==================== YOST LINARD (b. June 11, 1763, d. November 30, 1856) YOST LINARD (son of JOHANN HENRICH LEINERT Jr. and ANNA MARIE) was born June 11, 1763 in York County, Pennsylania, and died November 30, 1856 in Harrison County, Ohio. He married ANNA CHRISTENY ERNST on 1789 in York County, Pennsylvania, daughter of JOHN ERNST and CATHORINA.
More About YOST LINARD and ANNA CHRISTENY ERNST: Marriage: 1789, York County, Pennsylvania.
Children of YOST LINARD and ANNA CHRISTENY ERNST are: +John Yost Linard, b. October 27, 1793, York County, Pennsylania, d. August 31, 1844, Moorefield Township, Harrison County, Ohio. +Sarah Alexandra Linard, b. May 23, 1795, York County Pennsylania, d. August 10, 1850, McConnellsville, Morgan County, Ohio. Catherine Linard, b. January 09, 1797, York County Pennsylania. +Henry Linard, b. September 17, 1798, York County, Pennsylvania, d. December 24, 1870, Perry Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio. +Susanna Linard, b. September 09, 1800, York County, Pennsylvania, d. February 27, 1882, Near Kirk's School House,Goshen Township, Belmont Co., Ohio. +Anna Christine Linard, b. January 31, 1802, York County, Pennsylania, d. June 24, 1886, Moorefield Township, Harrison County, Ohio. Madelena Linard, b. November 15, 1803, d. September 09, 1804. +Elizabeth Linard, b. April 15, 1807, Harrison Co., OH, d. March 04, 1884, Moorefield Twp., Harrison Co., OH. +Jacob Linard, b. January 15, 1810, Harrison County, Ohio, d. May 12, 1882, Madison County, Iowa. +SAMUEL JAMES LINARD, b. March 22, 1813, Harrison County, Ohio, d. February 24, 1882, Harrison Co, Ohio - 69 years 11mos 2 days.
Notes for YOST LINARD: ****************** THE CADIZ SENTINEL
MR. JOHN YOST LEINARD, aged 93 years, departed this life at his residence in Moorefield Township, on the 30th of November last.
Mr. Leinard was one of the oldest citizens of the county, and was always highly esteemed. At one time in his life he was in good circumstances, but through the kindness of his heart he was unfortunate in placing his name to too much paper, and was reduced to pretty low circumstances. But still struggling like an honest man he was enabled once more to obtain enough to keep him comfortable in his old age.
***************** Family Stories : Yost ran a grist mill on a wheel turned by oxen, had a small bolt for flour, but did not bolt the meal. One summer day he gave Pa (John Drummond - his son-in-law) a " flip and a bit ". I (William - Yost's grandson) got a ginger cake. They were sold by a old man on Muster Days. Story found in the Lucy Drummond Papers, William was her father.
****************** History Of York and Lancaster Counties, Pa. by W. Carter & A. J. Glossbrenner - printed & published by A. J. Glossbrenner in 1834 ==== Dr. Daley, who was a German by birth, came to this county with the Hessians during the American Revolution. Possessing a fascinating eloquence in the German language, and being very fluent in the English, he was afterwards employed as a minister of the Gospel by uninformed, but honest Germans. When the sacerdotal robe could no longer be subservient to his avaricious views, he laid it aside and assumed the character of a physician. As such he went to York county, and dwelt among the poor inhabitants of a mountainous part thereof, (now within the limits of Adams county,) where in artful ways, he preyed on the purse of the unwary. Of all the numerous impositions with which his name is connected, and to which he lent his aid, we will mention but two. The scene of one of them is in what is now Adams county, where he dwelt ; and of the other in the " barrens " of York county. The following is an account of the Adams county imposition : Rice Williams and Rainsford Rogers, a New Englander, and John Hall, a New Yorker, ( both of whom had been plundering the inhabitants of the southern states by their wiles,) came to the house of Clayton Chamberlain, a neighbor of Dr. Dady, in July 1797. On the following morning, Dady went to Chamberlain's and had a private conversation between Williams and Hall, before breakfast. After Dady had left them, Williams asked Chamberlain whether the place was not haunted. Being answered in the negative, he said that it was haunted, that he had been born with a veil over his face, could see spirits, and had been conducted thither, sixty miles, by a spirit. Hall assented to the truth of this. In the evening of the same day, they had another interview with Dady - Williams then told Chamberlain, that if he would permit him to tarry overnight, he would show him a spirit. This being agreed to, they went into a field in the evening, and Williams drew a circle on the ground, around which he directed Hall and Chamberlain to walk in silence. A terrible screech was soon heard proceeding from a " black ghost " in the woods, at a little distance from the parties, in a direction opposite to the place where Williams stood. In a few minutes a " white ghost " appeared, which Williams addressed in a language which those who heard him could not understand - the ghost replied in the same language ! After his ghost ship had gone away, Williams said that the spirit knew of a treasure which it was permitted to discover to 11 men - they must be honest, religious and sensible, and neither horse jockeys nor Irishmen.
