GRUBAUGH, MICHAEL (1800 U.S. Census)
PENNSYLVANIA , CUMBERLAND, TOBOYNE
Series: M32 Roll: 38 Page: 90
census count: 3-1-0-1-0 --- 1-1-0-0-1-0
from: Richland County, Ohio, Common Pleas Record - Vol. I 1813-1818
April Term, 1816 - page 40 Michael Grubaugh served on the jury.
May Term, 1816 - page 40 Michael served on the jury.
16 May 1816, page 41 Michael served on the jury.
from: Richland County, Ohio, Cemetery Records, 1981, Richland Co. Chap., The OGS. Page 410
Worthington Twp., Bunker Hill Cemetery.
Grubaugh, Michael d 3 Feb 1844 91y 8m 12d
Grubaugh, Susannah w/o Michael, d 22 Jun 1839, 92y
from: Richland County, Ohio, Cemetery Records: Richland Co. Chap., The OGS. Page 410
Worthington Townshio - Bunker Hill
GRUBAUGH, Susannah w/o Michael, d 22 Jun 1839, 92y
Michael, h/o Susannah, d 3 Feb 1844, 91-9-12
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, SS. I copied this from the original on file at the Mifflin Co., Pennsylvania, Courthouse, in Lewistown, Friday, 28 Oct 1988.
WHEREAS Frederick Crubach of the Township of [blank] in the County of [blank] hath applied for three hundred acres of land, including an improvement adjoining lands of James Macklin, Jeremiah Cunningham, Matthew Scott, Christian Conowalt, & others, Situate in Wayne Township in the County of Mifflin for which he has paid into the office of the State Treasures at the rate of fifty shillings per hundred acres. Interest thereon from the 1st February 1803 to be paid agreeable to the several acts of Assembly in such case made and provided.
THESE are, therefore, to authorize and require you to survey, or cause to be surveyed, unto the said Frederick Crubach the quantity of acres by him applied for at the place aforesaid, if not already surveyed or appropriated, and to make return thereof into the Land Office, for which this shall be your Warrant.
IN WITNESS whereof John Cochran Secretary of the Land Office, hath hereunto set his hand and affixed the seal of said office, the fourth day of April A. D. 1814
To Rich.d F. Leech Esq, John Cochran Secry. L. Office
To Michael. M. Monahan Deputy Surveyor.
Execute this Warrant and make return of the survey into the Surveyor General’s Office, according to Law.
Rich .d F. Leech, S.G.*****
The following information came from Tony R. Grubaugh: e-mail email@example.com
on 24 Jul 1998 =
The only Elizabeth Grubaugh I have was born in 1783 and married a Matthew Palmer in 1818. Her parents were Michael and Peggie Grubaugh.
Tony also gave me the next two addresses:
Mike Oswald:e-mail: oswald.18popservice.ohio-state.edu
Karen Grubaugh: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
from: Richland County, Ohio, Common Pleas Court, Vol. 2 - Oct 1818 Term
Page 370: Jonathan Grubaugh vs William Orr and Charles Stewart
Chancery - 27 Mar 1818
Suit - Promissary note dated 1810 made by Abel Emons & Peter Patterson, Sept. 10, 1810 in favor of George Grubaugh $30.00 (dec’d brother of Jonathan) - Bond filed with Michael Grubaugh, Security.
Oct. Term 23d Nov. 1821 William Orr filed his separate answer, then of Bracken Co., Ky. per J.P. James Armstron_ of Bracken Co., Ky. 27th Oct, 1818 - Note sworn to by John Shane of Jefferson Co., Ohio Sept. 10, 1818. Testimony by Susannah Grubaugh, Betsey Palmer & David Grubaugh.
Aug. Term 1819 - Ordered by court that the injunction be dissolved & bill dismissed at the cost of the plaintiff.
From: Anita Howard, 75 N. 30th St., Newark, OH 43055 - an Ancestor Chart dated 9 Dec 1995 =
William P. Hissong, b 8 Feb 1840 Worthington Twp., Richland Co., Ohio, d 23 Jan 1911 in Knox County, Ohio. He md 13 Feb 1862 in Richland Co., Electa Ann Grubaugh, b 18 Jan 1841 in Newville, Richland County, Ohio, d 11 Nov 1934 in Mt. Vernon, Richland County, Ohio.
Electa was the dau/o Thomas W. Grubaugh, b 2 Sep 1800 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, d 29 Aug 1893 in Butler, Richland County, Ohio. Thomas married Margaret A. Cunningham, b 20 May 1823 in Newville, Richland County, Ohio and d 25 Apr 1906-09 in Richland County, Oho.
Thomas W. was the son of Michael Grubaugh, b 22 Jun 1752 in Prussia, d 3 Feb 1844 in Richland County, Ohio. Michael apparently had two wives: Peggie and Susannah.
Margaret A. was the dau/o James Cunningham, b 1780 in Baltimore, Maryland, d between 19 Aug and 1 Sep 1870 in Richland County, Ohio. He married on 25 Feb 1808 in Licking County, Ohio, as his second wife, Margaret Miers/Myers, b ca 17890 in Virginia and d 13 Dec 1875.
James Cunningham was the s/o John Cunningham, b in Ireland, d in Monongalia County, Virginia and Elizabeth ?.