. I always called her my Other Mother.  

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Inez Mae Scott Hoffman, Mom's Mother

Grandma Inez was born  6 Oct 1892 in Taylor Township, Iowa.  Her parents were Cornelius Scott and Ella Warden.
She was born this day, adding to our families history.

Today in History for 6th October 1892 | HistoryOrb.com

- Alfred Lord Tennyson, writer and British Poet Laureate, dies at 83





 Headlines of the Day

  • THE DALTON GANG SHOT DOWN! | The Mitchell Archives ...

    mitchellarchives.com/the-dalton-gang-shot-down.htm
    Thursday, October 6, 1892Front page headlines scream: “WIPED OUT. The Dalton... In fact, it's about the nicest 1890s newspaper we've ever seen! This is the  ...

    The Atlanta Constitution 
    Content Source:
    Allen County Public Library
    State:
    Georgia 
    City:
    Atlanta 
    Short Description:
    Editions of the "TheConstitutionand "TheAtlanta Constitution,"published in Atlanta,Georgia17 Jun 1868through 31 Dec 1914(missing Oct1905). 
    Year:
    1892 
    Month:
    October 
    Day:
    6 
    Page Number:
    5 
    Volume:
    24 
    Number:
    [Blank] 
    Original data from:
    Allen County Public Library logoAllen County 
  • Victoria Mae (Ida) Foulk Jones Norris, our Grandmother

    Grandma Ida was born 6 Nov 1897 in Washburn, Ia, according to her own story to me at my dining table.  Her parents were Harvey Edward FOULK and Margaret Mae EASTMAN.

    She was born on a Saturday.  Verified by  Year 1897 Calendar, I may have it in a salvaged letter but doubt it.

    At Historical Events for Year 1897 | HistoryOrb.com, it states that "Peter Pan" opens in NY at the Empire Theater on this date.

    Also the first Indoor Fly Casting tournament opens, at Madison Square Garden.  Mmmm wonder if they are still doing this?


    Aha back to google and found this:
    1. Chronology of the Dreyfus Affair - Georgetown University

      faculty.georgetown.edu/.../Chronology%20of%20the%20Dreyfus%20Af...
      The English press is circulating the false news of Dreyfus' escape from Devil's island. ...November 6, 1897 ... November 12-13. 1897. At his home, Scheurer-Kestner has a meeting with Matthieu ... Entitled as a full page headline "J'accuse.


    It is interesting to see in December of that year, was the letter written by Virginia O 'Hanlon. Do you remember what it was about?  I Do. Now I know why Grandma talked about it.


    Interesting I think I have done this before because there was no one famous born on her birthdate.
    Nor death or marriage.  Rather boring day in history.  Except for Peter  Pan
    making it to the Empire Theater.

    Her family has a famous painter and an opera star both in her background.  So Peter Pan makes sense to have happened.

    Thursday, March 5, 2015

    Margaret Fuller, daughter of James Fuller

    Margaret Fuller is our Ancestress, she is the daughter of James Fuller and as best we know "Catherine".

    James Fuller was born in Maryland, 30 Jan 1769 and died 30 Jan 1842 in Peoria, Peoria, Ill at age 73.

    Catherine was born 1777, if correct.

    Margaret was their first born girl child, from what records we could find.  Margaret was born 15 May 1801 in Washington Co. Maryland.  She married Samuel Warden whom was born in Huntingdon Co. PA on 5 Nov 1818 in Guernsey Co. Ohio.  He died 18 August 1884 in Grant City,  Worth, Mo. at age 88.

    Margaret was buried in Madrid, Boone, IA. She died 29 Dec. 1897.  age 96.  I have been to that cemetery for another family member and was shocked to learn a couple of years ago that the WARDEN's buried in that cemetery are all related to me.

    My sister in law went and photographed all the family in that cemetery for me. Thanks Marilyn Pentico.

    We inherited some pictures of this family.

    Her siblings were: Thomas R b 31 May 1789, Linton Hundred, Washington Co. MD, then Margaret,
    Susannah b 11 Sept 1802, Washington Co. MD., Elizabeth  b 1803 in Ohio, Joseph b 1804 in Guernsey Co. Oh., William Billy Fuller b 1810 OH.

    1850 census verifies our information on her children and husband.  Also that all the children were born in Ohio and hers.

    She and Samuel Warden, raised: John, James Murray, Samuel (Labath),  Jane,  Daniel*, Susanna, George, Isaac, Therisse Tursey, Nancy Ellen.

    *Her son Daniel b 10 Feb 1830 Guernsey Co., Oh m 25 Feb 1853 in Guernsey Co., OH to a Mary J. Langdon born 1853  Ohio died 1868 Iowa.

    Much on Daniel but his CW records are to be found here.


