Jundt/Yount Family

 

Generation No. 1

1. ANDRE1 JUNDT

Child of ANDRE JUNDT is:

2. i. EHRHARD2 JUNDT, b. Abt. 1630, Donsuschingen, Baden, Germany.

 

Generation No. 2

2. EHRHARD2 JUNDT (ANDRE1) was born Abt. 1630 in Donsuschingen, Baden, Germany. He married SABINA. She was born Abt. 1638.

Child of EHRHARD JUNDT and SABINA is:

3. i. HANS3 (JOHANNES)JUNDT, b. Abt. 1660, Niederbronn, France; d. Niederbronn, France.

 

Generation No. 3

3. HANS3 (JOHANNES)JUNDT (EHRHARD2 JUNDT, ANDRE1) was born Abt. 1660 in Niederbronn, France, and died in Niederbronn, France. He married ANNA URSULA SCHOFFLER November 16, 1682 in Niederbronn, France, daughter of HANS PHILIP SCHOFFLER. She was born Abt. 1668 in Niederbronn, France, and died Abt. February 4, 1722 in Niederbronn, France.

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Marriage: November 16, 1682, Niederbronn, France

Children of HANS (JOHANNES)JUNDT and ANNA SCHOFFLER are:

i. HANS PHILIP4 JUNDT, b. January 6, 1684, Niederbronn, Alsace, France; d. Aft. December 1751, Northampton, PA.

ii. HANS JAKOB JUNDT, b. 1685, Niederbronn, Alsace, France; d. 1723, Eckwersheim, Germany; m. ROSINA.

iii. JOHAN JUNDT, b. 1685; d. 1686.

4. iv. HANS GEORGE YOUNT, b. 1691, Niederbronn, France; d. Aft. December 13, 1751, Northampton Co., PA.

 

Generation No. 4

4. HANS GEORGE4 YOUNT (HANS3 (JOHANNES)JUNDT, EHRHARD2 JUNDT, ANDRE1) was born 1691 in Niederbronn, France, and died Aft. December 13, 1751 in Northampton Co., PA. He married ANNA MARIA Abt. 1713 in Niederbronn, France. She was born 1691 in Niederbronn, France, and died Aft. 1731 in Northampton Co., PA.

Notes for HANS GEORGE YOUNT:

Hans and Anna came to Philadelphia with four children on the ship "Brittania" on September 21, 1731.

The name Yount was spelled Jundt before coming to the U.S.

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Marriage: Abt. 1713, Niederbronn, France

Children of HANS YOUNT and ANNA MARIA are:

i. JACOB5 YOUNT, b. August 8, 1714, Niederbronn, Alsace, France; d. 1760, Whitehall Twp., Northampton, PA; m. CATHERINE DOROTHEA SCHUCK, Abt. 1740, Colebrookdale, Berks, Co., PA; b. 1716, Mosbach, Germany; d. March 19, 1780, Colebrookdale, Berks Co., PA.

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Marriage: Abt. 1740, Colebrookdale, Berks, Co., PA

ii. HEINRICH YOUNT, b. January 15, 1716, Niederbronn, France; d. July 1716, Niederbronn, France.

5. iii. ANDREW YOUNT, b. Abt. 1717, Alsace, Germany near Strasborg, Rhine River.

iv. HANS GEORGE YOUNT, b. March 11, 1719, Niederbronn, Alsace, France; d. September 15, 1770, Lancaster Co., PA; m. MARIA MARGARETTA HINKLE, September 10, 1745, New Hanover Church, Philadelphia, PA; b. January 1, 1722, Daudenzell, Mosbach, Baden, Germany; d. November 16, 1809, Ephrata, Lancaster Co., PA.

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Marriage: September 10, 1745, New Hanover Church, Philadelphia, PA

v. MARIE ELIZABETH YOUNT, b. April 18, 1721, Niederbronn, Alsace, France; d. December 8, 1811, PA.

vi. JOHN YOUNT, b. April 23, 1723, Alsace, Lorain; d. January 25, 1790, Plantation, Lincoln Co., now Catawba, N.C.; m. ANNA ELIZABETH ZIMMERMAN, 1751, NC; b. 1736, Lincoln Co., N.C..

