I would like to corresponde from anyone related to this family.I descend from the Newhouse family though the Eusey family.
Descendants of George Newhouse
Compiled by Nick Sheedy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Generation No. 1
1.GEORGE NEWHOUSE died Unknown.He married RACHEL.She died Unknown.
Notes for GEORGE NEWHOUSE:
George and Rachel Newhouse are given as the parents in Windfall Church records.I do not know if they also immigrated to Ohio.They may have remained in Hessen, Prussia (Germany).
Child of GEORGE NEWHOUSE and RACHEL is:
2. i. CHARLES WILLIAM ARNOLD2 NEWHOUSE, b. abt. 6 November 1792, of near Darmstadt, Hessen, Prussia (Germany); d. 13 June 1871, near North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH.
Generation No. 2
2.CHARLES WILLIAM ARNOLD2 NEWHOUSE (GEORGE1) was born abt. 6 November 1792 in of near Darmstadt, Hessen, Prussia (Germany), and died 13 June 1871 in near North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH.He married ANNA ROSINA WOLF Bef. 1837 in of Sidenbuch, Hessen, Prussia (Germany).She was born 29 April 1805 in of near Darmstadt, Hessen, Prussia (Germany), and died 20 October 1867 in near North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH.
Notes for CHARLES WILLIAM ARNOLD NEWHOUSE:
Charles William Arnold Newhouse was also known as Karl Wilhelm Arnold Neuhaus.
The obituary of his daughter, Dora, states that she was born in "Sidenbuch, Hessen, Germany"--refering to Seidenbach or Seidenbuch, in the southern part of the state of Hessen, for which the Evangelical parish is noted at Schlierbach, and the Catholic parish as Lindenfels, in a Gazetteer of Hessen.The old village of Seidenbach is located in part of what is now Wald-Michelbach, Kreis Bergstraße, just south of the district of Darmsadt-Dieburg and the city of Darmstadt.U.S. Census records for Karl's sons state that they were born in "H. Darmstadt."
Karl and his family immigrated from Germany to Crawford Co., Ohio in 1845.They resided a short time in Mansfield in Richland Co.In the spring of 1846, he purchased a farm near the site of the Windfall Church in Jefferson Twp., Crawford Co. and was a pioneer of that vacinity.
The 1850 U.S. census shows:
Household 408, Jackson Twp., Crawford Co., OH
Charles Newhouse, 58, farmer, RE $700, b. Germeny
Anna Newhouse, 45, b. Germany
Martin Wolf, 20, farmer, b. Germany
John Newhouse, 13, b. Germany
Dora Newhouse, 14, b. Germany
Elizabeth Newhouse, 9, b. Ohio
John Michael Newhouse, 8, b. Ohio
William Newhouse, 35, farmer, b. OH
The 1860 U.S. Census shows:
Household 577, Jackson Twp., Crawford Co., OH
Charles Newhouse, 67, RE $1200, PP $200, b. Germany
Rosanna Newhouse, 52, b. Germany
Michael Newhouse, 18, laborer, b. Germany
Peter Tracht, 58, farmer, b. Germany
Elizabeth Tracht, 52, b. Germany
Michael Tracht, 21, laborer, b. Ohio
John Tracht, 20, b. Ohio
Eli Tracht, 18, b. Ohio
Catherine Tracht, 17, b. Ohio
Agnes Tracht, 16, b. Ohio
George Tracht, 12, b. Ohio
Mary Tracht, 10, b. Ohio
The 1870 U.S. Censusshows:
Household 85, Todd Twp., Crawford Co., OH
Newhouse, Charles W. A. Newhouse, 77, retired farmer, RE $2200, b. Prussia.
(living with his daughter's"Usy" --Jüsi/Eusey-- family)
There is a slight discrepancy as to dates.
According to the transcribed Bible registry of Samuel (Jüsi) Eusey:
"Karl Wilhelm Arnold Neuhaus was born the 6th of Nov. 1792.Baptized the 16th Nov. 1792."
"Karl Neuhaus died the 18th of June 1871.His age was 77 years, 4 months, 12 days."
(The 18th may be a mistrancription of the 13th.This age would make his birthdate 1 or 6 February 1794, which does not agree with the other information given in the Bible record, or the cemetery record.)
According to cemetery inscriptions of Crawford Co.:
"Charles William Arnold Newhouse" died "13 June 1871", aged "78 years, 7 months, 8 days".
(This would make his brithdate 5 September 1791)
One Charles Newhouse left a will, recorded in Crawford Co. W2-296 (not extracted)
One Michael Newhouse left a will, recorded in Crawford Co. A6-71.F67 (not extracted)
More About CHARLES WILLIAM ARNOLD NEWHOUSE:
Baptism: 16 November 1792
Burial: Lot 18, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., Crawford Co., OH
Notes for ANNA ROSINA WOLF:
Windfall Cemetery records show:
"Annie Rosena Newhouse"; Died Oct. 20, 1864; 59 Yr's5 Mo22 Days
More About ANNA ROSINA WOLF:
Baptism: 5 May 1805
Burial: Lot 12, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., Crawford Co., OH
Children of CHARLES NEWHOUSE and ANNA WOLF are:
3. i. THEODORA "DORA" JOHANNA3 NEWHOUSE, b. 22 December 1837, Seidenbach (now in Wald-Michelbach, Kreis Bergstraße), Hessen, Prussia (Germany); d. 2 March 1899, near North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH.
4. ii. MICHAEL NEWHOUSE, b. 25 February 1842, Germany; d. 22 November 1888, near North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH.
