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Families with Perry County, OHIO Roots / Descendants of William Henry Lewis
Posted by: S Lewis (ID *****6724) Date: February 28, 2009 at 19:01:10
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Families with Perry County, OHIO Roots

Descendants of William Henry Lewis
Generation No. 1
1. WILLIAM HENRY1 LEWIS was born May 31, 1829 in Merthyr, Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales, and died November 06, 1889 in Coal Twp, Perry Co., OH. He married (1) ELIZABETH
THOMAS August 19, 1854 in Tallmadge, Summit Co., OH, daughter of JOHN THOMAS and RACHEL LEWIS. She was born April 25, 1834 in Pontnewynydd, Monmouthsire, Wales, and
died February 23, 1865 in Tallmadge, Summit Co., OH. He married (2) WINNEFRED H. MORGAN October 17, 1869 in Portage Co., OH, daughter of JOHN MORGAN and SARA DAVIS.
She was born Abt. 1840 in Portage Co., OH, and died July 17, 1893.
More About WILLIAM HENRY LEWIS:
Cause of Death: Dropsey of the heart
Census: 1850, Ohio, Summit Co., Tallmadge
Census2: 1860, Ohio, Summit Co., Tallmadge
Occupation: Coal Miner
Notes for ELIZABETH THOMAS:
Mother and Father of foreign birth, per 1870 census, Ohio, Summit Co., Tallmadge
After some conversation with Judy Davis, who so kindly helped me with some Summit County research, I believe that the Elizabeth Thomas who is the child of John and Rachel Lewis
Thomas is the same Elizabeth Thomas who married William Henry Lewis. This is strictly an ASSUMPTION and has not been proven yet.
More About ELIZABETH THOMAS:
Burial: Unknown, Tallmadge City Cemetery, Summit Co., OH
Census: 1860, Ohio, Summit Co., Tallmadge
Census2: 1870, Ohio, Summit Co., Tallmadge Twp.
Notes for WINNEFRED H. MORGAN:
Courtesy of Judy Davis <jak2@uakron.edu>
Winnefred's parents, John Morgan and Sarah Davis, were married 22 Jan 1834 in Portage Co. Winifred and William Lewis were married in Portage Co. 17 Oct 1869. Winifred is buried with
her parents and a brother who died as an infant in North Cemetery, Palmyra Twp., Portage Co. According to the marker inscriptions, John Morgan died Apr 1882 at age 83; "Sara" died 4
June 1872 at age 66 yrs 3 mos; "Winefred's" inscription reads 1840-1893. I also found a couple of write-ups in county histories about her father John and her brother John. The latter says
"Winnifred, married to William Lewis, died July 17, 1893, when fifty-three years old".
More About WINNEFRED H. MORGAN:
Burial: Unknown, North Cemetery, Palmyra, Portage Co., OH
Source: Cemetery inscriptions from North Cemetery, Palmyra, Portage Co., OH
Source2: Judy Davis <jak2@uakron.edu>
Source3: The Lawrence collection, Summit County Library
Children of WILLIAM LEWIS and ELIZABETH THOMAS are:
2. i. THOMAS HENRY2 LEWIS, b. April 05, 1862, Summit County, Tallmadge OH; d. February 23, 1928, Rosefarm OH.
ii. BENJAMIN LEWIS, b. Abt. 1857, Summit Co., OH; d. November 12, 1860, Tallmadge, Summit Co., OH.
Notes for BENJAMIN LEWIS:
The lot book records for the Tallmadge Cemetery indicate that Elizabeth Lewis along with a son named John (in grave 4), was buried in grave 5 of lot 213. They are identified as the wife & son of Wm. H.
Lewis. There is no marker still existing in the cemetery. Bronson does note that a 3 yr old child with the surname Lewis died November 12, 1860...this is very likely their son Benjamin who is listed in
the 1860 census.
More About BENJAMIN LEWIS:
Burial: Unknown, Tallmadge City Cemetery, Summit Co., OH
Census: 1860, Ohio, Summit Co., Tallmadge
iii. GEORGE LEWIS, b. Abt. 1859, Tallmadge, Summit Co., OH; d. Bef. 1870, Tallmadge, Summit Co., OH.
More About GEORGE LEWIS:
Census: 1860, Ohio, Summit Co., Tallmadge
iv. JOHN LEWIS, b. December 1864, Tallmadge, Summit Co., OH; d. May 12, 1865, Tallmadge, Summit Co., OH.
Notes for JOHN LEWIS:
Tallmadge City Cemetery Records list his age as 6 months and 2 days. John is buried with Elizabeth.
More About JOHN LEWIS:
Burial: Unknown, Tallmadge City Cemetery, Summit Co., OH
Children of WILLIAM LEWIS and WINNEFRED MORGAN are:
3. v. SARAH LETTIE2 LEWIS, b. April 01, 1871, Tallmadge, Summit Co, Ohio; d. Unknown.
vi. JENNIE LEWIS, b. December 23, 1878; d. November 04, 1886.
More About JENNIE LEWIS:
Cause of Death: Lung Fever



Generation No. 2
2. THOMAS HENRY2 LEWIS (WILLIAM HENRY1) was born April 05, 1862 in Summit County, Tallmadge OH, and died February 23, 1928 in Rosefarm OH.
He married JANE ANNE SIMPSON August 31, 1889, daughter of EDWARD SIMPSON and JENNETTE NORTH. She was born April 21, 1870 in Dipton England, and died May 18, 1933
in Rosefarm OH.
Notes for THOMAS HENRY LEWIS:
Thomas H. Lewis, son of William and Winifred Morgan Lewis was born April 5, 1862 at Tallmadge Ohio and died at his home in Rose Farm Ohio February 23, 1928. Aged 65 years, 10
months, 18 days.
He was married to Jane Simpson Aug 30, 1889. To this union, 8 children were born. Two children, Robert, aged 32 years, and an infant daughter, Mabel, preceded their father in death.
Those left to cherish his memory are his widow, five sons, Fred & Albert of Rose Farm, Edward & Harry of Chicago, Walter of the home, and one daughter, Mrs. Paul C. (Dorothy) Ebert,
of the home. One sister, Mrs. Sarah Papke (the only surviving member of his father's family) and seven grandchildren.