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Marriage: 1751, NC

 

Generation No. 5

5. ANDREW5 YOUNT (HANS GEORGE4, HANS3 (JOHANNES)JUNDT, EHRHARD2 JUNDT, ANDRE1) (Source: "Genealogy of the Herbert Hoover Family", Ancestors of President Herbert Hoover. Located in the Upper Arlington Public Library, Columbus, OH.) was born Abt. 1717 in Alsace, Germany near Strasborg, Rhine River. He married ANN MARIA. She was born Abt. 1721 in Hanover, Germany.

Notes for ANDREW YOUNT:

Arrived on the "Duke of Bedford" on September 4, 1751. He was a Violinist and settled in PA where his parents and brothers had preceded him in 1731. His family name was originally spelled Jundt.

Children of ANDREW YOUNT and ANN MARIA are:

6. i. GEORGE6 YOUNT, b. 1740, Alsace, Germany; d. March 10, 1810, Montgomery County, OH buried in Union, OH.

ii. JACOB YOUNT, b. Abt. 1743, Alsace, Germany; d. Abt. 1806, Germantown, Montgomery County, OH; m. ESTHER FOUNTS; b. 1766; d. 1825.

iii. CATHERINE YOUNT, b. Abt. 1744; m. JACOB HOOVER.

iv. JOHN YOUNT, b. Abt. 1749, Alsace, Germany; m. ? FOUTS.

v. WILLIAM HENRY YOUNT, b. Abt. 1757, Alsace, Germany; d. October 20, 1822, Montgomery County, OH; m. (1) MARIANNE WAYMIRE; m. (2) MARIANNE MAY WAYMIRE; b. Abt. 1761; d. July 10, 1822, Montgomery County, OH.

Notes for WILLIAM HENRY YOUNT:

They had six children.

 

Generation No. 6

6. GEORGE6 YOUNT (ANDREW5, HANS GEORGE4, HANS3 (JOHANNES)JUNDT, EHRHARD2 JUNDT, ANDRE1) was born 1740 in Alsace, Germany, and died March 10, 1810 in Montgomery County, OH buried in Union, OH. He married ROSANNAH WAYMIRE in Randolph Co., N.C., daughter of JOHN WAYMIRE and ? LOUGH. She was born Abt. 1751 in Germany, and died August 16, 1814 in Montgomery County, OH.

Notes for GEORGE YOUNT:

George arrived with his parents on the "Duke of Bedford" on September 4, 1751. They were Quaker in religion. He came with his wife, Rosanna and children to Stillwell, OH in 1803 and settled near Union on the banks of the Stillwater River near the brick mill. They cleared the forest, built log cabins, and settled among the Indians.

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Marriage: Randolph Co., N.C.

Children of GEORGE YOUNT and ROSANNAH WAYMIRE are:

7. i. JOHN7 YOUNT, b. September 23, 1768, PA; d. December 1, 1822, Montgomery County, OH buried in Mill Creek Cemetery.

ii. ELIZABETH B. YOUNT, b. Abt. 1774.

iii. CATHERINE YOUNT, b. October 26, 1774, Randolph County, NC; d. November 9, 1809, Miami County, OH; m. JACOB WAGGONER, 1788.

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Marriage: 1788

8. iv. FREDERICK YOUNT, b. May 4, 1778, Randolph County, N.C.; d. March 5, 1864, Miami County, OH buried in the West Branch Cemetery.

v. REBECCA YOUNT, b. July 23, 1780, Randolph County, N.C.; d. December 7, 1852; m. RICHARD ROBBINS, 1802, Near Deepwater, NC; b. September 23, 1783.

Notes for RICHARD ROBBINS:

They had two children.