5. iii. JOHAN "JOHN" C. NEWHOUSE, b. 22 April 1835, of Sidenbuch, Hessen, Germany; d. 25 November 1904, Crawford Co., OH.
iv. ANNA ELIZABETH NEWHOUSE, d. Unknown; m. HENRY FETTER, Bet. 1853 and 1860, Crawford Co., OH; d. Unknown.
Marriage Notes for ANNA NEWHOUSE and HENRY FETTER:
Marriage date not retained, but it was in the 1850's, as it is recorded in Crawford County, Marriage Book 5, page 165.
Generation No. 3
3.THEODORA "DORA" JOHANNA3 NEWHOUSE (CHARLES WILLIAM ARNOLD2, GEORGE1) was born 22 December 1837 in Seidenbach (now in Wald-Michelbach, Kreis Bergstraße), Hessen, Prussia (Germany), and died 2 March 1899 in near North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH.She married SAMUEL JÜSI 7 January 1856 in Crestline, Crawford Co., OH, son of JOHANNES JÜSI and ANNA ANDRIST.He was born 14 July 1818 in Aeschi, Dist. of Frutigland, Canton of Berne, Switzerland, and died 18 December 1886 in near North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH.
Notes for THEODORA "DORA" JOHANNA NEWHOUSE:
Obituary of "Dora" Eusey:
(Crawford Co., Forum; Friday, 10 March 1899)
Mrs. Dora Newhouse Eusey was born in Sidenbuch, Hessen, Germany on December 17, 1837 and died March 2, 1899, being 62 years, 2 months and 16 days old.Her parents immigrated to America when she was but eight years old, stoping at Mansfield for a short time.In the spring of 1846 her father bought a farm near where the Windfall Church now stands.They remained on the farm untill after the death of the parents.Mrs. Eusey underwent many hardships helping clear up a farm which was but a wilderness, when they settled it.She was married to Samuel Eusey in 1865.To this union there were nine children born five sons and four daughters.The two oldest sons preceeded her to the world beyond.She leaves three sons, four daughters, one brother and a sister to mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate mother and sister.Friends and neighbors were at her late home Sunday morning at 9 o'clock where a short service was held and then repaired to the Windfall Church where services were by Rev. Smith and Rev. Lober.Interment in Windfall Cemetery.
Mrs. Dora, wife of Samuel Eusey died Thursday, March 2, of pneumonia at her home one mile east of North Robinson.She was the mother of eight children seven of whom are living, Michael, John, Frank, Elizabeth wife of George Stogie, Marie wife of Samuel Bogan, Barbara wife of Aaron Christman and Katie.A son Charles died about 15 years ago.Mrs. Eusey was one of the oldest and most respected residents of Jefferson township.She was a duitiful wife and find mother.Her age at the time of death was 66 years.Interment was made at the Windfall Church Cemetery beside the grave of her husband.
"Sidenbuch" refers to Seidenbach or Seidenbuch, i the southern part of the state of Hessen, for which the Evangelical parish is noted at Schlierbach, and the Catholic parish as Lindenfels, in a Gazetteer of Hessen.The old village of Seidenbach is now located in part of what is now Wald-Michelbach, Kreis Bergstraße, just south of the district of Darmsadt-Dieburg.Census records for her brotherts stated they were born in "H. Darmstadt"--refering to Darmstadt.
More About THEODORA "DORA" JOHANNA NEWHOUSE:
Burial: 5 March 1899, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., Crawford Co., OH, lot 27A
Notes for SAMUEL JÜSI:
Samuel Jüsi (Eusey) was born at Aeschi in 1814 or 1818--the transcribed church record we have from Aeschi state 1814, but his tombstone reads 1818.Samuel immigrated to the United States sometime between 1839 and 1849.He married in 1856 (at Crestline, or perhaps at the Windfall Church) and raised a family.He lived in Crawford County, Ohio in the vacinity of North Robinson where was engaged in agricultural pursuits.
Died last Saturday December 18, 1886, Samuel Eusey, age 67 years (sic), of asthma.Mr. Eusey was born 17 July 1819 (sic*) Kanton Berne, Switzerland.He immigrated to this country in the year 18__, and then was married to Dora Newhouse.This union was blessed with seven children of whom six are living (sic**).He leaves his wife and there children, besides numerous friends to mourn his departure.The funeral took place Monday and was largely attended.The Eusey family of Indianapolis, Indiana were present.John Eusey, who is the oldest engineer of the New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroad was in attendance.Rev. Lober preached the funeral service.
*his tombstone reads born 1818, and record at Aeschi indicate he was born in 1814.--NMS
**he had a total of nine chidren, seven of whom survived him.--NMS
From the annotation of Michael Eusey Eckstein:
Samuel Eusey (14 July 1818 -- 18 December 1886) came to America about 1839.According to Mother's notes, he worked on a steamboat on Lake Erie "that ran into Buffalo," maybe from Cleveland, who knows; he "fired the steam engine."How long he did this, we do not know (again from Mother's notes) that he somehow was in Middletown (?) area about 1847 or 49, probably 1849, "at a log rolling an old woman told his fortune with coffee grounds and told him he would marry Theodora who was then 12 years old.""Middletown* had three saloons, 3 stores, two churches" but mother did not report how many people.Anyway, they did marry at Crestline in 1856 and Samuel and Theodora had eight children.
From the Registry of the Eusey family Bible, written in Samuel Eusey's hand:
(Transcribed from the German text by the Rev. Elliker)
The 7th day of January 1856 I was married to my wife Theodora Johanna Neuhaus ----Samuel Jüsi.
