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David Frederick and Mary E. Young were married in Gallia county September 23, 1856.  He is a farmer in Springfield township, and was born in Columbiana county, Ohio March 21, 1835, moving to this county the following year with his parents, Henry and Hannah (Ewens) Frederick.  His wife was born in Columbiana count, Ohio, June 14, 1832, and came to this county with her parents, Richard and Sarah (Bard) Young, in 1844.  She is the mother of four children:  William H. H., born June 21, 1857, lives in Gallia county; Sarah E. (Kelly), February 8, 1860, resides in Gallia county; John M., March 9, 1865, at home; Dora M., February 8, 1872, at home.  Mr. Frederick formerly held the office of school director for twelve years.  He is at present supervisor, which office he has held for several years.  Address Heatly post office, Gallia county, Ohio. . [SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882 - Tr. by A. Parks]


Henry Frederick
Was born in Columbiana county, Ohio, June 8, 1812, and was married in the same county, May 17, 1834, to Hannah Ewing, who was also born in Columbiana county, January 2, 1815. They are parents of the following children: David, born March 21, 1835, resides in Gallia county, Ohio; Joseph, July 26, 1836, resides in Mississippi; Jacob, November 1, 1837, resides in this county; Sarah A. (Jackson), June 9, 1839, resides in this county; Nancy M., October 9, 1840, died October 20, 1841; Margaret J., July 31, 1842, died July 6, 1863; Lydia E. (Fee), November 27, 1843, resides in this county; John C., October 13, 1845, resides in Price county, Ohio; Malinda A. (Warner), April 22, 1847, resides in Gallia county, Ohio; Noah, August 27, 1848, resides in Mississippi; Mary S., December 10, 1850, resides in this county; William H., July 15, 1852, resides in this county; Hannah E., September 19, 1854, died September 22, 1855; George W., August 30, 1856, resides in this county. The father of Henry, George Frederick was born in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, July 6, 1775, and died in Gallia county, Ohio, June 11, 1840. Barbary (Smith) Frederick, the mother of Henry, was also born in Pennsylvania September 20, 1778, and she died in Columbiana county, Pennsylvania, June 20, 1866. Henry Frederick's great-grandfather, Noah Frederick, emigrated from Germay and settled in Lancaster county Pennsylvania, and while plowing in the field one day, (two of his sons being with him, one named Thomas, seven years old, and a younger brother whose name is not known), the Indians came and killed the old gentleman, and took his sons as prisoners. Thomas, the oldest, was released with the treaty with the French. His mother could not recognize him only by a scar on the back of his neck. The youngest brother was never heard of to this day. Thomas was a prisoner among the Indians fourteen years, during seven years of which time he never saw a piece of bread, living entirely on fish, game, roots and herbs. The parents of Mrs. Frederick are Joseph and Sarah (Gilbert) Ewing. Mrs. Frederick had two brothers in the late war named George and John Ewing. Mr. Frederick is located in Morgan township, where he carries on a farm. He came to the county in 1837, his parents having preceded him a year. His postoffice address is Eno, Gallia county, Ohio.  [SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882 - Tr. by A. Parks]


Earl M Fulton
Son of William and Jane (Lotherage) Fulton, who came to this county at a very early date, was born in Gallia county, April 17, 1828. He married in Meigs county, Ohio, in 1865, Eliza Jane Gorby, born in Columbiana county, Ohio, August 9, 1838, a daughter of Jacob and Ann Heustis Gorby. Their children are as follows; Frank L., born August 19, 1866, resides at home; Maggie F., February 28, 1868, at home; Marcus A., December 20, 1870, killed by a tree falling on him while cutting it down, April 12, 1881; Samuel E., May 18, 1876; Sylvester H., May 16, 1878; Irma J., April 15, 1881 - last three at home. Mrs. Fulton was previously married to William Gorby, who died June 30, 1864. The children by this marriage are: Alfaratta, born April 29, 1862; Willmetta, July 20, 164, died August 17, 1866. Mary E. Malaby was the first wife of Mr. Fulton; she died May 28, 1864. Her children were: Celeste, born June 17, 1850, in Ross county, Ohio; John R, July, 1852, teaching in Gallia county; Mary L., November, 1854, in this county; William L., March 4, 1857, in Madison county, Ohio; La Fayette, June 5, 1859, in Fayette county; Alfred N., May, 1860, deceased 1863; Bettie F., March 17, 1864, in this county. John R., has been teaching school about eight years. He obtained his education in a district school by hard studying, and is now teaching with success, being liked by all his acquaintances. Earl M. Fulton is a farmer, and his postoffice address Addison, Gallia county, Ohio. [SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.c]

 





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