    CW  residence Madison Polk CO IA   enlisted 23 Mar 1864 in Co. B , 23rd IA Inf. served in 29th IA  Inf  Applied for invalid pension, 1 Mar 1889  appl #627733 Cert #682196, Iss in IA


    1850 7 Sept 1850 Liberty twp Guernsey Co OH with Samuel 63 farmer 2100 PA 1-7 line 849
    Margt43 b OH
    Daniel 19 b OH
    George 14 b Oh
    Isaac 11 b OH
    Theresse 9 b OH
    Nancy E  5 b OH

    1856 State census Madison Twp Polk IA 
    158  158  Samuel (?) 26 m -1-5 Ohio farmer 1--1----1-
    Mary J 19 f
    Samuel  Jr.  2 m IOWA
    Artinicia f 1   pg 566 line 27

    1860 Polk IA Madison  49  48   Daniel 28 Mary 24 Saml 6 M A f2  Charles 1/2 
    James 34 Oh Catherine 34 PA M J  14 f OH, SE 13 f OH, Harrison 8 s Oh, Geo.W 6 s IA, Madison 4 m IA, Armstrong 3/12  IA, Elizabeth King 70 f PA

    widowed by 1915
    1915 census Clinton,  Ringgold, IA  wd  Mother b Maryland  Fa born PA line 353 R IA1915-433
    age 85 retired farmer  b OH  IOwa Reg 22 Co. B  Christian could read and write

     1885 census dn 83 fn 83  1885  age 55 m OH  Divorced pg102 Clinton, Ringgold, IA
    pg 16 lists Daniel  55  OH and Mary  J. 17  Polk Co IA for her birth.( beleive to be daughter)


    1870-85  Leaves us looking for a marriage and then divorce afterwards.

    wife was Francis 16 b MD   in 1870 census Madison Polk co ia pg384 Polk City dw 433.

    1880 census Daniel 5`, Francis 37, Mahaley 23 , Ora 15 , Mary Jane 11
    Memanis William 18 step son

    Obviously divorced Francis. No record of last marriage or if he just used widowed as answer.



    IF YOU HAVE MORE INFORMATION ON ANY OF THESE PEOPLE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU.

    COUSIN ROBERT FULLER THANK YOU FOR THE ASSISTANCE.

    I look ever so often to find more on James Fuller and wife and parents. So far nothing.

    Daniel and Mary J Warden hang in my sister's house.

    Daniel and Mary J's daughter Ella m Cornelius Franklin Scott., Grandmothers parents.

    Tuesday, March 3, 2015

    Lydia Trowbridge. b Edwardsville, NY 1841

     Lydia Trowbridge was born in Edwardsville, New York, to the parents of Prosper Trowbridge and Margaret Sharpe.  She was one of several children.

    Her Mom was from Connecticut and her Dad was from Vermont.

    1850  she is listed under a misspelled name of Prosper Tonbridge instead of Trowbridge.
    They are in Morristown, St. Lawrence, New York family number is 29,  Here is list of family at that time.

    Prosper Tonbridge44
    Margeret Tonbridge37
    Sally Ann Tonbridge15
    Rufus Tonbridge12
    Lydia Tonbridge10
    Elisabeth Tonbridge7
    William Tonbridge5
    Nelson Tonbridge2
    John Tonbridge0
    Michael Kelley22
    William Wright26
    Hiram Wilcox23


    Three unknown persons in their home.

    In 1860, she is in Cedar Falls area of Waterloo, Blackhawk Co., Iowa living with another family. They were named Mayland A and Anna Chapin. Very probably a relative. She listed her age as 19. from 1860 census. (Suspecting this is Sally Ann.)

    In 1870 she is married and has several children. 1870 Census p 352 16 Aug 1870

    45   45  Geo H Eastman  age 48  m w farmer  21,640 land   15,210 goods     b CT
    Name:
    Lydia Eastman  keeping house   b NY       
    Age in 1870:
    29
    Birth Year:
    abt 1841
    Birthplace:
    New York
    Home in 1870:
    Cedar, Black Hawk, Iowa
    Race:
    White
    Gender:
    Female
    Post Office:
    Waterloo
    Value of real estate:
    Household Members:
    Name
    Age
    48
    29
    9
    6
    5
    3
    1
    20

     1880 Census    Name:Lydia Eastman
    Age:39
    Birth Year:abt 1841
    Birthplace:New York
    Home in 1880:Cedar Falls, Black Hawk, Iowa
    Race:White
    Gender:Female
    Relation to Head of House:Wife
    Marital Status:Married
    Spouse's Name:George Eastman
    Father's Birthplace:Vermont
    Mother's Birthplace:Connecticut
    Neighbors:View others on page
    Occupation:Keeping House
    Cannot read/write:

    Blind:

    Deaf and Dumb:

    Otherwise disabled:

    Idiotic or insane:
    Household Members:
    NameAge
    George Eastman47
    Lydia Eastman39
    Clarence Eastman16
    Frank Eastman14
    George Eastman12
    Nelson Eastman10
    Theadore Eastman8
    Maggie Eastman5
    Charles Eastman6m

    1900 census shows her with George Eastman 57 Waterloo, Blackhawk Co. IA
                                                  Lydia Eastman   59
                                                  Charles Eastman 18
    This census says both born NY  married 1861 mar 39 years.  George's age is out of whack.

