Posted By:Marsha
Post Date:May 22, 2008 at 14:22:14
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Forum:Piersol Family Genealogy Forum
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Not related....just a lookup

First lead was this 1900 census

1900 OH, Hamilton Co, Cincinnati
Indexed as PURSOL...
418 E. Pearl Street
Peirsol, Tobias bn Dec 1854 PA, md 4yrs
, Mary bn apr 1850 OH, md 4yrs, 11kids/8 alive
, Cyrus bn may 1884 OH, son
, Estella bn Oct 1885 OH, dau
, Charles bn Apr 1889 OH, son
, Edith bn sept 1890 OH, dau
, Joseph bn Jul 1892 OH, son
Midgley, Jennetta 16 bn KY, step dau
, Louisa B. 13 bn KY, step dau
, Earl B. 6 bn OH, step son
***you can tell by this census that this wife Mary is clearly a second wife....only married 4yrs and stepchildren with surname Midgley are listed in household. These Peirsol children are from another wife.

1910 KS, Wyandotte Co, Kansas City
Persall, Tobias 55 bn PA, widowed
, Edith 19 bn OH, dau
***Edith is listed twice for this census...once here and also (same location) with her sister & bro in law; Richard & Stella Beggs as Edith Peirsol 19 bn OH.

1920 KS, Wyandotte Co, Kansas City
they are listed as Richard & Estella V. Beggs

1930 same location
Richard & Estella Beggs

Estella V Peirsol md Richard Beggs

WW1 Draft Registration
Cyrus Walker Peirsol
bn 01 May 1884
WW2 Draft Registration
Cyrus Walker Peirsol
**both show residence of OH, Hamilton Co, Cincinnati

I wonder if this could be his death record??

Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002
Name:        Cyrus Piersol
Death Date:        6 Feb 1943
City of Death:        Cincinnati
County of Death:        Hamilton
WW1 Draft Registration
Charles Piersol
bn 19 Apr 1889
*Sadly he is in the Osawatomie State Hospital, KS, Miami Co, Osawatomie city.
Listed on the 1920 KS, Miami Co, Osawatomie census as Charles F. Piersol.

After finding this info I located this wonderful TREE which lists their reference. It is a 2008 TREE so you should be able to write to the submitter with luck.

This Tree states from their source.....that the mother of these children was Mary Grimm and she died in 04 May 1894.

Hope something here is of help,