The intercourse between Williams and Dady now ceased to be apparent ; but it was continued in private. Chamberland, convinced of the existence of a ghost and a treasure was easily induced to form a company, which was soon effected. Each candidate was initiated by the receipt of a small sealed paper, containing a little yellow sand, which was called " the powder." This powder the candidate was to bury under the earth to the depth of one inch, for three days and three nights -- performing several absurd ceremonies too obscene to be described here.
A circle, two inches in diameter, was formed in the field, in the center of which there was a hole six inches wide and as many deep. A captain, a lieutenant and three committeemen were elected. Hall had the honor of the captaincy. The exercise was to pace around the circle in company. This, it was said, propitiated and strengthened the white ghost, who was opposed by an unfriendly black ghost who rejoiced in the appellation of Pompey. In the course of their nocturnal exercises they often saw the white ghost - they saw Mr. Pompey too, but he appeared to have " his back up," bellowed loudly, and threw stones at them.
On the night of the 18th of August, 1797, Williams undertook to get instruction from the white ghost. It was done in the following manner : He took a sheet of clean white paper, and then folded it in the form of a letter, when each member breathed into it three times, and the paper laid over the hole in the center of the circle, the instructions of the ghost were obtained. The following is a short extract from the epistle, written by the ghost : "Go on, and do right, and prosper, and the treasurer shall be yours. I am permitted to write this in the same hand I wrote in the flesh for your direction. Take care of your powers in the name and fear of God our protector - if not leave the work. There is a great treasurer, 4,000 pounds apiece for you. Don't trust the black one. Obey orders. Break the enchantment, which you will not do until you get an ounce of mineral dulcimer elixir ; some German doctor has it. It is near and dear and scarce. Let the committee get it - but don't let the doctor know what you are about - he is wicked.
The above is but a small part of the precious communication. In consequence of these ghostly directions, a young man named Abraham Kephart waited, by order of the committee, on Doctor Dady. the Dr. preserved his elixir in a bottle sealed with a large red seal, and buried in a heap of oats, and demanded fifteen dollars of an ounce of it. Young Kephart could not afford to give so much, but gave him thirty-six dollars and three bushels of oats for three ounces of it. YOST LINER, ANOTHER OF THESE WISE COMMITTEE MEN, GAVE THE DOCTOR 121 DOLLARS FOR ELEVEN OUNCES OF THE STUFF.
The company was soon increased to 30 persons, many of whom were wealthy. among those who were most miserably duped, may be mentioned: Clayton Chamberlain, YOST LINER, Thomas Bigham, William Bigham, Samuel Tagert, John McKinney, James Agnew the elder, James McCleary, Robert Thompson, David Kissinger, George Sheckley, Peter Wikeart and John Phillips. all of these and many other men were in the words of the indictment, " cheated and defrauded by means of certain false tokens and pretences, to wit : by means of pretended spirits, certain circles, certain brown powder and certain compositions called mineral dulcimer elixir and Deterick's mineral elixir."
