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Frederick Mauk and Mary Magdalene (Motlena)

circa 1763-1779

west of Berryville
Frederick County, VA

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First Generation



1. Frederick Mauk was born before 1733 and died in Mar 1779 in Frederick Co., VA.

General Notes: Frederick first appears when he purchased 188 1/2 acres of land on Milbourn's Spring Run, a branch of Opecquon Creek, from Jeremiah Wood 12 Mar 1763 (@1). This land was located in what today is Clarke Co., VA several miles west of Berryville
(@2).

Assuming their son Mathias was born about 1751 Frederick and Mary's DOB's would likely be before 1733 (@3) and their marriage would likely have been prior to 1751. Frederick's Will was written 01 Mar 1779 and proved 03 Mar 1779 in Frederick
Co., VA (@4) and identifies his children as Mathias, Michael, Frederick, and Barbara. Frederick's estate was appraised 30 May 1779 (@4). Frederick wife, Motlena, was identified when the Will was proved.

In a deed dated 21 Jan 1791 (@5) Mary's sons Mathias and Michael state "In consideration of Jacob Stearly having given us a bill of sale of all his effects we do hereby obilgate ourselves and our heirs to make him and his wife, our mother, with
very comfortable necessary provisions and clothing for and during the rest of their natural lives...". In a deed dated 04 Jan 1781 (@6) Jacob Stearly and Mary deeded land on Littler's Run, a branch of Opecquon Creek, to Frederick and Michael.
This is the first time Jacob Stearly and Mary are found married. Mary originally received this land as Mary Mauck from Jacob Stearly in a deed dated 23 Oct 1780 (@7). This provided the date range for her marriage to Jacob Stearly (23 Oct
1780-4 Jan 1781). Littler's Run was located in what today is Frederick Co., VA several miles east of Stephenson (@2).

Motlena's full name appears in a deed dated 01 May 1784 (@8) when Jacob Stearly and Mary Magdalene sold property Jacob had acquired 02 Nov 1772. Jacob's first wife, Christian, is mentioned in in a deed dated 03 Jun 1777 (@9).

In the past several researchers have claimed Frederick as a son of Peter Mauck b. 1708 in Germany and d. 1771 in Frederick Co., VA. Peter Mauck's descendant's are identified in a separate book (@10). Peter lived in the area of Tom's Brook in
what became Shenandoah Co., VA. In a deed dated 27 May 1779 (@11) Frederick Mauck and his wife Margaret sold land in Tom's Brook to Martin Black, who lived adjacent Peter Mauck. This land had been transferred to Frederick by the division of
Peter Mauck's land. Frederick Mauck who married Motlena died in Mar 1779 (@4) prior to the sale of the land by Frederick and Margaret and therefore could not have been Peter's son.

In a Frederick Co., VA deed to a Philip Bush dated 03 Mar 1768 (@12) a George Mauk is listed as owning property adjacent Bush. Bush's property was on Lick Run, a branch of "Opekon" Creek. Also adjacent Bush were Jonathan Taylor and Thomas
Helm. The property that was purchased by Frederick and Motlena from Jeremiah Wood was originally purchased by Jeremiah 10 Feb 1762 (@13) and lists the adjacent property owners as John Briscoe, Thomas Wyatt, and Thomas Helms. In a deed dated
03 May 1760 Jonathan Taylor received land adjacent John Milburn and John Littler. The location of the land of Thomas Helms and John Littler is also shown in an early map (@2) of grants in this area. Thomas Helms lived on the south side of
Lick Run and Littler's Run, John Littler on the north side. Between the two was the area between these two runs. This would appear to be where Frederick and Motlena lived, based on the above deeds.

It is apparent from these and several other VA Northen Neck Land Grants that Frederick Mauck, John Milburn, John Littler, Thomas Helms, and Jonathan Tayor all owned property adjacent each other. In the VA Northen Neck Land Grants a person who
was listed as "adjacent" was the actual property owner adjacent, versus a neighbor's name. This would make Frederick Mauck the above George Mauk, suggesting his full name as Frederick George Mauck, or George Frederick Mauck.

Further confirmation of this appears in a Frederick Co., Va deed dated 11 Mar 1779 between Stephen Jones and John Lee (@15). The description of the prior owners of this land prior to John Lee includes George Mauk and indicates Mathias Mauk as
George's executor. The deed indicates George Mauk purchased the 125 acres from Jesse and Edward White and Mathias sold it to Michael Slip (no dates given).

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #8 p.320
2) "A Map of the Original Grants and Early Landmarks in Clarke Co., VA
3) Muskingum Co., OH Court of Common Pleas Rev. War Pension Claim
4) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #4 p.440 & 452
5) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #23 p.23
6) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #19 p.222
7) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #19 p.218
8) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #20 p.150
9) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #17 p.261
10) The Descendant's of Peter Mauck 1708-1980 by William Wolph
11) Shenandoah Co., VA Deed Book #C p.355
12) VA Northen Neck Land Grants Book O p.128
13) VA Northern Neck Land Grants Book K p.358
14) VA Northern Neck Land Grants Book K p.121
15) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #18 p.192

Frederick married Mary Magdalene "Motlena" ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, before 1751. Mary Magdalene "Motlena" was born before 1733 and died after Jan 1791.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 2 M    i. Mathias Mauck was born about 1751 and died 22 Jul 1802 near Winchester, Frederick Co., VA.

Mathias married Catherine "Anna" Crum (d. 1848-1850) about 1779 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 3 M    ii. Frederick Mauck was born before 1766 and died from 1784 to 1786.

Frederick married Barbara Cryzer (d. Bef Apr 1830) 16 Aug 1784 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 4 M    iii. Michael Mauck was born from 1762 to 1765 and died in 1830 in Frederick Co., VA.

Michael married Barbara Cryzer (d. Bef Apr 1830) 21 Oct 1788 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 5 F    iv. Barbara Mauck was born before 1779.

Second Generation (Children)


2. Mathias Mauck (Frederick1) was born about 1751 and died 22 Jul 1802 near Winchester, Frederick Co., VA.

General Notes: Mathias is identified as one of the sons of Frederick Mauck in Frederick Mauck Sr.'s Will dated 01 Mar 1779 (@1).

Mathias appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA from their inception in 1782, continuing yearly thru 1801.

Mathias's personal property was appraised 02 Sep 1805 (@2) and sold 13 Oct 1806 (@3). His wife Catharine appears in the tax lists in 1802 and 1803.

Mathias and Anna's children are listed in a lawsuit originally filed in June 1807 and recorded 06 Jan 1824 (@4) as Mathias had died intestate. The lawsuit includes a hand drawn map showing how the property was divided and lists the children as
Frederick, Anthony, George, John, Jacob, Elizabeth, David and Polly, the last five being minors (under 21) as of June 1807. The lawsuit also indicates Anna remarried to Frederick Kyle.

Catherine appears in Frederick Co., VA Court Minutes 02 Nov 1818 when Michael Mauck, Mathias's brother, is released as trustee for Catherine regarding the sale of 150 acres 27 Oct 1818. In a Frederick Co., VA deed (@5) dated 06 Mar 1813
Catherine sold this land. In a second deed (@6) dated 07 Oct 1818 the buyer is shown to have made all of the payments to Michael for Catherine.

On 26 Jan 1848 Anna Kyle filed a pension claim with the Court of Common Pleas in Muskingum Co., OH. In the claim she related: Mathias was a Revolutionary War Veteran, served in the Virginia Militia, and was at the surrender of Cornwallis at
Yorktown. She married Mathias at her father's house on what was called the Long Marsh in Frederick Co., VA [possibly Long Marsh Run in that part of Frederick Co. that today is Clarke Co.] about 1779, the minister being named Strite. Mathias
died near Winchester, Frederick Co., VA 22 Jul 1802 at about the age of 51 years old. She remarried Frederick Kyle, who died in Harden (likely Hardy) Co. in 1823, after which she moved to Muskingum Co., OH. Attached to her claim is a
statement by her son Anthony verifying this information and adding that his wife's name was Sarah.

Anna's pension application was denied as she could not provide proof of Mathias's Revolutionary War service. In the application she related Mathias was a private and served in the same unit as Christian and Henry Crumb, also privates. Mathias
supposedly served several tours of duty and came home sick from the last tour. Anthony (Anna's father), Christian, and Henry Crumb appear beside each other in the Frederick Co., VA personal property tax list of 1782.

The minister referred to by Anna was probably Christian Streit who performed the marriage of her son Anthony to Sarah. Streit was associated with the Lutheran Church (@7).

The genealogy of The Crum Family by Judge Donald F. Lybarger of Cleveland, OH 1963 also identifies Anna's father as Anthony Crum Jr., and provided his birth and death dates, along with his wife's name. This book corroborates Anna's statement
regarding Henry and Christian Crum having served in the Revolutionary War under General George Washington and goes on to state that they served as chaplains. Christian was a minister with the Church of the Brethren and his brother Henry was a
minister with the Methodist Church and founded the first Methodist Church in the area of Frederick Co. that would later become Clarke Co., VA in 1836.

Assuming Catherine was over 17 years of age at the time of her marriage to Mathias she would likely have been born before 1761.

Catherine's second marriage, to Frederick Kyle, is listed in the Frederick Co., VA Marriage register. The minister was James Walls, who was associated with the Methodist Church (@8). Anna's father lists her as his daugher in his Will (@9).

The land of Henry Crum was located in what today is Clarke Co., VA, several miles northwest of Berryville (@10). The land of Frederick Mauck and Motlena was located both south and west of Henry Crum.

Not sure that this is Mathias, but it is the right time for his birth. Records of St Michael's Lutheran

Church in Philadelphia on microfilm 1312256 9th(?) March 1752 baptism for Johan Mathias Maug with

parents Friedrich Maug and Susannah Maug. Witnesses were Joh. Mat. Abol (?) and Anna Margreth.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #4 p.440
2) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #8 p.127
3) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #8 p.277
4) Frederick Co., VA Land Book #1 p.359
5) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #35 p.182
6) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #41 p.72
7) Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, 1717-1793 by Charles H. Glatfelter
8) History of the Lower Shenandoah Valley by J.E. Norris.
9) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #10 p.343
10) "A Map of the Original Grants and Early Landmarks in Clarke Co., VA

Mathias married Catherine "Anna" Crum, daughter of Anthony Crum and Elizabeth ____________, about 1779 in Frederick Co., VA. Catherine "Anna" was born before 1761 and died from 1848 to 1850.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 6 M    i. Frederick Mauck was born from 1779 to 1786 and died after Oct 1811.

Frederick married Martha "Polly" ____________ (d. After Oct 1811) before 1810.

+ 7 M    ii. George W. Mauck was born from 1780 to 1790 and died in 1840 in Muskingum Co., OH.

George W. married Elizabeth Mauck (d. 1844) 25 Jul 1811 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 8 M    iii. Anthony Mauk was born 16 Nov 1781 in VA, died 21 Apr 1850 in Muskingum Co., OH, and was buried in Jacob Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH.

Anthony married Sarah Price (d. 14 Jun 1851) 09 Feb 1804 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 9 M    iv. John Mauck was born about 1786 and died after 1837.

+ 10 F    v. Elizabeth "Betsey" Mauk was born from 1786 to 1802 and died after 1816.

+ 11 F    vi. Mary "Polly" Mauk was born from 1786 to 1800 and died in 1833 in Muskingum Co., OH.

Mary "Polly" married Alfred Bentley (d. Bef 1832) 20 Oct 1816 in Muskingum Co., OH.

+ 12 M    vii. David Mauk was born from 1790 to 1800 in VA.

David married Polly Tigner 29 Sep 1819 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 13 M    viii. Jacob Mauk was born 15 Aug 1792 in VA, died 11 Jun 1850 in Muskingum Co., OH, and was buried in Goshen Methodist Cemetery, Newton Twp., OH.

Jacob married Rebecca Weaver (d. After 1850) 28 Jan 1817 in Frederick Co., VA.

3. Frederick Mauck (Frederick1) was born before 1766 and died from 1784 to 1786.

General Notes: Frederick is identified as a son of Frederick and Motlena in his father's Will (@1) dated 01 Mar 1779 and proved 04 Mar 1779, and in a deed when in 1791 he and his brother Michael received land from his mother's 2nd husband, Jacob Stearly (@2).

Frederick's marriage to Barbara is listed in the Frederick Co., VA Marriage Register. The minister was Alexander Balmain. Alexander Balmain, according to Frederick Findings Vol 6 Issue 2, was the Rector of Frederick Parish in Winchester.
This is corroborated by the book Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia by Bishop Meade.

Assuming Frederick and Barbara were over 17 years of age when they married, their birth is estimated as being before 1766.

Frederick's Estate Inventory is dated 19 June 1786 in Frederick Co., VA (@3). Barbara Mauck was appointed the administrator 06 Jun 1786 (@4). The date range for his death was obtained from the date of his marriage to Barbara until the date she
was appointed his administrator. Frederick is also mentioned in the Will of his brother Michael dated 31 Dec 1829 when Michael mentions that his brother Frederick is deceased and identifies Frederick and Barbara's daughter as Polly Bean (@5).

Frederick appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA only in 1784. In the 1787 and 1788 lists there is a Widow Mauck. It is very likely this was Barbara.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #4 p.440
2) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #19 p.220
3) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #5 p.144
4) Frederick Co., VA Order Book #20 p.149
5) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.67

Frederick married Barbara Cryzer, daughter of Christopher Cryzer, 16 Aug 1784 in Frederick Co., VA. Barbara was born 30 May 1761, was baptized 25 May 1770 in York Co., PA, and died before Apr 1830.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 14 F    i. Mary Mauck was born from 1785 to 1786.

Mary married William Bean in Aug 1804 in Frederick Co., VA.

4. Michael Mauck (Frederick1) was born from 1762 to 1765 and died in 1830 in Frederick Co., VA.

General Notes: Michael is identified as a son of Frederick and Motlena in his father's Will in Mar 1779 (@1) and in a Frederick Co., VA deed (@2). Frederick's Will states that Michael was not yet 17 years of age at the time the Will was written.

Michael's wife Barbara and her parents, Christopher and Elizabeth Crizer, are identified in a deed dated 15 Nov 1819 where Michael and Barbara received 41 1/2 acres on what would become Chester St. in Front Royal, VA (@3). This land was
described as being on Happy Creek. In a Shenandoah Co. Deed dated 1 Jul 1822 (@4) Michael and Barbara sold 212 acres in Powell's Fort that they had received from the estate of Christopher Crizer, who had died intestate. This deed identifies
Christopher's widow as Leah, and Michael and Barbara sold the land to Jacob and Elizabeth Cryzer.

Barbara is also identified as the daughter of Christopher Cryser and husband of Michael Mauck in Augusta Co., VA Abstracts Vol II p. 156 by Lyman Chalkey which describes a court case heard in 1811. The record indicates Christopher Criser died
8 years prior and lists his children, including Barbara wife of Michael Mauck. Christopher Cryzer's wife is identified as Elizabeth in another Frederick Co., VA deed (@5).

Michael's marriage to Barbara is listed in the Frederick Co., VA Marriage Register. The minister was Alexander Balmain. Alexander Balmain, according to Frederick Findings Vol 6 Issue 2, was the Rector of Frederick Parish in Winchester. This
is corroborated by the book Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia by Bishop Meade.

In the church records of the Christ Evangelical Luthern Church of York Co., PA, Barbara Kreiser is identified as a daughter of Christopher. This record provided her birth and baptismal dates and location.

Micahel appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA yearly from 1783-1829.

Michael appears in the 1810 census (over 45 years) and 1820 census of Frederick Co., VA. This, along with his father's Will which indicated he was under 17 years old at the time of the Will, provided the estimate for Michael's DOB. Michael
also appears in tax levy's recorded yearly in Frederick Co. Court Minutes from 1814-1826 and a deed of release 02 Nov 1818 as trustee for Catherine Mauck involving the sale of 150 acres 27 Oct 1818. Catherine was the wife of Michael's brother
Mathias.

Michael's Will was written 31 Dec 1829 and probated 03 May 1830 (@6). He lists his children as Michael, George (dec'd), Nancy Larrick (dec'd) wife of Joseph Larrick, Rebecca Barrow and her daughter Louisa Barrow, Jacob, Frederick, and Louisa
Hammock wife of Samuel Hammock. Michael identifies Mary Bean, wife of William Bean, as a daughter of his late wife and his son George's children as James Henry, Abraham Peck, Robert, and Michael George. Michael leaves money to Catherine
Lenheart, wife of Jacob Lenheart and appoints Solomon Harman and Joseph Larrick as the executor's of his Will.

The book "The Frederick George Mauck Family" by Lillian Virginia Davis, wife of the grandson of Frederick George Mauck, grandson of Michael and Barbara, lists Michael's death as 21 Apr 1830. The author's source for this date is unknown, so
I've used 1830 based on the dates Michael's Will was written and proved.

Solomon Harman received a slave from Michael as a part of his wife's inheritance, however, Michael does not identify Solomon's wife. Solomon Harman married Evelina Harriet Mauck in Frederick Co., VA and the bond identifies her father as
Michael Mauck. Two other daughters, Barbara and Maria, are identified in their Frederick Co., VA marriage bonds. Neither is mentioned in Michael's Will.

There has been speculation that Catherine Lenheart may have been yet another daughter of Michael but evidence supporting this has yet to be found. In the records of Muskingum Co., OH a Henry and Catherine Lenheart sold land to Alfred Bentley
(@7), husband of Mary "Polly" Mauk (daughter of Mathias Mauk, Michael's brother). It is not known if these two Lenheart families are related.

Michael and Barbara sold the land on Chester St. in Front Royal 01 Jul 1822 (@8) to Jacob and Elizabeth Crizer, Jacob being the son of Barbara's brother Jacob.

Michael also owned 154 acres on both sides of Back Creek in Frederick Co., VA which he purchased 28 Dec 1812 (@9), purchased 59 acres on a drain of Crooked Run in Frederick Co., VA dated 22 Nov 1821 (@10) which was sold by his executors 09 May
1832 (@11), sold land over the creek from Duvall's Spring 01 Apr 1813 inherited from his father Frederick (@12), and sold 270 acres on Littler's Run 06 Apr 1813 (@13) originally received from his mother's second husband Jacob Stearly 04 Jan
1781 (@14). The land Michael received from his father was located in what today is Clarke, Co., VA several miles west of Berryville (@15). The land he received from Jacob Stearly is today located in Frederick Co., VA several miles east of
Stephenson.

Additional land purchases are shown 04 Feb 1799 (@16) and 02 Jan 1804 (@17) but the deeds do not provide a description of the land.

Michael's Will mentions land owned on Back Creek and Busch Creek in Frederick Co., VA. In a Frederick Co., VA deed dated 06 Mar 1832 (@18) Joseph Larrick and Solomon Harmon, executors for Michael Mauck, sold 174 acres on Busch Creek, a branch
of Back Creek. This deed states Michael purchased this land 18 May 1824. In a Frederick Co., VA deed (@19) dated 18 May 1824 Michael purchased this land, which had been placed in his trust, after advertising it for sale in the Winchester
Republican.

In a Frederick Co., VA deed (@20) dated 04 April 1831 Joseph Larrick and Solomon Harmon, executors for Michael Mauck, sold 350 acres near Middleton "on the main road leading from Winchester to Staunton".

Michael may also be the Michael Mauck that appears in the estate sale of George Mock 28 Oct 1808 in Frederick Co., VA (@21). This George was married to Sophia and the family came to Frederick Co., VA from Pennsylvania in the mid 1770's. This
family lived near Middletown, Frederick Co., VA. It has been speculated, but not proven, that Michael's father Frederick may have been a brother of this George.

Michael appears in the property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA from their inception in 1782 through the time of his death. These lists indicate he was taxed for 330 acres near Middletown from 1806-1830. Michael is listed adjacent George Mock
until George's death, then adjacent George's wife Sophia until her death. These lists were in order of visitation by the first initial of the last name, meaning they cannot be used to prove adjacent property ownership. However, in 1823, the
year after the last time Sophia is listed, Michael was charged 1800 dollars extra for Sophia Mock's buildings.

At various times in these lists Michael was also taxed for 328 acres on Back Creek, and 189 acres in Pine Hills.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #4 p.440
2) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #23 p.65
3) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #42 p.56
4) Shenandoah Co., VA Deed Book #BB p.406
5) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #27 p.629
6) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.67
7) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #P p.201
8) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #46 p.135
9) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #35 p.162
10) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #45 p.175
11) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #59 p.426
12) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #35 p.267
13) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #35 p.133 & 155
14) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #19 p.222
15) "A Map of the Original Grants and Early Landmarks in Clarke Co., VA
16) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #25 p.546
17) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #28 p.192
18) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #59 p.245
19) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #48 p.411
20) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #57 p.458 & 459
21) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #SC2 p.193

Michael married Barbara Cryzer, daughter of Christopher Cryzer, 21 Oct 1788 in Frederick Co., VA. Barbara was born 30 May 1761, was baptized 25 May 1770 in York Co., PA, and died before Apr 1830.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 15 F    i. Barbara Mauck was born from 1788 to 1803 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

Barbara married Abraham Supinger (d. Sep 1869) 12 Feb 1823 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 16 M    ii. Jacob Mauck was born after 1788 and died after 1834.

+ 17 M    iii. Frederick George Mauck was born 16 May 1790.

Frederick George married Eve Klyne (d. Mar 1880) 30 Jul 1812 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 18 F    iv. Nancy Mauck was born in 1792, died in 1828, and was buried in Hatcher Farm, Middleton, Frederick Co., VA.

Nancy married Joseph Larrick (d. 1845) 30 Mar 1816 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 19 F    v. Rebecca Mauck was born 13 Sep 1794 in VA, died 11 Sep 1836 in OH, and was buried in Indian Hill Cemetery, Hamilton Co., OH.

Rebecca married Abraham Barrow (d. Bef 11 Jun 1818) 22 Mar 1813 in Frederick Co., VA.

Rebecca next married Solomon Moore (d. 30 Jun 1855) 11 Jun 1818 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 20 F    vi. Maria Mauck was born 20 Feb 1799 in Frederick Co., VA, died 02 Mar 1866 in Harrodsburg, Monroe Co., IN, and was buried in Clover Hill Cemetery, Clear Creek Twp., IN.

Maria married John Stip (d. 24 May 1857) 15 Dec 1816 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 21 M    vii. Michael Mauck was born about 1802 in Winchester, Frederick Co., VA and died in 1883 in Columbia City, IN.

Michael married Juliet Wilson (d. Abt 1886) 26 Feb 1829 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 22 M    viii. George Mauck was born before 1803 and died in 1829 in Frederick Co., VA.

George married Elizabeth Christy (d. After 1830) 02 Apr 1821 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 23 F    ix. Louisa Mauck was born 12 Nov 1803 in VA, died 20 Jul 1860 in Fairfield Co., OH, and was buried in Ashby Cemetery, Berne Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

Louisa married Samuel S. Hammock (d. 18 Oct 1876) 23 Nov 1824 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 24 F    x. Evelina Harriet Mauck was born about 1808 in VA and died in 1866 in Frederick Co., VA.

Evelina Harriet married Solomon S. Harman (d. 07 Sep 1855) 11 Dec 1828 in Frederick Co., VA.

5. Barbara Mauck (Frederick1) was born before 1779.

General Notes: Barbara is identified as a daughter of Frederick and Motlena in her father's Will (@1) dated 1779.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #4 p.440


Third Generation (Grandchildren)


6. Frederick Mauck (Mathias2, Frederick1) was born from 1779 to 1786 and died after Oct 1811.

General Notes: Frederick is identified as a son of Mathias and Anna in a lawsuit recorded 06 Jan 1824 (@1) to divide up his fathers land. The suit was initially filed in June 1807 by Frederick. Frederick witnessed a deed (@2) 23 Nov 1809 when his brother
John sold land he had inherited from their father Mathias.

In a deed dated 01 Oct 1811 (@3) Frederick and his wife Polly sold land on "Opecquon" Creek that he inherited from his father. Polly signed the deed Martha.

The area of Opequon creek where Frederick and Motlena owned property was located in what today is the border of Frederick and Clarke Counties, several miles east of Stephenson (@4).

Frederick appears in the Frederick Co., VA land tax lists 1807-1810 alongside his brothers and sisters, and the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co. in 1802, 1804-1810, 1814 and 1815. Frederick was also listed in the land tax in 1813
as having his tax paid by Job Mercer. Frederick's date of birth range was obtained from the date of the marriage of his parents until the date of the above lawsuit, which indicated he was over 21 years old in June of 1807.

Frederick is probably the Frederick Mauck in the 1810 census of Frederick Co., VA where he appears alongside his mother Anna Kyle. The census shows 4 males 0-9 years old, 1 male 26-45 years old, 1 female 0-10 years old, and one female 26-45
years old. It can therefore be assumed that Frederick and Martha were married before 1810.

It is not known what happened to Frederick, Martha or their descendants after they sold their land in Frederick Co., VA in 1811. One possibility is that a Cornelius Mauk and Mathias Mauk who appear in Perry Co., OH by 1830 may be their
children. Cornelius was born 01 Oct 1810 in VA and Mathias was born 30 June 1803 in VA. Both had daughters named Martha. The families and descendants of Cornelius and Mathias Mauk are provided in two books by Harold Mauk (@5 and @6). Family
information Harold discovered indicated Cornelius and Mathias were descended from Gottlieb Mauk, however Harold was unable to verify this or if Frederick's middle or first name may have been Gottlieb. Cornelius and Mathias lived very near the
families of Frederick Mauck's siblings, who were in the adjacent county of Muskingum Co., OH.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Land Book #1 p.359
2) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #32 p.256
3) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #SC7 p.1
4) "A Map of the Original Grants and Early Landmarks in Clarke Co., VA
5) Early Mauk-Mauck-Mock Information in Virginia and Pennsylvania by
6) Descendants of Gottlieb Mauk by Harold E. Mauk

Frederick married Martha "Polly" ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, before 1810. Martha "Polly" was born from 1765 to 1784 and died after Oct 1811.

7. George W. Mauck (Mathias2, Frederick1) was born from 1780 to 1790 and died in 1840 in Muskingum Co., OH.

General Notes: George is identified as a son of Mathias and Anna in a lawsuit recorded 06 Jan 1824 (@1) to divide up his fathers land. The suit was initially filed in June 1807.

In a Frederick Co., VA deed (@2) dated 30 Mar 1809 George sold land that he had received from his father Mathias, who had received it from his father Frederick, who had purchased the land from Jeremiah Wood. The deed is difficult to read, but
appears to be for 15 acres of the original 188 acres Frederick bought from Jeremiah Wood. This land was located several miles west of current day Berryville, Clarke Co., VA (@5).

In a Frederick Co., VA deed (@3) dated 18 May 1812 George and Elizabeth his wife sold 22 acres lying on both sides of Lick Run, a branch of Opequon Creek, in Frederick Co., VA. The deed identifies the land has having been received from his
brother Jacob who had inherited it from their father Mathias, who had inherited it from his father Frederick. This land is also mentioned in another Frederick Co., VA deed (@4) dated 01 Aug 1814. Lick Run was located in what today is
Frederick Co., VA, several miles east of Stephenson (@5).

In a Frederick Co., VA deed (@6) dated 01 Apr 1813 George appointed Michael Mauck trustee in the collection of money owed to him by Ruben Kile for the purchase of 24 3/4 acres on Duvall's Spring in Frederick Co. This deed states that this land
was devised to Jacob Mauck by the last Will and testament of Frederick Mauck dec'd. This deed is somewhat confusing in that Frederick Mauck, father of Mathias, did not mention a Jacob in his Will. Frederick, son of Frederick Sr. and Mathias's
brother, left no Will. This land is probably the same land on Lick Run mentioned in the above deed and neglects to mention that Jacob received the land from Mathias, who had received it from the Will of Frederick.

In a Frederick Co., VA deed (@7) dated 01 Aug 1814 George and Elizabeth sold 22 1/8 acres on Lick Run that George had received from his brother John.

George's marriage to Elizabeth appears in the Frederick Co., VA Marriage Register. The minister was John B. Tilden. Assuming she was over 17 years old when she married her DOB would likely have been before 1793.

George appears in the personal propety tax lists of Frederick Co., VA in 1812-1814.

The first census George appears in on his own is the 1820 census of Muskingum Co., OH. George is in Newton Twp. in the 1830 and 1840 census. George first appears in Muskingum Co., OH when he purchased land there 16 Jan 1815, 30 Jan 1815, and
25 Oct 1815. When he purchased the land he listed his place of residence as Muskingum Co., OH (@8).

George and Elizabeth appear in the following Muskingum Co., OH deeds. Dated 11 Jun 1822 (@9) where they sold 91 acres of land in Section 32, Twp. 15, Range 14 and Section 29, Twp. 15, Range 14 to Jacob Mauk. Dated 28 Feb 1825 (@10) when they
sold 8 acres of land from the same area to Isacc Carter. Dated 16 Oct 1830 (@11) when they sold 5 acres of land from the same area to John Rambo. Dated 16 Oct 1830 (@12) when they purchased 14 acres of land adjacent Mary Bentley (George's
sister Polly) in Section 38, Twp. 15, Range 14.

George's Will was dated 03 Apr 1840 and proved 23 Nov 1840 (@13) and lists his children as Michael, Alvy, Zacheus, Eliza, Lusey, Ebeline, and Mahaly. George's Will also identifies a step-daughter, Matilda Ball.

Elizabeth's Will was dated 12 Feb 1844 and proved 04 Oct 1844 (@14) and lists her children as Matilda Ball ("formerly Mauk"), Michael, Zachias, Eliza, Lusey, and Mahala.

According to Elizabeth's marriage record her surname when she married George was already Mauck. Some researchers have theorized that she was George's cousin. With the records that have been found to date, none of George's uncles had a
daughter named Elizabeth. From the details of George and Elizabeth's Wills it is clear that Matilda was a daugher of Elizabeth and a step-daughter of George. This would indicate Elizabeth was previously married to another Mauk/Mauck, by which
she had Matilda.

Matilda Mauck married Nathaniel Ball 25 Jan 1832 in Muskingum Co., OH. Matilda and Nathaniel appear in the 1850 census of Hocking Co., OH, which indicated Matilda was b. abt 1809 in VA and Nathaniel abt 1808 in OH.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Land Book #1 p.359
2) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #31 p.413
3) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #33 p.499
4) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #33 p.660
5) "A Map of the Original Grants and Early Landmarks in Clarke Co., VA
6) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #35 p.367
7) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #36 p.281
8) Early Ohio Settlers, Purchaser's of Land in East and East Central Ohio,
9) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #G p.437
10) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #H p.394
11) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #L p.173
12) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #O p.631
13) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #C p.313
14) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #D p.48

George W. married Elizabeth Mauck, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 25 Jul 1811 in Frederick Co., VA. Elizabeth was born from 1780 to 1790 and died in 1844 in Muskingum Co., OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 25 M    i. Alvy Mauk was born from 1811 to 1840.

+ 26 F    ii. Lusy Mauk was born from 1811 to 1840.

+ 27 F    iii. Eveline Mauk was born 21 Mar 1824, died 09 Oct 1843, and was buried in Goshen Cemetary, Muskingum Co., OH.

+ 28 F    iv. Mahala Mauk was born in 1827 in OH.

+ 29 M    v. Michael Mauk was born in 1815 in OH.

Michael married Margaret Owens (d. 17 Mar 1861) before 1837.

+ 30 F    vi. Eliza Mauk was born about 1825 in VA.

Eliza married James Barlow 25 Aug 1844 in Muskingum Co., OH.

+ 31 M    vii. Zacheus Mauk was born 04 Jan 1820, died 25 Dec 1845 in OH, and was buried in Goshen Methodist Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH.

Zacheus married Susannah Stoneburner 17 Nov 1844 in Muskingum Co., OH.

8. Anthony Mauk (Mathias2, Frederick1) was born 16 Nov 1781 in VA, died 21 Apr 1850 in Muskingum Co., OH, and was buried in Jacob Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH.

General Notes: Anthony's parents are identified in an affidavit he filed 26 Jan 1848 and attached to the pension application of his mother (@1) and in a deed dated 10 Apr 1809 (@2) when Anthony sold 27 acres that he had inherited from his father Mathias. This
land was on Milbourn Spring Run, a branch of Opecquon Creek, in Frederick Co., VA. Anthony's parents are also mentioned in a lawsuit filed in June 1807 and recorded 06 Jan 1824, that divided up his father Mathias's land (@3).

Anthony's father's land was located in what today is the border between Frederick and Clarke Counties, between Stephenson and Berryville (@4).

Anthony's marriage to Sarah Price is recorded in the Frederick Co., VA Marriage Register. The minister was Christian Streit who was associated with the Lutheran Church (@5).

Sarah's father is identified as George Price in a deed dated Sep 1809 (@6) when Anthony and Sarah sold 237 acres on Opecquon Creek in Frederick Co., VA they had inherited after George's death. This deed also identifies George Price's father,
Peter Price. George Price's marriage to Sarah's mother, Catherine Krebs, 10 Apr 1787 is recorded in the Frederick Co., VA marriage records. The minister was Christian Streit.

Anthony appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA yearly from 1805-1809 (no tax list 1808).

Anthony appears in the following Muskingum Co. deeds. Dated 15 Jun 1829 (@7) when he purchased 5 acres of land in Section 12, Twp. 16, Range 14 from Patty Tupper of Springfield Twp. Dated 03 Apr 1834 (@8) when he and Sarah sold the same land
to John Richardson. Dated 23 Aug 1834 (@9) when Anthony appeared as the guardian of the heirs of Alfred Bentley (husband of Polly Mauk, Anthony's sister) for the sale of 35 acres of land in Section 32, Twp. 15, Range 14. This land had been
initially purchased by Alfred Bentley from Henry Lenhart and Catherine his wife 07 Apr 1821 (@10) and was sold by Anthony to Jacob Mauk. The appraisers of this land included Henry Axline.

Dated 04 Aug 1834 (@11) when Anthony purchased 118 acres of land in Section 16, Lot #6, Twp. 15, Range 14 from the state of Ohio. Dated 06 Mar 1837 (@12) when Anthony purchased 99 acres in Lot #7, Twp. 15, Range 14 as an assignee of John Mauk.
Dated 30 Jun 1837 (@13) when Anthony and Sarah sold 46 acres of land in Lot#7, Section 16, Twp. 15, Range 14 of Newton Twp.

The first census Anthony appears in on his own is the 1830 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH. He is also in the 1840 census of the same Twp. Sarah (62 yrs b. VA) appears in the 1850 census of Newton Twp. with her son William and
daughter Rebecca.

Anthony's death is reported in the 1850 Mortality Schedule of Muskingum Co., OH as Apr 1850 at the age of 67 years and b. in VA. The cause of death is listed as unknown. Anthony and Sarah are buried in Jacob Cemetery, Newton Twp., Muskingum
Co., OH. Their headstones provided the above dates of birth and death.

Anthony's death is also reported in an administration docket dated 24 Jun 1850 (@14). The executors were Hamilton and Joseph Mauk.

In a Muskingum Co. Deed dated 18 Mar 1851 (@15) Sarah Mauk, widow of Anthony Mauk dec'd and Anthony's heirs sold 111 acres of land in Lot #6, Section 16, Twp. 15, Range 14 to James Cherry. This deed identifies the heirs of Anthony as Nathan
Shutt and Eliza his wife, George Mauk and Mary A. Mauk his wife, Anthony Mauk and Margaret Mauk his wife, Joseph Mauk and Jane Mauk his wife, Curtis H. James and Julia James his wife, Hamilton Mauk and Mary Jane Mauk his wife, William Mauk and
Martha Mauk his wife, Alfred McFarlin and Mary C. McFarlin his wife, and Rebecca Mauk.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Court of Common Pleas Revoltionary War pension application
2) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #31 p.493
3) Frederick Co., VA Land Book #31 p.359
4) "A Map of the Original Grants and Early Landmarks in Clarke Co., VA
5) Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the
6) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #32 p.25
7) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #K p.383
8) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #P p.118
9) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #P p.201
10) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #G p.340
11) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #P p.246
12) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #S p.182
13) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #S p.582
14) Muskingum Co., OH Administration Docket Book C p.33
15) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #19 p.315

Anthony married Sarah Price 09 Feb 1804 in Frederick Co., VA. Sarah was born 20 Feb 1788 in VA, died 14 Jun 1851 in OH, and was buried in Jacob Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 32 F    i. Eliza Mauk was born about 1807 in VA.

Eliza married Nathan Shutt 08 Apr 1827 in Muskingum Co., OH.

+ 33 M    ii. George Mauk was born about 1810 in OH.

George married Mary A. ____________.

+ 34 M    iii. Anthony Mauk was born in 1815.

Anthony married Margaret Rose 16 Apr 1837 in Muskingum Co., OH.

+ 35 M    iv. Joseph Mauk was born about 1821 in OH.

Joseph married Jane ____________ before 1837.

+ 36 M    v. Hamilton Lafeyette Mauk was born 25 Jun 1825 in Muskingum Co., OH.

Hamilton Lafeyette married Mary Jane Murray 28 Nov 1848.

+ 37 M    vi. William Mauk was born about 1828 in OH.

William married Martha Shields (d. 21 Nov 1872) 23 Feb 1851 in Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH.

+ 38 F    vii. Rebecca Mauk was born 05 Jan 1831 in Muskingum Co., OH and died 20 Sep 1905 in Lucas Co., IA.

Rebecca married Francis Nolan (d. Abt 1866) 01 May 1851 in Muskingum Co., OH.

+ 39 F    viii. Julia Mauk was born before 1843.

+ 40 F    ix. Mary C. Mauk was born before 1843.

9. John Mauck (Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1786 and died after 1837.

General Notes: John is identified as a son of Mathias and Anna in a lawsuit recorded 06 Jan 1824 (@1) to divide up his fathers land. The suit was initially filed in June 1807 and indicates John was under 21 years old at that time. John appears in the land
tax lists of Frederick Co., VA 1807-1810 as an adult alongside his siblings and their guardian, Frederick Kyle. John does not appear in the guardian bond dated 06 Sep 1802 where Catherine his mother and Anthony Crum are appointed the guardians
of his brothers and sisters.

The only year John appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA was 1811.

In a deed dated 23 Nov 1809 (@2) and a second deed dated 26 Oct 1811 (@3) John sold 22 1/8 acres that he had inherited from his father Mathias. On 01 Apr 1814 John's brother George filed a deed (@4) for the sale of land and indicated that part
of this land had been sold to Jacob Gardner by George Mauck for his brother John Mauck before John had come of age.

John's father's land was located in what today is Frederick and Clarke counties, between Stephenson and Berryville (@5).

In a Muskingum Co., OH deed dated 06 Mar 1837 (@6) John's brother Anthony was John's assignee in the purchase of 99 acres of land in Lot #7, Twp. 15, Range 14.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Land Book #1 p.359
2) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #32 p.256
3) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #33 p.382
4) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #36 p.282
5) "A Map of the Original Grants and Early Landmarks in Clarke Co., VA
6) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #S p.182

10. Elizabeth "Betsey" Mauk (Mathias2, Frederick1) was born from 1786 to 1802 and died after 1816.

General Notes: Elizabeth is identified as a daughter of Mathias and Anna in a lawsuit recorded 06 Jan 1824 (@1) to divide up her fathers land. The suit was initially filed in June 1807 and indicates Elizabeth was under 21 years old at that time. Elizabeth
appears in the property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA 1807-1810 alongside her siblings and her guardian, Frederick Kyle. In the 1809 tax list she is listed as Betsey. Elizabeth appears in a guardian bond dated 06 Sep 1802 where Catherine her
mother and Anthony Crum are appointed her guardians.

Betsey's father's land was located in what today is the border between Frederick and Clarke counties, between Stephenson and Berryville (@2). Betsey appears in the property tax lists of Frederick Co. being taxed for this land from 1809 through
1816.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Land Book #1 p.359
2) "A Map of the Original Grants and Early Landmarks in Clarke Co., VA

11. Mary "Polly" Mauk (Mathias2, Frederick1) was born from 1786 to 1800 and died in 1833 in Muskingum Co., OH.

General Notes: Polly is identified as a daughter of Mathias and Anna in a lawsuit recorded 06 Jan 1824 (@1) to divide up her fathers land. The suit was initially filed in June 1807 and indicates Polly was under 21 years old at that time. Polly appears in
the property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA 1807-1810 alongside her siblings and her guardian, Frederick Kyle. Polly appears in a guardian bond dated 06 Sep 1802 where Catherine her mother and Anthony Crum are appointed her guardians.

Polly's father's land was located in what today is the border of Frederick and Clarke counties, between Stephenson and Berryville (@2).

Polly is probably the Mary that appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA in 1804 and 1805. This Mary was near Frederick and Anthony in the same tax list.

Polly's marriage to Alfred Bentley appears in the Musingum Co., OH marriage records. The Justice of the Peace was Jacob Crooks. Alfred's birth date was obtained by assuming he was over 17 years old when he married.

