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Listing Title: Rod Miller
MOSES, Reuben T., 7/26/1913, Williams County, Vol. 1137 DEATH Cert. 43343
REUBEN MOSES WAS BORN IN 1849 TO ENOCH RUSSEL MOSES AND HIS WIFE CAROLINE / CAROLYN.
NO ONE SEEMS TO KNOW WHAT CAROLINE MOSES’ MAIDEN NAME WAS.
IF YOU WOULD BE SO KIND TO HELP ME FIND CAROLINE MOSES MAIDEN NAME IN REUBEN’S DEATH CERTIFICATE OR ANY OTHER DOCUMENT, I WOULD BE SO VERY GREATFUL FOR YOUR HELP!!! THANK YOU FOR YOUR KINDNESS!!! JUNE COLLINS – firstname.lastname@example.org
My G G G Grandfather Matthäus Blessing aka Mathias Blessing.
He immigrated to Bryan Ohio from Germany (Kingdom of Württemberg) in 1864. His son, also Mathias Blessing, and daughter-in-law accompanied him. They all settled in Williams County.
Mathias was born October 13, 1794 in Buhlbronn, Württemberg. He appears in the 1870 census living in or near Pulaski but in Henry County (I’m assuming this is an error by the Census taker). He was also living with family named Dirr.
I’m hoping you can find some documentation of his death date. I assume he died some time between 1870-1880 since I can’t find him in the 1880 census.
His son Mathias (1836-1911) has a marker and fellow Genealogist shared the attachment with me from a book called ‘Stories of the Fountain City’. So his son was responsible for the upkeep of a cemetery. One would think we’d taken care of his father’s burial.
I hope you will accept this request! Good luck if you do! Todd
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