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Posted by: Sheilah (ID *****1427) Date: February 29, 2004 at 14:41:43
In Reply to: Theodore Moore and family Lima 1840 by Sheilah of 190

TOBIAS MOORE is a native of Highland County, Ohio, his birth occurring July 9, 1819. Samuel and Phebe Moore, his parents, died in Van Wert County, Ohio; the former was a native of Kentucky, and the latter of Pennsylvania. The subject was reared in Ohio, and remained there six years after his marriage to Miss Cynthia Rose, who was born in that State, and was the daughter of Cornelius Rose. Then removing to Indiana, he settled in this township, where he owns a farm of 85 acres, the soil of which is especially adapted to grain. Mr. Moore subsequently removed to Ohio, and in Mercer County, May 12, 1875, his second marriage was consummated, his bride, Catherine Rhodes, being the daughter of Jacob and Mary A. Rhodes, and native of Pennsylvania. They have since lived in this township, and have an only son, Jacob. Mr. and Mrs. Moore are members of the Wesleyan Methodist Church. Her parents removed from their native State, Pennsylvania, to Mercer County, Ohio, where her father died and her mother yet resides, at the age of sixty-six. The subject has been a church member since 1840.

Source: "1882 History LaGrange County, Indiana" by F.A.Battey & Co.., - Greenfield Township

JOSEPH FENNELL, son of Enoch and Amy Fennell, was born in England November 25, 1827. His mother died there, and his father, after crossing the ocean five times, died in this township. Joseph Fennel came to America in 1845, and was married in Michigan, March 12, 1860, to Miss Rosalie Moore, daughter of Tobias and Cynthia Moore. She was born in Ohio and died about a year after her marriage. Mr. Fennell has a farm of 301 acres in this township, acumulated by hard work and economy. He has always followed farming, and lived in Michigan for a limited period of time. Mrs. Sarah A. Fennell is a native of Ohio, and Mr. Fennell's second wife; they were married in Michigan June 29, 1862. Jacob and Elizabeth Miller, her parents, died in Ohio. They have six children - Roseann, William H., Joseph A., George W., Emery and Charles.

Source: "1882 History LaGrange County, Indiana" by F.A.Battey & Co.., - Greenfield Township

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