Polly's Will was dated 19 Sep 1832 and proven 07 Apr 1833 (@3). The Will identifies her as Mary Bentley, wife of Alfred Bentley and sister of Anthony Mauk, whom she appoints her executor. Her children are identified as William, Eliza,
Elizabeth, and Harriet. The Will was witnessed by Jacob Mauk.

In a Muskingum Co., OH deed dated 23 Aug 1834 (@4) Anthony Mauk, guardian and administrator of the heirs of Alfred Bentley, sold 35 acres that had belonged to Alfred Bentley that had been purchased from Henry and Catherine Lenheart 07 Apr 1821
in Section 32, Twp 15, Range 14. This land was advertised in the "Ohio Republican" of Zanesville, OH and was purchased by the highest bidder, Jacob Mauk. The deed refers to the Bentley heirs as "infants within 21 years of age".

Polly was taxed for the 18 acres in Frederick Co. on Opequon Creek that she received from her father's estate from the time of Mathias's death until after her death in Ohio (@5).

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Land Book #1 p.359
2) "A Map of the Original Grants and Early Landmarks in Clarke Co., VA
3) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #C p.30
4) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #P p.201
5) Property Tax Lists of Frederick Co., VA 1802-1835

Mary "Polly" married Alfred Bentley, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 20 Oct 1816 in Muskingum Co., OH. Alfred was born before 1798 and died before 1832.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 41 M    i. William Bentley was born 05 Apr 1818, died 07 Jan 1884, and was buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH.

William married Elizabeth Brown (d. 13 Dec 1900) 24 Sep 1840 in Muskingum Co., OH.

+ 42 F    ii. Eliza Bentley was born about 1823 in OH.

Eliza married Washington Sniff 05 Oct 1843 in Muskingum Co., OH.

+ 43 F    iii. Elizabeth Bentley was born about 1820 in OH.

Elizabeth married Josephus Powell 15 Sep 1836 in Muskingum Co., OH.

+ 44 F    iv. Harriet Bentley was born about 1826 in OH.

Harriet married Robert Sears 18 Jan 1845 in Muskingum Co., OH.

12. David Mauk (Mathias2, Frederick1) was born from 1790 to 1800 in VA.

General Notes: David is identified as a son of Mathias and Anna in a lawsuit recorded 06 Jan 1824 (@1) to divide up his fathers land. The suit was initially filed in June 1807 and indicates John was under 21 years old at that time. John appears in the
property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA 1807-1810 alongside his siblings and his guardian, Frederick Kyle. David appears in a guardian bond dated 06 Sep 1802 where Catherine his mother and Anthony Crum are appointed his guardians.

David's marriage to Polly is listed in the Frederick Co., VA Marriage Register. William Tigner was the bondsman and also is identified as Polly's father. Polly's birth is estimated assuming she was over 17 when married.

In a deed dated 14 Aug 1818 (@2) David sold 18 1/2 acres on both sides of Lick Run in Frederick Co., VA that he had inherited from his father Mathias. This land was located in what today is Frederick Co., VA several miles east of Stephenson
(@3). David appears in the property tax lists of Frederick Co., being taxed for this land yearly from the time he inherited it until he sold it.

David appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA in 1820 and 1822.

David is possibly the David Mauk in the 1820 census of Frederick Co., VA alongside a Catherine Mauk, who may be his mother. David appears in the 1830 and 1840 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH, adjacent his brothers, which provided the
date of birth estimate for both David and Polly.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Land Book #1 p.359
2) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #46 p. 281
3) "A Map of the Original Grants and Early Landmarks in Clarke Co., VA

David married Polly Tigner 29 Sep 1819 in Frederick Co., VA. Polly was born from 1800 to 1802.

13. Jacob Mauk (Mathias2, Frederick1) was born 15 Aug 1792 in VA, died 11 Jun 1850 in Muskingum Co., OH, and was buried in Goshen Methodist Cemetery, Newton Twp., OH.

General Notes: Jacob is identified as a son of Mathias and Anna in a lawsuit recorded 06 Jan 1824 (@1) to divide up his fathers land. The suit was initially filed in June 1807 and indicates Jacob was under 21 years old at that time. Jacob appears in a
Frederick Co., VA guardian bond dated 06 Sep 1802 where Catherine his mother and Anthony Crum are appointed his guardians. Jacob is listed in the tax lists of Frederick Co., VA 1807-1810 with his siblings and guardian Frederick Kyle.

Jacob's father's land was located in what today is the border between Frederick and Clarke counties, between Stephenson and Berryville (@2). Jacob appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co. for the 20 acres he received from his
father's estate from the time of his father's death until about 1835.

Jacob's marriage to Rebecca is listed in the Frederick Co., VA Marriage Register. The minister was John B. Tilden. Rebecca's father, Christian Weaver, was the bondsman.

Jacob appears in the 1820, 1830, and 1840 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH. Rebecca appears in the 1850 census of Newton Twp., which provided her birth information. Jacob first appears in Ohio when he purchased land in Muskingum Co.
16 Feb 1816 (@3). On that date Jacob listed his place of residence as Frederick Co., VA.

Jacob appears in a Muskingum Co., VA deed dated 11 Jun 1822 (@4) when he received 91 acres of land from his brother George and George's wife Elizabeth. This land was in Section 32, Twp. 15, Range 14 and Section 29, Twp. 15, Range 14.

In another deed dated 23 Aug 1834 (@5) Anthony Mauk appeared as the guardian of the heirs of Alfred Bentley (husband of Polly Mauk, Anthony and Jacob's sister) for the sale of 35 acres of land in Section 32, Twp. 15, Range 14. This land had
been initially purchased by Alfred Bentley from Henry Lenhart and Catherine his wife 07 Apr 1821 (@6) and was sold by Anthony to Jacob Mauk. The appraisers of this land included Henry Axline.

Jacob's death is reported in the 1850 Mortality Schedule of Muskingum Co., OH which indicates his place of birth as VA and his death in Jan 1850. Jacob is buried in the Goshen Methodist Cemetery, Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH. His headstone
provided his date of birth and a date of death of 11 Jun 1850.

Jacob's Will was dated 04 Sep 1849 and proved 07 Feb 1850 (@7). Jacob's Will names his wife Rebecca and their children David, Jacob, and Sarah Anna Axline. Jacob appointed Samuel Axline and David Mauk as the executors.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Land Book #1 p.359
2) "A Map of the Original Grants and Early Landmarks in Clarke Co., VA
3) Early Ohio Settlers, Purchaser's of Land in East and East Central Ohio,
4) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #G p.437
5) Muskingum Co. Deed Book #P p.201
6) Muskingum Co. Deed Book #G p.340
7) Muskigum Co., OH Will Book #D p.354

Jacob married Rebecca Weaver 28 Jan 1817 in Frederick Co., VA. Rebecca was born about 1790 in VA and died after 1850.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 45 M    i. Jacob Mauk was born from 1817 to 1849.

+ 46 F    ii. Sarah Anna Mauk was born from 1817 to 1831.

+ 47 M    iii. David Mauk was born 08 May 1822 in OH, died 25 Feb 1903, and was buried in Roseville Cemetary, Muskingum Co., OH.

David married Margaret Ann Stover (d. 19 Feb 1906) before 1848.

14. Mary Mauck (Frederick2, Frederick1) was born from 1785 to 1786.

General Notes: Mary is identified as a daughter of Frederick and Barbara in the Will of Michael Mauck dated 31 Dec 1829 (@1). This Will also identifies her husband as William Bean. Mary's date of birth is estimated from the date of her parent's marriage
until the date of her father's estate inventory.

Mary's marriage to William is recorded in the Frederick Co., VA Marriage Register. The minister was John B. Tilden. The marriage register refers to Mary as Polly.

William and Mary appear in the 1810, 1820 and 1830 census of Clark Co., KY. The census provided Williams age estimate.

The Bean Genealogy Vol II by Clark Williams states William served in the War of 1812 under Colonel Samuel South in the KY mounted volunteer militia. After the war William returned home and worked as a teamster, driving freight trains from
Winchester to Franklin, KY. He moved his family to Bedford, IN "when they were young", and then on to IL, where he operated mobile pottery store, traveling the countryside in his wagon. He was seriously injured in a fall from a horse in 1852
and was a cripple for the next ten years. This genealogy identifies Mary as a daughter of Michael Mauck.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.67

Mary married William Bean, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in Aug 1804 in Frederick Co., VA. William was born from 1780 to 1790.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 48 M    i. William Frederick Bean was born 17 Dec 1806.

+ 49 M    ii. John Bean was born 22 Jan 1807.

+ 50 M    iii. Alvin Bean was born in 1810.

+ 51 F    iv. Marian Bean was born 14 May 1814.

+ 52 F    v. Elizabeth Jane Bean was born 01 Apr 1816.

+ 53 M    vi. William M. Bean was born 07 May 1818.

+ 54 F    vii. Barbara Ann Bean was born 28 Feb 1820 and died 20 Jul 1902.

+ 55 F    viii. Oma Bean was born 28 Nov 1821.

+ 56 F    ix. Mary Ann Bean was born 17 Jun 1823.

+ 57 F    x. Mary Louisa Bean was born 24 Sep 1825.

15. Barbara Mauck (Michael2, Frederick1) was born from 1788 to 1803 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Barbara is identified as a daughter of Michael Mauck in her Frederick Co., VA marriage bond when she married Abraham Supinger. Her father was the bondsman. Barbara's birth range was obtained from the date of her parents marriage until the
date of her marriage, assuming she was over 17 years old when she married.

Abraham is listed in the 1840 and 1850 census of Rockbridge Co., VA. In 1850 Barbara is not listed with the family. It's possible she may have died before the census was taken in 1850.

Abraham's ancestor's are described in the book "From the Rhine to the Shenandoah" by Daniel W. Bly, which states his parents were Jacob Supinger and Barbara Klipple. Barbara's father was Michael Klipple. Jacob's parents were Hans Ulrich
Supinger (b. Zurich 20 Sep 1722, d. Shenandoah Co., VA 1798) who married Anna Schonauer (b. about 1730, d. 1797, daughter of Hans and Ursula Schonauer) about 1748 in Lancaster Co., PA. Jacob's marriage to Barbara on 4 Apr 1786 appears in the
marriage records of Shenandoah Co., VA. The book provided Abraham's date of death, which is also reported in the Rockbridge Co., VA Death Register. The death record provided Abraham's birth information, employment, and listed his cause of
death as "sudden".

Abraham and Barbara's daughter Elizabeth's death record in the Rockbridge Co., VA Death register identified her parents place of birth.

Abraham's administration bond (@1), estate appraisal (@2), and estate sale (@3) appear in Rockbridge Co., VA probate records.

Research Notes: 1) Rockbridge Co., VA Probate Book #19 p.207
2) Rockbridge Co., VA Probate Book #19 p.423
3) Rockbridge Co., VA Probate Book #19 p.424

Barbara married Abraham Supinger, son of Jacob Supinger and Barbara Klipple, 12 Feb 1823 in Frederick Co., VA. Abraham was born about 1800 in Shenandoah Co., VA and died in Sep 1869 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Carpenter.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 58 M    i. Michael Supinger was born about 1827 in VA.

Michael married Hannah M. Yorkshire 13 Mar 1856 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 59 F    ii. Rebecca Supinger was born about 1829 in VA.

+ 60 F    iii. Elizabeth E. Supinger was born 21 Mar 1835 in Rockbridge Co., VA, died 20 Jun 1913 in Rockbridge Co., VA, and was buried in Bethseda Cemetery, Rockbridge Co., VA.

Elizabeth E. married Samuel Little 05 Dec 1871 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 61 F    iv. Evaline H. Supinger was born about 1837 in VA.

Evaline H. married William A. Little 22 Jan 1857 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 62 F    v. Frances E. Supinger was born about 1840 in VA.

Frances E. married Samuel H. Mohler 29 Oct 1863 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 63 M    vi. Robert Supinger was born about 1842 in VA.

+ 64 F    vii. Mary Jane Supinger was born before 1844.

Mary Jane married Alfred A. McCurdy 24 Apr 1860 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

16. Jacob Mauck (Michael2, Frederick1) was born after 1788 and died after 1834.

General Notes: The Will of Michael Mauck written in Dec 1829 identifies a son named Jacob (@1). Jacob is probably the Jacob who appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA in 1823 and 1824.

Jacob's brother Michael appears in the following deeds from Muskingum Co., OH that mention Jacob. Recorded 03 Jan 1832 (@2) received from Charles and Belinda Duvall for 164 acres in Section 32, Twp. 15, Range 14, witnessed by Jacob Mauk.
Dated 28 Mar 1834 (@3) between Michael and Juliann his wife for 1/2 acre of the same land which Michael sold to the trustee's of the Methodist Episcopal Church for construction of a house of worship. One of the listed trustee's was Jacob Mauk.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.67
2) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #L p.661
3) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #O p.629

17. Frederick George Mauck (Michael2, Frederick1) was born 16 May 1790.

General Notes: Frederick is identified as a son of Michael and Barbara in his father's Will (@1). Frederick's parents, date of birth and marriage are reported in Capon Valley Volume 2 by Pugh, which quotes its source as the Bible records of Frederick's son
Frederick.

Frederick's marriage to Eve Snyder is listed in the Frederick Co., VA Marriage Register. The bondsman was Abraham Barrow and Eve is indicated as a widow of Jacob Snyder. Eve Klyne's marriage 10 Jun 1806 to Jacob Snyder is also listed in the
Frederick Co., VA Marriage Register. The bondsman is identified as Eve's father Jacob Klyne.

Frederick purchased land in 1817 (@2) and in 1823 (@3) in Hampshire Co., VA. In 1835 Frederick purchased 35 acres of land on North River in Hardy Co., VA (@4). Frederick appears in the 1830 census of Hampshire Co., VA.

Eve received a pension from Frederick's service in the War of 1812 (@5). Eve's death is reported in the 1880 Mortality Schedule of Hampshire Co., WV. Her age is listed as 97 years old b. VA and died in Mar 1880.

Frederick and Eve's children are listed in the book The Frederick George Mauck Family by Lillian Virginia Davis, wife of the grandson of Frederick George Mauck, grandson of Michael and Barbara.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.67
2) Hampshire Co., VA Deed Book #20 p.346
3) Hampshire Co., VA Deed Book #24 p.225
4) Hardy Co., VA Deed Book #3 p.343
5) War of 1812 Bounty Land and Pension Applicants by Patrick Warden

Frederick George married Eve Klyne 30 Jul 1812 in Frederick Co., VA. Eve was born about 1783 in VA and died in Mar 1880 in Hampshire Co., WV.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 65 F    i. Mary Mauck was born 10 Feb 1813 and died 29 Aug 1849.

+ 66 M    ii. Anthony Kline Mauck was born 23 Feb 1815 and died 01 Sep 1850.

+ 67 F    iii. Rebecca Ann Mauck was born 11 Dec 1815.

+ 68 M    iv. Michael William Mauck was born 24 May 1819 and died 22 Dec 1850.

+ 69 M    v. John Jacob Mauck was born 22 Feb 1822.

+ 70 F    vi. Louisa Jane Mauck was born 21 Feb 1824 and died 09 Jul 1849.

+ 71 M    vii. Frederick George Mauck was born 25 Nov 1827, was baptized in Rio, WV, died 19 Aug 1916, and was buried in Rio, WV.

Frederick George married Sarah Catherine Wilson.

+ 72 M    viii. James Jackson Mauk was born 07 Aug 1829, died in 1890, and was buried in New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery, Audrain Co., MO.

James Jackson married Mariam Glaze (d. 1924).

18. Nancy Mauck (Michael2, Frederick1) was born in 1792, died in 1828, and was buried in Hatcher Farm, Middleton, Frederick Co., VA.

General Notes: Nancy is identified as a daughter of Michael and Barbara in her father's Will (@1). The Will states that at the time it was written 31 Dec 1829 Nancy was deceased and identifies her husband as Joseph Larrick.

Nancy's marriage to Joseph appears in the Frederick Co., VA Marriage Register. The minister was John B. Tilden. Joseph and Nancy's children are identified in a Frederick Co., VA guardian bond dated 28 Feb 1831.

Joseph Larrick left no Will. His probate records begin appearing in Warren Co., VA in 1847 (@2).

Joseph and Nancy are buried together in the Larrick Graveyard on Hatcher Farm near Middleton, Frederick Co., VA (@3). Their birth and death dates were obtained from their headstones. Joseph's 2nd wife, Mary, is also buried near Joseph and her
headstone indicates the dates 1796-1866.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.67
2) Warren Co., VA Will Book #22 p.137
3) 2200 Gravestone Inscriptions from Winchester and

Nancy married Joseph Larrick, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 30 Mar 1816 in Frederick Co., VA. Joseph was born in 1784, died in 1845, and was buried in Hatcher Farm, Middleton, Frederick Co., VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 73 F    i. Nancy Jane Larrick was born from 1816 to 1829.

+ 74 M    ii. John M. Larrick was born about 1817 in VA.

John M. married Margaret Guyer 10 Dec 1840 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 75 M    iii. Archibald Larrick was born about 1820 in Frederick Co., VA.

Archibald married Harriet Aby 08 Nov 1860 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 76 M    iv. Jacob F. Larrick was born about 1822 in VA.

Jacob F. married Susan A. Wilderson 09 Jan 1851 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 77 F    v. Barbara Ann Larrick was born about 1824 in VA.

Barbara Ann married Thomas E. Shambaugh 30 Nov 1843 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 78 M    vi. Arthur Larrick was born about 1826 in VA.

19. Rebecca Mauck (Michael2, Frederick1) was born 13 Sep 1794 in VA, died 11 Sep 1836 in OH, and was buried in Indian Hill Cemetery, Hamilton Co., OH.

General Notes: Rebecca is identified as a daughter of Michael and Barbara in her father's Will (@1). The Will also identifies her husband as Abraham Barrow and their daughter Louisa.

Rebecca's marriage to Abraham is listed in the Frederick Co., VA Marriage Register. The bondsman was Michael Mauck.

Rebecca's second marriage, to Solomon Moore, is recorded in the Frederick Co., VA marriage register. The minister was John B. Tilden and the bondsman was Michael Mauck.

Rebecca's birth and death information and the same information on her second husband, Solomon Moore, was obtained from the book "The Moore Family" by McClelland. Rebecca's tombstone gives her date of birth as 25 Aug 1793 and her date of death
as 04 Apr 1831. According to the book Rebecca apparently appears in an indenture in 1833 so the date of death of 11 Sep 1836 is believed to be correct.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.67

Rebecca married Abraham Barrow, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 22 Mar 1813 in Frederick Co., VA. Abraham died before 11 Jun 1818.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 79 F    i. Louisa Barrow was born from 1813 to 1830.

Rebecca next married Solomon Moore, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 11 Jun 1818 in Frederick Co., VA. Solomon was born 22 Sep 1796 in Frederick Co., VA and died 30 Jun 1855 in OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 80 F    i. Fanny Moore was born 11 May 1819 and died 02 Oct 1903.

Fanny married John H. McClelland (d. 05 Jul 1891).

+ 81 M    ii. James Harvey Moore was born 15 Dec 1820 and died 05 Aug 1873.

+ 82 F    iii. Barbara Jane Moore was born 03 Dec 1822 and died 30 Nov 1917.

Barbara Jane married Eliphalet Beekley (d. 11 Sep 1896).

+ 83 M    iv. Michael Moore was born 01 Sep 1824 and died 11 Oct 1896.

+ 84 F    v. Maza Amanda Moore was born 02 Nov 1826, died 26 May 1846, and was buried in Indian Hill Cemetery, Hamilton Co., OH.

+ 85 F    vi. Catherine Moore was born 06 Oct 1828, died 13 Apr 1831, and was buried in Indian Hill Cemetery, Hamilton Co., OH.

+ 86 F    vii. Tirzah Rebecca Moore was born 20 Aug 1830 and died 14 Nov 1919.

Tirzah Rebecca married Ebenezer Hyde (d. 03 Oct 1903).

+ 87 F    viii. Margaret Moore was born 17 Oct 1832 and died 20 May 1919.

+ 88 M    ix. John Huff Moore was born 31 Aug 1834 and died 03 Oct 1929.

20. Maria Mauck (Michael2, Frederick1) was born 20 Feb 1799 in Frederick Co., VA, died 02 Mar 1866 in Harrodsburg, Monroe Co., IN, and was buried in Clover Hill Cemetery, Clear Creek Twp., IN.

General Notes: Maria is identified as a daughter of Michael Mauck in her Frederick Co., VA marriage bond dated 12 Dec 1816 when she married John Stip. Her father signed his name in German and the signature matches other documents signed by Michael Mauck.
Maria is not mentioned in her father's Will.