Mr. Lewis was especially fond of children and his grandchildren were a special delight to him.
Held in high regard and esteem in the community where he has so long resided, and being deliberate and broad minded, his judgment was always sought in the affairs of the community. For
many years he served as a member of the board of education and trustee for York Township.
A more faithful husband, a more loving father than Mr. Lewis could not be found. His home was a hallowed place where he, in his kind and gentle manner had sweet communion with his
loved ones.
Years ago, he became a member of the Rose Farm Church of Christ. He was elected a deacon and named chairman of the church board which office he held until his death. Always faithful in
every church obligation, he was found in the church whenever his health permitted.
The friendly greeting, the warm handclasp, and the many deeds of kindness will long be cherished by his family and friends.
Sunset and evening star,
And one clear call for me
And may there be no moaning attn-bar
When I put out to sea.
(Obituary written by Dorothy Lewis Ebert)
Letter to Edward from Thomas H. Lewis generously provided by Marilyn Lewis Shutak
November 28th, 1927
Dear Son,
It is with pleasure I answer your letter and glad to hear you are alright and to hear you have got plenty of work. The Boys are looking every place for work. Everything is bad. They cannot
get anything. Harry and is wife went to Zanesville Sunday to see 'bout work. I have not heard from them yet. I was sorry Harry could not work out there.
Fred was over and he told me to tell you he has not got that shirt pattern.
Everybody is getting out of Rosefarm. Dorothy and Paul are thinking of going up to Newark with Violet on Sunday to see if they can get work.
Peggy went away Saturday and I sure was glad. She is just the same old Peggy. She wanted to fuss all the time. We had a good fuss and she cried and threw up to me because she gave me
$5 a week. I did not ask her to pay me anything. But I took it just the same and I hope it will be a long time before she visits me again. I was sorry things was so unpleasant for you as they
were when you was at home. Hope she never will be here again when you are here.
Well I guess I will tell you about Fred got a 'coon and he weighed about 18 pounds. He sure was pretty. Peggy wanted it and he told her she could have his hide for 14 dollars. He is
holding it for her. She's looking to see what it will cost her to have it tanned.
We was all up to Fred's for Thanksgiving dinner. There were 30 for dinner and supper and we sure had a good time. Hope you got to go hunting and had a good time. The Boys went
hunting and Harry got 12. Tibby got 4 with a club. (This I am assuming refers to rabbits?) He says he cannot buy shells so he just clubs them to death and is making a cradle for Dona and it
sure is pretty. It will be a poor Christmas for everybody in the coal field. They are all talking and I do not write very good. But I guess you can read this so I will close with love from
Mother and Da. I was sorry about that letter. It was at the office for a week.
More About THOMAS HENRY LEWIS:
Burial: 1928, Deavertown United Methodist Church Cemetery
Census: 1910, Ohio, Morgan, York Twp & Deavertown, pg 8B
Census2: 1920, Ohio, Morgan Co., York Twp
Occupation: Railroad Engineer
Notes for JANE ANNE SIMPSON:
Jane Ann, the daughter of Edward and Jean North Simpson was born on April 22, 1870 in County Durham Dipton England.
At the age of eight she, with her parents, came to America to live. Here, August 31, 1889, she was married to Thomas Lewis. This union was blessed with eight children. Two children, an
infant daughter, Mabel, a son Robert, and her husband preceded her in death.
Five sons, Fred & Albert of Rose Farm, Edward of Chicago Illinois, Harry & Walter of the home, and her only daughter, Mrs. Paul C. (Dorothy) Ebert of the home, hold their mother in
loving memory. Three sisters, Mrs. Arch Allen & Mrs. Mary Plummer of Zanesville & Mrs. A. J. Flood of Rose Farm and two brothers, Edward Simpson of Rose Farm and Thomas
Simpson of Clinton Indiana together with 12 grandchildren survive her.
She was a member of the Starlight Chapter of Eastern Star. With her husband, she was a charter member of the Rose Farm Church of Christ. And was always faithful in her support and
attendance as long as her health permitted.
The Lewis home was a hospitable one. Always open to friends and strangers. Many were the acts of kindness bestowed upon those less fortunate by this unassuming and kindly woman.
Her devotion to her family was unlimited. This devotion was mutual, for six sons and a devoted daughter where always mindful of her pleasure and comfort.
Mrs. Lewis was all the word "Mother" implies. She had a gentle speech and a personal charm that suggested a good and noble woman.
Three words fall sweetly on my ear,
As music from an angel lyre,
That bid my spirit spurn control
And upward to its source aspire -
The sweetest sounds to mortals given:
Are heard in Mother, Home & Heaven
(Obituary written by Dorothy Lewis Ebert)
1910 Census records that Jane had given birth to 7 children but only six were living.
More About JANE ANNE SIMPSON:
Also Known As: Jennie
Burial: 1933, Deavertown United Methodist Church Cemetery
Census: 1880, Ohio, Perry Co., Pike Twp., Pg 153A
Census2: 1910, Ohio, Morgan, York Twp & Deavertown, pg 8B
Census3: 1920, Ohio, Morgan Co., York Twp
Immigration: June 1878, The Montana
Children of THOMAS LEWIS and JANE SIMPSON are:
4. i. ROBERT WILLIAM3 LEWIS, b. August 10, 1890; d. September 23, 1922, Rosefarm, Perry Co., OH.
5. ii. FREDERICK DONALD LEWIS, b. 1895, Rosefarm OH; d. 1950, Ohio.
6. iii. EDWARD HENRY LEWIS, b. 1897, Redfield OH; d. 1976, Rosefarm OH.
7. iv. ALBERT LEE LEWIS, b. March 02, 1899; d. April 14, 1965.
8. v. HARRY RAYMOND LEWIS, b. October 11, 1902; d. December 1963, Crooksville OH.
9. vi. DOROTHY MAE LEWIS, b. March 26, 1906, Deavertown OH; d. July 25, 1997, Rosefarm OH.
10. vii. WALTER OLIVER LEWIS, b. September 30, 1911; d. March 24, 1995, Crooksville OH.
viii. MABEL LEWIS, d. Unknown.
3. SARAH LETTIE2 LEWIS (WILLIAM HENRY1) was born April 01, 1871 in Tallmadge, Summit Co, Ohio, and died Unknown. She married HARRY JAMES
PAPCKE, son of CHARLES PAPCKE and EMMA HERSHBERGER. He was born Abt. 1873 in Ohio, and died Unknown.
Notes for SARAH LETTIE LEWIS:
1910 Census lists Harry J. Papcke at age 37, born in Ohio.
OH, Enumeration District #339, Visit #76 - He is listed with his wife, Sarah L. (39); daughter, Emma L. (6); son, Harold E. (3); and son, Clarence H. (NR).
More About SARAH LETTIE LEWIS:
Source: 1910, Ohio, Cuyahoga Co., Cleveland, ED 339 visit 0076
Source2: 1930, Ohio, Cuyahoga Co., Cleveland, ED 465
More About HARRY JAMES PAPCKE:
Occupation: 1930, Superintendent in Forging Plant
Source: 1910, Ohio, Cuyahoga Co., Cleveland, ED 339 visit 0076
Source2: 1930, Ohio, Cuyahoga Co., Cleveland, ED 465
Source3: 1880, Ohio, Cuyahoga Co., Cleveland, pg 331A
Children of SARAH LEWIS and HARRY PAPCKE are:
11. i. EMMET L.3 PAPCKE, b. January 29, 1904; d. July 1976.
12. ii. HAROLD EARL PAPCKE, b. February 09, 1907, Cuyahoga County, OH; d. December 04, 1996, Cuyahoga County, OH.
iii. CLARENCE H. PAPCKE, b. October 17, 1909; d. July 1981; m. DOROTHY BEVARD, Private; b. Private.
More About CLARENCE H. PAPCKE:
Residence: 1981, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH
Source: 1910, Ohio, Cuyahoga Co., Cleveland, ED 339 visit 0076
Source2: 1930, Ohio, Cuyahoga Co., Cleveland, ED 465
13. iv. FRANK PAPCKE, b. Private.



Generation No. 3
4. ROBERT WILLIAM3 LEWIS (THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born August 10, 1890, and died September 23, 1922 in Rosefarm, Perry Co., OH.
He married LENORE SOHRENSSEN 1917, daughter of JOHN SOHRENSSEN and SARAH FLEMING. She was born August 02, 1900 in Perry Co, Monroe Twp, Corning OH, and died
December 29, 1971 in Zanesville OH.
Notes for ROBERT WILLIAM LEWIS:
From Perry County Scrapbook, 10/5/1922
BURIAL OF ROBERT LEWIS
The funeral of Robert Lewis, an ex-soldier of the 108th ammunition train, who died at Rose Farm Thurssday, of nephritis, was held Sunday afternoon at Deavertown. Burial was made in the
Deavertown Cemetery.
Death Cert #3964/49542
Copy of Letter written to Jane Simpson Lewis by her son, Private Robert W. Lewis; copy of letter generously provided by Marilyn Lewis Shutak, daughter of Edward Lewis.
Pvt Robert W. Lewis
Co A 308 Ann Tn
(Via New York)
Somewhere in France
Sept 27th
My dear mother,
I received your letter and was sure glad to get it for I was feeling pretty blue but now that is all changed. I never felt better in my life. We have some hard times and get into some tight
places, but altogether it is not so bad. You spoke of Eddie going to camp (boot camp). Don't let that worry you for the war is going to end before you think it is. By the time you get this,
you will read in the papers about what the Americans are doing, so hope for the best. I got a picture of Marjorie; she sure is a dandy kid. She soon will be calling you grandma won't she? I
bet Banjo (Frederick) has got some boy by this time. His uncle Bob will be home and don't you forget that. Give my love to all and tell old G Spicer that we are going to get the Kaisers
scalps!
Your loving son
Robert
XXXXX
PS tell Dorothy I will write as soon as I can.
Copy of Letter written to Edward Lewis by his brother, Private Robert W. Lewis; copy of letter generously provided by Marilyn Lewis Shutakk, daughter of Edward Lewis.
Pvt Robert Lewis
Co A 308 Ann Tm
American E. F.
(Via New York)
Somewhere in France
Sept 28th
Hello Ed,
I received your letter along with the rest but am looking for more. We either get no mail or we get a whole bunch at one time. We are having pretty chilly weather over here now but that
makes no difference to the Americans. The French think they are the best ever. When I wrote yesterday, the Hun shells were squealing over my head and hitting in a French village behind us
but the boys made a big advance and now we can hardly hear the guns. We really don't know as much about what is going on as you do except on this one front, but if there is as much
activity on the other fronts as there is on this one the Kaiser is about finished (I would say).
You said you expected I would know ________________ your new _____________was. I would have known but I opened your letter first. Tell Cliff that I am waiting for an answer to that
letter I wrote him. All the boys are hunting souvenirs and I expect I will look for a few myself when I get time. Tibby will get sore at Cliff for grabbing off Gladys, Cliffton won't he? Ha Ha
I am sending Tib a little note.
Notes from Helen Lewis Barshay regarding above letter to Ed (her father) from Robert:
Tib (sometimes Tibby) was the nickname for Albert for much of his life. or all of it. We children of Ed were told to call him Uncle Tib.
Before the hostilities ended for that war, Robert was among those who were gassed by the Germans, and he died of those effects after returning home from the war.
My father, Edward, was also in the army during that war. He was stationed at a hospital in this country, caring for patients afflicted by the Great flu epidemic, the worst in the 20 th century.
The Cliff mentioned in Robert's letter is my mother's older brother, Cliff, who was a great friend of my father (and apparently of his brothers).
More About ROBERT WILLIAM LEWIS:
Burial: Unknown, Deavertown Church Cemetary, Deavertown OH
Military service: Private 1CL, 55 Div, PVT 10J, 303 AMM Train, 83 DIV
More About LENORE SOHRENSSEN:
Burial: Unknown, Iliff Cemetary, Perry Co, Ohio
Census: 1910, Age 9
Social Security Number: 301-20-7825
Children of ROBERT LEWIS and LENORE SOHRENSSEN are:
14. i. MARJORIE MAY4 LEWIS, b. February 15, 1918, Sayre, Perry Co., Ohio; d. November 30, 1989.
15. ii. THOMAS RAY LEWIS, b. February 14, 1920, Rosefarm OH; d. January 12, 1982, Crooksville, Perry Co, OH.
5. FREDERICK DONALD3 LEWIS (THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born 1895 in Rosefarm OH, and died 1950 in Ohio. He married MARY JANE
SOHRENSSEN February 05, 1916 in Morgan Co, Ohio, daughter of JOHN SOHRENSSEN and SARAH FLEMING. She was born July 22, 1897 in Ohio, and died November 03, 1957 in
Cleveland Ohio.
Notes for FREDERICK DONALD LEWIS:
Fred's middle name came from Dorothy Lewis Ebert through Carl Riffle.
More About FREDERICK DONALD LEWIS:
Burial: Unknown, Deavertown Church Cemetary, Deavertown OH
Census: 1910, Ohio, Morgan, York Twp & Deavertown, pg 8B
Occupation: Coal Miner
More About MARY JANE SOHRENSSEN:
Burial: Unknown, Deavertown Church Cemetary, Deavertown OH
Census: 1900, Ohio, Perry Co., Monroe Twp.
Census2: 1910, Age 12
Marriage Notes for FREDERICK LEWIS and MARY SOHRENSSEN:
Morgan Co. Court House
Children of FREDERICK LEWIS and MARY SOHRENSSEN are:
16. i. ROBERT DONALD4 LEWIS, b. January 08, 1917, Rosefarm OH; d. January 09, 2001, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio.
17. ii. JEAN ELIZABETH LEWIS, b. Private.
18. iii. CARL EDWARD LEWIS, b. January 20, 1920, Harrison Twp, Crooksville, Perry Co, Ohio; d. April 13, 1951.
19. iv. JAMES MAYNARD LEWIS, b. Private.
20. v. DONA MARIE LEWIS, b. February 12, 1925, Harrison Twp, Crooksville, Perry Co, Ohio; d. November 2001, Cleveland OH.
21. vi. RONALD ALLEN LEWIS, b. May 16, 1929, Rosefarm OH; d. October 01, 1981, Zanesville OH.
6. EDWARD HENRY3 LEWIS (THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born 1897 in Redfield OH, and died 1976 in Rosefarm OH. He married ELSIE M.
WHARF December 25, 1927 in Rosefarm OH, daughter of CHARLES WHARF and EMILY KYLE. She was born Abt. 1900 in Rosefarm OH, and died 1973 in Rosefarm OH.
More About EDWARD HENRY LEWIS:
Burial: 1976, Deavertown United Methodist Church Cemetery
Census: 1910, Ohio, Morgan, York Twp & Deavertown, pg 8B
Hobbies: Worked leather, copper, silver, etc. Was very creative.
Invention: Aft. 1938, Invented the Dimmer Switch for car headlights with brother Harry. Received Patent from US patent office. Invention was used by GM (stolen) and no recompensation
was given to Ed & Harry
Residence: Bet. 1927 - 1938, Lived in Chicago IL
More About ELSIE M. WHARF:
Burial: 1973, Deavertown United Methodist Church Cemetery
Education: 2 years of Nursing School before marriage
Residence: Bet. 1927 - 1938, Lived in Chicago IL
Children of EDWARD LEWIS and ELSIE WHARF are:
22. i. HELEN MARIE4 LEWIS, b. Private.
ii. EDWARD F. LEWIS, b. Private; m. ROSEMARY UNKNOWN, Private; b. Private.
23. iii. MARILYN SUE LEWIS, b. Private.
7. ALBERT LEE3 LEWIS (THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born March 02, 1899, and died April 14, 1965. He married MYRTLE ROBINSON Private. She was
born Private.
More About ALBERT LEE LEWIS:
Census: 1910, Ohio, Morgan, York Twp & Deavertown, pg 8B
Children of ALBERT LEWIS and MYRTLE ROBINSON are:
i. DOTTIE4 LEWIS, b. Private.
ii. JOSEPHINE LEWIS, b. Private; m. DANIEL YODER, Private; b. Private.
24. iii. RACHEL LEWIS, b. Private.
8. HARRY RAYMOND3 LEWIS (THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born October 11, 1902, and died December 1963 in Crooksville OH. He married
ELIZABETH ADAMS. She was born October 04, 1907 in Bearfield Township OH, and died November 12, 1995 in Crooksville OH.
More About HARRY RAYMOND LEWIS:
Census: 1910, Ohio, Morgan, York Twp & Deavertown, pg 8B
Invention: Aft. 1938, Invented the Dimmer Switch for car headlights with brother Harry. Received Patent from US patent office. Invention was used by GM (stolen) and no recompensation
was given to Ed & Harry
Social Security Number: 277-01-0861
More About ELIZABETH ADAMS:
Burial: 1995
Children of HARRY LEWIS and ELIZABETH ADAMS are:
25. i. SARA JANE4 LEWIS, b. Private.
ii. THOMAS H LEWIS, b. Private.
iii. DAVID LEE LEWIS, b. Private.
26. iv. CECELIA ANN LEWIS, b. Private.
9. DOROTHY MAE3 LEWIS (THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born March 26, 1906 in Deavertown OH, and died July 25, 1997 in Rosefarm OH.
She married PAUL EBERT. He was born October 15, 1904 in McLuny OH, and died April 01, 1988 in Zanesville, OH.
More About DOROTHY MAE LEWIS:
Census: 1910, Ohio, Morgan, York Twp & Deavertown, pg 8B
Child of DOROTHY LEWIS and PAUL EBERT is:
i. JEAN4 EBERT, b. Private; m. MERLE DALRYMPLE, Private; b. Private.