***************** Washington County, Pennsylvania - Will Book Vol. 2 - 1803 to 1805 Will of Samuel Culbutson : Item 1, I give and bequeath unto my daughter Anne Johnson wife of Matthew Johnson one of my bonds upon YOST LINARD and Jacob Middlecalf of Adams County for the sum of forty pounds due the first day of April 1807.
****************** Adams County Pennsylvania - Deed Book A - Page 52 -- ( the index lists YOST LEINNERD ) On May 6, 1800,YOST LEINER bought from Samuel Cutbertson two tracts of land for 574. pounds, totaling 95 acres. The plantation was located in Franklin Township, Adams County, PA. Adjoining the lands of John Hart and John Hooksleger. Twenty eight acres had been a part of the "Manor of Maske" land Samuel Cutbertson previously bought from the Hon. John and Richard Penn through their Attorney Edmund Physick on March 31, 1798.
****************** July 9, 1806 The first deed I have for Yost in Harrison County, OH, is in Deed Book Vol. A - page 393. It is in the same section as Cadiz. Yost later sells town lots at "Mechanicsville." This must be where the phantom town was located, now swallowed up by Cadiz?
Deed Book Vol. A - Page 393
This Indenture made the twenty ninth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six between Zaccheus Biggs of the town of Steubenville, Jefferson County and the State of Ohio, of the one part, and YOST LINARD of the County and State aforesaid of the other part, Whereas Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States on the 20th day of May last did grant a patient to the said Zaccheus Biggs for Section number ten of Township number ten in Range number five of the lands directed to be sold at Steubenville. Now this Indenture Witnessed that the said Zaccheus Biggs for and in consideration of the sum of six hundred and forty dollars lawful money of the United States of America to him in hand paid by the said YOST LINARD the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged and the said Zaccheus Biggs therewith fully satisfied and paid, hath granted, bargained, and sold, and by these presents doth grant, bargain and sell unto the said YOST LINARD and to his Heirs and Assigns forever all the North East quarter of said Section No. ten, of Township No. ten, in Range No. five aforesaid. Together with all and Singular the apprentices unto the same belonging in any wise appertaining and the reversions, and remainders, rents, issues and profits thereof, to have and to hold the said North East quarter of the section aforesaid with the appurtenances and every part and parcel thereof unto the said YOST LINARD, his Heirs and Assigns forever : In testimony whereof the said Zaccheus Biggs hath to these presents set his hand and seal the day and year first above written.
Sealed and delivered in presence of - Stephen Richards - Allen Snodgrass
Zaccheus Biggs (seal)
Received the day and year above first above written of the above named Yost Linard the full sum of six hundred and forty dollars, lawful money of the United States, being the consideration money above mentioned in full.
$640. Witnesses - Stephen Richards - Allen Snodgrass Zaccheus Biggs (seal)
Harrison County, Ohio continued : DEED - January 6, 1812 - Book A - page 652 - John & Nancy McGarhey to Yost Linard Cadiz Lot #77 - $175.
DEED - May 28, 1814 - Book A - page100 - Yost & Christeney Linard to Joseph Burwell Cadiz Lot # 77 - $450.
DEED - May 29, 1817 - Book A - page 510 - Yost & Christeney Linard to Jane Milliken Mechanicsville Lots 18, 19, 20 - $143.
DEED - Sept. 18, 1817 - Book C - page 130 - Yost Linard to Samuel Drummond (father of son-in-law John) Mechanicsville Lot #17 on Union Street - $45.
DEED - Sept. 18, 1817 - Book E - page 334 - Yost & Christeney Linard to Valentine Barger Mechanicsville Lots # 10 - 20 - $31.
DEED - June 20, 1819 - Book B - page 359 - Yost & Christeney Linard to Samuel McFadden SE qrt. of NE qrt. of Section 10, Twp 10 - Range 5 - $200.