All of the additional data on Maria and John was obtained from the records of Preston and Ruth James of Cottonwood, AZ.

Maria married John Stip 15 Dec 1816 in Frederick Co., VA. John was born 11 Dec 1793 in KY, died 24 May 1857 in Monroe Co., IN, and was buried in Clover Hill Cemetery, Clear Creek Twp., IN.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 89 F    i. Abigail Stipp was born 11 Sep 1818 in Indian Creek Twp., Lawrence Co., IN and died 01 Apr 1896 in Pleasant Run Twp., Lawrence Co., IN.

Abigail married Josiah Trogdon 13 Oct 1842 in Lawrence Co., IN.

+ 90 M    ii. Michael Stipp was born 25 Jun 1820 in Lawrence Co., IN and died 16 Apr 1907 in Pleasant Run Twp., Lawrence Co., IN.

Michael married America Ramsey 05 Mar 1846 in Lawrence Co., IN.

+ 91 F    iii. Louisa Stipp was born 05 Nov 1822 in Lawrence Co., IN and died 08 Nov 1865 in Pleasant Run Twp., Lawrence Co., IN.

Louisa married Elijah McKnight 04 Nov 1841 in Lawrence Co., IN.

+ 92 M    iv. George Stipp was born 16 Nov 1824 in Lawrence Co., IN and died after 1884.

George married Mary A. McFadden 11 Jan 1848 in Lawrence Co., IN.

+ 93 M    v. James A. Stipp was born 18 Jan 1825 in IN and died 07 Mar 1901 in Pleasant Run Twp., Lawrence Co., IN.

James A. married Rebecca Knight 24 Mar 1857 in Lawrence Co., IN.

+ 94 F    vi. Naomi Stipp was born 15 Mar 1830 in IN and died 08 Oct 1850 in Pleasant Run Twp., Lawrence Co., IN.

Naomi married Joseph McKnight 21 Mar 1850 in Lawrence Co., IN.

+ 95 F    vii. Elizabeth "Betsey" Stipp was born 20 Oct 1832 in IN and died 16 Nov 1855 in Pleasant Run Twp., Lawrence Co., IN.

Elizabeth "Betsey" married John Rogers 22 Sep 1853 in Lawrence Co., IN.

+ 96 F    viii. Martha Ann Stipp was born 17 Apr 1837 in IN and died 25 Jan 1894 in Monroe Co., IN.

Martha Ann married William McFadden 18 Mar 1856 in Monroe Co., IN.

+ 97 M    ix. John Oscar Stipp was born 21 Sep 1838 in IN and died in 1913 in Monroe Co., IN.

John Oscar married Sarah L. Horner about 1862.

21. Michael Mauck (Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1802 in Winchester, Frederick Co., VA and died in 1883 in Columbia City, IN.

General Notes: Michael is identified as a son of Michael in his father's Will (@1).

Michael's marriage to Juliet is listed in the Frederick Co., VA marriage register. The minister was John Allemong. John Allemong was a minister with the Methodist Episcopal Church (@2).

Michael appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA in 1829-1831.

Michael is probably the Michael in the 1830 census of Frederick Co., VA and 1840 census of Fairfield Co., OH. In the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH Michael is listed with his wife Julian, their children and Juliet's father William Wilson (73
yrs old). Michael was listed next to his sister Louisa Hammock and her husband Samuel Hammock. Michael and his family also appear in the 1860 census of Fairfield Co., OH.

Michael appears in the following deeds from Muskingum Co., OH. Recorded 03 Jan 1832 (@3) received from Charles and Belinda Duvall for 164 acres in Section 32, Twp 15, Range 14 and witnessed by Jacob Mauk. Dated 28 Mar 1834 (@4) between
Michael and Julian his wife for 1/2 acre in of this same land which Michael sold to the trustee's of the Methodist Episcopal Church for the trustee's to construct a house of worship. Among the trustee's listed on this deed was a Jacob Mauk. The
rest of this land was sold by Michael and "Juliann" his wife 15 Jan 1835 to John Roberts (@5).

It's not known if the Jacob mentioned in the above deeds was Michael's brother Jacob or his cousin Jacob (son of Mathias Mauck). Mathias's son Jacob lived in the vicinity of the above land.

Michael appears in the following Fairfield Co., OH deeds. Dated 15 Jun 1850 (@6) Michael and "Julia" sold 4 acres in Section 27, Twp. 18, Range 16 to Aaron Kagy (married their daughter Mary). Dated 23 Jun 1852 (@7) Michael and "Julia Ann"
sold 4 acres in Section 27, Twp. 18, Range 16. Dated 03 Apr 1860 (@8) sold over 33 acres in Section 22, Twp. 16, Range 18. Dated 08 Jan 1872 Michael and Julia "of Licking Co., OH" sold 2 acres in Section 22, Twp. 16, Range 18 in Fairfield
Co., OH to Samuel Hammack, Michael's sister's husband.

Michael' son, Newton, wrote a short family history which appears in the "Centennial Biographical History of Franklin Co., OH" on p.518. Newton stated that his parents were born in Winchester, Frederick Co., VA and moved to a farm near
Zanesvilles, OH but provided no date. Newton related his father worked as a farmer and moved to Kirkersville Station, east of Columbus, OH on the Panhandle and Ohio Central Railroad when Newton was 12 years old (1860), where Michael worked as
a station agent for 7 years. Newton stated his father spent his last days in Columbia City, IN where he died in 1883, and that his wife died in the same place 3 years later.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.67
2) Frederick Findings Vol. 1 p.55
3) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #L p.661
4) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #O p.629
5) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #P p.525
6) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #17 p.585
7) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #20 p.595
8) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #26 p.411
9) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #37 p.129

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer, RR Station Agent.

Michael married Juliet Wilson, daughter of William Wilson and Unknown, 26 Feb 1829 in Frederick Co., VA. Juliet was born about 1806 in Winchester, Frederick Co., VA and died about 1886 in Columbia City, IN.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 98 F    i. Mary Eliza Mauck was born before 1832.

Mary Eliza married Aaron A. Kagy 08 Nov 1849 in Fairfield Co., OH.

+ 99 M    ii. John William Mauck was born about 1832 in OH.

John William married Ellen Karenn 19 Apr 1857 in Fairfield Co., OH.

+ 100 F    iii. Amanda Catherine Mauck was born about 1834 in OH.

Amanda Catherine married Elijah Warrner 11 Nov 1852 in Fairfield Co., OH.

+ 101 M    iv. Marshall Mauck was born about 1836 in OH and died in 1882 in Lancaster Co., OH.

Marshall married Sarah A. Buchanan 06 May 1858 in Fairfield Co., OH.

+ 102 F    v. Margaret Mauck was born about 1838 in OH.

Margaret married Jacob Bryant 23 Nov 1858 in Fairfield Co., OH.

+ 103 F    vi. Lydia O. Mauck was born about 1840 in OH.

+ 104 F    vii. Louisa H. Mauck was born about 1842 in OH and died before 1900.

+ 105 M    viii. Jacob M. Mauck was born about 1844 in OH.

+ 106 M    ix. Francis Marion Mauck was born about 1846 in OH.

+ 107 M    x. Newton H. Mauck was born 11 Jan 1848 in Fairfield Co., OH.

Newton H. married Julia A. Taylor 24 Nov 1881 in Dennison, OH.

+ 108 F    xi. Medora A. Mauck was born about 1850 in OH.

22. George Mauck (Michael2, Frederick1) was born before 1803 and died in 1829 in Frederick Co., VA.

General Notes: George is identified as a son of Michael and Barbara in his father's Will (@1). Michael's Will states that George was deceased at the time the Will was written 31 Dec 1829.

George's marriage to Elizabeth is recorded in the Frederick Co., VA Marriage Register. The bondsman was James Christy. A Frederick Co., VA guardian bond the same day as their marriage lists Elizabeth as an orphan of Robert Christy and names
her guardian as James Christy. Assuming that George was over 17 years old when he married he would have born before 1803.

George appears in Frederick Co., VA Court Minutes tax levy's 07 Jun 1820 and 07 Jun 1821 with his father Michael.

George's estate appraisal is dated 03 May 1830 (@2). George's estate sale is dated 02 Dec 1830 (@3). Buyers include Robert Breedlove and John Allemong. In the estate sale there is a note paid to James Christy 21 Aug 1826.

George appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA from 1822-1829, indicating (with the date of his father's Will) he died in 1829. Elizabeth appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA in 1830 and 1831.

In the Frederick Co., VA Marriage Register Robert Breedlove married Elizabeth Mauck 22 Sep 1831. The minister was John Allemong. It is likely this was George's widow Elizabeth but no proof of this has been found. Robert Breedlove may be the
person who appears in the 1850 census of Clay Twp., Morgan Co., IN without a wife. He is the right age, b. in VA, and has Breedlove children that were born after 1831. All of the other Robert Breedloves in the 1850 census were examined and no
others match. The obituary for the Robert Breedlove in Morgan Co., IN was dated 21 Sep 1882 in Morgan Co., IN. No mention was made of Elizabeth.

Elizabeth appears in the 1830 census of Frederick Co., VA adjacent Abigail Mauck. The census indicates Elizabeth was 20-30 years of age and with 3 boys 5-10 years old, one male 20-30 years old, and a second female 20-30 years old. The 1830
census was listed alphabetical by first letter of the last name. Abigail Mauck was the wife of Jacob Mauck, son of Daniel Mauck and Rebecca Baker.

Of interest is that Abigail Shambaugh Mauck's brother, Benjamin Shambaugh, appears as one of the buyers at the estate sale of George Mauck.

The will of Michael Mauck. George's father, identifies the sons of George as James Henry, Abraham Peck, Robert, and Michael George.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.53
2) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.224
3) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.225

George married Elizabeth Christy 02 Apr 1821 in Frederick Co., VA. Elizabeth was born from 1800 to 1810 and died after 1830.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 109 M    i. James Henry Mauck was born from 1821 to 1830.

+ 110 M    ii. Abraham Peck Mauck was born from 1821 to 1830.

+ 111 M    iii. Robert Mauck was born from 1821 to 1830.

+ 112 M    iv. Michael George Mauck was born from 1821 to 1830.

23. Louisa Mauck (Michael2, Frederick1) was born 12 Nov 1803 in VA, died 20 Jul 1860 in Fairfield Co., OH, and was buried in Ashby Cemetery, Berne Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: Louisa is identified as a daughter of Michael Mauck in his Will dated 31 Dec 1829 (@1). Michael's Will identifies her husband as Samuel Hammock. Samuel and Louisa's marriage is recorded in the Frederick Co., Va Marriage Register. The
minister was John B. Tilden.

Samuel and Louisa appear in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH next to Louisa's brother Michael. The census provided the birth information. Samuel and Louisa also appear in the 1840 and 1860 census of Fairfield Co., OH.

Samuel is listed in a list of delegates to represent Fairfield Co., OH at the Democratic State Convention in the newspaper, The Ohio Eagle (@2). Samuel is listed as being from Walnut Twp. The date was not obtained.

Samuel and Louisa are buried together in the Ashby Cemetery, Berne Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates. Also buried alongside Samuel is his second wife, Nancy S. (died 03 Sep 1874 aged 60 years 6
months).

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.67
2) Ohio Eagle Abstracts by Dorothy Mercy

Louisa married Samuel S. Hammock, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 23 Nov 1824 in Frederick Co., VA. Samuel S. was born 14 Jul 1800 in VA, died 18 Oct 1876 in Fairfield Co., OH, and was buried in Ashby Cemetery, Berne Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 113 M    i. Michael R. Hammack was born about 1827 in VA.

+ 114 M    ii. Daniel R. Hammack was born about 1827 in VA.

Daniel R. married Mary C. Renshaw 10 Jan 1858 in Fairfield Co., OH.

+ 115 F    iii. Mary E. Hammack was born about 1831 in VA.

+ 116 F    iv. Louisa Hammack was born about 1834 in OH.

+ 117 F    v. Amanda C. Hammack was born about 1836 in OH.

+ 118 M    vi. Samuel H. Hammack was born about 1840 in OH.

Samuel H. married Rebecca Nichols 11 Feb 1864 in Fairfield Co., OH.

24. Evelina Harriet Mauck (Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1808 in VA and died in 1866 in Frederick Co., VA.

Evelina Harriet married Solomon S. Harman, son of John Harman and Elizabeth Slusser, 11 Dec 1828 in Frederick Co., VA. Solomon S. was born 10 Nov 1801 in VA, died 07 Sep 1855 in Frederick Co., VA, and was buried in Stephens City, Frederick Co., VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 119 M    i. Benjamin F. Harman was born 06 Oct 1828 in VA, died 24 Jan 1867 in Frederick Co., VA, and was buried in Stephens City, Frederick Co., VA.

+ 120 F    ii. Martha Ellen Harman was born about 1829 in VA.

+ 121 F    iii. Elizabeth Ann Harman was born about 1832 in VA.

+ 122 F    iv. Mary Jane Harman was born about 1836 in Frederick Co., VA.

Mary Jane married James A. Downing 03 Mar 1868 in Stephens City, Frederick Co., VA.

+ 123 F    v. Maria Louisa Harman was born about 1838 in Frederick Co., VA.

Maria Louisa married Thomas H. Totty 07 Dec 1875 in Newtown, Frederick Co., VA.

+ 124 M    vi. John D. Harman was born about 1840 in VA.

+ 125 F    vii. Solina Evalina Harman was born 09 Sep 1847 in VA, died 06 Dec 1849, and was buried in Stephens City, Frederick Co., VA.

Fourth Generation (Great-Grandchildren)


25. Alvy Mauk (George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born from 1811 to 1840.

General Notes: Alvy is identified as a son of George and Elizabeth Mauk in his parent's Wills (@1 & @2). His estimated birth range was obtained from the date of his parents marriage until the date of his father's Will.

Alvey also appears in a deed dated 03 Sep 1840 (@3) when he purchased 14 acres adjacent the land of Mary Bentley in Section 32, Twp 15, Range 16.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #C p.313
2) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #D p.48
3) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #2 p.214

26. Lusy Mauk (George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born from 1811 to 1840.

General Notes: Lusy is identified as a daughter of George and Elizabeth Mauk in her parent's Wills (@1 & @2). Her estimated birth range was obtained from the date of her parents marriage until the date of her father's Will.

Mahala, Eliza, and Luiza Mauk sold their share of their father's land 12 Feb 1844 (@3) in Section 32, Twp 15, Range 14 to their brother Zacheus.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #C p.313
2) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #D p.48
3) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #7 p.333

27. Eveline Mauk (George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born 21 Mar 1824, died 09 Oct 1843, and was buried in Goshen Cemetary, Muskingum Co., OH.

General Notes: Ebeline is identified as a daughter of George and Elizabeth Mauk in her parent's Wills (@1 & @2). Her estimated birth range was obtained from the date of her parents marriage until the date of her father's Will.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #C p.313
2) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #D p.48

28. Mahala Mauk (George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born in 1827 in OH.

General Notes: Mahaley is identified as a daughter of George and Elizabeth Mauk in her parent's Wills (@1 & @2). Her estimated birth range was obtained from the date of her parents marriage until the date of her father's Will.

Mahala, Eliza, and Luiza Mauk sold their share of their father's land 12 Feb 1844 (@3) in Section 32, Twp 15, Range 14 to their brother Zacheus. Mahaley also appears in a deed dated 16 Sep 1847 (@4) when she sold land in Section #29, Twp 15,
Range 14. This deed was witnessed by James Barlow Jr. and the acknowledgement by the court that the land was sold indicates Mahaley was in Morgan Co., OH.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #C p.313
2) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #D p.48
3) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #7 p.333
4) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #18 p.583

29. Michael Mauk (George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born in 1815 in OH.

General Notes: Michael is identified as a son of George and Elizabeth Mauk in his parent's Wills (@1 & @2). Michael is listed in the 1850 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH with his wife Margaret and children Alvah, Stephen W., Francis M., Nancy A.,
Sarah E., and an unnamed female child. He is also adjacent his aunt Rebecca. The census provided the families birth information.

Michael appears in the following Muskingum Co., OH deeds. Dated 12 Feb 1844 (@3) he and Margaret sold their share of Michael's father's land in Section 29, Twp 15, Range 14 to Zacheus Mauk. The witness was James Barlow.

Dated 13 Jan 1845 (@4) Michael and Margaret of Perry Co., OH sold 14 acres at Section #32, Twp 15, Range 14 to Frederick Lenhart. Dated 16 Jan 1845 (@5) Michael Mauk of Perry Co., OH sold land in Section 32, Twp 15, Range 14. Dated 03 Sep
1845 (@6) Michael of Perry Co., OH sold 14 acres in Section 31, Twp 15, Range 14. Dated 16 Sep 1847 (@7) Michael of Perry Co., OH purchased land in Section 29, Twp 15, Range 14 from Mahaley Mauk. The witness was James Barlow. Dated May 1848
(@8) Michael and Margaret of Perry Co., OH sold land in Section 29, Twp 15, Range 14.

Michael also appears in the following Hocking Co., OH deeds. Dated 11 Apr 1842 (@9) Michael of Perry Co., OH purchased 158 acres of land in Section 30, Twp 13, Range 17. This deed was signed by the Mayor of Roseville. Dated 06 Mar 1844 (@10)
Michael and Margaret of Muskingum Co., OH sold 40 acres in Section 25, Twp 11, Range 18.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #C p.313
2) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #D p.48
3) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #7 p.333
4) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #11 p.575
5) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #6 p. 536
6) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #18 p.203
7) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #18 p.353
8) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #18 p.584
9) Hocking Co., OH Deed Book #F p.415
10) Hocking Co., OH Deed Book #G p.508

Michael married Margaret Owens, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, before 1837. Margaret was born 17 Jul 1818 in OH, died 17 Mar 1861, and was buried in Ridge Cemetery, Auglaize Twp, Allen Co., OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 126 M    i. Stephen W. Mauk was born about 1837 in OH.

+ 127 F    ii. Francis M. Mauk was born about 1841 in OH.

+ 128 F    iii. Nancy Ann Mauk was born in 1843 in OH.

Nancy Ann married Elias Popham Irwin 19 Jan 1863 in Allen Co., OH.

+ 129 F    iv. Sarah E. Mauk was born about 1846 in OH.

+ 130 F    v. Female Mauk was born about 1850 in OH.

+ 131 M    vi. Alvah W. Mauk was born in Nov 1837 in OH and died 20 Sep 1916 in Lucas Co., OH.

Alvah W. married Winifred ____________ about 1872.

30. Eliza Mauk (George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1825 in VA.

General Notes: Eliza is identified as a daughter of George and Elizabeth Mauk in her parents Wills (@1 & @2). Eliza's marriage to James Barlow appears in the Muskingum Co., OH marriage records. The Justice of the Peace was W. Anderson. Eliza also appears
as a Barlow in her brother Zacheus' Will (@3).

Eliza appears with her husband James and their children Elizabeth, Eliza, and a male child in the 1850 census of Morgan Co., OH.

Mahala, Eliza, and Luiza Mauk sold their share of their father's land 12 Feb 1844 (@4) in Section 32, Twp 15, Range 14 to their brother Zacheus.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #C p.313
2) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #D p.48
3) Muskingum Co., OH Probate Case #2375 p.248
4) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #7 p.333

Eliza married James Barlow, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 25 Aug 1844 in Muskingum Co., OH. James was born about 1820 in VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 132 F    i. Elizabeth E. Barlow was born about 1846 in OH.

+ 133 F    ii. Eliza E. Barlow was born about 1847 in OH.

+ 134 M    iii. __________ Barlow was born about 1849 in OH.

31. Zacheus Mauk (George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born 04 Jan 1820, died 25 Dec 1845 in OH, and was buried in Goshen Methodist Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH.

General Notes: Zacheus is identified as a son of George and Elizabeth Mauk in his parent's Wills (@1 & @2).

Zacheus' marriage to Susannah is recorded in the Muskingum Co., OH marriage records. The marriage was performed by William Anderson, Justice of the Peace. Assuming they were over 17 years old when they married, their DOB's would likely be
before 1826.

Zacheus purchased his brother's share of the land inherited from his father in Muskingum Co., OH 12 Feb 1844 (@3) in Section 29, Twp 15, Range 14. On the same date he also purchased the shares of land from his father's estate inherited by
Eliza, Luiza, and Mahala Mauk (@4).

Zacheus's Will was filed 09 Mar 1846 (@5). The probate states that he owed money to Michael Mauk and Eliza Barrow, and gives money to Susannah Hays, formerly Susannah Mauk. Susannah's marriage to Joseph Hayes 18 Mar 1847 is recorded in the
Muskingum Co., OH marriage records. The ceremony was performed by J.J. Miller, Justice of the Peace.