10. WALTER OLIVER3 LEWIS (THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born September 30, 1911, and died March 24, 1995 in Crooksville OH. He married
(1) BETTY FITZPATRICK Private. She was born Private. He married (2) EDITH M. WHITE April 01, 1937, daughter of CHARLES WHITE and ADDA OGBORN. She was born July 08, 1910
in Sayre, Ohio, and died June 17, 1990.
More About WALTER OLIVER LEWIS:
Social Security Number: 270-03-1310
Child of WALTER LEWIS and EDITH WHITE is:
i. WALTER O. JR.4 LEWIS, b. Private.
11. EMMET L.3 PAPCKE (SARAH LETTIE2 LEWIS, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born January 29, 1904, and died July 1976. He married WILMA. She was born April 22,
1909, and died May 1984.
Notes for EMMET L. PAPCKE:
1910 census lists emette as emma
More About EMMET L. PAPCKE:
Residence: 1976, Trumbull Co., OH
Source: 1910, Ohio, Cuyahoga Co., Cleveland, ED 339 visit 0076
Source2: 1930, Ohio, Cuyahoga Co., Cleveland, ED 465
More About WILMA:
Residence: 1984, Erie Co., OH
Children of EMMET PAPCKE and WILMA are:
i. LOIS4 PAPCKE, b. Private.
ii. MARJORIE PAPCKE, b. Private.
iii. JOHN PAPCKE, b. Private.
12. HAROLD EARL3 PAPCKE (SARAH LETTIE2 LEWIS, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born February 09, 1907 in Cuyahoga County, OH, and died December 04, 1996
in Cuyahoga County, OH. He married ELEANOR MAY AUFMUTH in Eloped to New York to get married. She was born May 17, 1914, and died April 1966 in Cuyahoga
County, OH.
More About HAROLD EARL PAPCKE:
Occupation: NYC Railroad worker - diesel inspector
Occupation2: 1930, Designer in Tool Foundry
Source: 1910, Ohio, Cuyahoga Co., Cleveland, ED 339 visit 0076
Source2: 1930, Ohio, Cuyahoga Co., Cleveland, ED 465
More About ELEANOR MAY AUFMUTH:
Cause of Death: gunshot wound to the head
Medical Information: suicide
Occupation: Ellocution/Actress/Classical Musician
Children of HAROLD PAPCKE and ELEANOR AUFMUTH are:
27. i. SALI LYNE4 PAPCKE, b. Private.
28. ii. DAVID PAPCKE, b. Private.
13. FRANK3 PAPCKE (SARAH LETTIE2 LEWIS, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. He married GERRI Private. She was born Private.
Child of FRANK PAPCKE and GERRI is:
i. BOY4 PAPCKE, b. Private.
Generation No. 4
14. MARJORIE MAY4 LEWIS (ROBERT WILLIAM3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born February 15, 1918 in Sayre, Perry Co., Ohio, and died
November 30, 1989. She married EDWIN RIFFLE November 01, 1933 in McLuney, Perry Co., Ohio, son of ALONZO RIFFLE and NORA BELCHER. He was born July 07, 1912
in McArthur, Vinton Co., Ohio, and died August 21, 1979 in St. Vincents Hospital, Toledo, Ohio.
More About MARJORIE MAY LEWIS:
Burial: Unknown, Iliff Cemetary, Perry Co, Ohio
Social Security Number: 300-09-3193
Notes for EDWIN RIFFLE:
Edwin F. Riffle of Lambertville, Michigan, died at 1:20pm Tuesday in St. Vincent's Hospital at Toledo following a short illness. Son of Alonzo and Nora Belcher Riffle, lived in
Crooksville and moved to Michigan in the 1950's. He was a retired employee of the American Motors Corp. (AMC) in Toledo and was a member of the Deland Weslyan Church in
Temperance, Michigan (Times Recorder Obit)
More About EDWIN RIFFLE:
Burial: Unknown, Iliff Cemetary, Perry Co, Ohio
Social Security Number: 300-09-3193
Children of MARJORIE LEWIS and EDWIN RIFFLE are:
i. PAUL MICHAEL5 RIFFLE, b. Private.
ii. ROBERT THOMPSON RIFFLE, b. Private.
iii. LINDA LOU RIFFLE, b. Private; m. EUGENE GRADY, Private; b. Private.
iv. MYRNA SUE RIFFLE, b. Private; m. GERALD MONTRI, Private; b. Private.
v. CARL M. RIFFLE, b. Private.
vi. EDWIN F. RIFFLE, JR., b. Private.
15. THOMAS RAY4 LEWIS (ROBERT WILLIAM3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born February 14, 1920 in Rosefarm OH, and died January 12, 1982
in Crooksville, Perry Co, OH. He married BERNICE JOHNSON Private, daughter of BILL WELLER. She was born Private.
Notes for THOMAS RAY LEWIS:
Thomas Ray Lewis of Crooksville Rt 2, died at 12:30 am Thursday at his home following a two year illness. He was a 27 year employee of Armco Steel Corp. at Zanesville, retiring in
1980 due to ill health. An Army Veteran of WW2, he was a member of Armco Veteran's Club and Maple Avenue Christian Church in Crooksville, where he served as a lifetime deacon.
More About THOMAS RAY LEWIS:
Burial: Unknown, Iliff Cemetary, Perry Co, Ohio
Employer: Armco Steel
Military service: WW2 Veteran
Children of THOMAS LEWIS and BERNICE JOHNSON are:
i. ROBERT WILLIAM5 LEWIS, b. Private; m. TERRIE KAY STEELE, Private; b. Private.
ii. THOMAS RANDALL LEWIS, b. July 31, 1949, Zanesville OH; d. February 11, 2002, Florida; m. (1) RUTH ELLEN JEFFERS, Private; b. Private; m. (2) ELAINE ANN EVELAND, Private; b. Private.
Notes for THOMAS RANDALL LEWIS:
Thomas Randall Lewis of 2926 Twp Rd NE, Crooksville, died Monday evening in Florida after a sudden illness. He was a disabled employee of Halliburton Corp (Times Recorder Obit)
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16. ROBERT DONALD4 LEWIS (FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born January 08, 1917 in Rosefarm OH, and died January 09,
2001 in Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio. He married MARTHA F. CONAWAY Private. She was born Private.