DEED - August 2, 1819 - Book O - page 46 - Yost & Christeney Linard to John Jamison NE qrt. of section 10 Twp 10 Range 5 - $730.
DEED - January 7, 1820 - Book B - page 394 - Yost & Christeney Linard to John Richards, Janes Colbean, Robt Cochran ( Exec. of Wm. Philips, Dec. ) Mechanicsville Lots 1,2, 7, 12 - $50.
DEED - Sept. 16, 1822 - Book C - page 154 - Yost & Christeney Linard to William Grimes NE quarter of section 10 Twp 10 range 5 - $2,132.50
DEED - March 11, 1823 - Book C - page 205 - Yost & Christeney Linard to Guy Young Mechanicsville Lot 11 + 1 & 1/3 acre adjoining - &70.
DEED - Dec. 11, 1823 - Book C - page367 - (Sheriff's Deed) Rezin Arnold to Yost Linard farm of Andrew Thompson - high bid $532.00 NE qrt of Sec 12 - Twp 10 - Range 6
DEED - Dec. 11, 1823 - Book C - page 366 - Andrew & Sarah Thompson to Yost Linard NE qrt .of Sec 12 Twp 10 Range 6 - $69.
DEED - Aug. 18, 1838 - Book I - page 218 - George McAdam to Yost, Jacob, Samuel Linard NW qrt of Sec 6 Twp 10 Range 4 - 76 acres - $ 1,500.
DEED - Mar. 25, 1847 - Book M - page 261 - Yost & Christeney, Jacob & Esther, Samuel & Rebecca Linard to Samuel Moore (son-in-law, married to Anna Christine) NE qrt of Sec 6 Twp 10 Range 4 - 76 acres - $1,500.
DEED - Dec. 20, 1823 - Book C - page 367 - (Sheriff's Deed) Rezin Arnold to Yost Linard
DEED - March 20,1858 - Book Q - page332 - ( Release Deed ) Christeney Linard to John Kirkpatrick NE qrt of Sec 12 Twp 10 Range 6 - $1,333.33 *************
CENSUS 1800 Pennsylvania - Adams Co. Pa - Franklin Twp, Pg 479 - Yost Linard - Family # 479 Males 2 (under 5) - 1 (20 to 30) Females 3 (under 5) - 1 (20 to 30)
1820 Harrison County, Ohio - Cadiz Twp - Yost Leinard
1830 Harrison County, Ohio - Moorefield Twp - Yost, John, Henry Linard
1840 Harrison County, Ohio - Moorefield Twp. - Yost Linard - Male1 (70-80) - Female 1 (15-20) -- 1(60-70) Yost's sons, John, Jacob & Samuel also live in Moorefield Twp. Yost's Grandson David Linard also lives in Moorefield Twp.
1850 Harrison County, Ohio - Moorefield Twp. - Family # 107-100 - Real Estate value $2, 600. Yost Leinard, 86, Male, Farmer, born Pa. ; parents born Pa. Christena Leinard, 76, Female, born Pa. ; parents born Pa. Mary Ann Leinard, 9, Female, born, Oh. ; parents born Oh. Mary Ann is the daughter of Henry & Margaret Linard
************** Received of Yost Leinnerd Six Dollars for the purpose of obtaining Tavern Licence in the County of Harrison, State of Ohio - May the 15th 1813. Samuel Osburn, Treasurer
Received at the Treasury of Harrison County, Ohio of Yost Linard Six Dollars for the purpose of obtaining a Tavern Licence. 2nd of December 1814. Samuel Osburn, Treasurer
(These two hand written notes place Yost in Harrison County before 1830, making the Linard family eligible for the "First Families" of Harrison County. I found them at the Historical Society in 2002.)
COMMON PLEAS JOURNAL -- A -- August Term - 1813 -- Page 7
In Application of Yost Leinard for licence to keep a tavern and retail spirituous liquors at his place of residence in the Township of Cadiz. Whereupon the Court granted licenses.
