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Re: Saum, Paulding Co. Ohio (Grover Hill) 1880-1920
Posted by: Saundra Stewart Date: November 03, 2001 at 10:53:03
In Reply to: Re: Saum, Paulding Co. Ohio (Grover Hill) 1880-1920 by Ron Tobias of 170

Thanks Ron for the update.Any ruling out is great,We still have Matthias III who was in the area of Newark.One of his decendants a Robert Saum is still in the area.Some of my group as well Johannes to Andrew are in the town of Newark"Licking Co"and some of Jacobs(Very Few though) were also known to be in this area,Today some are still in the New Lexington/Lancaster area.I have met them and they have ties to Newark.A question for Margot.Have you ever heard any of the following Counties mentioned..Perry,Fairfield,Montgomery? Not many Saums stayed behind after the 1850's.Another senerio could be,the Saum group of 1828 who settled with my group in Perry Co for a short while..They have the same genetic makeup as us.these are the Saums of Notre Dame Fame,and the name Francis sure would fit their Catholic background.They too had moved North at or around the 1850's.I do have quite a bit on them as well.As a note here on the personal side.Three of my uncles and Great Uncles were also ministers in Licking and Perry Co..If you would like me to do a lookup for you at the courthouse let me know Margot.
THanks
Saundra


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