In a Muskingum Co., OH deed dated 28 Nov 1846 (@6) Isaac Carter, administrator of the estate of Zacheus Mauk of Muskingum Co., OH, dec'd, sold land in Section #32, Twp #15, Range #14 encumbered by the dower estate of Susannah Mauk. This deed
states Zacheus died intestate and also names Susannah and Erastus Mauk as defendants.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #C p.313
2) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #D p.48
3) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #7 p.333
4) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #7 p.333
5) Muskingum Co., OH Probate Case #2375 p. 248
6) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #12 p.55

Zacheus married Susannah Stoneburner, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 17 Nov 1844 in Muskingum Co., OH. Susannah was born before 1826.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 135 M    i. Erastus Mauk was born after Nov 1846.

32. Eliza Mauk (Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1807 in VA.

General Notes: Eliza is identified as an heir of Anthony Mauk in a Muskingum Co., OH deed dated 18 Mar 1851 (@1). This same deed identifies her husband as Nathan Shutt.

Eliza's marriage to Nathan is reported in the Muskingum Co., OH marriage records. The minister was J. Goshen.

Eliza and Nathan appear in the 1850 census of Hocking Co., OH with their children Sarah, Susannah, and Caroline. The census provided the family birth information.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #19 p.315

Eliza married Nathan Shutt, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 08 Apr 1827 in Muskingum Co., OH. Nathan was born about 1806 in PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 136 F    i. Sarah A. Shutt was born about 1831 in OH.

+ 137 F    ii. Susannah Shutt was born about 1836 in OH.

+ 138 F    iii. Caroline Shutt was born about 1839 in OH.

33. George Mauk (Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1810 in OH.

General Notes: George is identified as an heir of Anthony Mauk in a Muskingum Co., OH deed dated 18 Mar 1851 (@1). The same deed also identifies his wife as Mary A.

George and Mary appear with their children Samuel, John, Sarah, Washington, Julian, William, and Anthony in the 1850 census of Hocking Co., OH. The census provided their birth information.

A REMINISCENCE

by

Julia A. Mauk

June 10, 1922

Four-score years, and more, have passed

Since first I saw the light;

It was early spring when the grass was green,

And the sun shone warm and bright.

The journey has been long and uneven the way,

And heavy affliction's load

But flowers have bloomed, birds have sung,

And friends have cheered along the road.

Now it is evening time,

The sun sinks low in the west.

The journey's end is just over the hill--

It will be sweet to get home and rest.

When overtaken by affliction or old age, and all shut in, not able to work or read but little, and in a measure out off from outside associations and with nothing to do but think, it is then that memory carries us back to the.......

Gold, halcyon, dreaming days,

When life was young and fair,

When all around seemed pure and good,

E'er doubts had centered there.

When growing up from childhood to mature years, and even to old age, it is well to take close observation of things about us, and always look for the things which are best, pure, good, and beautiful along life's journey, and lay up a goodly
store in memory's storehouse, to draw upon for pastime, when the lonely days come to us, and we feel that we are all down and out.

By request, I will try to write a little pioneer reminiscence of the Fairview Community, and the little log church in the southern part of Hocking County, Ohio.

When my parents, George and Mary Mauk, were young, they ran a whiskey distillery for a few years in Morgan County, Ohio. They said they were making lots of easy money and might have become rich by sticking to the business, but they had learned
the nefariousness of the business and said "We will quit and go into the wilderness, and build a home on an honorable foundation."

Therefore, in the spring of 1838, they, with four small children, moved from Morgan County to Hocking County. They bought forty acres of land from Uncle Sam, one mile east of Cedar Falls. They had a cabin home built, and a stable for their
horses and cows, right in the heart of the great forest. When they came, there was no road, not even a footpath leading to their home. From Logan, Ohio, they had to search out the way and cut their roadway as they drove across the hills and
valleys.

Oh, the beauty and grandeur of the mystic woods before the woodsmen came with their axes and saws to cut and slay! There were great oaks which required so many years to grow; white oaks, black oaks, chestnut oaks, and pine oaks; maples,
hickory, walnuts, chestnuts, cherry, and the majestic poplars which grew so straight, smooth and tall above the other trees, and so many kinds of pretty trees and shrubbery, too numerous to name; so many kinds of pretty vines, flowers, grasses,
and the great climbing and spreading grapevine with its clusters of delicious fruit.

In the springtime the woodland hills were pretty, clothed in new green with here and there a dogwood, a wild plum, and a May cherry clothed in pure white, and the crab apple in red, white, and pink. The whole air was redolent with the odor of
bloom and new growth all about.

The woods seemed all alive with the chatter and songs of birds, and the drumming of the pretty little pheasant, which sounded like distant thunder. One had to wonder how such a pretty little fowl could make such a loud sound. Later in the
summer the whole woods were alive with wild pigeons. They would fly in such large flocks it was like a black cloud passing over, and the swish of their wings sounded like a heavy windstorm.

A childhood and youthful ramble among the big trees and bushes, over the hills and along the babbling brooks and down the gorge around the Cedar Falls, gives a thrill of joy to the close observer, which always stays, even down to old age. I
found a trailing arbutus in a secluded place, under the shade of the evergreen trees. I simply absorbed its fragrance and beauty until it became a part of me, and I have it stored away as a memento right from the hand of the Creator. There was
another little beauty, which I fell greatly in love with-- the little myrtle which grows among the rocks, with its pretty green leaves and scarlet berries, trailing so gracefully over the rock. I just wanted to take it home with me and keep it
forever, but it could not live out of its native soils and shady nook. But with a backward look, I can still see it growing there.

When the shades of night had shut out the light of day, it was grand to sit in the cabin door, or on the woodpile outside, and listen to the barking of the fox, and the yowl of the wildcat on the distant hills, the song of the whippoorwill and
the hoo! hoo! of the big horned owl near by. It was their nature to sleep in the day and prowl around at night. The moon and stars were shining and twinkling down, casting a beautiful sheen over all around, making a pretty landscape picture
after night. Then the wonder was, from whence cometh all this life-giving energy? A still small voice seemed to say "It was God above who formed them all." By his creative powers he made the moon, the stars, the earth, and the little fragrant
flowers.

There is beauty in the woodland hills;

There is grandeur in the plains;

There is music in the rippling rills,

And mystery in the mountain chains.

When we can rise up out of self,

And hear God's low sweet voice,

And see his greatness in his works,

It bids our souls rejoice.

"Eye hath not seen, ear hath no heard,"

And nothing on earth can compare

With the beauty and glory of the upper world,

Then what must it be to be there?

Our house was built on the south side of a hill, near the top, with a good view of surrounding hills. There was no dwelling near, or none in sight. It was built of round logs, and was eighteen feet square. It had one window, one door, a
puncheon floor, and an open fireplace in one side, which was built outside to give more space inside. The chimney was topped out with sticks and mud, with a lugpole run through, and a chain attached to it with a hook on the lower end to hang
pots and kettles on, in which to boil and cook things. This was the only room for all household use, accepting the attic, where the boys slept. They like Jacob's angels, which he saw in his dreams, ascended and descended upon a ladder. From the
boy's sleeping attic there grew four honorable and useful citizens. The first was a blacksmith, a carpenter, and farmer, and a natural genius. The second was a doctor. The third was a druggist, and the fourth a preacher. Three of them were
soldiers of the Civil War. One lost a foot in the Battle of Chickamauga.

Matches were not in style among the first pioneers. Each household aimed to keep the home fire burning all the time. If it happened to go out, they took some pine silvers, flax tow, or punk, a flint and a piece of steel a struck a fire from a
spark. It was not so quickly done as with a match, but was more interesting.

There were no fenced-in pasture fields in those days. The owners of stock marked their cattle, sheep, and hogs, and turned them into the free-for-all woods pasture. Each owner had his mark recorded at the county seat. Father's mark was a
swallow-fork in the left ear. Some of the poor animals had both ears pretty much cut away by the mark of their owner. They put a bell on the best leader of the sheep, and that kept the flock together. They put a loud sounding bell on the cow,
so if she did not come home at evening time, they could more easily find her. In the fall the hogs fattened themselves, ready for butchering, on acorns.

The early settlers mostly lived quite a distance apart, but were closely united by the bond of a common brotherhood and sisterhood, and the spirit of helpfulness. As soon as possible they united together and built a little log schoolhouse,
where they sent their children to get book learning, that they might grow up to be more intelligent and useful citizens.

There was a community doctor, a German, by the name of Flaxbeard. He was a good surgeon and a pretty good doctor. There was also a community lady doctor, Mrs. Katie Haas, who looked after the women and babies when they needed help. Henry
Bainter was the "Tooth Doctor." He pulled teeth by the cant hook method. When anyone had a tooth which became an unbearable burden, he could lift it out, root and all, free of charge.

William Large was the first undertaker in that community. He made the coffins to order as needed, of the best cherry or walnut lumber he had. There were no showy caskets, or fine hearses to bear them to the tomb, but the departed ones all
received respectable burial. They received kindly remembrances and flowers while living, when they could appreciate them, rather than having them heaped upon their coffins, and spread upon their newly made mounds in the graveyard. Aaron
Hainesworth, Jr., gave the lot for the cemetery, joining the church lot. His child was the first one buried there, and his wife was next. A few years later, his father, Aaron Hainesworth, Sr., was laid away there in September of 1849, at the
age of 76 years. His works do follow him. He sowed the good seed from which others have gathered a rich harvest. "How blest the righteous when he dies." In the year 1855 his wife, at the age of 78, was laid by his side. On a beautiful
Thanksgiving Day in the year 1888, William Large, after a long and useful life of 99 years and 9 months, was laid away in the Fairview Cemetery, beside his estimable wife, who preceded him thirty years.

The young people were always cheerful and glad. They seemed to get the thrill of joy from living so near to nature, with its great beauty and mystery. They helped to clear the fields, cultivate the crops, and gather in the harvest. By honest
labor, they were casting their mite into the foundation on which our great nation is built. They had their seasons of recreation, and good social times at each others homes. They had spelling schools where they met to spell, and singing schools
where they learned to sing. There were community dances, but church members and the refined class of people never attended them.

In our home, the long winter evenings mostly found us all at home having a pleasant time together with books, slates, pencils, copy books, and goose quill pens, working out the problem of things about us and planning for improvements. Sometimes
Father would play the fife soft and low, and Mother would keep time with the buzz of her little spinning wheel. When bedtime came, Father would read a portion of scripture, or lead in singing some good inspiring hymn, and he or Mother would
offer up a prayer of thanksgiving for past blessings, and a petition for future protection and guidance.

All the people, old and young, were then learning the gospel of labor, thrift and self-reliance, but were lacking, and needing Christ's gospel of the golden rule, the only thing which would lift men and women up to their best selves and make a
community, a state, or a nation a safe and desirable place in which to live.

Aaron Hainesworth, Sr., then living in the community, and filled with a Christian and missionary spirit, went to my parents and asked if he could hold a religious meeting at their home, to which they willingly consented, although they were not
Christians or members of any church, and had very little house room. So he held meetings, and quite a number attended them. He sang and prayed and read the Scriptures and exhorted them to follow its teachings. As the people took quite an
interest in the work, he sent for a preacher to come and help him. One by the name of Brock came and preached for them, and organized a class of six members-- Aaron Hainesworth, Sr., and wife; James Reed and wife, and George Mauk and wife. This
constituted the members of Perry Circuit, Scioto Conference, of the United Brethren Church, and they were entitled to the services of the circuit preacher. The first who came was Reverend McCabe who preached once in four weeks, part of the time
on week days. The people then took time to quit work for a few hours and attend the meetings. Occasionally, they would hold the meetings in the schoolhouse, then school was not in session. Our house was the regular meeting place for about
twelve years-- six years in the cabin. Then Father bought more land and built a larger house of hewed logs, so then we had more room for ourselves and the meeting folks, too. About that time Barney Eidson moved into the community from North
Carolina, and united with the church and they were willing workers, and had the preaching at their house part of the time.

There was a nice little grove only a few rods from his house, where the meetings were held in summer when the weather was fair. Sometimes they would hold a two or three day meeting. At night, they hung their candles and lamps on the bushes to
give light to the audience. Those meetings were mostly true love feasts, and times of rejoicing and spiritual uplift.

Father had the gift of song, and was chosen leader of the singing, which place he filled until he passed away at the age of 73.

The church people had been talking for quite awhile about building a meeting house, and the time had come when something more must be done. So they met at our house and organized a board of trustees and planned for building. Mr. Hainesworth
gave the church lot, the land owners gave the time, and Mr. William Large, who was running a sawmill at Cedar Falls, sawed and finished the lumber. Mr. Stuckey made the shingles for the roof.

They chopped down some of those beautiful, and majestic poplar trees, sawed them into logs for the house. Then they scored and hewed them, and hitched their ox teams to them and dragged them to the place of building. They set a day when they
all met and raised the house. The men did the building and the women prepared the dinner on a rustic table in the woods nearby.

After a time, they secured carpenters to do the roofing, lay the floor, put in the door and windows, make the seats and a stand for the preacher. While they were at work, their wives cooked and carried many dinners one and one-half miles to
feed them. They built a little stone fireplace, where they boiled water and made coffee. Mr. Eidson lived near the church and the workmen went there for dinner part of the time. Much of the work was donated, and all the dinners.

The church was lighted by tallow candles, four on each side, set in blocks nailed to the wall, and two in candlesticks set on the preacher's stand. The janitor went around and snuffed the candles a time or two during services. The evening
services always began at "early candle lighting." The seats were benches made of slabs, without backs, yet no one complained of uncomfortable seats. The pioneers were made up of courage and endurance. While they were trying to make things for
the better, they were also trying to make the best of what they had, and cheer the neighbor by the way.

The church was named "Fairview" on account of its location upon a pretty table land.

Before the church house was ready for services, one night some drunken hunters set the woods on fire nearby and the men and women had to go out and fight fire all night to keep the church from being all burned up. A great forest fire after
night is a fearfully grand sight.

In the spring of 1852, the house was near enough finished to hold meetings in it. The chinks in the wall were not closed up, but the weather was warm, and they could get along very well. We were a happy set. Reverend Cocklin and Reverend
Perkins were the preachers then. In June there was a great spiritual revival and ingathering, and a Sunday School was started up. There was a good attendance at all the services. Some walked, some rode on horseback, and some came in their farm
wagons. There were no buggies or spring wagons. In winter they went in sleds and sleighs. In that age of the world, there were from four to six weeks of good sleighing snow nearly every year. When there was no snow and the nights were dark, the
people lighted themselves on their way with pine torches. It was a pretty sight to see dozens of them bobbing along in the darkness across fields, along footpaths through the woods and along the roads. They looked like so many "will-o'-
The-Wisps." In summer time a little song wren went in through the chinks in the wall and built herself a nest up under the rafters, and one day when we met for worship, she came out and sat on the cross beam and sang the sweetest song I ever
heard in a church. She sang a solo first, and then joined in with the congregational singing.

Our home was the weary itinerant's stopping and resting place. They stopped quite often, and were always welcome. They came with a good cheer, whether sunshine or rain and left with a "God Bless You" till we meet again. They got a share of the
best at hand. The corn pone and biscuits which mother baked by the fire, and the bread and pies baked in the Dutch oven built in the yard, along with the good butter and milk, eggs, fruit, and vegetables, was a meal good and wholesome enough to
set before a king or good Queen Victoria.

I remember one time a preacher by the name of Joe Fink stopped with us for a rest. I was about eight years old. In the evening, we were all sitting in front of a bright hickory wood fire in the open fireplace. I was sitting at one side
listening to the older people talk. The preacher took notice that I had a severe cold on my eyes and nose and said to me, "Sis, I have something here that will help your cold." He took a small bottle from his vest pocket, removed the cork, and
held the bottle to my nose. I took a big whiff. It took my breath and I fell off my chair onto the floor and gave my head a hard bump. Then he laughed and made fun of my big nose, which I did not like, but said nothing, but learned right then
that preachers are just human like other folks. It is well that they can see the funny side of things, to help them over the serious and difficult problems which they have to meet. When I was quite small and would see the preacher coming, I
always knew he was a preacher by his traveling equipment. They all good horses and saddles, leather saddle-bags thrown across the seat of the saddle, and an umbrella strapped to the back part of it. They had cloth leggings buttoned and gartered
around over their trousers to keep them clean, and a rough and ready coat, hat, and gloves. It took over a month to ride around the circuit and fill all the appointments. There were generally two of them--the preacher in charge and his
colleague. The preacher in charge got three hundred dollars a year salary, and his colleague, one hundred dollars. He was always a single man. They and their horses got their lodging and boarding free, as they traveled around the circuit. Those
times nearly all the preachers had a little home of their own somewhere in the hills or on the plains, which they visited occasionally.

Some of the first preachers whom I remember were Reverend Lewis Ambrosia, Reverend Conking, Reverend Perkins, Reverend Waters, Reverend Thorny, Reverend Price, Reverend McDaniel, Reverend Brundage, Reverend John Deaver, Reverend Abe Shessler,
Reverend Romig, and Reverend Barges.

When the Civil War Broke out, so many of the best men an boys went to the rescue. It was very discouraging for those at home. We still had regular preaching and a few optimists kept the fire lighted on the prayer meeting altar.

When the war closed and the men and boys returned home, the people took new courage. But so many never came home, and some came in their caskets. They died for their country, true, loyal, and brave, that all might be free, and none be made
slave. Reverend Noah Lohr came to us fresh from the war, as full of zeal for the salvation of souls as he was for the salvation of our country. We had some great revivals and ingatherings into the church, so that our congregation outgrew the
little log house. Then it was torn away and a new frame built in its place. It was dedicated in the spring of 1868, by Bishop David Edwards.

When memory's vision carries me back

To the happy scenes of childhood,

No place more sacred appears to my view,

Than the little log church in the wildwood.

Where the pioneer families met together,

To worship Jehovah, above,

And tell the sweet story, how Jesus came,

To redeem them from sin, by his love.

They toiled in the field when laborers were few,

And the work was humble and hard;

But they strove with a purpose, strong and true,

To build up the cause of the Lord.

How many of them sleep in the churchyard nearby

Their mortal forms moundering to dust.

Their spirits have gone to the haven of rest,

To the home prepared for the just.

At the end of life's journey there's a home for the soul,

Which the Saviour has gone to prepare,

But those only who strive, and are pure in heart,

Are worthy to enter in there.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #19 p.315

George married Mary A. ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Mary A. was born about 1810 in PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 139 M    i. Samuel S. Mauk was born about 1831 in OH.

+ 140 M    ii. John Mauk was born about 1832 in OH.

+ 141 F    iii. Sarah Mauk was born about 1835 in OH.

+ 142 M    iv. Washington Mauk was born about 1838 in OH.

+ 143 F    v. Julia Ann Mauk was born about 1840 in OH.

+ 144 M    vi. William Mauk was born about 1843 in OH.

+ 145 M    vii. Anthony Mauk was born about 1848 in OH.

34. Anthony Mauk (Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born in 1815.

General Notes: Anthony is identified as an heir of Anthony Mauk in a Muskingum Co., OH deed dated 18 Mar 1851 (@1). The same deed identifies Anthony's wife as Margaret.

Anthony and Margaret's marriage appears in the marriage records of Muskingum Co., OH. The minister was John Reed. Anthony and Margaret's birth dates were estimated assuming they were over 17 years old when they married.

Anthony appears in the following Muskingum Co., OH deeds. Dated 04 Dec 1845 (@2) Anthony Jr. purchased lot #31 in the twp. of Roseville. Dated 24 Apr 1851 (@3) Anthony and Margaret purchased more land in Roseville.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #19 p.315
2) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #11 p.118
3) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #19 p.501

Anthony married Margaret Rose, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 16 Apr 1837 in Muskingum Co., OH. Margaret was born in 1815.

35. Joseph Mauk (Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1821 in OH.

General Notes: Joseph is identified as an heir of Anthony Mauk in a Muskingum Co., OH deed dated 18 Mar 1851 (@1). The same deed identifies Joseph's wife as Jane. Joseph was an executor of the Will of his father Anthony 24 Jun 1850 (@2).

Joseph and Jane appear in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH with their children Sarah, Mary E., and John W. The census provided their birth information.

Joseph and Janes marriage is assumed to be before the birth of their first child in 1837.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #19 p.315
2) Muskingum Co., OH Administration Docket C p.33

Joseph married Jane ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, before 1837. Jane was born about 1819 in OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 146 F    i. Martha A. Mauk was born 24 Sep 1837 in OH, died 09 Sep 1843 in OH, and was buried in Goshen Methodist Cemetery, Newton Twp., OH.

