Category Archives: Dayton

George & Rachel Spracklen’s Children: Wilmot Munson Spracklen and family

Wilmot Munson Spracklen was a son of George Peter and Rachel Spracklen/lin. Wilmot migrated out of Hardin County and settled in Greene County, Ohio where several of his children remained. Greene County is about three counties south of Hardin and next … Continue reading

Posted in Black surname, Blanche Melissa Spracklin and Walter L Huffman, Carl William Spracklin and Elma M, Cloe Gladys Spracklin and Forest Kennedy, Craig surname, Dayton, Ferguson surname, Ferryman surname, Florence Ada Spracklin & Joseph C Ferryman, Floyd McKinley Spracklin and Edna T, George Peter Spracklin and Rachel Munson, Greene County, Hardin County, Huffman surname, Jones surname, Kennedy surname, Marguerite S. Spracklin and Irvin Craig, Marion County, Mary Jane Spracklin and Vernon S Moore, Montgomery Co., Moore surname, North Cemetery, Ohio, Raymond Harley Spracklin and Edith E Ferguson, Richards surname, Robert Charles Spracklin and Gretta Jones, Ropp surname, Shuttleworth surname, Sowers surname, Toledo Lucas County, Toledo Memorial Park, Westover surname, Wilmot Munson Spracklin & Nancy Ellen Sowers | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Lydia Goss,youngest daughter, given land in Knox County, Ohio!

As you will recall, I have posted about all of Solomon and Olive’s children except one.  I did  not go in chronological order of their age and birth because I wanted to talk about my link to this family in … Continue reading

Posted in Daniel Goss & Lydia Ackley, Dayton, FAMILY SURNAMES MAIN LINE GOSS Surname, FAMILY SURNAMES MAIN LINE SPRACKLIN or SPRACKLEN Surname, Fearing Township, Harrison County, Iowa, John Andrews Spracklin & Lydia Goss, Knox County, Knox County Records Center, Levi Goss and Sophia Rummerfield, Miriam's Notes, Montgomery Co., Mount Vernon, Ohio, Olive Scott Goss, The Wife, Solomon Goss (Jr.) and Polly Coburn Devol, Solomon Goss and Olive (Scott) Goss (Son of Philip & Mary (Kendall) Goss, Washington County | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment