I don't know much about the time they spent in Ohio, or if they went into the Shaker community while there. I do know that they were married in Washington County, Pa. (Job Babbitts Pension Papers), Nancy's sister, Elizabeth married David Clark in Washington County, Pa. Both sisters eventually ended up in Scott County, Indiana, where many of Nancy, and Job's children married before going to Illinois. Thier brother James, whom is my great great great great grandfather, also married in Washington County. Thier mother, who was a widow in the 1800 and 1810 Census was living in Bufaloe Township, Washington County, until at least 1812. After that, I don't know what happened to her. Even though Nancy and most of her siblings were born in Tyronne County, Northern Ireland. The family originally came from France. We still pronounce the name May-no even though it looks like Men-all. Many of the local county records bear out that they have always pronounced it like that. James wife, Mary, when she died, the obituaty spelled her name Menough. Several Manaugh children who died in childhood where listed in the death records as Manough. A nephew of James, whose name was also James spelled his name Meneou. The History of Grundy County, Illinois, written in 1882, had a write up of one of James cousins, which stated the name was of French extraction. Another cousin searched the name out and found that the family originally spelled the name Menou. THey got tied up with the Huguenots, and were forced out of France about the time the Edict of Nantes was revoked around 1687. They fled to Scotland and added the "gh" to fit into the culture, and later removed to Northern Ireland. Call me or send me your phone number and we can talk. 812-273-5207.