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A sense of place : northwest and west central Ohio

by Mary Mae Campbell
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Lima, Ohio : M.M. Campbell, 1982-1986
3 v. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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To view a digital version of Vol. 1 of this item click here.

To view a digital version of Vol. 2 of this item click here.

To view a digital version of Vol. 3 of this item click here.

James Death (1720-1797) and his brothers, William and John, emigrated from England and settled in Baltimore (now Harford) County, Maryland, in 1742. He married Sophia Simmons (1716-1795) in 1746. They had five children, 1748-1762. The family migrated to Fayette County, Pennsylvania, in 1777, with his brothers' families. James and Sophia Death died in Fayette County. Descendants listed lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Minnesota, and elsewhere. Most descendants spelled their name Dearth.

Albert Elmer Campbell (1875-1941) of Cranberry, Ohio, son of Isaac A. Campbell (1843-1915) and Isabelle Cook Campbell (1847-1923), and Emma Estelle Laibe (1881-1967) of Columbus Grove, Ohio, daughter of Edward J. Laibe (1860-1846) and Mary Basingter Laibe (1862-1945), were married in 1901. They had nine children, 1901-1919, born in Allen and Putnam Counties, Ohio. Descendants lived in Ohio and elsewhere.

Peter Weaver (1766-1851) emigrated from Germany to America, probably in 1787. According to family tradition, he lived awhile in Pennsylvania, then migrated to Maryland, where he married Elizabeth Whitmer (1774-1863). They were living in Rockingham County, Virginia, by 1780. They had three sons, 1800-1811, born in Virginia. Peter and Elizabeth Weaver are buried in Smith Cemetery, Lima, Ohio. Descendants listed lived in Ohio, Missouri, Virginia, Kansas, and elsewhere.

Bibliography: v. 1, p. 109; v. 2, p. 135; v. 3, p. 351.

Contents: v. 1. Death, D'Eath, Dearth family in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Ohio, 1742-1982 -- v. 2. Northwest Ohio - Cook, Peck, Campbell, Mason, Laibe, and related families, 1620-1985 : Isaac Campbell, Isabelle Cook Campbell -- v. 3. Virginia to Ohio and states West - Descendants of Peter Weaver and J. Jacob Kopp and related families, 1787-1966 : the wilderness trail, Virginia to Allen County, Ohio.

Includes some descendants of William Death (1724-1793), brother of James Death. Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and elsehwere.

Includes the Mason and other related families. Also includes the Cook, Laibe, and other ancestral families of Albert Elmer and Emma Estelle Laibe Campbell.

Includes the Culp, Cupp, Early, and other related families.

Vol. three includes its own index.

Also available on microfilm and digital images.

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