genealogy of the andrew powell family Commemorating the 100th Anniversar y Reunion of the Andrew Powell Family August 5, 2000 CONTENTS Foreword, by W. Gene Powell....................................................................................................................................................v Introduction, by H. Eugene Powell (as it first appeared in 1985) ............................................................................................vii Genealogies from Phillip Powell (3) through Andrew Powell (6) ............................................................................................xii Key to the Genealogical Numbering System .............................................................................................................................xiv History of the Andrew Powell Family, by Homer K. Powell (as it first appeared in 1952).......................................................xvii The genealogical record of the Andrew Powell Family Children of Andrew Powell and his first wife Phebe Ann Yates: Emily Dreisbach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Theodore Powell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Franklin Powell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Priscilla DeLong . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 Elijah Powell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Sherman Powell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Children of Andrew Powell and his second wife Caroline Dotson: Sarah Ellen (Ella) Hamlin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55 Ellsworth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63 Charles Powell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69 Sullivan Powell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73 Huntington Powell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79 Jennie Troutner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87 Homer Powell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103 Children of Andrew Powell and his third wife Sarah Ann Fellers Longbrake: Inez Yates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 James Powell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117 Photo order form (photo taken at the Andrew Powell 100th Reunion, August 5, 2000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131 iii FOREWORD It’s been four years since I first began work on this publication. At that time, I was simply retyping the History of the Andrew Powell Family by Homer Powell in an effort to preserve my fading copy. That manuscript has been included in this record and is of particular interest in that it provides a first-hand account of life on the Andrew Powell farm along with some colorful anecdotes of Homer’s siblings. It was during this preservation effort that I volunteered to update the genealogy for the 100th reunion, a task that proved to be a lesson in patience and perseverance (family history not withstanding). I wish to thank all the members of the Andrew Powell family who contributed to this work by sending me their own family records – they are the real reason for it’s completion. Also included in this book are the introductory pages from the 1985 genealogy (The Blue Book), something I felt would provide some perspective to this volume for those who may not be familiar with the former work or with genealogical nomenclature (via the decimal system) in general. I’d also like to thank Howard Troutner and the reunion committee members of 1985 who compiled the first thousand names. Their careful record keeping served as my guide through this endeavor. Like them, I’ve done my best to ensure a high degree of accuracy. Although mistakes and omissions are inevitable, they are certainly not intentional. Lastly, I’d like to thank the reumion committee for their support and guidance. It is their wish that this chronicle serve for many years to educate and inspire future generations of the Andrew Powell family. W. Gene Powell (220.127.116.11) July, 2000 v Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family The following introduction first appeared in “A Pictorial Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family; Commemorating 300 Years of the Powell American Heritage 1685-1985”. Written by H. Eugene Powell (13.1), it portrays some of the “pre-history” of the Andrew Powell family and sites some of the written works by other family members. Nine years ago, for the Andrew Powell Family 76th Annual Reunion, August 29, 1976, this writer prepared Bicentennial Notes on the Philip Powell Family History. Appended was a map showing the “Powell Trace” from Wales to Ohio for six generations from William (1), an immigrant in 1685, to Andrew (6), who came to Hancock County, Ohio, with his father Samuel (5). Twenty-four years later Andrew’s grandfather Peter (4) also moved from Fairfield County to Hancock County where he died in 1863 at the age of 86. He was buried in the Powell Cemetery, Eagle Township, where also have been buried a number of his descendants and relatives. Peter (2-24-1777 to 9-13-1863) was born in Berks County and Samuel (3-25-1800 to 10-1-1868) in Mifflin County, Pennsylvania where Peter’s father Philip (1743 to 1821) was buried in a grave no longer marked in the “old” Presbyterian Cemetery at McVeytown, Pennsylvania. Peter was born during the year that his father Philip served in the Pennsylvania Militia, probably helping to protect the arsenal near his farm home at Reading, Pennsylvania the winter that George Washington and the Revolutionary Army spent at Valley Forge. Our ancestors from Philip (3) down to Andrew (6) were farmers and pioneers, settling near Reading, Pennsylvania, then McVeytown, then moving on to Lancaster, Ohio and then Findlay, Ohio. Their farm tradition was carried on by all of Andrew’s fourteen surviving children and their families, with the exception of my father Homer K. Powell (7) who lived and worked on his father’s farm while teaching country school and attending Findlay college. At the age of 28 he received his first Bachelor of Science degree, later becoming a principal of a high school, an academy and then professor at two colleges. Many of Andrew’s descendants remained farmers, spreading out over the Midwest. It should be noted that the farm tradition at the 1834 location was maintained by the eighth child of Andrew; Ellsworth D. (1862-1950) who married E. Era Yates. His youngest child and only surviving son Marion (1910-1964) who married Alice Wyer, continued farming Ellsworth’s farm next to the homestead of Andrew until Marion died tragically in 1964. Ellsworth’s second child Ilo Mae and husband George Stringfellow purchased the old brick Andrew Powell home, built fronting the Lima Road (US 25) in 1871-72, which burned in 1901 and was rebuilt. The first family reunion was held there that Christmas and has continued to be held in and near Findlay ever since. The farm, now retained by Marion’s wife Alice, contains much of the original homestead. The Andrew Powell brick home, beautifully restored, has been deeded to Marion’s and Alice’s daughter Janet and son Greg who recently moved back to Ohio and into the home built by his great-grandfather Andrew over one hundred ten years ago on the one hundred fifty year old farm. With the computer age upon us and using computer technology to reproduce the records kept by Dorothy (Mrs. Robert) Shoemaker, Ellsworth’s (7) youngest daughter, we have produced this collection of genealogical records and family photographs for our Tricentennial Celebration 1685 to 1985. Under the able leadership of President Howard Troutner (9), the son of Lowell Troutner (8) grandson of Jennie June (Mrs. Elmer) Troutner (7) the 12th child of Andrew Powell (6), together with the help of many of Andrew’s descendents in contributing vital statistics and photographs, this pictorial genealogy has been produced for the 85th Annual Reunion of the Andrew Powell Family. It may well be the most comprehensive and unique genealogical record of its kind. Hopefully, it will provide a greater realization of the contributions of our Powell family and other related families to the life of our country over the past three hundred years. Appended is a map of the eastern half of the United States showing the “Powell Trace” beginning in Wales (1685) and extending from New Jersey through Pennsylvania and Ohio. A complete trace of the descendants of Andrew Powell alone would cover the United States from Ohio to the Pacific Coast and corner to corner. Also appended herewith is a “key” to the Dewey Decimal System as applied to the generations following Andrew Powell. We use 1.0 to 15.0 for Andrew’s children; 1.1 to 15.9 for his grandchildren; then 1.1.1 to 15.9.3 for his great-grandchildren, and so on. We are now into the sixth generation after Andrew. This key will enable the reader to visualize on one page the method of numbering Andrew’s descendants for ready reference in certain branches of the family tree and in the main body of this genealogy. vii Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Genealogical accounts for our Powell family have been given in the following references: 1. Reverend John Powell, “Memorial History of Philip Powell of Mifflin County, PA and His Descendants and Others,” Dayton, Ohio 1880 (Library of Congress).* 2. Mrs. Jessie Powell Moore, “A Brief History of the Philip Powell Family and Preface to the Peter Powell Descendants,” 1936 (18 pages). 3. Homer K. Powell, “History of the Andrew Powell Family,” Adrian College Michigan, 1952 (38 pages, map of homestead). A family tree, prepared in 1935 by Jessie Powell Moore and Harley B. Dreisbach (artist) shows the descendants of William Powell (1). In his history (1952) Homer K. Powell lists over four hundred descendants of Andrew, many of whom took up farm- ing; many also became teachers, some ministers or leaders in religious, educational and scientific vocations, or in the avocations of music and art. Andrew’s library contained leather-bound volumes on history, literature, theology, foreign languages, astronomy and chem- istry as well as the Bible in several languages, many of them with his autograph and date on the fly-leaf. Where and when Andrew’s interest in education and such a library arose is uncertain, it is evident that he may have inherited a “thirst for knowl- edge” which he passed on to his children and succeeding generations. In Homer’s history he related how the family, after the day’s work was done would gather in the sitting room to read by lamplight the books of the library, the newspaper or to study their lessons. The younger child the farthest away from the lamp! Of the books which I inherited from my father are the Bible in English, Latin, French and German, the latter two possibly having come through my mother Edith DeBerry who taught those languages at West Lafayette College (Ohio) alongside my father before and after I was born. There is also a history of the Bible and Jewish race by the historian Josephus; a chemistry published in 1846 when only half of the currently known chemical elements (including uranium at that time) were then known. An Atlas of the Heavens published in 1835 showing the constellations of mythological creatures, the magnitudes of stars and details of the size of our solar system with its planets and their satellites out as far as Uranus which was then called Herschel in honor of a great astronomer. In 1927 this Atlas was painstakingly reproduced as a large chart on oilcloth by my father working on our parlor floor, for use in teaching Astronomy at Adrian College; this was one of the many factors quoted by President John Dawson of Adrian College in granting my father the honorary Doctor of Science degree when he was ninety years old and still very active at the college. An abiding faith and devotion to religious and Christian principles have been characteristic of the Powells over the genera- tions. Witness the establishment of the Powell Memorial Church on what was the Dixie Highway (US 25) from Findlay to Lima, near Andrew’s homestead (The church celebrated its centennial in 1983). Its light in the steeple at night guides the trav- eler on his way. Andrew Powell had been married twenty-five years when the Powell Memorial Church was established. Thirteen of his fifteen children had been born and the brick home of his family was but eleven years old. In the early 1920’s, past the front of the church went the tracks of one of the interurbans which radiated out from Toledo to cities in northwestern Ohio and nearby Michigan. After our family moved to Adrian, Michigan in 1916 and before we bought our first car in 1925, we traveled on foot and bicycle to church, college, etc.; out-of-town trips were by interurban to Toledo along the right-of-way followed by the Erie and Kalamazoo RR which terminated at the courthouse grounds in Adrian. This right-of-way built in 1837 is now shared by present US 223 and the “old road” of the New York Central. From Toledo we reached the Powell homestead by another interur- ban running beside the Dixie Highway (US 25) on its way to Lima. One cannot help but reflect upon the contributions by our Powell ancestors to our country’s agricultural, commercial, industrial, transportation and educational development over the past three hundred years. The wagon treks from Lancaster, Pennsylvania to Reading, then McVeytown, which followed Indian trails and later possibly became plank roads. Some of Samuel Powell’s timber may have gone into building the plank road which stretched northward from Findlay to Toledo across the miles of the Black Swamp. This covered much of northwestern Ohio after the glacial age left behind what are now the Great Lakes and * Copies of “Memorial History of Philip Powell of Mifflin Co., PA & His Descendants and Others”. By Rev. J. Powell, 1880 may be ordered from: Higginson Book Company; 148 Washington St.; PO Box 778; Salem, MA 01970; Phone (978)745-7170, Fax (978)745-8025. viii Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family the rivers known as the Maumee with its tributaries; the St. Joseph in Michigan and Indiana, meeting the St. Mary’s flowing from Ohio to Ft. Wayne, Indiana, the Auglaize and the Blanchard flowing through Findlay beside the Riverside Park where our reunions have been held for many years (“Down By the Old Mill Stream”). Andrew Powell had multi-faceted interests in addition to the church, family and farm. To name only a few; the development of oil and gas wells in northwestern Ohio which led to the Ohio Oil Company, later Marathon; the short-lived glass factory in Findlay which used gas from the wells; possibly this interest even led to the Cooper Tire Company which before World War II used rubber from far-off countries and afterward had to convert to synthetic rubber made from petroleum. It would be interest- ing to know how many of Samuel Powell’s descendants attended the country schools of Eagle and Liberty Townships, the area high schools or Findlay College, to become in turn leaders in education, religion or other fields. While Andrew was growing to young manhood, canals were built from Ft. Wayne to Toledo along the Maumee River, from Ft. Wayne westward to the Wabash to provide access to the Mississippi and from Defiance on the Maumee south to Cincinnati and the Ohio River. St. Mary’s and Indian Lakes were created to supply the latter canal with water. In turn, before the Civil War, the canals and plank roads were replaced by macadamized roads of crushed stone and, in the following one hundred years, by the railroads, paved state and interstate highways and the airplane. My father, Homer K. Powell, born four years after the Civil War lived to travel by foot, by bicycle, interurban, train, car and airplane, from the Gaspe peninsula in Quebec on to the east, to San Francisco on the west, from Lake Superior on the north to Louisiana on the south. With his interest in astronomy, he would have enjoyed immensely watching on television the first footsteps of man on the moon in 1969 had he lived for two more years to be one hundred. As evidence of the abiding influence of the Andrew Powell family life, witness also the steadfast devotion to religion and education of my father who saw no conflict between religion and science as he taught mathematics, astronomy, biology, geology physics and New Testament Greek to undergraduate and pre-ministerial college students. As he substituted for ministers in small churches near Adrian, to which he would ride his bicycle for at least seven miles on a Sunday morning. He used a bicycle for transportation to and from Adrian College from 1916 to 1964 when he was compelled to quit by reason of slipping on icy streets and sidewalks. In his last few years he “kept his hand in” by translating from the original Greek one of Homer’s literary works. He also purchased four inexpensive paper-back New testaments and wrote a paper on the “Harmony of the Gospels” by cutting out sections of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, rearranging them to cover the life and works of Jesus in chronological order. When he died in 1967, much of his library was willed to Adrian College; President John Dawson, D.D., a former pre- ministerial student and graduate of Adrian, asked to be given this “Harmony of the Gospels” in its original form. Many of the survivors of Andrew Powell’s eighty-six grandchildren could relate their own personal backgrounds and experi- ences as this writer has. The children of Andrew’s 15th child, James, did just that in 1980 for their reunion held in Oskaloosa, Iowa, where they gathered their families for a civic performance of the musical production “Georgiana,” the words and music of which were composed by Iola Cadwallader, James’ youngest child, in honor of the lives of their mother and father. Perhaps the record of this introduction and reflection upon our genealogical history may lead others to contribute their own family history. H. Eugene Powell 1985 ix x Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Genealogies from Phillip Powell (3) through Andrew Powell (6) Phillip Powell (3) (1743-1821): 16 children, 116 grandchildren. The children of Phillip (3) by Julia Ann Miller who married about 1769 and homesteaded a farm near Reading, Pennsylvania, were: John 1770-1849 married Regina Alspaugh 17 children Margaret 1772- married Jacob Sines 1 child Ann Maria 1775-1858 married Jon Godfrey Boyer 10 children Peter (4) 1777-1863 married Mary Alspaugh 12 children Jacob 1779-1852 married Mary Ann Idelman 10 children John Phillip 1781-1849 married Elizabeth Raudebaugh 14 children Polly (Mary) 1783-1827 married Peter Roads (Rhodes) 10 children Elizabeth 1784-1849 married Charles Phillips 5 children Barbara 1786-1799 Susannah 1789-1860 married John Corkle 10 children Catherine 1792-1848 Daniel 1794- married Elizabeth Norton 7 children Christina 1796-1878 married John Beatty 10 children Two Infants 1798&1800 Rosannah 1802- married John Norton 10 children Peter Powell (4) (1777-1863): 12 children, 86 grandchildren. The children of Peter Powell (4) by Mary Alspaugh were: Samuel (5) 1800-1868 married Sarah Raubenault 12 children Catherine 1801- married Soloman Raubenault 12 children Henry 1803-1879 married Catherine Fellers 8 children married Margaret Myers 2 children married Amelia Whitelock Elizabeth 1804- married George Billman John 1806- married Polly Fellers married Rebecca Miller 3 children Jacob 1807- married Mary Hart 12 children Philip 1809-1866 married Elizabeth Fetters 3 children married Susannah Tussing 1 child married Magdalene Feasle 3 children Daniel 1811- married Elizabeth Beatty 8 children Polly 1813- married Jacob Fellers 12 children Rebecca 1814- married John Miller Peter 1817- married Hannah Savage 2 children George 1819- married Sarah Ann Beatty 8 children Samuel Powell (5) (1800-1868): 13 children, 49 grandchildren. The children of Samuel (5) by Sarah Robenalt (Raubenault) were: George W. 1826-1916 Andrew (6) 1827-1916 married Phebe Ann Yates 6 children married Caroline Dotson 7 children married Sarah Ann Longbrake 2 children Elizabeth 1828-1857 married Moses Myers 6 children Mary 1830-1929 married Jesse Ford 7 children Soloman 1832-1900 married Hannah Myers 4 children Susannah 1834-1929 married Andrew Sager 4 children xii Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Samuel Powell (Cont.) Christina 1836-1856 Katherine 1838-1914 married Henry Hartman 2 children David 1840-1894 married Hannah Hartman 2 children Abraham 1841-1864 killed in Civil War Samuel 1844-1869 Gideon 1844-1868 married Millie Hartman 1 child Valentine 1847-1925 married Sophronia Schoonover 8 children Andrew Powell (6) (1827-1916): 15 children, 86 grandchildren The children of Andrew (6) by Phebe Ann Yates were: Emily 1849-1932 married Cornelius Dreisbach 9 children Theodore 1851-1926 married Emza Jane Kibler 7 children Franklin 1853-1927 married Susan Shank 7 children Priscilla 1854-1923 married Francis DeLong 3 children Elijah 1856-1870 Roger Sherman 1858-1915 married Margaret Hamlin 7 children The children of Andrew (6) by Caroline Dotson were: Sarah Ellen 1861-1938 married John W. Hamlin 6 children Ellsworth 1862-1950 married Ella Era Yates 8 children Charles Dotson 1863-1940 married Matilda Heflin 4 children Sullivan 1865-1958 married Agnes Shank 5 children Huntington 1866-1911 married Olive Swisher 7 children Jennie June 1867-1964 married Elmer E. Troutner 6 children Homer K. 1869-1967 married Edith A. DeBerry 4 children The children of Andrew (6) by Sarah Ann Longbrake were: Inez May 1878-1976 married Ezra Otis Yates 4 children James Garfield 1881-1958 married Georgiana Conaway 9 children The “Powell Trace” from Wales to Ohio: 1658 to 1985 (1) William Powell: 1685 emmigrated from Wales to Camden, NJ (2) John Powell: 1736 in Lancaster, PA (3) Phillip Powell: 1743 Lancaster, PA 1769 cleared farm in Berks County, PA 1777 served in Revolutionary War 1795 moved to McVeytown, Mifflin Co., PA (4) Peter Powell: 1777 Berks Co., PA 1795 moved to McVeytown 1814 moved to Fairfield County, Ohio 1858 moved to Findlay, Hancock Co., Ohio (5) Samuel Powell: 1800 Mifflin Co., PA 1814 moved to Fairfield Co., Ohio 1834 moved to Hancock Co., Ohio (6) Andrew Powell: 1827 Fairfield Co., Ohio 1834 moved to Hancock Co., Ohio xiii Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Key to the Genealogical Numbering System Andrew’s Children Grandchildren Great Grandchild 1. Emily Dreisbach 1.1 Lawrence Dreisbach 1.1.1 1.2 Jennie May Dreisbach 1.3 Mabelle Knight 1.4 Orville Dreisbach 1.5 Ardo Dreisbach 1.6 Myrtle Broadbooks 1.7 Gladys Diehlman 1.8 Harley Dreisbach 1.9 Fern Crandall 2. Theodore Powell 2.1 Bertha Hull 2.1.1 2.2 Lawrence Powell 2.3 Ernest Powell 2.4 Merlin Powell 2.5 Edith Cole 2.6 Clark Powell 2.7 Ira Powell 3. Franklin Powell 3.1 Estelle Maish 3.1.1 3.2 Kendall Powell 3.3 Mabel Perkins 3.4 Florence Stahl 3.5 Martin Powell 3.6 Laura Blubaugh 3.7 Dwight Powell 4. Priscilla DeLong 4.1 Earl DeLong 4.1.1 4.2 Olive Rush-Foster-Williams 4.3 Charles DeLong 5. Elijah Powell 6. Sherman Powell 6.1 Curtis Powell 6.1.1 6.2 Edith Helpman 6.3 Harry Powell 6.4 Mamie Ohl 6.5 Ralph Powell 6.6 Gail Hanna 6.7 Ethel Campbell-Hernby 7. Ella Hamlin 7.1 Ellsworth Hamlin 7.1.1 7.2 Emerson Hamlin 7.3 Howard Hamlin 7.4 Florence Hamlin 7.5 Edna Hamlin 7.6 Carl Hamlin 8. Ellsworth 8.1 Eva Dorsey-Shoemaker 8.1.1 8.2 Carl Ellsworth Powell 8.3 Ilo Stringfellow 8.4 Bernice Bair 8.5 Helen Huffman 8.6 Hester Grimm 8.7 Dorothy Shoemaker 8.8 Marion Powell xiv Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Andrew’s Children Grandchildren Great Grandchild 9. Charles Powell 9.1 Homer Powell 9.1.1 9.2 Jason Powell 9.3 Othello Powell 9.4 Chester Powell 10. Sullivan Powell 10.1 Marie Benson 10.1.1 10.2 Roy Powell 10.3 Arthur Powell 10.4 Dwight Powell 10.5 Harold Powell 11. Huntington Powell 11.1 Treva Fraizer 11.1.1 11.2 Waldo Powell 11.3 Flossie Schutt 11.4 Esther VanSteenburg 11.5 May Belle Glathart 11.6 Dotson Powell 11.7 Laurel Powell 12. Jennie Troutner 12.1 Inez Farthing 12.1.1 12.2 Arthur Troutner 12.3 Florence Farthing 12.4 Kenneth Troutner 12.5 Irene Clements 12.6 Lowell Troutner 13. Homer Powell 13.1 Eugene Powell 13.1.1 13.2 Carroll Powell 13.3 Margaret Thomas 13.4 Eleanor Scouten 14. Inez Yates 14.1 Willard Yates 14.1.1 14.2 Randall Yates 14.3 Joyce Eberhadt 14.4 Medford Yates 15. James Powell 15.1 Mildred Bond 15.1.1 15.2 Cleone Herron 15.3 Virginia Ross 15.4 Ned Powell 15.5 Martha Gowens 15.6 Wanda Harvey 15.7 Don Powell 15.8 Audrey Burdette 15.9 Iola Cadwallader xv History of the andrew powell family Homer K. Powell Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family This account of the Andrew Powell Family or Clan was undertaken by the writer at the suggestion of Othello D. Powell, as president at the reunion of 1950. Some families of the descendants are treated in more detail than others. This is because the location of some is such that knowledge of them is rather meager. Some of the latest newcomers by marriage and of children may lack mention. Also the writer naturally recorded events in more detail about the members of the family with whom he was brought up and has first-hand knowledge of their common experiences. Aid and some quotations have been drawn from members of the family, Powell Memorial History by Rev. John Powell, Powell Family History by the Media Research Bureau of Washington D.C., and newspaper clippings covering some family events. The log house was located on rather high ground with a steep Ellsworth, Aug. 27, 1862; Charles Dotson, Nov. 27, 1863; slope to the lower flood ground of the stream. This small Sullivan, March 21, 1865; Huntington, Oct. 14, 1866; Jennie slope afforded a place for sled sliding in winter. Along north June, Dec. 14, 1867; Homer K., Feb. 13, 1869. of the house ran a ravine with a ditch ending in the main stream Caroline Powell died Sept. 19, 1877. Father Powell’s or creek. comment on her, as given in Powell Memorial History, was that The land first cleared, of course, was that surrounding the “She was a good, industrious woman, kind and affectionate to house, leaving woods to the south, later to be gradually cut back her family.” His third marriage was to Sarah Ann Longbrake, a by Andrew and sons till at the present only a small patch of widow, March 5, 1878. She was the oldest daughter of Andrew timber is left by the east bank of the creek next to an adjoining Fellers, and was born Feb. 24, 1846 in Hancock County, Ohio. farm to the south. She had been living with her father’s family in Wood County, Ohio since the death of her former husband, Harmon Life of Andrew Powell Longbrake. Her children by her first husband were: Cora Silva, Amid these surroundings the boyhood days of Andrew were Minnie Etta and Curtis. The two daughters later joined passed with his numerous brothers and sisters. Of these youth- the Powell family. The third set of children were: Inez May, ful days very little of interest is known. Imagination can picture born Dec. 27, 1878; James Garfield, Oct. 21, 1881; later a son, the children at play about the house and by the stream, and still born. roving through the woods; but George and Andrew soon were occupied in helping their father clear away brush and woods and History of the Andrew Powell Family helping with the farm work. In these same surroundings, which About three miles out from the city of Findlay, Ohio, as you came into possession of Andrew later, his family was raised, proceed south-west on the Dixie Highway or Lima Road you though somewhat changed as time passed, and became dear in come to a low brick residence of bungalow type, close to the left memory of later years, just as the “Old Oaken Bucket” poem side of the road. Concerning the family for which this was their expresses it: home for many years this account is being written. Andrew Powell, son of Samuel and Sarah Raubenault How dear to my heart are the scenes of my childhood Powell, was born May 25, 1827 near Lithopolis, Fairfield County, Ohio, the second of a family of thirteen children, eight When fond recollection presents them to view; sons and five daughters, viz, George W., Andrew, Elisabeth, The orchard, the meadow, the deep tangled wildwood Mary, Soloman, Susanna, Christina, Katherine, David, And every loved spot which my infancy knew Abraham, twins Samuel and Gideon, and Valentine. Andrew was to some extent educated, being somewhat given Ancestry and Early History to reading and possessing a fair sized library of books. He could The ancestors of Andrew Powell lived in South Wales. It is said speak Pennsylvanian Dutch, handed down by ancestors from that the ancient Welsh family was descended from a Norman Pennsylvania. He taught a term of county school one winter. knight who accompanied William the Conqueror in the conquest of Britain in 1066. This knight made his home in His Marriages and Children Wales. Five Powell brothers came to America about 1685 to Andrew Powell was married Dec. 21, 1848 to Phebe Ann Yates, Camden County, New Jersey. One of the brothers, William oldest daughter of William Yates. She was born in Richland Powell, settled near Philadelphia, PA. The Andrew Powell County, Ohio, Nov. 1, 1830. Family is in his line, the line being as follows: William Powell; Their children were: Emily, born Sept. 28, 1849; Theodore, John Powell, who moved to Lancaster County, PA in 1736; March 15, 1851; Franklin Pierce, Feb. 12, 1853; Priscilla Philip Powell, 1743-1821, moved to Berks County, PA, then to Catherine, Oct. 26, 1854; Elijah, May 22, 1856 (died Dec. 3, Mifflin County, PA, near McVeytown, about 1795; Peter Powell, 1870); Roger Sherman, Feb. 14, 1858. 