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Re: Jacob N. Correll married Margaret Essig..looking for thier children
Posted by: jc (ID *****5058) Date: July 08, 2005 at 10:26:05
In Reply to: Re: Jacob N. Correll married Margaret Essig..looking for thier children by Nevada Boslet of 1205

Nevada, I am not related, I am simply sharing because I believe the more we share the more we have to share and I do enjoy connecting families.

I am posting this for your review. I'm sure this researcher would welcome information regarding Margaret.

Also, please scroll down to see if the biographies are of family members.

http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=:2142241&id=I601

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1

1. George ESSIG was born 1794 in Adams County, PA, and died 1856. He was the son of 2. Simon ESSIG and 3. Juliana Margaretha SCHNEER. He married Catharine SCHOLLENBERGER?.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2

2. Simon ESSIG was born 1754 in probably near Heckstown, PA, and died 18 MAR 1852 in Ohio. He was the son of 4. Wendel ESSIG and 5. Anne Eve MATTE.

3. Juliana Margaretha SCHNEER was born 1761, and died 30 AUG 1844 in Stark County, Ohio.

Children of Juliana Margaretha SCHNEER and Simon ESSIG are:
i. John ESSIG was born 22 SEP 1786 in York Co., PA, and died 03 NOV 1857 in "Essig Hill", Harrison Twp., Elkhart Co., Ind.. He married Susannah HOLTZ 1808 in Cumberland Co., PA or Ohio?. She was born 26 AUG 1789 in Cumberland Co., PA per 1881 Elkhart Co. History, and died 07 SEP 1878 in Concord or Harrison Twp.?, Elkhart Co., Ind..
ii. John Adam ESSIG was born 22 NOV 1788 in York County, Pa, and died 9 JAN 1866 in Brd. Warstler Cem., Near Canton, Oh. He married Catherine Saeger LICHTENWALTER. She was born 29 MAY 1796 in York County, Pa, and died 24 APR 1864 in Or Died April 3, 1864; Brd. Warstler Cem., Near Canton, Oh.
iii. Maria Magdalena ESSIG was born 15 NOV 1782 in York County, PA, and died 01 OCT 1862 in Barry, Illinois. She married George WIKE 31 MAR 1803. He was born 29 AUG 1781, and died 17 DEC 1825 in Big Spring, PA.
iv. Elizabeth ESSIG was born 1784 in York County, PA, and died 1859. She married Jacob BECHER.
1. v. George ESSIG was born 1794 in Adams County, PA, and died 1856. He married Catharine SCHOLLENBERGER?.
vi. Julia(na) ESSIG was born 1797 in Adams County, PA, and died 1874. She married Jacob TROXELL. She married ? MILLER.
vii. Sarah ESSIG was born 1797 in Adams County, PA, and died 1858. She married Samuel TRUMP.
viii. Samuel ESSIG was born 1802 in Cumberland County, PA, and died 1873. He married Salome RANK?.
ix. Catherine ESSIG was born 09 APR 1804 in Cumberland County, PA, and died 1887. She married ? PONTIUS.
x. Wilhelm ESSIG was born 09 APR 1804 in Cumberland County, PA, and died 1872. He married Anna Maria HOHN.
xi. Rebecca ESSIG was born 1806 in Cumberland County, PA, and died 1896. She married Jacob PONTIUS.
xii. Jacob ESSIG was born 8 APR 1791 in Adams County, PA, and died 14 SEP 1874. He married Elizabeth WEAVER, daughter of Valentine WEAVER.
xiii. David ESSIG was born ABT 1800, and died in died in infancy.
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 3

4. Wendel ESSIG was born ABT 1720 in canton Berne, Switzerland, and died 1783 in Check with mother; she found church records.

5. Anne Eve MATTE.

Child of Anne Eve MATTE and Wendel ESSIG is:
2. i. Simon ESSIG was born 1754 in probably near Heckstown, PA, and died 18 MAR 1852 in Ohio. He married Juliana Margaretha SCHNEER MAR 1781 in Pennsylvania. She was born 1761, and died 30 AUG 1844 in Stark County, Ohio.
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http://members.tripod.com/DEBORAH_KLEE/biography/essigJohn.html

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JOHN A. ESSIG, one of the leading farmers of Jackson township, is a son of Jacob and Madeline (Lind) Essig, both natives of Stark county. By occupation Jacob Essig was a tiller of the soil and as such met with encouraging success, owning at one time tow hundred and eighty acres of land, the greater part of which in now in possession of his descendants. He was a good man and praiseworthy citizen and spent all of his life in the county of Stark, dying about four miles north of Canton in the year 1891. Mrs. Essig became the mother of ten children and departed this life in the month of May, 1901. Of his large family, six are living at the present time, the majority being residents of the county of Stark, well settled in life and useful in their various fields of endeavor.

