Person Page 555
|Father||John P Hannold b. 31 August 1782, d. 22 February 1848|
|Mother||Rachel McIlvanine b. circa 1782, d. between 1836 and 1839|
Hannold was also found
as Boman Hannold.
||24 Oct 1809||Bowman was born on 24 October 1809 in
Gloucester county, New Jersey. On the 1850 census he claims to be 41,
therefore bca 1809. On the 1860 census he says that he is 52 years old
and born in New Jersey. In 1870 he is 61 and in 1880 he is 71 and born
in New Jersey. On the 1880 census son Laban says that his father was
born in Maryland.1,2,3,4,5,6,7
|Baptism||It is assumed that he was baptized in
New Jersey but no evidence has been found to support this.
|Cen1820||1820||Bowman Hannold may appear on the 1820
census in the household of John P Hannold
in Blacklick township, Indiana
county, Pennsylvania. This township abuts Armstrong township
and Indiana county abuts Armstrong township. Therefore, if at some time
someone said that they lived in the "Armstrong area" of Pennsylvannia
that remark would be accurate. But it appears that they were in
Blacklick township, Indiana county, Pennsylvania on the 1820 census.
John is over 45 which is consistent with a 1782 birthdate. Wife is over
45. Oldest male child is 16 to 26, likely Joseph who would be about 16
on this census. The
male 10 to 16 could be Bowman who, if born in 1809, would be 11 years
old. There are only 2 males under ten and there are 3
possibilities. Isaac 9; John P 7; and Arter about 4. But
there are two females under 10 and 1 female 10-16. The 10-16 is likely
Elizabeth who was born 1806 and would be 14 in 1820. If we assume that
the census taker made a recording error and recorded a male as a
female, we still have one child more on the census than we have names
In light of this information the extra female on the 1830 census COULD be one of these two females under 10 on this census and the other could be Arter or John P.8
|1821|| In the time period of about 1821 John P Hannold
and his family are said to have been in Armstrong county, Pennsylvania.
Son, William says that he was born there. In 1821 son Joseph would have
been about 17, Bowman
would have been about 11 years old, Isaac 9, John P about
7, Arher about 5.9
|1829||About 1829 JP Hannold moved his
family to Stark county Ohio from Armstrong county, Pennsylvania.
Boman would have been about 20 years old.
|Cen1830||1830||Bowman Hannold appears on the 1830
census in the household of John P
his father in Lexington
township, Stark county, Ohio, as one of the
two males 20-30; John P and wife and 7 children, whose
ages are what would be expected from other information. John is 40-50
years old, which is consistent with a birth date of 1782. Wife is 40-50
years old, which is consistent with what we know of Rachel and
impossible for Elizabeth, John's second wife.10
|| His occupation is given as a farmer
on all the census. There is a B. Hannold was the
first keeper of the public graveyard in Limaville, Stark county Ohio.
Limaville was platted in 1830 by Peter Akey. Bowman appears to be the
ONLY B. Hannold living in the area in that time frame so possibly he
was the sexton of the cemetery, as a young man.11
|Marriage||22 Dec 1831||Bowman Hannold, 22 years old, married
was 20 years old, daughter of James Akey
McCall wife #1, 22 December 1831
in Stark county, Ohio. This marriage is recorded in Stark county Ohio
marriage registrations, p229 of Vol. A. Married by
Levi Burden, JP as HAMMELL and appears on the IGI on
p17437 & p277.12,13
|research||20 Jan1836||Lexington township, Stark
county, Ohio, 20 January 1836. James Akey sold this parcel to
Bowman Hannold, consisting of 20 acres for ??$$. Bowman was married to
James' daughter Jane. Exactly where is this and how much was paid? Vol
U p 55. When the land in Lexington township was originally sold to
settlers thru the Steubenville Land office the price was $2 per acre.15,16
|Cen1840||1840|| Bowman Hannold may appear on the
1840 U.S. census for Lima, Lexington township, Stark county, Ohio with
200001 02001. Boman
is 30 to 40 years old, Jane is 20 to 30. The two daughters
5 to 10 are Susanna and Margaret and the two males under 5 are Wesley
|Lexington township of
Stark county Ohio was one of the first townships to be settled in Stark
county, because of the Mahoning River traversing the township. The
first settlers were Quakers. Jane's mother was a Quaker before she
married Peter Akey and many of their relatives were still Quaker into
the late 1800's. These families tended to move together, Quaker or no.19
|ca 1843||It would appear that Boman and Jane