    She is listed on the 1895 State Census for Iowa. Lydia Eastman, age 54, white, b New York, Residence, Second Ward, Black Hawk,  Index record.

    She is buried here Elmwood Cemetery about ten years before her husbands death.




    Name:Lydia Eastman
    [Lydia Trowbridge
    Birth Date:4 Sep 1840
    Birth Place:Edwardsville, St. Lawrence County, New York, USA
    Death Date:9 Sep 1900
    Death Place:Waterloo, Black Hawk County, Iowa,USA
    Cemetery:Elmwood Cemetery
    Burial or Cremation Place:Waterloo, Black Hawk County, Iowa,USA
    Has Bio?:N
    Spouse:George Herbert Eastman
    URL:http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-...

    I did not know Lydia Trowbridge Eastman but I did know her daughter Margaret Mae Eastman.  I have pictures of her and long ago had lots of letters she wrote me until they were lost in shipping.  Herein I remember much in the letters but since lost by government, it is no longer a primary source.  Something wrong with that.  



    Monday, March 2, 2015

    Lydia Tracy, Daughter of Lt. Hezekiah Tracy

    Another relative of long ago.  My research says she lived and died in Vermont.  Her father was from
    New London, Ct. Her mother was born in New London, Ct.

    Her father was Lt. Hezekiah Tracy b 5 April 1746  d 1837 and her mother (Eunice Rood) was born 7 Sept 1750 Preston City, New London, CT. They both died in Shelburne, Chittenden, VT.
    married 25 Dec 1768 Preston, Ct.

    Colchester , Connecticut Settlement Records  Eunice Rood Tracy, List for Marlborough Society for 1787.  

    Connecticut, Town Marriage Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection)
    Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920
    Lydia was born 7 June 1779 in Pawlet, Rutland, VT.  This is from the Vermont Vital Records.

    She married Rufus Trowbridge.  His father was Keeler Trowbridge mother Hannah Lovely
    birth 14 July 1778 Williamstown, Mass.



    We are descendants of her son Prosper Trowbridge. Prosper was born 1808.

    Source 1850 USFCensus
    Hezekiah Birth

    Name:Lydia Tracy
    Gender:Female
    Birth Date:7 Jun 1779
    Birth Place:Pawlet, Vermont, USA
    Father Name:Hezekiah Tracy
    Mother Name:Eurice Tracy


    I have found many conflicting reports on this line,  I keep hoping to learn something more concrete verses families confusing the lines.  Even early Historical files seem not in sequence,

    Sunday, March 1, 2015

    Abigail Cook, Our Female Ancestress

    Abigail Cook, called Abbey by many, was born 1753  in New Gloucester, Cumberland, Maine.

    Her parents are Daniel Cook and Elizabeth Scott Cook. Others on Ancestry.com have a long list of farther back to England.  I have not verified their work.

    Abby Cook married Jesse WRIGHT 28 Oct 1775, New Gloucester, Cumberland, Maine.
    She was 22 at the time.

    They had several children.
    Jesse b 1776 a male
    Josiah  b 1777 male
    Hannah b1780 female
    Molly b1782 female
    Abel b1784 male
    Christian  b 1786 male
    Sarah b 1790
    Deborah b 1792
    Mina b 1796

    She had 20 years of giving birth to her family.

    She past away 7 Jan 1841 Guilford, Piscataquis, Maine, US aged 88 years.

    Her daughter Hannah b 1780 married Abraham D YOUNG Sr.*

    Her husband I have more information on.

    Jesse was born 19 Nov 1749 a brother as a twin and one more brother. Also an older brother b1744.

    Jesse Wright, of Dracut, settled in 1774 on the lot now known as the Davis Nevens farm, which he bought of Bagley and Little, May 29, 1774, for "three pounds of lawful money." The deed, still in existence, was acknowledged before Stephen Longfellow, of Portland, and witnessed by Nathan and Jonas Coburn. Mr. Wright's first log house was just east of Meadow Brook. His brother Joel and Timothy Wright came about 1777.
    I found in New Hampshire Birth Records, Early to 1900, records of Jesse and Joel Wright, both born 19 Nov. 1749, and Timothy Wright, 2 Aug. 1744, all born in Pelham, the children of Jonathan and Abigail Wright. Three earlier children of Jonathan and Abigail were born in Dracut, so the family seems to have moved across the border to New Hampshire in about 1742-44.
    It looks like Jesse Wright was from Dracut, Mass., and/or Pelham, N. H. From Elder's History of Lewiston  Chris Dunham


    Someday I may have time to verify more of her past lineage.  But the trees I read indicated Cook's were from England.

    I shared my YOUNG  Information with this Cook Researcher.

    Abraham D Young Sr's son  Jr. is our line.