Notes for ROBERT DONALD LEWIS:
Robert lewis retired from Armco Steel as safety director in 1981, after nearly 41 years of service. He was a veteran of the US Army serving 1943 to 1946 and a member of the Grace United
Methodist Church, where he retired as head usher after 40 years of service. He was also a member of the Masonic Lodge Peerless 591 of Crooksville, Anient Accepted Scottish Rite Valley of
Cambridge, Aladdin Temple of Columbus, Zanesville Scottish Rite and a past member of Zavi Shrine of Zanesville. He was past president of Muskingum County Safety Council, enjoyed
traveling with his family and had many trophies from his golfing days. (Times Recorder Obit)
More About ROBERT DONALD LEWIS:
Burial: January 13, 2001, Iliff Cemetery, Crooksville OH
Employment: Bet. 1940 - 1981, Armco Steel, Zanesville OH
Military service: Bet. 1943 - 1946, Army (Tank)
Residence: 1222 Pfiefer Dr, Zanesville OH
Children of ROBERT LEWIS and MARTHA CONAWAY are:
i. GARY5 LEWIS, b. Private.
ii. DONALD RAY LEWIS, b. Private.
17. JEAN ELIZABETH4 LEWIS (FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. She married PAUL GOLD Private, son of PETER GOLD and
MARTHA JELENIC. He was born Private.
Children of JEAN LEWIS and PAUL GOLD are:
29. i. CARL EDWARD5 GOLD, b. Private.
ii. PAUL MICHAEL GOLD, b. Private; m. KIMBERLY MACBAYER, Private; b. Private.
18. CARL EDWARD4 LEWIS (FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born January 20, 1920 in Harrison Twp, Crooksville, Perry Co,
Ohio, and died April 13, 1951. He married HALLIE MAE DEMPSTER Private. She was born Private.
Notes for CARL EDWARD LEWIS:
Once more with tragic suddenness, death has laid its heavy hand upon a young man of our community. With terrible swiftness, his death brought a feeling of deep sorrow and depression to
our small village.
Carl Edward Lewis was the son of Mary and Fred Lewis, born at Rose Farm on January 29, 1920. On September 7, 1944 he was united in marriage to Miss Hallie Mae Dempster and to this
union three children were born: Mary, eight, Carla, seven, and his small son, Fred, only five.
He leaves to mourn his untimely passing, his wife and three children. His mother, Mrs. Mary Lewis of Cleveland, three brothers, Robert of Crooksville, Route 2, Maynard and Ronald of
Cleveland, and two sisters, Mrs. Paul (Jean) Gold and Mrs. Francis (Dona) Liddy, also of Cleveland and his aged maternal grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Sohrennsen.
His father preceded him in death only a few months ago.
Carl was born and reared in this small community peopled with his relatives and friends. He settled to rear his own family among the environments that he loved most. Bidding farewell to
his family, he hurried off to meet the tasks of his work-a-day life - that of providing for his family.
He literally died in the line of duty. Pausing as he did in his days occupation to find his way . . . . .to chart his course . . . .to find which way to go in the pursuit of labor. A bit of irony
marked his fate. It decreed the earthly course of this young man should terminate and, without highway map or hesitation, he went out to join the "Innumerable Caravan" from which no
traveler ever returns. It was not without direction he moved on to eternal realms, charted and planned by the Great Designer. He is not dead, he is just away, living always in the hearts he
loved.
By his patriotism and personal sacrifice, he gave his service to his country for three long years. To try to bring an unwilling world to the consideration of peace. His service record is most
admirable. He received the "Unit Citation for bravery above and beyond the Call of Duty," the European-African Middle Eastern Service medal and the Good Conduct Medal. Carl was very
modest about his Service Record, but it will glow with luster for his children. A brave soldier, a good son, a loving husband and father - his record closed.
Let fate do her worst . .
There are relics of joy,
Bright dreams of the past,
Which she cannot destroy.
They come in the night
Times of sorrow and care.
And bring back the features
That joy used to wear.
Long, long may my heart
With memories be filled;
Like the vase in which roses
Have once been distilled -
You make break, you may shatter
The vase if you will
But the scent of the roses
Will hang 'round it still.
(Obituary by Dorothy Lewis Ebert)
From Helen Lewis Barshey:
. . . it was about 1939, or perhaps 1940. Carl & Hallie Mae were probably not yet married, because I can remember when Carl was in the army that Ronald (Bobby's dad), my brother and I
followed the 2 of them (Carl & Hallie Mae) into the woods and watched them kissing & kissing. They knew we were there, and I guess we were curious.
(Tricia) May I use that memory in the family file? I find Carl to be an interesting person and Hallie had to have been very strong. Carl is one of bobby's favorite uncles and he didn't even
get the chance to meet him. He listened to his dad and uncle's Bob and Maynard talk about Carl.
Last time Maynard had surgery here, Maynard was giving a play-by-play of a small fist fight between Fred and Carl. Fred made Carl wrap his hands and he kept saying . ."come on boy . .
don't be afraid of the fist" "come on, hit me one good time" and Carl walloped him too! lol Maynard's face was priceless as he told the story. Maynard said "I thought for sure that Carl was
in for it, but dad just wiped the blood away and said 'I asked for that'" :)
(Helen) Yes, you may use it in the family file. Carl was so loved by all of us. He was so strong and impressive. And handsome, too. And virile, and all of that.
Helen
European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal
Establishing Authority
The European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal was established by Executive Order 9265 signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on November 6, 1942, and implemented by
War Department Bulletin 56 (1942) and Navy Department General Orders Number 253 (1942).
Effective Dates
The European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal was awarded for qualifying service between December 7, 1941, and March 2, 1946.
Criteria
The European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal was awarded for for qualifying service within the European-African-Middle Eastern Theater of Operations between December 7, 1941,
and March 2, 1946, under any of the following conditions:
-- On permanent assignment within the European-African-Middle Eastern Theater; or,
-- For service in a passenger status or on temporary duty status for 30 consecutive days or 60 non-consecutive days; or,
-- For service in active combat in the European-African-Middle Eastern Theater of Operations against the enemy and awarded a combat decoration or furnished a certificate by the
commanding general of a corps, higher unit, or independent force that the individual actually participated in combat.
