|In the late 1840's Henry J Rahn, his wife Catherine Kraft Rahn and four children, Henry, Casper, Elizabeth, Magdalena, and Phillip left home in karlsburg, Germany for America.Another baby, Catherine, was born in Buffalo, N.Y. before the family moved to Ohio, about 1850 and setled in Tiverton Township, Coshocton, Ohio.Three more children were born here Dorothea, Caroline, and George. The family attended Dutch Run Trinity Reformed Church, a mile walk from their house.The children went to Dutch Run grade school across the road from the church.Henry and Catherine are buried on the home farm cemetery, known as Dutch Run cemetery, located one mile north of the church on county road 20.Caspar, the eldest son, fought in the Civil War.In 1869 he married German born, Wilhelmina Ramins and brought her to the home farm. They too are buried there.|
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