with children, Susianna, Margaret, Wesley, James, Friend and Laban
moved from Stark county Ohio to Logan county Ohio between early spring
1843 and the 1850 census in Logan
|LandSold||24 June 1843|| On 24 June 1843 Bowman Hannold sold
20 acres in Stark county, Ohio. This land transaction is recorded in
Stark co Ohio land records, Vol 31, p113. NW 1/4 T19, R6, Sec 3 Stark
county Ohio. This appears to be the land that he purchased
from his father in law in 1836. Need
to see original record
story of Johnny
Not necessairly all true
|The first settlment of Logan county
was in the Darby Creek area by Quakers. Many of the relatives of the
Hannolds and Akeys were Quaker. In fact, Jane Akey Hannold's mother was
a Quaker before her marriage to James Akey. A Grist Mill was built in
Logan county by Benjamin Piatt in 1840. Log house on Mac-a-cree creek
also built by B Piatt in 1828. The Big house was built by Col. Donn
Piatt somewhat later. Boman
moved to Logan county in 1843. Johnny Appleseed lived on Mill Branch
and on Stoney Creek about 1800 to about 1847. This was the
area of Logan county just north of where Bowman lived and where James
Akey and the McCalls lived.21
|research||Find at Brown township,
Paulding county, Ohio, 2 sheets of Listing of Paulding county
cemeteries Hannold support CD1. Move this link later
|Cen1850||8 Aug 1850||Bowman Hannold and Jane Akey
appear on the 1850 census at Monroe township, Logan county, Ohio. Boman
shows on this census as 41 years old, born in New Jersey, he is a
farmer but does not own any real estate and can not read or
write. The location of their home appears to be very near the
"Piatt Castle" of today. The Piatt's are res # 47 and 48 while the
Hannolds are #67. Jane is 37 years old and born in Pennsylvannia. All
children are born in Ohio. Susanna is 17, Margaret is 14, Wesly is 13,
James is 11, Friend 6, Laban 5 and Peter 3. These ages are not 100%
consistent with later census ages. Friend WAS NOT in school.1,22,23
|School||1852|| Boman could neither read nor write
per census information. He signed all of his land records with his
mark. Jane, his wife could both read and write.
|Purchased Land||15 Dec 1854||On 15 December 1854 Boman purchased
two tracks of land in Ohio from the BLM. These are recorded as 19269 --
OH1870__.003. This is Section 15 of Township 2-N, Range 4-E of the 1st
principal meridian. SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of S15 T2N R4E = 40 acres for $50.
Bowman is said to be from "Logan co Ohio" on these papers. Cert # 19269
at Defiance, Ohio
SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of S12 T2N R4E = 40 acres for $50, 16 DEC 1854. Cert. #19270 at Defiance, Ohio Recorded in 19270 --OH1870__.004. This is Section 12 of township 2-N, Range 4-E of the 1st principal meridian.25,26
|LandPur||16 December 1854|| On 16 December 1854 Bowman purchased
land from DANIEL MAY in Paulding county , Ohio.
NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 S10 T2N R4E = 40 Acres . (This description may not be 100% accurate. The description MAY read NW 1/4 of SW 1/4) And the NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 S10 T2N R4E = 40 Acres. This is 80 acres for a total of $250.
Click HERE for a map of Paulding county.........Brown township is the X.
At the same time he SOLD to Daniel May the land that he had purchased the day before from the BLM on Cert # 19269 40 acres in SE1/3 of NW1/4 Sec 15, T2N, R4E for $250. This was more or less a trade of the 40 acres in Sec 15 for 80 acres in section 10. Bowman paid $50 for the land in section 15 and ended up with 80 acres in section 10 for that $50. And Bowman still had the other 40 acres in Section 12 that he purchased with Cert #19270. Jane is alive at this time, she is given as agreeing to the selling of the land that was purchased with Certificate #19269 and she signed the deed while Boman marked.28,26
|16 December 1854||The above illustrations are copies of the land records for Boman and Jane Hannold.
On 16 December 1854 Jane and Boman sold land in Paulding county Ohio. Bowman signed with a mark and it appears as tho' Jane actually signed the deed before John W. Ayers, JP to register the land sale which was filed 20 July 1865 and Recorded 24 July 1865 in Vol 12 P 518 of Land Book in Paulding county, Ohio. This piece was the SE ¼ of NW ¼ Sec 15, T2N, R4E of Paulding county Ohio.29 This sale was consumated on 16 Dec 1854. They received $250 for this 40 acres.
|****||The net cost of these land
transactions for Boman was $100 for the 120 acres.