The 29th of October 1856 my wife bore me a son and was baptized the 26th of Dec. 1857.Baptismal witnesses were his grandparents Carl Neuhaus and his wife.His name is Carl Wilhelm Jüsi.(Charles William Eusey)
The 6th of September 1859 my wife bore me a daughter.She was baptized the 30th of Oct. 1859.Her name is Rosina Elizabeth.Baptismal witnesses were Heinrich Fetter and his wife Elizabeth.(Elizabeth "Lizzie" Eusey)
The 25th of April 1861 my wife bore me a daughter.She was baptized ----. Her name is Maria Taea.(Mary Jane Eusey)
The 7th of April 1864 my wife bore me a son.He was baptized the 25th of December 1864.His name is Michael after his uncle Michael Neuhaus.(Michael Eusey)
The 27th of March 1866 my wife bore me a daughter and was baptized ---- 1866.Her name is Kathrina ----.Baptismal witnesses were Katarina Flick ----.(Katherine "Kate" Eusey)
The 16th of April 1869 my wife bore me a son and was baptized ----.His name is Johann Albert.Baptismal witness was Johann Neuhaus his uncle.(John Albert Eusey)
The 7th of Dec. 1871 my wife bore me a son and was baptized the 25th of May 1873.His name is Franklin Benjamin.Baptismal witnesses were the parents.(Benjamin Franklin "Frank" Eusey)
The 2nd of Nov. 1874 my wife bore me a daughter.She was baptized on January 17, 1875.Mer name is Maria Barbara.Baptismal witnesses were H. Fetter and Maria Barbara Lober.(Mary "Barbara" Eusey)
Karl Wilhelm Arnold Neuhaus was born the 6th of Nov. 1792.Baptized the 16th Nov. 1792.(Charles William Arnold Newhouse)
Anna Rosina Wolf was born the 29th of April 1805.Baptized the 5th of May 1805.She died the 20th of Oct. 1867.--wife of Karl Neuhaus.
Karl Neuhaus died the 18th of June 1871*.His age was 77 years, 4 months, 12 days*.
Karl Jüsi died the 11th of January 1889*.22 years, 2 months*.(Charles William Arnold Eusey)
*Tombstones, church records and obituaries do not agree with these last dates and ages.--NMS
While we have no account or family tradition that our Samuel Eusey was married prior to his union with Dora, marriage records of Crawford County show that a Samuel Eusey married Hanah Knisely 17 October 1850 (Marriage Book 4, page 33).I can find no other record of this union, or of Hannah (Knisely) Eusey.--NMS
More About SAMUEL JÜSI:
AKA (Facts Pg): Samuel Eusey
Alt birth date: 14 July 1814, (from Aeschi Reformed Church)
Burial: 20 December 1886, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., Crawford Co., OH, lot 27
Marriage Notes for THEODORA NEWHOUSE and SAMUEL JÜSI:
the date of marriage comes from Samuel's family Bible.The marriage is recorded as "1855" in Crawford Co. Marriage Book 5, page 69.
Children of THEODORA NEWHOUSE and SAMUEL JÜSI are:
i. SON4 EUSEY, b. 29 October 1856, North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH; d. 30 October 1856, North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH.
ii. CHARLES WILLIAM ARNOLD EUSEY, b. 12 November 1857, North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH; d. 11 January 1882, Crawford Co., OH.
Notes for CHARLES WILLIAM ARNOLD EUSEY:
(transcribed from newspaper microfilm at Sherman Library, Mansfield by Nick Sheedy, September 2002)
Charles Eusey, a tireman on the B-- line, died suddenly at his boarding house on Wednesday.Some time ago, Eusey had a severe fall, and was known to frequently complain of pains across his chest.He put in considerable extra time lately and Tuesday was compelled to lay off.After dinner, in conversation with a friend, he said he must go and see a doctor, as he was suffering great pain.He did so and after his physician prescribed for him he was assisted home and put to bed.He suffered great pain for a few hours, but about eleven o'clock became easier and rested a little.Early in the morning, Mr. Berkpyle, where he boarded, went to his room to see how he was, when he said he felt a good deal better.Soon after a cup of tea was taken to him, and about eight o'clock, a cousin who had been up with him during the night entered the room only to find young Eusey in a dying condition.He communicated the state of affairs to Mr. Berkpyle, when he and his wife hurried to the room and found that life had already fled.His father, who lives in North Robinson,was telegraphed and arrived in the afternoon.Eusey had a large circle of friends and acquaintences who deeply deplore his sudden and early demise.His remains were taken to North Robinson for burial.
According to the transcribed Bible record of Samuel (Jüsi) Eusey:Charles William Arnold Eusey was born "29th of October 1856" and died "11 January 1889 (?)", aged "22 years 2 months".But according to cemetery inscriptions and another family account, his birthdate is the same, but his death date is 11 January 1882, making his actual age at death 26 years, 2 months, 18 days.
More About CHARLES WILLIAM ARNOLD EUSEY:
Burial: Unknown, Windfall Cemetery, Crawford Co., OH, lot 27B
iii. ELIZABETH "LIZZIE" ROSINA EUSEY, b. 6 September 1860, Crawford Co., OH; d. July 1947, Crawford Co., OH; m. GEORGE STOGIE, 30 May 1876, Bucyrus, Crawford Co., OH; b. 21 May 1854; d. 10 June 1940, Crawford Co., OH.
Notes for ELIZABETH "LIZZIE" ROSINA EUSEY:
MRS. ELIZABETH STOGIE DIES EARLY TODAY AT DAUGHTER'S HOME, TIRO.
In ill health for the past year Mrs. Elizabeth Stogie, 87, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Davis in Tiro this morning at 3:15 o'clock.Mrs. Stogie, who spent nearly all her life in this vicinity was a member of the Windfall Reformed Church where funeral services will be conducted on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. W.W. Foust officiating.Interment will be made in Windfall Cemetery.
