Greetings from Oregon,
I have a huge favor to ask of anyone who has access to the 1850 Stark Co. and / or Ohio Census Index.
I am looking for Leonard Beacox (my ancestor) and his sisters, Arletta, Aurilla, Amelia, Rhoda, and Amanda.
Their father died in Stark Co. in 1847 and their mother remarried in Richland Co. I found her and her new husband in the Richland 1850 Census with only one child (Sophronia) in the household. I've been stumped and a little worried. Where did the other children go???
If someone would be willing to look up a few variations of the Beacox name and the names of some recently-discovered extended family members, I'd be REALLY grateful. I think they're in Massillon. If you find any of the names listed below, if you can give me page numbers, I can look at the images on the Stark GenWeb page. And let me know if I can return any favors in Oregon.
PS, I'm also interested in these same people in the 1840 Census...
Beacox / Becox / Becax / Beacock / Becock
Leonard Beacox b.1833-35
Aurilla / Aurelia Beacox b.1827
Amelia Beacox b.1840
Rhoda Beacox b.1836
These are the people I can possibly think of that they might be with:
Arletta Brown-- married to William Brown
Ira Hamilton Seaton
Benjamin Franklin Seaton
Louise Mobley-- married to Salathiel Mobley / Moblie
Harriet Parmelie-- married to Frederick W. Parmelie / Parmelee
I know this is a lot, but I'm hoping someone can help me find these children.
Thank you for your time and any suggestions for Stark County research.
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