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Mary E Coup
1838-1858


MARY E COUP
Born : c1838
Place : Pennsylvania
Died : 5 November 1858
Place : Ohio
Father : John Coup
Mother : Esther Springer

Married : 2 October 1852
Place : Ashland Co, Ohio
BENJAMIN WENRICK
Born : 17 September 1821
Place : Berks Co, PA
Died : 1897
Place : Unknown
Father : Unknown
Mother : Unknown

After the death of his wife MARY, BENJAMIN WENRICK married HARRIET WILLIAMS

HARRIET WILLIAMS
Born : Unknown
Place : Unknown
Died : Unknown
Place : Unknown
Father : Unknown
Mother : Unknown

Married : 8 September 1859
Place : Unknown
BENJAMIN WENRICK






Children of BENJAMIN WENRICK and MARY E COUP are:

i UNKNOWN WENRICK
Born : Unknown
Place : Unknown
Died : Unknown
Place : Unknown

ii UNKNOWN WENRICK
Born : Unknown
Place : Unknown
Died : Unknown
Place : Unknown

iii UNKNOWN WENRICK
Born : Unknown
Place : Unknown
Died : Unknown
Place : Unknown

iv MARY E WENRICK
Born : 1858
Place : Unknown
Died : Unknown
Place : Unknown



Married : Unknown
Place : Unknown
GEORGE W CHRISTMAN
Born : c1854
Place : Indiana
Died : Unknown
Place : Unknown
Father : Unknown
Mother : Unknown
Child of BENJAMIN WENRICK and HARRIET WILLIAMS is:

i UNKNOWN WENRICK
Born : Unknown
Place : Unknown
Died : Unknown
Place : Unknown

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History of Ashland County, Ohio, ...", Geo. Wm. Hill, 1880.
Benjamin Wenrick came into Ashland county from Pennsylvania, where he was born in Berks county, September 12, 1821, and settled in 1850 in Milton township. He has been twice married. First to Mary E. Coup, October 2, 1852, by whom he has had four children; and next to Harriet Willams, September 8, 1859, by whom he has had one son. He served nine years as justice of the peace, to the full satisfaction of the people of Milton township. He has filled the office of township trustee and treasurer at various times. He was a valiant soldier in the war of the Rebellion, being in a number of severe engagements, and was with Grant during the seige of Vicksburgh, but escaped unhurt, and returned to his home with all the honors to which he was entitled. By his fellow citizens he is highly esteemed for his integrity, and is looked upon by all who know him as a worthy citizen.

The Ashland Press, Thursday 3 Oct 1889
"Mrs J H Fast, Miss Lizzie Homan & Mrs Mellie Christman thanking friends, neighbors during illness and funeral of Mrs Mary Homan. Also to those who sang"


1880 United States Census, Bear Creek, Jay, Indiana
George W. CHRISTMAN, Farmer, 26, born Indiana, Father born Germany, Mother born Germany [1854]
Mary E. CHRISTMAN, wife, keeping house, 22, born Ohio, Father born Ohio, Mother born Ohio [1858]
Lloyd CHRISTMAN, son, 1, born Indiana, Father born Indiana, Mother born Ohio [1879]
Morgan A. CULTICE, (not related), Farmhand, 17, born Indiana, Father born Unknown, Mother born Ohio [1863]