Mrs. Stogie was the daughter of Samuel and Dora (Newhouse) Eusey and was born in Crawford County on September 6, 1860.On May 30, 1876 she was united inmarriage to George W. Stogie who passed away June 10, 1940.
Surviving are one son, Charles Stogie, northwest of this city, and two daughters Mrs. Silas J. Shumaker of Galion and Mrs. Elmer Daviswith whom she made her home.There are also surviving 11 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren, on sister, Mrs. A.A. Christman and one brother Frank Eusey both of Galion.Two brothers and one sister are deceased.
Friends may call on the Snyder Funeral Home after 7 o'clock this evening.
From her father's Bible record, Rosina Elizabeth was born 6 Sept. 1859.From her obituary and cemetery insctiption, her birthdate is 6 sept. 1860.
(Information on her family, descendents, and some information on other Eusey realtion comes from Helen, wife of Don Nelson, of Iberia, OH.Don in the great-grandson of Elizabeth (Eusey) Stogie.)
More About ELIZABETH "LIZZIE" ROSINA EUSEY:
Burial: Unknown, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., lot 90A
Notes for GEORGE STOGIE:
GEORGE W. STOGIE, 86, RETIRED FARMER, DIES MONDAY AFTERNOOON
George William Stogie, 86, passed away at his home 4 1/2 mils northwest of Galion Monday afternoon at 4:40 o'clock folloing a paralytic stroke.He had been ill five weeks.
Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the later home with continues services at the Emanuel Reformed Windfall Church of which the deceased was a member at 2 o'clock.Burial will be made in the Windfall Cemetery in charge of the Snyder funeral home.Friends may view the remains at the late home.Please omit flowers.
Mr. Stogie has lived in the Windfall vicinity all his life.He was born in Crawford County May 21, 1854, the son of William and Elizabeth Rheimheu Stogie.He was united in marriage May 30, 1876 in Bucyrus to Elizabeth Eusey who survives together with one son and two daughters, Charles Stogie of of near Galion, Mrs. Clara Shumaker of this city and Mrs Mae Davis of Tiro.One son Samuel Lee Stogie died in infancy.One brother Henry Stogie is also deceased.
Pallbearers were: Lawrence Stogie, Paul Shumaker, George Imhoff, Kenmore Imhoff, Lee Imhoff, Harold Stogie.
More About GEORGE STOGIE:
Burial: Unknown, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., lot 90
Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH EUSEY and GEORGE STOGIE:
recorded in Book 9, page 85.
iv. MARY JANE EUSEY, b. 25 April 1861, North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH; d. 7 May 1909, near North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH; m. SAMUEL J. BOGAN, 4 July 1882, Crawford Co., OH; b. 18 January 1853, Marion, OH; d. 10 August 1906, North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH.
Notes for MARY JANE EUSEY:
TEN CHILDREN MOURN HER DEATH
Mrs. Mary Jane Bogan died at her home northwest of this city, near North Robinson, this morning at 7 o'clock, after a lingering illness with dropsy, aged fourty eight years and twelve days.Mrs. Bogan was a widow but leaves a family of ten children to mourn the loss of a kind and loving mother.
The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon with services conducted from the Windfall church at 1:30 o'clock by Rev. W.S. Sage of North Robinson.Interment at Windfall.
MARY JANE BOGAN
Quite a number from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Bogan Sunday afternoon, which was held at Windfall.The children wish to thank friends and neighbors for their kindness shown during the sickness and death of their mother; also the floral offerings.
Died --Mrs. Mary Jane Bogan.Born April 25, 1861, departed this life May 7, 1909, aged 48 years, 12 days.
She was a kind and loving mother and loved by all who knew her.
She leaves to mourn her death 10 children, five of whom are married, seven grandchildren, three sisters and three brothers, and a host of friends.Her husband having parted this life about three years ago.
'Tis hard to break the tender cord
When love has bound the heart;
'Tis hard, so hard, to speak the words,
"We must forever part."
Dearest loved one, we must lay thee
In the peaceful grave's embrace,
But thy memory will be cherished
'Till we see thy heavenly face.
More About MARY JANE EUSEY:
Burial: Unknown, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., Crawford Co., OH, lot 65A
Notes for SAMUEL J. BOGAN:
he may have been born 13 Jan. 1853.
A Samuel Bogan also married Emma G. McClintock, daughter of Alexander and Agnes McClintock, 26 April 1876 (recorded in Crawford Co., Marriage Book 9, page 110).
More About SAMUEL J. BOGAN:
Burial: Unknown, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., , Crawford Co., OH, lot 65
Marriage Notes for MARY EUSEY and SAMUEL BOGAN:
recorded in Book 10, page 211.
v. MICHAEL EUSEY, b. 7 April 1864, near Galion, Crawford Co., OH; d. 15 April 1914, Galion, Crawford Co., OH; m. EVALINE SMITH, 4 December 1885, Crawford Co., OH; b. 5 November 1874; d. 1 April 1966, Crawford Co., OH.
Notes for MICHAEL EUSEY:
Obituary (16 April 1914)
THE GRIM REAPER
Michael Eusey, until a short time ago custodian of the west school building, died at 5 o'clock last evening, of a complication of diseases, aged about 50 years and 9 days.Private funeral services will be conducted at 2 o'clock, Sunday Afternoon, at the home, 203 South Boston Street, by Rev. D.D. Burnite, with burial in Fairview.Friends may call to view the remains, at anytime until Sunday noon.
