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Posted by: jc (ID *****5058) Date: June 27, 2004 at 16:09:52
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http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Seneca/SenChapXVII.htm
HISTORY OF SENECA COUNTY.

Joseph and Margaret Kintz, natives of Pennsylvania, where they were married (parents of Lewis, born in 1818, and M. L., born in 1822, both natives of Pennsylvania, and now of Clinton Township), came here from Stark County, Ohio, in an early day, and here died . . .

1880.-William Kline, Peter Miller and Homy L. Best, trustees; William O. Dildine, clerk; Sylvester J. Kintz, treasurer; John C. Leidy, assessor:

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SENECA, CLINTON TOWNSHIP AND TIFFIN, OH HISTORY
LEWIS KINTZ, retired farmer, P. O. Tiffin, was born in Adams County, Perm., November 30, 1818, son of Joseph and Margaret Kintz, natives of Pennsylvania, where they were married. They moved to Stark County, Ohio, and from there to this county, and here died. Lewis Kintz, the subject of this memoir, was married in Pennsylvania June 22, 1840, to Elizabeth Kuhn, born in Pennsylvania in 1817, a daughter of George 'and Mary Kuhn, who remained in Pennsylvania until their deaths. Mr. and Mrs. Kintz came to Ohio in 1854, and have resided in this county ever since. They are the parents of ten children, eight now living: Sylvester J., Louisa M., wife of Simon Hains; Anna M., wife of Paul Gase; Henry; Agnes, wife of George Gase; Edward, George and Johanna. The deceased are Andrew and Lewis. Mr. Kintz owns fifty acres of fine land where he resides. He and his family are members of the Catholic Church.

M. L. KINTZ, P. O. Tiffin, was born in Adams County, Penn., in October, 1822, son of Joseph and Margaret Kintz, who were married in Pennsylvania and moved to Stark County, Ohio, where they remained for some years, then moved to this county where they remained until their death. The subject of this sketch was united in marriage October 11, 1818, with Margaret Harkins, born in New Jersey March 19, 1816, daughter of John and Bridget Harkins, natives of Ireland, who were married in Westmoreland County, Penn., thence moved to New Jersey, where they lived for a time, and then to Philadelphia, returning from there to Westmoreland County, where they resided until their deaths. Mr. and Mrs. Kintz carne to Stark County, Ohio, in 1846. and to this county in 1851. where they have resided ever since. They are the parents of five children: Mary A., John H., Charles E., William J. and Peter R. Mr. Kintz is a potter and miller by trade, but for the past eleven years has been engaged in farming. He owns thirty-six acres of land, where he and his family reside. He and his family are members of the Catholic Church.

THOMAS J. KINTZ (ex-county recorder of Seneca County) abstracts, Tiffin, was born in Canton, Stark Co., Ohio, February 14, 1844. His parents, George and Lucinda (Conaghan) Kintz, were natives of Ohio. His mother dying when our subject was an infant, he was placed under the guardianship of her brother, Joseph Conaghan, of Seneca Township, this county, and there he grew to manhood. His early life was unpropitious, being an in valid, and at fifteen he had little or no education. He, however, had a determination to excel, and we find him at twenty-one enrolled upon the. list of teachers of Seneca County. April 17, 1867, he accepted a clerkship in the recorder's office, and he continued in this capacity for eight years, although it must be admitted for a fair portion of that time he was the de facto official. In 1874, he was appointed de facto recorder to succeed Mr. De Witt, and in the following convention received the nomination and was elected to fill the office for each consecutive term till 1882, at which time he had nearly completed a set of abstract books of the county, showing the title to every piece of land or town lot. Said books were his individual property, and thus opened
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his new work, which has already become the place to look at and examine titles. His accuracy and efficiency justly deserves the confidence of the whole people of Seneca County. Mr. Kintz was married in Tiffin, February 15, 1872, to Miss Addie V. Weller, a lady of estimable attainments, daughter of the late Nelson Weller, formerly a prominent merchant and business roan of Prince Edward County, Ontario. He and his wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Mr. Kintz is an active business man and an enterprising citizen, and has a strong hold upon the good wishes of many of Seneca County's citizens. He is a member of the corporation of the Ohio Stove Works, of which he has held stock for several years. He has served his ward (Second) in the councils of the city.