Order of Precedence
The European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal was worn after the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal and before the World War II Victory Medal.
Devices
A. Bronze service stars: Bronze service stars were awarded by all services for participation in designated campaigns.
B. Bronze arrowhead: A bronze arrowhead device was awarded for participation in designated Army amphibious and airborne combat assaults (Note: only one bronze arrowhead could be
worn on the ribbon).
Designer
The obverse of the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal was designed by Thomas Hudson Jones (1892-1969). The reverse was designed by Adolph A. Weinman (1870-1952).
First Recipient
The first recipient of the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal was General Dwight D. Eisenhower, who was presented his medal on July 24, 1947.
Description and Symbolism
Obverse: In the center of a bronze medallion one and a quarter inches in diameter, an LST landing craft is shown with troops landing under fire, with an airplane in the background below the
words EUROPEAN-AFRICAN-MIDDLE EASTERN CAMPAIGN (in three lines).
This scene represents the major invasions of Africa and Europe during the Second World War and portrays elements of the Army, Navy, and Air Corps. The words describe the Theater of
operations.
Reverse: In the center of a bronze medallion one and a quarter inches in diameter, an American bald eagle is shown perched on a rock. To the eagle's left, the dates 1941-1945 (in two lines);
to the eagle's right, the words UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (in three lines).
The bald eagle is the national symbol and thereby represents the American people. It is perched on a solid rock which represents the firmness of resolve and strength of America in
prosecuting the war, as indicated by the dates.
Ribbon: The ribbon to the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal has a broad center stripe of green that is bisected by blue, white and red pinstripes. The green is edged on the
right by slightly wider pinstripes of green, white and red (green being the outmost color); to the left, the center stripe of green is edged by slightly wider pinstripes of white, black, and
white. The outer edges of the ribbon are edged in brown.
The Secretary of War directed that ribbons for the area campaign medals were to employ separate colors to denote the theaters they represented. The theater color was to predominate in each
ribbon and the common relationship among all of them was to be achieved by using colored stripes put in the same place on each of the ribbons. The central stripe of green (bisected by the
blue, white and red pinstripes taken from the American Defense Service Medal) alludes to the vegetation of Europe. The brown edge stripes represent North Africa. The green, white and red
pinstripes inside the right edge are the colors of Italy and the white, black and white pinstripes inside the left edge represent Germany, thus representing both of the Axis powers in Europe.
More About CARL EDWARD LEWIS:
Cause of Death: Trucking accident
Military service: Served as tank commander in WW2
Children of CARL LEWIS and HALLIE DEMPSTER are:
i. MARY5 LEWIS, b. Private.
30. ii. CARLA LEWIS, b. Private.
iii. FREDERICK LEWIS, b. Private.
19. JAMES MAYNARD4 LEWIS (FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. He married MARY MARCELLA KELLENBARGER Private,
daughter of JOHN KELLENBARGER and AGNES METZGER. She was born June 25, 1922 in Breman OH, and died November 02, 2000 in Deaconess Hospital, Evansville IN.
Notes for MARY MARCELLA KELLENBARGER:
Mary Lewis was a devoted wife, mother & grandmother. She was a lifetime member of the Church of Atonement Catholic Church in Crooksville. (Times Recorder Obit)
More About MARY MARCELLA KELLENBARGER:
Burial: Unknown, Maplewood Cemetery, New Lexington, OH
Child of JAMES LEWIS and MARY KELLENBARGER is:
31. i. MARCIA5 LEWIS, b. Private.
20. DONA MARIE4 LEWIS (FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born February 12, 1925 in Harrison Twp, Crooksville, Perry Co,
Ohio, and died November 2001 in Cleveland OH. She married FRANCIS LIDDY Private, son of MARY. He was born Private.
More About DONA MARIE LEWIS:
Residence: Euclid, Cleveland OH
Children of DONA LEWIS and FRANCIS LIDDY are:
32. i. TOMMY5 LIDDY, b. Private.
33. ii. PAM LIDDY, b. Private.
21. RONALD ALLEN4 LEWIS (FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born May 16, 1929 in Rosefarm OH, and died October 01, 1981 in
Zanesville OH. He married RUTH HULL Private, daughter of HIRAM HULL and MIRIAM HARTRANFT. She was born Private.
Notes for RONALD ALLEN LEWIS:
Ronald Lewis worked for TRW of Cleveland and retired in 1973. He was a member of the First Christian Church (Times Recorder Obit)
More About RONALD ALLEN LEWIS:
Burial: Unknown, Iliff Cemetary, Perry Co, Ohio
Social Security Number: 298-24-0762
Children of RONALD LEWIS and RUTH HULL are:
34. i. LINDA SUE5 LEWIS, b. Private.
35. ii. RONALD ALLEN LEWIS, b. Private.
36. iii. ROBERT DONALD LEWIS, b. Private.
22. HELEN MARIE4 LEWIS (EDWARD HENRY3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. She married DONALD B. BARSHAY Private. He was born Private.
Child of HELEN LEWIS and DONALD BARSHAY is:
37. i. DAVID PHILIP5 BARSHAY, b. Private.
23. MARILYN SUE4 LEWIS (EDWARD HENRY3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. She married (1) MICHAEL SHATUCK Private. He was born Private. She
married (2) KENNETH O'HARA Private. He was born Private.
Child of MARILYN LEWIS and KENNETH O'HARA is:
i. KENNETH LEWIS5 O'HARA, b. Private.
24. RACHEL4 LEWIS (ALBERT LEE3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. She married (1) UNKNOWN WALTERS Private. He was born Private. She married
(2) CLIFF PORTER Private. He was born Private.
Child of RACHEL LEWIS and UNKNOWN WALTERS is:
i. RODNEY5 WALTERS, b. Private.
Children of RACHEL LEWIS and CLIFF PORTER are:
ii. JODI5 PORTER, b. Private; m. UNKNOWN WISEMAN, Private; b. Private.
iii. LOTTIE PORTER, b. Private; m. (1) UNKNOWN ZOLLINGER, Private; b. Private; m. (2) UNKNOWN SINES, Private; b. Private.
