Notes for Bridgette Doughloyle:|
The 1851 Census lists Bridgette as a widow.
|i.||John Mills, born 1834 in Canada; married Polly.|
|ii.||Jacob Mills, born 1836 in Canada; married Rachel.|
|iii.||Eliza Mills, born 1838 in Canada; married ? Scott.|
|16||iv.||Samuel Mills, born May 04, 1839 in Edwardsburg Township, Ontario; died May 29, 1929 in East of Avonmore; married Barbara Ann Stephenson November 18, 1875 in Moulinette, Ontario.|
|v.||Mary Jane Mills, born 1841 in Canada; married Colin Campbell.|
More About Colin Campbell:|
Occupation: Harness maker
|vi.||Daniel Mills, born 1843 in Canada.|
Notes for Daniel Mills:|
Thomas and Daniel were twins
More About Daniel Mills:|
Occupation: Captain of a Great Lakes Ship
|vii.||Thomas Mills, born 1843 in Canada.|
Notes for Thomas Mills:|
Thomas and Daniel were twins
|i.||William Stephenson, born October 12, 1845; died June 09, 1924; married Elizabeth Hough.|
More About William Stephenson:|
Burial: June 1924, All Saints Cemetery
More About Elizabeth Hough:|
Burial: October 1932, All Saints Cemetery
|17||ii.||Barbara Ann Stephenson, born January 24, 1852 in Roxborough Township, Ontario; died October 30, 1937 in Roxborough Township, Ontario; married Samuel Mills November 18, 1875 in Moulinette, Ontario.|
|18||i.||Edgar Waldorf, born Abt. 1865; died Abt. 1953 in Dickerson Landing, Ontario; married Margaret Winters.|
|ii.||Menta Waldorf, married ? Smith.|
More About Alan Waldorf:|
Cause of Death (Facts Pag: Rupture of appendix
|iv.||Russell Waldorf, died in Duluth MN.|
|19||i.||Margaret Winters, born Abt. 1857; died Abt. January 01, 1913; married Edgar Waldorf.|
Notes for Magdalene Guttery:|
Jacob and Magdalene's marriage record is found in Holmes County. Magdalene is identified as Martha Guthrey, December 26, 1830. In the 1880 census of Fairfield Township, DeKalb County, she is a widow living with her daughter (Sarah) and husband (Charles Hoffmyer). Magdalene is listed as a boarder in the home, age 68, born in Ohio, her father born in Scotland and her mother in Switzerland. The History of DeKalb County states that her father was from Londonderry, Ireland.
This was copied from "THE RAU-ROW-ROWE FAMILY" book compiled by Wava Rowe White in 1977.
|i.||George W Rowe, born November 14, 1831 in Holmes County OH; married Harriet F Shook January 01, 1860.|
Notes for George W Rowe:|
George W. Row is a native of Holmes County, Ohio, born Nov. 14, 1831, a son of Jacob Row, grandson of George Row and great-grandson of Fredrick Row, who was a soldier in the war of the Revolution. Jacob Row was born in Union County, Pa., Jan. 1, 1802, and when fifteen years of age went with his parents to Holmes County, Ohio, where he grew to manhood and married Magdalene Guttery, a native of Harrison County, Ohio, daughter of Samuel Guttery, who came from Londonderry, Ireland in an early day. In 1847 they moved to DeKalb County IN, and entered forty acres of Government land and bought forty acres, which he cleared and improved. He died Aug. 17, 1873, and the mother is now living in Michigan in the seventy-third year of her age. They had a family of eleven children, but five of whom are now living. George W. Row was fifteen years of age when his parents moved to DeKalb County, and his youth was spent in assisting his father to clear and improve his farm. When twenty years of age he learned the shoemaker's trade, at which he has worked at intervals since, in connection with farming and working at the carpenter's trade. He saved his earning and bought forty acres of wild land which he improved, and in 1866 sold it and bought the farm where he now lives, which contains nearly forty-seven acres of valuable land. When he settled on his farm it was heavily timbered with the exception of eighteen acres, and that was only partially improved. He has been an energetic, economical man and now has a pleasant home. He has taken an interest in all the public affairs of the township, and has held the office of Constable four years, and Magistrate twelve years. In politics he is a member of the Greenback party. He was married Jan. 1, 1860 to Harriet F. Shook, a native of Crawford County, Ohio, daughter of Samuel and Ann (Shong) Shook. To them have been born four children; Albert E., Charles A., Emma Ann, and Bertha May. Mrs Row is a member of the German Reform Church.
The above was copied from the "HISTORY OF DEKALB COUNTY" published in 1885.
More About Harriet F Shook:|
Religion: German Reform Church
|ii.||Samuel Rowe, born Abt. 1834 in OH.|
|iii.||Caroline Rowe, born Abt. 1836 in OH.|
|iv.||Hannah Rowe, born Abt. 1837 in OH; married Peter Ling.|
Notes for Hannah Rowe:|
Hannah & Peter moved to Fairfield Township, DeKalb County IN before 1880.
|v.||Absolem Rowe, born Abt. 1840 in OH.|
|vi.||Elizabeth Rowe, born Abt. 1842 in OH.|
|20||vii.||Zacheriah Rowe, born March 11, 1845 in Holmes County OH; died November 23, 1897 in DeKalb County IN; married Sarah Eunice Allen October 24, 1869 in DeKalb County IN.|
|viii.||Mary Rowe, born 1848; died 1848.|
|ix.||Isaiah Rowe, born Abt. 1849 in IN.|
More About Isaiah Rowe:|
Individual Note: Isaiah is a twin.
|x.||Sarah Rowe, born Abt. 1849 in IN; married Charles Hoffmyer.|
Notes for Sarah Rowe:|
Sarah and Charles Hoffmyer moved from Fairfield Township, Dekalb County IN to Hart MI after 1880.
More About Sarah Rowe:|
Individual Note: Sarah is a twin
|xi.||Lucy A Rowe, born Abt. 1850 in IN; died Abt. 1851 in IN.|
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