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HISTORY OF SENECA COUNTY.
Joseph and ***Margaret Kintz, natives of Pennsylvania, where they were married (parents of Lewis, born in 1818, and M. L., born in 1822, both natives of Pennsylvania, and now of Clinton Township), came here from Stark County, Ohio, in an early day, and here died

http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Seneca/SenBClinton.htm
SENECA, CLINTON TOWNSHIP AND TIFFIN, OH HISTORY

LEWIS KINTZ, retired farmer, P. O. Tiffin, was born in Adams County, Perm., November 30, 1818, son of Joseph and Margaret Kintz, natives of Pennsylvania, where they were married. They moved to Stark County, Ohio, and from there to this county, and here died. Lewis Kintz, the subject of this memoir, was married in Pennsylvania June 22, 1840, to Elizabeth Kuhn, born in Pennsylvania in 1817, a daughter of George 'and Mary Kuhn, who remained in Pennsylvania until their deaths. Mr. and Mrs. Kintz came to Ohio in 1854, and have resided in this county ever since. They are the parents of ten children, eight now living: Sylvester J., Louisa M., wife of Simon Hains; Anna M., wife of Paul Gase; Henry; Agnes, wife of George Gase; Edward, George and Johanna. The deceased are Andrew and Lewis. Mr. Kintz owns fifty acres of fine land where he resides. He and his family are members of the Catholic Church.

M. L. KINTZ, P. O. Tiffin, was born in Adams County, Penn., in October, 1822, son of Joseph and Margaret Kintz, who were married in Pennsylvania and moved to Stark County, Ohio, where they remained for some years, then moved to this county where they remained until their death. The subject of this sketch was united in marriage October 111, 1818, with Margaret Harkins, born in New Jersey March 19, 1816, daughter of John and Bridget Harkins, natives of Ireland, who were married in Westmoreland County, Penn., thence moved to New Jersey, where they lived for a time, and then to Philadelphia, returning from there to Westmoreland County, where they resided until their deaths. Mr. and Mrs. Kintz carne to Stark County, Ohio, in 1846. and to this county in 1851. where they have resided ever since. They are the parents of five children: Mary A., John H., Charles E., William J. and Peter R. Mr. Kintz is a potter and miller by trade, but for the past eleven years has been engaged in farming. He owns thirty-six acres of land, where he and his family reside. He and his family are members of the Catholic Church.

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Summit County Chapter
of the Ohio Genealogical Society

SMITH
Frederick S. SMITH lived on Thornton St. in Akron b. 7/31/1856 d. 10/15/1938 married Alice KINTZ 7/8/1881 Catholic Religion buried in Holy Cross Cemetery. Children : Alfred, my grandfather; Lawrence b. 1889; Laura b. 1887; Robert b. 1892; Henry b. 1896; Fannie b. 1883. He was listed as a contractor by occupation Anyone having any connection to this family please contact me. I have information on his wife back but not him and will share what I have. [N0004]
Joan Longbrake email: jlongbrake@worldnet.att.net

Household Record 1880 United States Census
Andrew J. KINTZ Self W Male W 49 PA Carpenter PA PA
Frances KINTZ Dau S Female W 26 OH Keeping House PA OH
Alice KINTZ Dau S Female W 17 OH Dressmaker PA OH
Laura KINTZ Dau S Female W 15 OH PA OH
Charles KINTZ Son S Male W 13 OH At School PA OH
Peter KINTZ Son S Male W 11 OH At School PA OH
Andrew KINTZ Son S Male W 8 OH At School PA OH
Helena KINTZ Dau S Female W 6 OH PA OH