The birth of John A. Essig occurred in Plain township, Stark county, January 21, 1849, and he spent his early years on the home farm, assisting as soon as old enough with the various duties of the same. Noting of an eventful nature took place to interfere with the even tenor of his life and he grew to maturity with a full appreciation of the responsibilities resting upon him as a citizen of a country where all are given equal opportunities for the exercise of the talents in their possession. His educational training was such as the common schools could impart and he pursued his studies during the years of his minority until obtaining a practical knowledge o the fundamental branches of learning. The father's estate was by no means large enough to afford each of the children a substantial start in life, accordingly the subject on leaving home was obliged to rely upon his own resources for a livelihood. Determined from the out start not to be contented with a passive existence, he at once formed his plans for the future, and sparing no effort within his power to carry them to conclusion, he soon found himself in a condition to realize his hopes of success in a business way. A strong heart and willing hands impelled him to undertake large things in the matter of agriculture and from a modest beginning he steadily forged his way to the front until in due time he came to be looked upon as one of the rising farmers and substantial citizens of the community in which he lived. Purchasing a good farm, he succeeded by industry and good management in adding to its area at intervals until finally he became the owner of three hundred and fifty-three acres of as fertile and well improved land as can be found within the geographical limits of the township.

Mr. Essig has given much careful study to agricultural science and perhaps is as well acquainted with the nature of soils and their adaptability to the grain and vegetable crops of the latitude as any other man in Stark county. He is a modern farmer, using modern methods and modern appliances and the splendid condition of his place as well as the bountiful harvests with which he is every year blessed demonstrate the practical value of his theoretical knowledge of husbandry.

Realizing that no true man lives for selfish ends, Mr. Essig devotes considerable time to public enterprises and as a good citizen takes an active interest in politics, supporting the principles of the Democratic party. He has never asked nor desired official distinction, but deems no reasonable sacrifice too great when working for his friends or laboring to promote the success of the party as a whole. Notwithstanding his indifference to public position, he was elected in 1893 trustee of Jackson township and filled the office three years, retiring not only with an honorable record but also with the universal good will of the people, regardless of party affiliation. In matters religious Mr. Essig has profound convictions and to say that he is an earnest and sincere Christian, whose works and faith go hand in hand, is to state which every body within the range of his acquaintance is only too willing to testify. As a communicant of the Lutheran church, he has been untiring in upholding the cause of Christianity in his neighborhood and the local congregation to which he belongs has benefited greatly not only from his liberal financial support but as much if not more from his wholesome personal influence in inducing other to seek the better life.

Mr. Essig is a married man and the proud father of eight children, who are growing up to honorable manhood and womanhood and giving promise the lives of usefulness in whatever stations they may be called to fill. His wife was formerly Miss Julia Oberlin and the ceremony by which it was changed to the one she now bears was solemnized in the year 1874. The following are the names of the sons and daughters that have come to brighten the home and make glad the lives of these fond parents, to-wit: Henry, Bertha, Etta, John, Lena, Walter, Nancy and William S.

THERE IS ALSO THIS BIOGRAPHY

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HIRAM H ESSICK, is a native son of Ohio, having been born in Columbiana county, on the 14th of March, 1856, and being a son of William and Catherine (Hossler) Essick, of whose eleven children ten are living, namely: Abram, who is a resident of Ellsworth county, Kansas; William A. and John M., who likewise reside in that county; Hiram H., who is the immediate subject of this sketch; Charles E., who resides in Columbiana county, Ohio; Anna L., who is the wife of Dr. John J. Chambers, of Alliance, this county; Ella, who is the wife of Benjamin F. Sullivan, of Alliance; George, who is a practicing physician in Wayne county, this state; Katurah, who is the wife of David V. Whiteleather, an attorney of Columbia City, Indiana; and Ida, who is the wife of Fernando S. Pieren, of Knox township, Columbiana county, Ohio. The father of the subject was born in Franklin county, Pennsylvania, in the year 1819, and was reared on a farm and continued to follow agricultural pursuits during his entire life. In 1850 he emigrated with his family to Ohio and located on a farm in West township, Columbiana county, near the line of Stark county, and there he continued to reside until his death, which occurred in 1898. He owned a well improved farm of one hundred and sixty-five acres, and devoted his attention to general agriculture and the raising of high-grade live stock. He was a stalwart Democrat in his political proclivities and was prominent in public affairs of a local nature, having served as township trustee and treasurer and in the offices of trust and responsibility. He was a valued and consistent member of the Lutheran church, as was also his estimable wife, who survived him by about four years, her death occurring in April, 1902.