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Marriage: 1802, Near Deepwater, NC

vi. GEORGE YOUNT, b. July 17, 1783, Randolph County, N.C.; d. April 28, 1819, Montgomery County, OH; m. MARY VANTRESS.

Notes for GEORGE YOUNT:

They had seven children.

vii. RACHAEL YOUNT, b. 1785, Randolph County, N.C.; d. March 10, 1860; m. WILLIAM DANIEL LUCAS, January 11, 1806, Miami County, OH.

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Residence: 1816, Twin Township, Darke County, OH

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Marriage: January 11, 1806, Miami County, OH

viii. MARY (POLLY) YOUNT, b. January 1, 1787, Randolph County, N.C.; d. July 16, 1849; m. JOHN WILLIAMS, February 6, 1808, Montgomery County, OH; b. 1788; d. 1847.

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Marriage: February 6, 1808, Montgomery County, OH

ix. AMELIA (MILLIE) YOUNT, b. July 15, 1790, Guildford County, N.C.; d. January 22, 1872; m. ANDREW SINKS, March 4, 1806, Miami County, OH; b. 1782; d. 1869.

Notes for ANDREW SINKS:

They had twelve children.

 

 

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Marriage: March 4, 1806, Miami County, OH

x. ROSANNAH (ROSIE) MAY YOUNT, b. March 14, 1794, Randolph County, N.C.; d. April 24, 1885, Ithaca, OH; m. PHILIP SHANK, May 16, 1816, Miami Co., OH.

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Marriage: May 16, 1816, Miami Co., OH

xi. SARENA (CENY) YOUNT, b. 1796, Randolph County, N.C.; m. ELI SINKS, July 8, 1826.

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Marriage: July 8, 1826

 

Generation No. 7

7. JOHN7 YOUNT (GEORGE6, ANDREW5, HANS GEORGE4, HANS3 (JOHANNES)JUNDT, EHRHARD2 JUNDT, ANDRE1) was born September 23, 1768 in PA, and died December 1, 1822 in Montgomery County, OH buried in Mill Creek Cemetery. He married MARY LOWE in PA. She was born March 28, 1771 in PA, and died July 22, 1842 in Montgomery County, OH.

Notes for JOHN YOUNT:

John and his family moved to North Carolina in 1799. They emigrated from North Carolina in their schooner wagor via KY in 1801 and arrived in Miami County, OH in 1802. With them were the Hoovers and Masts. John and Mary and their two little boys, Henry and Frederick, stopped for a season in Ky, and a little girl, Rebecca, was born to them in the Spring of 1802. They again took up their journey, following the Hoover trail on Northward, and in the early Autumn arrived at the new colony on the Stillwater. They had to cut a wagon-road through the woods, from Dayton, OH to the place which they had selected as their future home, and they were probably one of the first white men that trod the native forests. They settled among the Indians, who were numerous. They were not molested in the least by them and their relations were always of the most friendly character. Game abounded everywhere bears, wolves, panthers, deer, turkeys etc., furnished the early settlers with food, and jerked venison was a staple diet.

When they bought their land it was entered at $2 per acre.

There faith was the Society of Friends, Quakers. Later Mary Ann became a Dunkard.

Notes for MARY LOWE:

Lowe, Low, Loew....This is a Swiss name and marks one of the group of Swiss families who came to America in the 1700's.

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Marriage: PA

Children of JOHN YOUNT and MARY LOWE are:

i. HENRY8 YOUNT, b. September 4, 1793, PA; d. July 19, 1863; m. ELIZABETH HOOVER, April 18, 1815.

Notes for HENRY YOUNT:

Henry and his family moved to Ohio in 1817. They had seven children.

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Marriage: April 18, 1815

ii. DELILAH YOUNT, b. July 29, 1795, Randolph County, N.C.; d. July 11, 1827, Miami County, OH; m. JOHN WERTZ, May 20, 1813, Maimi County, OH.

Notes for JOHN WERTZ:

John and Delilah had five children.