Source Information:
Census Place 2nd Ward, Canton, Stark, Ohio
Family History Library Film 1255067
NA Film Number T9-1067
Page Number 386A
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Summit County Chapter
of the Ohio Genealogical Society

SMITH
Frederick S. SMITH lived on Thornton St. in Akron b. 7/31/1856 d. 10/15/1938 married Alice KINTZ 7/8/1881 Catholic Religion buried in Holy Cross Cemetery. Children : Alfred, my grandfather; Lawrence b. 1889; Laura b. 1887; Robert b. 1892; Henry b. 1896; Fannie b. 1883. He was listed as a contractor by occupation Anyone having any connection to this family please contact me. I have information on his wife back but not him and will share what I have. [N0004]
Joan Longbrake email: jlongbrake@worldnet.att.net

Andrew J. KINTZ Self W Male W 49 PA Carpenter PA PA
Frances KINTZ Dau S Female W 26 OH Keeping House PA OH
Alice KINTZ Dau S Female W 17 OH Dressmaker PA OH
Laura KINTZ Dau S Female W 15 OH PA OH
Charles KINTZ Son S Male W 13 OH At School PA OH
Peter KINTZ Son S Male W 11 OH At School PA OH
Andrew KINTZ Son S Male W 8 OH At School PA OH
Helena KINTZ Dau S Female W 6 OH PA OH

Source Information:
Census Place 2nd Ward, Canton, Stark, Ohio
Family History Library Film 1255067
NA Film Number T9-1067
Page Number 386A
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Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1

1. Peter Joseph KINTZ was born 1869, and died 1927. He was the son of 2. Andrew J KINTZ and 3. Tillie SHORB. He married Caroline KING 4/12/1892 in Stark Co. Ohio, daughter of Peter Jacob KING and Rose KAUFHOLZ. She was born 3/15/1871, and died 6/29/1955.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2

2. Andrew J KINTZ was born 1849 in Stark Co, Ohio, and died 1916. He was the son of 4. Lewis KINTZ and 5. Elizabeth KUHN.
3. Tillie SHORB.

Child of Tillie SHORB and Andrew J KINTZ is:
1. i. Peter Joseph KINTZ was born 1869, and died 1927. He married Caroline KING 4/12/1892 in Stark Co. Ohio, daughter of Peter Jacob KING and Rose KAUFHOLZ. She was born 3/15/1871, and died 6/29/1955.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 3

4. Lewis KINTZ was born 11/30/1818 in Adams Co. PA, and died 7/21/1888 in Seneca Co, Ohio. He was the son of 8. Joseph KINTZ.
5. Elizabeth KUHN.

Child of Elizabeth KUHN and Lewis KINTZ is:
2. i. Andrew J KINTZ was born 1849 in Stark Co, Ohio, and died 1916. He married Tillie SHORB.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 4

8. Joseph KINTZ was born 7/26/1783 in Heidelberg, and died 9/8/1860. He was the son of 16. Joseph KINTZ and 17. Helen UNKNOWN.

Child of Joseph KINTZ is:
4. i. Lewis KINTZ was born 11/30/1818 in Adams Co. PA, and died 7/21/1888 in Seneca Co, Ohio. He married Elizabeth KUHN.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 5

16. Joseph KINTZ was born 1/15/1762 in Near Runzheim, Germany. He was the son of 32. Michael KINTZ.
17. Helen UNKNOWN.

Child of Helen UNKNOWN and Joseph KINTZ is:
8. i. Joseph KINTZ was born 7/26/1783 in Heidelberg, and died 9/8/1860.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 6

32. Michael KINTZ was born ABT 1720.
Child of Michael KINTZ is:
16. i. Joseph KINTZ was born 1/15/1762 in Near Runzheim, Germany. He married Helen UNKNOWN.




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