Dear Sir, I have not heard of these names, but what I can tell you is an earlier history of the family.The Abolts were German farmers from Franconia, Germany.(This is in northern Bavaria).They left Germany, which had just been invaded by Napoleon's army, in 1807 arriving in Philadelphia in September of that year.From PA, they moved to Ohio and then to Indiana.To my knowledge, the only Abolt who ever immigrated was Jacob Aboult (later the 'u' was dropped).He and his wife finally settled in the new state of Indiana.They had a farm near Attica, and from what I have been told be the genealogical society in Fountain County (where Attica is located), the family is very well known and some members still live there.Below is a tree, it takes the family down a few generations.
I.Jacob John Aboult + Mary Fosnoth II.Nancy Abolt + David Whitstell II.Michael Abolt + Vianna Morgan III.Martha III.Nancy III.John III.Francis II.Joel Abolt + Elnora ? III.William III.Martha II.John Abolt + Mary Furr III.Samuel Abolt + Ella Haas IV.Harry Abolt + Wilhamenia Russell
I don't have it any further than this (I don't wish to put any living relatives on here, out of respect to them).However, I can tell you that some of the Abolts stayed in Indiana, and others moved further west to Iowa (possibly other plains states, too).If you are looking for birth dates, try the Social Security Death Index.This can be found on the internet for free at ancestry.com.However, this will only take you back to the early to mid 1900s.You can also search through draft records, these are sometimes available on the same site listed above.One thing that could really help is knowing the maiden names of female ancestors.Through that you might be able to pinpoint the branch you are from.(For instance, I am from the Virginia Furrs and the Haases of PA.)There are several histories of Fountain County that list the Abolts, but these books are hard to locate.If you find other information, just add a post, and I'll try to get back to you on this. Best of Luck to You, J. Abolt