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Marriage: May 20, 1813, Maimi County, OH

iii. SOLOMON YOUNT, b. July 22, 1797, NC; d. April 20, 1870, Miami County, OH buried in Mill Creek Cemetery, Fredericksburg, OH; m. (1) JOANNA INSCO, August 1, 1819; m. (2) EVA FOUTS, 1827; b. August 13, 1806; d. August 28, 1881, Miami County, OH.

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Marriage: August 1, 1819

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Marriage: 1827

9. iv. FREDERICK YOUNT, b. July 20, 1799, North Carolina; d. August 14, 1880, Monroe Twp., Maimi County, OH buried in West Branch Cemetery..

v. REBECCA YOUNT, b. March 11, 1801; d. August 13, 1896, Marshall County, Iowa; m. JESSE HOOVER, April 18, 1819, West Milton, OH; b. 1800; d. December 15, 1856.

Notes for REBECCA YOUNT:

Rebecca was the Great Grandmother of President Herbert Hoover.

Notes for JESSE HOOVER:

Moved to Marshall County, Iowa.

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Marriage: April 18, 1819, West Milton, OH

vi. JOANNA YOUNT, d. February 27, 1829; m. TITUS S. WEAVER.

8. FREDERICK7 YOUNT (GEORGE6, ANDREW5, HANS GEORGE4, HANS3 (JOHANNES)JUNDT, EHRHARD2 JUNDT, ANDRE1) was born May 4, 1778 in Randolph County, N.C., and died March 5, 1864 in Miami County, OH buried in the West Branch Cemetery. He married MARY MAST August 1, 1797 in NC. She was born November 7, 1779 in Randolph Co., NC, and died October 8, 1859 in Miami Co., OH.

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Marriage: August 1, 1797, NC

Children of FREDERICK YOUNT and MARY MAST are:

i. MICHAEL8 YOUNT, b. January 8, 1799.

ii. MAHALA YOUNT, b. November 6, 1802.

iii. ENOS YOUNT, b. August 17, 1805.

iv. ELIZABETH YOUNT, b. February 18, 1808.

v. MILLY YOUNT, b. April 8, 1810.

vi. JOHN YOUNT, b. April 7, 1813.

vii. JACOB YOUNT, b. March 28, 1816.

viii. ELAM YOUNT, b. April 1, 1819.

ix. MARY ANN YOUNT, b. August 16, 1823.

 

Generation No. 8

9. FREDERICK8 YOUNT (JOHN7, GEORGE6, ANDREW5, HANS GEORGE4, HANS3 (JOHANNES)JUNDT, EHRHARD2 JUNDT, ANDRE1) was born July 20, 1799 in North Carolina, and died August 14, 1880 in Monroe Twp., Maimi County, OH buried in West Branch Cemetery.. He married CATHERINE INGLE February 1, 1821 in Miami County, OH, daughter of MICHAEL INGLE and CATHERINE. She was born February 1802 in Miami County, OH, and died October 11, 1873 in Monroe Twp., Maimi County, OH buried in West Branch Cemetery..

Notes for FREDERICK YOUNT:

Frederick was a farmer, his farm near Frederick, now Fidelity, OH had 151 acres. It was Rt. 48 at Garland Rd. He ran a carding and sawmill on Mill Creek at Dry Branch, OH. He and his wife belonged to the Society of Friends. Catherine was originally of the Quaker Faith.

Notes for CATHERINE INGLE:

Catherine was raised with Indians nearby and she spoke their language fluently.

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Marriage: February 1, 1821, Miami County, OH

Children of FREDERICK YOUNT and CATHERINE INGLE are:

i. ENOS9 YOUNT, b. November 17, 1821.

ii. SARAH A. YOUNT, b. January 16, 1823, Monroe Twp., Maimi County, OH; d. February 7, 1823, Monroe Twp., Maimi County, OH.

iii. CLARK YOUNT, b. July 10, 1824, Monroe Twp., Maimi County, OH; d. April 4, 1910, Ohio; m. MARY SMITH, June 8, 1845; d. August 24, 1898.