+ 147 F    ii. Sarah Mauk was born about 1845 in OH.

+ 148 F    iii. Mary E. Mauk was born about 1847 in OH.

Mary E. married John W. Williams 02 Dec 1869 in Muskingum Co., OH.

+ 149 M    iv. John W. Mauk was born about 1850 in OH.

John W. married Caroline McLean 02 Apr 1871 in Muskingum Co., OH.

36. Hamilton Lafeyette Mauk (Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born 25 Jun 1825 in Muskingum Co., OH.

General Notes: Hamilton is identified as the son of Anthony and Sarah Mauk in the History of Lucas Co., IA, which also provided his DOB. He also appears in the 1850 census with his wife Mary (25 yrs old b. OH) and children John A. and Samantha, adjacent his
mother.

Hamilton is identified as an heir of Anthony Mauk in a Muskingum Co., OH deed dated 18 Mar 1851 (@1). This same deed identifies his wife as Mary Jane.

The History of Lucas Co., IA provided Hamilton's marriage date, and states that he arrived in Lucas Co., IA in 1854, taught one of the first schools of his neighborhood, owned 115 acres and was a member of the M.E. Church.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #19 p.315

Hamilton Lafeyette married Mary Jane Murray, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 28 Nov 1848. Mary Jane was born about 1825 in VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 150 M    i. John A. Mauk was born about 1850 in OH.

+ 151 F    ii. Samantha Mauk was born about 1850 in OH.

37. William Mauk (Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1828 in OH.

General Notes: William is identified as an heir of Anthony Mauk in a Muskingum Co., OH deed dated 18 Mar 1851 (@1). This same deed identifies his wife as Martha.

William is enumerated in the 1850 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH (22 years old b. OH) with his mother Sarah. William and Martha's marriage appears in the Muskingum Co., OH marriage records. William and Martha appear in the 1860
census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH. Living in the next residence enumerated was Martha Shields, a 63 yr old widow b. in MD. This is assumed to be Martha's mother.

Martha's headstone provided her birth and death information and indicates she was the wife of William.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co. OH Deed Book #19 p.315

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

William married Martha Shields, daughter of Unknown and Martha ____________, 23 Feb 1851 in Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH. Martha was born 04 Mar 1830 in OH, died 21 Nov 1872 in OH, and was buried in Goshen Methodist Cemetery, Newton Twp., OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 152 M    i. John Mauk was born about 1852 in OH, died about 1865 in OH, and was buried in Goshen Methodist Cemetery, Newton Twp., OH.

+ 153 F    ii. Margaret Mauk was born about 1855 in OH.

+ 154 M    iii. Charley Mauk was born about 1858 in OH.

38. Rebecca Mauk (Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born 05 Jan 1831 in Muskingum Co., OH and died 20 Sep 1905 in Lucas Co., IA.

General Notes: Rebecca is identified as an heir of Anthony Mauk in a Muskingum Co., OH deed dated 18 Mar 1851 (@1).

Rebecca is enumerated in the 1850 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH (17 years old b. OH) with her mother Sarah.

The Chariton Leader, Chariton, Iowa

Thursday, September 21, 1905

With sadness the Leader chronicles the death of MRS. REBECCA L. NOLAN of this city, which occurred at her home on Wednesday night, Sept. 20, 1905 at 10:00 o'clock, after an illness of eight months' duration with malignant tumor. During her long
illness she was tenderly cared for by her children and all that medical skill and loving hands could do was done to prolong her life and alleviate her sufferings. Funeral services conducted by Rev. B.F. Miller and Dr. Franklin were held at noon
at 2:30 and were attended by a large concourse of sorrowing relatives and friends. Interment took place in the Chariton Cemetery.

REBECCA L. MAUK, daughter of MR. and MRS. ANTHONY MAUK, was born in Muskingum County, Ohio, on January 5, 1831, and was the youngest of a family of eleven children. She was married to FRANCIS NOLAN on May 1, 1851, and they went from Ohio to
Indiana, where they resided for three years and then came to Lucas County which has since been the family home. MRS. NOLAN was the mother of eight children, only three of whom are living. They are ROBERT of Brookfield, Mo.; EVERETT and MRS.
T.I. WHISENAND of this city. MR. NOLAN passed away 39 years ago.

The life of MRS. NOLAN was in complete harmony with her religious profession, she having been an active and zealous member of the M.E. Church for over 48 years. Her generous nature was ever giving itself out for the good of others, and she
leaves in the city an influence for good which will be felt in the years to come. She had a host of loyal, devoted friends, who unite in mourning her death as a loss to the whole community and in extending heartfelt sympathy to the grief
stricken relatives.

Rebecca married Francis Nolan, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 01 May 1851 in Muskingum Co., OH. Francis died about 1866.

39. Julia Mauk (Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born before 1843.

General Notes: Julia is identified as an heir of Anthony Mauk in a Muskingum Co., OH deed dated 18 Mar 1851 (@1). This same deed identifies her husband as Curtis H. James. Assuming she was 18 when she married her birthdate would have to have been before
1843.

In the marriage records of Muskingum Co. Curtis H. James married Francis Ann Mauk 10 Jan 1841. It's not known if this is another Mauk, or another name for Julia.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #19 p.315

40. Mary C. Mauk (Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born before 1843.

General Notes: Mary C. is identified as an heir of Anthony Mauk in a Muskingum Co., OH deed dated 18 Mar 1851 (@1). This same deed identifies her husband as Alfred McFarlane.

Assuming she was 18 when she married she would have had to be born before 1843.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #19 p.315

41. William Bentley (Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born 05 Apr 1818, died 07 Jan 1884, and was buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH.

General Notes: William is identified as a son of Alfred and Mary Bentley in his mother's Will (@1). William's marriage is recorded in the Muskingum Co., OH marriage records. William and Elizabeth appear in the 1850 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH,
which provided William's occupation.

William, Elizabeth, and their children are buried adjacent each other in the Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH. Their tombstones provided their birth and death information.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #C p.30

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Carpenter.

William married Elizabeth Brown, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 24 Sep 1840 in Muskingum Co., OH. Elizabeth was born 24 Aug 1821, died 13 Dec 1900, and was buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 155 M    i. George W. Bentley was born about 1841 in OH.

+ 156 F    ii. Mary J. Bentley was born about 1843 in OH.

+ 157 M    iii. Josephus Bentley was born 03 Apr 1844, died 24 Nov 1862, and was buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH.

+ 158 F    iv. Susannah Bentley was born 13 Feb 1847, died 21 Sep 1862, and was buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH.

+ 159 F    v. Sarah A. Bentley was born about 1847 in OH.

+ 160 F    vi. Caroline M. Bentley was born about 1849 in OH.

+ 161 M    vii. Alford Bentley was born 11 Dec 1856, died 13 Sep 1877, and was buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH.

42. Eliza Bentley (Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1823 in OH.

General Notes: Eliza is identified as a daughter of Alfred and Mary Bentley in her mother's Will (@1). Eliza's marriage appears in the Muskingum Co., OH marriage records. Eliza and Washington appear in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census
provided their birth data and Washington's occupation.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #C p.30

Eliza married Washington Sniff, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 05 Oct 1843 in Muskingum Co., OH. Washington was born about 1820 in OH.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Millwright.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 162 M    i. John Sniff was born about 1844 in OH.

+ 163 M    ii. William Sniff was born about 1846 in OH.

+ 164 F    iii. Emma Sniff was born about 1848 in OH.

43. Elizabeth Bentley (Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1820 in OH.

General Notes: Elizabeth is identified as a daughter of Alfred and Mary Bentley in her mother's Will (@1). Elizabeth's marriage appears in the Muskingum Co., OH marriage records. Elizabeth and Josephus appear in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The
census provided their birth data.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #C p.30

Elizabeth married Josephus Powell, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 15 Sep 1836 in Muskingum Co., OH. Josephus was born about 1816 in OH.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 165 F    i. Mary J. Powell was born about 1837 in OH.

+ 166 F    ii. Mandy E. Powell was born about 1842 in OH.

+ 167 F    iii. Susan Powell was born about 1845 in OH.

+ 168 F    iv. Martha Powell was born about 1848 in OH.

44. Harriet Bentley (Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1826 in OH.

General Notes: Harriet is identified as a daughter of Alfred and Mary Bentley in her mother's Will (@1). Harriet's marriage appears in the Muskingum Co., OH marriage records. Robert and Harriet appear in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH with their
children. The census provided their birth data.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #C p.30

Harriet married Robert Sears, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 18 Jan 1845 in Muskingum Co., OH. Robert was born about 1824 in OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 169 F    i. Vestichnora Sears was born about 1845 in OH.

+ 170 F    ii. Sarah M. Sears was born about 1847 in OH.

+ 171 M    iii. Oscar A. Sears was born in Jul 1850.

45. Jacob Mauk (Jacob3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born from 1817 to 1849.

General Notes: Jacob is identified as a son of Jacob and Rebecca in his father's Will. His birth range was estimated from the date of his parents marriage until the date of his father's Will.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #D p.354

46. Sarah Anna Mauk (Jacob3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born from 1817 to 1831.

General Notes: Sarah is identified as a daughter of Jacob and Rebecca is her father's Will (@1). The Will also provides her married name and husband as executor of Jacob's Will. Sarah's estimated birth range was obtained from the date of her parents
marriage and the date of her father's Will, assuming she was over 17 years of age when she married.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #D p.354

47. David Mauk (Jacob3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born 08 May 1822 in OH, died 25 Feb 1903, and was buried in Roseville Cemetary, Muskingum Co., OH.

General Notes: David is identified as a son of Jacob and Rebecca in his father's Will (@1). David is listed in the 1850 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH with his mother and his wife and children. The census provided his family's birth information.
David and Margaret also appear in the 1860 census of Newton Twp.

David and Margaret are bured together in the Roseville cemetary in Muskingum Co., OH. Their headstones provided their dates of birth and death.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Will Book #D p.354

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

David married Margaret Ann Stover, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, before 1848. Margaret Ann was born 09 Mar 1824 in OH, died 19 Feb 1906, and was buried in Roseville Cemetary, Muskingum Co., OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 172 F    i. Minerva Mauk was born about 1848 in OH.

+ 173 F    ii. Amanda Mauk was born about 1850 in OH.

48. William Frederick Bean (Mary Mauck3, Frederick2, Frederick1) was born 17 Dec 1806.

General Notes: All of the information on Frederick was obtained from The Bean Genealogy Vol II by Clark Williams.

49. John Bean (Mary Mauck3, Frederick2, Frederick1) was born 22 Jan 1807.

General Notes: All of the information on John was obtained from The Bean Genealogy Vol II by Clark Williams.

50. Alvin Bean (Mary Mauck3, Frederick2, Frederick1) was born in 1810.

General Notes: All of the information on Alvin was obtained from The Bean Genealogy Vol II by Clark Williams.

51. Marian Bean (Mary Mauck3, Frederick2, Frederick1) was born 14 May 1814.

General Notes: All of the information on Marian was obtained from The Bean Genealogy Vol II by Clark Williams.

52. Elizabeth Jane Bean (Mary Mauck3, Frederick2, Frederick1) was born 01 Apr 1816.

General Notes: All of the information on Elizabeth was obtained from The Bean Genealogy Vol II by Clark Williams.

53. William M. Bean (Mary Mauck3, Frederick2, Frederick1) was born 07 May 1818.

General Notes: All of the information on William was obtained from The Bean Genealogy Vol II by Clark Williams.

54. Barbara Ann Bean (Mary Mauck3, Frederick2, Frederick1) was born 28 Feb 1820 and died 20 Jul 1902.

General Notes: All of the information on Barbara was obtained from The Bean Genealogy Vol II by Clark Williams.

55. Oma Bean (Mary Mauck3, Frederick2, Frederick1) was born 28 Nov 1821.

General Notes: All of the information on Oma was obtained from The Bean Genealogy Vol II by Clark Williams.

56. Mary Ann Bean (Mary Mauck3, Frederick2, Frederick1) was born 17 Jun 1823.

General Notes: All of the information on Mary Ann was obtained from The Bean Genealogy Vol II by Clark Williams.

57. Mary Louisa Bean (Mary Mauck3, Frederick2, Frederick1) was born 24 Sep 1825.

General Notes: All of the information on Mary Louisa was obtained from The Bean Genealogy Vol II by Clark Williams.

58. Michael Supinger (Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1827 in VA.

General Notes: Michael appears in the 1850 census of Rockbridge, VA with his father. The census provided his birth information. Michael and Hannah appear in the birth records of their children. Their marriage is reported in the Rockbridge Co., VA marriage
records, which identified their parents. The marriage was performed by Jacob Winters.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Carpenter.

Michael married Hannah M. Yorkshire 13 Mar 1856 in Rockbridge Co., VA. Hannah M. was born before 1839.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 174 F    i. E.V.W. Supinger was born 09 Feb 1857 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 175 M    ii. James W. Supinger was born 26 Nov 1858 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 176 M    iii. Zachariah W. Supinger was born 29 Dec 1867 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 177 F    iv. Lucy L. Supinger was born in May 1872 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

59. Rebecca Supinger (Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1829 in VA.

General Notes: Rebecca appears in the 1850 census of Rockbridge, VA with her father. The census provided her birth information.

60. Elizabeth E. Supinger (Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 21 Mar 1835 in Rockbridge Co., VA, died 20 Jun 1913 in Rockbridge Co., VA, and was buried in Bethseda Cemetery, Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Elizabeth appears in the 1850 census of Rockbridge, VA with her father. The census provided her birth information.

Elizabeth's marriage to Samuel Little is recorded in the marriage records of Rockbridge Co., VA. The marriage record provided their parents info and Samuel's occupation. The marriage was performed by R.J. Taylor.

Elizabeth's death is recorded in the Rockbridge Co., VA Death register. The record provided her middle initial, birth and death information. It also identifies her parents as Abraham Supinger and _____ Mauk and indicates her place of burial.

Elizabeth E. married Samuel Little 05 Dec 1871 in Rockbridge Co., VA. Samuel was born before 1853.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Carpenter.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 178 M    i. Joe Little was born in Apr 1872 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 179 M    ii. William A. Little was born in Jan 1874 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 180 F    iii. Silena Ellen Little was born 07 Apr 1875 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 181 M    iv. Charles H. Little was born 05 Feb 1877 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

61. Evaline H. Supinger (Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1837 in VA.

General Notes: Eveline appears in the 1850 census of Rockbridge, VA with her father. The census provided her birth information. Evaline's marriage to William was found in the marriage records of Rockbridge Co., VA. The marriage info provided her parents
and his occupation. It did not indicate his parents. The marriage was performed by W.W. Trimble. The birth record of several of their children indicate William became a farmer on Hay's Creek, Rockbridge Co., VA.

Evaline H. married William A. Little, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 22 Jan 1857 in Rockbridge Co., VA. William A. was born before 1840.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Carpenter.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 182 F    i. J. Ann Little was born in Oct 1857 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 183 F    ii. Elizabeth E. Little was born in Nov 1859 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 184 M    iii. Fletcher Little was born in Mar 1869 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 185 F    iv. Mary Caroline Little was born 19 Apr 1875 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

62. Frances E. Supinger (Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1840 in VA.

General Notes: Frances appears in the 1850 census of Rockbridge, VA with her father. The census provided her birth information. Frances's marriage to Samuel was obtained from the marriage records of Rockbridge Co., VA. The marriage identified their parents
and was performed by W.W. Trimble. The birth records of their daughters identify Frances as Fannie and their father's occupation.

Frances E. married Samuel H. Mohler 29 Oct 1863 in Rockbridge Co., VA. Samuel H. was born before 1846.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Blacksmith.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 186 F    i. C.S. Mohler was born 03 Nov 1866 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 187 F    ii. Elizabeth E. Mohler was born 21 Sep 1864 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

63. Robert Supinger (Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1842 in VA.

General Notes: Robert appears in the 1850 census of Rockbridge, VA with his father. The census provided his birth information.

64. Mary Jane Supinger (Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born before 1844.

General Notes: Mary is identified as a daughter of Abraham and Barbara by her Rockbridge Co., VA marriage record to Alfred, which also identified his parents and occupation. The marriage was performed by W.W. Trimble.

Mary Jane married Alfred A. McCurdy, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 24 Apr 1860 in Rockbridge Co., VA. Alfred A. was born before 1844.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 188 F    i. Barbara A. McCurdy was born 19 Oct 1864 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 189 M    ii. Calvin A. McCurdy was born 09 Apr 1874 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 190 M    iii. Charlie T. McCurdy was born in Mar 1869 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 191 F    iv. Elizabeth F. McCurdy was born 30 Nov 1860 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 192 M    v. John L. McCurdy was born in Dec 1861 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 193 F    vi. Nettie Sue McCurdy was born 08 Jan 1868 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 194 M    vii. Robert J. McCurdy was born 19 May 1866 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

+ 195 M    viii. William Silvester McCurdy was born 15 Feb 1871 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

65. Mary Mauck (Frederick George3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 10 Feb 1813 and died 29 Aug 1849.

General Notes: Mary is identified as a daughter of Frederick and Eve in Capon Valley Volume 2 by Pugh which quotes its source as the bible records of Frederick's son Frederick, her brother. The book also provided her birth information.

Mary is also listed in the book The Frederick George Mauck Family by Lillian Virginia Davis, wife of the grandson of Frederick George Mauck, grandson of Michael and Barbara, This book provided her birth and death information.

66. Anthony Kline Mauck (Frederick George3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 23 Feb 1815 and died 01 Sep 1850.

General Notes: All of Anthony's information was obtained from the book The Frederick George Mauck Family by Lillian Virginia Davis, wife of the grandson of Frederick George Mauck, grandson of Michael and Barbara,

67. Rebecca Ann Mauck (Frederick George3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 11 Dec 1815.

General Notes: All of Rebecca's information was obtained from the book The Frederick George Mauck Family by Lillian Virginia Davis, wife of the grandson of Frederick George Mauck, grandson of Michael and Barbara,

68. Michael William Mauck (Frederick George3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 24 May 1819 and died 22 Dec 1850.

General Notes: Michael is identified as a son of Frederick and Eve in Capon Valley Volume 2 by Pugh which quotes its source as the bible records of Frederick's son Frederick, his brother. The book also provided his birth information.

Michael is also listed in the book The Frederick George Mauck Family by Lillian Virginia Davis, wife of the grandson of Frederick George Mauck, grandson of Michael and Barbara, This book provided his birth and death information.

69. John Jacob Mauck (Frederick George3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 22 Feb 1822.

General Notes: John is identified as a son of Frederick and Eve in Capon Valley Volume 2 by Pugh which quotes its source as the bible records of Frederick's son Frederick, his brother. The book also provided his birth information.

John is also listed in the book The Frederick George Mauck Family by Lillian Virginia Davis, wife of the grandson of Frederick George Mauck, grandson of Michael and Barbara, This book also provided his birth information.

70. Louisa Jane Mauck (Frederick George3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 21 Feb 1824 and died 09 Jul 1849.

General Notes: All of Louis's information was obtained from the book The Frederick George Mauck Family by Lillian Virginia Davis, wife of the grandson of Frederick George Mauck, grandson of Michael and Barbara,

71. Frederick George Mauck (Frederick George3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 25 Nov 1827, was baptized in Rio, WV, died 19 Aug 1916, and was buried in Rio, WV.

General Notes: Frederick is identified as a son of Frederick and Eve in Capon Valley Volume 2 by Pugh which quotes its source as the bible records of Frederick's son Frederick, his brother. The book also provided his birth and marriage information.

Frederick's birth and death information was also obtained from the book The Frederick George Mauck Family by Lillian Virginia Davis, wife of the grandson of Frederick George Mauck, grandson of Michael and Barbara,

Frederick George married Sarah Catherine Wilson, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Sarah Catherine was born 07 Jun 1836.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 196 M    i. John F. Mauck was born about 1861 in VA, died in Jan 1950, and was buried in Reformed Church Cemetary, Cearfoss, MD.

72. James Jackson Mauk (Frederick George3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 07 Aug 1829, died in 1890, and was buried in New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery, Audrain Co., MO.

General Notes: James is identified as a son of Frederick and Eve in Capon Valley Volume 2 by Pugh which quotes its source as the bible records of Frederick's son Frederick, his brother. It also provided his birth date. James and Mariam's death information
was provided by their headstones.

James Jackson married Mariam Glaze, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Mariam was born in 1839, died in 1924, and was buried in New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery, Audrain Co., MO.

73. Nancy Jane Larrick (Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born from 1816 to 1829.

General Notes: Nancy is identified as a daughter of Joseph and Nancy Larrick in a Frederick Co., VA guardian bond dated 28 Feb 1831. Her birth range was obtained from the date of the marriage of her parents until the date of Michael Mauck's Will.