Click on the thumbnail map to see where this land, colored in red, was in Brown county.
|Boman was at least in Paudling county
in December of 1854 to have signed the papers on the land transaction
in Defiance. That does not mean that they were living in Paulding
county at that time, but it is likely that they moved to Paulding
county in time for spring planting in 1855.
|1855||Paulding County's History dates back
to the arrival of the French in the 1600's and on to General "Mad
Anthony Wayne" in the 1700's until it was finally settled in the early
1800's after a post office was built in the area. Created as a county
in 1820, it is named for Captiain John Paulding of Peekskill, NY, famed
for having captured Major Andre, a British spy, during the
Revoluntionary War. The Erie Canal was completed in 1843 and the Miami
Canal was completed in 1845. When the canals were discontinued in 1870
and the railroad came throught, the villages grew. Eleven incorporated
villages exist within the county today. Limestone quarries were common
and today, two large quaries still operate.
Brown county twp of Paulding in Ohio was organized in 1830. The name was taken from Fort Brown, which was a small stockcade at the confluence of the Big and Little Auglaize rivers. At first Brown township included what is now Auglaize, Washington, Latty, Jackson and Blue Creek Townships.
Between 1855 and 1860 there was an extensive stone quarry 1 miles south of Charloe. Charloe was a canal town and was the county seat of Paulding county from 1840 until 1851.
|HYPER||1855||HYPERLINK this file: B1892,
E960 Copy of original deed Vol, 6 p 271 of Paulding county Ohio.
Purchase of Land in Section 10 by Boman Hannold from Daniel May in 1854.
B1893, E961 Copy of original deed Vol 12, p517 and 518 of Paulding county Ohio. Purchase of land in Section 15 by Boman Hannold from the U.S. Government in 1854.
B1894, E962 Copy of original deed Paulding county Ohio, Vol. 12 , p 518 and 519. Sale of land purchased from the U.S. Government to Daniel May by Boman Hannold in 1854.
B1895, E963 Copy of original deed Paulding county Ohio, Vol 11, p 121 for the purchase of Land in Section 12 from the U.S. Government in December of 1854 by Boman Hannold. Not recorded until 1863.31,32,29,33
|1851||Charloe was a Canal town and was the
county seat from 1840 until 1851. A man named Hollister built a $10,000
court house in Charloe. The Miami-Erie canal and the Walbash-Erie Canal
went thru Charloe. The Miami canal was completed
in 1845. The first newspaper was printed in 1853 . The first paper
lasted only a few months. The films of the newspapers are available at
the library in Paulding.30 Brown twp was organized as a township before the
county was organized in 1830. They paid taxes in Defiance which is the
county seat of Williams county. The first school was built in 1853 in
Paulding. Jacob and Daniel May were early settlers. Bowman purchased
land from Daniel May.34,30,35
|2 September 1855||Logan county, Ohio,
2 September 1855. The obituary for daughter Many Jane claims that she
was born in Logan county Ohio on 2 September 1855, therefore it seems
likely that mother Jane Akey died in Logan county about this time.
|Marriage||27 Nov 1856||Bowman Hannold, 47 years old, married
daughter of (?)
November 1856 in Paulding county, Ohio. Marriage is recorded in Vol 1,
P46 of original Paulding county Ohio marriage records.40,41
|HYPER||1860||HYPERLINK this file: C:\Book\Map\547 BrownPaudling.jpg This is a map showing where the land of Boman Hannold was located. The map is from about 1995.27|
|research||1860||Find 1860 The closest church to the land that Bowman owned in Paulding county was a Lutheran church. The building was still standing in 1993 but in bad shape.|
|research*||1860||Find at Van Buren county, Michigan, 1860 At some time, per Ruth Hannold Crane some Hannold owned part of SE 1/4 of Sec 4 T4 R16W in Keeler,MI When did he sell the above pieces of land?? When did they buy it?|
|CEN1860*||29 June 1860||Bowman Hannold appears on the 1860 census of Brown township, Paulding county, Ohio taken on 29 June 1860 Age is very difficult to read but appears to be 51 Wife is Eliza who is 41. Friend is the oldest child at home, at 17. Laban, Peter, William and Mary Jane are still at home. Daughter, Louisanna is married and living in a neighboring township. Still need to find some of the other children.. Can not read or write. Older children are in school. Real estate $1200; personal 150. Page 122 of printed numbers. Res 632, fam 414. Youngest child, is 4 years old , female, name is difficult to read. Could be Nancy, but should be Mary. Wilhelmina is not in the household. If she was born in 1854 she should be about 6 years old.2,6|
|Census_Oth*||1860||Boman shows on the Agricultural
census of 1860 in Paudling county, Ohio with the following information
recorded for him:
1860 Agricultural census of Paulding county Oh. line 17 or Sheet 11.
15 acres improved; 45 acres unimproved.