Hiram H. Essick was reared to maturity on the homestead farm where he was born, and secured an excellent common-school education. Upon attaining his legal majority he assumed the management of the home farm, which he operated on shares up to the time of his marriage, in the year 1881, when he leased a farm tow miles west of the village of New Franklin, in Paris township, Stark county, and here he continued to follow farming as a renter until 1891, when he purchased the place and continued his residence on the same until 1897, when he purchased and removed to his present handsome home, a quarter of a mile south of New Franklin, the same having been formerly the home of his father-in-law and the residence being one of the most spacious and attractive in this section of the county. In this farm, which Mr. Essick purchased of the heirs of the estate, are eighty-eight acres, while in his other farm, which he still retains, are seventy-three acres, both places being operated under his direct supervision. In politics he gives an uncompromising allegiance tot he Democratic party, and at the present time he is president of the board of education of his district, while he is a leading member of the Home Mutual Insurance Company, of Paris and Washington townships, of which he is secretary, proving a most capable and popular executive in the handling of the affairs of this well established and beneficent organization. He and his wife are both earnest and zealous members of the Lutheran church, in which he is an elder, while for the past four years he has done a most helpful and highly appreciated work as superintendent of the Sunday school.

On the 20th of September, 1881, Mr. Essick was united in marriage to Miss Margaret Deppen, who was born in New Franklin, Paris township, being a daughter of the late Andrew Deppen, who was for many years a prominent business man of New Franklin, where he was engaged in the harness and saddler business, while he also conducted his fine farm, lying contiguous to the village. Mr. and Mrs. Essick have one daughter, Edna C., who was born on the 27th of September, 1884.
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http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/message/an/topics.ethnic.padutch/1254Essig/Essick family
Author: Martin Essick Date: 29 Nov 1998 12:00 PM GMT
Surnames: ESSIG, ESSICK
Classification: Query
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Rudolph Essig and 2 sons, Georg abraham and Hans Michael arrived in Philadelphia 16 Sep 1736. They settled in the Pennsylvania Dutch country of eastern PA. I have descendants of some lines to the present and info on other lines that do not connect. I would be glad to exchange info with anyone who can help with other data!

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George Essig
Author: glenna maddux GMaddux523@aol.com Date: 29 Mar 2001 12:00 PM GMT
Surnames: Essig, Schollenberger
Classification: Query
In Reply to: Essig/Essick family by: Martin Essick
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i hope you are the link to the old country. George Essig & Catherine Schollenberger will, states, May 1866 in Whitley Co. Indiania, left property to children joseph, julia, peter, simon, margaret, sarah, susan, george, john (my ancestor) harriet, lidia & david. John essig was born in ohio. moved with spouse (mary eliza burch) to Princeton, Missouri. if this is a connection i have more information
Catharine Schollenberger
B: 6 Sep 1796

D: 1872

George Essig
Birth: 1794 in [city], Adams, PA, USA
Death: 1856 in Columbia Whiltey, [county], IN, USA

George Essig (Whitley Co., Ind) need help please
Author: N Boslet Date: 12 May 2003 11:58 PM GMT
Surnames: Essig, Feller, Knisely
Classification: Query
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I have a George Essig, born April 08, 1794 in Pa, married to Catherine Schollenberger, born September 06, 1796. Not sure what year they were married, but it was sometime before 1820's. They had at least 10 Chilren including my Lydia.
CHILDREN
Simon Essig
Harriett Essig
Peter Essig
Susan Essig
George Washington Essig
Sarah Essig
David Essig
Joseph Essig
Julia Essig
(My ancestor)
Lydia Essing born about 1827 in Ohio
married
1st Cornelius Feller April 27, 1845 Medina County, Ohio
ONE CHILD
Benjamin Frank Feller 1847
2nd Philip Knisely May 23, 1849 Defiance County, Ohio
As of the 1870 census I did not see any children , but not sure if they ever did have any or not

If anyone knows of this family especially of Lydia's I would appreciate any help,
Thanks in advance,

Mrs. Nevada Boslet
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Some 1850 Census records:
George and Catherine and several children were living in Whitley IN by 1850
Census > U.S. Census > 1850 United States Federal Census > Indiana > Whitley > Not Stated

George Essig 56 Farmer PA
Catheirne 53 PA
Washington 20 OH
Sarah 16 OH
David 15 OH
Joseph 13 OH

Living a few households away is
John A. Essig 24 Farmer OH
Mary 17 OH
Mary 2/12 IA
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Census > U.S. Census > 1850 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Stark > Jackson
Jacob E. Essig 30 Farmer OH
Magdalene 27 PA
Sarah E. 3 OH
John A. 1 OH

Adam Essig 62 PA
Catharine 55 PA
George 27 OH
Catharine 22 OH
Solomon 20 OH
Sally 17 OH
Elias 18 OH
Rachel 15 OH
Harriet 13 OH


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