Nicholas Oulrey (son of Samuel Oulrey & Sara UNKNOWN???) b: 1795-03-30 or 1800-03-30 possibly in what would now be Chester or York or Lancaster county PA d: 1853-01-16 in Sangamon twp Piatt county IL buried: Mackey cem. South of Mansfield, Piatt county IL (volunteered during War of 1812 for OH Volunteers regiment with Perry's naval fleet) m: 1819-11-29 in Dayton, Montgomery county OH? to Rebecca Glaze (daughter of George Glaze sr & Elizabeth Williams) b: 1797-09-27 in VA (now WV) d: 1876-03-05 in Sangamon twp Piatt county IL buried: Mackey cem. Piatt county IL children: Samuel Sly Oulrey b: 1825-03-30 near Scioto River, probably between Circleville & South Bloomfield, Pickaway county OH d: 1890-12-11 in Sangamon twp Piatt county IL m: 1850-11-29 in Sangamon twp Piatt county IL to Nancy Vance Hannah (daughter of Hugh Vance Hannah & Rebecca Ann Ford) b: 1828-10-24 in Clark county OH d: 1924-08-04 in Sangamon twp Piatt county IL Mary Jane Oulrey b: 1826-08-28 in Pickaway county OH m: Levi Stewart Frances Elizabeth Oulrey b: 1831-04-15 in Crawford county OH? d: 1893-12-09 in Sangamon twp Piatt county IL m: 1851-01-30 in Piatt county IL to David Ford Hannah (son of Hugh Vance Hannah & Rebecca Ann Ford) Rachel Catherine Oulrey b: 1833-07-25 in Crawford county IL? d: 1864 (lived in Cisco, IL) m: George Mathews
They apparently lived in Pickaway county OH for at least 6 years before traveling to Crawford county OH or IL and then settling in Piatt county IL.
1820 census Jackson twp Pickaway county OH roll M33-89 pg 345 image 174 Richard Glaze 2 2 . . 1 . 1 . . 1 . . 3 M 2 <10, 2 10-16, 1 26-45; F 1 <10, 1 26-45, 3 in ag Georg Glaize 2 . . . 2 2 . . . . 1 . 1 M 2 <10, 2 26-45, 2 45+; F 1 45+ Nickelas Wolery . . . 2 . . . . . . . . 2 M 2 16-26
1870 census Sangamon twp Piatt county IL 1870-07-29 28 28 Samuel Oulrey 45 M W farmer $1400 $1300 b: c. 1825 in OH Nancy Oulrey 42 F W b: c. 1828 in OH...
I would like to confirm whether they were married in Montgomery county OH.
I would also like to know whether, and if so, how, they are related to the Ulrich/ Ulrick/ Ulry/ Ullry/ Ullery/ Uhlrich/ Uhler/ Uhlery/ Ollery/ Wolery/ Worley families in Montgomery county, and hence whether they were part of the Dunkard/German Baptist/Brethren community or not.
Has anyone found them in the 1840 and 1850 census records?(Richard Glaze was still in Pickaway county in 1830.)
Is Nicholas one of the ones some people have listed as John Nicholas Ulrich?One German naming practice was for one of the middle names to be the one generally used, so this is plausible if the birth dates lined up.