The deceased was the son of Samuel and Dora Eusey, and was born northwest of this city on the present S.W. Nungesser farm, on April 7, 1864.He remained on the farm until his marriage to Miss Evaline Smith which occured December 4, 1885, and following which the couple went to housekeeping in North Robinson.Latr they removed to Portage, Wood County, where they lived eight years.Three years ago, the family located in Galion, Mr. Eusey being employed as engineer at the Market Street mills.About a year ago he was appointed janitor of the west side building to succeed C.C. Casey and held that position until seized with his fatal illness.He is survived by his wife, a daughter, Coral, and two sons, Fred and Gordon, and other relatives and friends by whom he is sincerely mourned.
Mr. Eusey was a member of the First Lutheran Church of this City, of Star Council, No. 106, Junior Order, of this city, and of the Odd Fellows, of Bucyrus.He was a good citizen and a man who enjoyed the confidence and esteem of all who knew him.
More About MICHAEL EUSEY:
Burial: Unknown, Fairview Cemetery, Galion, Crawford Co., OH; 9483, 13/C12
More About EVALINE SMITH:
Burial: Unknown, Fairview Cemetery, Galion, Crawford Co., OH; 9483, 13/C12
Marriage Notes for MICHAEL EUSEY and EVALINE SMITH:
marriage recorded in Book 13, page 207.
vi. KATHERINE "KATE" REBECCA EUSEY, b. 27 March 1866, Crawford Co., OH; d. 17 April 1911, Galion, Crawford Co., OH.
Notes for KATHERINE "KATE" REBECCA EUSEY:
DREAD LAGRIPPE ENDED HER LIFE
Catherine Rebecca Eusey Died in This City Last Night
Catherine Rebecca Eusey died at the home of her sister, last night, aged 45 years and 20 days.She was born March 27, 1866, and was baptized in infancy, and in her youth confirmed a member of the Reformed church.For the past twelve years she made her home with her sister, Mrs. Aaron Christman and family who lately moved to Galion, on the State Road, in the west part of the city.She had been in failing health for more than two years, and taking the grippe some two weeks ago, she appeared too weak to throw off the disease.
The funeral is to be held Thursday, leaving the house at 12:30, with the services at Windwall church at 1:30 p.m., Rev. I. Rothenburger officiating.She leaves three brothers, two sisters and many friends to mourn her loss.
(published cemetery records of Crawford Co. incorrectly give her birth year as 1867.)
More About KATHERINE "KATE" REBECCA EUSEY:
Burial: Unknown, Windfall Cemetery, Crawford Co., OH, lot 80
vii. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN "FRANK" EUSEY, b. 7 December 1871, Crawford Co., OH; d. 3 February 1955, Galion, Crawford Co., OH; m. MARGARET "MAGGIE" AURELIA BOGAN, 25 December 1895, North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH; b. 16 August 1876, Crestline, Crawford Co., OH; d. 5 January 1948, Crawford Co., OH.
Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN "FRANK" EUSEY:
BENJAMIN EUSEY SUCCUMBS TODAY IN GALION HOSPITAL
Benjamin Franklin Eusey, who resided with his son Charles Eusey, a mile east of Galion, passed away at 5:20 a.m. today in Galion Community hospital where he was admitted Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Eusey had been in poor health for several years and confined to bed for 10 weeks.He was a retired farmer.
Mr. Eusey, a lifelong resident of this community, was born in Crawford County, Dec. 7, 1871, the son of Samuel and Dora (Newhouse) Eusey.Dec. 25, 1895, he was married to Margaret A. Bogan of North Robinson who preceded himJan. 5, 1948.
He is survived by eight children, Raymond and Charles Eusey of Galion, William Eusey of Mansfield, Mrs. Lee Garverick of Crestline, Rolland Eusey of Mt. Gilead, Mrs. Mahlon Breidling of Ida, Mich., John Eusey of North Robinson, and Mrs. Raymond Mouck of Iberia.Also surviving are 33 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Barbara Christman of Galion.
Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in the Snyder funeral home, with interment to follow in WIndfall cemetery.His pastor, Rev. H.K. Deimer of Trinity Lutheran Church of Crestline will officiate.
Newspaper clipping: "Frank Eusey, an employee of J.M. Bogan, at North Robinson, met with a painful accident Friday while cutting timber.His ax glanced and cut the first and second toes off at the second joint."
More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN "FRANK" EUSEY:
Burial: Unknown, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., Crawford Co., OH, lot 92
Notes for MARGARET "MAGGIE" AURELIA BOGAN:
Obituary, 6 January 1948
MRS. FRANK EUSEY DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS LAST NIGHT
Mrs. Margaret Amelia (sic) Eusey, 71, whose home is three miles south of Galion, died Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in City Hospital.She had been in failing health for 14 months and bedfast for one week.Friends may call at the Snyder funeral home where services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.Interment will be made at Windfall Cemetery.
The deceased who had spent her entire life in the Galion vacinity, was born at Crestline Aug. 16, 1876, a daughter of William and Mary (Price) Bogan.She was united in marriage Dec. 25, 1895, at North Robinson, to Frank Eusey, who survives together with five sons: William of Shelby; Roland of Galion; Raymond of Bucyrus; Charles of Galion; and John of North Robinson; and three daughters: Mrs. Lee Garverick , Crestline; Mrs. Mahlon Breidling of Ida, Mich.; and Mrs. Raymond Mauck of Galion.There are 23 grandchildren.
Joseph Bogan and Ivan Bogan of North Robinson, and Mrs. Ralph Feld of Edison are brothers and sister of the deceased....
More About MARGARET "MAGGIE" AURELIA BOGAN:
Burial: Unknown, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., Crawford Co., OH, lot 92A
Marriage Notes for BENJAMIN EUSEY and MARGARET BOGAN:
marriage recorded in Book 13, page 217.
viii. MARY BARBARA EUSEY, b. 2 November 1874, near Windfall, Crawford Co., OH; d. 14 March 1964, Galion, Crawford Co., OH; m. AARON A. CHRISTMAN, 27 January 1898, Crawford Co., OH; b. 7 November 1872; d. December 1952, Crawford Co., OH.