1777-1863; Samuel Powell, 1800-1868; Andrew Powell, Phebe Ann Powell died Sept. 15, 1859. Father Powell 1827-1916. married his second wife, Caroline Dotson of Allen County, Peter Powell moved from Mifflin County, PA to Fairfield Ohio, March 15, 1860. She was the daughter of Charles Dotson County, Ohio in 1814. Samuel Powell moved from Fairfield Co. and was born in Pickaway County, Ohio, Dec. 14, 1838. She to Hancock County, Ohio, in 1834, when Andrew was seven had been living with the John Horn family in Findlay before years old, and brother Soloman was the youngest child, two marriage. Their children were: Sarah Ellen, born June 15, 1861; years old. Later that year, November 2nd, sister Susanna was xix Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family born. She married Andrew Sager. The journey evidently was In 1851, Andrew bought for $800 his first farm of eighty made in a conestoga wagon with spacious box of curved bottom acres in Findlay Township, to the east of the old homestead, and like a flat bottomed boat. Such a wagon box was still preserved soon had cleared considerable of the woods; but left twenty acres on the home farm in the memory of the writer. at the extreme eastern part for a fine sugar camp which, at its Samuel Powell and wife with their brood of five children greatest development, afforded 300 tapped trees. A north-south settled three miles south-west of Findlay in the woods on the road passes thru this eighty dividing it into forties. Later he bank of a small stream and built a large log cabin of two stories, added to his farm other adjoining land until it became about front facing the east toward the stream which later the family 300 acres. A forty bought in 1858 cost $350. In 1863 he paid designated as The Run or Creek. This house was fronted with a $1500 for 120 acres, and in 1868 another forty cost $2300. large open porch over which the houseclapboard roof extended An orchard lay to the rear of the large house and a bee shed supported by logs extending from the house sides. The house in a corner of the orchard immediately back of the house. Other was built from the surrounding woods, cut hewn and split suit- buildings nearby were a brick springhouse, so called, with a able for walls, puncheon floor and clapboard shingles. A large cellar for milk and a rear room with cider press and fireplace; a fireplace and chimney built of stone and brick occupied the woodhouse, smokehouse, etc. Some of the above named build- middle of one end, and a rustic ladder led to the upstairs in the ings were nearby, along a lane beyond the ravine that passed in north-east corner of the one big room. Later after the old log front of the house. There was a house over east by the road divid- house ceased to be occupied an old tool chest that had a strong ing the eastern part of the farm, which was occupied for a time, musk scent remained on the first floor, and some of the children as the writer understands, by grandfather Samuel Powell after of Andrew Powell built little play houses in the upstairs story of leaving the former home to Andrew. brick from the chimney. Linwoodlumber from a house that had The Civil War was going on along at this time, and in 1864 stood on a remote part of the farm was piled in the house. Mr. Powell was drafted into the army as a member of an inde- Near the house were other log buildings, a hen-house and pendent company for one hundred days service. He sent a corn crib near the stream, a sheep shed east across from the substitute, paying him $100. At the expiration of the 100 days stream, with log poles laid over the clapboard shingles to keep “he was drafted for a year’s service. He again sent a substitute and wolves from getting into the sheepfold. These were evidently paid him $1000.” among the first buildings constructed. Other log buildings were In 1871-72 he built a brick mansion fronting the Lima road, a large barn, a corn-crib and hen roost over pig pens, located at a cost of about $8000. Here he continued to reside till the back north of the house. A few rods beyond these last mentioned time of his death. The brick for this large building was made buildings ran the road from Findlay south-west to Lima usually from local clay and burned in a kiln across the road from the called the Lima road, now route no. 25. house. Several outbuildings, some of brick, were built at the same time, one being a bake-oven and apple drying house joined Father Powell as a Farmer under one roof with open space between for cart, wheel barrow Andrew Powell and first wife “went housekeeping in the old log and garden tools. A frame woodhouse adjoined the rear side of house his father built when he first came to the county and the house, and nearby under one roof a combined work-house farmed for his father.” Here his first set of children were born. and buggy shed, poultry house and pigpen. A garden and grape Meantime his father had built a two story house, partly log and arbor adjoined the yard on the south-west next the road, and partly frame, a few rods west and back from the old log house. back of the garden a frame bee shed forming three sides of a In this house the children of his second wife were born. This was rectangle with open part to the south-east. A new orchard occu- a large house suitable for the large family of Samuel Powell and pied the back space between these buildings and the former also later for Andrew’s family, to whom it was willed in 1858, home place. and into which he moved in the spring of 1859. The house was In 1873 he built a sheep barn by the old log sheep-shed and a sort of double with a hallway from front to rear on the first a barn near the house by the road over to the east at a cost of floor between the two parts; the smaller part built of logs $400. Then “in 1875 he built the main barn near his residence boarded over on the outside and on the inside of the first floor. at a cost of $3500” and a cow barn and pig-pen with upper story It had a fireplace at one end of the large room which was used as for corncrib. a kitchen. The parents bed occupied a back corner, while several The foundation stones for the older buildings were gotten of the younger children slept in a trundle bed which for the day from water-lime strata in the bed of the local creek. This quarry was pushed under the parent’s bed. The older children slept afforded a swimming hole in the stream, which was patronized upstairs. The larger frame part of the house entered from the by the family lads and was used for sheep washing for some time. hallway and had a garret or loft to which a stairway led from the The foundation stones for the new brick house and the other second story. A cozy little room fronted the upstairs over the adjacent buildings were massive dolomitic limestone from hallway below. The plastered walls of this little room later had Niagara strata east of Findlay. Andrew improved the crop yield- many name signatures left by momento minded people. A porch extended along the front at the right end of which, as you faced ing capacity of his land with tile drain ditches, the creek afford- it, was a small room adjoining the larger part of the house. This ing a handy outlet. John Vollweiler, a neighbor, did considerable little room, according to the writer’s knowledge, was occupied in of this ditching. his old age by grandfather Powell and wife. xx Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Order of Work for a Year on the Farm Often the spring work opened with wood chopping, clear- For about three months during the winter the children of school ing a section of the woods to the south or cutting out the dense age attended school in the brick school house about three fourth undergrowth and some trees on the forty acres cornering the mile south-west by the Lima Road. The younger school age chil- main farm to the south-east, known also as the blackberry patch, dren, not old enough to be needed in farm work, attended the from the fact that in earlier days a cleared part had grown up full term of school and also if there was an extra short spring with blackberry bushes yielding much desired pickings. Father term, which some schools conducted at that time. The writer Powell furnished the three younger sons with small axes suitable recalls his first schooling during such a short term under Emza for boys of their age, and when the six brother group, including Kibler, who later became the wife of the oldest son, Theodore. Sherman of the older set, attacked the forest it rapidly vanished Those school days were happy days, coming as a relief after the into piles of brush, four foot cordwood and fence rails from strenuous farm work of the season was over, and the pleasure the ash trees. derived from the recess and noon intermissions when sports, As soon as the ground was fit, plowing for oats and corn especially town ball and scrub or rotation (pigtail we called it) planting began. The corn planting, usually coming near the were indulged in; also prisoners base, draw base, andy over, crack tenth of May, first was by hoe, the hills being indicated by a the whip, etc. horse drawn sled marker of three runners with shovels attached. The teachers usually were women from Findlay, a couple of Pumpkin seed later was planted spaced several hills and rows whom roomed and boarded in our house, viz. Jennie Ardener apart by a younger boy. The writer, in his first attempt at pump- and Jennie Eckles. Other teachers were Cal Phillips, Sally kin seed planting, misplaced some hills at a corner of the field, Morrison, Emma Hedges, Chester Powell, Anna Miller and using horse tracks where the markings were indistinct, causing Sadie Miller. confusion; for which carelessness he received punishment. Later The first old school house was torn down and a new brick a two horse corn planter was introduced. The grains were built in the 1870’s. A peculiar unpleasant episode occurred in checked off at cross markings by a handle operated by one of the connection with the new building. When completed, three of younger boys. the Powell brothers (Sullivan, Huntington and Homer) went to Father Powell kept a large flock of sheep which along this the school house to look around. Homer approached the door time of year were washed and sheared. The method of calling the and turned the knob. He heard something fall on the floor sheep together for transfer to another place was accomplished by inside, and the door was easily opened. We went in, found the father calling, Sheep! Sheep!, upon which the sheep began latch and locker fallen on the floor and looked around, but did following him, and the boys followed back of the flock driving not disturb anything. On leaving we met Bill Hoppas who lived on any delaying ones. The sheep washing, as before mentioned, nearby and sort of kept watch as to the school house. He was done in the creek, the water being deepened by a dam which assumed we had broken into the house and chided us for the father made with a plank across the stream. The sheep were deed. He reported it to the school Director, who came one day herded in a rail pen by the stream from which father handed after school opened to fix the latch and lock and scolded Sullivan them out to the washers. One time it began raining while at the for this assumed vandalism on our part. Sullivan vigorously washing, from which disagreeable condition several of us were denied it. Now, what was really back of this wrong accusation of hoarse with a cold for several days. At the time of sheep washing the boys? Homer was aware that he was the one who opened the it was, for a time, the part of the writer to hold the lambs while door, but being young and timid, did not explain to Mr. Hoppas father cut off tails with a chisel and altered them. His young how the door opened without violence, though he wondered as heart felt pity for the innocent little creatures, but the pain of the to the fault being his. Possibly someone had been there before ordeal doubtless was brief. and broken in and left a faulty closed door, or the lock may not Sheep shearing was conducted on the barn floor, the first have been fastened securely so that as a result it fell down on method used being to strap the sheep by neck and hind legs to manipulating the outside knob and broke in the fall. Among our a bench, shearing one side then turn them over finishing with schoolmates were Frank Cooper, the Taylors, Smaltzes, Hamlins, the other side. Later the sheep was set on top of a box on its Swishers, Cramers, Fluggas and Powell relatives. rump, being supported on the arm and breast of the shearer. About the beginning of March when spring was opening Finally the box was discarded and the sheep set on the floor. school was over for the boys needed for work on the farm. This Father did the bundling of the wool on a bench specially began at a rather early age for the boys at least. It was a sad designed for that purpose. Monday morning when the school bell rang and we could not The corn cultivation was done the first time with a three obey its call but must put school books and play aside and take shovel one horse cultivator; the second and third cultivation up the usual farm work for another year. Usually, if the weather with a double shovel cultivator. Father made little two toothed was favorable, the first thing in order of work for the new year wooden rakes which the younger boys used to set up the corn was opening of the sugar camp. Buckets, kettles, hogshead covered as the older boys cultivated. The later cultivations were barrels, wooden spiles and other camp paraphernalia were gotten attended with a hoe to remove weeds. Finally the two horse out, hauled over to the camp at the far east end of the farm, trees cultivator came into use. tapped, kettles hung and the boiling down of sap to molasses Potato planting and garden making came at the usual time or sugar begun. The sugar camp operation was pleasant in the spring. The garden was rather ornamental, fenced in with and romantic. paling fence as was the yard, with sunken paths, four large beds xxi Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family between which centered flower beds, and currant and berry being summoned for mother who had been ailing for several bushes around the outer border of the garden. days. We were made aware of the possibility of her dying. Hay making came in June. Father was rather slow about That night she passed on. We were all awakened from sleep and adopting new machinery to lighten labor. He had sufficient help father was bowing his head over his arms on the table and weep- without the extra machinery. In the earlier days father did the ing bitterly. mowing and raking together of the hay, and the boys, with some Apple gathering, snitzing, making cider and apple butter hired help at times, loaded it and put it in the mow with pitch came along in October. Corn husking and pumpkin hauling forks. The younger boys followed the pitchers in the field while finished the year’s work. When the last shock was husked a big loading, raking together the leavings on the ground. Also in the whoop of joy rent the air, and we were ready for school by about mow it was the unpleasant duty of the younger to tramp down the beginning of December. the hay while being unloaded. This was disagreeable work, espe- The winter chores were usually divided as follows: Father cially when the hay had to be packed in under the roof on a hot took care of the sheep and pigs, the older boys the horses and summer day. cattle and the youngest the calves. Milking was performed by We envied the man doing the unloading and later were both boys and girls. Chickens and ducks looked after by the somewhat relieved when we succeeded to that job. Finally a younger boys. The ducks were accustomed to going to the creek single harpoon hay fork was installed in the large barn, and hay during the day and on their return one evening a wild duck had making became less laborious. A balky horse episode once joined them. On hog butchering day kettles were hung early in occurred in hay making. A mare named Gray balked in the field the washhouse fireplace, filled with water, fire made, and water in pulling the load. Thereupon father unhitched and mounted heated to boiling, hogshead barrels placed for hog scalding, pigs her, galloped around the field, beating her lower side where shot with a rifle and stuck, scalded, hair scraped off on a plat- the chain had repeatedly struck; but she performed her duty form, then hung from nearby posts. Father did the cutting open thereupon. of the pigs and taking out the insides. The women prepared the Wheat harvest came along the fore part of July. The earlier entrails for sausage making, and after the hogs were cut up the used reaping machine felled the grain on a platform from which lard finally rendered. a man on the machine with a rake shoved it off in suitable sized Some neighboring men and tenants at times were hired to bunches for sheaves. A Champion selfrake was next used, father help out with the farm work. George Bouvering helped at hay being the driver. The binding into sheaves was done by the boys making in 1878. While at this job one day we all stopped work and hired help, proceeding around the field by stations. The long enough to have a picture of the house taken with the family boys too young to bind gathered the sheaves in piles of a dozen, in working clothes lined up on top of the front porch and which the men shocked later. The writer, one hot summer day George standing below in the yard. Other helpers were Frank had the job of gathering the sheaves which were spread out over Black and Conrad Diefenbaugh. Tenants living in the older quite a large area. It was tiresome, tedious work for so young a houses and helping on the farm were Jim Lovell, Jack Teams, lad. That night, sleeping with brother Charlie, he was dreaming George Hoppas, Frank DeLong, a cousin who married sister of gathering sheaves, ceaselessly dragging them together. Priscilla, and Bill Woods. Other early tenants were a Mr. and Suddenly he was awakened by Charlie yelling “Here, what are Mrs. Sutton and Joseph Valetine and family. Mr. Valetine was you doing?", and found himself up on his knees in bed pulling unfortunate in being subject to insanity for a time occasionally away at the covers. Finally the self-binder followed the reaper when he had to be taken to an asylum. and harvesting became somewhat lightened. In the writers memory father never served at full time regu- Oats harvest followed usually in late July or early August. lar farm work, since he had plenty of help. Besides overseeing he Wheat was put away in the barn mow or stacked, and oats took care of such jobs as orchard and fruit tree pruning, and always was put in the barn. Oats hauling was comparatively keeping things in shape in general besides the work before pleasant work in the fine August weather. mentioned. He devoted somewhat of time to taking care of bees. Manure hauling came next and plowing the oats stubble for In the Memorial History of the Powell Family he says: “In 1852 wheat sowing, the manure being scattered by fork from piles in I commenced bee culture, and have found it a very pleasant which it had been unloaded at the time of hauling. occupation. I began with one colony, which trebled itself the first Corn cutting came in September. In the earlier times father year. I had good luck all the way. My apiary prospered so well made the galluses for the shocks and also made rye straw bands that within ten years I had nearly one hundred colonies. The for tying the shocks. Toward the close of the day he brought the next year I had over one hundred new swarms. Some days I had bands to the field and with the help of a younger boy tied the as high as twelve swarms. I united the swarms so as to reduce the shocks. The plan of cutting when about five or six of us were at number to about one half, and commenced the winter with it was for the two older to take the outer corn rows of the sixteen about one hundred colonies. I have the common black bee.” row wide shock row, inner rows for next younger and innermost next the shock by the youngest. This was the order of work when, on a September afternoon we were cutting corn in the ten acre field next the barn, word was brought to us of Dr. Hurd xxii Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Events and Anecdotes Connected with Life on the Farm Charlie went with Tippy down to the creek where evidently she A number of small incidents attending life on the farm as drank some water. The spasms returned and she died in them. “memory reverts to my fathers plantation” may be of interest to We buried her in a box in a fence corner by the creek meadow. recall. Some of these incidents concern dangerous situations but, On Sunday, a warm sunny day, some of us visited the grave after considering the number of children involved, we all came church, sad at heart at the loss of our friend Tippy. We had no through with very little permanent bodily harm. The one of dog after that for many years till we got a small one named Tony. permanent misfortune occurred during father and mother’s visit He died after a few years; then later a dog stopped off and made with her folks in the Lima, Ohio region. In the old woodhouse her home at our place. She was nice, well behaved and was given one of the boys was pounding a nail, or one report had it a brick, the name Brownie from her shaggy brown hair. when a piece struck Huntington, then a small child, in the right One night Homer awoke to hear what he thought was the eye. His eye was permanently blinded, and mother on turkeys gobbling on their roost. The next morning father found arriving home, shocked at the sight, bewailed her pretty baby several dogs after the sheep in the field adjoining the barn and son’s misfortune. several were killed. Had Homer been better aware of the mean- Both Hunter (as he was called for short) and Homer when ing of the sound he was hearing the disaster to the sheep could very young and not aware of the danger of such procedure, each have been stopped ere so much damage was wrought. were rough handled by a sow pig when their curiosity impelled An Irish peddler was accustomed to come along occasionally them to enter her den and proceed to handle her little brood (or selling linen table clothes etc. Like the Irish usually are he was wutslings as we named them). gifted with the verbiage of a good salesman, stating that his One time when hauling manure to a field beyond the east clothes were “stiff as a board.” His wares were O.K. and road brother Theodore, living then in the house by that road and purchases made. helping with the manure hauling, at noonday dinnertime turned A loft above the brick springhouse near the old frame house the driving of the team home over to brother Sherman. The was the depository of a variety of outworn footwear of the chil- horses became unmanageable, under a scare probably, and ran dren when infants. We found many little shoes etc. cast away away down the lane toward home. All of the boys fell off the when outgrown, mementos of those earlier days, giving rise to wagon except Hunter who stuck to the boards of the wagon till sentimental reflections worthy of a poets pen. Father was accus- the horses were stopped by a gate near the creek. None were tomed to outfitting us with boots once a year before winter. particularly hurt except Homer, the youngest. A wheel passed Often repairs were needed before the new set came. over his arm. Sherman picked him up and tried to soothe his There was a time when the ague took hold of some of us pain with sympathetic words. children. Every other day we would have a chill along with some One evening Sullivan was using an axe on wood in the fever. Father would pour cold water over our heads to reduce the woodhouse when Homer was loading wood in his arm close by fever. Other light ailments attended our childhood, such as to be carried to the kitchen woodbox. One of the axe strokes mumps and chickenpox. The George Crossley neighbor family came down on Homer’s shoulder, but was muffled by his thick had the smallpox, and two of the children, Dave and Emma, winter clothing so that it did not penetrate to cut the shoulder. schoolmates, died from it. It caused quite a scare, and the family Had it struck a few inches farther in on the head he probably affected was quarantined for a time. would have been seriously wounded or even killed. The Blanchard River (subject of Tell Taylor’s “The Old Mill One Sunday afternoon, after we were living in the new brick Stream” ran some two miles north of home. Occasionally in the house, a storm of violent wind which we designated as a hurri- spring the boys went fishing to its banks. The creek that runs cane, probably a small tornado, passed over the farm from the through the farm flows into the Blanchard River. One Saturday west. Father exerted considerable strength to shut a west door in winter Homer thought it would be an interesting exploring against the wind and rain. When it was over a section of the adventure to follow up the creek to find where it rises. He trav- woods to the South presented a ruin of trees broken off. The elled along the bank through the woods and farmlands, on the storm seemed to make dips downward at intervals. It ripped off way the stream passes along the end of a schoolyard by a road the roof of the Hoppas barn, and later we found a small area in beside which, some distance to the east, stood a brick house. He the sugarcamp woods denuded of trees. kept on til the stream was a mere shallow ditch of a couple of feet The old barn became the roosting place of a large flock of width filled with leaves. He concluded he had just about reached pigeons from a pair gotten earlier. They became so numerous the source and returned home. He afterward determined that that some boys from Findlay came one evening and we caught the school passed must be the Swale School and the brick house and sold them a number for their use in trying their skill in mark that of Uncle Henry Hartmann. This stream afforded a favorable shooting. abode for muskrats, and a number were trapped and skins sold, A sad incident of our earlier days occurred in connection mainly by Hunter. Once he brought a trapped dead animal with sheep and a dog we had named Tippy. Father put some home of unknown name. Father identified it as a mink. poison on a sheep that had been killed by dogs. Our Tippy got Father at one time bought several shooting firearms, one some of that poison and had spasms from it of which she was being a single-barreled shotgun. The family was not given to do relieved with the help of some milk. But later on Saturday P.M. much hunting; but one day Father let us go hunting with the xxiii Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family shotgun. Not much game appeared except a squirrel or so. We drawing, in painting, in watercolors. Homer also followed suit, were late for supper, and the mush we usually had for supper had and both have drawing books with flowers among the best paint- become cold, and whether its state or our sylvan ramble that ings. This work was usually done in the evening on the table caused it, we had to expel it from our stomachs. after the supper dishes were removed. Portraits of men in battles The five boys of the second set of children had each a little also were made. They carved portraits of General Santa Anna garden space fenced off along the ditch below the old loghouse and of President Garfield on beechtrees in the sugar camp, that at a point where two lanes united. Each spring, with interest being the time of his presidency and assassination, when his worthy of a larger enterprise, we did our truck planting in each pictures were prominently displayed and familiar. They also one’s small patch of a square rod more or less. In the side yard of became interested in astronomy and study of the heavens, devel- the loghouse next by the garden some of us stuck tree sprouts in oped somewhat in reading books on the subject from father’s the ground which took root and grew into fair-sized trees; espe- library. This interest eventuated in their making a sort of model cially a willow tree from a sprout stuck in by Charlie. Several of the solar system, representing the planets by wooden balls, etc. cedar trees in the yard of the brick home were found by Sullivan Homer made maps of the heavens with drawings of the constel- when clearing the forty acres before-mentioned and planted by lation figures, which were useful in teaching astronomy, later in Father where they now stand. college. Of much interest was the great comet of 1882 One time there was a large amount of piled wood and brush which stretched for many degrees in the morning eastern sky piles from a spring clearing of the woods to the south side of the of September. farm. Father set the brush piles afire, and the following night the At one time the boys amused themselves by cutting off the fire appeared to be rather bright, so several of the boys went up point end of a couple of buck horns, thus making a blow horn there fearing that it might be getting at the wood piles. It was through the hollow within. A very loud blast could be made mainly the brush piles afire, but fire had just caught at a long with such a horn. This performance doubtless was much like the wood pile, and they were just in time to prevent its loss. They horns used by the Hebrew priests. stayed there the rest of the night, during which they got some Those were horse and buggy days, and for what little travel apples stored in the old framewood house, awaking Mr. Teams the family did, several types of vehicles were used. Saturday was who thought possibly burglars were about. He was living then in the usual time farmers made a weekly trip to Findlay for the larger part of the house. Sullivan built a little hut in which purchases, mail and weekly newspaper. Our parents usually we crawled, at least partly, while a rainshower passed. That followed this custom, but the children seldom went along, the morning Father appeared when we were leaving the scene boys usually working the full Saturday during the farm work anxious to learn how things turned out. The night’s experience season. The one day for the whole family to load up in the was romance for the boys. wagon and proceed to Findlay was for the annual county fair. In The ten acre field adjoining the barn and other farm build- the earlier days it was held in the region of the present Byal Park. ings must have been the scene of an Indian village or stopping One year, out about the time of wheat harvest, Father agreeably place; for the field near the creek was rich in Indian relics and surprised us by taking us to Cells Brothers Show. That was an chippings of flint made from the fashioning of arrowheads, etc. experience some details of which still linger in memory. Other Some relics were found on other parts of the farm. The boys sold big days in town were enjoyed occasionally. Besides the wagon as some to William Taylor, a neighbor, who made a specialty of a means of travel were a two horse topped carriage, an open two collecting relics, etc. The relics were chiefly arrowheads; others seated express and a one seated open buggy. The big high were Indian hammers, skinning knives, tomahawks, spearheads, carriage was seldom used. The rider recalls its use in a trip to visit etc. Taylor paid a penny for an arrowhead and ten cents for a mother’s relatives, the Dotsons, etc. in and about Lima. Another tomahawk or skinning knife. He had a brass combined toma- trip was to visit sister Emily and family at that time living on a hawk and smoke pipe found on the Hoppas farm. He finally farm near Tiffin, Ohio. Also, it conveyed us to some township gave his collection to Findlay College where it may know be Sunday school conventions. seen. Some of the boys retained fair collections for themselves. Christmas morning as now enjoyed by children with electric Hunter had the unique luck in digging potatoes of digging out light bespangled tree and profusion of gifts was a far simpler two Indian hammers in the same potato hill. affair for the Powell children. On Christmas Eve the younger When a group of hogs were ready for sale, the boys drove children, anticipating a visit down the big chimney of Kris them on the Lima Road to Findlay to the L.E. & W.R.R. station Kringle, provided receptacles, caps, etc., lined up for the gifts on for shipping. Peter Solt was a chief shipper for the pigs. the dining room table, in which in the morning they usually Some of the boys developed mechanical skill, and as often is found a man-shaped fatcake of doughnut type for the boys and the case with boys in their teens, constructed contraptions for a girl-shaped one for the girls. play and amusement, such as little four-wheeled wagons, sleds, For intellectual and social benefit, and affording opportu- windmills and finally, bicycles. The windmills were located on nity for oratorical expression, the teenage boys and girls with the roof of a sheep shed by the log framed barn. A large wind some from the neighborhood started a literary society, utilizing pump by the house served as a model to go by. Sullivan was quite the large kitchen of the old house for the meetings on Saturday proficient in making such structures. Also he was quite artistic in evenings. Washington Literary Society was the name adopted. xxiv Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family It was fairly well attended by the boys and girls of the family and demorest declamation prohibition contests were held there, and neighborhood and occasionally by older people. In colder a number of the boys and girls of the neighborhood won silver weather the fireplace was utilized to heat the room, though medals and one of them, Inez Powell, a gold medal in a contest sometimes smoke from it bothered the eyes. of the silver medal winners. The church and land it occupied was bought by Frank Cooper, a member of the league, and partly Home Habits of the Family paid for by the holding of several festivals for that purpose. Father Powell was the first one to arise in the morning and start When the league ceased to function the property was sold and the stove fires. The chores were attended to, Father taking care proceeds divided as a gift to the two churches of the neighbor- of feeding the hogs and sheep, the older boys the horses, others hood. The old church house still stands being used as a barn. the cows and milking and the younger the calves, chickens and ducks. When breakfast was prepared the family assembled in the Some Characteristics of Andrew Powell sitting room for worship, Father reading the Bible and making Enterprises Promoted the prayer, all kneeling. Then all assembled around the dining Father Powell in some ways was progressive and a promoter of room table for breakfast, Father at the head of the table, Mother beneficial enterprises, though a little slow to adopt new and next to his left and the girls down that side of the table in order uncertain innovations. The building of the above mentioned of age; the boys to the right on the bench back of table next the church is a case in the benevolent phase of his life. The erection wall in order of age; thus the youngest boy and girl joined each of this Powell Memorial Church came about in this manner; the other at the foot of the table when the full family was present. A descendants of Phillip Powell, chiefly settled and living about dinner bell occupying a little belfry atop the back washhouse Findlay and Benton Ridge, formed the Powell Reunion sounded its joyful tones summoning workers to refreshment of Association, which held a reunion August 15, 1878 on the camp food and some rest at noon and maybe for supper toward meeting ground on the land of a Phillip Powell near Benton evening. The main item of food for supper was mush and milk Ridge. At this reunion a resolution was adopted to hold another a good diet on which to sleep. The evening chores being reunion on August 19th and 20th 1880, which was held on the completed and supper dishes put away, the family for the most Andrew Powell farm near Findlay. Reverend John Powell was part were assembled in the sitting room, part of them reading chief promoter of these reunions and was authorized to “write papers and books or preparing school lessons for the next day. and publish an authentic genealogical memorial history of The order of assembly around the kerosene lamp on a stand at Phillip Powell and his descendants;” which he did. From this the bookcase corner was as follows; Father occupied a chair in history data and quotations appear in this History of the Andrew front of the oaken bookcase the lamp to his left. Mother or the Powell family. These gettings together and promotions of the oldest boy by the lamp to the other side next the wall. The others Powell clan led to the desire to build a church as a memorial to to the front of the lamp and receding further away to an obscure the Powells. The place selected was on the Andrew Powell farm distance where light was dimmer and nearer heads partly cut out and it was built and dedicated as a United Brethren Church in direct light. Father went to bed about 9 p.m. with admonition 1883. The oversight and direction of the erection of this church for the rest of us to get to bed also, which was rather tardy of devolved mainly on Andrew Powell, and he was its main finan- being obeyed. cial support in the following years. The church society that The arrival of Saturday evening was most welcome, for it began worship in the church was started in the nearby school- meant a Sabbath of rest from usual labor. All attended Sunday house during the summer while the church was being erected. A School and church service on Sunday morning at the evangelical Reverend J.W. Powell of the U.B. Church was called in to church a half mile nearer Findlay from home, and later the preach, and thus was laid the groundwork of the first revival he Powell Memorial U.B. Church erected a quarter mile in the held in December, when many young people were converted opposite direction by the Lima Road. The old evangelical brick and joined the church. Since then this church has been the scene church was attended by the related Powell and other families of of many happy revival meetings and the conversion of many Grandfather Samuel Powell’s clan, and witnessed many happy people young and old of the community, among them a number revival meetings and religious testimonies of the worshippers. In of the Andrew Powell family. accordance with the