$1000 cash value of real estate
$10 value of impliments and machinery
0 horses, 1 milk cow, 2 oxen, 2 other cattle, 17 swine, value of livestock $102
Produced in 1859 20 bu. wheat, 200 bu. Indian corn; 3 bu. peas and beans; 100 bu. of potatoes; 100 # of butter; 2 tons of hay and $60 worth of slaughtered animals.42
|HYPER||1863||HYPERLINK this file: Map of Paulding county, Ohio C:\book\maps\pauldingOH.gif.|
|HYPER||HYPERLINK this file: Pix/tx\C:\Books\PIX/TXT\\547_13-10 Plat map also see BrownPaulding on C:tmg\books\linked maps.27|
|HYPER||HYPERLINK this file: C:\book\maps\B1909E970BrownTwp.jpg. This is from the 1989 plat book of Paulding county Ohio. Boman's land was in sec 10, Sec 15 and Sec 13 of Brown township.43|
|!AInfoNew||between 1860 and 1870||Sometime between the 1860 census and 1873 Bowman and his family moved from Paulding county, Ohio to Keeler, Van Buren county Michigan.|
|Cen1870*||27 July 1870||Bowman Hannold appears on the 1870 census taken on 27 July 1870 in Keeler, Van Buren county, Michigan Bowman is 61 years old, born in New Jersey. Eliza is 40 and born in Pennsylvania. Son Peter is 23, daughter Mary Jane is 4 and grandson Charles Danforth is 9. All children born in Ohio. Bowman owns $600 of personal property but no real estate. They were living in residence 210 and the David Fowler's were in residence 203.44|
|LandSold||17 February 1871||On 17 February 1871 Bowman and wife Eliza sold for $200 the land in Paulding county, described as SW1/4 of SE1/4 Sec 13, T2N, R4E to Samuel Booth. This land was originally recorded as being in the Section 12, but suspect that was an error. This was the land that Boman purchased on Cert # 19270 for $50 from the BLM in 1854. This transaction was recorded on 16 Aug 1872 in Paulding county land records, vol 19, p 39. They both signed with their marks.26|
|LandSold||7 March 1872||On 7 March 1872 Bowman and Eliza sold the land in Paulding county Ohio that Bowman and wife Jane had purchased in 1854 from Daniel May by exchanging 40 acres in section 15 for 80 acres in section 10. They received $1000 for this piece so there may have been a house on this land. This transaction was recorded in Paulding county Land records on 30 March 1872 in Vol 18, p 397. This 80 acre plot was sold to a Mr. Tegarden. On the 1892 plat map for Brown township, Paulding county, Ohio, George Tegarden owns 75 acres in the center of section 10. 5 acres of what was Bowman's land appears to have been transferred to John Karg.45,26|
|research||1873||Find at Keeler, Michigan, 1873 Ruth Crane says he owned land in Keeler twp Sec 9 from 1873-1879. Sold this land to DAVENPORT HANNOLD. Find these land records. Did he sell this land BEFORE his death? Did he own any land at the time of his death.46|
|!AInfoNew||1873||There are no land records for Van Buren county at the Mesa FHC as of May 2002.|
|research*||The Hannold's owned part of SE¼ of Sec 4 T4 R16W in Keeler,MI and now David Fowler owns land in the NE¼ of Sec 21. How close are these two land pieces?|
|Cen1880*||3 June 1880||Bowman Hannold shows on the 1880 census for Hamilton township, Van Buren county, Michigan taken 3 June 1880. Bowman Hannold is a 71 years old farmer, can not read or write. Born in New Jersey as were both of his parents. Eliza is 61, can read but not write, born in Pennsylvannia, father born in New Jersey and mother born in Pennsylvannia. Grandson Charles Danforth is 19 born in Ohio, father born in Vermont and mother born in Ohio. He is a laborer.47|
|research||1883||Find at here 1883 This probate is recorded on film #304, case 1835.48|
|research*||7 January 1883||Find 7 January 1883 There is a burial in the Watervliet cemetery on Film # 1321501, Cemeteries of SW Michigan that indicates that a Mr. Hammel age 73 was buried 7 Jan 1883. No indication of lot # or relatives. He died of old age. Watervliet is in Berrien county not Van Buren. This is not likely Bowman as he died In May of 1883. Who is this Mr. Hammel. Could this be Mr. Hannold?????49|
|Will*||3 May 1883||Bowman Hannold left a will dated 3
May 1883 that was written at Hamilton township, Van Buren county,
Michigan, In this will he asked to have a Christian burial in Hamilton
township, have all his debts paid and he leaves all to wife, Eliza. At
her death to divided "share and share alike between James, Margareth,
Friend, Charles Danforth and Mary Mentor. The executor is named on 9
May 1883 and is Russell W. Mentor, husband of daughter Mary. He signed
the will with his mark. This will is recorded in Will book 52, page 430.