Notes for MARY BARBARA EUSEY:
MRS. A. A. CHRISTMAN
Mrs. Barbara Christman, 89, died at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in her home, 233 Harding Way W.She was in failing health for the past eight months.
A life-time resident of the area, she was born near Windfall Nov. 2, 1874, the daughter of Samuel and Theodora Newhouse Eusey.Her marriage on Jan. 27, 1898, was to A. A. Christman who preceded her in death in 1952.
Mrs. Christman was a member of the First United Church of Christ, its Ladies Bible Class and Missionary Society, and of the Order of Eastern Star.
She is survived by two sons, Herman H. and J. Elwood, a daugter, Miss Leah Christman, three gandchildren, Barbara, Lary and Sandra, all residing in Galion.She was the last survivor of a family of nine children.
Rev. Donald Voelm will officiate at services in the Snyder funeral home Tuesday at 3 p.m.Burial will be at Fairview cemetery.Calling hours, started Sunday evening at the funeral home, will continue all day today.
More About MARY BARBARA EUSEY:
Burial: Unknown, Fairview Cemetery, Galion, Crawford Co., OH
Marriage Notes for MARY EUSEY and AARON CHRISTMAN:
published marriage records of Crawford Co., OH say married 26 January 1898 (Book 14, page 55)
ix. JOHANN "JOHN" ALBERT EUSEY, b. 16 April 1869, Crawford Co., OH; d. 8 July 1942, Crawford Co., OH; m. MARY ELLA MILLS, 24 April 1898, North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH; b. 12 July 1875, North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH; d. 14 November 1958, Galion, Crawford Co., OH.
Notes for JOHANN "JOHN" ALBERT EUSEY:
John A. Eusey farmed all his life.He section farmed near Bucyrus and rented until he bought his own farm.He was Protestant in religion, a member a member of the Reformed Church, but did not attend Sunday service regularly.On a trip to Oregon in 1935 with his daughter, Lola, and son-in-law, J. George Sand and Sand and Gucker in-laws, John located a cousin named "Newhouse" living in Canyon City, Grant County, Oregon.
He died at 3:30 p.m. at his home, three and a half miles west of Galion following an illness of four years' duration which had kept him bedfast for five weeks.
Funeral services were held at the Snyder funeral home with Rev. C. H. Delauter, paster of the North Robinson English Lutheran Church, officiating.Burial was at Windfall Cemetery.
The Pallbearers were: Elwood Christman, Charles Eusey, Harold Stogie, Herman Christman, Michael Eckstein, and Ray Huber.
Those attending the funeral from a distance were:
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bortz and family; Mr. and Mrs. J. Walker; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schnabel; Mrs. H.E. Cotsamire; Mrs. Pearl Mower; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McClintock; Mrs. Lula Thompson; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beller; Mrs. Mamie Jameson; Mrs. E. Bogan; Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeGay, Bucyrus; Mrs. George Stogie; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis, Tiro; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stogie, Windfall; M.E. Mills, Athens; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huber; Mr. and Mrs Ray Huber, Crestline; Mr. and Mrs. William Eusey, Mansfield; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hoover; Mrs. Jacob Eusey, Millersburg; George Imhoff, Long Island, N.Y.; and Lee Hauck, Indianapolis, Ind.
More About JOHANN "JOHN" ALBERT EUSEY:
Baptism: April 1869
Burial: 11 July 1942, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., Crawford Co., OH, lot 91
Confirmation: 18 June 1882, Reformed Emanuel Church at Windfall, Jefferson Twp., Crawford Co., OH; his sponsor was Christian Lober.
Notes for MARY ELLA MILLS:
(from The Galion Inquirer, Friday, November 14, 1958)
Mrs. Ella Eusey, Native Of County, Succumbs At Home
A lifelong resident of Galion and vicinity, Mrs. Ella Eusey, died in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Sand, 357 Cherry St., at 1 a.m. today after a three week illness.
Mrs. Eusey was born at North Robinson July 12, 1875, the daughter of Moses T. Mills and Sarah McClintock.On April 24, 1898, she was united in marriage to John A. Eusey, who died July 8, 1942.Surviving is a son, Glen R. Eusey of Bucyrus Rd., and the daughter, Mrs. Sand, with four grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Friends may call at the Snyder funeral home after 1 p.m., Saturday, where Rev. Harold Shank, pastor of the North Robinson St. Paul's Lutheran Church, of which Mrs. Eusey was a member, will conduct services at 2 p.m., Sunday.Burial will be at Windfall cemetery.
Mary Ella's mother died when she was but four years old.She was treated cruely by her new step-mother and had rickets as a child.One family story claimed she was required to live in a wood shed at times.Mary Ella was raised for the most part by her maternal uncle, Joseph McClintock, in Crawford Co., OH.
More About MARY ELLA MILLS:
Alt birth date: December 1875
Burial: 16 November 1958, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., Crawford Co., OH, lot 91A
Marriage Notes for JOHANN EUSEY and MARY MILLS:
John A. Eusey and Ella Mills, both of North Robinson, were United in marriage by C. Lober, Pastor of the Reformed Church.No witnesses signed the marriage certificate.
marriage recorded in Book 14, page 74.
4.MICHAEL3 NEWHOUSE (CHARLES WILLIAM ARNOLD2, GEORGE1) was born 25 February 1842 in Germany, and died 22 November 1888 in near North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH.He married OLIVE JOHNSON 5 January 1868 in Crawford Co., OH, daughter of HENRY JOHNSON and OLIVIA STRAW.She was born 21 April 1839 in Crawford Co., OH, and died 9 May 1924 in Bucyrus, Crawford Co., OH.