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Marriage: June 8, 1845

iv. HENRY YOUNT, b. February 7, 1826.

10. v. EVE YOUNT, b. July 1, 1827; d. April 5, 1850, Maimi County, OH.

vi. SOLOMON YOUNT, b. March 28, 1829.

vii. AMELIA YOUNT, b. September 11, 1830; d. July 18, 1917; m. SOLOMON SMITH, February 3, 1848; b. May 29, 1830; d. June 6, 1907.

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Marriage: February 3, 1848

11. viii. EILZABETH CATHERINE YOUNT, b. March 10, 1832, Miami County, OH; d. July 17, 1882, OH buried in Tippecanoe City Cemetery, Vandalia, OH.

ix. ROSANNA JOANNA YOUNT, b. May 12, 1834, Monroe Twp., Maimi County, OH; d. February 7, 1879, Miami County, OH buried in Mill Creek Cemetery, Fredericksburg, OH; m. TITUS SHEARER, January 1, 1853, Miami County, OH; b. March 30, 1833.

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Marriage: January 1, 1853, Miami County, OH

x. IRA YOUNT, b. January 2, 1836, Monroe Twp., Maimi County, OH.

xi. OLIVER YOUNT, b. March 29, 1837, Monroe Twp., Maimi County, OH; d. March 11, 1838, Monroe Twp., Maimi County, OH.

xii. MARY ANN YOUNT, b. December 17, 1838, Monroe Twp., Maimi County, OH; d. December 26, 1841, Monroe Twp., Maimi County, OH.

xiii. ELI YOUNT, b. September 24, 1840, Monroe Twp., Maimi County, OH; d. May 20, 1930; m. REBECCA MARTINDALE, April 3, 1862; b. March 28, 1844; d. December 15, 1923.

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Marriage: April 3, 1862

xiv. REBECCA CATHERINE YOUNT, b. June 4, 1842; m. MARTIN MARTINDALE, April 13, 1861.

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Marriage: April 13, 1861

 

Generation No. 9

10. EVE9 YOUNT (FREDERICK8, JOHN7, GEORGE6, ANDREW5, HANS GEORGE4, HANS3 (JOHANNES)JUNDT, EHRHARD2 JUNDT, ANDRE1) was born July 1, 1827, and died April 5, 1850 in Maimi County, OH. She married JOHN SMITH (Source: History of Miami County Ohio at OHS, page 666.) 1847 in Maimi County, OH. He was born November 10, 1828 in Montgomery County, OH, and died March 11, 1892 in Maimi County, OH.

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Burial: Maple Hill Cemetery

Notes for JOHN SMITH:

John Smith, farmer; P. O. Ginghamsburg; is a prominent farmer of Monroe Township, whose father was born in Lancaster Co., Penn., and came to this county in 1835. Elizabeth Whitehead, his wife, was born in Montgomery Co., about 1805, and they were married in 1821; they were the parents of Susannah, Jacob, Mary, Esther, John, Solomon, Samuel, Elizabeth and Elvira.

John was born in Montgomery Co., in 1827, and he has always followed the occupation of farming, He was wedded to Eve Yount, in 1847 they had two children; Catharine E. and Ira Y. Smith. His second marriage was celebrated in 1855, Miss Mary Eidemiller being the lady of his choice; their children are George J., John H., Alexander D., Elizabeth, Peter E., Mary J., Ida, Esther and Lillie M.; and Jacob, Catharine and Ira are married and reside in Montgomery Co. Mr. Smith is a prominent local politician, and is a thoroughbred Democrat. He commenced life with a small capital, and by honesty and industry owns a farm of 264 acres of elegant land. His home and its surroundings are of the substantial kind, characteristic of democracy, and stamp him as one of our most practical men.