custom of the times a rail across the seat The Powell home became the chief host to the various tops run down the middle of the central section dividing the pastors of the church. Father Powell became a life member of the men from the women. The church was remodeled about the year American Bible Society thru a $25 contribution and thereby was 1883 with a middle aisle style. This same year the Powell entitled to receive annually a gift Bible which he presented to a Memorial Church was built on Andrew Powell land, he being child, starting with the older and following down to the younger the main promoter of its building. The evangelical church house as the years passed by. was finally abandoned when a new church, built in nearby West In promotions of a civic nature he contributed $1000 to the Park addition to Findlay, took its place. Its seats were removed to building of the T. & O.C. R.R., which allowed him to take the the tabernacle of the Byal Campground. For several years a family on a free ride to Toledo to attend the Tri State Fair one prohibition league, having put plank seats in the old church, day. This was the first train ride enjoyed by the teenage children. held meetings there. This was along in the nineties. A number of The most unfortunate enterprise of which he became a promo- xxv Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family tor was a glass factory established in West Park of Findlay in the On a morning in December 1901 a misfortune, of profound 1890’s following the great natural gas boom. Through the final effect on sentimental minds cherishing memories of the dear failure of the enterprise he lost a greater part of his farm. His haunts and treasures of childhood and youthful days, befell the financial standing made him the resort of people desiring bail large brick mansion with some of its treasures. It was burned to backing, which, in several cases, resulted in his taking the loss. the ground. At that time the writer was serving as Principal of Father Powell was outstanding in some of his personal char- Barkeyville Academy in Pennsylvania. He received a letter from acteristics. He was frugal, thrifty, industrious, simple in habits, sister Inez on opening which he found written on rather poor honest, dynamic, rigid in discipline, holding strong opinions, quality paper and also enclosed a small piece of newspaper well informed as his large collection of books and extensive read- charred at the edge. The letter conveyed the account of the sad ing bear witness. The Rev. John Powell Memorial History quotes event. His bunking partner, Ezra Yates, then assistant teacher in father Powell as saying “At the age of 21 I made up my mind to the Academy and destined to become the husband of Inez, was follow the golden rule in all my transactions, to adopt fixed prin- present to share in sympathy the deep emotion aroused by the ciples to govern me in my daily life, and to make my word as message. Some years previously the brick floored back extension good as my note. When I made a promise, I endeavored to fulfill of the house, called the washhouse, was given a wood floor on it, and always found honesty to be the best policy”. That was a top of the brick and extended into the fireplace which had very commendable resolution which he endeavored to carry out; ceased to be used. Before the floor was put in the chimney above but in carrying out his principles and purposes, and under the the fireplace had been closed with a board so as to prevent soot trying circumstances of managing and disciplining a large family, from falling down into it. It did not occur to our minds that the he probably was over strenuous, dominating and severe, which board above might catch fire from the soot and thus endanger sometimes occasioned trouble with his children and others. But the floor to fire. That was precisely what happened. those were times when disciplinarians were accustomed to use Unfortunately this occurred in the night when all were in bed severe means and the rod, which he did not spare, while later sleeping. Father, on rising in the morning and opening the door parents and teachers have found milder means of securing obedi- leading from the kitchen-diningroom to the washhouse found it ence and good conduct with their children. Presumably in his all ablaze. Efforts to quench the fire by water were in vain. Most advanced years father himself felt some compunctions as to of the furniture, etc. was saved, but in the darkness of the early strenuous ways in former days. Age has a tendency to mellow morning some things were missed and went up with the flames, the disposition. among which was a scroll with bust drawings of the five broth- Besides the cultural value afforded by his library and the reli- ers of the second set of children, made by the writer, with gift gious practices in the home, music was also provided by an organ frame from members of the family. The family moved back into and piano, girls being the performers. Ella was sent to Ada music the old house. Some insurance was on the burnt home and a school for lessons and became the player in the earlier days; later new house as it appears at present was built within the old brick Belle Owens of Findlay gave music lessons to Jennie and Cora walls, somewhat reduced in height. Longbrake. Cora served as organist in the church for some time. The family and descendants were for the most part gifted in Family Reunions music and song, and were an aid in church worship. Welsh At Christmas time after the fire, a reunion of the family, mainly blood may have something to do in this proclivity. Four of the initiated by brother Huntington, was held in the old homestead boys of the second set of children formed a quartet which sang for the first time. These family reunions have been kept up ever on some special occasions, chiefly religious. Especially well liked since yearly, except the year of the death of the last mother, June and harmonious were the songs about The Lower Lights 1906, at which time the presence of most of the family took the (“Brightly Beams Our Father’s Mercy”) and the Prodigal Son place of the regular reunion. (“What Shall I Do, I Am Poor and Forsaken”). These reunions first held at Christmas time later were In respect to education beyond the common school father changed to summer time in August. They were held at the home did not take much stock. He thought it made for uppishness and place and at the homes of the children conveniently located; spoiled boys for following farming, which he wished his sons to some at Byal Park, and finally Riverside Park of Findlay has follow. However, two of his sons pursued college work, which did become the fixed place, where many other families are accus- not seem to produce such undesirable results; for one of them, tomed to reune. These reunions are well attended and very after teaching for some time, devoted himself to farming, becom- happy in keeping the large Andrew Powell clan in touch with ing very proficient in that calling, doubtless aided by his educa- each other, promoting cherished friendships and the unity and tion, and the other one, though following the teaching tradition of a common heritage. Some cousins and early day profession, yet loves the soil and trusts he has not wandered from friends often attend and help make the occasion more enjoyable. the simple life. Father may have been to some extent justified in Speeches and reminiscences are usually made after a sumptuous his opinion of college bred young men since comparative few at dinner in a park pavilion provided for that purpose. It was at the the time went to college, especially from the farm, and usually 1950 reunion that the writing of this Andrew Powell Family those few would likely enter a white collar position and be looked History was suggested and assigned to the writer by the presi- upon as somewhat uppish and above the common clod hopper. dent, Othello D. Powell. xxvi Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family The year 1934 was the 100th since the settlement of Accounts of the Children and Their Families Grandfather Samuel Powell in the wilderness as before At the setting up of households for themselves father was accus- mentioned. Accordingly the reunion this year took on the wider tomed to give each son a horse or its equivalent of $100, and relationship of a reunion of the Samuel Powell family and each daughter a cow or its equivalent of $50. descendants at the old homestead. Of course the old log house and old frame one and other buildings thereabout were gone, Children by first marriage. Phebe Ann (Yates) Powell, and their site become farm land; but the location of the old log first mother. hut was sought out, and being assembled there a program was carried out in commemoration of the event 100 years before. Emily Beecher W. Powell, son of George W. Powell, gave a talk, Emily Powell married Cornelius M. Dreisbach Dec. 5, 1872. He Ellsworth D. Powell described the location of the original build- was the son of Rev. A. M. Dreisbach, an Evangelical minister, ings, a male quartet sang the Old Oaken Bucket song “How born in Pickaway county, Ohio, March 15, 1850. Their chil- Dear to My Heart Are The Scenes of My Childhood”, and poem dren: Lawrence A., born Sept. 9, 1873; Jennie May, Dec. 11, was read by the writer covering the settlement in that place and 1874, died July 1, 1876; Mabelle E., born March 28, 1876; including the names of all the children of the Samuel Powell Orville C., born Nov. 10, 1877; Ardo B., born Feb. 20, 1881; family. Besides the Andrew Powell family, members were present Myrtle V., born Dec. 27, 1882; Gladys K., born Sept. 21, 1884; from the George Powell, Catherine Hartman, Susan Sager, Harley B., born June 10, 1887; Fern E., born Dec. 12, 1889. Gideon Powell and Valentine Powell families. Susan, who was Mr. Dreisbach followed the occupation of farming. They lived born the year of the settlement in 1834, had attained the age of for a time in the house on the home farm by the road to the east, 98, having passed on two years before, the last of the first gener- then moved for a year to a farm near Tiffin, Ohio, bought a farm ation. At the close of the day’s events some of the family visited near Mt. Blanchard, Ohio, and finally made their home near the Powell cemetery about three miles south-west near the Lima Findlay in a residence near by the old Evangelical Church, and road, “Where heaves the turf in many a mouldering heap; Each passed their last days in a home on Hurd Ave., near Byal Park in his narrow cell forever laid, The rude forefathers of the hamlet near the homes of some of the children. For many years he sleep”. served as township trustee and, for a time, member of the school In this place forefathers as far back as Peter Powell, father of board of Del. Ty. [sic]. They were for many years faithful Samuel Powell, were laid to rest; their names may be read on members of the Evangelical Church. Their golden wedding monuments side by side in a row, an honored group. The anniversary was observed Dec. 5, 1922 at the homestead on commemorative poem is inserted here. Lima Avenue, part of their children being present. Ten years later In later years as the girls went out from home care of the when about to celebrate the 60th anniversary Emily passed on of large household required help at times and girls were employed, pneumonia Dec. 4, 1932 at 83, and one week later Cornelius first Lydia Ann Flick, then Mary Ernst and finally, after the also departed at 82. death of the third mother, Phebe Silvers for some years. Lawrence A. Dreisbach, the eldest son, got his education at Findlay College, a law school at Ada, Ohio, taught school, prac- Old Age of Father Powell ticed law, was prosecuting attorney at one time in Indiana, As old age drew on father naturally gradually ceased from the married Miss Emma Hoppenberg of Findlay, 1902, born July 5, part of the farm work and chores he was accustomed to handle. 1876, by whom he had a son Herbert Paul, moved to California Up in his 80’s one of his feet became gangrened because of lack in 1906, held positions and offices of trust and other companies of blood circulation. It became very painful, so he was taken to in San Francisco, was active in civic and church affairs, while the Findlay Hospital and had it amputated. James, who was living in Oakdale, near which he retired to a fruit farm, and farming the place at the time, started to make him a wooden where he passed on at the age of 72, Aug. 22, 1946. His wife limb, but father was confined to the house and a hand moving soon followed, Dec. 12, 1946. chair till the time of his death April 17, 1916 at the ripe old age Herbert Paul Dreisbach, born Oct. 17, 1904, married Pansy of 88 years. Lee Massey 1941, by whom he has a son, Jeffrey Paul, born Jan. 2, 1951. Their home is in Charleston, WV. He is an army Captain in Japan. Mabelle E. Dreisbach took a course in the Business School of Findlay College, then along with Stacha Powell, a distant cousin, went to Los Angeles, CA, married Frank Day Knight, Sept. 7, 1910, born Sept. 25, 1870, where he was a hotel manager and YMCA man, now retired. She and husband returned east in 1950, and were present at the reunion that year. Orville C. Dreisbach attended Findlay College, followed teach- ing as regular life work, was principal of the Lincoln school of Findlay till retirement 1938; upon which he bought a farm xxvii Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family south-west of Findlay near the airport where he continues to Myrtle V. Dreisbach, taught in the Findlay schools for seven reside. He was married to Miss Helen Hodgens, June 1, 1910, years, married Robert M. Broadbooks May 3, 1911, born Feb. daughter of Thomas and Dorcas Hodgens of Toronto, Ohio, 27, 1879. He is a Presbyterian minister. They moved to Seattle, born June 1, 1886, by whom he had three children; Robert then Naches, Washington State, for his work, and now retired James, Helen Louise and Virginia Isabelle. She passed on June reside at Newport, Oregon. Myrtle still does some substitute 22, 1938. They were active members of the First M. E. Church teaching in the Newport schools. Mr. Broadbooks died Apr. 17, of Findlay. he married his second wife, Mrs. Virgie Bishop Saul 1953. They have four children: Martin R., Harold E. Mildred of Findlay June 30, 1940, born Nov. 2, 1884. M. and Norman Bruce. Robert James Dreisbach, born June 19, 1911, graduated Martin R. Broadbooks, born Sept. 16, 1912, graduated from Ohio Northern University, married Alice Irene Nelson, from Albany College Oregon, got a Masters degree from Oregon 1941, born May 17, 1909, by whom he has two children, Sara State College and a Ph. D. from the University of Washington, Nelson, born Dec. 22, 1942, and James Nelson, June 30, 1945. married Dorothy Lois Ambrose, 1939, born Nov. 7, 1912, by They live in Akron, Ohio, where he is an electrical engineer. whom he has a daughter, Joann Myrtle, born April 28, 1942. He Helen Louise Dreisbach, born Nov. 14, 1912, graduated is a chemist for the Dupont Company, Louisville, KY. from Wittenburg College, taught school near Bucyrus, Ohio, at Harold E. Broadbooks, born Aug. 29, 1915, graduated from Bellefontaine, and Findlay; married Earl Wesley Doty, 1946, the University of Washington, got a master’s and Ph. D. from born July 2, 1911. They have a son, Thomas Charles, born the University of Michigan, had over four years service in World march 12, 1949. They live in Long Beach, CA, where he is a War II, and in signal corps and 1950, married Hester Jane medical doctor. McCoy, 1950, born Dec. 18, 1928, by whom he has a son, Virginia Isabelle Dreisbach, born March 6, 1916, graduated Daniel Robert, born Aug. 6, 1951. He is a Zoology Professor, from Findlay College Business School, was secretary to a physi- Tuscon, AZ. cian, married Van Abraham Trout, 1938, born Aug. 21, 1915. Mildred M. Broadbooks, born April 8, 1920, attended the They have two daughters, Ann Louise, born Oct. 20, 1944, and University of Washington for two years, married John Lawrence Susan Helen, Aug. 20, 1948. He is a chemist. They live in Blankenship, 1942, born Dec. 9, 1918. They have two children, Newark, Ohio. Barbara Jeanne, born March 25, 1943, and Robert Lawrence, Ardo B. Dreisbach also attended Findlay College a while, July 6, 1946. He is manager of the Standard Coffee Company, followed farming, married Mollie Gail Marshall, May 16, 1906, Oklahoma City. born Sept. 12, 1883, by whom he had three children, Eugene Norman Bruce Broadbooks, born Nov. 22, 1933, graduated Marshall, Esther Fame and John Ardo. He bought a farm made from the University of Washington, became 2nd Lieutentant in from parts of the George Powell and Soloman Powell farms and the Navy, a flight engineer in the South Pacific during World was working hard to pay off for the land, when a terrible tragedy War II, married Joyce Margaret Lawrence, 1948, born feb. 28, struck down both himself and son Eugene. The two were work- 1926. He is an aeronautical engineer at Los Angeles. ing with a team of horses on a patch of ground near the old sugar Gladys K. Dreisbach married Clarence Hoffan Diehlman of camp. A thunder shower came over, and they sought shelter in a Findlay, 1938, born Oct. 15, 1882. They have two daughters, nearby shed, at a corner of which stood a small tree close to the Dorotha E. and Evelyn E. Mr. Diehlman served as an account- iron rod on which the sliding door was hung. Evidently they ant for many years in the offices of the Ohio Oil Company of were standing just inside the open door when a bolt of lightning Findlay. He retired a few years ago, and they spend part of their struck the small tree, passed along the iron rod and struck both time with daughters in the west and also in Findlay. men dead and also one of the horses outside. This was discov- Dorothea E. Diehlman, born June 20, 1912, taught school ered soon by William Woods living in the nearby old house. He for some time in Findlay, married Leslie McDonald Keene, broke the news to Ardo’s wife Mollie. It was a terrible blow. This 1947, born Nov. 11, 1907. They now reside in Seattle where he was Aug. 21, 1926. She was left with a large farm on hand to be is Supervisor of Pacific Produce Co. They have two children, looked after and paid for, and bereft of a son preparing to be a David Diehlman, born June 19, 1948, and Karen Gladys May missionary of the church to Africa. 27, 1951. Esther Fame Dreisbach, born Dec. 28, 1912, attended Evelyn E. Diehlman, born Oct. 23, 1914, did some teach- College, became a good elocutionist to entertain with recitations ing, married Albert Henry Boggs, 1937, born April 10, 1910. at gatherings, married George Merlin Correll, 1936, born June They lived in Kansas for a time, then he was military 23, 1910. They have three daughters, Miriam Glee, born Nov. commander of Great Lakes, IL, and now is Navy Commander, 19, 1942, Ruth Elaine, April 12, 1947 and Rachel Dian, Jan. 14, Hawaiian Islands. 1951. He is a chemist. They live in Akron, Ohio. Harley B. Dreisbach married Helen Duff, 1918, born May John Ardo Dreisbach, born Dec. 23, 1921, married Bettie 13, 1890. Harley was called to army service during World War Short, 1947, born June 16, 1923, by whom he has three chil- I. While away in this service his wife died, Oct, 13, 1918. On dren, Anne Slesser, born March 18, 1948, John Carey, May 29, his return from war service he married Araminta Frazer, 1921, 1949 and Elizabeth Reed, July 27, 1950. He is a physician- born Dec. 3, 1886, by whom he has a daughter, Elizabeth surgeon, ordained minister, missionary in Africa. Araminta, born Jan. 16, 1922. He has been a many year xxviii Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family employee as statistician in the offices of the Ohio Oil Company. three children, Theodore Loy, born April 13, 1941, Ronald He is active in civic affairs and along with his wife useful Joseph, May 27, 1942, and Carol Ann, Nov. 1, 1945. They members of the Methodist church, especially in song. Harley is moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1949, where he is doing a choir leader, conducting song groups in many gatherings. carpenter work. Elizabeth Araminta Dreisbach married Carl Joel Vogt, 1942, Katherine Hull, born Dec. 10, 1914, gave he life for his born Jan. 16, 1920. He is an Attorney at Law, Akron , Ohio. country in World War II, being killed in action in France, June Their children are: William Dayton, born Aug. 23, 1946; 15, 1944. Thomas Frazer, May 31, 1950; Susan Elizabeth, May 4, 1952. Dale Edward Hull, born June 23, 1917, served 42 months Fern E. Dreisbach, following the lead of her brother Lawrence in the Navy in the Pacific area during World War II. He is now and sister Mabelle, went west to Los Angeles, where, after teach- working as draftsman in Louisville Ky. ing for some time, she married William McKinley Crandall, Lawrence J. Powell married Minnie Schiebe, May 12, 1915, 1920, born Jan. 18, 1894. They have two children, Howard born Aug. 15, 1893, by whom he had two children, Alice Marie, William and Emily Fern. They live in Alhambra, CA, where he and Dudley Warren. He entered the ministry of the Lutheran is an Attorney at Law. Church, serving for some time in Washington, IL till his death Howard William Crandall, born June 13, 1921, married by heart failure Aug. 29, 1940. Marjorie Jeanne Pape, 1945, born Sept. 10, 1923, by whom he Alice Marie Powell, born Aug. 7, 1916, married Arthur E. has a daughter Cathleen Jeanne, born May 12, 1951. He is head Wulf, July 10, 1941, born Dec. 12, 1913. He is a minister in the chemist, Standard Oil Company of California, Berkeley, CA. Lutheran Church. Their children are; David Lawrence, born Emily Fern Crandall was born Feb. 3, 1930. July 30, 1943, and Ruth Alice, Oct. 16, 1945. Dudley Warren Powell, born Sept. 5, 1915, died Sept. 11, 1915. Theodore Ernest A. Powell married Amy Garlinger, June 21, 1906, Theodore Powell, the oldest son of Andrew Powell, married born Dec. 16, 1885, by whom he had six children: H. LaVerne, Emza Jane Kibler, 1874, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kibler, H. DeWitt, Paul Dean, Ruth Ellen, Nathan E. and E. Maynard. farmers of Eagle Township, born in 1856. Their children: Bertha Ernest pursued farming, taking charge of the home farm when May, born May 8, 1875; Lawrence J., July 10, 1877; Ernest A., his father moved to Arlington. The Theodore Powell family June 1, 1897; Merlin Iro, April 1, 1881; Edith, March 19, 1883; being somewhat musical, Ernest, for a while, followed piano Clark S., May 3, 1885. Another son Ira, died in childhood. tuning, and since retiring from the farm to Arlington, has been Theodore followed farming as an occupation. For a while redeeming some of his leisure time in the same occupation. after marriage they lived on the home place in the house by the H. LaVerne Powell, born May 19, 1907, died April 28, 1908. east road and helped farmed the place. He moved to a farm near H. DeWitt Powell, born Nov. 17, 1910, now farming the Portage, Wood County, for a time, then bought a farm near home place, married Rosalind Grall, born May 1, 1943, born Arlington in Eagle Township, where they continued to live till he Feb. 9, 1917, by whom he has three children, Lois Sharon, born retired to a home in Arlington. The Andrew Powell family May 27, 1944, David Merlin, June 25, 1945, and Martha Ann, reunion was held there in 1910. As a farmer he specialized in Feb. 1, 1949. raising sheep. The family were faithful attendants and support- Paul Dean Powell, born May 15, 1914, is helping farm the ers of the Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Powell passed their home place. last years in their home in Findlay at 223 Park Ave. Mrs. Powell Ruth Ellen Powell, born July 20, 1916, married Frederick passed on Feb. 6, 1924, and Theodore, Nov. 4, 1926. Laudenslager, Nov. 14, 1936, born June 24, 1914. Their Bertha May Powell, the oldest child, taught school, then children: Roy Edward, born Aug. 31, 1938; Janet Louise, April married Andrew J. Hull, July 31, 1897, born June 7, 1870. 22, 1942. Their children are: Van Powell, Esme Fay, Ward Richard, Nathan E. Powell, born July 30, 1922, died April 28, 1927. Thelma Irene, Loy Theodore, Katharine, Myron Luther, and E. Maynard Powell, born July 28, 1924, attended Dale Edward. They lived in Jenera, Ohio, until 1905, then Wittenburg College at Springfield, Ohio, and, after graduation moved to Manchester, Tennessee, till 1924, when they moved to and Seminary preparation, is now in the ministry serving a Louisville, Kentucky. Mr. Hull followed carpentry most of his charge of the Lutheran Church at Hicksville, Ohio. He married life, and contracting after coming to Louisville. He passed away, Ruth Van Allen, July 30, 1938, born..., daughter of ...Charles Feb. 10, 1948. Van Allen. Van Powell Hull, born March 23, 1899, died April 22, 1908. Merlin Iro Powell followed teaching for a time, graduated Esme Fay Hull, born Feb. 9, 1901, does office work and is from Wittenburg College, 1908, and Havana Divinity School in still living at home. 1911, married Donna Dorcas Dorney, April 19, 1911, born July Ward Richard Hull, born May 21, 1902, died Oct. 27, 1918. 17, 1887, by whom he had eight children, Robert Theodore, Thelma Irene Hull, born June 22, 1903, married William Luther Vincent, Owen Burdette, Isabelle Corrine, Warren Baete, April 3, 1946, born June 6, 1902. They live in Louisville. Weston, Richard Wendell, Beatrice Ann and Louella Mae. Like Loy Theodore Hull, born Dec. 12, 1906, married Geraldine his older brother Lawrence he entered the ministry in the Bossmeyer, Oct. 8, 1938, born Jan. 27, 1909, by whom he has Lutheran Church, serving charges in Convoy, Marion and xxix Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Leipsic, Ohio. In June, 1937, Wittenburg College conferred on attended Wittenburg College and entered the ministry of the him the degree of doctor of divinity, and in the same year he Lutheran Church, thus following the example of two older became missionary superintendent of the Synod of Ohio. with brothers. In this rather unusual number of brothers devoted to headquarters in Columbus. He was a capable speaker and the ministry may be seen the influence of a good mother. She usually called upon for a speech at the Powell family reunions. was the writer’s first school teacher. Clark married May Meyer, Following a stroke of paralysis he passed on to his reward, Oct. Nov. 30, 1916, born 1889, by whom he had three children, 10, 1941. His wife still resides in Columbus. Kathryn Marie, Charles Theodore,and Meta Karen. Clark held Robert Theodore Powell, born Jan. 14, 1912, married pastorates in Nebraska, Louisville, KY., and was serving a charge Esther Louise Leilich, Oct. 16, 1937, born July 2, 1912, by in Jonesboro, IL. at the time of his sudden death of heart failure, whom he had two children, Susan Louise, born Sept. 10, 1943, May 17, 1940. As were most of Theodore’s children, Clark died Sept. 10, 1943, and Jane Esther, July 17, 1948. They live in was of large build, and of smile provoking facial features and Delphos, Ohio. disposition. Luther Vincent Powell, born May 17, 1913, married Sadie Kathryn Marie Powell, born Nov. 3, 1917, married Edward Collura, Jan. 31, 1948, born Aug. 12, 1913, by whom he has E. Newton, Nov. 1, 1941. They have two children, twins, Clark two sons, Gregory Merlin, born Nov. 1, 1949, and Laurence Jay, Edward and Karen Ann, born March 5, 1947. Dec. 4, 1950. They have lived in Cleveland, now in Miami, FL. Charles Theodore Powell, born May 24, 1919, married Owen Burdette Powell, born March 20, 1915, married Charlotte Margaret McKee, Aug. 1943. They have a daughter, Kathleen Louise List, May 28, 1938, born Feb. 25, 1915, by whom he had Carol, born April 7, 1947. three children, Ida List, born July 7, 1939, died July 7, 1939, Meta Karen Powell, born Aug. 26 1920, married Harold Marra Lee, Aug. 27, 1941 and Pamela Lynne, Sept. 30, 1944. David Cozby, July 18, 1942. They have a son David Powell, They have lived in Sturgis, MI and now in Brookville, OH. born Dec. 25, 1949. Isabelle Corinne Powell, born July 8, 1919. Warren Wetson Powell, born Nov. 2, 1920, married Vera Franklin Pierce Mae Giltz, Aug. 18, 1945, born July 29, 1920, by whom he has Franklin Pierce Powell, the second son, married Susan Shank, two children, Douglas Edward, born Aug. 29, 1946, and Dorcas about 1880, daughter of Henry Shank Sr., farmer of Eagle Catherine, Oct. 6, 1949. He is a minister located near Township, by whom he had seven children: Estelle born Feb. 26, Mansfield, Ohio. 1881; H. Kendall, Oct. 5, 1882; Mable, May 13, 1886; Florence Richard Wendell Powell, born Aug. 11, 1922, married Ruth Susan, June 26, 1888; Martin N., Oct. 28, 1892; Laura, March Ione Metzger, May 6, 1945, born May 29, 1921, by whom he 17, 1895; Dwight, who died early in life. has two sons, Richard Wendell II, born Aug. 10, 1946, and Franklin was a farmer. He farmed the old William Yates (his Timothy Iro, Jan. 21, 1949. He is a minister. They live in maternal grandfather’s) farm for a while, then the old Markle Brookville, Ohio. farm several miles south of Findlay, later [he] bought a farm near Beatrice Ann Powell, born July 1, 1924, died July 12, 1924. Kirklin, in Boone Co., Indiana, where he spent many years, Louella Mae Powell, born Jan. 29, 1926, married Stanley where he passed on, June 23, 1927. The Shanks adhered to the George Coffelt, Aug. 20, 1949, born Sept. 27, 1922. They have Disciples of Christ Church, to which the family gave allegiance. a son Bruce Alan, born Oct. 17, 1951, and live in Fairport The oldest child, Estelle Powell, married John W. Maish, born Harbor, Ohio. Jan. 9, 1881. Their children are: Willard P. born May 22, 1967; Edith Powell taught music for a while, married Edward Cole Burris E., Oct. 11, 1908, died Sept. 1909; Josephine, Dec. 3, of Findlay, Dec. 31, 1903, who was born Jan. 28, 1872. Their 1910, married Ray Gregg, born May 4, 1901. Their daughter, children are Dorothy, Mildred and Donelda. Mr. Cole followed Carol Jane, born Sept. 29, 1939; Pauline E., Feb. 2, 1913, died the occupation of a nurse in Findlay, for which he was well fitted June 13, 1940; Mary E., Jan. 16, 1920, married Walter E. in his calm, even temperament. They lived in the home her Jacoby, born Feb. 2, 1917. Their son, Donald Howard, born parents occupied before their deaths at 223 Park Avenue. He was Sept. 25, 1951. They live in Indiana. She died June 17, 1947. taken away of stomach cancer April 30, 1940. H. Kendall Powell married Hildeer Danielson, born Feb. 26, Dorothy Cole, born Dec. 14, 1904, married Roland Kibele, 1887, by whom he has two daughters, Geraldine and Edna. He May 15, 1926, born Feb. 5, 1905. They have a son John Allen, is living in Chicago and connected with the Morris Paper Mills. born Nov. 13, 1932. Geraldine Powell, born Sept. 21, 1909, married Harold L. Mildred Cole, born Feb. 4, 1907, married Albert Smith, Burke, born Jan. 27, 1907. June 5, 1932, born Aug. 4, 1903. They have two sons, Robert Edna Powell, born March 11, 1911, married James F. Kelly, Bruce, born March 13, 1934 and Thomas, May 6, 1936. born Dec. 4, 1909. They have two children, Thomas K., born Donelda Cole, born April 25, 1921, married Richard April 13, 1941, and Susan P., May 17, 1945. Overholt, July 3, 1941, born March 19, 1918. Their children Mabel Powell married Carl Perkins, born June 22, 1885. are, Jon Michael, born Nov. 28, 1942, Linda Kay, Nov. 5, 1946 Their children are; Byron C., Russell Marion, Edith, Martha and Judith Ann, Sept. 30, 1950. and Lucille. Clark S. Powell, youngest son Theodore and Emza Powell, xxx Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Byron C. Perkins, born Oct. 1, 1910 married Gene Pitman, They lived after marriage at Lima, then moved to the Powell born Jan. 30, 1920, by whom he has two sons, Richard Allen, home farm and helped farm the place for a time, bought a farm born Sept. 28, 1942, and Timothy Dale, July 7, 1946. in Tipton County, Indiana, and returned some time later to help Russell Marion Perkins, born Dec. 26, 1911, married Louise on the home place again. Mr. DeLong and family entered a deep Ward, born Oct. 17, 1911, by whom he has a son, Norman, religious experience in revival meetings while in Indiana, and born Sept. 2, 1946. feeling called to enter the ministry, he left the farm and took Edith Perkins, born March 19, 1917, married Floyd G. work under the Free Methodist Church. He held pastorates in Anderson, born Oct. 17, 1910. Their three sons are; George various places in Ohio, among them Delta, Big Prairie, Franklin, born April 24, 1937; Charles Marion, June 5, 1941; Mansfield and Rocky River; finally ending in Toledo. Along with William Frederick, June, 1945. serving as a minister he also did paper hanging and house paint- Martha Perkins, born Feb. 4, 1920, married Ora A Kincaid, ing. They owned their home on Ottawa Drive in Toledo. He born Oct. 9, 1918. Their children are; Ora A., III, born Jan. 9, passed on Dec. 15, 1922 and Priscilla soon after on July 3, 1923. 1944, and Sara Jane, May 4, 1946. Olive DeLong married Cleveland Rush, Aug. 30, 1913, born Lucille Perkins, born June 19, 1925, married Floyd F. March 29, 1885. They lived in Toledo where he had work. It Andrews, born Feb. 2, 1912. Their two daughters are; Marcia seems their marriage was to some extent urged upon Olive, and Sue, born Nov. 22, 1946; Jennifer Linn, March 14, 1952. finally discontent led her to get a divorce after some years of Florence Susan Powell married Henry Luther Stahl, born living peaceably; whereupon she married Mr. George L. Foster, Feb. 20, 1895. Their three daughters are, Margaret Lucille, Nov. 23, 1933, born Jan. 13, 1879. He was a dry cleaner, and Harriette Eleanor, and Winifred Eileen. passed on Sept. 30, 1941. On July 16, 1945 she married Alonzo Margaret Lucille Stahl, born Jan. 11, 1923, married Virgil L. Williams, born Feb. 20, 1879; a real estate salesman of Lamar Wright, born Oct. 2, 1916. They have three sons: Leslie Greenville, Darke County, Ohio. Lamar, born May 30, 1948; Gary Bernard, April 27, 1950; Alex Charles DeLong, after attending church school in Michigan, Dale, Dec. 10, 1951. married Fanny May Cottrell, June 12, 1913, born Nov. 14, Harrietta Eleanor Stahl, born April 2, 1924, married Charles 1890, by whom he had four children; Francis Paul, born April Alex McFarlan, born June 26, 1923. They have two children, 26, 1914, died May 4, 1914; Thelma June, Maybelle Pauline, Ronald Charles, born Nov. 23, 1942; Janice Day, Oct. 17, 1947. and Virginia Isabelle. He became a mail carrier in Toledo, which Winifred Eileen Stahl, born Nov. 7, 1925, married Otera position he continues to fill, though near to the time of retire- Veachel Coffman, born Oct. 22, 1923. Their children; Sharon ment. Mrs. DeLong, under a state of depression from a year’s ill Eileen, born Oct. 2, 1947; Dennis Wayne, Oct. 15, 1949. health, following a nervous breakdown, took her own life by the Martin N. Powell married Mary A. Sims, born Jan. 2, 1895, poison route, March 9, 1922. He married his second wife, Mrs. in Boone Co. Ind., by whom he had four children, Phillip Anna Pauline Willis, May 26, 1923, born April 26, 1884, a Eugene, Clarence Vernon, Marjorie Louise and Raymond woman of the same community of Toledo. They live at 2421 Martin. He is farming his farm in Indiana. Phillip Eugene Trenton Ave., Toledo and are very faithful members of the near Powell, born April 10, 1921, died Aug. 1925. by Free Methodist Church. Clarence Vernon Powell was born July 3, 1926. Thelma June DeLong, born Aug. 14, 1915, married Anton Marjorie Louise Powell, born Aug. 9, 1927, died Aug. 12, 1927. Popp, Feb. 3, 1940, a real estate salesman. Raymond Martin Powell, born Jan. 9, 1929, died Dec. 22, 1929. Maybelle Pauline DeLong, born Aug. 16, 1917, married Laura Powell married Chester Blubaugh, born Dec. 1, 1892. Fred L. Brill, Nov. 23, 1939, born Oct. 30, 1917. He is an elec- Their children are, Hiram E., and Elmo A. trical foreman, Toledo, Ohio. Hiram E. Blubaugh, born May 5, 1920, married Betty Lois, Virginia Isabelle DeLong, born March 28, 1921, married born April 27, 1916, by whom he has three children; Louis Taylor, a restaurant owner of Toledo. Robert, born Jan. 28, 1946; Rebecca, Aug. 15, 1947; Charles, Oct. 8, 1951. Elijah Elmo A. Blubaugh, born May 21, 1922, married Mildred Elijah Powell was approaching young manhood at the age of four- [last name unknown], born Sept. 16, 1926, by whom he has two teen, upon his death, Dec. 3, 1870, when convalescing from a children. fever. Brother Ellsworth related that he saw Elijah eating a turnip, which doubtless brought on his death when about to be well again Priscilla Catherine and pursue a promising life for a youth that age. He was the only Priscilla Catherine Powell, second daughter of Andrew and child who was taken away in that early period of life. Phebe Powell, married Francis DeLong, 1897, son of Mr. and Roger Sherman Powell, youngest son of Andrew Powell by Mrs. David DeLong of near Lima, Ohio, his mother Catherine his first wife, married Margaret Jane Hamlin, 1881. She was the being a sister of Andrew Powell’s second wife. He was born July daughter of Samuel Hamlin Sr., born June 3, 1865, by whom he 2, 1858. Their children; Earl, born Sept. 21, 1879, died Aug., had seven children; Curtis, died in infancy; Edith born March 18__; Olive, Sept. 13, 1881; Charles, Aug. 28, 1888. 31, 1883; Harry, July 5, 1885; Mamie E., Aug. 28, 1889; Ralph, Aug. 3, 1895; Gail, June 7, 1898; Ethel, Aug. 28, 1904. xxxi Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Sherman, for the most part, followed farming. For a time he was 1857. Their children: Ellsworth J., born June 6, 1883; Emerson partner with Frank Cooper in the sawmill in Blackbird hamlet K., April 2, 1885; Howard Elroy, July 9, 1888; Florence Ermo, near home by the L.E. & W. R.R. and Washington road. Then Dec. 20, 1890; Edna Mae, Jan. 4, 1893; Carl Dewey, he worked at roofing the oil tanks on the nearby farm. He April 21, 1898. owned a farm north of Findlay in Allen Township; then one Mr. Hamlin was a successful farmer, first on a farm north of northeast of Findlay by the Tiffin road; finally moved to the the little Blackbird hamlet along the Washington road. In 1887 north-west suburbs of Findlay. He was a man of large build and they bought a farm in Henry Township, Wood Co., about five strong. The writer remembers two incidents in school. During miles west of North Baltimore, along the county line between an intermission Sherman got into a tussle in the room with John Hancock and Wood Cos. Here they raised their family of six Hamlin, a small, spry, young fellow, later to become a brother- children, five of whom became teachers, and through thrift and in-law, and lifted him over his head and tried to lay him down, up-to-date farming attained competence and retired to their new but John persistently landed on his feet. At another time Bill home they made in North Baltimore in 1927. Mr. Hamlin for Hoppas happened to visit the school ground and had a wrestling many years was assessor of Henry Township, and a member of match with Sherman, in which both ended with torn trousers. the township board of education. The family have been active in Sherman’s health was affected in his latter days causing aberra- the Methodist Church. tion of mind, resulting in his hospitalization, shortly after which Ella, in her later years, contracted an ailment which rendered he passed on, March 16, 1915. His widowed wife, Margaret, her very feeble and almost helpless for her last twelve years. She later married Henry Bibler of Findlay. She passed on Feb. 17, departed this life April 30, 1938, at 76 years. [Her husband] 1932. They were members of the U. B. Church. continued to reside with daughter Florence in their North Edith Powell, the oldest daughter, had by her first husband, Baltimore home, active up to the time of his recent passing on a Mr. Hayes, a son , Granville, born May 19, 1903, who married June 17, 1952, at the advanced age of 95 years. Most of the Helen _______. Their children are Janet, Peggy and Patsy. Powells were Republicans in politics, but the Hamlins held to Edith’s second husband was Earl Helpman of Toledo, born the Democrats. The Prohibition Party, for a time, was supported Dec. 6, 1884. They had four children: Clair, born March 11, by several of the Powells. 1906; Aldine, July 1909; Edward, Feb. 13, 1916; Harry, Dec. Ellsworth J. Hamlin married Maud Weirough, Dec. 24, 23, 1917. They live in Toledo. Mr. Helpman died Sept. 23, 1910, daughter of Phillip and Rachael Weirough, farmers of 1950. Aldine Helpman married a Mr. Vogtberger. She died May Portage Township, born Sept. 15, 1886, by whom he had three 5, 1942. children; James, Martha Lois and John Phillip. Ellsworth taught Harry Powell married Sedella Stine, 1915. They live in Findlay country school and in the McComb school for several years. He where he pursued various jobs. He passed on, Feb. 17, 1921. attended West Lafayette College summer school one season. Mamie E. Powell married Lloyd L. Ohl, June 7, 1911. They After marriage he bought a farm in Hancock County, neighbor- lived in Allen township for 10 years, then moved to Findlay ing across the road from his father’s place. Mr. Hamlin become where he became game protector for Hancock county. Mamie ill with stomach cancer and passed his last days in the Findlay passed on, July 3, 1937. Hospital where he passed on Feb. 9, 1940. In the mean time, Ralph Powell was the soldier boy of the family in World War while he was in the hospital, his wife died suddenly of heart I and died in camp in Georgia, Oct. 1918, of the influenza, attack in her home, July 8, 1939. Both were buried in the which disease took a great toll of the soldier boys that year. Pleasant Hill cemetery of Portage Township. They were active in Gail Powell married Ralph W. Hanna, Jan. 2, 1917, born the Portage Chapel Methodist Church. July 4, 1897. They have a daughter, Margaret Ellen, born Nov. James Hamlin, born May 19, 1916, died May 21, 1916. 20, 1917, who married George J. Simon, Sept. 27, 1940. They Martha Lois Hamlin, born Jan. 27, 1920, attended Bowling have two children: Jo Ellen, born Aug. 23, 1945; Jan, Nov. 2, Green State University, married Emerson Apple, Dec. 23, 1940, 1947. Gail and family all live in Findlay. born March 9, 1918. They were farmers and have a daughter, Ethel Powell married [Mr.] Campbell of Toledo. Their on Janet, born Aug. 2, 1942. son, James G., born March 14, _____, who married Helen John Phillip Hamlin, born Jan. 4, 1926, married Phyllis Hampton, Jan. 28, 1950, by whom he has a con James Jr., born Harris, March 31, 1951, born April 26, 1929, by whom he has Jan. 31, 1951. They live in Toledo. a daughter, Cheryl Ann, born Sept. 14, 1951. They live on and Ethel’s second husband was [Mr.] Hernby of Toledo. She farm his father’s place. passed on, Dec. 23, 1943. Emerson K. Hamlin attended the McComb High School, Chldren by the second marriage. Caroline (Dotson) Powell, married Sadie Robb, Nov. 20, 1907, born Nov. 23, 1892, by Mother. whom he had two sons, Paul Kenneth and Howard Eugene. He engage in the clothing business in North Baltimore, where he Sarah Ellen passed away Dec. 1, 1921. Sarah Ellen Powell, usually called Ella, married John W. Hamlin, Paul Kenneth Hamlin, born Aug. 4, 1908, married Ruth a third cousin neighbor, Dec. 8, 1881. He was the son of Samuel Campbell, 1934, born June 17, 1909, by whom he had two Hamlin by his first wife of Powell descent, born March 28, daughters, Marylin, born Dec. 31, 1937 and Sara Ellen, Sept. 2, xxxii Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 1941. His second marriage was to June Heidke, Oct. 3, 1946, by Edna Mae Hamlin also became a teacher in the public schools of whom he has a daughter, Cathy, Nov. 23, 1947. He is a Wood County. She was doing well, in good health and had just commercial artist, and they live in Chicago. finished the year of teaching when on Sunday evening, May 16, Howard Eugene Hamlin, born April 11, 1916, married 1925, she was suddenly seized with heart failure and passed Ruth Spahr, 1940, born Dec. 20, 1918, by whom he has a son, away. It was a bitter experience for the family to lose her in the David, born Aug. 29, 1943. They live at Medina, Ohio, where early years of a useful life of promise and about to be married. he is a book keeper in the office of a big foundry. Carl Dewey Hamlin, the youngest son, became a school teacher, Emerson’s wife, Sadie, married again, a doctor, Dr. married LaVon Miller, Aug. 16, 1927, a neighbor girl born Nov. Mummaw and they also live at Medina. 20, 1904, by whom he had two children, Leland Carl and Jo Howard Elroy Hamlin attended the McComb and North Ann. Carl took full charge of the home farm when his father Baltimore high schools, graduated from Ohio Wesleyan retired to his North Baltimore home. Besides carrying on as a University, married Margaret Elizabeth Henry, a class mate, Aug. successful farmer he became active in public rural improvement, 24, 1916, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry of served for twelve years as secretary-treasurer of the Hancock- Circleville, Ohio, born 1892, by whom he has three children, Wood Electrical Cooperative Association, of which he was a Julia Elizabeth, Robert Henry and Henrietta Jane. Howard director, was a past master of Portage grange and traveled exten- pursued an intellectual life and followed up his college course sively, having visited every state in the Union and three provinces with postgraduate work at Simons College where he taught of Canada and Mexico. He was a member of the Democratic women’s classes, and at Harvard, preparing to be a physician, Central Committee in Wood County. He and family were getting his masters degree; moved to Columbus, did work in members of Portage Chapel Methodist Church. The Hamlin Ohio State University, changed his purpose to be a physician and family, at least in part, were capable as musicians, forming a sort entered the lecture field, particularly in the public schools of of orchestra in their home and took part in a church orchestra in Ohio, dealing with the evils of alcohol and narcotics. He occu- Portage Chapel at the time of Edna’s death. pies the position of Supervisor of Health and Narcotic When about to retire from farming, Carl took up teaching Education, Ohio Department of Education, and has issued again, going to the North Baltimore school. He built a brick several pamphlets in that field. They reside in their home place house in the south part of North Baltimore and was about to in west Columbus and are members of the Methodist Church. move in when, after some finishing work he was doing at the He is a popular speaker in his line and fills many engagements. new home, he was found dead in the back yard, evidently of Julia Elizabeth Hamlin, born Sept. 1, 1917, attended and grad- heart failure, April 29, 1950. uated with a degree from Ohio State University,taught at Leland Carl Hamlin, born July 13, 1928, married Jo Ann University High School in Fine Arts at O.S.U., and at the Apple, May 27, 1948, born Jan. 27, 1929, by whom he has a Ethical Culture Schools in New York City, in Ceramic Art, and daughter, Jo Lee, born Jan. 7, 1949. They live in North now teaches in the Museum of Modern Art, Rockefeller Center, Baltimore where he works at the Roseford Ordinance, an over- New York City. She married Charles H. Duncan, a physician, seer in the transportation department. Feb. 12, 1944. They have a daughter, Norine Elizabeth, born Jo Ann Hamlin, born Aug. 27, 1929, married Ray Roberts, Feb. 27, 1950. July 9, 1950, born June 17, 1929. They have a son, Larry Roy, born Robert Henry Hamlin, born April 2, 1923, attended North Dec. 11, 1951. Mr. Roberts is in the service in the Korean War. Western University at Evanstown, Ill., then completed a course in the Harvard Law School, and on June 1 this year, 1952, Ellsworth D. becomes First Assistant to the Commissioner of Public Health of Ellsworth Powell, the oldest son of Andrew Powell by his second the State of Massachusetts. wife, (added the D to his name in honor of his mother) followed Henrietta Jane Hamlin, born Nov. 7, 1924, graduated with the teaching profession for a number of years. He attended Ada a degree from O.S.U., did secretarial work in New York and at Normal College, then Findlay College for a year, married E. Era O.S.U., married William Paul Stoker Dec. 27, 1949. They live Yates Dec. 23, 1888, by whom he had eight children: Eva Lois, in Chicago where he, a Ph.D. man, is a member of the staff in born Oct. 20, 1889; Carl E., Oct. 8, 1891, died Sept. 5, 1892; nuclear physics with the Argonne Laboratories in Chicago. They Ilo Mae, Sept. 16, 1893; Bernice Fae, June 15, 1896; Helen and have a son, Paul Howard, born Sept. 12, 1952. Hester, twins, Oct. 16, 1898; Dorothy, June 23, 1904; Marion Florence Ermo Hamlin, older daughter of John and Ella E., May 13, 1910. Hamlin, has followed the teaching profession for many years, While Ellsworth continued to teach country school for some occupying positions in the Schools of Van Buren, Cygnet and time after marriage, he took up farming, first on his uncle Henry North Baltimore. In the meantime she attended summer school Hartman’s place in Eagle Township and living in the old house at Bowling Green Normal University, from which she received in which he was born. The schools in which he taught were the her M.A. degree in 1950. She has been living with her father in Kellar school, Eagle Center, the Swale school in Eagle Township their home near the school in which she teaches, and both have and a school near home in Liberty Township. When the old been faithful attendants at the Methodist church across the street home farm was sold in part he bought the part to the south-west from their home, in which she teaches Sunday-school class. She next to the Cox and Swisher farms; also a part of the old Flugga also clerks part time in a North Baltimore store. xxxiii Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family place. He moved the old Hoppas house to his land by the Lima Bair, born Nov. __, ____. They have a daughter Mary Louise road for his residence, which later he remodeled and enlarged to born Jan. 22, 1921. They have a farm by the Lima road its present size. He built adjoining barn and other out buildings, near Findlay, that joins to the sugar-camp woods of the old added to his farm part of the old home farm and place to the Powell farm. east, and land from the old Cox and Cromley farms along the Mary Louise Bair graduated with A.B., 1942, B.G.S.U., Washington and Lima roads, including the old home school- married Eldon Shafer, 1943, born June 3, 1918. He is a farmer house and grounds, which later was sold and made into a and they own a farm near Mt. Cory, Ohio. They have an dwelling house. He became a prosperous, model farmer, raising adopted son Steven Eldon, born Feb. 1952. sheep, cattle and hogs along with large crop production. About Helen Powell taught school, attended Findlay College, the year 1905 in the dead of winter his barn burned, possibly married Ralph E. Huffman Sept. 20, 1922, born April 23, 1900. spontaneous combustion, destroying the feed and several horses. They have a daughter Patricia, born Feb. 14, 1928. They live in Immediately he rebuilt and later moved to his place a neighbor- Findlay where he works for the Hoover Sweeper Company. ing barn for dairy and stock use. Patricia Huffman attended Ohio State University from Ellsworth served as an Ohio farmers institute speaker one which she graduated in 1949, married Norbert Laube June 14, year, about 1914, was a member of the Hancock Co. school 1949, a college mate. Both are teachers and have a daughter board for several years, a chief supporter of the nearby Powell Krista Ann, born Oct. 10, 1951. Memorial Church of which he served as s.s. superintendent for Hester Powell, twin sister of Helen, taught school, attended many years and taught a class up to the time of his death. In his Findlay College, married John W. Grimm June 23, 1921, son of later life he became quite a world rover, usually joining farm John Grimm Sr. of Findlay, born Dec. 4, 1898. He is manager groups on tours, visiting the West, Alaska, the West Indies and of the truck tire division of the Cooper Tire and Rubber Co., Panama, Mexico and Europe. He spent several winters in recent and in World War II had charge of truck transportation in Iran. years at Lakeland, Florida. His oldest daughter Eva usually The twin sisters live in adjacent homes in south Findlay. accompanied him on these travels. It was while on a trip to New Dorothy Powell taught school, attended Findlay College, England and Canada with his daughter Ilo and husband that he married Robert J. Shoemaker, June, 1926, son of Byron became ill and, on returning home, passed away in the Findlay Shoemaker, second husband of her sister Eva, born Feb. 21, Hospital Aug. 12, 1950, having nearly attained his 88th birth- 1903. They have a daughter Cynthia, born April 1, 1943. day. His wife Era had passed on years before on June 20, 1934. He is in the drug business in Findlay with his brother-in-law as She had taught school before marriage, a woman of high intelli- before stated. gence. Their graves are in Maple Grove cemetery of Findlay Marion E. Powell, married Alice Wyer Aug. 18, 1934, born where some others of the Powell family are buried. June 26, 1914, by whom he has a daughter Janet Kay, born Sept. Eva Lois Powell, oldest daughter of E.D. and Era Powell, 19, 1941. Marion took charge of his father’s farm and has been married Clyde Dorsey Aug. 7, 1912. He was born Oct. 30, 1887 fortunate in having as a helper his farm raised wife. He is well and taught school. To them was born a daughter Winifred, May supplied with up-to-date machinery by which he does most of 10, 1914. Mr. Dorsey passed away Dec. 5, 1914. Eva took a the work himself on the large extended farm. A son, James second husband, Byron C. Shoemaker, Jan. 1, 1924, born May Gregory, was born Jan. 23, 1954. 26, ____. He was a salesman. He passed away Aug. 14, 1926. The Ellsworth Powell family has been mainstay of the After his death she has made her home with her father. Her nearby U.B. Powell Memorial Church. industrious propensity expresses itself in her doing clerk work in Findlay stores, besides home work for the household. Charles Dotson Winifred Dorsey was married Aug. 18, 1939 to Verdell Charles Dotson Powell married Emma Burket, 1889, of near Clymer of near Rawson, Ohio, born July 2, 1914. He is a farmer. Elwood Ind., born 1870, by whom he had two sons, Homer K. Their children are, Tom and Sally, twins born Aug. 21, 1940, and Jason who died in childhood. Charles, upon arriving of age, and Mary Ann, Jan. 1, 1944. was variously employed; for a time at the saw mill near home, Ilo May Powell taught school, attended Findlay College, then on the old Cox farm, at that time run by Ransom Wallace, married George T. Stringfellow of near Rawson, born Dec. 9, then on the nearby oil company tank farm as a striker in tank 1885. He had been married before and had a daughter Lois. He building. Through thrift he accumulated funds and went to was a drug clerk in the Jackson store, then joined with his Indiana, Tipton County where good farm land was having sale brother-in-law Robert Shoemaker in taking on their own S.S. and bought an 80 acre farm from his father who first purchased drug store in Findlay in which they have done a good business it. The DeLong boys, cousins, had gone from Lima to the same for many years. Ilo and George have purchased the old brick region and took up land and residence there. Charles got his first Andrew Powell homestead, fixed it up, preserving its wife there, but she died July 22, 1892, leaving him with the two former appearance and surroundings, which they now use as a small sons; the younger, Jason, soon followed his mother to the summer home. grave. Bereft of wife and child, sad at heart, he let out his farm Bernice Fae Powell taught school, attended Findlay College, and returned with his remaining son to the old home place, married Harry E. Bair March 20, 1918, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al where he was employed for a time. He returned to his Indiana xxxiv Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family home and took a second wife, Matilda Hefflin, Oct. 1893, born home place. A house was located on this part of the farm, and a Aug. 3, 1866, by whom he had two more sons, Othello D. and corn crib wagon shed of the home place moved there for a barn. Chester. Charles improved his land and in time added a new Here he continued to live and farm his place for several years, frame dwelling to the home place buildings, where he lived till having in the meantime bought Huntington’s share. Then he his sudden death by heart failure, Jan. 27, 1940. Charles was a sold out and bought a farm west of Mt. Cory, having as a neigh- faithful attendant at the reunions of the Andrew Powell family bor a second cousin, Jacob Powell, son of Peter Powell. He soon each year, and with his family attended and supported the sold that farm and bought an eighty acre farm in Eagle Ty. churches near his home. His wife did not survive him long; her Several miles south of the home place. Here he continued for death occurring March 14, 1943. some years, raising a family, supplying the farm with good Homer K. Powell, oldest son of Charles D. and Emma machinery, among them a threshing machine. Finally he sold Powell, born July 5, 1890, married Hattie Smith, by whom he this farm and bought a forty acre one in Amanda Ty. North-west has a son King. They live in Kokomo, Ind. of Vanlue. His children by this time had reached their majority Othello D. Powell, born Sept. 16, 1894, married Marian and were married and located elsewhere. His wife Agnes passed Trittschuh April 12, 1922, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto on, July 26, 1934, leaving him a lonesome man for a few years Trittschuh, born July 15, 1895, by whom he has two children, till he married Lola May Essex June 22, 1940, a neighbor girl, David and Helen. Following high school Othello attended born 1900. After several years a sold the farm and they bought a Indiana University graduating with the B.A. degree, taught residence in Findlay, 908 E. Sandusky St., near the Old Mill school three years, in the army service during World War I for Stream of Tell Taylor’s song. Taylor’s old home place is across the two years, in Y.M.C.A. work for twelve years, as Educational street from Sullivan’s home, and the Hancock County Fair Secretary at St Joseph, Mo., General Sec. At Keokuk and at ground lies next to the east. Here they live with a beautiful Sioux City, Iowa, in insurance business in Tipton, Ind. for 8 garden of a variety of flowers etc. cared for by his artistic hand, years, and is now Sales Manager for the Pioneer Corn Company while she supplements her home keeping with a diversion in for the State of Ohio, being with the company for ten years, and which she takes pleasure, the care of some children. lives in Findlay. He has been president of the family reunion Marie Powell, only daughter of Sullivan and Agnes Powell, several years and at the reunion of 1950 suggested the writing of was born Sept. 11, 1892, married Howard Benson Sept. 10, this history by the writer. 1919, born Jan. 21, 1897. They have two daughters, Virginia David Powell, born May 12, 1926, has been a student for and Martha. They live on a farm near Mt. Blanchard. five years in the Indiana University School of Music from which Virginia Benson was born July 7, 1920, married Earl Launder, he received his master’s degree June 1951. For three years he Aug. 20, 1947, born Aug. 20, 1917. They have two children; Earl served as teaching assistant in the piano department at the Jr. born March 26, 1948, and Nancy, April 29, 1949. University. He married Judy Ahrens, Feb. 1950. He is now Martha Benson was born March 23, 1925. teaching piano at Eastern Kentucky State College in Richmond. Roy C. Powell was born Aug. 21, 1895, married Irene Helen Powell, born Feb. 1, 1928, is a W.A.C. in the Army at Ft. Snyder, 1915, born May 15, 1897, by whom he had a daughter, Lee, Va. Louella Agnes, born Oct. 28, 1916. They have been living in Chester Powell, born Oct. 7, 1895, married Glenna Jackson, Toledo. Aug., 1921. He was drafted into the army in World War I. He is Louelle Agnes Powell married James Russell, Jan. 30, 1936, a farmer, bought a farm of forty acres near his father’s home, born Feb. 19, 1915. They have two sons, James Jr. born Nov. 28, helped also to farm his father’s farm, and, upon his father’s death, 1936, and Todd Alan, Feb. 23, 1949. moved to the home and took full charge of the home place. Arthur Eugene Powell, born Nov. 15, 1898, married Vesta Chester is somewhat of a humorist and affords much amuse- A. Blunk Oct. 13, 1919, daughter of Samuel M. and Ella Blunk ment by his wit as a speaker at the family reunions. of Findlay, born Dec. 5, 1901, by whom he had a son Lester Eugene. Arthur is a farmer, having lived in Marion Ty., then east Sullivan of McComb, and at present on a farm east of the old Powell Sullivan Powell upon arriving of age worked for his brother place, which was at one time the home of David Dreisbach, Frank on his farm several miles south of Findlay, on what was the brother of Cornelius, husband of Emily Powell. old John Markle place. Later he helped farm the home place Lester Eugene Powell, born Feb. 15, 1922 in Marion Ty., with Francis DeLong. He married Agnes V. Shank March 4, graduated from Van Buren high school and attended Bowling 1891, daughter of Robert and Mary Shank of Findlay, born May Green State University for two years. He joined the army serv- 25, 1866 in Tuscarawas Co., Ohio, by whom he had five chil- ices in Oct. 1942, went to Italy with the 135th Infantry division, dren, Marie, Roy C., Arthur Eugene, Dwight and Harold E. He was killed in action Feb. 9, 1944. His body was brought home continued on the home farm jointly with brother Ellsworth, in 1948 and interred in Maple Grove Cemetery. He was a both families living for a time in the old house in which they member of Calvary Bible Church of Findlay. Thus war takes a were born. When part of the home place was sold to satisfy the toll and cuts short a promising career. glass factory involvement, Sullivan jointly with brother Dwight Powell, born Feb. 21, 1902, married Esther Sims Huntington bought the part north-west across the road from the Jan. 8, 1923, by whom he had two children, Maxine E. and xxxv Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Robert. This marriage was dissolved by divorce, leaving Dwight Clark Kelly Frazier, born Dec. 12, 1927, married Mary Lou with two small children. He later married Ethel Mick, Feb. 8, Steegman, Oct. 3, 1948, born Feb. 9, 1929. They have a daugh- 1930. They have an adopted daughter Kathleen, born Mat 1, ter Pamela Ann, born April 24, 1950, and live near Rawson. 1948. They have a farm near Mt. Blanchard. Ferrall Neall Frazier, born Oct. 22, 1935, lives with his mother Maxine E. Powell was born Jan. 29, 1925, married Aubrey at home. O. McEnery, Feb. 21, 1943, born Feb. 22, 1923. They have Waldo E. Powell was born July 20, 1900, married Dorothy three children; Aubrey Leon, born Nov. 20, 1943; Gary Lane, Kinsey of Detroit Sept. 14, 1927, born Sept. 15, 1903, by whom Jan. 5, 1946; Dixie Jo Lee, Dec. 28, 1950. he had a son Bruce K., born Sept. 26, 1929. They lived in Robert Powell, born March 4, 1927, married Catherine Detroit where he was an accountant for the Inter-City Trucking Molterni Dec. 4, 1948, born June 24, 1926. They have a daugh- Company. He attended Walsh Institute preparatory to his work. ter Patricia Susan, born March 26, 1951. He passed on after an operation for a tumor, Nov. 26, 1934. His Harold E. Powell, born 1905, married Eula B.B. Moore Feb. wife, left so early in married life, with a young son, has carried 9, 1927. This marriage was dissolved, and after some years he on at advertising drafting. She has married again, W. E. Sandy married a Toledo girl. They live in Toledo, where he has been Newall, and they live in Wyandotte, Michigan. Waldo and occupied with green-house work. family belonged to the Metropolitan Methodist church of Detroit. Son Bruce, after preliminary schooling, has entered Huntington military training in Kentucky. Huntington Powell, upon attaining majority, was employed a Flossie Powell, born April 24, 1902, became a teacher in the year on the George Fifer farm. Then he was employed at various Findlay schools, also attended the Bowling Green State Normal jobs, such as wood cutting and ditching jointly with brother of summers, lived with her mother till her marriage June 26, Homer, running a wagon making and repair shop, painting 1948 to Bion S. Schutt, born Feb. 21, 1884, an accountant of tanks on the nearby oil tank farm. He married a neighbor girl, Bowling Green where they now reside, while she continues her Olive Swisher, March 17, 1898, daughter of Charles and Helen teaching in Findlay. (Croft) Swicher, born Feb. 13, 1879, by whom he had seven Esther Powell, born Dec. 10, 1903, married Charles Bruce children: Treva, Waldo E., Flossie, Esther, Mae Belle, G. Dotson Van Steenburg, Dec. 13, 1922, born Oct. 27, 1902. They live in and Laurel. He farmed his grandfather-in-law Daniel Croft’s Florida where he follows engineer work. farm, bought a property of several acres in Blackbird, the heir of They have two children, Ted and Alice. the hamlet Blue Pigeon when the oil tank farm replaced the Ted Van Steenburg was born March 26, 1926, graduated latter. Here he lived the rest of his days, raising a large family and from Gainesville College, Fla. also working at days labor, mostly for brother Ellsworth on his Alice Van Steenburg, born Jan. 26, 1931, married Sergio farm. He was taken away suddenly by a stroke of apoplexy, death Rosa July 4, 1948, born June 19, 1927. They have a son Alan following within a couple of days, March 11, 1911, at the Randolf, born March 15, 1949, a daughter, Sandra Lee born middle age of 44. This was a sad and unfortunate stroke for his Dec. 30, 1952, another daughter, Debra Sue, born Dec. 31, wife and large family of young children; but they managed to 1954, and Mark Anthony, born July 13, 1961. carry on, the older son Waldo helping to support by labor on the Mae Belle Powell, born May 17, 1905, married T.H. George Powell farm. As the children grew up Olive at length sold Glathart Sept. 15, 1927, of Findlay, born Aug. 6, 1898. He was their place and moved to a residence on Hurd Ave., Findlay. in the life insurance business till his death, July 26, 1938. Mae Here she, with two daughters, lived till recently when they sold Belle is quite a business woman and has continued to carry on the property and moved to an apartment on north main street the insurance office work while living with her mother. Findlay. The family attend the U.B. church. Huntington was G. Dotson Powell, born June 4, 1908, married Mary Ellen deeply religious, of a jovial nature, and taught class in S.S. at the Gallant Nov. 8, 1930, born Sept. 30, 1910, by whom he has four home Powell Memorial church for some years. children: Lane, born Dec. 9, 1932; Roger, Sept. 5, 1936; Ned, Treva Powell, oldest daughter of Huntington and Olive July 17, 1942; and Ann, Nov. 15, 1943. They live in Findlay Powell, born Jan. 24, 1899, married Clark Frazier Aug. 16, where Dotson has worked for the Cooper Rubber Co., and is 1923, son of William and Frances Belle Frazier of near Rawson, now employed in the Ohio Oil Company office. Ohio, born Sept. 16, 1889 in Ada, Ohio. Their children: Laurel Powell, born July 8, 1909, married Dorothy Cramer William, Clark Kelly, and Ferrall Neall. Mr. Frazier farmed his May 27, 1934, born March 11, 1908, by whom he has a daugh- home farm and also for a time ran a fruit farm near Baconton, ter Gretchen, born Aug. 15, 1937. They live in Michigan where Georgia. Of late years he was a gasoline distributor. He was Laurel has been in the employ of an oil company. Later he was suddenly taken away of coronary occlusion Feb. 26, 1951. The transferred to Lawrenceville, Ill., then to Terre Haute, Ind., family adhered to the Methodist church of Rawson. 1950, where he is a divisional engineer for the Ohio Oil William Frazier, born June 10, 1924, was with the army in Company, having Illinois, Indiana and Michigan in his territory. France in World War II when he was missing in action Sept. 19, 1944. No word has since been heard of him. xxxvi Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Jennie June Carolyn Farthing born Sept. 30, 1920, died the day of birth. Jennie June Powell married Elmer Ellsworth Troutner Feb. 5, Virginia Eileen Farthing born May 20, 1922, married Willis 1889, son of Andrew and Amelia Troutner of Rockland, W. Nigh, Jan. 5, 1941, born Jan. 6, 1915. They have four chil- Venango Co. Pa., born March 14, 1861. They had eight chil- dren: Sharon Mae, born Nov. 9, 1942; Frederick Ellis, Dec. 3, dren: Inez Burdette, Arthur Burton, Florence May, Kenneth 1945; Andrew Gail, May 9, 1949; John Michael, Aug. 30, 1950. Eugene, Mary Irene and Lowell Laverne. They are farmers near North Baltimore. Mr. Troutner taught school, then became a roofer on oil Margaret Eloise Farthing born Dec. 8, 1923, married Ralph tanks in Pa., came to Ohio in 1886 to do the same work when W. Leonard, July 13, 1941, born May 9, 1922. They have three the oil tank farm was started near the Powell home, where he children: Larry Lynn, born May 20, 1942; Samuel Ralph, July along with some other tank roofer men roomed and boarded. 11, 1943; Patricia Kay, Oct. 24, 1944. They live in Findlay and He bought a farm in Portage Ty. near the Wood Co. line, close he operates a restaurant in Arcadia. to his brother-in-law John Hamlin’s place. Later he added 20 Le Jean Mae Farthing, born April 4, 1927, married Foster F. acres across the road to his original farm, built a large barn and Ford, May 26, 1946, born May 12, 1921. They have two chil- was a successful farmer. When the barn was under construction dren, Sheila Anne born July 2, 1948, and Sundra Lee, Nov. 13, a wind storm threw the unfinished structure down, obliging him 1951. They live in Arcadia, where he works in a garage and to do the work over again. The family attended the Methodist drives a school bus. Portage Chapel, in which Elmer taught a S.S. class for some Marilyn Joanne Farthing, born Dec. 14, 1929, married time, and several of their children played in the orchestra. He Robert L. Armentrout, Oct. 2, 1949, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.L. passed on March 28, 1943, at the ripe age of 82 years. Armentrout of Leipsic, Ohio, born Feb. 23, 1928. She and Inez Burdette Troutner, oldest daughter of the Troutners, husband graduated from the Leipsic High School, she being was born Feb. 1, 1890, became a school teacher, married Joseph employed at the Eoff Insurance agency in Findlay before Ellis Farthing Oct. 20, 1910, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Farthing marriage and he a Sgt. served in the air force for three years, with of McComb, Ohio, born April 28, 1889. To them were born ten two years overseas serving in Guam. They lived in Dayton for a children: Florence Ethelyne, Cleone Alberta, Elmer Burdette, while. Now she lives in Arcadia and works for the Ohio Oil Co. Merritt Galin, Ellsworth Leroy, Carolyn, Virginia Eileen, of Findlay, while he is in the U.S. Air Force, stationed in Margaret Eloise, Le Jean Mae, and Marilyn Joanne. Okinawa. Mr. Farthing was employed variously; for a time with a R.R. Arthur B. Troutner, born Dec. 3, 1894, was employed in the company. Unfortunately involvement in affairs with other clothing store business for a time then plumbing and electric women led to separation from his family. Inez has carried on, heating in Bowling Green, where he still resides. living for a time in Arcadia, Dayton, Leipsic and now in Findlay. Florence May Troutner, born Nov. 18, 1899, married Earl Florence Ethelyne Farthing, born Nov. 6, 1911, graduated from Merritt Farthing, June 29, 1927, brother of sister Inez’ husband, Tiffin Business University, married Milford David Cline July 22, born Feb. 27, 1899. They have four children: Wilma Irene, 1933, born Feb. 17, 1907. They have a son James David born Florence Lucile, Earl Eugene, and Lynn Laverne. They live in June 26, 1936, and live in Gallup, New Mexico, where he is McComb where he is manager of the parts department for the administrative officer with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Dept. of Hall Hardware Co. the Interior, and she does secretarial work. Wilma Irene Farthing, born Oct. 23, 1929, attended Cleone Alberta Farthing, born Nov. 27, 1912, married Bowling Green State University two years and taught one year, Howard Unser, Sept., 16, 1935, born Oct. 19, 1913. They have married Merle Gene Bovee, June 4, 1950, born Feb. 12, 1927. two children, Carolyn Jean, born April 14, 1941, and Robert They have a son Randall Jay, born March 2, 1952. He farms near Lee, June 7, 1945. Both Cleone and Howard graduated from McComb. Tiffin Business University and live in South Bend, Ind., where Florence Lucile Farthing, born Feb. 11, 1931, married he is manager Sales Promotion for Mishawaka Rubber and Thomas C. Bach, Feb. 25, 1952, born Feb. 12, 1929. He is Sgt. Wollen Mfg. Co. in the U.S. Air Force at Waco, Texas. Elmer Burdette Farthing, born Feb. 7, 1915, married Burnis Earl Eugene Farthing, born April 10, 1932, is in the U.S. Air Miley, Jan. 1, 1939, born June 24, 1917, by whom he has five Force, San Antonio, Texas. children: Donald Burdette, born July 19, 1939; Joyce Ellen, June Lynn Laverne Farthing, born Aug. 1, 1933, works at 24, 1940; Janice Burdette, Jan. 9, 1943; Dennis Dean, Jan. 8, Automotive Fibers, Findlay. 1945; Janeen Joan, May 10, 1948. They live in Leipsic where he Kenneth Eugene Troutner, born Jan. 3, 1903, married Ruth is Asst. Signal Maintainer on Nickle Plate R.R. L. Kelley, Sept. 9, 1935, born Sept. 12, 1911, by whom he has Merritt Galen Farthing, born Feb. 14, 1917, married five children: Naida Lane, born July 29, 1936; Karen Gay, Oct. Margaret Elizabeth Hayes, Jan. 22, 1940, by whom he has a 3, 1939; Pamela Ruth, Nov. 14, 1940; Douglas Powell, May 15, daughter Linda born April 11, 1941. They separated and Merritt 1942; Mary Elizabeth, March 22, 1949. They live in North married Gertrude Cimino Jan. 3, 1946, born Sept. 3, 1921. Baltimore where he runs an automotive electrical shop. They live in Cleveland where he works for General Motors. Mary Irene Troutner, born Oct. 6, 1904, married Roy R. Ellsworth Leroy Farthing born Dec. 6th, died Dec. 11, 1919. Clements, June 18, 1931, born Sept. 14, 1902. They live near xxxvii Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Blufton, Ohio, where he farms and raises fancy poultry, and also Homer was late in choosing a companion for life; not that he is custodian of Beaverdam school. was averse to the opposite sex, for he was subject to their alure- Lowell Laverne Troutner, born Sept. 9, 1909, married ments, which occasioned grief in his early love, in that consum- Lillian R. Farthing, Nov. 18, 1934, daughter of John Farthing, mation in marriage did not seem suitable; besides he was not born Feb. 22, 1914, by whom he has three living children, prepared to take a companion while pursuing his education and Howard Laverne, born Jan. 24, 1937, Elaine Ann, June 22, wanderings in teaching. His bachelor days ended when he met 1942, and William Elmer, Nov. 29, 1951. A twin of Elaine Ann, Edith A. DeBerry at West Lafayette College, daughter of Clark Blaine Eugene died on the day of birth, June, 22, 1942. They and Jeanne DeBerry of near Oakland, Md., born Sept. 27, 1878. live with his mother on the home farm which he has run success- They were married Sept. 1, 1909. She graduated from Western fully since his father’s death. Maryland College in 1902, taught school, and came to West Lafayette College in 1907 to teach languages French and Homer K. German and some Mathematics. Their children are: Home Homer K. spent a winter in No. 9 High School of Findlay, a Eugene, Carroll Fredlock, Margaret Eloise, and Eleanor winter in business school, taught a two month spring term of Virginia. She continued to teach some college classes up to the school, remained at home for several years after attaining major- time of going to Adrian in 1916. ity, employed on the home farm and at other jobs, such as wood Homer took to reform movements, particularly as to the cutting and ditching, taught a five month winter term at Eagle liquor traffic; was active in promoting the prohibition club in Center, 1891-92, then entered the spring term at the Findlay the old church before mentioned; canvassed county College in the Preparatory Dept. He continued to attend the Prohibitionists for party funds, etc. one summer; was county college, dropping out one year, 1895-96, to replenish funds by chairman of the party for a time up to 1896. His church activi- teaching the home school, took charge of the Science Dept. of ties began early, conversion experience coming at the age of 14, the college during his senior year, graduating in 1898. He in the revival meeting first held in the Powell Memorial church continued to teach in his alma mater two more years, then went by Rev. Wesley Powell in Dec. 1883, when quite a number of the to Barkeyville, Pa., where he took charge as Principal of a young people of the community experienced religious new birth. Church of God Academy for two years, 1900-02. His career has On the 5th night at the alter when praying earnestly a flood of been characterized by quite a variety of experiences, in keeping spiritual power came pouring into him like an electric shock, with the philosophy of “experience in all lines”, as he expressed flooding his whole being. This experience was redeeming in it. He had much travel experience with the bicycle; first, in quality and influenced his life ever after. He became S.S. super- attending college from his home, on a high 54 inch Standard intendent at 17, continuing such for some 15 years, taught S.S. Columbia, then later on a safety; made a trip of fifty plus miles classes most of the time since leaving the home church, was to Sulpher Springs, Ohio, and back again the same day to called upon occasionally to serve in church pulpits, especially arrange purchase of an astronomical telescope of Jacob Rice, very while teaching at Adrian College, the longest tenure being at the much exhausted on arriving home; a trip of some 150 miles to West Adrian Congregational Church. His church connections, brother Charles’ place in Indiana, part of the journey to and determined somewhat as to where located in teaching, included from Barkeyville, Pa., to arrange taking charge there of the United Brethren, Church of God, Methodist Episcopal, Academy, and other trips of less extent. He continues to use the Methodist Protestant and finally Methodist upon the union of bicycle at his 83 years. Methodist persuasions in 1940. He with family did somewhat of Homer continued teaching as his life’s work; the home traveling, ranging from coast to coast, visiting expositions, places school, 1902-03, Principal of the McComb high school, 1903- of historic interest, and some of the chief natural scenery features 06, attended the University of Chicago the year 1906-07, of the U.S. getting B.Sc. degree; taught mathematics and science, West Homer Eugene Powell, older son of Homer and Edith Lafayette College, 1907-1916, then transferred to Adrian Powell, born Nov. 16, 1910, at West Lafayette, married Mary College as head of the department of Mathematics and Edith Hawyer, May 30, 1935, daughter of Harley and Carrie Astronomy, given Emeritus standing in 1942, but continued Hawyer of near Huntsville, Ohio, born March 22, 1911, by part time work up to retirement in 1949. His teaching extended whom he has three children: Daryl Eugene born Oct. 3, 1937; into other fields besides the particular departments assigned Richard Harley, April 11, 1939; Kay Marguerite, July 23, 1944. him, including languages Latin, Greek and German, History They met as students at Adrian College, graduating the same and Geography. His favorite field was Astronomy, aided with his 3 inch objective equatorial mounted telescope. In the meantime, year, 1932. After graduation she taught school near her home he extended his education in attending summer schools; at place for several years and attended summer school at Bowling Chautauqua, New York, 1999 [sic]; Ohio University, 1904; Green. Eugene attended the University of Michigan for a year, Ohio State U., 1907, and the State U. laboratory at Cedar Point, Physics being major work, receiving the M.S. degree in 1933; 1908; the U. of Chicago 1916 and a couple following summers; took up teaching, mainly Physics and Chemistry, in the high finally four summers at the University of Michigan, receiving the schools of Carleton, Onsted and Sturgis, Michigan; changed to M.A. degree, 1925. xxxviii Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family laboratory work in 1942, in the Preston Laboratories dealing Eleanor Virginia Powell, born Aug. 3, 1923, graduated from with glass products at Butler, Pa.; changed in 1947 to the Toledo Adrian College in 1945; her goal being Journalism, which she Owens-Illinois glass research laboratory where he continued. followed up on a scholarship at the U. of M. for a time. She They reside in their own home in Maumee, Ohio, where on taught a year and a half, 1947-49 in the Roseville, Mich. School, their spacious grounds they do somewhat on gardening as side went to Battle Creek to help edit the Kellogg Co. monthly hobby, she having again taken up teaching in the magazine for a time in 1949, and has been teaching in the State Monclova, Ohio, school. They are members of the Maumee School for the Deaf in Flint, Mich. In the meantime she has Presbyterian church. pursued courses at the school and under extension work of the Carroll Fredlock Powell, born Feb. 20, 1917 at Adrian, U. of M. from which she received her M.A. degree, June, 1952; married Dorothy Barnhart Aug. 30, 1947, daughter of Mr. and also summer school in Spanish at the University of Mexico in Mrs. Charles A. Barnhart of Columbus, born Aug. 30, 1918, by 1946, and this present summer of 1952 attended the University whom he has two sons, David Benson born Aug. 23, 1948, and of Washington at Seattle. She goes to Detroit this coming year Byron René, March 4, 1950, and a daughter Karen Elaine, Jan. to teach in a Lutheran school for the deaf. Eleanor has traveled 22, 1953. Carroll graduated from Adrian College in 1939, then some. During the summer of 1950 she in company with another on a scholarship, two years at the University of Michigan with girl friend made the trip to Alaska, getting as far as Kotzebue the M.S. degree, Chemistry being his major work. He was assis- above the Arctic Circle to see the Midnight Sun, taking advan- tant in chemistry his senior years at Adrian. He left the summer tage of the airplane part of the journey. In the summer of 1951 session at Michigan in 1941 to do metallurgy work in getting she made an auto journey thru New England and points East, magnesium from Ohio dolomite rock at the Bettsville, Ohio with her parents accompanying; summer of 1953 a conducted laboratory. Then, while World War II was on, transferred to the trip to the countries of western Europe, a summer of 1954 trip government Basic Magnesium plant near Las Vegas, Nevada. around the world. Upon the ending of the war he took work in chemical metal- lurgy in the Batelle Memorial Institute in Columbus. Here he Inez May met his future wife. They have resided several places in Inez May Powell, daughter of Andrew Powell by his third wife, Columbus and now are located in their own property by the Sarah Ann (Longbrake) Powell, prepared for teaching, attended Scioto River in the suburbs of north-west Columbus. They Findlay College the year 1899-1900, taught rural school for a belong to the First Community Church of Columbus. time, married Ezra Otis Yates Aug. 27, 1903, son of Mr. and Margaret Eloise Powell, born Feb. 11, 1920, married Archie Mrs. Absalom Yates of near by neighborhood, born Sept. 8, McNeal Thomas, Jan. 3, 1943, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie M. 1871. Their children are: Willard Eugene, Randall Paul, Joyce Thomas Sr. of Pittsburg, Pa., born March 14, 1919. They were Quentine, and Medford Wendell. class mates at Adrian College, graduating in 1941. She assisted Mr. Yates taught school, was a minister in the United in Biology in her senior year. Their children: Paul McNeal, born Brethren Church for several years, assistant teacher in Barkeyville July 1, 1944; Richard Bruce, July 13, 1947, died Aug. 25, 1947; Academy 1901-02, and after marriage was Superintendent of the Barbara Jean, Feb. 22, 1949. Upon graduation Margaret entered Mt. Blanchard school, turned to farming jointly with his the U. of Mich. Hospital as a biology student, and later became brother-in-law, James Powell on the home place, bought a farm an assistant bacteriologist. Mr. Thomas took a year’s post gradu- several miles south of Findlay where he built a new house and ate work in the University of Michigan for his M.A. degree, then farmed for several years, sold out in 1918, moved west, locating was called into army service in 1942; was located in camps in on a ten acre plot of land near Florence, Colo., later moved to a Mississippi, Arizona, California and Ft. Dix, New Jersey; trans- farm which he bought near Carr, Colo., meantime teaching ferred to Italy and served in the 5th army in the Italy campaign school at Greeley, Colo. And for a number of years at Ft. Collins till war end. Margaret joined her husband by locating nearby his as Superintendent after locating near Carr. They are now living camps, taking employment at Yuma, Arizona, Indio, Cal., and in Ft. Collins in their own home which he has built, and belong Trenton near Ft. Dix. to the Presbyterian church. Upon Archie arriving home from the war, in which he Willard Eugene Yates, born Sept. 8, 1904, attended college attained the rank of 1st lieutenant, they located at Willow Run, at Gunnison Colo., majoring in journalism, married Ora while he furthered his education, mainly in Speech, at the U. of Katherine Martin, May 4, 1931, born April 30, 1906, by whom M. In 1947 he became instructor in Speech in Heidelburg he has four children: Yvonne Elaine, born April 19, 1932; College, Tiffin, Ohio, where he continues, specializing in over- Willard Eugene Jr., May 8, 1935; Ronald Dean, Oct. 21, 1941; seeing Debate, in which his team has attained high honor. They Richard Lee, Aug. 27, 1943. She was a stenographer and former live in their own property in Tiffin and have membership in the instructor in Recreation. They live in Vellejo, Calif., at Mare Is. Methodist Church. where he is advertising manager on a large paper. xxxix Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Randall Paul Yates, born July 20, 1907, graduated from the since a field is being developed on neighboring sections, and Ft. Collins Agriculture College, majoring in Agronomy, married have leased their farm for that purpose. They are active members a girl fellow student in college, May, 1931. They lived in Ft. of the near by Friends church. Collins for a time while he held a position there. They separated Mildred Maxine Powell, oldest daughter of James and finally, and he married Margarette Hill, June 16, 1945, a teacher Georgia Powll, born Aug. 28, 1908, married Alvin Joshua Bond, in high school, born June 2, 1917. They live on the home Sept. 25, 1929, a neighbor, born April 23, 1905. They have four place which he farms, wheat being a main crop. He bought the children: Maxine Eloise, born Aug. 29, 1930; Hubert James, home farm and built a good modern house, has shops and outer Sept. 21, 1931; Harvey Alvin, Sept. 28, 1939; Roger William, buildings. Oct. 14, 1943. They have a farm near their home folks and have built their home and other buildings where they live. Maxine is Joyce Quentine Yates, born April 29, 1909, spent a year attending a Junior College of Tuonar University, Wichita, Kan. in college, married Lester Leroy Eberhardt, Oct. 4, 1930, born Preparing for the ministry. Hubert has finished high school, Jan. 15, 1902. They have two sons: Quentin Leroy, Nov. 29, 1949 at Plains and helps his grandfather Powell in building his 1931, now in army service in Oklahoma, and Norman Lee, Feb. new house. 18, 1943. Cleone Toinette Powell, born Oct. 12, 1910, attended Medford Wendell Yates, born June 11, 1918, graduated Kansas City University, taught several years, married Ross Davis from the Ft. Collins College, majoring in Mechanical Herron, June 5, 1938, born Nov. 2, 1907. Their children are: Engineering, married Elsie Jean Rethay, July 4, 1942, born April Elinor Ann, born Sept. 16, 1939; Shirley Jean, March 14, 1942; 17, 1918, by whom he has two daughters, Christine Ann, born Ronald Davis, July 12, 1944. They live in Hutchison Kan., Dec. 16, 1943, and Kathryn Lynn, May 1, 1947. She was where he teaches mathematics and science of the 8th and 9th cashier in a bank in Los Angeles. Medford became an aviator and grade. They have a half section farm near Spearville, Kan., and now is instructor in Mechanical Air Craft in Los Angeles where he also farms a section for his mother. they live. Virginia Rebecca Powell, born Jan. 19, 1912, taught several years, married Lowell Brown Ross, June 9, 1940, born March James Garfield 21, 1907. Their children are: Erric Virgil, born March 21, 1941; James Garfield Powell, youngest son of Andrew Powell, married Gordon Lee, May 23, 1942; Janet Gwendolyn, April 14, 1943; Georgia Ann Conaway, Dec. 3, 1907, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dean, June 25, 1947; Larry Basil, Sept. 9, 1948. They Basil Conaway of Findlay, born May 15, 1886, by whom he has live in Oregon. He works in the lumber business and also takes nine children: Mildred Maxine, Cleone Toinette, Virginia care of their farm. Rebecca, Loyal Ned, Martha Juanita, Wanda Ruth, Don Loyal Ned Powell, born March 6, 1914, married Barbara Garfield, Audrey Rose, and Iola May. Leona Bray, Dec. 28, 1945, born Nov. 27, 1909. They have a James on attaining majority continued to farm the home son, James Thomas, born Sept. 28, 1946. They live in Plains place, into possession of which he came jointly with sister Inez; in an adobe built house. He is a mechanic and works in later in full possession till 1918 when he sold out, part of the Meade, Kan. place being bought by brother Ellsworth and part by cousin Martha Juanita Powell, born Aug. 25, 1915, married Junius Powell. He purchased a farm of 120 acres in Arkansas and Clarence Henry Gowens, May 10, 1935, born May 9, 1914. went on to Kansas where a couple of uncles were located, bought Their children are: Robert Duane, born June 20, 1936; Joyce a farm of 640 acres south-east of Plains where he moved his Fay and Marilyn Kay, twins, June 22, 1938; Patricia Louise, Jan. family and has lived there ever since, the last three children being 15, 1941; Ronald Eugene, Dec. 23, 1942. They live in Liberal, born there. The land they own is in the dry steppe region where Kan., where he is a foreman for the Southwest Iron and Metal wheat is the main crop. The living there has been of a pioneer- Works, whose business takes in five states. ing nature, requiring stamina in the face of lack of facilities and Wanda Ruth Powell, born Feb. 11, 1917, married John discouragement of crop failures some years because of drought. Charles Harvey, Dec. 6, 1942, born Sept. 28, 1918. Their chil- However, they have braved these disadvantages and overcome dren are: David James, born June 18, 1944; Paul Wayne, Jan. 9, the extra financial trials of the depression of the 1930’s, at which 1946; Vera Jean, Dec. 22, 1949; Timothy Wright, May 5, 1951. time he sold off a quarter section; he had sold the Arkansas farm Mr. Harvey is a minister of the Friends Church; was pastor of earlier; he has built a large barn and other out buildings, and the church in Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1945, and taught Bible in Penn now they have about finished and are living in a new adobe College. They now live Highland, Ohio, where he is pastor of a house which replaced the old one. Their family are all married; rural church. son Don now helping farm the home place and living in a house erected near by on the farm. They have good prospect of oil, xl Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Don Garfield Powell, born Nov. 6, 1918, married Esther graduates with degree. Some of these pursued several of the Marie Spencer, Nov. 13, 1943, born Nov. 12, 1917, by whom occupations mentioned. The family is noted for thrift, musical he has three children: Wayne Garfield, born Sept. 29, 1946; talent, and instrument as a piano or organ being in many of the Donnetta Marie, Sept. 23, 1948, and Betty Jean, July 17, 1952, homes; of strong convictions, some gifted in forceful speech as Esther in a home for feeble minded children at Buckley, Wash. testified in that medals were awarded to two in Demorest contest where Don also worked and later at Agronomy farm at Ames, declamation and to one in college oration contest; abstemious, Iowa, 1943, assumed the farming of the home place where they abstaining from the evils of liquor and the tobacco habit; reli- now live in their home close by his parents. gious, supporting the church, and bound by strong family ties Aubrey Rose Powell, born Sept. 1, 1920, married Lester and tradition as witnessed by the yearly reunions and the Family Otto Burdette, Oct. 6, 1940, born Jan. 23, 1910. Their children Tree designed and executed by cousin Jessie Powell Moore and are: Barbara Carol, born Dec. 25, 1941; Frances De Ann, July Harley Dreisbach. 25, 1943; Robert Leroy, April 26, 1945. They lived near A Powell family history gotten out by the Media Research Witchita where they raised poultry, 1946; now live near Valley Bureau of Washington D.C., has this to say of the general Powell Center. Their house was destroyed by a tornado in 1949. They family in this country, “They have been noted for their energy, rebuilt and in 1951 bought 90 acres of land. He is chef in Innes ambition, industry, moral and physical strength, initiative, Tearoof at Witchita. perseverance, fortitude, resourcefulness, courage and leader- Iola May Powell, born Aug. 14, 1924, attended Friends ship”. This is quite a list of excellent characteristics for us of the University, Oskaloosa, Iowa, graduating in 1946, married particular Andrew Powell family to endeavor to emulate and Warren Eves Cadwallader, Aug. 12, 1948, born July 11, 1921. bequeath to our posterity. They have a daughter Mariann Dee, born Oct. 27, 1950, and live near Oskaloosa, Iowa, on their large stock and grain farm. A son, Warren Lee, born Oct. 20, 1953. June 21, 1951 Adrian, Mich. Children of the Third Mother by the First Husband The two daughters of Sarah Ann (Longbrake) Powell by her Finished typing July 29, 1952 previous marriage became members of the Andrew Powell household up to the time of majority, and also the son for a brief period. Cora Silva Longbrake, born Oct. 19, 1868, married W. Sherman Lucas, Jan. 16, 1887. They had five children: Eva Gertrude, Virtue Hazel, Gladys M., D. Ray and Harlowe L. The first two died in childhood. They lived in Findlay where he was employed. He passed on , Jan. 9, 1943, and she on Nov. 20, 1951. Minnie Etta Longbrake, born about 1871, married Albert Shank, April, 1891. They had four children, two boys and two girls: Clarence, Robert, Beulah and Bernice. They live in Findlay. Curtis Longbrake married Cela Morgan; later they separated and he took a second wife. They live in Findlay. He passed away some years ago. It appears from the foregoing account that the descendants of Andrew Powell number 408 or more. The family of Theodore Powell bears the palm in number, there being 7 children, 30 grandchildren and 32 greatgrandchildren, a total of 69; Franklin Powell comes next with a total of 52; Jennie Troutner third with 48, and Emily Dreisbach fourth with 47. Farming is a chief occupation, though teaching for a time was followed by many. As far as known there are 8 ministers, 38 teachers, and 23 college xli Children of ANDREW Powell Bor n: 5-25- 1827 Died: 4- 17- 1916 and his first wife phebe ann yates Bor n: 11 - 1- 1830 Died: 9- 15- 1859 Married: 12- 21- 1848 Emily Powell Bor n: 9-28- 1848 Died: 12- 5- 1872 Married: 12- 5- 1872 Cornelius Dreisbach Bor n: 3-15- 1850 Died: 12- 11- 1932 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 1 EMILY Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 1.1 1.1.1 18.104.22.168 Lawrence A. Dreisbach Herbert Paul Dreisbach Jeffery Dreisbach b. 9-9-1873 b. 10-17-1904 b. 1-2-1951 d. 8-22-1946 d. 4-23-1973 m. 10-12-1974 m. 6-11-1902 m. 6-14-1941 Nancy Carol Brickhead Emma Hoppenburg Pansy Lee Massey b. 2-22-1956 b. 7-5-1876 b. 5-17-1918 d. 12-19-1946 1.2 Jenny May Dreisbach b. 12-11-1874 d. 7-1-1876 1.3 Mabelle Dreisbach b. 3-28-1876 d. 6-20-1967 m. 9-7-1910 Frank Day Knight b. 9-25-1870 d. 6-15-1957 5 1 EMILY Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 1.4 1.4.1 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Orville Dreisbach Robert James Dreisbach Sara Nelson Dreisbach Robert Warren Brannen b. 11-10-1877 b. 6-19-1911 b. 12-22-1942 b. 12-11-1972 d. 8-5-1959 d. 3-11-1992 m. 8-27-1966 m. 6-1-1910 m. 6-15-1941 Herbert C.Brannen Helen Hodgens Alice Irene Nelson b. 12-29-1944 188.8.131.52.2 b. 6-1-1886 b. 5-7-1909 John Herbert Brannen d. 6-22-1938 b. 10-26-1974 m. 6-30-1940 Virgie (Bishop) Saul b. 11-2-1884 d. 3-13-1976 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 James Nelson Dreisbach Jessica Ryan Dreisbach b. 6-30-1945 b. 11-23-1975 m. 6-9-1973 Susan Lynn Knierer b. 7-3-1950 18.104.22.168.2 Marisa Alison Dreisbach b. 10-15-1977 1.4.2 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Helen Louise Dreisbach Thomas C. Doty Jahleh Arianna Doty b. 11-14-1912 b. 3-12-1949 b. 1-24-1978 m. 11-16-1946 m. 1-25-1976 Earl Wesley Doty Paricher Ghaffaradli b. 7-2-1911 b. 6-4-1947 d. 2-25-1968 m. 4-24-1987 Diana Swendson d. 4-24-1987 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Dennis D. Doty Max David Doty b. 5-26-1952 b. 1-11-1982 m. 7-30-1977 Jennifer Upton b. 4-26-1952 220.127.116.11.2 Jacob Michael Doty b. 12-22-1983 18.104.22.168 David W. Doty b. 2-7-1954 d. 5-30-1957 6 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 1 EMILY Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 1.4 1.4.3 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 188.8.131.52.1.1 Orville Dreisbach Virginia Dreisbach Ann Louise Trout Michael Eugene Norman Nicholas Norman (Continued) b. 3-6-1916 b. 10-20-1944 b. 3-13-1965 b. 6-3-1998 m. 8-21-1938 m. 8-14-1964 m. 9-13-1997 Van Abraham Trout Nicholas Charles Norman Clair Hanby b. 8-21-1915 184.108.40.206.2 220.127.116.11.2.1 Penny Jane Norman Abby Sobolewoki b. 10-19-1967 b. 6-16-1995 m. 4-30-1994 Tony Sobolewoki 18.104.22.168.2.2 Josey Sobolewoki b. 3-19-1998 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Susan Helen Trout Amy Louise Worthley b. 8-20-1948 b. 12-2-1973 m. 8-23-1970 George Worthley III b. 8-12-1948 188.8.131.52.2 184.108.40.206.2.1 Emily Ann Worthley Rolf Smith b. 7-28-1975 b. 10-10-1998 220.127.116.11.3 Mark Trout Worthley b. 5-23-1979 7 1 EMILY Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 1.5 1.5.1 Ardo B. Dreisbach Eugene W. Dreisbach b. 2-20-1881 b. 3-30-1907 d. 8-21-1926 d. 8-21-1926 m. 5-16-1906 Mollie Marshall 1.5.2 18.104.22.168 b. 9-12-1883 Esther F. Dreisbach Miriam G. Correll d. 11-22-1982 b. 12-28-1912 b. 11-19-1942 d. 8-20-1992 m. 8-2-1964 m. 12-28-1936 Robert Allyn Chapman George Merlin Correll b. 10-2-1943 b. 6-23-1910 d. 7-24-1976 d. 8-7-1992 22.214.171.124 Ruth E. Correll b. 4-12-1947 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Rachel D. Correll Tabitha Nicole Jacob b. 1-14-1951 b. 4-2-1979 m. 3-20-1971 Dennis Charles Jacob b. 12-16-1947 1.5.3 184.108.40.206 John Ardo Dreisbach Anne Slessor Dreisbach b. 12-23-1921 b. 3-18-1948 m. 4-27-1947 Bettie Short 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 b. 6-16-1923 John Corey Dreisbach John Patam Dreisbach b. 5-29-1949 b. 4-22-1975 m. 2-17-1973 Nancy Elizabeth Huff 22.214.171.124.2 b. 9-23-1948 Sarah C. Dreisbach b. 8-30-1977 126.96.36.199.3 Lydia M. Dreisbach b. 9-19-1979 188.8.131.52.4 Maria Dreisbach b. 6-24-1982 184.108.40.206.5 Paul Goforth Dreisbach b. 12-25-1984 220.127.116.11.6 Rose Suzan Brand Dreisbach b. 9-25-1988 8 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 1 EMILY Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 1.5 1.5.3 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Ardo B. Dreisbach John Ardo Dreisbach Elizabeth Reed Dreisbach Jordon Andrew Wertz (Continued) (Continued) b. 7-27-1950 b. 8-29-1980 m. 2-3-1970 Jerry Alan Wertz b. 3-28-1950 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Priscilla Judson Dreisbach Teresa Kathleen Fink b. 2-4-1953 b. 12-17-1978 m. 10-11-1975 James Roy Fink 184.108.40.206.2 b. 10-2-1951 Karen Diane Fink b. 5-30-1980 220.127.116.11.3 Richard J. Fink b. 6-9-1983 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Peter Brainard Dreisbach Peter Brainard Dreisbach II b. 1-7-1955 b. 8-18-1983 m. 9-27-1978 Cindy Blumgardner b. 12-27-1956 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Daniel Livingston Dreisbach Mollie Marshall Dreisbach b. 7-9-1959 b. 1-12-1993 m. 9-5-1987 Joyce Crowley 184.108.40.206.2 Mariah Esther Dreisbach b. 12-3-1995 1.6 1.6.1 220.127.116.11 Myrtle Vina Dreisbach Martin R. Broadbooks Joan Myrtle Broadbooks b. 12-27-1882 b. 9-16-1912 b. 4-28-1942 d. 7-6-1963 d. 4-10-1973 m. 5-3-1911 m. 8-14-1939 Robert Martin Broadbooks Dorothy Ambrose b. 2-27-1879 b. 11-7-1912 d. 4-17-1953 9 1 EMILY Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 1.6 1.6.2 18.104.22.168 Myrtle Vina Dreisbach Harold Eugene Broadbooks Daniel Robert Broadbooks (Continued) b. 8-29-1915 b. 8-6-1951 m. 6-4-1950 Hester Jane McCoy 22.214.171.124 b. 12-18-1928 John Norman Broadbooks b. 11-9-1952 126.96.36.199 Wendy Jane Broadbooks b. 2-18-1954 188.8.131.52 Thomas Harold Broadbooks b. 2-8-1956 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Roy Martin Broadbooks Jason Michael Broadbooks b. 