( The only earlier tavern licence I have found is John Adams, 1812, in Nottingham Township. I think Yost operated the second legal tavern in Harrison County. By August of 1813, Mother Christeney Linard was 41, had 10 children, ranging in age from John age 20, to Samuel just 3 months old. Then she has to cook & keep a tavern too.
COMMON PLEAS JOURNAL -- A -- June Term -- Page 23
On motion of Walter B. Beebe Esq., Administration was granted to Charles Chapman of the goods and chattels of Adam McElroy, late of our said County, deceased. Joseph Burwell and Walter Beebe was accepted as securities in bond to be given in the sum of $300. YOST LINARD, John Maffett and Henry Maffett were accepted as appraisers of said estate. YOST LINARD accepted as security Bond to get given in the sum of $200.00
Harrison County 1816 Tax List -- Yost Linard
Cadiz Democrat Newspaper - Friday, 16 August 1816 - Yost Linard has lots for sale in the town of Mechanicsville
Cadiz Post Office - March 31, 1821, Unclaimed letters - Yost Linard listed
For value received I assign and all my rights, title and claims of the within note to James McGrew as Witness my hand and seal this 13th day of February A.D. 1815 YOST LEINERD McGrew vs Cadwalder - Judgement to be rendered for $103.91 damages
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - VS - YOST LEINARD, REZIN ARNOLD, JAMES COLBEAN
State of Ohio, Harrison County SS} The State of Ohio to the sheriff of our said county of Harrison, Greeting : We command that you take into your custody the bodies of YOST LEINARD, Rezin Arnold & James Colbean if they be found in your county and them safely keep so that you have them before our Judges of the Court Of Common Pleas at the next term to be holden at Cadiz on the 18th day of August next, then and there our said court to answer unto The United States in a Plea of Debt of $1,000.00 which to the United States they owe and unjustly detain, to the damage of the said United States the sum of $10.00 which shall then and there be made to appear with other damages hereof paid not, but of this writ and your service make due return : Witness the Honorable Benjamin Tappan, Esquire, President of our said court at Cadiz, the 20th day of June A.D. 1817. William Tingley, Clerk
No. 15 in the Cases served 26th of June 1817. I have taken the bodies of YOST LEINARD, Rezin Arnold and James Colbean and got bail bond. William Baxter Bail Sheriff fees $1.00. Joseph Burwell, Sheriff ---- J. C. Wright, Atty for Plaintiff. ( June 1817) ***************
Bail Bond for August Term 1817 - June 26, 1817
Know all men by these presents that we YOST LINARD, Rezin Arnold, James Colbean and William Baxter all of Harrison County, and state of Ohio, are jointly and severally held and bound unto Joseph Burwell, sheriff of said county, and his successors in office, in the penal sum of two thousand and twenty dollars, and ___cents ; to which payment, well and truly made, we bind ourselves, our joint and several heirs, executors and administrators, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, and dated this 26th day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventeen. The condition of the obligation is such, that if the above bounden YOST LEINARD, Rezin Arnold and James Colbean do appear before the judges of the court of common pleas, for the said county of Harrison, at the next term of said court, to be held at Cadiz, on the 18th day of August next in the year or our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventeen, then and there to answer unto the United States in a Ples of debit of one thousand dollars which to the United States aforesaid they owe and unjustly detain to the damage of the said United States the sum of ten dollars which shall then and there be made to appear with other damages and do cause special bail to be entered in said action, and shall abide the order and judgement of said court thereon, then this obligation to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue. Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of James Drummond, Robert Cochrin I do hereby certify this to be a true copy of the original bond Joseph Burwell, Sheriff YOST LEINARD (SEAL) James Colbean (SEAL) Resin Arnold (SEAL) William Baxter (SEAL) (June 1817) ***************
Summons to August Term 1817 - YOST LEINARD for the ure of James McGrew - VS - David Caldwallder
The State of Ohio, Harrison County SS} The State of Ohio to the Sheriff of our said county of Harrison. We command you that you summon David Cadwallader if he be found in your county so that he be made to appear before our Judges of the Court of Common Pleas at the next term to be holden at Cadiz on the 18th day of August next, then and there in our said court to answer unto YOST LEINARD for the ure of James McGrew of a Plea of Trespass on the care to the damage of the said YOST LEINARD for the ure of James McGrew aforesaid, the sum of $115.00 which shall then and there be made to appear with other damages, hereof fail not, but of this writ and your services make due return, Witness the Honorable Benjamin Tappan, Esquire, Present of our said court at Cadiz ; the 13th day of July A.D. 1817. William Tingley, Clerk
No. 32 - Summons served by copy 15 August, 1817. Sheriff fees $1.00. Joseph Bradden, deputy Sheriff for Joseph Burwell, Sheriff. Walter B. Beeler, Esq. Atty for Plaintiff. (July 1817) ****************
Harrison County Court of Common Pleas Journal - A -- December Term 1817 - page 298
YOST LINARD for the ure of James McGrew VS David Caldwaller
This day came the Plaintiff by his counsel and on motion to the Court the office judgement signed in this case in Default for a plea was affirmed. Wherefrom it is considered by the Court that the said YOST LINARD for the ure recover of the said David Caldwaller the sum of $133.91. Damages together with his costs about his suit in this behalf expended and that the Defendant be in mercy. Trespass on the case.
Common Pleas Book C - Page 211 - December Term, 1817
Thomas Scott VS YOST LINARD - Trespass of Case - Scott awarded $626.82 plus 10% interest, Sheriff Joseph Burwell ordered to collect.
Common Pleas Book C - August Term 1818
State of Ohio, Harrison County SS} YOST LEINARD, Thomas Daughtery and Abraham Stokes to answer to the United States of America, of a plea that they render unto them the sum of $80.00 which they owe to, and unjustly detain from them. Whereupon, the said United States, by Wright, their attorney complain for that whereas the said YOST, Thomas and Abraham wheretofore, to wit, on the 2nd day of May 1817, at Harrison County aforesaid, and within the jurisdiction of this Court, by their certain writing obligatory, sealed with their seals and now here show to the Court, the date whereof is the same day and year aforesaid, acknowledged themselves held firmly bound unto the said United States in the sum of $80.00 above demanded, to be paid to the said United States, when they the said YOST, Thomas and Abraham should be thereunto afterwards requested. Yet the said YOST, Thomas and Abraham although often requested have not paid the said U. States the said sum of money above demanded, or any part thereof ; but to pay the same, or any part, thereof the said YOST, Thomas and Abraham have hitherto wholly neglected and refused, and still do altogether so neglect and refuse. To the damage of the U. States of $10.00 and therefore they bring suit. Wright & Baliee , Attorney for the U. States John Doe & Richard Roe } Pledges to prosecute (August 1818) ****************
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - VS - YOST LINARD & ABRAHAM STOKES
State of Ohio, Harrison County, SS} The State of Ohio to the Sheriff of our said county of Harrison _ Greeting: We command you, that the goods and chattels of YOST LINARD & Abraham Stokes that may be found within your county, you cause to be levied the sum of $33.50 together with interest thereon and accruing costs which the United States of America at our court of common pleas for said county, at their November term in 1818 recovered against them in a certain action of Debt and for want of such goods and chattels whereof to levy, that you cause the same to be made of the lands, tenements, and heredities of the said YOST LINARD and Abraham Stokes whereof the said Yost and Abraham are convict, as appears of record in our said court.