74. John M. Larrick (Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1817 in VA.

General Notes: John is identified as a son of Joseph and Nancy Larrick in a Frederick Co., VA guardian bond dated 28 Feb 1831. John M.'s marriage to Margaret appears in the Frederick Co., VA marriage records. The marriage was performed by John Allemong who
was a minister with the Methodist Episcopal Church (@1). The bondsman was John's father, Joseph.

John, Margaret and their children appear in the 1850 census of Frederick Co., VA. The census provided their birth information and his occupation.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Findings Vol. 1 p.55

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

John M. married Margaret Guyer, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 10 Dec 1840 in Frederick Co., VA. Margaret was born about 1821 in England.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 197 M    i. Joseph G. Larrick was born about 1841 in VA.

+ 198 F    ii. Mary J. Larrick was born about 1844 in VA.

+ 199 M    iii. James F. Larrick was born about 1846 in VA.

+ 200 F    iv. Ann E. Larrick was born about 1848 in VA.

75. Archibald Larrick (Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1820 in Frederick Co., VA.

General Notes: Archibald is identified as a son of Joseph and Nancy Larrick in a Frederick Co., VA guardian bond dated 28 Feb 1831.

Archibald appears in the 1850 census of Frederick Co., VA with his brothers Jacob and Arthur, and his stepmother Elizabeth, and in the 1860 census of Frederick Co., VA. The census provided his birth information and occupation.

Archibald's marriage to Harriet appears in the Frederick Co., VA marriage records. The marriage was performed by A.S. Gibbons. This record provided their birth information and Harriet's parents.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Archibald married Harriet Aby 08 Nov 1860 in Frederick Co., VA. Harriet was born about 1832 in Frederick Co., VA.

76. Jacob F. Larrick (Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1822 in VA.

General Notes: Jacob is identified as a son of Joseph and Nancy Larrick in a Frederick Co., VA guardian bond dated 28 Feb 1831. Jacob appears in the 1850 census of Frederick Co., VA with his brothers Arthur and Archibald, and his stepmother Elizabeth. The
census provided his birth information and occupation.

Jacob's marriage to Susan appears in the marriage records of Frederick Co., VA. The marriage was performed by David Trout, minister. David Trout was a minister with the Methodist Church (@1).

Jacob appears with his wife Susan in the 1860 census of Frederick Co., VA, which provided his occupation as an Inn Keeper, and the 1870 census of Frederick Co., VA as a Farmer.

Research Notes: 1) Marriage Records of Warren Co., VA by Rebecca Good & Joan Hackett

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer, Inn Keeper.

Jacob F. married Susan A. Wilderson, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 09 Jan 1851 in Frederick Co., VA. Susan A. was born about 1821 in VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 201 F    i. Sarah M. Larrick was born about 1853 in VA.

+ 202 F    ii. Laura E. Larrick was born about 1854 in VA.

+ 203 M    iii. James W. Larrick was born about 1856 in VA.

+ 204 M    iv. Hugh H. Larrick was born about 1858 in VA.

77. Barbara Ann Larrick (Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1824 in VA.

General Notes: Barbara is identified as a daughter of Joseph and Nancy Larrick in a Frederick Co., VA guardian bond dated 28 Feb 1831. Barbara's marriage to Thomas is recorded in the Frederick Co., VA marriage records. The minister was John Allemong and the
bondsman was Thomas's brother Charles D. Shambaugh.. John Allemong was a minister with the Methodist Episcopal Church (@1).

Thomas and Barbara appear in the 1850 census of Warren Co., VA adjacent Thomas's parents, Jacob and Mary Shambaugh.. The census provided their birth information.

Of interest is Jacob Shambaugh, father of Thomas, was probably the brother of Daniel Shambaugh. Daniel Shambaugh's daughter Abigail married Jacob Mauck, son of Daniel Mauck and Rebecca Baker. These two Mauck lines were two different lines and
their relationship is not known.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Findings Vol. 1 p.55

Barbara Ann married Thomas E. Shambaugh, son of Jacob Shambaugh and Mary ____________, 30 Nov 1843 in Frederick Co., VA. Thomas E. was born about 1822 in VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 205 F    i. Mary E. Shambaugh was born about 1848 in VA.

+ 206 F    ii. Ann E. Shambaugh was born about Jan 1850 in VA.

78. Arthur Larrick (Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1826 in VA.

General Notes: Arthur is identified as a son of Joseph and Nancy Larrick in a Frederick Co., VA guardian bond dated 28 Feb 1831. Arthur appears in the 1850 census of Frederick Co., VA with his brothers Jacob and Archibald, and his stepmother Elizabeth. The
census provided his birth information and occupation.

79. Louisa Barrow (Rebecca Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born from 1813 to 1830.

General Notes: Louisa is identified as the daughter of Abraham Barrow and Rebecca Mauck in the Will of her grandfather Michael Mauck. Her birth range is estimated between the date of her parents marriage and her gandfather's Will.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.67

80. Fanny Moore (Rebecca Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 11 May 1819 and died 02 Oct 1903.

General Notes: All of the information on Fanny was obtained from "The Moore Family" by McClelland.

Fanny married John H. McClelland, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. John H. was born 27 Jan 1808 and died 05 Jul 1891.

81. James Harvey Moore (Rebecca Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 15 Dec 1820 and died 05 Aug 1873.

General Notes: All of the information on James was obtained from "The Moore Family" by McClelland.

82. Barbara Jane Moore (Rebecca Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 03 Dec 1822 and died 30 Nov 1917.

General Notes: All of the information on Barbara was obtained from "The Moore Family" by McClelland.

Barbara Jane married Eliphalet Beekley, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Eliphalet was born 16 Jun 1817 and died 11 Sep 1896.

83. Michael Moore (Rebecca Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 01 Sep 1824 and died 11 Oct 1896.

General Notes: All of the information on Michael was obtained from "The Moore Family" by McClelland.

84. Maza Amanda Moore (Rebecca Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 02 Nov 1826, died 26 May 1846, and was buried in Indian Hill Cemetery, Hamilton Co., OH.

General Notes: All of the information on Maza was obtained from "The Moore Family" by McClelland.

85. Catherine Moore (Rebecca Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 06 Oct 1828, died 13 Apr 1831, and was buried in Indian Hill Cemetery, Hamilton Co., OH.

General Notes: All of the information on Catherine was obtained from "The Moore Family" by McClelland.

86. Tirzah Rebecca Moore (Rebecca Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 20 Aug 1830 and died 14 Nov 1919.

General Notes: All of the information on Tirzah was obtained from "The Moore Family" by McClelland.

Tirzah Rebecca married Ebenezer Hyde, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Ebenezer was born 09 Dec 1818 and died 03 Oct 1903.

87. Margaret Moore (Rebecca Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 17 Oct 1832 and died 20 May 1919.

General Notes: All of the information on Margaret was obtained from "The Moore Family" by McClelland.

88. John Huff Moore (Rebecca Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 31 Aug 1834 and died 03 Oct 1929.

General Notes: All of the information on John was obtained from "The Moore Family" by McClelland.

89. Abigail Stipp (Maria Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 11 Sep 1818 in Indian Creek Twp., Lawrence Co., IN and died 01 Apr 1896 in Pleasant Run Twp., Lawrence Co., IN.

General Notes: All of the data on Abigail was obtained from the records of Preston and Ruth James of Cottonwood, AZ. The only cited source was her marriage which was obtained from the Lawrence Co., IN marriage records.

Josiah's age was estimated assuming he was over 17 when he married.

Abigail married Josiah Trogdon, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 13 Oct 1842 in Lawrence Co., IN. Josiah was born before 1824.

90. Michael Stipp (Maria Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 25 Jun 1820 in Lawrence Co., IN and died 16 Apr 1907 in Pleasant Run Twp., Lawrence Co., IN.

General Notes: All of the data on Michael and his wives was obtained from the records of Preston and Ruth James of Cottonwood, AZ. The only cited source was his marriage which was obtained from the Lawrence Co., IN marriage records.

Michael married America Ramsey, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 05 Mar 1846 in Lawrence Co., IN. America was born 25 Oct 1827.

91. Louisa Stipp (Maria Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 05 Nov 1822 in Lawrence Co., IN and died 08 Nov 1865 in Pleasant Run Twp., Lawrence Co., IN.

General Notes: All of the data on Abigail was obtained from the records of Preston and Ruth James of Cottonwood, AZ. Elijah's age was estimated assuming he was over 17 when he married.

Louisa married Elijah McKnight, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 04 Nov 1841 in Lawrence Co., IN. Elijah was born before 1823.

92. George Stipp (Maria Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 16 Nov 1824 in Lawrence Co., IN and died after 1884.

General Notes: All of the data on George was obtained from the records of Preston and Ruth James of Cottonwood, AZ. The only cited source was his marriage which was obtained from the Lawrence Co., IN marriage records. Mary's age was estimated assuming she was
over 17 when she married.

George married Mary A. McFadden, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 11 Jan 1848 in Lawrence Co., IN. Mary A. was born before 1830.

93. James A. Stipp (Maria Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 18 Jan 1825 in IN and died 07 Mar 1901 in Pleasant Run Twp., Lawrence Co., IN.

General Notes: All of the data on James was obtained from the records of Preston and Ruth James of Cottonwood, AZ. The only cited source was his marriage which was obtained from the Lawrence Co., IN marriage records. Rebecca's age was estimated assuming she
was over 17 when she married.

James A. married Rebecca Knight, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 24 Mar 1857 in Lawrence Co., IN. Rebecca was born before 1840.

94. Naomi Stipp (Maria Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 15 Mar 1830 in IN and died 08 Oct 1850 in Pleasant Run Twp., Lawrence Co., IN.

General Notes: All of the data on Naomi was obtained from the records of Preston and Ruth James of Cottonwood, AZ. The only cited source was her marriage which was obtained from the Lawrence Co., IN marriage records. Joseph's age was estimated assuming he was
over 17 when he married.

Naomi married Joseph McKnight, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 21 Mar 1850 in Lawrence Co., IN. Joseph was born before 1832.

95. Elizabeth "Betsey" Stipp (Maria Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 20 Oct 1832 in IN and died 16 Nov 1855 in Pleasant Run Twp., Lawrence Co., IN.

General Notes: All of the data on Elizabeth was obtained from the records of Preston and Ruth James of Cottonwood, AZ. The only cited source was her marriage which was obtained from the Lawrence Co., IN marriage records. John's age was estimated assuming he
was over 17 when he married.

Elizabeth "Betsey" married John Rogers, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 22 Sep 1853 in Lawrence Co., IN. John was born before 1835.

96. Martha Ann Stipp (Maria Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 17 Apr 1837 in IN and died 25 Jan 1894 in Monroe Co., IN.

General Notes: All of the data on Martha was obtained from the records of Preston and Ruth James of Cottonwood, AZ. Williams's age was estimated assuming he was over 17 when he married.

Martha Ann married William McFadden, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 18 Mar 1856 in Monroe Co., IN. William was born before 1838.

97. John Oscar Stipp (Maria Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 21 Sep 1838 in IN and died in 1913 in Monroe Co., IN.

General Notes: All of the data on John was obtained from the records of Preston and Ruth James of Cottonwood, AZ. Sarah's age was estimated assuming she was over 17 when she married.

John Oscar married Sarah L. Horner, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, about 1862. Sarah L. was born about 1844.

98. Mary Eliza Mauck (Michael3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born before 1832.

General Notes: Mary is identified as a daughter of Michael and Juliet/Juliann in a Fairfield Co., OH deed (@1) dated 15 Jun 1850 when they received 4 acres in Section 27, Twp. 18, Range 16 from her parents.

Mary's marriage to Aaron appears in the Fairfield Co., OH marriage records. Their birth was estimated assuming they were over 17 when married.

Mary's brother, Newton, wrote a short family history which appears in the "Centennial Biographical History of Franklin Co., OH" on p.518. In it he identifies his sister Eliza as the wife of Aaron Kagy and stated Eliza and Aaron lived in
Ottawa, IL.

Research Notes: 1) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #17 p.585

Mary Eliza married Aaron A. Kagy, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 08 Nov 1849 in Fairfield Co., OH. Aaron A. was born before 1832.

99. John William Mauck (Michael3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1832 in OH.

General Notes: John is listed with his parents in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH which provided his birth information.

John's marriage to Ellen appears in the Fairfield Co., OH marriage records. Her birth was estimated assuming she was over 17 when married.

William's brother, Newton, wrote a short family history which appears in the "Centennial Biographical History of Franklin Co., OH" on p.518. In it he states that his brother William resided on a farm in Westerville.

John William married Ellen Karenn, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 19 Apr 1857 in Fairfield Co., OH. Ellen was born before 1840.

100. Amanda Catherine Mauck (Michael3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1834 in OH.

General Notes: Amanda is listed with her parents in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH which provided her birth information.

Amanda's marriage to Elijah appears in the Fairfield Co., OH marriage records. His birth was estimated assuming he was over 17 when married. The marriage record provided Amanda's middle name.

Amanda's brother, Newton, wrote a short family history which appears in the "Centennial Biographical History of Franklin Co., OH" on p.518. In it he states that his sister Amanda married Elijah Warner and that Amanda and Elijah lived in IL.

Amanda Catherine married Elijah Warrner, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 11 Nov 1852 in Fairfield Co., OH. Elijah was born before 1834.

101. Marshall Mauck (Michael3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1836 in OH and died in 1882 in Lancaster Co., OH.

General Notes: Marshall is listed with his parents in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH which provided his birth information.

Marshall's marriage to Sarah appears in the Fairfield Co., OH marriage records. Marshall and Sarah appear in the 1860 census of Muskingum Co., OH, which provided their birth dates and Marshall's occupation.

On 08 Jan 1872 Marshall and Sarah A. sold 12 acres in Fairfield Co., OH (@1) to Samuel Hammack, who was married to Marshall's aunt Louisa.

On 04 Aug 1874 Marshall and Sarah A. received land in Pleasantville (@2) from the estate of William L. Buchanan, who is identified as Sarah's father.

Marshall's brother, Newton, wrote a short family history which appears in the "Centennial Biographical History of Franklin Co., OH" on p.518. In it he states that his brother Marshall died in Lancaster Co., OH in 1882.

Research Notes: 1) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #37 p.128
2) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #42 p.613

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Hotel Keeper.

Marshall married Sarah A. Buchanan, daughter of William L. Buchanan and Unknown, 06 May 1858 in Fairfield Co., OH. Sarah A. was born about 1837 in OH.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 207 M    i. Alonzo Mauck was born about 1858 in OH.

102. Margaret Mauck (Michael3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1838 in OH.

General Notes: Margaret is listed with her parents in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH which provided her birth information.

Margaret's marriage to Jacob appears in the Fairfield Co., OH marriage records. Margaret is referred to as Maggie. Margaret and Jacob appear in the 1860 census of Pleasant Twp., Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided his age and occupation.

Margaret's brother, Newton, wrote a short family history which appears in the "Centennial Biographical History of Franklin Co., OH" on p.518. In it he states that his sister Margaret married Jacob Bryant and that Margaret and Jacob lived in
CA.

Margaret married Jacob Bryant, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 23 Nov 1858 in Fairfield Co., OH. Jacob was born about 1832 in OH.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Blacksmith.

103. Lydia O. Mauck (Michael3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1840 in OH.

General Notes: Lydia is listed with her parents in the 1850 and 1860 census of Fairfield Co., OH which provided her birth information.

Lydia's brother, Newton, wrote a short family history which appears in the "Centennial Biographical History of Franklin Co., OH" on p.518. In it he states that his sister Sydney married Henry Yontz and that Henry and Sydney lived in Columbia
City, IN. Newton described each of his siblings in order of birth, which would indicate Lydia was also known as Sydney.

104. Louisa H. Mauck (Michael3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1842 in OH and died before 1900.

General Notes: Louisa is listed with her parents in the 1850 and 1860 census of Fairfield Co., OH which provided her birth information.

Louisa's brother, Newton, wrote a short family history which appears in the "Centennial Biographical History of Franklin Co., OH" on p.518. In it he states that his sister Lucy married a Mr. Decona, a banker of Harrisonville, MO, and that Lucy
was deceased.

105. Jacob M. Mauck (Michael3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1844 in OH.

General Notes: Jacob is listed with his parents in the 1850 and 1860 census of Fairfield Co., OH which provided his birth information.

Jacob's brother, Newton, wrote a short family history which appears in the "Centennial Biographical History of Franklin Co., OH" on p.518. In it he states that his brother Jacob served under Colonel Lage for the Union forces in the Civil War
and was captured and held prisoner in Andersonville prison in GA.

106. Francis Marion Mauck (Michael3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1846 in OH.

General Notes: Francis is listed with his parents in the 1850 and 1860 census of Fairfield Co., OH which provided his birth information.

Francis's brother, Newton, wrote a short family history which appears in the "Centennial Biographical History of Franklin Co., OH" on p.518. In it he states that his brother Francis worked as a conductor on the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne, and
Chicago railroad and resided in Fort Wayne, IN.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Conductor.

107. Newton H. Mauck (Michael3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 11 Jan 1848 in Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: Newton is listed with his parents in the 1850 and 1860 census of Fairfield Co., OH.

Newton wrote a short family history which appears in the "Centennial Biographical History of Franklin Co., OH" on p.518. Newton stated he was a conductor on the Panhandle Railroad and resided in Columbus, OH. He provided his birth date and
location, and stated he was born on his father's farm. Newton related that when he was 12 years old his family moved to Kerkersville, OH. He also provided his marriage info and that he started work as a brakeman for the same railroad company
26 Nov 1887.

Julia's age was estimated assuming she was over 17 years old when she married.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a RR Conductor.

Newton H. married Julia A. Taylor, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 24 Nov 1881 in Dennison, OH. Julia A. was born before 1864.

108. Medora A. Mauck (Michael3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1850 in OH.

General Notes: Medora is listed with her parents in the 1850 and 1860 census of Fairfield Co., OH which provided her birth information.

109. James Henry Mauck (George3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born from 1821 to 1830.

General Notes: James is identified as a son of George and grandson of Michael in Michael's Will (@1). James's birth range was obtained from the date of the marriage of his parents until the date of his grandfather's Will.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p. 67

110. Abraham Peck Mauck (George3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born from 1821 to 1830.

General Notes: Abraham is identified as a son of George and grandson of Michael in Michael's Will (@1). Abraham's birth range was obtained from the date of the marriage of his parents until the date of his grandfather's Will.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.67

111. Robert Mauck (George3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born from 1821 to 1830.

General Notes: Robert is identified as a son of George and grandson of Michael in Michael's Will (@1). Robert's birth range was obtained from the date of the marriage of his parents until the date of his grandfather's Will.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.67

112. Michael George Mauck (George3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born from 1821 to 1830.

General Notes: Michael is identified as a son of George and grandson of Michael in Michael's Will (@1). Michael's birth range was obtained from the date of the marriage of his parents until the date of his grandfather's Will.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #16 p.67

113. Michael R. Hammack (Louisa Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1827 in VA.

General Notes: Michael is listed with his parents in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information.

114. Daniel R. Hammack (Louisa Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1827 in VA.

General Notes: Daniel is listed with his parents in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information. Daniel and Mary's marriage appears in the Fairfield Co., OH marriage records. The marriage was performed by William C.
Files. Daniel and Mary appear in the 1860 census of Fairfield Co., OH, which provided her birth data and his occupation. In 1850 and 1860 Daniel lived in the residence of Catherine Hull.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Daniel R. married Mary C. Renshaw, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 10 Jan 1858 in Fairfield Co., OH. Mary C. was born about 1842 in OH.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 208 F    i. Alice Hammack was born about 1858 in OH.

115. Mary E. Hammack (Louisa Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1831 in VA.

General Notes: Mary is listed with her parents in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

116. Louisa Hammack (Louisa Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1834 in OH.

General Notes: Louisa is listed with her parents in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth information. Louisa's marriage to Solomon appears in the Pioneer Period and People of Fairfield Co., OH by Wiseman, p.203. This book
states Solomon was the son of George. It does not provide a date for the marriage.

117. Amanda C. Hammack (Louisa Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1836 in OH.

General Notes: Amanda is listed with her parents in the 1850 and 1860 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

118. Samuel H. Hammack (Louisa Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1840 in OH.

General Notes: Samuel is listed with his parents in the 1850 and 1860 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information. Samuel's marriage to Rebecca appears in the Fairfield Co., OH marriage records. The marriage was performed by W.M.
Mullenix. Rebecca's age was estimated assuming she was over 17 when married.