Heirs of Bowman are given as follows:
Eliza Hannold, widow is 68 years old and living in Hamilton, Van Buren co, MI
James, son is 45 and in Ohio
Margaret Servis, daughter is either 42 or 47(should be 47) living in Lawrence, Van Buren co. MI
Friend, son 40 living in Hamilton, Van Buren county, MI
Mary Mentor, daughter 22, living in PawPaw, Van Buren county, MI
Laban, son 35 years old, living in Colorado
Mina Anderson, daughter 26 Living in Iowa
Charles Danford, grandson, 21, living in Hamilton.
It is interesting to note that Laban and Mina are not to "share and share alike" in any of the residue to the estate of Bowman after the death of Eliza. They are living away from Van Buren county, MI. Also, the children are not given in age order which is unusual.
There was no inventory listed with the probate papers. The Personal property was valued at $100 and real estate at $1000 but no listing is made of either..48,46
|Note*||4 May 1883||The death records for Van Buren county, Michigan for 1883 were not recorded until 6 Aug 1884. Lots of time for death information to have been lost. Boman DOES NOT appear in either the index or on the 1883 sheets.|
|research*||4 May 1883||Find at Van Buren county,
Michigan, 4 May 1883 It appears that Boman owned land in section 5 of
Hamilton twp from about 1880 to 1883. Eliza inherited this. When did
she sell???? It.? Was to be divided among JAMES, MARGARET, FRIEND,
MARY, and MINA (26--living in IOWA in 1883) and grandson CHARLES ,21,
living in Hamilton. Mina is NOT listed on the final list of those to
enherit when Eliza died, nor is Laban.
May have owned land in section 9 from 1873 until 1879 which he sold to Davenporte. The bought land in section 5 of Hamilton twp about 1880. This may have been in his estate when he died.48
|!AInfoNew*||5 May 1883||In the work of Ruth Crane she indicates that the cause of death may have been from a horse accident injury. Possibly death was not immediate, as Friend came back from Arkansas when his father became ill, per letters to Friend from other family members.50|
|Death*||5 May 1883||
Bowman died on 5 May 1883 at Hamilton township, at Van Buren county, at Michigan at age 73.48,46
|research||5 May 1883||Find 5 May 1883 The probate
file says that notice of probate was in TRUE NORTHERNER
Administration was granted Mentor on 9 May 1883. Find this probate notice.51,46
|Note||In the Keeler cemetery records, Simeon Hanold is buried on the lot that was originally recorded as belonging to Boman Hanold. It is possible that Bowman gave this lot to Simeon's family, knowing that Laban had left town and would not need his lot. Simeon was a nephew of Bowman.52|
|!AInfoNew||He asked to be buried in Hamilton township, Van Buren county, MI in his will but we were unable to find a MARKED grave for him in Keeler. There is a grave that was owned at one time by Laban in Keeler cemetery, that may be where he is buried. That grave lot is marked "left town" on the cemetery record.( Film # 1321501 at MFHC).|
|Obituary*||12 May 1883|| A very brief obituary appeared in
the Hartford, Michigan DaySpring on 12 May 1883 as
Boman Hannold Died in Keeler, Michigan on 4 May 1883 of inflamation of the lungs. age 75 years.53
|!AInfoNew||A chronological list of events in the
life of Bowman:
1809 Born in New Jersey;
1830 The village of Limaville was platted in 1830 by Boman's brother in law, Peter Akey.
1831 DecC 22 Bowman and Jane Akey married in Stark county, Ohio
1833 First child born--Susianna
1835 Daughter Marget or Marginia born
1836 Purchased land in Lexington township, Stark co. Ohio from James Akey, father-in-law
1837 Son Wesley born
1839 Son James born
1840 On census in Lima(ville) Stark county, Ohio with wife and 4 children.
1842 Son Friend born
1843 In June sold land in Stark county, Ohio and left for Logan county
1843 Son Laban born, likely in Logan county, Ohio
1847 Son Peter born
1850 On census in Monroe township, Logan co. Ohio with Jane as wife and 7 children.
1851 First Train into Dayton Ohio which was the largest city close to Logan county
1854 By 1854 there were 6 rail roads thru' Dayton.
1854 April of 1854 - possible daughter Wilhemmina born - Logan county, Ohio.
1854 15 Dec purchased land from US Govt, in Paulding co., two pieces 80 acres
1854 16 December Purchased land in Paulding co from Daniel; 80 acres with a land trade
1855 2 Sept 1855 Daughter Mary born, possibly in Paulding co. Ohio tho' her obituary says Logan county
1856 June 30 Daughter Louisa married in Paulding county, Ohio.
Wife Jane Akey died between 2 Sept 1855 and November 1856.
1856 In November, Bowman and Eliza were married in Paudling county, Ohio.
1860 Bowman and family in Charloe, Brown township, Paulding county, Ohio on census.
1861 Son James goes to war from Paulding county, Ohio. He DOES NOT appear with the family on the 1860 census.
1864 Son Friend entered the service from Van Wert, Paulding co. area.
1865 William Danforth marries Alvira Shoup 14 Sept 1865, therefore Louisa must have died before this time. 1
1866 May have moved to Keeler, Van Buren, MI about this time as an affidavit filed in 1901 re: the widow's pension of LAURA JANE FOWLER HANNOLD, by CHRISTOPHER AND ANNA KLETT, state that they knew BOMAN HANNOLD since 1866 in Keeler, Van Buren, MI
1868 Daughter Margaret married in Van Buren county Michigan.
1869 Son Friend, married in Berrine county, MIchigan
1870 On this census they are in Keeler, Van Buren county, Michigan.
1871 Daughter Mary married in Van Buren county, Michigan
1871 Sold some of the land in Paulding county, Ohio.
1872 Sold last of Paulding county, Ohio land.
1877 Hartford, MI destroyed by fire
1880 Census in Hamilton township, Van Buren county, Michigan with wife and
1883 Died in Van Buren county, Michigan.24,54,53
|!AInfoNew*||1900||On the 1900 census Friend claims that his father (Boman) was born in Scotland. This is not likely true.55|
|HYPER||HYPERLINK this file: Links
to maps of Paulding county Ohio
B1909, E970 1989 Plat map of part of Brown township, Paulding county, Ohio.
B1890, E958 Outline map of Paulding county Ohio as of 1892. Historical Atlas of Paulding county Ohio.
B1891, E959 Two outline maps of Brown township, Paulding county Ohio. Historical Atlas of Paulding co. Ohio.45,56,43
|HYPER||HYPERLINK this file: A llsting of cemeteries in Paulding county is here. GRFX:F:\Logged Scans\538_13-8 Paulding ceme.36|
|research||B1290, N28-15 is a cemetery list for Paulding county, Ohio.|
|research|| Problems to be solved:
1. Was Wilhelmina really born in 1854 in Paudling county? Where is she on the 1860 census?
2. Was Mary Jane really born in Logan county in 1855? Did this family go to Paudling county and then return to Logan county?
In the List of Names of Bowman and Jane's children that was found in the family Bible of Effie Hannold Morin, Wilhelmina does not appear.14
|Family 1||Jane Akey||b. 6 October 1811, d. 3 September 1855|
|Children||1.||Susianna Louisana Hanold+ b. 1833, d. bt 1861 - 1865|
|2.||Marginia Margaret Hannold+ b. 22 Sep 1835, d. 21 Jul 1914|
|3.||Wesly Hannold b. 1837, d. b 1883|
|4.||James Hannold b. c 1838, d. 10 May 1889|
|5.||Friend A Hanold+ b. 20 Jul 1842, d. 8 Feb 1901|
|6.||Laban Hannold+ b. 31 Dec 1843, d. 9 Apr 1929|
|7.||Peter A Hannold b. 1847, d. a 1880|
|8.||William Hannold b. c 1853, d. bt 1874 - 1883|
|9.||Wilhelmina Eliza Ellen Hannold+ b. 3 Apr 1854, d. 23 Mar 1934|
|10.||Mary Jane Hannold+ b. 2 Sep 1855, d. 15 May 1912|
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