7-5-1958 b. 6-11-1978 m. - - Robin Howell b. - - 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Nancy Louise Broadbooks Erin Elise Gasperson b. 3-5-1961 b. 3-28-1982 m. - - Stan Basil Gasperson b. - - 1.6.3 126.96.36.199 Mildred Myrtle Broadbooks Barbara Jeanne Blankenship b. 4-8-1920 b. 3-25-1943 d. 10-12-1992 m. 9-25-1942 John Lawrence Blankenship m. -12-1967 b. 12-9-1918 Wayne Patrick Crume b. 10-3-1939 188.8.131.52 Robert Lawrence Blankenship b. 7-6-1946 d. 10-29-1966 1.6.4 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Norman Bruce Broadbooks Janet Laurence Broadbooks Tyler Charles Randall b. 11-22-1923 b. 8-21-1952 b. 9-22-1983 m. 7-20-1948 m. 11-8-1981 Joyce Margaret Laurence Ray Charles Randall 18.104.22.168.2 b. 2-28-1926 b. 9-5-1946 Cory Joyce Randall d. 12-17-1997 b. 6-4-1987 22.214.171.124 Dana Joy Broadbooks b. 6-11-1955 10 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 1 EMILY Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 1.7 1.7.1 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Gladys K. Dreisbach Dorotha E. Diehlman David Diehlman Keene Leslie Rose Keene b. 9-21-1884 b. 6-20-1912 b. 6-19-1948 b. 1-3-1991 m. 1-15-1908 m. 11-8-1947 m. - - Clarence Hoffman Diehlman Leslie McDonald Keene Erin Henderson b. 10-15-1882 b. 11-11-1907 b. - - 184.108.40.206.2 d. 5-16-1955 d. 10-29-1988 Div. Kristiana Elizabeth Keene b. 9-8-1998 m. - - Deborah Foreman b. - - Div. m. 5-3-1997 Geri Byrne 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 22.214.171.124.1.1 Karen Gladys Keene Yasha Niomi Goetz Stevie Vaughn Ray b. 5-27-1951 b. 8-22-1970 b. 6-8-1990 m. 8-25-1969 m. 6-11-1994 Mark E. Goetz David Ray b. 7-16-1947 b. - - 126.96.36.199.1.2 Karen Ann Cortez m. 10-6-1979 m. - - b. 6-19-1997 Stephen Driver Clem Cortez b. 6-11-1944 b. - - d. 3-30-1990 1.7.2 Evelyn Diehlman b. 10-23-1914 m. 6-20-1937 Albert Boggs b. 4-10-1910 m. 11-8-1952 Eugene F. Rapp b. 12-14-1904 d. 8-16-1991 1.8 1.8.1 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Harley B.Dreisbach Elizabeth A. Dreisbach William D. Vogt Naomi Elizabeth Vogt b. 6-10-1887 b. 1-16-1922 b. 8-23-1946 b. 9-4-1969 d. 2-2-1966 m. 9-19-1942 m. 12-28-1968 m. 1-2-1918 Carl Joel Vogt Alice Esmond 220.127.116.11.2 Helen Duff b. 1-16-1920 b. 5-6-1948 Benjamin Harley Vogt b. 5-13-1890 b. 6-28-1974 d. 10-13-1918 m. 4-4-1986 Barbara Frye m. 4-12-1921 18.104.22.168.3 Araminta Frazer Helen Araminta Vogt b. 12-3-1886 b. 11-17-1986 d. 2-18-1982 22.214.171.124 Thomas Frazer Vogt b. 5-31-1950 m. 8-1-1998 Lisa Ann Cross 11 1 EMILY Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 1.8 1.8.1 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Harley B.Dreisbach Elizabeth Dreisbach Vogt Susan Elizabeth Vogt Jessica Ann Lonjak (Continued) (Continued) b. 5-4-1952 b. 8-23-1982 m. 7-29-1978 William F. Lonjak 184.108.40.206.2 b. 3-7-1951 Brett Joel Lonjak b. 5-1-1984 220.127.116.11.3 William Carl Lonjak b. 11-7-1986 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Janet Ann Vogt Suzanne Elizabeth Myers b. 7-13-1953 b. 5-2-1982 m. 8-5-1978 Richard L. Myers Jr. 126.96.36.199.2 b. 11-30-1952 Bridget Lynn Myers b. 10-5-1984 188.8.131.52.3 Lauren Jo Ann Myers b. 4-21-1986 184.108.40.206.4 Heidi Diana Myers b. 9-27-1989 1.9 1.9.1 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Fern E.Dreisbach Howard William Crandall Cathleen Jean Crandall Sean William Henry Raycroft b. 12-12-1889 b. 6-13-1921 b. 5-12-1951 b. 8-11-1983 d. 8-26-1984 d. 10-16-1990 m. 8-23-1975 m. 6-29-1920 m. 6-7-1945 Jack Raycroft 22.214.171.124.2 William McKinley Crandall Marjorie Jean Pape b. 2-8-1945 Christiana Maryanne Raycroft b. 1-18-1894 b. 9-10-1923 b. 1-25-1986 d. 9-17-1961 1.9.2 Emily Fern Crandall b. 2-3-1930 d. 10-31-1955 12 THEODORE POWELL Bor n: 3-15- 1851 Died: 11- 4- 1926 Married: 5- 21- 1874 EMZ A JANE KIBLER Bor n: 10 - 13- 1854 Died: 2-6-1924 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 2 THEODORE Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 2.1 2.1.1 Bertha May Powell Van Powell Hull b. 5-8-1875 b. 3-23-1899 d. 4-16-1958 d. 4-22-1908 m. 7-31-1897 Andrew J. Hull 2.1.2 b. 6-7-1870 Esme Fay Hull d. 2-10-1948 b. 2-9-1901 d. 10-27-1989 2.1.3 Ward Richard Hull b. 5-21-1902 d. 10-27-1918 2.1.4 Thelma Irene Hull b. 6-22-1904 m. 4-3-1946 William Baete b. 6-6-1902 d. 6-5-1987 2.1.5 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Loy Theodore Hull Theodore Loy Hull Richard Theodore Hull b. 12-12-1906 b. 4-13-1941 b. 7-15-1968 d. 11-25-1990 m. 6-19-1965 m. 10-8-1938 Susan Greenway Geraldine Bossmeyer b. 8-13-1942 b. 1-27-1909 d. 6-15-1982 m. 2-7-1987 Shirley Fay Smith 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Ronald Joseph Hull Lesley Lynn Hull b. 5-27-1942 b. 12-3-1967 m. 2-18-1967 18.104.22.168.2 Mary Lee Dozois Elaine Hull b. 4-16-1945 b. 5-31-1969 d. 3-18-1987 22.214.171.124.3 Melissa L. Hull b. 8-6-1971 126.96.36.199.4 Megan Michelle Hull b. 6-11-1975 188.8.131.52.5 Matthew Joseph Hull b. 8-19-1977 184.108.40.206.6 Andrew Loy Hull b. 1-4-1981 220.127.116.11.7 Nathan Thomas Hull b. 4-18-1983 15 2 THEODORE Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 2.1 2.1.5 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Bertha May Powell Loy Theodore Hull Carol Ann Hull Laura Stamper (Continued) (Continued) b. 11-1-1945 b. 7-20-1964 m. 11-1-1963 Gregory Stamper 126.96.36.199.2 b. 5-11-1941 Monica Lee Stamper d. 11-24-1976 b. 4-11-1975 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Diane Marie Hull Damien Lee Barth b. 12-7-1952 b. 2-13-1977 m. 2-9-1973 Bruce B. Barth b. 11-29-1952 2.1.6 Katherine Hull b. 4-2-1912 d. 4-3-1912 2.1.7 Myron Luther Hull b. 12-10-1914 d. 6-15-1944 2.1.8 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Dale Edward Hull Lisa Maria Hull Elizabeth Elaine Netherton b. 6-23-1917 b. 8-6-1964 b. 4-5-1988 m. 3-22-1958 m. 10-11-1986 Dorothy Benningfield Ward William Netherton Jr. b. 10-9-1926 d. 4-6-1990 2.2 2.2.1 Lawrence J. Powell Dudley Warren Powell b. 7-10-1877 b. 9-5-1915 d. 8-29-1940 d. 9-11-1915 m. 5-12-1915 Minnie Schiebe 2.2.2 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 b. 8-15-1893 Alice Marie Powell David Lawrence Wulf Patrick Wulf d. 5-6-1972 b. 8-7-1916 b. 7-30-1943 b. 12-24-1968 d. 1-19-1990 m. 8-19-1966 m. 7-10-1941 Mary Olson 188.8.131.52.2 Arthur Wulf b. 12-24-1943 Richard Wulf b. 12-12-1913 b. 2-27-1971 d. 12-12-1984 184.108.40.206.3 Suzanne Wulf b. 2-1-1978 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Ruth Alice Wulf Julie Ogburn b. 10-16-1945 b. 11-12-1970 m. 9-9-1966 Jerald Ogburn 22.214.171.124.2 b. 12-5-1938 Robby Ogburn b. 4-11-1972 16 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 2 THEODORE Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 2.3 2.3.1 Ernest Powell H.LaVerne Powell b. 6-1-1879 b. 5-19-1907 d. 11-21-1969 d. 4-28-1908 m. 6-21-1906 Amy Garlinger 2.3.2 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 184.108.40.206.1.1 b. 12-16-1885 H.DeWitt Powell Lois Sharon Powell Jeffery Douglas Geiger Meghan Geiger d. 12-31-1975 b. 11-17-1910 b. 5-27-1944 b. 5-8-1968 b. 8-1996 d. 5-13-1995 m. 10-7-1967 m. 9-23-1995 m. 5-1-1943 William Geiger Jr. Vicki Brunori 220.127.116.11.1.2 Rosalind Grall b. 1-12-1943 Caleb Geiger b. 2-9-1917 b. 2-5-1999 d. 10-16-1999 18.104.22.168.2 Cynthia Kay Geiger b. 8-31-1970 22.214.171.124.3 Matthew David Geiger b. 5-9-1973 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 David Merlin Powell Andrew D. Powell b. 6-25-1945 b. 5-26-1976 m. 3-9-1974 Carol J.Rager 184.108.40.206.2 b. 9-11-1952 Darren Nathaniel Powell b. 12-27-1978 m. 8-20-1988 Cynthia J. Pottschmidt b. 1-5-1956 220.127.116.11.3 Rachel Elaine Powell b. 8-13-1989 18.104.22.168.4 Amy Louise Powell b. 2-27-1991 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Martha Ann Powell Kristi Lynne Hall b. 2-1-1949 b. 2-3-1970 m. 7-6-1968 Larry D. Hall 188.8.131.52.2 b. 4-20-1948 Sean Lee Hall b. 5-22-1972 m. 3-26-1977 Carney Schnakenberg 184.108.40.206.3 b. 8-4-1945 Heather Autumn Schnakenberg m. 8-21-1999 b. 3-5-1979 Sam Spearman 220.127.116.11.4 Michael Emmett Schnakenberg b. 11-23-1980 18.104.22.168.5 Brian Anthony Schnakenberg b. 2-27-1982 d. 10-30-1999 17 2 THEODORE Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 2.3 2.3.2 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Ernest Powell H.DeWitt Powell Rebecca Sue Powell Joshua Lee Bowling (Continued) (Continued) b. 8-14-1954 b. 9-30-1980 m. 7-15-1972 John Henderson 188.8.131.52.2 b. 12-4-1952 Leah Anne Bowling b. 10-12-1982 m. -16-1980 Zacchaeus Bowling b. 10-16-1957 184.108.40.206.3 John Oliver Bowling b. 7-1-1984 220.127.116.11.4 Sarah Bowling b. 2-19-1986 18.104.22.168.5 Jesse Michael Bowling b. 10-1988 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Karen Elizabeth Powell Jacob Adam Wilch b. 9-4-1956 b. 9-28-1982 m. 7-22-1978 Ronald Wilch 188.8.131.52.2 b. 9-23-1955 Jonathan Andrew Wilch b. 1-5-1984 184.108.40.206.3 Jason Aaron Wilch b. 8-24-1985 2.3.3 Paul Dean Powell b. 5-15-1914 d. 11-2-1988 2.3.4 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Ruth Ellen Powell Roy Laudenslager Karen Laudenslager b. 7-20-1916 b. 8-30-1938 b. 11-14-1969 d. 7-5-1983 m. 5-7-1966 m. 11-14-1936 Susan Yager 22.214.171.124.2 Frederick Laudenslager b. 3-9-1942 Erik Laudenslager b. 6-24-1914 b. 11-24-1973 d. 1-2-1969 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Janet Louise Laudenslager Stephen Ahn b. 4-22-1942 b. 1-24-1973 m. 8-21-1964 Yong Ahn 184.108.40.206.2 b. 7-27-1937 Aimee Elizabeth Ahn b. 6-13-1978 220.127.116.11.3 Stephanie Louise Ahn b. 6-13-1978 18 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 2 THEODORE Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 2.3 2.3.5 Ernest Powell Nathan E. Powell (Continued) b. 7-30-1922 d. 4-28-1927 2.3.6 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 E.Maynard Powell Daniel Maynard Powell Daniel Marlyn Powell b. 7-28-1924 b. 10-29-1955 b. 6-20-1977 d. 11-24-1984 m. 3-26-1976 m. 7-30-1954 Cynthia Jean Rolf 126.96.36.199.2 Ruth E. Van Allen b. 5-5-1957 Christopher Allen Powell b. 8-26-1930 b. 11-8-1982 m. 11-23-1991 Jan Lewis 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Jean Ellen Powell Lindsey Jean Davis b. 7-3-1959 b. 5-30-1988 m. 6-22-1979 Bradley Neal Henry 220.127.116.11.2 Caffie Ellen Davis m. 11-1987 b. 4-11-1993 James Ray Davis 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 John Charles Powell Katie Ellen Powell b. 9-11-1963 b. 6-1-1989 m. - - Deb 126.96.36.199.2 b. - - Zachary Alexander Powell b. 3-9-1991 19 2 THEODORE Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 2.4 2.4.1 188.8.131.52 Merlin Iro Powell Robert T.Powell Susan Louise Powell b. 4-1-1881 b. 1-14-1912 b. 9-10-1943 d. 10-12-1941 d. 11-2-1988 d. 9-10-1943 m. 4-19-1911 m. 10-16-1937 Dorcas Dorney Esther Louise Leilick 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 b. 7-17-1887 b. 7-2-1912 Jane Esther Powell Jennifer Moheyer d. 5-20-1973 b. 7-17-1948 b. 3-9-1977 m. 2-10-1973 Jorge Moheyer 18.104.22.168.2 b. 6-12-1948 John Moheyer b. 7-11-1980 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Martha Ann Powell Susan Sackett b. 11-6-1953 b. 12-30-1981 m. 9-11-1976 William G. Sackett 188.8.131.52.2 b. 1-7-1953 Robert William Sackett b. 8-20-1984 2.4.2 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Luther V. Powell Gregory Merlin Powell Kevin Brady Powell b. 5-17-1913 b. 11-1-1949 b. 6-20-1983 m. 1-31-1948 m. 9-15-1973 Sadie Collura Carol Brady b. 8-12-1912 b. 12-13-1951 d. 6-3-1978 18.104.22.168 Lawrence J. Powell b. 12-4-1950 22.214.171.124 Marilyn Powell b. 9-12-1952 m. 12-4-1984 Dennis Clayton 2.4.3 126.96.36.199 O.Burdette Powell Ida List Powell b. 3-20-1915 b. 7-7-1939 d. 4-7-1957 d. 7-7-1939 m. 5-28-1938 Charlotte Louise List 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 b. 2-25-1915 Marra Lee Powell Mark Joseph Balling b. 8-27-1941 b. 6-27-1967 m. 8-24-1963 Joe Balling 220.127.116.11.2 b. 1-5-1940 Emily Kathryn Balling b. 8-11-1972 m. 7-17-1976 m. - - Neil K. Wollpert William F.Wollpert III b. 6-24-1933 b. 2-8-1969 18.104.22.168.3 Alyson Brooke Wollpert b. 5-4-1977 20 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 2 THEODORE Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 2.4 2.4.3 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 188.8.131.52.1.1 Merlin Iro Powell O.Burdette Powell Pamela Lynn Powell Julie Spornhauer Sarah Spornhauer (Continued) (Continued) b. 9-30-1944 b. 8-18-1963 b. 7-12-1982 m. 12-29-1962 Jan Spornhauer 184.108.40.206.2 b. 6-26-1942 Tod Spornhauer b. 9-29-1965 m. 10-19-1974 Jim DeJonghe b. 1-27-1936 220.127.116.11.3 Ryan DeJonghe b. 9-27-1975 2.4.4 Isabelle Corrinne Powell b. 7-8-1919 d. 4-14-1978 2.4.5 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Warren Weston Powell Douglas Edward Powell Jennifer Erin Powell b. 11-2-1920 b. 8-29-1946 b. 5-22-1979 m. 8-18-1945 m. 6-23-1973 Vera Mae Giltz Deborah Jaquay b. 7-29-1920 b. 11-2-1952 d. 10-18-1979 m. 5-17-1981 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Arlene Louise Lange Dorcas Catherine Powell Dane LeRoy Shidler b. 10-19-1930 b. 10-6-1949 b. 5-1-1975 m. 6-19-1971 Douglas Shidler 184.108.40.206.2 b. 3-20-1949 Dennis Shidler b. 7-12-1978 d. 1989 220.127.116.11.3 Debra Mae Shidler b. 8-28-1982 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Drych Powell Branden McClise Powell b. 3-9-1955 b. 10-21-1983 m. 7-26-1980 Lauren McClise 126.96.36.199.2 b. 1-17-1955 Whitney Everding Powell b. 4-10-1986 188.8.131.52.3 Elizabeth Weston Powell b. 5-26-1988 21 2 THEODORE Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 2.4 2.4.6 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Merlin Iro Powell Richard Wendell Powell Richard Wendell Powell II Jessica Ruth Powell (Continued) b. 8-11-1922 b. 8-10-1946 b. 8-1-1973 m. 5-26-1945 m. 8-30-1969 Ruth Ione Metzger Elizabeth Dixon 18.104.22.168.2 b. 5-29-1921 b. 4-7-1949 Jacob Richard Powell b. 4-17-1976 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Timothy Iro Powell Megan Anne Powell b. 1-21-1949 b. 12-14-1974 m. 6-2-1973 Jody Elizabeth Kirkbride 188.8.131.52.2 b. 2-3-1952 Kristen Elizabeth Powell b. 7-23-1977 184.108.40.206.3 Erin Corrine Powell b. 11-15-1978 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Daniel Mark Powell Hannah Danielle Powell b. 9-5-1953 b. 4-21-1981 m. 9-9-1978 Jill Maute 22.214.171.124.2 b. 9-17-1956 Jordan Andrew Powell b. 1-17-1984 2.4.7 Beatrice Ann Powell b. 7-1-1924 d. 7-12-1924 2.4.8 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Louella Mae Powell Bruce Allen Coffelt Graham Ross Coffelt b. 1-29-1926 b. 10-17-1951 b. 12-16-1989 m. 8-20-1949 m. 11-8-1986 Stanley George Coffelt Lisa Ray b. 9-27-1922 m. 8-31-1996 Carla Hradisky b. 12-10-1956 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Eric Lee Coffelt Leah Corinne Coffelt b. 9-17-1955 b. 1-5-1990 m. 7-22-1978 Joann Rotatori 18.104.22.168.2 b. 8-28-1955 Erica Ann Coffelt b. 12-14-1992 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Beth Ann Coffelt Erin Elizabeth Doran b. 12-11-1959 b. 3-15-1990 m. 6-14-1980 James W. Doran 188.8.131.52.2 b. 12-11-1957 Daniel James Doran b. 8-16-1993 22 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 2 THEODORE Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 2.4 2.4.8 184.108.40.206 Merlin Iro Powell Louella Mae Powell Connie Lou Coffelt (Continued) (Continued) b. 2-9-1966 m. 8-30-1998 James Stuart Bailey b. 5-29-1964 2.5 2.5.1 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Edith Powell Dorothy Cole John A. Kibele Beth Kibele b. 3-19-1883 b. 12-14-1904 b. 11-13-1931 b. 8-5-1958 d. 1-25-1965 d. 4-8-1975 m. 2-20-1954 m. 12-31-1903 m. 5-15-1926 Sophie Chlystek 22.214.171.124.2 126.96.36.199.2.1 Edward Cole Roland Kibele b. 1-17-1933 Karen Kibele Jennifer Marie Robinson b. 1-28-1872 b. 2-5-1905 b. 10-19-1960 b. 5-30-1986 d. 4-30-1940 d. 11-5-1970 m. 6-9-1979 Susan Lethcho m. 11-22-1985 b. 11-1-1947 Randy Robinson b. 9-11-1954 2.5.2 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 220.127.116.11.1.1 Mildred Cole Robert B. Smith Charles C. Smith Jessica Dawn Smith b. 2-4-1907 b. 3-13-1934 b. 8-27-1955 b. 4-5-1979 m. 6-5-1932 m. 11-8-1954 m. 11-5-1977 Albert Smith Bonnie E. Moore Melissa Mendenhall 18.104.22.168.1.2 b. 8-4-1903 b. 4-4-1931 b. 3-13-1955 Natalie Elizabeth Smith d. 12-20-1987 d. 11-15-1987 b. 1-31-1981 22.214.171.124.2 126.96.36.199.2.1 Arthur Fredrick Smith Nicole Smith b. 12-4-1956 b. 1-22-1976 m. 11-4-1975 Susan Jo Carother 188.8.131.52.2.2 b. 5-17-1957 Nathan Fredrick Smith b. 6-9-1977 184.108.40.206.2.3 Wendy Christine Smith b. 3-27-1979 220.127.116.11.3 18.104.22.168.3.1 Cynthia Ann Smith Christine Day b. 12-12-1958 b. 8-5-1977 m. 10-12-1976 Terry Douglas Day 22.214.171.124.3.2 b. 9-5-1955 Corrine Melissa Day b. 2-2-1979 126.96.36.199.4 188.8.131.52.4.1 Suzanne Marie Smith Aaron Joseph Bowron b. 3-29-1960 b. 10-22-1983 m. 11-20-1982 Randy Bowron 184.108.40.206.4.2 b. 12-24-1960 Amanda Bowron b. 6-2-1987 23 2 THEODORE Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 2.5 2.5.2 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Edith Powell Mildred Cole Thomas Lee Smith Douglas Allen Smith (Continued) (Continued) b. 5-6-1936 b. 2-16-1964 m. 8-5-1961 Jo Lynn Barrow 22.214.171.124.2 b. 12-13-1938 Amy Margaret Smith b. 12-2-1966 126.96.36.199.3 Stacy Ann Smith b. 2-13-1968 2.5.3 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Donelda Cole Jon Michael Overholt Dana Lyn Overholt b. 4-25-1921 b. 11-28-1942 b. 1-5-1973 m. 7-3-1941 m. 6-28-1968 Richard Overholt Glenda Marsh b. 3-19-1918 b. 6-10-1948 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Linda Kay Overholt Wendy Lynn Pool b. 11-5-1946 b. 10-28-1964 m. 4-25-1964 William G. Pool 22.214.171.124.2 b. 10-8-1944 Rusty Richard Pool b. 10-24-1969 m. 11-13-1979 Bob Wallace b. - - 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Judith Overholt Robynn Nicole Smith b. 9-30-1950 b. 6-4-1977 m. 7-3-1975 William Franklin Smith 184.108.40.206.2 b. 5-13-1951 Jilliann Crystal Smith b. 2-8-1979 220.127.116.11 Tracy Lee Overholt b. 4-28-1961 24 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 2 THEODORE Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 2.6 2.6.1 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Clark Powell Kathern Powell Clark Edward Newton Cory Edward Newton b. 5-3-1885 b. 11-3-1917 b. 6-19-1968 d. 5-17-1940 m. 11-25-1966 m. 11-1-1941 Ingrid McCormick m. 11-30-1916 Edward Newton b. 11-1-1949 126.96.36.199.2 May Meyer b. 9-21-1919 Kane Newton b. 5-18-1888 m. 9-18-1971 b. 4-19-1972 d. 2-1-1982 Sherry Peterson b. 1-29-1952 188.8.131.52.3 Kenton Clark Newton b. 4-9-1982 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Karen Ann Newton Jonathan Newton b. 3-5-1947 b. 1-11-1969 m. - - -- Pender 18.104.22.168.2 b. - - Shane Lee Laminack b. 4-28-1970 m. 6-21-1969 Lindell Laminack b. 5-13-1949 22.214.171.124.3 Christopher R. Pender b. 10-31-1982 2.6.2 126.96.36.199 Charles Theodore Powell Kathleen Carol Powell b. 5-24-1919 b. 4-7-1947 m. 8-1943 Margaret McKee 2.6.3 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Meta K.Powell David Cozby Mary E. Cozby b. 8-26-1920 b. 12-25-1949 b. 1-26-1977 m. 7-18-1942 m. 6-1-1974 Harold David Cozby Gretchen Oeschger 220.127.116.11.2 b. 12-18-1915 b. 7-4-1955 Gretchen M. Cozby b. 3-9-1980 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 George Cozby Nicholas Arron Cozby b. 1-10-1952 b. 12-9-1977 m. 6-19-1975 Cheryll Hicks 126.96.36.199.2 b. 7-27-1955 Katherine Jane Cozby b. 8-3-1981 25 FRANKLIN PIERCE POWELL Bor n: 2-12- 1853 Died: 6- 13- 1927 Married: 1880 SUSAN SHANK Bor n: 6- 26- 1853 Died: 5-8-1943 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 3 FRANKLIN Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 3.1 3.1.1 Estelle Powell Willard P. Maish b. 2-26-1881 b. 5-22-1907 d. 6-17-1947 d. 7-11-1989 m. 8-25-1906 John Maish 3.1.2 b. 1-9-1881 Burris Maish d. 9-1-1956 b. 11-11-1908 d. 9-13-1909 3.1.3 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Florence Josephine Maish Carol Jane Gregg Lara Hatfield b. 12-3-1910 b. 9-29-1939 b. 7-5-1967 d. 2-27-1997 m. 4-16-1961 m. 8-26-1989 m. 9-6-1936 Douglas Leon Hatfield James Robert Wiedenhoeft Chester Ray Gregg b. 6-14-1938 b. 1-20 b. 5-4-1901 d. 10-17-1962 220.127.116.11.2 Matthew Hatfield b. 11-17-1970 m. 5-26-1994 Elizabeth Bugdon b. 6-2-1974 3.1.4 Pauline E. Maish b. 2-2-1913 d. 6-13-1940 3.1.5 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Mary E. Maish Donald Howard Jacoby Luke Samuel Jacoby b. 1-16-1920 b. 9-25-1951 b. 8-10-1979 m. 6-23-1946 m. 7-30-1972 Walter E. Jacoby Janet Sue Glendenning 126.96.36.199.2 b. 2-2-1917 b. 3-7-1951 Sarah Catharine Jacoby d. 1-20-1996 b. 12-19-1981 188.8.131.52 Dennis Jacoby b. 12-22-1954 29 3 FRANKLIN Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 3.2 3.2.1 184.108.40.206 Henry Kendall Powell Geraldine S. Powell Linda Lee Burke b. 10-5-1882 b. 9-21-1909 b. 5-4-1946 d. 6-6-1970 d. 5-4-1946 m. 3-19-1939 m. 10-12-1907 Harold Lee Burke Hildur Alfreda Danielson b. 1-27-1907 b. 2-26-1887 d. 4-1-1970 d. 3-26-1977 3.2.2 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 22.214.171.124.1.1 Edna C. Powell Thomas K. Kelly David Kelly Kyle Kelly b. 3-11-1912 b. 4-13-1941 b. 7-6-1965 b. 9-8-1997 m. 5-13-1939 m. 10-3-1965 m. - - James F. Kelly Elvea Schelvetta Kimberely b. 12-4-1909 b. 11-19-1941 b. 5-18-1965 d. 11-27-1979 m. 5-24-1992 Tim Middleton 126.96.36.199.2 Marsha Kelly b. 7-6-1965 188.8.131.52.3 184.108.40.206.3.1 Janet Kelly Megan Schutt b. 7-12-1966 b. 1-5-1995 m. 10-3-1992 Mike Schutt 220.127.116.11.3.2 b. 10-28-1965 Samuel Schutt b. 7-11-1998 18.104.22.168 Susan P. Kelly b. 5-17-1946 m. 4-19-1980 Alan Butler b. 10-31-1944 3.3 3.3.1 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 188.8.131.52.1.1 Mabel Powell Byron C. Perkins Richard Allen Perkins Amanda Perkins Matthew Davis Webber b. 5-13-1886 b. 10-1-1910 b. 9-28-1942 b. 8-20-1973 b. 6-26-1999 d. 5-2-1961 d. 12-19-1999 m. 11-16-1968 m. 7-1997 m. 12-23-1909 m. 6-25-1941 Pamela Moorehead Mark Webber Carl Perkins Jean Pittman b. 1-1-1943 b. 6-22-1885 b. 1-30-1920 d. 12-17-1954 d. 7-11-1997 184.108.40.206.2 Matthew Craig Perkins b. 10-30-1975 220.127.116.11 Timothy Dale Perkins b. 7-7-1946 18.104.22.168 Rose Marie Perkins b. 3-5-1944 d. 3-6-1944 30 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 3 FRANKLIN Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 3.3 3.3.2 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 188.8.131.52.1.1 Mabel Powell Perkins Russell Perkins Norman R. Perkins Matthew Scot Perkins Jacob Michael Perkins (Continued) b. 12-26-1911 b. 9-2-1946 b. 3-20-1971 b. 4-19-1999 d. 1-4-1994 m. 1-20-1968 m. 8-17-1996 m. 1-24-1937 Penny Sontag Jennifer Elaine Smith Louise Ward b. 3-12-1947 b. 6-17-1974 b. 10-17-1911 d. 9-12-1993 184.108.40.206.2 Richard Leigh Perkins b. 10-19-1976 220.127.116.11.3 Seth William Perkins b. 10-14-1977 3.3.3 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 126.96.36.199.1.1 Edith Irene Perkins George Franklin Anderson Pamela Lynn Anderson Elizabeth Claire Burpo b. 3-19-1917 b. 4-24-1937 b. 4-8-1962 b. 8-24-1987 d. 2-27-2000 m. 6-18-1960 m. 6-23-1984 m. 12-23-1935 Barbara Gamble Brad Burpo 188.8.131.52.1.2 Floyd G. Anderson b. 3-31-1938 b. 5-7-1960 Laura Kathleen Burpo b. 10-17-1910 b. 2-6-1990 d. 3-26-1973 184.108.40.206.2 220.127.116.11.2.1 Kimberly Ann Anderson Nathaniel Walker Arrowood b. 7-9-1964 b. 10-4-1998 m. 6-15-1991 Derek Arrowood b. 10-24-1967 18.104.22.168.3 22.214.171.124.3.1 Amy Elizabeth Anderson Samuel Anderson Godby b. 12-14-1966 b. 11-24-1995 m. 6-13-1992 Jeff Godby b. 1-30-1964 31 3 FRANKLIN Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 3.3 3.3.3 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Mabel Powell Perkins Edith Irene Perkins Anderson Charles Marion Anderson Lisa B. Anderson (Continued) (Continued) b. 1-5-1941 b. 7-29-1970 d. 8-10-1995 m. 6-5-1964 Mary Lou Birch b. 1-18-1943 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 William Frederick Anderson Marcia Anderson b. 6-30-1945 b. 6-16-1970 d. 6-16-1970 m. 8-31-1968 Wahnita Wylie b. 6-12-1948 18.104.22.168.2 Mary Anderson b. 5-12-1971 m. 10-7-1995 Brad Caron 22.214.171.124.3 (Twin) Robert Anderson b. 7-20-1974 d. 2-10-1996 126.96.36.199.4 (Twin) William Anderson b. 7-20-1974 3.3.4 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 220.127.116.11.1.1 Martha M. Perkins Ora Kincaid III Carl Matthew Kincaid Emily Josephine Kincaid b. 2-4-1920 b. 1-9-1944 b. 5-12-1970 b. 12-16-1999 m. - - m. 7-5-1969 m. 6-20-1998 Hale Burgman Daleann Murray Melissa Walter b. 9-30-1916 b. 2-17-1947 m. 10-5-1940 Ora Kincaid II b. 10-9-1918 d. 7-20-1978 18.104.22.168.2 Abigail Ann Kincaid b. 6-29-1974 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Sarajane Kincaid Emily Kincaid Walker b. 5-4-1947 b. 1-3-1977 m. 9-16-1972 David S. Walker 188.8.131.52.2 b. 7-9-1944 Renner Kincaid Walker b. 11-11-1983 32 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 3 FRANKLIN Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 3.3 3.3.5 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Mabel Powell Perkins Ruby Lucille Perkins Marcia Sue Andrews Stephanie Lynn Adams (Continued) b. 6-19-1925 b. 11-22-1946 b. 9-28-1973 m. 2-3-1946 m. 6-14-1969 Floyd Francis Andrews David Marshall Adams 18.104.22.168.2 b. 2-2-1911 b. 6-18-1945 Brian Christopher Adams d. 6-20-1994 b. 3-27-1977 22.214.171.124 Jennifer L. Andrews b. 3-14-1952 m. 9-23-1978 Michael Miller b. 1-31-1948 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Todd Michael Andrews Kelsey Marie Andrews b. 9-7-1967 b. 6-28-1998 d. 7-6-1998 m. 6-1-1991 Melissa Ann Meer b. 12-10-1968 184.108.40.206.2 Conner Franklin Andrews b. 6-28-1998 d. 8-17-1998 3.4 3.4.1 220.127.116.11 Florence Susan Powell Margaret Lucille Stahl Leslie Lamar Wright b. 6-26-1888 b. 1-11-1923 b. 5-30-1948 d. 4-3-1969 d. 9-18-1988 m. 8-18-1973 m. -27-1922 m. 8-30-1946 Elizabeth Eleanor Huff Henry Luther Stahl Virgil Lamar Wright b. 8-17-1950 b. 2-21-1896 b. 10-2-1916 d. 2-3-1955 d. 10-14-1979 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Gary B. Wright Amber Leigh Wright b. 4-27-1950 b. 4-5-1978 m. 8-17-1974 Cheryl Madge Caster 126.96.36.199.2 b. 10-10-1953 Alex Rhea Wright b. 10-17-1981 188.8.131.52.3 Christopher Andrew Wright b. 1987 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 18.104.22.168.1.1 Alex Dale Wright Julie Sonya Wright Kayla Devin Barnett b. 12-10-1951 b. 7-28-1974 b. 1991 m. 9-19-1970 m. 1992 Bonnie Lou Dixon Steve Barnett 22.214.171.124.1.2 b. 8-23-1952 Kelsey Brooke Barnett m. 6-19-1999 b. 2-4-1994 Shawn Teague 33 3 FRANKLIN Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 3.4 3.4.1 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.2 Florence Powell Stahl Margaret Stahl Wright Alex Dale Wright Amy Dail Wright (Continued) (Continued) (Continued) b. 10-25-1980 184.108.40.206.3 Emily Louise Wright b. 6-30-1990 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 22.214.171.124.1.1 Gene Maurice Wright Timothy Gene Wright Timothy Bryce Wright b. 2-14-1954 b. 9-14-1974 b. 12-27-1999 m. 4-13-1974 Sandra Rae Potter b. 2-12-1955 126.96.36.199.2 Stacy Renee Wright b. 9-14-1980 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Jewell Imogene Wright Shannon Nichole Hack b. 4-24-1960 b. 7-19-1978 m. 3-28-1979 Stephen Louis E. Hack 220.127.116.11.2 b. 11-16-1957 Ashley Roxanne Hack b. 2-3-1983 3.4.2 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 126.96.36.199.1.1 Harriet Eleanor Stahl Ronald Charles McFarlan Kevin Leigh McFarlan Roxanna Kay McFarlan b. 4-2-1924 b. 11-23-1942 b. 8-13-1969 b. 2-4-1993 d. 11-23-1962 m. 3-20-1969 m. -19-1990 m. 12-8-1942 Betty Ann Middleton Shannon Wilkerson 188.8.131.52.1.2 Charles Alexander McFarlan b. 12-20-1937 b. 7-22-1968 Savannah Leigh McFarlan b. 6-26-1922 b. 3-16-1996 184.108.40.206.2 Susan Eleanor McFarlan b. 4-17-1974 m. 2-15-1997 Fred Aydlett b. 11-18-1958 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 22.214.171.124.1.1 Janice Day McFarlan Monica Lynn Brown Charles Frederick Yardon Jr. b. 10-17-1947 b. 7-5-1965 b. 5-29-1983 m. - - m. 7-22-1982 Charles King Charles Frederick Yardon b. - - b. 7-1-1964 m. 9-15-1964 Joseph Brown b. 8-14-1945 3.4.3 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 184.108.40.206.1.1 Winifred Eileen Stahl Sharon Eileen Coffman Raymond Harold Joyce III Tyler Jarrett Skaggs Joyce b. 11-7-1925 b. 10-2-1947 b. 5-11-1968 b. 2-20-1998 d. 5-2000 m. 11-4-1967 m. 3-30-1946 Raymond Harold Joyce II Otera Veachel Coffman b. 11-19-1947 b. 10-22-1923 34 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 3 FRANKLIN Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 3.4 3.4.3 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 22.214.171.124.1.1 Florence Powell Stahl Winifred Eileen Stahl Dennis Wayne Coffman Tammie Renee Coffman Derek Michael Bare (Continued) (Continued) b. 10-15-1949 b. 6-30-1970 b. 2-28-1991 m. 10-1-1969 m. 12-1990 Debbie Sue Varble Robert Bare b. 9-30-1952 b. 10-4-1967 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Stephen Curtis Coffman Amanda Kay Coffman b. 12-27-1953 b. 11-6-1982 m. 8-2-1980 LaNetta Burden b. 9-19-1957 184.108.40.206 Patricia Susan Coffman b. 12-27-1953 m. 3-15-1975 Bernie Ray McDonald b. 11-28-1946 m. 12-31-1992 Teddy Randall Quarles Jr. b. 11-20-1964 3.5 3.5.1 Martin N. Powell Phillip E. Powell b. 10-24-1892 b. 4-10-1921 d. 9-7-1973 d. 8-1925 m. 12-24-1919 Mary A. Sims 3.5.2 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 b. 1-2-1895 Clarence Vernon Powell Julia Powell Shane Allen Salvator d. 2-16-1986 b. 7-3-1926 b. 7-28-1958 b. 12-1-1983 m. 12-21-1957 m. 8-29-1981 Winnie Ranney Richard Salvator 22.214.171.124.2 b. 6-15-1933 b. 11-21-1954 Alec Allan Salvator b. 3-3-1989 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Peggy Powell Breanna Leigh Buckingham b. 6-19-1960 b. 12-3-1986 m. -5-1979 Roger Buckingham 184.108.40.206.2 b. 8-14-1960 Ryan T.Buckingham b. 7-7-1989 d. 7-7-1989 220.127.116.11.3 Bradley Curtis Buckingham b. 10-9-1990 18.104.22.168.4 Brian Wesley Buckingham b. 3-20-1992 35 3 FRANKLIN Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 3.5 3.5.3 Martin N. Powell Marjorie L. Powell (Continued) b. 8-9-1927 d. 8-12-1927 3.5.4 Raymond Martin Powell b. 1-9-1929 d. 12-22-1929 3.6 3.6.1 22.214.171.124 Laura Edith Powell Hiram E. Blubaugh Edward Blubaugh b. 3-17-1895 b. 5-5-1920 b. 9-7-1944 d. 12-25-1994 d. 11-23-1944 m. 3-14-1944 m. 7-14-1918 Betty Lois Cloutier Chester Blubaugh b. 4-27-1916 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 b. 12-1-1892 d. 2-28-1974 Robert Blubaugh Ann Marie Blubaugh d. 2-14-1975 b. 1-28-1946 b. 7-10-1968 m. -20-1976 Norma Stattings m. 8-19-1967 b. 9-23-1921 Gail Martin 184.108.40.206.2 d. 12-25-1993 b. 3-4-1946 Edward Blubaugh b. 12-18-1971 m. 8-9-1980 Dorritt Ann Hall b. 5-3-1953 220.127.116.11.3 Bethany Ann Blubaugh b. 4-4-1983 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Rebecca Blubaugh Angela Kathleen Brown b. 8-15-1947 b. 8-14-1966 m. 1-5-1966 m. 8-9-1986 Ronald Brown James Vennand b. 6-12-1948 b. 8-15-1963 m. 2-22-1999 Jeremy Shane Wynn 126.96.36.199.2 188.8.131.52.2.1 b. 2-22-1972 Christine Brown Johnny Wayne Childers b. 1-10-1970 b. 3-5-1994 m. 7-10-1993 John David Childers 184.108.40.206.2.2 b. 8-17-1965 Jordan Elizabeth Childers b. 3-9-1999 36 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 3 FRANKLIN Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 3.6 3.6.1 220.127.116.11 Laura Edith Powell Hiram E. Blubaugh Charles Blubaugh (Continued) (Continued) b. 10-8-1951 d. 3-29-1970 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Laura Blubaugh Ricky Sheppard b. 11-9-1954 b. 8-23-1974 d. 12-25-1994 m. 1-2-1974 126.96.36.199.2 John Sheppard Katrina Sheppard b. 8-23-1952 b. - - d. 12-31-1979 m. 2-14-1980 188.8.131.52.3 Tai Daniels Melissa Rae Daniels b. 10-26-1954 b. 12-3-1981 d. 1993 m. 5-18-1996 184.108.40.206.4 Steve Potts Joshua Daniels b. - - b. 8-5-1984 Frank Potts b. 5-16-1980 Richard Potts b. 7-13-1982 3.6.2 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Elmo A.Blubaugh Elmo Blubaugh Jr. David Allen Blubaugh b. 5-21-1922 b. 9-4-1952 b. 4-3-1980 d. 1-31-1981 m. - -1979 m. 12-2-1945 Laura O’Neil 22.214.171.124.2 Mildred Fisher Ann Catherine Blubaugh b. 9-16-1926 b. 9-24-1983 126.96.36.199 Dwight Blubaugh b. 7-1-1958 3.7 Dwight Powell b. 1897 d. 1897 37 PRISCILL A POWELL Bor n: 10 - 26- 1857 Died: 7-3-1923 Married: 1879 FRANCIS DELONG Bor n: 7-2- 1857 Died: 12- 15- 1922 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 4 PRISCILLA Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 4.1 Earl DeLong b. 9-21-1879 d. 8-1885 4.2 Olive DeLong b. 9-13-1881 d. 1-19-1968 m. 8-30-1913 Cleveland Rush b. 3-29-1885 m. 11-23-1933 George L. Foster b. 1-13-1879 d. 9-30-1941 m. 7-16-1945 Alonzo L. Williams b. 2-20-1879 d. 1959 4.3 4.3.1 Charles DeLong Francis Paul DeLong b. 8-28-1888 b. 4-28-1914 d. 7-8-1970 d. 5-4-1914 m. 6-12-1913 Fannie Mae Cottrell 4.3.2 b. 11-14-1890 Thelma June DeLong d. 3-9-1922 b. 8-14-1915 d. 5-4-1977 m. -26-1923 Anna Pauline Wilcox m. 2-3-1940 b. 4-26-1884 Anton Popp d. 12-21-1976 b. 5-5-1916 d. 12-21-1981 4.3.3 Maybelle Pauline DeLong b. 8-16-1917 m. 11-23-1939 Fred C. Brill b. 10-30-1917 d. 9-7-1964 4.3.4 Virginia Isabelle DeLong b. 3-28-1921 m. 1944 Louis Taylor b. 1898 d. 12-21-1972 41 ELIJAH POWELL Bor n: 5-22- 1856 Died: 12- 3- 1870 ROGER SHERMAN POWELL Bor n: 2-14- 1858 Died: 3- 16- 1915 Married: 6-1-1881 MARGARET LOLLIE HAMLIN Bor n: 6- 3- 1865 Died: 2- 17- 1932 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 6 SHERMAN Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 6.1 Curtis Powell b. 12-27-1882 d. 8-1883 6.2 6.2.1 188.8.131.52 Edith Powell Granville Powell Janet Powell b. 3-31-1883 b. 5-19-1903 b. 6-22-1927 d. 4-14-1957 m. - - m. - - Ola Rummel 184.108.40.206 Hayes b. - - Peggy Powell b. - - b. 8-28-1929 m. - - Earl Helpman 220.127.116.11 b. 12-6-1884 Patsy Powell d. 9-23-1950 b. 8-28-1929 6.2.2 Clair Helpman b. 3-11-1906 d. 11-22-1982 m. - - Ruth Gardner b. 9-5-1907 d. 8-31-1983 6.2.3 Aldine Helpman b. 7-1909 d. 5-1942 m. 1933 Albert Vogtberger b. - - 6.2.4 Edward Helpman b. 2-13-1916 m. 10-1935 Miriam Brand b. 7-22-1916 47 6 SHERMAN Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 6.2 6.2.5 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Edith Powell Harry Helpman Shirley Mae