Samuel H. married Rebecca Nichols, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 11 Feb 1864 in Fairfield Co., OH. Rebecca was born before 1847.

119. Benjamin F. Harman (Evelina Harriet Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 06 Oct 1828 in VA, died 24 Jan 1867 in Frederick Co., VA, and was buried in Stephens City, Frederick Co., VA.

General Notes: Benjamin is identified as a son of Solomon and Evelina Harman in his mother's Will (@1). Benjamin appears with his parents in the 1850 census of Frederick Co., VA, which provided his birth information.

Benjamin's death is reported in the Frederick Co., VA Death Register which provided his age at the time of his death and the fact he never married. Benjamin is buried adjacent his father in the Old Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church Cemetery
in Stephens City, Frederick Co., VA. His headstone has only his name.

120. Martha Ellen Harman (Evelina Harriet Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1829 in VA.

General Notes: Martha is identified as a daughter of Solomon and Evelina Harman in her mother's Will (@1). Martha appears with her parents in the 1850 census of Frederick Co., VA, which provided her birth information.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #28 p.171

121. Elizabeth Ann Harman (Evelina Harriet Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1832 in VA.

General Notes: Elizabeth is identified as a daughter of Solomon and Evelina Harman in her mother's Will (@1). Elizabeth appears with her parents in the 1850 census of Frederick Co., VA, which provided her birth information.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #28 p.171

122. Mary Jane Harman (Evelina Harriet Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1836 in Frederick Co., VA.

General Notes: Mary is identified as a daughter of Solomon and Evelina Harman in her mother's Will (@1). Mary appears with her parents in the 1850 census of Frederick Co., VA, which provided her birth information.

Mary's marriage to James Downing appears in the Frederick Co., VA marriage records, which provided their age, place of birth, his parents, occupation, and their marriage data. The marriage was performed by John Allemong, a minister with the
Methodist Church (@2).

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #28 p.171
2) Frederick Findings Vol.1 p.55

Mary Jane married James A. Downing 03 Mar 1868 in Stephens City, Frederick Co., VA. James A. was born about 1824 in Fauquier Co., VA.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

123. Maria Louisa Harman (Evelina Harriet Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1838 in Frederick Co., VA.

General Notes: Maria is identified as a daughter of Solomon and Evelina Harman in her mother's Will (@1). Maria appears with her parents in the 1850 census of Frederick Co., VA, which provided her birth information.

Maria's marriage to Thomas Totty appears in the Frederick Co., VA marriage records, which provided their birth data, marriage data, his parents and occupation. It also indicates he was a widower. The marriage was performed by Reverend J.F.
Campbell.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #28 p.171

Maria Louisa married Thomas H. Totty 07 Dec 1875 in Newtown, Frederick Co., VA. Thomas H. was born about 1828 in Mecklinburg Co., VA.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Tailor.

124. John D. Harman (Evelina Harriet Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1840 in VA.

General Notes: John is identified as a son of Solomon and Evelina Harman in his mother's Will (@1). John appears with his parents in the 1850 census of Frederick Co., VA, which provided his birth information.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #28 p.171

125. Solina Evalina Harman (Evelina Harriet Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 09 Sep 1847 in VA, died 06 Dec 1849, and was buried in Stephens City, Frederick Co., VA.

General Notes: Solina is identified as a daughter of Solomon and Evelina Harman in her mother's Will (@1) in 1866.

Evalina is buried adjacent her father in the Old Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church Cemetery, Stephens City, Frederick Co., VA. Her headstone provided her birth and death dates.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #28 p.171


Fifth Generation (Great Great-Grandchildren)


126. Stephen W. Mauk (Michael4, George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1837 in OH.

General Notes: Stephen is listed in the 1850 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH with his parents. The census provided his birth information.

127. Francis M. Mauk (Michael4, George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1841 in OH.

General Notes: Francis is listed in the 1850 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH with her parents. The census provided her birth information.

128. Nancy Ann Mauk (Michael4, George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born in 1843 in OH.

General Notes: Nancy is listed in the 1850 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH with her parents. The census provided her birth information.

Nancy Ann married Elias Popham Irwin, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 19 Jan 1863 in Allen Co., OH. Elias Popham was born in 1835 in OH.

129. Sarah E. Mauk (Michael4, George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1846 in OH.

General Notes: Sarah is listed in the 1850 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH with her parents. The census provided her birth information.

130. Female Mauk (Michael4, George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1850 in OH.

General Notes: This unnamed girl is listed in the 1850 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH with her parents. The census provided her birth information.

131. Alvah W. Mauk (Michael4, George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born in Nov 1837 in OH and died 20 Sep 1916 in Lucas Co., OH.

General Notes: Alvah is listed in the 1850 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH with his parents. The 1900 census Spencer Twp., Allen Co., OH provided his and his wife's birth information. Death information is from Ohio Death records.

Alvah W. married Winifred ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, about 1872. Winifred was born in Dec 1840 in OH.

132. Elizabeth E. Barlow (Eliza Mauk4, George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1846 in OH.

General Notes: Elizabeth appears with her parents in the 1850 census of Morgan Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

133. Eliza E. Barlow (Eliza Mauk4, George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1847 in OH.

General Notes: Eliza appears with her parents in the 1850 census of Morgan Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

134. __________ Barlow (Eliza Mauk4, George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1849 in OH.

General Notes: This boy appears with his parents in the 1850 census of Morgan Co., OH. The census provided his birth information. The name was illegible.

135. Erastus Mauk (Zacheus4, George W.3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born after Nov 1846.

General Notes: In a Muskingum Co., OH deed dated 28 Nov 1846 (@6) Isaac Carter, administrator of the estate of Zacheus Mauk of Muskingum Co., OH, dec'd, sold land in Section #32, Twp #15, Range #14 encumbered by the dower estate of Susannah Mauk. This deed
states Zacheus died intestate and also names Susannah and Erastus Mauk as defendants.

Research Notes: 1) Muskingum Co., OH Deed Book #12 p.55

136. Sarah A. Shutt (Eliza Mauk4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1831 in OH.

General Notes: Sarah appears with her parents Nathan and Eliza in the 1850 census of Hocking Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

137. Susannah Shutt (Eliza Mauk4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1836 in OH.

General Notes: Susannah appears with her parents Nathan and Eliza in the 1850 census of Hocking Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

138. Caroline Shutt (Eliza Mauk4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1839 in OH.

General Notes: Caroline appears with her parents Nathan and Eliza in the 1850 census of Hocking Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

139. Samuel S. Mauk (George4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1831 in OH.

General Notes: Samuel appears in the 1850 census of Hocking Co., OH with his parents George and Mary. The census provided his birth information.

140. John Mauk (George4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1832 in OH.

General Notes: John appears in the 1850 census of Hocking Co., OH with his parents George and Mary. The census provided his birth information.

141. Sarah Mauk (George4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1835 in OH.

General Notes: Sarah appears in the 1850 census of Hocking Co., OH with her parents George and Mary. Her birth information was provided by the census.

142. Washington Mauk (George4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1838 in OH.

General Notes: Washington appears in the 1850 census of Hocking Co., OH with his parents George and Mary. The census provided his birth information.

143. Julia Ann Mauk (George4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1840 in OH.

General Notes: Julian appears in the 1850 census of Hocking Co., OH with her parents George and Mary. Her birth information was provided by the census.

144. William Mauk (George4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1843 in OH.

General Notes: William appears in the 1850 census of Hocking Co., OH with his parents George and Mary. The census provided his birth information.

145. Anthony Mauk (George4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1848 in OH.

General Notes: Anthony appears in the 1850 census of Hocking Co., OH with his parents George and Mary. The census provided his birth information.

146. Martha A. Mauk (Joseph4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born 24 Sep 1837 in OH, died 09 Sep 1843 in OH, and was buried in Goshen Methodist Cemetery, Newton Twp., OH.

General Notes: Martha is identified as a daughter of Joseph and Jane Mauk on her headstone, which also provided her dates of birth and death.

147. Sarah Mauk (Joseph4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1845 in OH.

General Notes: Sarah appears with her parents Joseph and Jane in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

148. Mary E. Mauk (Joseph4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1847 in OH.

General Notes: Mary appears with her parents Joseph and Jane in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

Mary's marriage to John appears in the Muskingum Co., OH marriages. It is assumed John was at least 18 when he married.

Mary E. married John W. Williams, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 02 Dec 1869 in Muskingum Co., OH. John W. was born before 1851.

149. John W. Mauk (Joseph4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1850 in OH.

General Notes: John appears with his parents Joseph and Jane in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided his birth information.

John's marriage to Caroline appears in the Muskingum Co., OH marriage records. It is assumed she was at least 18 at the time of her marriage.

John W. married Caroline McLean, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 02 Apr 1871 in Muskingum Co., OH. Caroline was born before 1853.

150. John A. Mauk (Hamilton Lafeyette4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1850 in OH.

General Notes: John is enumerated in the 1850 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH with his parents Hamilton and Mary, which provided his age and the fact that Samantha was his twin.

151. Samantha Mauk (Hamilton Lafeyette4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1850 in OH.

General Notes: Samantha is enumerated in the 1850 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH with her parents, Hamilton and Mary, which provided her age and the fact that John was her twin.

152. John Mauk (William4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1852 in OH, died about 1865 in OH, and was buried in Goshen Methodist Cemetery, Newton Twp., OH.

General Notes: John is identified as a son of William and Martha on his headstone which indicates he died at the age of 13 years, 7 months, and 25 days. It did not provide his birth or death date. John appears with his parents in the 1860 census of Newton
Twp., Muskingum Co., OH, which indicated his age as 8 yrs old. His death date was estimated 13 years from this birth estimate.

153. Margaret Mauk (William4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1855 in OH.

General Notes: Margaret appears with her parents, William and Martha, in the 1860 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

154. Charley Mauk (William4, Anthony3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1858 in OH.

General Notes: Charley appears with his parents, William and Martha, in the 1860 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided his birth data.

155. George W. Bentley (William Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1841 in OH.

General Notes: George appears with his parents, William and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided his birth data.

156. Mary J. Bentley (William Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1843 in OH.

General Notes: Mary appears with her parents, William and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

157. Josephus Bentley (William Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born 03 Apr 1844, died 24 Nov 1862, and was buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH.

General Notes: Josephus appears with his parents, William and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. Josephus is buried adjacent his parents. His headstone provided his birth and death information.

158. Susannah Bentley (William Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born 13 Feb 1847, died 21 Sep 1862, and was buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH.

General Notes: Susan appears with her parents, William and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her age as 5 yrs old. Susannah is buried adjacent her parents. Her headstone provided her birth and death information.

159. Sarah A. Bentley (William Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1847 in OH.

General Notes: Sarah appears with her parents, William and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

160. Caroline M. Bentley (William Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1849 in OH.

General Notes: Caroline appears with her parents, William and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

161. Alford Bentley (William Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born 11 Dec 1856, died 13 Sep 1877, and was buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Muskingum Co., OH.

General Notes: Alford is buried adjacent his parents, William and Elizabeth. His headstone provided his birth and death information.

162. John Sniff (Eliza Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1844 in OH.

General Notes: John appears with his parents, Washington and Eliza, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided his birth data.

163. William Sniff (Eliza Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1846 in OH.

General Notes: William appears with his parents, Washington and Eliza, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided his birth data.

164. Emma Sniff (Eliza Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1848 in OH.

General Notes: Emma appears with her parents, Washington and Eliza, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

165. Mary J. Powell (Elizabeth Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1837 in OH.

General Notes: Mary appears with her parents, Josephus and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

166. Mandy E. Powell (Elizabeth Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1842 in OH.

General Notes: Mandy appears with her parents, Josephus and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

167. Susan Powell (Elizabeth Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1845 in OH.

General Notes: Susan appears with her parents, Josephus and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

168. Martha Powell (Elizabeth Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1848 in OH.

General Notes: Martha appears with her parents, Josephus and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

169. Vestichnora Sears (Harriet Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1845 in OH.

General Notes: Vestichnora appears with her parents, Robert and Harriet, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

170. Sarah M. Sears (Harriet Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1847 in OH.

General Notes: Sarah appears with her parents, Robert and Harriet, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

171. Oscar A. Sears (Harriet Bentley4, Mary "Polly" Mauk3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born in Jul 1850.

General Notes: Oscar appears with his parents, Robert and Harriet, in the 1850 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census indicates Oscar's age as 1 month old. The census was taken in August 1850.

172. Minerva Mauk (David4, Jacob3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1848 in OH.

General Notes: Minerva is listed with her parents in the 1850 and 1860 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

173. Amanda Mauk (David4, Jacob3, Mathias2, Frederick1) was born about 1850 in OH.

General Notes: Amanda is listed with her parents in the 1850 and 1860 census of Newton Twp., Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

174. E.V.W. Supinger (Michael Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 09 Feb 1857 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: E.V.W. is identified as a daughter of Michael and Hannah by the Rockbridge Co., VA Birth Register, which provided her birth data.

175. James W. Supinger (Michael Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 26 Nov 1858 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: James is identified as a son of Michael and Hannah by the Rockbridge Co., VA Birth Register, which provided his birth data.

176. Zachariah W. Supinger (Michael Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 29 Dec 1867 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Zachariah is identified as a son of Michael and Hannah by the Rockbridge Co., VA Birth Register, which provided his birth data.

177. Lucy L. Supinger (Michael Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born in May 1872 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Lucy is identified as a daughter of Michael and Hannah by the Rockbridge Co., VA Birth Register, which provided her birth data.

178. Joe Little (Elizabeth E. Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born in Apr 1872 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Joe is identified as a son of Samuel and Elizabeth by his Rockbridge Co., VA Birth record, which provided his birth data.

179. William A. Little (Elizabeth E. Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born in Jan 1874 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: William is identified as a son of Samuel and Elizabeth by his Rockbridge Co., VA Birth record, which provided his birth data.

180. Silena Ellen Little (Elizabeth E. Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 07 Apr 1875 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Silena is identified as a daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth by her Rockbridge Co., VA Birth record, which provided her birth data.

181. Charles H. Little (Elizabeth E. Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 05 Feb 1877 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Charles is identified as a son of Samuel and Elizabeth by his Rockbridge Co., VA Birth record, which provided his birth data.

182. J. Ann Little (Evaline H. Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born in Oct 1857 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: J. Ann is identified as a daughter of William and Evaline by her Rockbridge Co., VA Birth record, which provided her birth data.

183. Elizabeth E. Little (Evaline H. Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born in Nov 1859 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Elizabeth is identified as a daughter of William and Evaline by her Rockbridge Co., VA Birth record, which provided her birth data.

184. Fletcher Little (Evaline H. Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born in Mar 1869 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Fletcher is identified as a son of William and Evaline by his Rockbridge Co., VA Birth record, which provided his birth data.

185. Mary Caroline Little (Evaline H. Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 19 Apr 1875 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Mary is identified as a daughter of William and Evaline by her Rockbridge Co., VA Birth record, which provided her birth data.

186. C.S. Mohler (Frances E. Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 03 Nov 1866 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: C.S. is identified as a daughter of Samuel and Fannie by her Rockbridge Co., VA Birth record, which provided her birth data.

187. Elizabeth E. Mohler (Frances E. Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 21 Sep 1864 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Elizabeth is identified as a daughter of Samuel and Fannie by her Rockbridge Co., VA Birth record, which provided her birth data.

188. Barbara A. McCurdy (Mary Jane Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 19 Oct 1864 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Barbara is identified as a child of Alfred & Mary Jane by the Rockbridge Co., VA birth records, which provided the birth date.

189. Calvin A. McCurdy (Mary Jane Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 09 Apr 1874 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Calvin is identified as a child of Alfred & Mary Jane by the Rockbridge Co., VA birth records, which provided the birth date.

190. Charlie T. McCurdy (Mary Jane Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born in Mar 1869 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Charlie is identified as a child of Alfred & Mary Jane by the Rockbridge Co., VA birth records, which provided the birth date.

191. Elizabeth F. McCurdy (Mary Jane Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 30 Nov 1860 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Elizabeth is identified as a child of Alfred & Mary Jane by the Rockbridge Co., VA birth records, which provided the birth date.

192. John L. McCurdy (Mary Jane Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born in Dec 1861 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: John is identified as a child of Alfred & Mary Jane by the Rockbridge Co., VA birth records, which provided the birth date.

193. Nettie Sue McCurdy (Mary Jane Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 08 Jan 1868 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Nettie is identified as a child of Alfred & Mary Jane by the Rockbridge Co., VA birth records, which provided the birth date.

194. Robert J. McCurdy (Mary Jane Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 19 May 1866 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: Robert is identified as a child of Alfred & Mary Jane by the Rockbridge Co., VA birth records, which provided the birth date.

195. William Silvester McCurdy (Mary Jane Supinger4, Barbara Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born 15 Feb 1871 in Rockbridge Co., VA.

General Notes: William is identified as a child of Alfred & Mary Jane by the Rockbridge Co., VA birth records, which provided the birth date.

196. John F. Mauck (Frederick George4, Frederick George3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1861 in VA, died in Jan 1950, and was buried in Reformed Church Cemetary, Cearfoss, MD.

General Notes: Cumberland Evening Times, Tuesday, January 24, 1950

John F. Mauck:

Fulton, Md. - John Frederick Mauck, 89, died Sunday morning at the

home of his son, William W. Mauck, here.

He was born in Wardensville, W Va, the son of the late Frederick

and Sarah (Wilsott) Mauck. A former resident of Morgansville, he had

lived in Washington County 38 years.

He was a member of Trinity United Brethern Church, State Line.

Besides his son, William, he is survived by three other sons, J.

Anthony Mauck, Dayton, Ohio and Henry C. Mauck and George W. Mauck,

Morgansville, and two daughters, Mrs. Cordelia I. Ringer, Hagerstown,

and Mrs. Mary Davis, Rio, W VA,,, Mrs. Lou Wilkens and Mrs. Almeda

Griffin, Romney, W Va, and three brothers, Orlando C. Mauck, Green

Sprints; James W. Mauck, Hagerstown.

Services were held this afternoon at the A. K. Coffman Funeral Home

with Rev. M.W. Brechbiel officiating . Interment was in the Reformed

Church cemetery near Cearfoss.

197. Joseph G. Larrick (John M. Larrick4, Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1841 in VA.

General Notes: Joseph appears with his parents, Joseph and Margaret, in the 1850 census of Frederick Co., VA. The census provided his birth information.

198. Mary J. Larrick (John M. Larrick4, Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1844 in VA.

General Notes: Mary appears with her parents, Joseph and Margaret, in the 1850 census of Frederick Co., VA. The census provided her birth information.

199. James F. Larrick (John M. Larrick4, Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1846 in VA.

General Notes: James appears with his parents, Joseph and Margaret, in the 1850 census of Frederick Co., VA. The census provided his birth information.

200. Ann E. Larrick (John M. Larrick4, Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1848 in VA.

General Notes: Ann appears with her parents, Joseph and Margaret, in the 1850 census of Frederick Co., VA. The census provided her birth information.

201. Sarah M. Larrick (Jacob F. Larrick4, Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1853 in VA.

General Notes: Sarah appears with her parents, Jacob and Susan, in the 1860 and 1870 census of Frederick Co., VA. The census provided her birth data.

202. Laura E. Larrick (Jacob F. Larrick4, Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1854 in VA.

General Notes: Laura appears with her parents, Jacob and Susan, in the 1860 and 1870 census of Frederick Co., VA. The census provided her birth data.

203. James W. Larrick (Jacob F. Larrick4, Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1856 in VA.

General Notes: James appears with his parents, Jacob and Susan, in the 1860 and 1870 census of Frederick Co., VA. The census provided his birth data.

204. Hugh H. Larrick (Jacob F. Larrick4, Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1858 in VA.

General Notes: Hugh appears with his parents, Jacob and Susan, in the 1860 and 1870 census of Frederick Co., VA. The census provided his birth data.

205. Mary E. Shambaugh (Barbara Ann Larrick4, Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1848 in VA.

General Notes: Mary is listed with her parents, Thomas and Barbara, in the 1850 census of Warren Co., VA. The census provided her birth information.

206. Ann E. Shambaugh (Barbara Ann Larrick4, Nancy Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about Jan 1850 in VA.

General Notes: Ann is listed with her parents, Thomas and Barbara, in the 1850 census of Warren Co., VA. The census, taken in July 1850, indicates her age as 6 months old and born in VA.

207. Alonzo Mauck (Marshall4, Michael3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1858 in OH.

General Notes: Alonzo appears with his parents, Marshall and Sarah, in the 1860 census of Muskingum Co., OH. The census provided his birth data.

208. Alice Hammack (Daniel R. Hammack4, Louisa Mauck3, Michael2, Frederick1) was born about 1858 in OH.

General Notes: Alice appears with her parents, Daniel and Mary, in the 1860 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.


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