25. SARA JANE4 LEWIS (HARRY RAYMOND3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. She married UNKNOWN BALL Private. He was born Private.
Children of SARA LEWIS and UNKNOWN BALL are:
i. WENDY5 BALL, b. Private.
ii. SAUNDRA BALL, b. Private.
iii. CHRISTY BALL, b. Private.
26. CECELIA ANN4 LEWIS (HARRY RAYMOND3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. She married PETER NEWLON Private. He was born Private.
Children of CECELIA LEWIS and PETER NEWLON are:
i. UNKNOWN5 NEWLON, b. Private.
ii. UNKNOWN NEWLON, b. Private.
27. SALI LYNE4 PAPCKE (HAROLD EARL3, SARAH LETTIE2 LEWIS, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. She married NICHOLAS CORNEL DRAMBAREAN Private. He was born
Private.
Children of SALI PAPCKE and NICHOLAS DRAMBAREAN are:
i. DEVIN CORNEL5 DRAMBAREAN, b. Private.
ii. DARLA ELYSE DRAMBAREAN, b. Private.
28. DAVID4 PAPCKE (HAROLD EARL3, SARAH LETTIE2 LEWIS, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private.
Child of DAVID PAPCKE is:
i. MINDY5 PAPCKE, b. Private.
Generation No. 5
29. CARL EDWARD5 GOLD (JEAN ELIZABETH4 LEWIS, FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. He married (1) DELORIS TROZZI
Private, daughter of VICTOR TROZZI. She was born Private. He married (2) INGRID FASSBENDER Private. She was born Private.
Child of CARL GOLD and INGRID FASSBENDER is:
i. CARL RYAN6 GOLD, b. Private.
30. CARLA5 LEWIS (CARL EDWARD4, FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. She married (1) JERRY THOMAS Private. He was born
Private. She married (2) JOSEPH FLINNER Private. He was born Private.
Child of CARLA LEWIS and JERRY THOMAS is:
i. JERRY6THOMAS, b. Private.

31. MARCIA5 LEWIS (JAMES MAYNARD4, FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. She married KENNETH SCHOEPPNER Private, son of
ALFRED SCHOEPPNER. He was born Private.
Children of MARCIA LEWIS and KENNETH SCHOEPPNER are:
i. WENDY6 SCHOEPPNER, b. Private.
ii. BONNIE SCHOEPPNER, b. Private; m. ANDREW TENBARGE, Private; b. Private.
iii. AMY SCHOEPPNER, b. Private.
32. TOMMY5 LIDDY (DONA MARIE4 LEWIS, FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. He married KAREN Private. She was born Private.
Child of TOMMY LIDDY and KAREN is:
i. ANDREW6 LIDDY, b. Private.
33. PAM5 LIDDY (DONA MARIE4 LEWIS, FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. She married JIM PERILSTEIN Private. He was born
Private.
Children of PAM LIDDY and JIM PERILSTEIN are:
i. CANDICE6 PERILSTEIN, b. Private.
ii. DAVID PERILSTEIN, b. Private.
34. LINDA SUE5 LEWIS (RONALD ALLEN4, FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. She married CHARLES DAVID FORAKER Private.
He was born Private.
Children of LINDA LEWIS and CHARLES FORAKER are:
38. i. JENNIFER6 FORAKER, b. Private.
ii. PATRICK FORAKER, b. Private.
iii. JOSHUA ALLEN FORAKER, b. July 08, 1987; d. July 08, 1987.
More About JOSHUA ALLEN FORAKER:
Burial: Unknown, St Paul Cemetery
Cause of Death: Stillborn
39. iv. MELISSA FORAKER, b. Private.
35. RONALD ALLEN5 LEWIS (RONALD ALLEN4, FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. He married MARSHA KAY MELROSE Private.
She was born Private.
Children of RONALD LEWIS and MARSHA MELROSE are:
40. i. EDWARD ALLEN6 LEWIS, b. Private.
ii. JESSIE MARIE LEWIS, b. Private.
36. ROBERT DONALD5 LEWIS (RONALD ALLEN4, FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. He married PATRICIA LYNN SHUMATE
Private, daughter of CLARENCE SHUMATE and BARBARA MCGLAUGHLIN. She was born Private.
Child of ROBERT LEWIS and PATRICIA SHUMATE is:
i. SPENCER TREVYN6 LEWIS, b. Private.
37. DAVID PHILIP5 BARSHAY (HELEN MARIE4 LEWIS, EDWARD HENRY3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. He married IRINA P. UNKNOWN Private. She
was born Private.
Child of DAVID BARSHAY and IRINA UNKNOWN is:
i. MATTHEW LOWELL6 BARSHAY, b. May 17, 1979; d. October 25, 1994.
Generation No. 6
38. JENNIFER6 FORAKER (LINDA SUE5 LEWIS, RONALD ALLEN4, FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. She married UNKNOWN
PAYNTER Private. He was born Private.
Child of JENNIFER FORAKER and UNKNOWN PAYNTER is:
i. NATHANIEL ALLEN7 PAYNTER, b. Private.
39. MELISSA6 FORAKER (LINDA SUE5 LEWIS, RONALD ALLEN4, FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. She married (1) TODD
GRUBBS Private, son of DUANE GRUBBS and LUCI SHUMATE. He was born Private. She married (2) MIKE LONGFELLOW Private. He was born Private.
Child of MELISSA FORAKER and TODD GRUBBS is:
i. TEVIN MICHAEL7 GRUBBS, b. Private.
Child of MELISSA FORAKER and MIKE LONGFELLOW is:
ii. CAMERON7 LONGFELLOW, b. Private.
40. EDWARD ALLEN6 LEWIS (RONALD ALLEN5, RONALD ALLEN4, FREDERICK DONALD3, THOMAS HENRY2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born Private. He married BERNICE
RAMIREZ Private. She was born Private.
Child of EDWARD LEWIS and BERNICE RAMIREZ is:
i. ETHAN COLE7 LEWIS, b. Private.



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