Helpman Pam Hall (Continued) b. 12-23-1917 b. 6-22-1937 b. 10-4-1955 d. 6-6-1972 m. 2-7-1955 m. 9-19-1936 John Hall 126.96.36.199.2 Betty Taylor b. 2-10-1935 John Hall b. 12-25-1918 b. 8-30-1957 188.8.131.52.3 Sue Hall b. 8-23-1958 184.108.40.206.4 Michael Hall b. 11-16-1959 220.127.116.11.5 Tim Hall b. 4-18-1961 18.104.22.168.6 Amy Hall b. 1-18-1963 22.214.171.124.7 Dyan Hall b. 8-14-1965 126.96.36.199.8 Steve Hall b. 9-11-1966 48 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 6 SHERMAN Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 6.2 6.2.5 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Edith Powell Harry Helpman Barbara Jean Helpman Terry Cress (Continued) (Continued) b. 3-12-1939 b. 5-12-1962 m. 8-6-1962 Terry Cress 220.127.116.11.2 b. 10-4-1937 Lori Cress b. 6-8-1965 18.104.22.168.3 Beth Cress b. 2-17-1975 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Terry Walter Helpman Scott Helpman b. 4-7-1940 b. 7-3-1966 m. 5-11-1963 Carol Varn 188.8.131.52.2 b. 2-2-1943 Terry Lynn Helpman b. 7-3-1966 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Jo Ann Louise Helpman Troy Ehrsam b. 10-4-1942 b. 11-2-1971 m. 8-10-1963 Kenneth Ehrsam b. 11-5-1942 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 David Edward Helpman David Edward Helpman Jr. b. 9-11-1945 b. 2-13-1969 m. 6-5-1968 Debra Roby 126.96.36.199.2 Jeffery Helpman b. 8-28-1976 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Sandra Helpman William Spradlin b. 6-1-1947 b. 8-30-1964 m. 2-28-1964 William Spradlin 220.127.116.11.2 b. 7-1945 Brian Spradlin b. 7-22-1967 18.104.22.168.3 Bonnie Spradlin b. 8-24-1970 22.214.171.124.4 Becky Spradlin b. 3-26-1971 49 6 SHERMAN Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 6.2 6.2.5 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Edith Powell Harry Helpman Carol Lynn Helpman Adam Powlesland (Continued) (Continued) b. 8-14-1948 b. 8-13-1967 d. 5-20-1971 m. 11-10-1965 Daniel Powlesland b. 10-14-1948 184.108.40.206.2 Jamie Powlesland b. 5-11-1973 220.127.116.11.3 Christopher Powlesland b. 9-26-1978 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Debra Kay Helpman Kelly Calmes b. 10-23-1950 b. 4-8-1974 m. 4-22-1972 Richard Calmes 126.96.36.199.2 b. 9-5-1948 Ryan Calmes b. 5-17-1977 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Cathy Jo Helpman Traci Blackford b. 11-1-1951 b. 10-2-1974 m. 9-18-1971 Raymond Blackford 220.127.116.11.2 b. 9-20-1950 Holly Blackford b. 6-30-1975 18.104.22.168.3 Amanda Blackford b. 10-3-1977 6.3 Harry Powell b. 7-5-1885 d. 2-17-1921 m. 1915 Sedella Stine b. - - 6.4 Mamie E. Powell b. 8-28-1889 d. 5-3-1939 m. 6-7-1911 Lloyd L.Ohl b. 4-20-1890 d. 2-1-1959 6.5 Ralph Powell b. 8-3-1895 d. 10-1918 50 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 6 SHERMAN Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 6.6 6.6.1 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Gail Powell Margaret Hanna Jo Ellen Simon Kimberly Binger b. 6-7-1898 b. 11-20-1917 b. 8-23-1945 b. 9-12-1972 d. 12-1-1966 m. 9-27-1940 m. 10-25-1969 m. 1-2-1917 George Simon Larry D.Binger Ralph W.Hanna b. 12-21-1917 b. 9-24-1942 b. - - 188.8.131.52 Jan Simon b. 11-2-1947 m. 4-15-1969 David Minard b. 12-27-1941 6.7 6.7.1 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Ethel Powell James G. Campbell James G. Campbell Alyson Campbell b. 8-28-1904 b. 3-14-1928 b. 1-31-1951 b. 6-23-1979 d. 12-23-1943 m. 1-31-1950 m. 6-17-1972 m. - - Helen Hampton Victoria Pirolli 18.104.22.168.2 Hernby b. 5-27-1929 b. 9-14-1951 Abbey L. Campbell b. 8-28-1904 b. 9-30-1983 m. 11-24-1922 Harry Campbell 22.214.171.124.3 b. - - Angela R. Campbell b. 1-19-1985 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Michael Campbell Mary Ann Campbell b. 6-30-1953 b. 10-27-1985 m. 8-11-1984 Nancy Jean Kohler 184.108.40.206.2 b. 5-24-1957 Amy Elizabeth Campbell b. 10-10-1987 220.127.116.11.3 Katy Lynn Campbell b. 7-14-1989 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 July Campbell Andrew S. Hudak b. 8-9-1960 b. 11-5-1981 m. - - Hudak 126.96.36.199.2 b. - - Sarah McCann b. 5-30-1985 m. 2-25-1984 James McCann b. 1-29-1950 188.8.131.52.3 James J. McCann b. 2-26-1988 184.108.40.206.4 Margaret Ellen McCann b. 5-18-1990 51 6 SHERMAN Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Lynn Campbell Emily Jagos b. 8-9-1960 b. 12-31-1987 m. 4-22-1983 Matthew Golds 22.214.171.124.2 John Jagos m. 8-2-1986 b. 2-11-1990 John Jagos b. 12-24-1950 52 Children of ANDREW Powell Bor n: 5-25- 1827 Died: 4- 17- 1916 and his second wife caroline dotson Bor n: 12 - 14- 1838 Died: 9- 19- 1877 Married: 3- 15- 1860 SARAH ELLEN (ELL A) POWELL Bor n: 6-15- 1861 Died: 4- 30- 1938 Married: 12- 8- 1881 JOHN W. HAMLIN Bor n: 3-28- 1857 Died: 6- 17- 1952 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 7 ELLEN Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 7.1 7.1.1 Ellsworth Hamlin James Ernest Hamlin b. 6-6-1883 b. 5-19-1916 d. 2-9-1940 d. 5-21-1916 m. 12-24-1910 Maud May Weirough 7.1.2 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 b. 9-15-1886 Martha Lois Hamlin Janet Lois Apple Christopher Sean Beam d. 7-9-1939 b. 1-27-1920 b. 8-2-1942 b. 1-21-1966 m. 12-23-1940 m. 9-29-1963 Emerson Ray Apple Gerald Edward Beam 184.108.40.206.2 b. 3-9-1918 b. 8-14-1942 Michael Edward Beam b. 10-26-1968 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Genise Ruth Apple Jennifer Ann Priebe b. 7-19-1952 b. 9-23-1978 m. 8-30-1974 James Ray Priebe b. 12-10-1952 7.1.3 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 John Phillip Hamlin Cheryl Ann Hamlin Jason Douglas Hanna b. 1-4-1926 b. 9-14-1951 b. 5-22-1978 m. 3-31-1951 m. 7-12-1974 Phyllis Ann Harris Douglas Allen Hanna 188.8.131.52.2 b. 4-26-1929 b. 7-5-1948 Chad Matthew Hanna b. 4-25-1980 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 William Joseph Hamlin John Wilson Hamlin b. 1-7-1954 b. 3-29-1974 m. 9-28-1973 Lu Ann Nalle 18.104.22.168.2 b. 11-16-1953 Julie Ann Hamlin b. 6-23-1977 22.214.171.124.3 Joella Marie Hamlin b. 8-26-1980 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Jacqueline Kay Hamlin Amber Nicole Clouser b. 8-2-1957 b. 4-10-1985 m. 7-24-1982 Thomas Clouser 184.108.40.206.2 b. 5-13-1953 Emily Ann Clouser b. 6-9-1987 57 7 ELLEN Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 7.2 7.2.1 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Emerson Kenneth Hamlin Paul Kenneth Hamlin Marilyn Sue Hamlin Mark Alan Bradbury b. 4-2-1885 b. 8-4-1909 b. 12-31-1937 b. 7-20-1968 d. 12-4-1921 m. 11-1934 m. 9-7-1963 m. 11-20-1908 Ruth Elizabeth Campbell William C. Bradbury Sarah Ellen Bobb b. 6-18-1910 b. 12-24-1932 b. 11-23-1892 d. 1-6-1983 m. 10-2-1946 June Catherine Heidke b. 6-2-1918 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Sara Ellen Hamlin Wendy Sue Norris b. 9-2-1941 b. 4-22-1967 m. 7-25-1964 James Charles Norris 188.8.131.52.2 Brian James Norris b. 4-9-1968 184.108.40.206.3 Matthew James Norris b. 12-20-1972 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Cathy Michelle Hamlin Jeffrey Paul Lufkin b. 11-23-1947 b. 8-17-1970 m. 9-16-1967 William Eaton Lufkin 22.214.171.124.2 b. 12-17-1945 Melissa Michlelle Lufkin b. 1-19-1974 126.96.36.199.3 Laura Kristen Lufkin b. 3-19-1980 7.2.2 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Howard Eugene Hamlin David Eugene Hamlin David Eugene Hamlin Jr. b. 4-11-1916 b. 8-29-1943 b. 3-15-1964 m. 9-1940 m. - - Ruth Monita Spahr Mary Kay Muth 220.127.116.11.2 b. 12-20-1918 b. 10-24-1944 Donna Charlene Hamlin b. 8-3-1965 18.104.22.168.3 Deborah Ann Hamlin b. 12-11-1967 58 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 7 ELLEN Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 7.3 7.3.1 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Howard Elroy Hamlin Julia Elizabeth Hamlin Norine Elizabeth Duncan Eleanor Margaret Cashman b. 7-9-1888 b. 9-1-1917 b. 2-27-1949 b. 8-27-1977 d. 8-19-1963 m. 2-12-1944 m. 4-5-1972 m. 8-24-1916 Charles Harrison Duncan David Harold Cashman Margaret Elizabeth Henry b. 11-17-1913 b. 12-24-1947 b. 5-4-1892 d. 8-17-1990 188.8.131.52 John Duncan Duncan b. 9-8-1952 d. 9-12-1952 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Sarah Lucy Duncan Noah Jonathan Finn b. 10-26-1954 b. 2-24-1980 m. 6-20-1976 Peter Finn 18.104.22.168.2 b. 3-31-1954 Emily Margaret Finn b. 8-6-1982 7.3.2 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Robert H. Hamlin Andrew Werner Hamlin Sean Gabriel Hamlin b. 4-2-1923 b. 5-25-1962 b. 7-4-1993 m. 12-16-1960 m. 12-27-1990 Lise Beate Kraschewski Shannon Rae Summer 188.8.131.52.2 b. 3-16-1931 Jeremiah Robert Hamlin b. 12-6-1994 7.3.3 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Henrietta Jane Hamlin Paul Howard Staker William Paul Staker b. 11-7-1924 b. 9-10-1952 b. 4-1989 d. 1-4-1987 b. - - m. 12-27-1949 Cynthia A.Dillon William Paul Staker d. - -1991 b. 4-9-1919 d. 12-22-1989 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Susan Jane Staker Andrew Mark Mossman b. 7-30-1954 b. 9-25-1991 m. 11-25-1989 Mark Alan Mossman 126.96.36.199.2 Timothy James Mossman b. 6-20-1993 188.8.131.52.3 Peter Michael Mossman b. 6-21-1993 7.4 Florence Ermo Hamlin b. 12-20-1890 d. 6-15-1978 7.5 Edna Mae Hamlin b. 1-4-1893 d. 5-16-1925 59 7 ELLEN Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 7.6 7.6.1 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Carl Dewey Hamlin Leland Carl Hamlin Jo Lee Hamlin Brea D. Hamlin b. 4-21-1898 b. 7-13-1928 b. 1-7-1949 b. 8-9-1985 d. 4-29-1950 m. 5-27-1948 m. - - m. 8-16-1927 Jo Ann Apple Tim Stroub LaVon Helen Miller b. 1-31-1929 b. - - b. 11-20-1904 d. 10-12-1971 m. - - Homer Lee Cowell b. - - 18.104.22.168 Terry Lee Hamlin b. 3-23-1953 m. - - Aleta Cunningham b. 9-9-1956 m. 5-18-1991 Karla Gardner b. - - 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Debra Lee Hamlin Nedra Dyonne Wireman b. 12-1-1955 b. 4-23-1978 m. 10-8-1977 Randy Wireman 188.8.131.52.2 b. 11-29-1955 Sybil Rae Wireman b. 3-18-1983 184.108.40.206.3 Randi Jo Wireman b. 8-20-1984 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Robert Lee Hamlin Robert Chad Hamlin b. 4-17-1957 b. 12-20-1989 m. 5-17-1982 Martha Aikens 22.214.171.124.2 b. 10-29-1960 Chloe Ann Hamlin b. 3-16-1994 7.6.2 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Jo Ann Phyllis Hamlin Larry Ray Roberts Nicole Lynn Roberts b. 8-27-1929 b. 12-11-1951 b. 4-29-1976 m. 7-9-1950 m. 3-18-1972 Ray Ethan Roberts Gail Bergman 184.108.40.206.2 b. 6-17-1929 b. 2-20-1952 Stephanie Ann Roberts b. 8-15-1982 m. 10-18-1975 Suzanne Marie Ihnat b. 3-17-1957 60 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 7 ELLEN Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 7.6 7.6.2 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Carl Dewey Hamlin Jo Ann Phyllis Hamlin Kristin Ann Roberts Mandie Jo Bryant (Continued) (Continued) b. 1-17-1958 b. 8-28-1988 m. 2-18-1984 Jeffery Scott Bryant 22.214.171.124.2 b. 6-22-1959 Chelsie Ann Bryant b. 8-28-1988 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Timothy Jon Roberts Austin Nicolas Roberts b. 5-11-1961 b. 10-13-1988 m. 10-4-1985 Julia Ann Barnhisel 184.108.40.206.2 b. 3-20-1963 Logan Michael Roberts b. 9-10-1992 220.127.116.11.3 Olivia Paige Roberts b. 7-12-1994 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Sandra Jo Roberts Matthew Scott Coburn b. 2-20-1964 b. 5-8-1989 m. 9-20-1986 Scott Link Coburn 126.96.36.199.2 b. 3-16-1962 Mackenzie Ann Coburn b. 4-16-1995 61 ELLSWORTH DOTSON POWELL Bor n: 8-27- 1862 Died: 8- 12- 1950 Married: 12- 23- 1888 ELL A ERA YATES Bor n: 10 - 22- 1868 Died: 6- 20- 1934 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 8 ELLSWORTH Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 8.1 8.1.1 188.8.131.52 (Twin) 184.108.40.206.1 220.127.116.11.1.1 Eva Lois Powell Winifred Louise Dorsey Sally Jean Clymer Michele Kay Gillespe Tyler Aeron Mullet b. 10-20-1889 b. 5-10-1914 b. 8-21-1940 b. 6-8-1964 b. 2-14-1996 d. 7-17-1964 m. 8-18-1939 m. 6-15-1962 m. 5-4-1995 m. 8-17-1912 Thomas Verdell Clymer William Gillespe Troy Mullet Cylde Dorsey b. 7-2-1914 b. 3-16-1936 b. 8-27-1970 b. 10-30-1887 d. 12-5-1914 m. 1-1-1924 Byron C. Shoemaker b. 5-26-1868 d. 8-14-1926 18.104.22.168.2 Valleria Sue Gillespe b. 2-15-1966 m. 9-6-1998 Rusty Gehrisch b. 11-10-1966 22.214.171.124 (Twin) 126.96.36.199.1 Thomas Dean Clymer Lynn Alan Clymer b. 8-21-1940 b. 6-23-1964 m. 8-15-1963 Barbara Doty 188.8.131.52.2 184.108.40.206.2.1 b. 8-2-1943 Jeffrey Lee Clymer Zane Michael Clymer b. 12-25-1966 b. 11-28-1995 m. 5-2-1992 Tabetha Keihl 220.127.116.11.2.2 b. 8-20-1967 Nelson Lee Clymer b. 9-29-1998 18.104.22.168.3 Brian Todd Clymer b. 8-16-1969 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 188.8.131.52.1.1 Mary Ann Clymer Andrea Maria Stacy Amanda Lynn Wilkison b. 1-1-1944 b. 11-8-1967 b. 8-23-1988 m. 8-1-1966 m. 10-8-1987 William Stacy Randy Wilkison 184.108.40.206.1.2 b. 6-6-1944 b. 6-23-1967 Kelly Christopher Wilkison b. 6-27-1991 m. 9-19-1980 Mark Bolenbaugh b. 1-11-1947 220.127.116.11.1.3 Brady Austin Wilkison b. - - 18.104.22.168.2 22.214.171.124.2.1 Krista Elaine Stacy Jessi Rhoan Metzger b. 8-8-1973 b. 10-24-1998 m. 7-4-1997 Shannon Metzger b. 2-25-1972 8.2 Carl Ellsworth Powell b. 10-12-1891 d. 9-5-1892 65 8 ELLSWORTH Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 8.3 8.3.1 126.96.36.199 Ilo May Powell Lois Stringfellow Elizabeth Eeles b. 9-16-1893 b. 3-18-1913 b. 5-29-1940 d. 5-28-1985 d. 12-12-1986 m. 5-28-1918 m. 5-17-1937 188.8.131.52 George Thomas Stringfellow Charles Eeles Charles David Eeles b. 12-9-1885 b. 11-20-1907 b. 1-25-1944 d. 7-18-1958 d. 6-24-1995 8.4 8.4.1 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Bernice Fay Powell Mary Louise Bair Steven Eldon Schafer Schane Eldon Schafer b. 6-15-1896 b. 1-22-1921 b. 2-2-1952 b. 5-19-1973 d. 9-30-1987 m. 7-24-1943 m. 6-19-1971 m. 6-22-1996 m. 3-20-1918 Eldon Waldo Schafer Dianne Sue Dukes Michelle Renee Baird Harry Ernest Bair b. 6-3-1918 b. 7-27-1951 b. 8-9-1973 b. 11-2-1895 d. 4-10-1984 d. 10-29-1977 m. 1-21-1990 18.104.22.168.2 James Earl Clayton Sr. Andrew Gordon Schafer b. 9-20-1922 b. 6-10-1976 m. 11-23-1996 Amy Sue Croy-Walters b. 8-25-1976 8.5 8.5.1 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Helen P. Powell Patricia Ann Huffman Krista Ann Laube Nicholas William McMahan b. 10-16-1898 b. 2-14-1927 b. 10-10-1951 b. 9-8-1981 d. 8-3-1977 m. 6-14-1949 m. 6-15-1974 m. 9-20-1922 Norbert (Bud) Laube William W. McMahan III 188.8.131.52.2 Ralph Huffman b. 4-24-1923 b. 7-5-1951 Adam Wishart McMahan b. 4-23-1900 b. 3-24-1985 d. 10-31-1960 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Steven Joseph Laube Steven Walker Laube b. 2-8-1953 b. 8-14-1994 m. 9-2-1989 Diane Walker 18.104.22.168.2 b. 11-14-1960 Andrew Powell Laube b. 5-29-1996 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Mark Edward Laube Emily Ann Laube b. 7-20-1954 b. 4-8-1976 m. 9-6-1975 Cathy Beckwith 188.8.131.52.2 b. 7-24-1953 Charles Norbert Laube b. 10-26-1978 184.108.40.206.3 Matthew Jay Laube b. 7-27-1981 66 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 8 ELLSWORTH Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 8.5 8.5.1 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Helen P. Powell Patricia Ann Huffman Douglas Laube Joshua Anthony Laube (Continued) (Continued) b. 5-7-1959 b. 5-31-1997 m. 1-10-1981 Shona Elrod 22.214.171.124.2 b. 3-13-1961 Lindsey Marie Laube b. 2-18-1999 m. 8-24-1996 Lori Lynn Lessig b. - - 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 David Laube Christopher David Laube b. 8-26-1960 b. 7-2-1992 m. 3-17-1990 Mari O’Brien 184.108.40.206.2 Madeline Ruth Laube b. 10-3-1994 220.127.116.11.3 Meredith Ann Laube b. 10-3-1994 8.6 (Twin) 8.7.1 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Hester Powell Cynthia Ann Shoemaker Heather Ann Bahlman Emma Kathleen Vahle b. 10-16-1898 b. 4-1-1943 b. 4-28-1970 b. 7-24-1998 m. 6-23-1921 m. 6-12-1965 m. 10-10-1992 John W. Grimm Steven H. Bahlman Darren Louis Vahle b. 12-4-1898 b. 10-16-1941 b. 1-11-1969 d. 9-21-1985 8.7 Dorothy M. Powell b. 6-23-1904 d. 5-3-1992 m. 6-21-1926 Robert J. Shoemaker b. 2-21-1903 d. 7-19-1985 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Deborah Sue Bahlman Jacob Daniel Brown b. 9-29-1973 b. 4-3-1999 m. 6-24-1995 Eric Daniel Brown b. 5-1-1974 67 8 ELLSWORTH Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 8.8 8.8.1 184.108.40.206 Marion Ellsworth Powell Janet K. Powell Rick Lynn Cherry b. 5-13-1910 b. 9-19-1941 b. 11-26-1967 d. 5-7-1964 m. 8-7-1966 m. 5-5-1996 m. 8-18-1934 Roy Cherry Rhoda Yun Gai Alice Wyer b. 11-8-1938 b. 7-29-1963 b. 6-26-1914 8.8.2 220.127.116.11 James Gregory Powell Jennifer Sue Powell b. 1-23-1954 b. 5-16-1981 m. 8-16-1975 Diane Renee Lentz 18.104.22.168 b. 9-12-1955 Jeffrey Allen Powell b. 4-16-1983 68 CHARLES DOTSON POWELL Bor n: 11 - 27- 1863 Died: 1- 27- 1940 Married: 10- 1893 MATILDA HEFFLIN Bor n: 8- 3- 1866 Died: 3- 14- 1943 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 9 CHARLES Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 9.1 9.1.1 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Homer K. Powell King Powell Ross Powell b. 7-5-1890 b. - - b. - - d. 1967 m. - - m. - - m. - - Hattie Smith b. - - 9.2 Jason Powell b. - - d. 1892 9.3 9.3.1 188.8.131.52 Othello Dotson Powell David Charles Powell Walter David Powell b. 9-16-1894 b. 5-14-1926 b. 12-17-1954 d. 3-16-1962 m. 2-2-1950 m. 4-2-1976 m. 4-12-1922 Judith Ann Ahrens Margaret Reed Burchell Mirian Estella Trittschuh b. 11-4-1929 b. 12-8-1945 b. 7-15-1895 d. 12-16-1986 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Katharine Elise Powell Caleb David Cooper b. 11-26-1957 b. 9-20-1982 m. 3-20-1980 Craig Skelly Cooper 18.104.22.168.2 b. 5-16-1956 Emily Anne Cooper b. 2-14-1984 9.3.2 Helen F. Powell b. 2-1-1928 9.4 Chester Powell b. 10-7-1895 d. 4-15-1962 Glenna Jackson b. - - d. 1981 71 SULLIVAN POWELL Bor n: 3-21- 1865 Died: 2- 19- 1958 Married: 3-4-1890 AGNES SHANK Bor n: 5-25- 1866 Died: 7- 26- 1934 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 10 SULLIVAN Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 10.1 10.1.1 10.1.1.1 10.1.1.1.1 Marie Powell Virginia Benson Earl Launder Jr. Jeffery Lynn Launder b. 9-11-1892 b. 7-7-1920 b. 3-26-1948 b. 10-1-1966 d. 3-16-1984 m. 8-20-1946 m. 6-5-1966 m. 9-10-1919 Earl Launder Marcia Businger 10.1.1.1.2 Howard Benson b. 8-20-1916 b. 11-3 Jonathan Launder b. 1-21-1897 b. 4-2-1969 d. 4-10-1973 10.1.1.1.3 Jan Anthony Launder b. 12-31-1972 10.1.1.1.4 Jason Earl Launder b. 10-14-1974 10.1.1.2 Nancy Launder b. 4-29-1949 10.1.1.3 Rose Ann Launder b. 4-26-1953 10.1.1.4 Thomas Launder b. 7-8-1954 m. 6-5-1976 Beth Alge b. 2-1-1956 10.1.2 Martha Benson b. 3-23-1925 m. 7-4-1964 Dale Amstutz b. 2-11-1928 10.2 10.2.1 10.2.1.1 10.2.1.1.1 10.2.1.1.1.1 Roy C. Powell Luella Agnes Powell James J. Russell James Scott Russell James Eric Russell b. 8-21-1895 b. 10-28-1916 b. 11-28-1936 b. 9-20-1959 b. 8-13-1980 d. 2-15-1966 m. 1-30-1936 m. 11-29-1958 m. 7-15-1978 m. 1915 James H. Russell Carolyn Perkins Nikki Rettig 10.2.1.1.1.2 Irene Snyder b. 2-19-1915 b. 11-30-1939 b. 4-16-1959 Amanda Marie Russell b. 5-15-1897 b. 7-23-1981 10.2.1.1.1.3 Matthew Russell b. 12-5-1983 10.2.1.1.2 10.2.1.1.2.1 Craig Steven Russell Steven James Russell b. 11-23-1961 b. 8-19-1984 m. 4-9-1983 Dianne Crum b. 4-16-1963 75 10 SULLIVAN Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 10.2 10.2.1 10.2.1.2 10.2.1.2.1 Roy C. Powell Luella Agnes Powell Todd Allen Russell David Russell (Continued) (Continued) b. 2-23-1949 b. 3-15-1971 m. 12-27-1969 Paula Sue Ellington 10.2.1.2.2 b. 2-21-1948 Carissa Marie Russell b. - - 10.3 10.3.1 Arthur E. Powell Lester E. Powell b. 11-15-1898 b. 2-15-1922 d. 1-15-1979 d. 2-9-1944 m. 10-13-1919 Vesta A. Blunk b. 12-5-1901 d. 11-2-1979 10.4 10.4.1 10.4.1.1 10.4.1.1.1 10.4.1.1.1.1 Dwight Powell Maxine E. Powell Aubrey Leon McEnery Sharon Lynn McEnery Mandi Lizabeth Ward b. 2-21-1902 b. 1-29-1925 b. 11-20-1943 b. 11-27-1966 b. 8-24-1987 d. 1-23-1997 m. 2-21-1943 m. 4-13-1965 m. 7-14-1986 m. 1-8-1924 Aubrey O.McEnery Frances Darlene Dean Robin Ward 10.4.1.1.1.2 Esther E. Sims b. 2-22-1923 b. 3-23-1947 b. - - Christina Lynn Accardo b. 11-6-1908 d. 7-9-1988 b. 9-7-1990 d. 2-12-1971 m. 12-9-1978 m. 10-27-1990 Div. - - Barbara June Dwyer Carl Accardo II m. 2-8-1930 m. - - d. 12-7-1987 b. - - 10.4.1.1.1.3 Ethel I. Mick Vaughn W.Stuck Carl Accardo III b. 5-15-1901 b. 4-26-1925 b. 4-3-1994 d. 12-7-1987 m. 5-26-1988 Zella Leora Richards d. 5-31-1996 10.4.1.1.2 10.4.1.1.2.1 Terrence Lee McEnery Stephanie Loise McEnery b. 1-14-1968 10.4.1.1.2.2 Amber Lynn McEnery b. 6-15-1988 10.4.1.1.2.3 Katie Lin McEnery b. 2-17-1990 10.4.1.1.3 Paul Leonard McEnery b. 7-20-1971 10.4.1.2 10.4.1.2.1 Gary Lane McEnery Jeffery Lane McEnery b. 1-5-1946 b. 9-8-1964 d. 5-4-1993 m. - - 10.4.1.2.2 Diana Mae Yuhas David Lloyd McEnery b. 7-26-1945 b. 5-14-1973 m. - - Carol Wilda Cole 10.4.1.2.3 b. 3-4-1944 Jason Landon McEnery b. 1-25-1975 76 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 10 SULLIVAN Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 10.4 10.4.1 10.4.1.3 10.4.1.3.1 10.4.1.3.1.1 Dwight Powell Maxine E. Powell Dixie Jo Lee McEnery Alan Lane McEnery Heather Lee McEnery (Continued) (Continued) b. 12-28-1950 b. 8-11-1967 b. 3-9-1986 m. - - m. 5-12-1988 Alan Yeoman Cynthia Stoner 10.4.1.3.1.2 b. - - Alan Lane McEnery b. 12-14-1989 m. 11-24-1972 James W. Pendergrass b. 10-31-1945 d. 10-1-1982 10.4.1.3.2 Genna Lynne Pendergrass b. 2-24-1980 10.4.1.4 10.4.1.4.1 Wilson Larry McEnery Shari Lee McEnery b. 9-21-1952 b. 12-14-1975 m. - - Carolyn Smith 10.4.1.4.2 b. 5-11-1974 James Lawrence McEnery b. 12-20-1989 m. 8-19-1990 Nichole Wallace b. - - d. 5-1-1992 m. 7-11-1994 Joy-Beth Anne Hall b. - - 10.4.1.5 10.4.1.5.1 Wendy Lee Stuck Sabastion Lance Richmond b. 8-26-1968 b. 7-3-1993 10.4.2 10.4.2.1 Robert Eugene Powell Patricia Susan Powell b. 3-4-1927 b. 3-24-1951 m. 12-4-1948 10.4.2.2 10.4.2.2.1 Catherine Molterni Debbie Powell Andrea Meredith b. 6-24-1925 b. 8-3-1953 b. 12-15-1978 m. - - Meredith b. - - 10.4.2.3 Bobby J. Powell b. 1-15-1956 10.4.2.4 Andy Powell b. 10-23-1957 10.4.2.5 Jeannie Powell b. 10-5-1960 10.4.2.6 Barbara J. Powell b. 5-8-1963 77 10 SULLIVAN Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 10.4 10.4.3 10.4.3.1 Dwight Powell Kathleen Powell Christine Michele Blair (Continued) b. 5-1-1948 b. 2-5-1967 m. 6-11-1966 Robert Blair 10.4.3.2 b. 4-28-1947 Pamela Sue Blair b. 6-19-1969 10.4.3.3 Matthew Scott Blair b. 10-7-1970 10.5 Harold Powell b. 9-11-1905 d. 11-11-1984 m. 2-9-1927 Eula B. Moore m. 6-7-1944 Mildred Carnes b. 11-7-1907 78 HUNTINGTON POWELL Bor n: 10 - 14- 1866 Died: 3-8-1911 Married: 3- 17- 1898 OLIVE SWISHER Bor n: 2- 13- 1879 Died: 9-7-1978 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 11 HUNTINGTON Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 11.1 11.1.1 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Treva Pauline Powell Billy Frazier Pamela Ann Frazier Kathryn Kelly Cottrel b. 1-24-1899 b. 6-10-1924 b. 4-24-1950 b. 10-5-1977 d. 1-24-1986 d. 9-19-1944 m. 7-10-1971 m. 8-16-1923 William Russell Cottrel 188.8.131.52.2 Clark Frazier 11.1.2 b. 7-1-1949 Anne Elizabeth Cottrel b. 9-16-1889 Clark Kelly Frazier b. 5-5-1982 d. 2-26-1951 b. 12-12-1927 m. 10-3-1948 184.108.40.206.3 Mary Lou Steegman Erin Rose Cottrel b. 2-9-1929 b. 11-27-1987 220.127.116.11 William Dean Frazier b. 7-26-1954 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Deborah Sue Frazier Alisa Sue Bolen b. 10-28-1959 b. 8-6-1986 m. 8-8-1981 Billy Dean Bolen 126.96.36.199.2 b. 6-26-1959 Kyle Lewis Bolen b. 5-14-1987 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Christine Rae Frazier Matthew Eric Doolittle b. 10-23-1963 b. 4-21-1995 m. 12-15-1990 Eric Lewis Doolittle 220.127.116.11.2 b. 12-7-1965 Andrew Clark Doolittle b. 11-3-1998 11.1.3 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Ferrall N. Frazier Terri Lynn Frazier Sarah Grace Althaus b. 10-22-1935 b. 4-22-1959 b. 8-21-1986 m. 9-14-1957 m. 6-11-1983 Gail Francis Todd Althaus 126.96.36.199.2 b. 11-29-1937 b. 2-28-1957 Rebekah Joy Althaus b. 9-29-1988 188.8.131.52.3 Rachelle Hope Althaus b. 8-11-1990 184.108.40.206.4 Thomas Courage Althaus b. 12-29-1995 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Linda Susan Frazier Abby Lynn Williams b. 12-18-1962 b. 10-21-1990 m. 6-9-1990 Mark Williams 22.214.171.124.2 b. 12-10-1961 Alex Arthur Williams b. 7-12-1993 81 11 HUNTINGTON Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 11.2 11.2.1 126.96.36.199 Waldo E. Powell Bruce Kinsey Powell Brian Bruce Powell b. 7-20-1900 b. 9-26-1929 b. 3-21-1961 d. 11-26-1934 m. 2-1-1958 m. 5-19-1988 m. 9-14-1927 Laura Delores Sikorski Gretchen Ann Idle Dorothy Ann Kinsey b. 6-6-1931 b. - - b. 9-15-1903 d. 2-10-1988 m. 11-1994 June Miller b. - - 11.3 Flossie L. Powell b. 4-24-1902 d. 4-2-1984 m. 6-26-1948 Bion St. John Schutt b. 2-21-1884 d. 3-15-1959 11.4 11.4.1 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Esther Lavon Powell Ted Eugene Van Steenburg Michael Ted Van Steenburg Michelle Nicole Van b. 12-10-1903 b. 3-26-1926 b. 5-19-1953 Steenburg d. 9-8-1977 d. 4-19-1965 b. 4-16-1983 m. 4-25-1981 m. 12-13-1922 m. -10-1952 Victoria Mae Chamberlin Charles Bruce Van Steenburg June Cossin b. 12-25-1948 b. 10-27-1902 b. 6-10-1928 d. 11-22-1962 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Kip Patrick Van Steenburg Chase Tyler Van Steenburg b. 3-16-1958 b. 10-11-1985 m. 8-31-1980 Jennifer Lynne Patterson 22.214.171.124.2 b. 6-3-1959 Haley Danielle Van Steenburg b. 9-29-1987 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Karen Marie Van Steenburg Nathaniel Mark Douglas b. 7-14-1959 b. 2-19-1984 m. 9-26-1981 Mark Vincent Douglas 184.108.40.206.2 b. 9-25-1958 Justin Michael Douglas b. 1-8-1986 220.127.116.11.3 Joshua Ryan Douglas b. 11-1-1987 18.104.22.168.4 Zachary Kenneth Douglas b. 6-14-1991 82 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 11 HUNTINGTON Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 11.4 11.4.2 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Esther Lavon Powell Alice Joan Van Steenburg Alan Randolph Rosa Sergio Michael Rosa (Continued) b. 1-26-1931 b. 3-15-1949 b. 4-14-1972 m. 7-4-1948 m. 7-17-1971 Sergio Rosa Kathleen Ottomanelli 188.8.131.52.2 b. 6-19-1927 b. 11-8-1946 Melissa Marie Rosa b. 6-20-1975 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Sandra Lee Rosa Ashley Elizabeth Stuart b. 12-30-1952 b. 6-5-1991 m. 10-29-1972 Charles C. Paruolo Jr. b. 10-7-1943 m. 11-17-1984 John Stuart b. 5-1-1951 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Debra Sue Rosa Kristy Lynn Jagelka b. 12-31-1954 b. 6-4-1978 m. 8-25-1974 Thomas Jagelka 126.96.36.199.2 b. 5-9-1953 Deanna Rose Mayo b. 3-31-1996 m. 10-25-1991 Michael Angelo Mayo b. 11-17-1961 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Mark Anthony Rosa Lyonella Astrid Rosa b. 7-13-1961 b. 8-11-1981 m. 10-11-1980 Yathyra Astrid Portilla 220.127.116.11.2 b. 3-1-1963 Natalie Jayn Rosa b. 5-22-1983 m. 4-5-1986 Luanne Goeren b. 8-26-1956 18.104.22.168.3 Mark Anthony Rosa b. 6-8-1986 22.214.171.124.4 Benjamin Agostino Rosa b. 12-3-1988 126.96.36.199.5 Desiree Giacomina Rosa b. 7-9-1990 11.5 Mae Belle Powell b. 5-17-1905 d. 6-2-1982 m. 9-15-1927 Theron H. Glathart b. 8-6-1898 d. 7-26-1938 83 11 HUNTINGTON Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 11.6 11.6.1 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Gaylord Dotson Powell Lane D. Powell Andrew Scott Powell Kara Kane Powell b. 6-4-1908 b. 12-9-1932 b. 7-22-1957 b. 5-19-1986 d. 6-13-1992 m. 11-27-1954 m. 8-9-1980 m. 11-8-1930 Janet Lynn Kiser Constance Kane 220.127.116.11.2 Mary Ellene Gallant b. 9-11-1934 b. 3-25-1957 Benjamin Lane Powell b. 9-30-1910 b. 1-27-1988 d. 9-30-1966 m. 3-15-1969 Helen Newcomer b. 10-12-1915 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Allison May Powell Hillary Lane Meyers b. 4-8-1960 b. 7-12-1992 m. 2-22-1986 Randy Meyers 126.96.36.199.2 b. 10-24-1962 Samuel Dale Meyers b. 7-18-1995 11.6.2 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Roger Earl Powell Julie Jo Powell Michelle Renee Motter b. 9-5-1936 b. 2-13-1958 b. 5-6-1979 m. 6-22-1956 m. 10-16-1976 Joan Carroll Anderson Rodney Lee Motter 220.127.116.11.2 b. 7-19-1938 b. 12-31-1956 Aaron Lee Motter b. 12-28-1983 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Jana Michelle Powell Evan Kent Hartman b. 6-6-1961 b. 5-13-1991 m. 8-16-1985 Rodney Kent Hartman 126.96.36.199.2 b. 12-15-1960 Mitchell Reed Hartman b. 12-22-1993 188.8.131.52 William Eugene “Gene” Powell b. 9-22-1968 m. 11-2-1996 Dorothy Louise “Darcy” Reeves b. 2-20-1968 11.6.3 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Ned Tracy Powell Nicole Danielle Powell Jessi Noel Opperthauser b. 7-17-1942 b. 5-25-1974 b. 12-25-1997 m. 6-12-1966 m. 10-22-1994 Karen Lou Sheidler Karl Matthew Opperthauser b. 9-6-1944 b. 5-15-1973 18.104.22.168 Patrick Dean Powell b. 4-9-1981 84 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 11 HUNTINGTON Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 11.6 11.6.4 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Gaylord Dotson Powell Marcia Ann Powell Angela Ann Weber Mitchell James Shaw (Continued) b. 11-15-1943 b. 12-30-1965 b. 1-10-1995 m. 5-9-1964 m. 9-28-1991 Donald Carl Weber Peter William Shaw 188.8.131.52.2 b. 4-19-1943 b. 2-2-1960 Zachary William Shaw b. 1-30-1998 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Melissa Lynn Weber Hannah Elizabeth Recker b. 10-15-1968 b. 7-18-1998 m. 10-2-1993 Craig Thomas Recker b. 7-19-1968 11.7 11.7.1 18.104.22.168 Laurel C. Powell Gretchen Powell David Henderson b. 7-8-1909 b. 8-15-1937 b. 3-29-1960 d. 6-9-1967 d. 7-1970 m. 8-30-1958 m. 5-28-1934 John Steven Henderson Dorothy Cramer b. 10-31-1939 22.214.171.124 b. 3-11-1908 John Daniel Spaits d. 2-23-1997 m. 8-15-1961 b. 3-14-1962 Frank Spaits d. 4-10-1963 b. 5-23-1940 m. 1-29-1969 126.96.36.199 Aso Forwale Pili Gilbert Spaits b. 3-26-1948 b. 6-7-1965 188.8.131.52 Erik Aso Pili b. 11-2-1969 85 JENNIE JUNE POWELL Bor n: 12 - 14- 1867 Died: 7- 19- 1964 Married: 2-5-1889 ELMER E. TROUTNER Bor n: 3-14- 1861 Died: 3- 28- 1943 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 12 JENNIE Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 12.1 12.1.1 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Inez Burdetto Troutner Florence Ethelyne Farthing James David Cline Paul David Cline b. 2-1-1890 b. 11-6-1911 b. 6-28-1936 b. 4-7-1961 d. 5-8-1976 d. 7-2-1998 m. 4-9-1960 m. 10-18-1986 m. 10-20-1910 m. 7-22-1933 Charlotte Ann Peterson Dyanna Jo Osborne Joseph Ellis Farthing Milford James David Cline b. 12-19-1940 b. 5-20-1967 b. 4-28-1889 b. 2-17-1908 d. 12-22-1971 d. 1-13-1984 18.104.22.168.2 22.214.171.124.2.1 m. 1-15-1987 Cynthia Florence Cline Forrest Michael Oswald J.B.Peterson b. 6-11-1962 b. 6-12-1983 b. 7-6-1915 m. 9-6-1981 Michael Erling Oswald b. 6-18-1961 m. -16-1992 Marc Alexander Howell b. 1-8-1968 126.96.36.199.3 Bryce Milford Cline b. 4-10-1967 12.1.2 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 220.127.116.11.1.1 Cleone Alberta Farthing Carolyn Jean Unser Steven Dane Hitzeman Tyler Dane Hitzeman b. 11-27-1912 b. 4-14-1941 b. 8-20-1961 b. 9-14-1993 m. 9-16-1935 m. 9-24-1960 m. 8-6-1988 Howard Watson Unser Erwin C. Hitzeman Teresa Elaine Gonzalas 18.104.22.168.1.2 b. 10-19-1913 b. 3-15-1939 b. 11-19-1960 Neal Carl Hitzeman d. 8-16-1967 b. 12-2-1995 22.214.171.124.2 Scott Dale Hitzeman b. 9-23-1962 m. 6-15-1996 Denise Collins b. - - 126.96.36.199.3 188.8.131.52.3.1 Brent Lane Hitzeman Theodore Hitzeman b. 4-10-1967 b. 4-26-1996 m. 8-22-1992 Camilla Lee Drury b. 12-22-1963 184.108.40.206.4 Reid Bennett Hitzeman b. 8-30-1969 m. 10-2-1993 Jennifer Yilek b. 5-29-1971 220.127.116.11.5 Holly Larissa Hitzeman b. 8-10-1972 89 12 JENNIE Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 12.1 12.1.2 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Inez Burdetto Troutner Cleone Alberta Farthing Robert Leland Unser Gregory Alan Unser (Continued) (Continued) b. 6-7-1945 b. 5-17-1971 m. 8-27-1969 Faith Naomi Philpot 126.96.36.199.2 b. 2-6-1948 Heather Melissa Unser b. 6-25-1974 m. 7-8-1995 Shane Groner 188.8.131.52.3 Gwendolyn Beth Unser b. 5-24-1976 m. 7-10-1999 Craig Jackson 184.108.40.206.4 Brian David Unser b. 1-19-1985 12.1.3 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Elmer Burdette Farthing Donald Burdette Farthing Kim Marie Farthing b. 2-7-1915 b. 7-19-1939 b. 9-14-1960 d. 7-21-1992 m. 10-1-1961 m. 1-1-1939 Joyce Smith Troxel 22.214.171.124.2 Burnis Nedra Miley b. 1939 David Wayne Farthing b. 6-24-1917 b. 6-2-1962 m. 11-7-1965 Carol Sue Jones-Ritcher m. -6-6 b. 11-13-1942 Linda Franck b. 11-13-1942 126.96.36.199.3 188.8.131.52.3.1 Tatia Renee Farthing Amikela Maura Green b. 12-5-1967 b. 5-24-1992 m. 12-25-1993 William Green b. - - 184.108.40.206.4 Curtis Lynn Farthing b. 4-24-1969 m. 8-22-1992 Sharon Kay Yarnell b. - - 220.127.116.11.5 18.104.22.168.1.1 Michael Allen Farthing Erika Michelle Farthing b. - -1961 b. 10-15-1987 m. 8-3-1983 Denise M. Johnson 22.214.171.124.1.2 b. - - Drew Thomas Farthing b. 10-21-1989 90 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 12 JENNIE Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 12.1 12.1.3 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 184.108.40.206.1.1 Inez Burdetto Troutner Elmer Burdette Farthing Joyce Ellen Farthing Steven Miles Stover Melissa Stover (Continued) (Continued) b. 6-24-1940 b. 4-17-1963 b. 7-12-1980 m. 9-21-1960 m. - - James Richard Stover Wendy Leonhardt b. 4-16-1941 b. - - 220.127.116.11.2 18.104.22.168.2.1 Joni Ann Stover Christopher Belleville b. 9-14-1964 b. 7-31-1984 m. - - William Belleville b. - - 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 188.8.131.52.1.1 Janis Burdetta Farthing Darin David Frantz Lacey Anderson Frantz b. 1-9-1943 b. 7-24-1966 b. 1-9-1986 m. 7-20-1962 m. 6-1-1985 David Dean Frantz Karen Anderson b. 7-3-1943 184.108.40.206.2 Kelly Jo Frantz b. 12-18-1968 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Dennis Dean Farthing Tonya Marie Farthing b. 1-8-1945 b. 11-15-1971 m. -1-1971 Carol Irene Teders 22.214.171.124.2 b. 8-20-1950 Gregory Dean Farthing b. 12-14-1972 126.96.36.199.3 Sarah Marie Farthing b. 2-15-1989 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Janeen Joan