Notes for MICHAEL NEWHOUSE:
The 1880 U.S Census shows:
Household 151, North Robinson, Whetstone Twp., Crawford Co., Ohio
M. Newhouse, 38, laborer, b. Ohio (sic)
Ollie Newhouse, 40, wife, keeping house, b. Ohio, fa b. Penn., mo b. Penn.
Olivia Newhouse, 11, dau., b. Ohio
William H. Newhouse, 9, son, b. Ohio
Lorance Newhouse, 3, son, b. ohio
Nancy Newhouse, 25, dau. (?), b. Ohio
(from Crawford County Forum; Friday, 30 Nov. 1888)
At four o'clock Thursday afternoon, November 22, another fatal accident occured on the Pittsburg track near North Robinson, the victim being a section hand named Michael Newhouse.As near as can be learned, the following were the circumstances of his death:
The engine was cut loose from the train a mile and a half west of the village and the gang of workmen stepped aside to let it pass.Immediately after it had passed, Newhouse stepped back on the track and resumed his work of measuring the distance between the rails with a guage to see there was no displacement.He was stooping down with his back to the train which was moving down rapidly upon him, when one of his fellow workmen in front of him noticed the danger and warned him to get out of the way.Newhouse looked up inquiringly and cast a look backward to see what the danger was.It was too late and when in the act of making a motion to get off he was struck by the train.He was shockingly mangled and death was instantaneous.His arms and leg were crushed and his neck and skull broken.
The engine was cut from the train while the train was in motion and as it is a downward grade at that place it moved eastward with considerable speed.It is said to be a rule of the company that no engine shall be cut loose while the train is in motion, and if these are the facts, the widow of the unfortunate man will doubtless receive compensation from the company.
Michael Newhouse was an honest man ... and had been in the employ of the company for eighteen years.His age was about forty-five and he leaves a widow and four young children to mourn his tragic death in the prime of his life.He was also a worthy soldier of the Repblic, for whos existence he fought through the great civil war.The family live in the village of North Robinson.
Another Fatal Accident
Michael Newhouse, a section hand on the P. F., road at North Robinson, was killed by a train about a mile from that place, Thursday afternoon last week.He had stopped to let an engine pass and then stepped back again to his work not noticing the train was cut.The rear section struct and mangled him in a shocking manner, and his death of course was instantaneous.He was a member of Co. K, 81st O. V. I., and had a large circle of friends in this county, especially among the old soldiers.He leaves a family.
More About MICHAEL NEWHOUSE:
Burial: Unknown, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., , Crawford Co., OH, lot 26
Notes for OLIVE JOHNSON:
Passing of Mrs. Alice (sic) Newhouse
Mrs. Olive Newhouse, widow of Michael Newhouse, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Wagner, 518 West Charles Street, Bucurys, yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the age of 85 years, and 18 days.The deceased suffered a stroke of paralysis over two years ago, and from which she never recovered.
Olive Johnson was the maiden name of the deceased.She was born on a farm near this city, April 21, 1839, the daughter of Henry and Olivia Johnson.Following her marriage to Michael Newhouse, the couple removed to North Robinson, where she was a resident until six years ago, when she went to Bucyrus to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. Wagner.Surviving the deceased are three children:Mrs. A. S. Tracht of Los Vegas, Nevada; Lawrence Newhouse and Mrs. Wagner, of Bucyrus; five grandchildren, Levi, Dewitt, and Aurelia Tracht, Mrs. Dean Bingham, and Gladys Newhouse; three great-grandchildren; and one brother, James Johnson of Crestline.Three children preceded her in death.
Friends wishing to view the remains may call at the Wagner home Sunday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock.Private funeral services will be held from the residence, Monday afternoon at 2'oclock.
More About OLIVE JOHNSON:
Burial: Unknown, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., , Crawford Co., OH, lot 26A
Marriage Notes for MICHAEL NEWHOUSE and OLIVE JOHNSON:
marriage recorded in Book 7, page 180.
Children of MICHAEL NEWHOUSE and OLIVE JOHNSON are:
i. JAS4 NEWHOUSE, b. 3 July 1873, Crawford Co., OH; d. 24 October 1877, Crawford Co., OH.
More About JAS NEWHOUSE:
Burial: Unknown, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., , Crawford Co., OH, lot 25A
ii. LAWRENCE A. NEWHOUSE, b. 9 February 1877, Crawford Co., OH; d. 22 March 1956, Crawford Co., OH.
Notes for LAWRENCE A. NEWHOUSE:
More About LAWRENCE A. NEWHOUSE:
Burial: Unknown, Oakwood Cemetery, Bucyrus, Crawford Co., OH; 9536, W/32
iii. BENJAMIN NEWHOUSE, b. 16 December 1883, Crawford Co., OH; d. 3 September 1888, Crawford Co., OH.
More About BENJAMIN NEWHOUSE:
Burial: Unknown, Windfall Cemetery, Jefferson Twp., , Crawford Co., OH, lot 25
iv. ---- NEWHOUSE, b. Bef. 1888, North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH; d. Aft. 1924, of Bucyrus, Crawford Co., OH; m. JOHN WAGNER; d. Unknown.
v. ---- NEWHOUSE, b. Bef. 1888, North Robinson, Crawford Co., OH; d. Aft. 1924, of Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV; m. A. S. TRACHT; d. Unknown.
vi. ---- NEWHOUSE, b. Bef. 1888; d. Bef. 1924.
Notes for ---- NEWHOUSE:
don't know if this child was male or female or anything about them except the dates here.
