I found these references in a quick sweep of the library.
From Obituaries of Northwest Pioneers, pg. 467
"Died, Dec. 13, 1886, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Battershell, Mrs. Wartenbee, aged 85 years.Mrs. Wartenbee was the mother of Stewart Wartenbee, and was one of the old settlers, having come to this country over 50 years ago.She was a devoted Christian.The funeral services were conducted by Elder Thomas of Newville on Tuesday at the Lost Creek Lutheran Church."
From the same book, page 321 -
"Mention was made in these columns last week of the death of Mrs. Henry Battershell, of Farmer Township.
Mrs Rebecca Wartenbee Battershell was born March 5, 1825.She became the bride of her deceased husband, Henry Battershell, Sept. 12, 1850, and departed this life Jan. 24, 1898.Seven children remain to mourn her loss.
She was one of the pioneers of the township and also of the Lost Creek Presbyterian Church, of which she was a member for more than forty years.
Funeral services were conducted by her beloved pastor, Rev. Troub, at the Lost Creek Presbyterian church on Wednesday of last week."
And from this book on page 5 -
"Donald Battershell, son of Charles and Mae Battershell, was born Feb. 27, 1902, died Aug. 12, 1903.Funeral services at the home Aug. 14th, conducted by Rev. Campbell of the Presbyterian church.
And, lastly, from this book on page 38 -
"Lorinda Ellis, daughter of Southard and Nancy Ellis, was born near Cleveland, August 26, 1864, and died at the home of her son-in-law, Samuel Dearforn, Jan'y 12, 1906, aged 71 years, 5 months and 17 days.
On Nov. 13, 1864, she was united in marriage to Joseph BAttershell, with whom she lived until his death, Feb. 13, 1875.To them were born three daughters, Effie, Nettie and Sarah - the last named two have preceded the mother to the spirit world.
July 23, 1876 she married William Goodchild.One son, George, was born to them.Mr. Goodchild departed this life June 15, 1891, since which time Mrs. Goodchild has lived a widow.
When quite young she moved with her parents to Allen county, Indiana.During her married life and since she has lived in Ohio and Indiana.
She was a kind mother and wife, living for her family with a fidelity that brings naught but the tenderest memories to those who mourn her loss.
The funeral services were held Feb. 14th in the Hicksville U.B. Church and burial in Lost Creek Presbyterian cemetery.Many friends extend their sympathies to the bereaved."
In the Historical atlas of 1876, I found reference to William Buttershell, son of James and Catherine Sook Buttershell of Holmes Co.Wife Elizabeth, nine children - Rudolph, John P., Hannah I, Porter L, Lillie L, and more.
Is this your family?
Also in one of the county histories, I found reference to Rudolph J. Battershell.If you are interested in these, please send me your email and I will send to you.
Hope these are helpful.