Farthing Bradley Wade Elliot b. 5-10-1948 b. 1-8-1969 m. 3-13-1971 m. 7-1-1989 William Dale Elliot UNNAMED b. 10-24-1935 b. - - 220.127.116.11.2 Mark Allen Elliot b. 2-16-1973 18.104.22.168.3 Stace Jo Elliot b. 7-5-1974 91 12 JENNIE Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 12.1 12.1.4 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Inez Burdetto Troutner Merritt Galen Farthing Linda Jane Farthing Marna Elizabeth Nicholas (Continued) b. 2-14-1917 b. 4-11-1941 b. 5-25-1967 d. 9-12-1988 m. - - m. 1-22-1940 Phillip Nicholas 188.8.131.52.2 Margaret Hayes b. - - Spencer Mark Nicholas b. 2-1917 b. 7-15-1970 m. 1-3-1946 Gertrude Cimino b. 9-3-1921 m. 8-23-1956 Evelyn Louise Antel b. 3-2-1914 12.1.5 Ellsworth LeRoy Farthing b. 12-6-1919 d. 12-11-1919 12.1.6 Carolyn Farthing b. 9-30-1920 d. 9-30-1920 12.1.7 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 18.104.22.168.1.1 Virginia Eileen Farthing Sharon Mae Nigh Dorthy Ann Boots Burnett Dwain Edward Albert Jr. b. 5-20-1922 b. 11-9-1942 b. 12-2-1962 b. 6-18-1983 m. 1-5-1942 m. 10-30-1961 Dwain Edward Albert Woodrow Willis Nigh Ronald Boots b. 9-15-1963 22.214.171.124.1.2 b. 1-6-1915 b. 6-4-1940 Jayma LeAnn Albert d. 8-22-1975 b. 6-15-1985 m. 6-9-1967 Matthew Burnett b. 3-4-1952 126.96.36.199.1.3 Allysa Chantel Albert b. 2-6-1987 188.8.131.52.2 184.108.40.206.2.1 Crystal Rae Burnett Alexander James Peppe b. 7-12-1968 b. 8-15-1993 m. 6-9-1990 James Peppe b. 6-8-1966 220.127.116.11.3 Karl Matthew Burnett b. 3-4-1977 18.104.22.168.4 Hope Ellen Burnett b. 5-23-1979 22.214.171.124 Frederick Ellis Nigh b. 12-13-1945 d. 9-17-1968 92 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 12 JENNIE Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 12.1 12.1.7 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Inez Troutner Virginia Eileen Farthing Andrew Gail Nigh Toby Lynn Nigh (Continued) (Continued) b. 5-9-1949 b. 9-17-1969 m. 11-30-1968 m. 3-5-1994 Nancy Ann Norwood Kelli Dee Linekin b. 9-23-1949 b. 6-7-1968 184.108.40.206.2 Shawn Frederick Nigh b. 12-13-1976 220.127.116.11.3 Nicole Ann Nigh b. 12-5-1977 18.104.22.168.4 Candice Marie Nigh b. 4-6-1984 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 John Michael Nigh Jason Michael Nigh b. 8-30-1950 b. 11-1-1977 m. 8-17-1973 Susan Schwinn b. 6-17-1952 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Karron Kae Nigh Colin Dean Chappell b. 8-11-1954 b. 7-23-1990 m. -29-1976 Terry A. Glaser m. 8-26-1982 Bruce Chappell b. 9-9-1946 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Cynthia Ann Nigh Anthony Frederick b. 1-9-1957 Magno Silva b. 4-16-1982 m. 3-13-1976 Augusto Magno Silva b. 11-13-1954 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Cecile Sue Nigh Kurt Joseph Thompson b. 5-13-1958 b. 4-2-1984 m. 11-5-1976 Ronnie L.Hartman 188.8.131.52.2 b. - - Bradley Ryan Thompson b. 6-5-1986 m. 5-19-1980 Jerry DeWayne Thompson b. 10-7-1959 184.108.40.206.3 Matthew Jay Thompson b. 7-3-1990 93 12 JENNIE Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 12.1 12.1.7 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Inez Troutner Virginia Eileen Farthing Phillip J. Nigh Christopher Phillip Nigh (Continued) (Continued) b. 1-2-1961 b. 2-7-1992 m. 9-2-1989 Celeste Ann Gunther 22.214.171.124.2 Rachel Elizabeth Nigh b. 4-7-1996 12.1.8 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Margaret Eloise Farthing Larry Lynn Leonard Robert Dean Leonard b. 12-8-1923 b. 5-20-1942 b. 3-29-1964 m. 7-13-1941 m. 5-25-1963 Ralph W. Leonard Ruth Ella Risner 184.108.40.206.2 b. 6-9-1922 b. 5-18-1941 Brian Patrick Leonard d. 1-9-1986 b. 3-17-1966 m. -21-1995 Maria Papole b. - - 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Samuel Ralph Leonard Mark S.Leonard b. 7-11-1943 b. 12-30-1964 d. 12-30-1992 m. 7-24-1964 Merrily C. Kennedy b. 9-9-1944 22.214.171.124.2 Karen Lee Leonard b. 9-7-1967 m. 4-30-1988 Jay Bentivegna b. - - m. 5-14-1994 Rodney Crandall b. - - 126.96.36.199.3 188.8.131.52.3.1 Kathleen A. Leonard Lacey Hughes b. 11-25-1969 b. 4-3-1998 m. - - Troy Hughes 184.108.40.206.3.2 b. - - Bo Edward Spencer b. 2-27-1990 m. 12-10-1988 Paul E. Spencer b. - - 220.127.116.11.4 18.104.22.168.4.1 Chad Michael Leonard McKenna Leonard b. 2-19-1974 b. 7-1-1997 m. - - Chastity Phillips b. - - 94 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 12 JENNIE Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 12.1 12.1.8 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Inez Troutner Margaret Eloise Farthing Patricia K. Leonard Derek Snyder (Continued) (Continued) b. 10-24-1944 b. 12-30-1969 m. 6-5-1965 Charles R. Snyder 188.8.131.52.2 b. 1-1-1944 Darin Charles Snyder b. 12-23-1971 m. 6-13-1996 Aniko Mattson b. - - 12.1.9 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Le Jean Mae Farthing Sheila Anne Ford Tabetha Ann Fox b. 4-4-1927 b. 7-2-1948 b. 3-15-1976 m. 5-26-1946 m. 5-12-1972 m. 9-26-1998 Foster Forest Ford Kenneth William Fox Jr. Brian Boissonneault b. 5-12-1920 b. 12-12-1947 18.104.22.168.2 Flint William Fox b. 10-11-1977 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Sandra Lee Ford Christen Renee Cole b. 11-13-1951 b. 5-8-1982 m. 12-1-1973 Paul Lyman Cole b. 5-20-1946 d. 3-31-1993 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Craig Foster Ford Michael John Ford b. 10-10-1953 b. 6-12-1974 d. 8-6-1999 m. 2-9-1973 Patricia Ann Gorrell m. 6-1-1996 b. 6-16-1954 Stephanie Rowe b. - - 220.127.116.11.2 Alecia Lynn Ford b. 12-29-1975 m. 7-22-1995 Steven Pieraccini 18.104.22.168.3 Pamela Dawn Ford b. 5-23-1977 95 12 JENNIE Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 12.1 12.1.9 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Inez Troutner Le Jean Mae Farthing Kyle Forest Ford Kyle Steven Ford (Continued) (Continued) b. 3-24-1957 b. 7-17-1977 m. 9-11-1976 Louann Edinger 188.8.131.52.2 b. 7-13-1958 Angela Marie Ford b. 12-17-1979 m. 6-8-1985 d. 3-17-1999 Mary Susan Patterson Kirkendall b. 1-23-1957 184.108.40.206.3 Nickolos Ryan Ford b. 5-16-1982 220.127.116.11.4 Terence Lee Kirkendall b. 4-22-1975 18.104.22.168.5 Travis Lee Kirkendall b. 9-9-1976 22.214.171.124.6 Troy Lee Kirkendall b. 4-2-1980 d. 4-2-1980 126.96.36.199 Tamara Jean Ford b. 1-3-1965 12.1.10 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Marilyn Powell Douglas Allen Armentrout Ryan Douglas Armentrout b. 12-14-1929 b. 1-11-1953 b. 11-16-1985 d. 1-6-1999 m. 11-1978 m. 10-2-1949 Pam 220.127.116.11.2 Robert Lester Armentrout b. - - Megan Jean Armentrout b. 2-23-1928 b. 5-17-1987 18.104.22.168.3 Jill Marie Armentrout b. 1-3-1989 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Scott Armentrout Armentrout Ryan John Armentrout b. 5-21-1956 b. 5-25-1982 m. 6-20-1987 Kathy Marie Lovett 188.8.131.52.2 b. 8-27-1965 Kimberly Ann Armentrout b. 8-23-1988 184.108.40.206 Drew Robert Armentrout b. 10-12-1957 96 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 12 JENNIE Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 12.2 Arthur Burton Troutner b. 12-3-1893 d. 11-13-1985 12.3 12.3.1 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 22.214.171.124.1.1 Florence May Troutner Wilma Irene Farthing Randall Jay Bovee Nancy Louise Bovee Amanda Renee Wade b. 11-18-1899 b. 10-23-1929 b. 3-2-1952 b. 7-24-1972 b. 12-14-1992 d. 5-4-1986 m. 6-4-1950 m. 3-30-1972 m. 8-6-1990 m. 6-29-1927 Merl Gene Bovee Betty Jean Taylor Neill Otto Earl Merritt Farthing b. 2-12-1927 b. 9-1-1952 b. - - b. 2-27-1899 d. 11-9-1992 m. 9-18-1992 Gary Dean Wade b. - - 126.96.36.199.2 Bovee b. 10-23-1974 d. 10-23-1974 188.8.131.52.3 Diana Marie Bovee b. 6-8-1979 184.108.40.206.4 Richard Gordon Bovee b. 8-14-1980 220.127.116.11.5 Sandra Irene Bovee b. 10-5-1983 18.104.22.168.6 Christopher Arthur Bovee b. 12-4-1987 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Jeffery Gene Bovee Steven Alexander Bovee b. 11-14-1953 b. 8-8-1980 m. 4-9-1977 Pamela A. Mackres b. 8-18-1957 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Mickey Orlin Bovee Chad Dustin Bovee b. 8-22-1955 b. 11-14-1979 m. 9-9-1978 Barbara E. Krieger Maki Paula Lynn Maki b. 3-30-1945 b. 2-17-1965 Terri Denise Maki b. 6-22-1968 Nicki Lee Maki b. 6-7-1975 97 12 JENNIE Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 12.3 12.3.1 220.127.116.11 Florence May Troutner Wilma Irene Farthing Karen Louise Bovee (Continued) (Continued) b. 1-24-1958 d. 11-23-1976 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Annette Marie Bovee Jared Robert Peverly b. 9-30-1962 b. 10-24-1992 m. 4-25-1987 Dale Peverly 126.96.36.199.2 b. 3-23-1962 Eric Thomas Peverly b. 5-20-1996 12.3.2 188.8.131.52 Florence Lucille Farthing David Allen Dishong b. 2-11-1931 b. 9-11-1957 d. 9-11-1957 m. - -1952 Tom Bach b. - - 184.108.40.206 Gary Lee Dishong m. 11-11-1956 b. 1-14-1959 John David Dishong b. 4-27-1929 d. 4-22-1989 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Carlene Ann Dishong Jason Michael Kitchen b. 8-21-1960 b. 4-29-1982 m. 7-6-1980 Michael L. Kitchen 22.214.171.124.2 b. 9-2-1959 Justin David Kitchen b. 1-20-1985 126.96.36.199.3 Nicole Kitchen b. 3-28-1989 d. 3-28-1989 188.8.131.52.4 Adam Ross Kitchen b. 6-9-1990 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Brian Eugene Dishong Jonathan James Dishong b. 8-22-1965 b. 1-3-1985 m. 8-31-1984 Heather Campbell 18.104.22.168.2 b. 11-25-1966 David Robert Dishong b. 9-5-1989 22.214.171.124.3 Matthew Brian Dishong b. 6-10-1991 126.96.36.199 Neil LaVerne Dishong b. 4-6-1967 98 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 12 JENNIE Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 12.3 12.3.3 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Florence May Troutner Earl Eugene Farthing Suzette Jolene Farthing Ryan Edward Dingess (Continued) b. 4-10-1932 b. 3-6-1959 b. 9-30-1985 m. 6-8-1961 m. 9-24-1983 Joanne Elizabeth Creaglow James Edward Dingess 220.127.116.11.2 b. 12-19-1936 b. 6-11-1958 Amanda Marie Dingess b. 10-12-1986 m. 6-15-1991 Don Paul Smals b. 7-12-1956 18.104.22.168.3 Nicolas Farthing Smals b. 1-3-1992 22.214.171.124.4 Lyndsay Renee Smals b. 8-3-1993 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Janette Renee Farthing Christian Matthew Watson b. 6-30-1962 b. 10-24-1993 m. 5-20-1989 Jeffrey Jesse Watson 184.108.40.206.2 b. 6-30-1962 Courtney Nicole Watson b. 8-21-1997 12.3.4 220.127.116.11 Lynn LaVerne Farthing Teresa Lynne Farthing b. 8-1-1933 b. 3-15-1961 m. 11-18-1956 m. 9-15-1984 Dorla Marlene Linhart Gregory Gene Brown b. 6-29-1937 b. 6-29-1960 12.4 12.4.1 18.104.22.168 Kenneth Eugene Troutner Naida Lane Troutner Adam Douglas Andrews b. 1-3-1903 b. 7-29-1936 b. 3-18-1963 m. 9-9-1935 Ruth L. Kelley 12.4.2 22.214.171.124 b. 9-12-1911 Karen Gay Troutner Ariel Kathleen Andrews d. 5-10-1957 b. 10-3-1939 b. 11-28-1964 m. 10-22-1960 m. 6-11-1961 m. 1-6-1990 Marvel M.Patton Larry Andrews Jason Charles Bokar b. 2-13-1909 b. 8-9-1940 b. 5-16-1964 126.96.36.199 Elisif Amienne Andrews b. 12-22-1966 m. 7-14-1990 David Walker Brandon b. 10-28-1967 188.8.131.52 Elodie Antonia Andrews b. 9-8-1970 99 12 JENNIE Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 12.4 12.4.3 184.108.40.206 Kenneth Eugene Troutner Pamela Ruth Troutner Erik Charles Fredette (Continued) b. 11-14-1940 b. 3-13-1969 m. 12-14-1963 m. 9-26-1992 Charles Cosner Veronica Jo Middleton b. 5-13-1941 b. 8-21-1973 m. 8-5-1974 William Fredette 220.127.116.11 b. 10-29-1948 William Edward Troutner Fredette m. 12-1-1989 b. 6-11-1970 Nick Gene Bardo b. - - m. 2-13-1993 Renee Elaine Wolford b. 4-29-1971 12.4.4 18.104.22.168 Douglas Powell Troutner Timothy Douglas Troutner b. 5-15-1942 b. 2-12-1980 m. 6-17-1978 Francis Kathryn MacMurray 22.214.171.124 b. 3-29-1952 Theresa Ann Troutner b. 6-12-1983 12.4.5 Mary Beth Troutner b. 3-22-1949 m. 11-24-1989 Raul Martinez b. 10-22-1949 12.5 Mary Irene Troutner b. 10-6-1904 d. 5-30-1980 m. 7-18-1931 Roy Clements b. 9-14-1902 d. 8-29-1974 12.6 12.6.1 126.96.36.199 Lowell LaVerne Troutner Howard LaVerne Troutner David Carter Troutner b. 9-9-1909 b. 1-24-1937 b. 11-8-1961 d. 4-2-1997 m. 8-17-1958 m. 9-12-1992 m. 11-18-1934 Shirley Lucille Coker Kimberly Suzanne McAdams Lillian Rose Farthing b. 9-22-1937 b. 11-15-1970 b. 2-22-1914 m. 6-28-1997 Susan Ione Lance 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 b. 8-3-1945 Douglas Clarke Troutner Kyle Douglas Troutner b. 4-23-1963 b. 3-24-1992 m. 7-1-1989 Kimberly Sue Myers 220.127.116.11.2 b. 10-11-1965 Jason Clark Troutner b. 12-19-1993 18.104.22.168.3 Kaitlin Renee Troutner b. 11-18-1996 100 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 12 JENNIE Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 12.6 12.6.1 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Lowell LaVerne Troutner Howard LaVerne Troutner Daniel Craig Troutner Timothy Daniel Troutner (Continued) (Continued) b. 5-9-1967 b. 8-26-1994 m. 9-1-1990 Jennifer Kay Schaefer 188.8.131.52.2 b. 10-4-1969 Peter Jacob Troutner b. 2-25-1996 184.108.40.206.3 Rebecca Noelle Troutner b. 9-14-1998 12.6.2 Blaine Eugene Troutner b. 6-22-1942 d. 6-22-1942 12.6.3 220.127.116.11 Elaine Ann Troutner Keith Aaron Ensign b. 6-22-1942 b. 3-5-1968 m. 5-2-1965 James Franklin Ensign 18.104.22.168 b. 11-27-1941 Jill Marie Ensign b. 11-22-1971 m. 6-13-1992 David Lucas b. 5-1970 12.6.4 22.214.171.124 William Elmer Troutner Heather Lentz Troutner b. 11-29-1951 b. 8-4-1970 d. 1-24-1994 m. 7-27-1974 Cathy Denise Lentz b. 1-26-1952 126.96.36.199 Kevin Kyle Troutner b. 8-18-1975 101 HOMER K. POWELL Bor n: 2-13- 1869 Died: 3- 29- 1967 Married: 9-1-1909 EDITH A. D E BERRY Bor n: 9-27- 1878 Died: 4- 26- 1966 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 13 HOMER Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 13.1 13.1.1 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Homer Eugene Powell Daryl Eugene Powell Deborah Kay Powell Stephanie Ann Minerich b. 11-16-1910 b. 10-3-1937 b. 7-1-1959 b. 10-18-1984 d. 11-25-1997 m. 8-16-1958 m. 3-21-1981 m. 5-30-1935 Nancy M. Gillespie Shannon Minerich Mary Edith Hawver b. 12-22-1937 b. 7-25-1959 b. 3-22-1911 m. 5-2-1970 Judith M. Fromm b. 11-1-1943 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Susan Carol Powell Kevin Jerome Perkins b. 12-16-1960 b. 2-3-1989 m. 8-18-1984 Kevin Perkins b. 2-24-1958 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Emily Jean Powell Sarah May Gomez b. 2-21-1965 b. 5-17-1985 m. 10-27-1984 John Gomez 188.8.131.52.2 b. 10-6-1961 Elisha Christine Gomez b. 2-3-1987 m. 8-15-1989 William Hartig b. 1-25-1944 184.108.40.206.3 Darren Alexander Hartig b. 2-27-1990 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Jennifer Jo Powell Cori Lynn York b. 9-22-1966 b. 12-2-1991 m. 7-2-1988 David York b. - - 22.214.171.124 Amy Lynn Powell b. 4-11-1973 m. 6-27-1998 Spencer Blaker b. 7-26-1967 126.96.36.199 Carrie Louise Powell b. 3-13-1982 105 13 HOMER Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 13.1 13.1.2 188.8.131.52 Homer Eugene Powell Richard Harley Powell Michael Louis Powell (Continued) b. 4-11-1939 b. 6-1-1960 m. 8-29-1959 Margaret Sue Morrison 184.108.40.206 b. 9-14-1939 David Alan Powell b. 11-22-1963 m. 7-31-1995 Heidi Barbara Longwell b. 9-11-1944 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Stephen Douglas Powell Zackary Edward Powell b. 3-6-1968 b. 9-24-1991 m. 8-7-1992 Lori Ann Antoszewski 22.214.171.124.2 b. 9-28-1970 Kaili Olivia Powell b. 10-6-1995 126.96.36.199 Jeanne Elizabeth Powell b. 4-20-1972 m. 4-25-1997 Steven M. Parrish b. 6-6-1970 13.1.3 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Kay Marguerite Powell Beverly Kay Klement April Lynn Capilla b. 7-23-1944 b. 1-9-1967 b. 11-16-1990 d. 11-16-1990 m. 6-23-1966 m. 11-5-1988 Lynn G. Klement Robert Lynn Capilla b. 3-20-1944 b. 8-1-1968 220.127.116.11.2 d. 5-22-1970 Jacob Robert Capilla m. 9-15-1998 b. 9-27-1991 Gary Sands b. 1-19-1968 18.104.22.168.3 Jenna Kay Capilla b. 3-4-1993 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Michelle Marie Klement Harold Thomas b. 1-28-1968 Henneman III b. 12-11-1989 m. - - Harold Thomas Henneman Jr. 188.8.131.52.2 b. 7-21-1963 Jeremy Ryan Henneman b. 5-22-1995 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 Julie Lynn Klement Kaylyn Jade Quiniff b. 3-15-1969 b. 8-7-1995 m. - - Barry J. Quiniff b. - - 106 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 13 HOMER Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 13.2 13.2.1 Carroll Fredlock Powell David Benson Powell b. 2-20-1917 b. 8-23-1948 d. 3-28-1999 m. 7-8-1972 m. 8-30-1947 Virginia Ann Williams Dorothy Barnhart b. - - b. 8-30-1918 Div. 1978 m. 6-29-1983 Kate Fitzgerald b. 3-3-1944 13.2.2 Byron Rene Powell b. 3-4-1950 13.2.3 18.104.22.168 Karen Elaine Powell James Gabriel Gilbert b. 1-22-1953 b. 2-6-1982 m. 7-17-1976 James Gilbert 22.214.171.124 b. 4-5-1953 David Benjamin Gilbert b. 5-3-1983 m. 1-11-1992 Earl Britt b. 10-7-1952 126.96.36.199 Anita Jane Britt b. 9-1-1994 188.8.131.52 Wesley Powell Britt b. 9-16-1996 13.2.4 184.108.40.206 Ellen Christine Powell Katherine Naomi Wardzala b. 12-30-1954 b. 10-11-1981 m. 8-23-1980 Robert John Wardzala 220.127.116.11 b. 12-18-1953 Robin Joy Wardzala b. 5-13-1983 18.104.22.168 Christopher James Wardzala b. 12-12-1985 22.214.171.124 Joseph Henry Wardzala b. 9-8-1987 107 13 HOMER Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 13.3 13.3.1 126.96.36.199 Margaret Eloise Powell Paul McNeal Thomas John William Thomas b. 2-11-1920 b. 7-1-1944 b. 11-24-1968 m. 1-3-1943 m. 8-19-1967 Archie McNeal Thomas Susan Gay 188.8.131.52 b. 3-14-1919 b. - - Christopher McNeal Thomas b. 9-24-1974 m. -30-1970 Jean Spielman b. 11-12-1944 184.108.40.206 Jennifer Ann Thomas b. 5-3-1976 13.3.2 Richard Bruce Thomas b. 7-13-1947 d. 8-25-1947 13.3.3 Barbara Jean Thomas b. 2-22-1949 m. 10-21-1972 John A.Kelly b. 11-24-1949 m. 11-30-1985 David L.James b. 4-12-1941 13.4 13.4.1 Eleanor Virginia Powell Stephen Michael Scouten b. 8-3-1923 b. 10-4-1961 m. 12-23-1960 Edward Leonard Scouten 13.4.2 b. 7-10-1914 Jonathan Lee Scouten b. 4-24-1963 m. 11-29-1992 Patricia Wright b. 8-2-1942 108 Children of ANDREW Powell Bor n: 5-25- 1827 Died: 4- 17- 1916 and his third wife sarah ANN fellers longbrake Bor n: 2- 24- 1846 Died: 1906 Married: 3-5-1878 INEZ MAY POWELL Bor n: 12- 27- 1878 Died: 10- 28- 1976 Married: 8- 27- 1903 EZRA OTIS YATES Bor n: 9- 8- 1871 Died: 4- 22- 1968 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 14 INEZ Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 14.1 14.1.1 220.127.116.11 Willard Eugene Yates Yvonne Yates Yates Corine Lee Grate b. 9-8-1904 b. 4-19-1932 b. 3-13-1955 d. 10-17-1981 m. 9-14-1952 m. 5-4-1975 m. 5-4-1931 Robert S. Grate Jack McBride Ora Catherine Martin b. 3-1-1931 b. 4-30-1906 d. 7-22-1984 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Michael Robert Grate Christopher Michael Grate b. 10-10-1957 b. 12-11-1982 m. 8-14-1981 Linda Richardson b. 9-13-1956 126.96.36.199 Patrick Todd Grate b. 7-4-1962 14.1.2 188.8.131.52 Willard Eugene Yates Steven Winslow Yates b. 5-8-1935 b. 10-9-1963 m. 5-17-1960 Marie L. Page 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.1 b. 5-26-1934 Risa Lynn Yates Cassandra Marie Herrin b. 6-9-1965 b. 9-13-1988 m. 7-17-1987 Robert Paul Herrin 18.104.22.168.2 b. 7-24-1965 Jessica Chante Herrin b. 10-17-1990 22.214.171.124.3 Nathan Robert Herrin b. 9-29-1993 126.96.36.199.4 Megan Alvey Herrin b. 5-26-1995 188.8.131.52.5 Anya Catherine Herrin b. 7-24-1998 d. 7-24-1998 184.108.40.206.6 Zachary Eugene Herrin b. 7-1-1999 113 14 INEZ Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 14.1 14.1.2 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Willard Eugene Yates Willard Eugene Yates Danita Christine Yates Olivia Danielle Mendez (Continued) (Continued) b. 3-30-1967 b. 7-2-1993 m. 4-27-1990 Omar Mendez 22.214.171.124.2 b. 5-17-1960 Gabriella Mendez b. 4-16-1995 d. 4-16-1995 126.96.36.199.3 Aerin Nicole Mendez b. 8-23-1996 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Douglas Page Yates Payden Scott Yates b. 7-16-1969 b. 8-11-1993 m. -3-1991 Jodi Lynn Johnson 220.127.116.11.2 b. 11-8-1969 Sydnee Yates b. 2-16-1995 18.104.22.168.3 Madison Yates b. 7-16-1996 22.214.171.124.4 Brock Douglas Yates b. 9-14-1998 126.96.36.199 David Martin Yates b. 5-22-1980 14.1.3 188.8.131.52 Ronald Dean Yates Kevin (Whiteman)Yates b. 10-21-1941 b. 6-8-1965 m. 4-3-1971 Tony Zackary 184.108.40.206 b. 8-4-1946 Angela Marie Yates Div. 5-12-1981 b. 2-4-1972 14.1.4 Richard Lee Yates b. 8-27-1943 m. 4-8-1972 Jaqueline “Jackie” Stall b. - - 14.2 Randall Paul Yates b. 7-20-1907 d. 6-29-1985 m. -1931 b. - - Div. - - m. 6-16-1945 Margaret Hill b. 6-2-1917 114 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 14 INEZ Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 14.3 14.3.1 220.127.116.11 Joyce Quentine Yates Quentin Leroy Eberhardt Mary Eberhardt b. 4-29-1909 b. 11-29-1931 b. 3-24-1960 d. 10-1998 m. 10-4-1930 Lester Leroy Eberhardt m. 8-10-1952 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 b. 1-15-1902 Celia Joyce Wilson Eric Allen Eberhardt Austin Eberhardt d. 1975 b. 2-15-1937 b. 12-8-1961 b. - - m. - - Teri 126.96.36.199.2 b. - - Carissa Eberhardt b. - - 188.8.131.52 Michael Eberhardt b. 4-14-1962 14.3.2 184.108.40.206 Norman Lee Eberhardt Alianna Eberhardt b. 2-18-1943 m. 10-4-1969 Beth Potter b. 6-14-1942 m. - - Anita b. - - 14.4 14.4.1 220.127.116.11 Medford Wendell Yates Christine Ann Yates Joseph Patrick Weber b. 6-11-1918 b. 12-16-1943 b. 10-6-1964 d. 4-4-1995 m. 4-18-1964 m. 7-4-1942 Patrick Joseph Weber 18.104.22.168 Elsie Jean Rethay b. 3-4-1938 Paul Thomas Weber b. 4-17-1918 b. 10-2-1965 22.214.171.124 Wendy Kathleen Weber b. 3-23-1971 14.4.2 126.96.36.199 Kathleen Lynn Yates Julianna Kathryn Jones b. 5-1-1947 b. 5-7-1971 m. 3-18-1967 Robert Arthur Jones 188.8.131.52 b. 10-9-1941 Tiffany Roberts Jones b. 8-31-1973 184.108.40.206 Bryn Elan Jones b. 9-19-1975 115 JAMES GARFIELD POWELL Bor n: 10 - 21- 1881 Died: 9- 29- 1958 Married: 12- 3- 1907 GEORGIANA CONAWAY Bor n: 5- 15- 1886 Died: 7-3-1969 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 15 JAMES Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 15.1 15.1.1 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Mildred Maxine Powell Maxine Eloise Bond Alvin Harold Lamb Sarah Catherine Lamb b. 8-28-1908 b. 8-29-1930 b. 11-13-1956 b. 2-24-1987 m. 9-5-1929 m. 9-30-1955 m. 2-8-1986 Alvin Joshua Bond Edmund Wilfred Lamb Antoinette Ann Mary Kane 22.214.171.124.2 b. 4-23-1905 b. 11-1-1929 b. 11-5-1963 Joshua David Lamb d. 5-14-1992 b. 7-26-1989 126.96.36.199.3 Matthew Alvin Lamb b. 4-7-1991 188.8.131.52.4 Rachael Antoinette Lamb b. 7-29-1992 184.108.40.206 Charlotte Mildred Lamb b. 9-17-1959 m. 7-22-1983 Kenneth Smith b. 9-17-1950 d. 220.127.116.11 Roger Edmund Lamb b. 3-28-1963 m. 2-28-1998 Helen Patricia Docherty b. 2-27-1960 18.104.22.168 Wilmer Hubert Lamb b. 9-25-1967 15.1.2 Hubert James Bond b. 9-21-1931 15.1.3 22.214.171.124 Harvey Alvin Bond Gregory Allen Bond b. 9-28-1939 b. 1-11-1961 m. 12-25-1959 m. 8-15-1981 Jo Evans Cynthia Jo Alexander b. 12-10-1937 b. 11-25-1958 119 15 JAMES Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 15.1 15.1.3 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Mildred Maxine Powell Harvey Alvin Bond Kyle Richard Bond Kristen Nathan Bond (Continued) (Continued) b. 5-19-1964 b. 9-18-1983 d. 11-4-1994 m. 7-7-1984 184.108.40.206.2 Karen Griego Kevin Jonathon Bond b. 6-2-1965 b. 6-5-1986 220.127.116.11.3 Katelynn Nicole Bond b. 4-12-1990 18.104.22.168.4 Kaleb Joshua Bond b. 10-28-1992 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Barry Wayne Bond Manuel Christopher Bond b. 6-26-1966 b. 10-5-1993 m. 3-17-1990 Melissa Ann Meatzie 188.8.131.52.2 b. 6-19-1968 Brianna Rebecca Bond b. 5-3-1996 184.108.40.206 Clayton Eugene Bond b. 10-15-1968 m. 7-28-1990 Emily Albritton Foster b. 8-27-1968 15.1.4 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Roger William Bond Gwendolyn “Wendi” Sydney Christine Georgie b. 10-14-1943 Christine Bond b. 7-24-1988 b. 11-22-1964 m. 7-29-1967 Carolyn Frye m. 12-31-1987 22.214.171.124.2 b. 11-5-1943 Trent Edward Georgie Evan Trent Georgie b. 5-20-1967 b. 8-26-1992 126.96.36.199.3 Trey Randall Georgie b. 5-28-1998 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Randall William Bond Lauren Elizabeth Bond b. 12-25-1968 b. 7-18-1991 m. 7-21-1989 Tammy Lynn Yost 220.127.116.11.2 b. 10-16-1969 Lindsay Bond b. 2-24-1993 18.104.22.168.3 Clair Alexandra Bond b. 5-18-1996 120 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 15 JAMES Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 15.1 15.1.4 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Mildred Maxine Powell Roger William Bond Robert Wayne Bond Caleb Joshua Bond (Continued) (Continued) b. 3-12-1970 b. 12-25-1993 m. 1-30-1993 Elizabeth Ann Kline 188.8.131.52.2 b. 9-24-1971 Abigail Elizabeth Bond b. 3-3-1995 184.108.40.206.3 Rachel Christine Bond b. 7-28-1996 220.127.116.11.4 Nathaniel David Bond b. 7-29-1998 18.104.22.168 Richard James Bond b. 6-21-1974 15.2 15.2.1 22.214.171.124 Cleone Toinette Powell Elinor Ann Herron Stephen Lindsey Entz b. 10-12-1910 b. 9-16-1939 b. 8-12-1966 m. 6-5-1938 m. 8-5-1961 Ross Davis Herron Stewart L.Entz 126.96.36.199 b. 11-2-1907 b. 6-1-1940 Michael Lynn Entz b. 10-8-1969 m. 8-10-1996 Amy Suzanne Koback b. 7-26-1971 188.8.131.52 Heather Ann Entz b. 7-19-1972 15.2.2 184.108.40.206 Shirley Jean Herron Kristin Diane Reed b. 3-14-1942 b. 7-15-1972 m. 8-20-1966 Don Edward Reed 220.127.116.11 b. 3-13-1943 Adam Herron Reed b. 7-24-1975 15.2.3 18.104.22.168 Ronald Davis Herron Jocelyn Lorange Herron b. 7-12-1944 b. 3-22-1979 m. -18-1974 Joanne Lorange b. 1-2-1946 121 15 JAMES Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 15.3 15.3.1 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199.1 Virginia Rebecca Powell Erric Virgil Ross Suzanne Marie Ross Ashley Marie Van Amburgh b. 1-19-1912 b. 3-21-1941 b. 2-2-1970 b. 3-5-1990 d. 8-13-1990 m. 1-8-1966 m. 12-3-1988 m. 6-9-1940 Joanne Ruth Johnson David Neill Van Amburgh 188.8.131.52.2 Lowell Brown Ross b. 1-14-1944 b. 9-8-1967 Taylor Michael Van Amburgh b. 3-21-1908 b. 9-19-1992 184.108.40.206 Daniel Alan Ross b. 11-27-1973 m. 6-22-1996 Michelle Ann Brownlee b. 7-14-1975 220.127.116.11 Matthew James Ross b. 7-3-1975 18.104.22.168 Debra Elizabeth Ross b. 2-2-1978 15.3.2 22.214.171.124 Gordon Lee Ross Heidi Lynette Ross b. 5-23-1942 b. 5-19-1979 m. 12-23-1964 m. 10-18-1997 Mary Evelyn Tucker Dustin Dale Askew b. 5-23-1943 b. 9-25-1978 126.96.36.199 Holly Marie Ross b. 5-26-1981 15.3.3 188.8.131.52 Janet Gwendolyn Ross Karen Elaine Mayer b. 4-12-1945 b. 4-12-1973 m. 6-28-1969 m. 7-24-1995 Loren E.Mayer David Earl Curtis b. 9-13-1944 b. 8-13-1971 184.108.40.206 Nada Michele Mayer b. 4-28-1975 220.127.116.11 Alan Douglas Mayer b. 5-12-1980 15.3.4 Marvin Dean Ross b. 6-25-1947 122 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 15 JAMES Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 15.3 15.3.5 18.104.22.168 Virginia Rebecca Powell Larry Basil Ross Jason Lowell Ross (Continued) b. 9-9-1948 b. 1-30-1977 m. 11-23-1974 Joan Theresa Kostek 22.214.171.124 b. 9-21-1952 Jonathan Edward Ross b. 11-29-1979 126.96.36.199 Patrick David Ross b. 3-13-1983 15.4 15.4.1 188.8.131.52 Loyal Ned Powell James Thomas Powell Marley Jean Tournade Powell b. 3-6-1914 b. 9-28-1946 b. 4-5-1981 d. 8-2-1962 m. 7-28-1979 m. 12-28-1945 Brenda Jean Fewell 184.108.40.206 Barbara Leona Bray b. 1-17-1958 Haley Jo Powell b. 11-27-1909 b. 6-30-1983 m. 1-9-1983 Judy Tournade b. 4-17-1958 15.5 15.5.1 220.127.116.11 Martha Juanita Powell Robert Duanne Gowens Jeffery Scott Daugherty b. 8-15-1915 b. 6-20-1936 Gowens b. 11-22-1958 m. -10-1935 m. 3-19-1965 Clarence Henry Gowens JoAnn Holeman Daugherty m. 3-12-1993 b. 5-9-1914 b. 9-17-1937 Heather Hyatt d. 6-22-1999 b. 12-9-1965 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Stephanie DeAnn Gowens Ian Robert Thomason b. 5-4-1968 b. 12-11-1991 m. 6-30-1990 Carey Lance Thomason b. 5-18-1964 15.5.2 (Twin) Marilyn Kay Gowens b. 6-22-1938 m. 1-14-1979 Melvin Leon Larson b. 10-1-1929 15.5.3 (Twin) 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.1 Joyce Fay Gowens Michelle Dee Adams Angela Nicole Adams- b. 6-22-1938 b. 11-13-1964 Melendez b. 7-27-1997 m. 1-16-1964 John J. Adams 123 15 JAMES Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 184.108.40.206 Vicki Lynn Adams b. 6-18-1967 15.5.4 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Patricia Louise Gowens Barbara Kay Westwood Matthew David Knipp b. 1-15-1941 b. 6-17-1960 b. 4-15-1986 m. 8-29-1959 Gilbert m. 7-10-1984 Harold (Dick)Westwood David Noel Knipp 22.214.171.124.2 b. 12-6-1937 b. 1-14-1962 Michael Sean Knipp b. 8-24-1987 d. 10-21-1987 126.96.36.199.3 Steven Lee Knipp b. 4-11-1989 188.8.131.52.4 Amber Kay Knipp b. 6-2-1990 184.108.40.206 Richard Duane Westwood b. 5-14-1962 220.127.116.11 Kimberly Fay Westwood b. 11-14-1964 m. 9-28-1991 Daniel Gene Dessenberger b. 3-9-1968 15.5.5 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124.1 Ronald Eugene Gowens Brent Douglas Gowens Ryan Douglas Gowens b. 12-23-1942 b. 2-3-1967 b. 5-7-1995 m. 12-28-1964 m. 7-27-1991 Jo Ann Miller Carol Ann Glasgow 126.96.36.199.2 b. 3-25-1943 Jacob Connor Gowens m. 11-11-1994 b. 4-3-1997 Jerri Sue Collins b. 4-29-1968 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206.1 Heather Ann Gowens Griffin Odell Hartshorn b. 8-24-1969 b. 1-1-2000 m. 10-8-1994 Thomas Odell Hartshorn b. 6-22-1969 124 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 15 JAMES Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 15.6 15.6.1 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Wanda Ruth Powell David James Harvey Bradley David Harvey Megan Nicole Harvey b. 2-11-1917 b. 6-18-1944 b. 2-16-1972 b. 12-28-1996 m. 12-6-1942 m. 1-27-1968 m. 12-17-1994 John C. Harvey Marsha Strong Jule Whipp b. 9-28-1918 b. 3-7-1947 b. 1-22-1970 m. 5-30-1987 Deborah (Debi)Ann Scully Furderer b. 3-14-1952 22.214.171.124 Scott Alan Harvey b. 10-17-1974 m. 6-21-1997 Greta Renee Montgomery b. 6-1-1973 126.96.36.199 Ryan Adam Harvey b. 10-10-1982 188.8.131.52 Aaron Thomas Scully b. 7-29-1981 184.108.40.206 Sarah Elyse Harvey b. 4-19-1988 15.6.2 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.1 Paul Wayne Harvey Kevin Lee Peck Harvey Trayer Lee Harvey b. 1-9-1946 b. 4-13-1963 b. 6-23-1995 m. 7-18-1970 m. 10-12-1991 Elizabeth Ann Beach Peck Leslie Ann Trayer b. -4-22 b. 8-21-1961 15.6.3 22.214.171.124 Verna Jean Harvey Brian Adair Tweddale b. 12-22-1949 b. 7-18-1974 m. 8-29-1970 Douglas Adair Tweddale 126.96.36.199 b. 11-6-1947 Susan Kathleen Tweddale b. 4-5-1977 d. 4-5-1977 188.8.131.52 Elizabeth Carrie Tweddale b. 4-5-1977 184.108.40.206 Benjamin Todd Tweddale b. 1-24-1987 125 15 JAMES Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 15.6 15.6.4 220.127.116.11 Wanda Ruth Powell Timothy Wright Harvey Timothy Wright Harvey Jr. (Continued) b. 5-5-1951 b. 3-26-1973 m. 6-26-1971 m. 8-13-1995 Rita Kay Scott Carol A. Glass b. 10-30-1950 b. 8-20-1972 18.104.22.168 Alan Scott Harvey b. 9-17-1977 15.6.5 Cynthia Ann Harvey b. 12-8-1954 m. 6-4-1977 William Wayne Misner III b. 10-28-1954 m. 4-11-1987 Stephen Geiger m. 4-18-1998 Lee Hankins b. 11-21-1943 15.7 15.7.1 22.214.171.124 Don Garfield Powell Wayne Garfield Powell Roger Martin Powell b. 11-6-1918 b. 9-29-1946 b. 2-22-1975 d. 7-4-1984 m. 6-1-1969 m. 12-23-1997 m. 11-13-1943 Donna Williamson Angie Lynette Corbet Esther Marie Spencer b. 12-25-1945 b. 1-9-1975 b. 11-12-1917 d. 7-3-1990 126.96.36.199 Tyler James Powell b. 7-25-1977 188.8.131.52 Justin William Powell b. 3-26-1983 15.7.2 184.108.40.206 Donnetta Marie Powell Michelle Renee Carpenter b. 9-23-1948 b. 8-5-1975 m. 8-15-1970 Bruce Carpenter 220.127.116.11 b. 6-24-1947 Jeffrey David Carpenter b. 1-22-1977 18.104.22.168 Bradley Daniel Carpenter b. 9-7-1981 126 Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family 15 JAMES Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 15.7 15.7.3 22.214.171.124 Don Garfield Powell Betty Jean Powell Shawn Richard Penrose (Continued) b. 7-17-1952 b. 11-18-1977 m. 12-23-1972 John Penrose 126.96.36.199 b. 8-30-1949 Bryan Allan Penrose b. 10-8-1980 188.8.131.52 Andrew Donal Penrose b. 2-5-1984 15.8 15.8.1 184.108.40.206 Audrey Rose Powell Barbara Carol Burdette Gordon Eugene Waltner b. 9-1-1920 b. 12-25-1941 b. 4-15-1969 m. 10-6-1940 m. 6-5-1965 m. 7-30-1994 Lester Otto Burdette Robert Charles Waltner Pamela Renee Miller b. 1-23-1910 b. 12-8-1942 b. 12-1-1968 d. 9-25-1982 220.127.116.11 Steven Alan Waltner b. 6-30-1972 18.104.22.168 Peter James Waltner b. 12-13-1975 15.8.2 22.214.171.124 Frances De Ann Burdette Amber Renee Siemens b. 7-25-1943 b. 7-25-1969 m. 8-8-1965 m. 1-20-1996 Robert J. Siemens John Bachelor b. 9-23-1938 b. 12-2-1970 m. 11-28-1987 Stephen Goethals 126.96.36.199 b. 1-20-1944 Austin Dale Siemens b. 10-12-1971 m. 11-7-1998 Tracey Ann Ralston b. 11-30-1972 15.8.3 188.8.131.52 Robert LeRoy Burdette Karen Camille Burdette b. 4-26-1945 b. 6-5-1973 m. 6-8-1968 m. 6-18-1994 Elaine Kathleen Ediger Jason B. Belden b. 10-17-1946 b. 6-26-1970 184.108.40.206 Robyn Michelle Burdette b. 6-15-1977 220.127.116.11 Jason Benjamin Burdette b. 1-8-1979 127 15 JAMES Genealogy of the Andrew Powell Family Children Grandchildren Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Grandchildren Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandchildren 15.9 15.9.1 18.104.22.168 Iola Mae Powell Mariann Dee Cadwallader Christine Elizabeth Harris b. 8-14-1924 b. 10-27-1950 b. 10-1-1979 m. 8-12-1948 m. 5-30-1972 Warren Eves Cadwallader Gregory Lawrence Harris 22.214.171.124 b. 7-11-1921 b. 8-31-1949 Katherine Ann Harris b. 6-16-1985 15.9.2 126.96.36.199 Warren Lee Cadwallader Benjamin Eves b. 10-20-1950 Cadwallader-Staub b. 7-11-1984 m. 10-21-1979 Julie Ann Staub b. 3-16-1957 188.8.131.52 (Twin) Mary Rachel Cadwallader-Staub b. 4-1-1988 184.108.40.206 (Twin) Nora Marie Cadwallader-Staub b. 4-1-1988 15.9.3 220.127.116.11 Jane Powell Cadwallader Ryan Lee Howe b. 12-29-1956 b. 9-23-1985 m. 6-19-1983 Geery Stewart Howe 18.104.22.168 b. 9-19-1957 Jacob Aaron Howe b. 3-15-1988 128 colophon This book was printed using Adobe Garamond Roman, Bold and Titling, and Helvetica Neue typefaces. It has been printed on 100% acid-free archival paper and is hand bound. 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