And have you that money before said court to be holden at Cadiz in said county, on the 17th day of March next, to render unto the said U.S. of America for their debt aforesaid. Hereof fail not : but of this writ, and your proceedings thereon, make due return. Witness the honorable Benjamine Tappan president of our said court at Cadiz, this 2nd day of December A.D. 1818. William Tingley, Clerk (Dec. 1818) (at this time Rezin Arnold was Deputy Sheriff ) ) *****************
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - VS - YOST LEINARD
State of Ohio, Harrison County } The State of Ohio to the Sheriff of our County of Harrison, Greeting : We command you, that the goods and chattels of YOST LEINARD that may be found within your county, you cause to be levied the sum of $5.00, being costs of liens together with interest thereon and auxiliary costs which The United States of America at our court of Common Pleas for said county, at their December term in 1817 recovered against the said YOST in a certain action of Debt and for want of such goods and chattels whereon to levy, that you cause the same to be made of the lands, tenements and heredities of the said YOST LEINARD whereof the said YOST LEINARD is convict, as appears of record in our said court. And have you that said money before said court next to be holden at Cadiz ; in said county, on the 5th day of July next, to render unto the said United States of America for their costs aforesaid. Hereof fail not : but of this writ, and your proceedings, make due return. Witness the Honorable Benjamin Tappan, President of our said court at Cadiz, this 19th day of May A.D. 1819. William Tingley, Clerk . No. 77 - Received the above William Tingley - Money Paid in full John Stokes, Sheriff (May, 1819)
COMMON PLEAS BOOK B - 1819 - 1826
Page 80 - Nov. 1820 George Warfield & YOST LINARD VS Charles Chapman - Lease - Continued
COMMON PLEAS BOOK C -- 1828 - 1836
John Doe on Demise of Andrew Thompson VS YOST LINARD
page - 292 - April 1833 Andrew Thompson sued YOST for Ejectment. YOST appeals to Supreme Court.
page - 332 - Oct, 1833 Supreme Court finds YOST not guilty, Makes Thompson pay Court costs of $21.18.
HARRISON COUNTY CIVIL DOCKET - BOOK A - Page 90
YOST LEINARD, Deceased, administration granted } Probate Court August 1st, 1857. Christena Leinard and Samuel Leinard appointed Administrators. Required to give separate bonds in the sum of $750.00 each. James Rowland and John Fulton approved sureties of Christena Leinard. John Blair and Nathan Haversfield approved as the sureties of Samuel Leinard.
Journal A - Page 240 - November 6th 1857. received Christena Leinard $500.00. December 16, 1857 Received of Christena Leinard $125.00, her part in fees in full. December 28th 1858 Notice of appointment returned and filed.
More About YOST LINARD: Age: 93 years 5 months 19 days. Burial: Nottingham Cemetary, Harrison County, Ohio. Deeds: Listed in notes. Description: Mechanicsville lots - now part of Cadiz. Emigration: 1802, To Ohio with 4 small children. Meaning of name: A just, upright, honest man - Germanic. Nationality: Rhineland, Germany. Obituary: December 06, 1856, Cadiz Centinel. Organizations: October 27, 2003, First Famlies of Harrison County (bef.1830). Tavern Licence: Bet. May 1813 - December 1814, Cadiz, OH. Tax List: October 11, 1814, !st Precint Cadiz - Yost Leinard # 80 on list.
More About Yost Leinard: Date born 2: Jun 1763, Germany. Date born 3: 11 Jun 1763, York, PA, USA.229 Burial: 1856, Nottingham Cemetery, Harrison Co., OH. Died 2: 93 years old. Died 3: 30 Nov 1856, Harrison, OH, USA.229 Emigration: 1794, from Germany to PA. Occupation: farmer. Residence 1: 1794, Mannheim Twp., County of York, PA. Residence 2: Jefferson County, OH.230 Residence 3: 1800, Franklin Twp., Adams Co., PA. Residence 4: 1820, Cadiz, Harrison, Ohio.231 Residence 5: 01 Jun 1840, Harrison, Ohio.232 Residence 6: 1850, Moorefield, Harrison, Ohio.233
More About Yost Leinard and Anna Christeny Ernst: Marriage 1: 1789, York County, Pennsylvania. Marriage 2: 1789, York, PA, USA.234
Children of Yost Leinard and Anna Christeny Ernst are:
+Henry H. Leinard, b. 17 Sep 1798, Harrison Co., OH, d. 24 Dec 1870, Gilmore, OH.