Source; "1880 History of Miami County", page 666

 

 

More About JOHN SMITH:

Burial: Maple Hill Cemetery

More About JOHN SMITH and EVE YOUNT:

Marriage: 1847, Maimi County, OH

Children of EVE YOUNT and JOHN SMITH are:

i. CATHERINE E.10 SMITH.

ii. IRA Y. SMITH.

11. EILZABETH CATHERINE9 YOUNT (FREDERICK8, JOHN7, GEORGE6, ANDREW5, HANS GEORGE4, HANS3 (JOHANNES)JUNDT, EHRHARD2 JUNDT, ANDRE1) (Source: Mont. Co. OH, Probate Ct. Rec. of Deaths, Vol. 2, p. 54.) was born March 10, 1832 in Miami County, OH, and died July 17, 1882 in OH buried in Tippecanoe City Cemetery, Vandalia, OH. She married MARTIN EIDEMILLER November 23, 1853 in Miami County, OH, son of PETER EIDEMILLER and ANNA WEBER. He was born December 8, 1829 in Brensbach, im Odenwald, Hessen Darmstadt, Germany, and died September 15, 1899 in OH buried in Tippecanoe City Cemetery, Vandalia, OH.

More About EILZABETH CATHERINE YOUNT:

Cause of Death: Typhoyd Fever

Notes for MARTIN EIDEMILLER:

Came to the U.S. with his parents in 1832. He was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives from Montgomery County and served in the 67th Session (1/4/1886) and the 68th Session (1/2/1888). He was a Democrat. He lived in Montgomery County just within its boundary, near Ginghamsburg, OH between Troy and Dayton, OH. Martin was also a farmer.

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Baptism: Name- Johan Martin Eidemiller

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Marriage: November 23, 1853, Miami County, OH

Children of EILZABETH YOUNT and MARTIN EIDEMILLER are:

i. MARTIN PETER10 EIDEMILLER, b. August 2, 1855, Butler Twp,. Montgomery County, OH; d. March 8, 1932, Monroe Twp., Maimi County, OH buried in Maple Hill Cemetery.; m. ELIZABETH H. (LIZZIE) COPPOCK, July 11, 1878, Miami County, OH; b. February 27, 1858, Miami County, OH; d. 1933.

Notes for MARTIN PETER EIDEMILLER:

A Farmer.

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Burial: March 11, 1932, Maple Hill Cemetery, Tipp City, OH

More About ELIZABETH H. (LIZZIE) COPPOCK:

Burial: Maple Hill Cemetery, Tipp City, OH

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Marriage: July 11, 1878, Miami County, OH

ii. JOHN F. EIDEMILLER, b. February 23, 1857, Butler Twp., Montgomery County, OH; d. July 26, 1940, Harrison., Montgomery County, OH; m. MARY A. PENCE, February 25, 1880, Miami County, OH.

Notes for JOHN F. EIDEMILLER:

John resided in Englewood, OH and was a school teacher for 30 years. He is buried in Tipp City, OH.

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Burial: Maple Hill Cemetery, Tipp City, OH

Residence: Engelwood, OH

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Marriage: February 25, 1880, Miami County, OH

iii. CLARK EIDEMILLER, b. 1858, Butler Twp., Montgomery County, OH Died young..

iv. SARAH E. EIDEMILLER, b. 1860, Butler Twp,. Montgomery County, OH; m. JOHN G. HEILL, January 14, 1880, Miami County, OH.

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Residence: Rte. 3, Tippecanoe City, OH

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Marriage: January 14, 1880, Miami County, OH

v. ALEXANDER G. EIDEMILLER, b. June 30, 1862, Butler Twp,. Montgomery County, OH; d. August 1, 1927, West Milton, Miami County, OH; m. ELLA FOUTS, March 9, 1884, Miami County, OH; b. July 12, 1862, Miami County, OH; d. October 20, 1940.

Notes for ALEXANDER G. EIDEMILLER:

"1909 History of Miami County", page 843 - A. G. EIDEMILLER, a well known resident of West Milton, Miami County, Ohio, is engaged in the real estate and insurance business and is also clerk of Union Township. He was born in Montgomery County, Ohio, in 1862, and is a son of Martin and Elizabeth Eidemiller, his father a native of Germany and his mother of Pennsylvania. Martin Eidemiller was two years of age when the family came to the United States and located in Montgomery County, Ohio. There he was reared to maturity and followed farming until his death at the age of seventy-three years. His wife died at the age of fifty-six years.

A. G. Eidemiller attended the district schools of his home community, and thereafter taught school and farmed for a period of twenty years. In 1901 he located at West Milton and engaged in the buggy and farm implement business, also dealing extensively in livestock. He continued with good returns until January, 1908, when he sold his interests to Mr. E.L. Miller. He then moved into his present office and began dealing in local real estate and handling fire and accident insurance, representing some of the strongest companies operating in this country. He was elected to the office of township clerk in 1907, and has discharged the duties of his office in a most satisfactory manner.

Mr. Eidemiller was united in the bonds of matrimony with Miss. Ella Fouts, a daughter of Aaron Fouts, who died in 1891. They have four children: Lester W., a railway postal clerk who married Miss. Dorothy Becker of Dayton; Neva, who attended Ohio Wesleyan University at Delaware, Ohio, completing a musical and literary course; Aaron Fouts; and Cuba Manila, who is attending school. Politically, the subject of this sketch is a Republican. In fraternal affiliation, he is a Mason and a Pythian Knight. Religiously, he is a member of the Christian Church.

OBITUARY in Troy Daily News 08/01/1927: A WISE AND KINDLY FRIEND IS TAKEN At the time this newspaper is facing one loss in the departure of a kindly and co-operating friend, it experiences another in the passing of A G Eidemiller, former county recorder. Mr. Eidemiller was a man of high character and many will be the tributes paid to him for his good qualities and his civic enthusiasm, but this newspaper remembers him more distinctly as one who was ever helpful and considerate and whose assistance was not motivated by any desire except to be helpful and to assist in securing accuracy. Few if any Miami countians of this generation had a wider acquaintanceship throughout the county and as a consequence he was often in a position to learn early of happenings of public interest. During his service as county recorder he could always be depended upon to pass along news items which came to his attention and was always helpful with information and suggestions. His passing is a loss to West Milton and the county and this newspaper feels it also has suffered a loss.

OBITUARY inTroy Daily News 08/02/1927: EIDEMILLER RITES TO BE HELD AT MILTON CHURCH

FUNERAL SERVICES SET FOR THURSDAY AFTERNOON WITH BURIAL IN VILLAGE CEMETERY

Funeral services for Alexander G Eidemiller, former mayor and postmaster of West Milton and former county recorder, who died at the Miami Valley hospital, Dayton, Monday morning, will be held at the Christian church in West Milton at 3:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Burial will be in the cemetery at West Milton.

Mr. Eidemiller was the fifth of 13 children of Martin and Elizabeth Yount Eidemiller and was born June 20, 1862, two miles north of Vandalia. Of that family 10 children reached maturity, three dying in infancy. Those surviving are Martin of Ginghamsburg, John of Englewood, Edward of Dayton, Sidney of Brookville, Mrs. Elizabeth Ripkey and Mrs. Catherine Staley of Vandalia, and Mrs. Anna North of Columbus.

 

More About ALEXANDER G. EIDEMILLER:

Burial: August 4, 1927, West Milton Cemetery

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Marriage: March 9, 1884, Miami County, OH

vi. ELIZABETH CAROLINE EIDEMILLER, b. January 21, 1864, Butler Twp,. Montgomery County, OH Near Ginghamsburg, OH; d. June 20, 1949, Vandalia, OH buried at Maple Hill or Tipp City Cemetery, in Section 1.; m. (1) JOHN WILLIAM RIPKE; b. August 17, 1860; d. June 8, 1928, Vandlia, OH; m. (2) ALBERT ANSPACH (Source: Mont. Co. OH, Probate Ct. Rec. of Deaths.), February 19, 1885, Montgomery Co., OH; b. September 6, 1859, Montgomery Co., OH; d. December 4, 1899, Vandalia, OH buried at Maple Hill (Tipp City) Cemetery, in Section 1..

Notes for ALBERT ANSPACH:

Albert died at the age of 40 of Consumption. He ran a General Store and was the Postmaster on Rt. 40 and the Dixie Hwy. intersection in Vandalia, OH. After his death Elizabeth took over the store and became the Postmistress for the post office in the General Store.

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Occupation: Was the Postmaster and owner of the General Store in Vandalia, OH; located on Rt 40.

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Marriage: February 19, 1885, Montgomery Co., OH

vii. EDWARD LEWIS EIDEMILLER, b. September 30, 1865, Butler Twp,. Montgomery County, OH; d. May 7, 1890; m. (1) NORA BEESON, Miami County, OH; b. Abt. 1868; m. (2) LILLIE K. HESSLER, 1884; b. February 21, 1863.

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Marriage: Miami County, OH

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Marriage: 1884

viii. CATHERINE YOUNT EIDEMILLER, b. May 2, 1867, Butler Twp,. Montgomery County, OH; m. JOHN FRANCIS STALEY, April 17, 1884, Miami Co., OH; b. April 29, 1863, Vandalia, OH.

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Marriage: April 17, 1884, Miami Co., OH

ix. ESTA EIDEMILLER (Source: Mont. Co. OH, Probate Ct. Rec. of Deaths, Vol. 1 p. 82.), b. March 14, 1869, Butler Twp,. Montgomery County, OH; d. July 1, 1869.

x. ANNA MARIA EIDEMILLER, b. May 14, 1870, Butler Twp,. Montgomery County, OH; m. THEODORE NORTH, December 25, 1894; b. October 16, 1868.

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Burial: Poplar Hill Cemetery, Dixie Hwy. Vandalia, OH

Notes for THEODORE NORTH:

Buried in Poplar Hill Cemetery on Dixie Hwy, Vandalia, OH

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Burial: Poplar Hill Cemetery, Dixie Hwy., Vandalia, OH

Residence: 149 W. Fourth St., Columbus, OH

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Marriage: December 25, 1894

xi. ELI EIDEMILLER, b. January 18, 1873, Butler Twp,. Montgomery County, OH; d. January 24, 1873, Butler Twp,. Montgomery County, OH.

xii. REBECCA JANE EIDEMILLER, b. April 25, 1875, Butler Twp,. Montgomery County, OH; d. January 14, 1915; m. (1) ORA TEETER, March 30, 1893; d. April 1893, Died within three weeks of their marriage.; m. (2) WALTER V. RANDALL, 1897; b. May 16, 1872.

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Marriage: March 30, 1893

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Marriage: 1897

xiii. SIDNEY CHAFFEE EIDEMILLER, b. May 1, 1877, Butler Twp,. Montgomery County, OH; d. April 15, 1942, Near Brookville, OH; m. (1) NORA MOON, 1901, Miami County, OH; d. 1906; m. (2) CARRIE SHALLABERGER, 1908, West Milton, OH.

Notes for SIDNEY CHAFFEE EIDEMILLER:

Sid was the thirteenth child and was raised by his sisters after his mother died when he was five.

In 1904 he and his wife, Nora moon of Spring Valley, moved the Phoneton . The large frame building where the family lived faced the west (the old Troy Pike), Route 202 and in 1909 he had a basement dug and movers moved the building to its present location, facing the National Road, U.S. 40. The first floor was divided down the center with living quarters on one side. This building was razed in 1978 after serving as grocery, post office and ceramic shop during its long life. Since the there was no grocery on Route 202 from Dayton to Phoneton and none west to Vandalia it served a large area.

Sid sold the store in 1924 and moved to Brookville. He died at his farm home near there.

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Marriage: 1901, Miami County, OH

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Marriage: 1908, West Milton, OH