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Re: John Andrew Ebaugh?
Posted by: Norma Lundgren (ID *****9197) Date: March 02, 2005 at 10:57:58
In Reply to: Re: John Andrew Ebaugh? by michelle of 91

Since I replied "NO" to the question of John Ebaugh's being born in Ohio, I have done a bit more research. I found a George W. Ebaugh living in Montana in 1900, 1910, and so on. He was born in Ohio in 1860, his parents in Germany and PA or OH. I have also found a John Ebaugh (sometimes John A.) in Montana in 1900, 1910, and so on. On the 1900 census, the entry shows J.H. Ebaugh as divorced, having been married 4 years, born OH, parents born in Germany and PA. On the 1910 census, he is shown as parents born Germany and OH with wife Viola (who had 2 children born, 2 living), and a son Andrew C. age 19, born Montana. They were living on Main Street in Malta and had several boarders. On the 1920 Census, living on 6th Ave in Malta, parents born OH, OH; with the family I knew. 1930 census, living on High Street, parents Germany and OH, with the family I knew.
On the 1870 census of Washington, Appanoose, IA, is a John Ebaugh who was born in something like Hassen Germany. He has sons born in Ohio George W. and John A. who would be the right age.

Andrew C. is also on the census' with wife Lulie and son John A. This John A. had sons Boyd and Bruce, I understand. I don't know who was the "cousin" Lester or Buster or possibly Boyd that still lived in Malta when I lived there. That was more than 40 years ago and my memeory doesn't work like it has.

I also found some land entries for Lottie Ebaugh and Viola C. Ebaugh. These could be John's first two wives.

I hope this helps.

Norma


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