5.JOHAN "JOHN" C.3 NEWHOUSE (CHARLES WILLIAM ARNOLD2, GEORGE1) was born 22 April 1835 in of Sidenbuch, Hessen, Germany, and died 25 November 1904 in Crawford Co., OH.He married MARIA BURWELL 9 April 1857 in Crawford Co., OH, daughter of JOHN BURWELL and ELIZABETH WATERS.She was born 22 April 1835, and died 20 February 1911 in Crawford Co., OH.
Notes for JOHAN "JOHN" C. NEWHOUSE:
The 1860 U.S. Census shows:
Household 532, Jackson Twp., Crawford County, Ohio
John Newhouse, 23,Laborer, b. Ohio
Maria Newhoouse, 25, b. Ohio
Annanias Newhouse, 6 (male), b. Ohio
Amanda Newhouse, 4, b. Ohio
Elizabeth Newhouse, 6 mo., b. Ohio
The 1870 U.S. Census shows:
Household 72, Jackson Twp., Crawford Co., Ohio
John Newhouse, 34, farmer, PP $435, b. H. Darmstadt
Maria Newhouse, 35, keeping house, b. Ohio
Anna J. Newhouse, 12 (female), b. Ohio
Elizabeth E. Newhouse, 10, b. Ohio
John J. A. Newhouse, 7, b. Ohio
Francis A. Newhouse, 2, b. Ohio
The 1880 U.S. Census shows:
Household 91, "Pol" Twp., Crawford Co., OH
John Newhouse, 45, farmer, b. H. Darmstadt, fa b. H. Darmstadt, mo b. H. Darmstadt
Mariah Newhouse, 46, wife, keeping house, b. Ohio, fa b. Penn., mo b. Ohio
Albert Newhouse, 12, son, b. Ohio
Alfred Newhouse, 9, son, b. Ohio
Edward Newhouse, 9, son, b. Ohio
Minnie Newhouse, 2, dau., b. Ohio
More About JOHAN "JOHN" C. NEWHOUSE:
Burial: Unknown, Fairview Cemetery, Galion, Crawford Co., OH; 1838, 9/11
Notes for MARIA BURWELL:
she m1. Joshua Kelly; m2. John Newhouse.
More About MARIA BURWELL:
Burial: Unknown, Fairview Cemetery, Galion, Crawford Co., OH; 2479, 9/11
Marriage Notes for JOHAN NEWHOUSE and MARIA BURWELL:
marriage recorded in Book 5, page 153.
Children of JOHAN NEWHOUSE and MARIA BURWELL are:
i. ANNANIAS4, b. Abt. 1854; d. Unknown.
ii. AMANDA NEWHOUSE, b. Abt. 1856; d. Unknown.
iii. ANNA JANE NEWHOUSE, b. Abt. 1858; d. Unknown; m. HARVEY L. ENGLISH, 20 January 1876, Crawford Co., OH; d. Unknown.
iv. ELIZABETH E. NEWHOUSE, b. Abt. 1860, Crawford Co., OH; d. Unknown; m. SAMUEL A. CRISSINGER, 14 March 1880, Crawford Co., OH; d. Unknown.
v. ARNOLD J. NEWHOUSE, b. 1 October 1862, Crawford Co., OH; d. 5 May 1887, Crawford Co., OH; m. ELLA E. FAILE, 19 March 1884, Crawford Co., OH; d. Unknown.
More About ARNOLD J. NEWHOUSE:
Burial: Unknown, Fairview Cemetery, Galion, Crawford Co., OH; 318, 13/15
Marriage Notes for ARNOLD NEWHOUSE and ELLA FAILE:
marriage recorded in Book 11, page 32.
vi. FRANCIS ALBERT NEWHOUSE, b. 27 February 1868, Crawford Co., OH; d. 14 June 1952, Crawford Co., OH; m. (1) ANNA MARGARET "MAGGIE" WILSON; b. 25 May 1860; d. 10 September 1930, Crawford Co., OH; m. (2) IDA MAE FAILE, 27 September 1891, Crawford Co., OH; b. 4 September 1869; d. 8 March 1900, Crawford Co., OH.
More About FRANCIS ALBERT NEWHOUSE:
Burial: Unknown, Fairview Cemetery, Galion, Crawford Co., OH; 7690, 14/57
Notes for ANNA MARGARET "MAGGIE" WILSON:
Her first husband was ---- Green.She married second Francis A. Newhouse.
More About ANNA MARGARET "MAGGIE" WILSON:
Burial: Unknown, Fairview Cemetery, Galion, Crawford Co., OH; 4838, 14/57
More About IDA MAE FAILE:
Burial: Unknown, Fairview Cemetery, Galion, Crawford Co., OH; 1359, 14/57
Marriage Notes for FRANCIS NEWHOUSE and IDA FAILE:
marriage recorded in Book 12, page 211.
vii. ALFRED HENRY NEWHOUSE, b. 6 February 1871, Crawford Co., OH; d. 12 October 1948, Crawford Co., OH; m. ANNA ELIZABETH KUNKLE, 25 September 1892, Crawford Co., OH; b. 13 November 1870; d. 19 August 1960, Crawford Co., OH.
More About ALFRED HENRY NEWHOUSE:
Burial: Unknown, Fairview Cemetery, Galion, Crawford Co., OH; 7199, 9/24
More About ANNA ELIZABETH KUNKLE:
Burial: Unknown, Fairview Cemetery, Galion, Crawford Co., OH; 8767, 9/24
Marriage Notes for ALFRED NEWHOUSE and ANNA KUNKLE:
marriage recorded in Book 12, page 286.
viii. MINNIE E. NEWHOUSE, b. Abt. 1878; d. Unknown; m. SAMUEL LEE HERR, 5 March 1896, Crawford Co., OH; d. Unknown.