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Family of Samuel M. Black (52073) & Rosanna Cashdollar

55716. Catharine Black. Born ca 19 Dec 1824 in Pennsylvania. Catharine died on 28 Nov 1860 in Adair County, Missouri. Buried in Paulville Cemetery.

Ohio County Marriages
8 Oct 1843, Richland County
    Samuel Konkle & Catharine Black

On 8 Oct 1843 Catharine married Samuel Conkle, son of George Conkle (1784-3 Oct 1857) & Catherine [Conkle] (ca 1791-aft 1850), in Richland Co., OH. Born on 8 Jan 1822 in Mohican Twp., Wayne Co., OH. Samuel died in Adair County, Missouri, on 22 Aug 1889; he was 67. Buried in Paulville Cemetery.

Samuel first married Catharine Black, second Mary Ann Gillham.

1850 Federal Census. Mohican, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 658, page 69B
    Samuel Concel, 27, farmer, b. OH
    Catherin Conkel, 25, b. PA
    Daniel Conkel, 5, b. OH
    John W. Conkel, 5, b. OH
    Mary C. Conkel, 1, b. OH
Samuel’s parents live next door.

1860 Federal Census. Salt River, Adair County, Missouri
Roll 605, page 192
Post Office Paulville
    Samuel Conkle, 35, farm laborer, $1500 real estate, $580 personal estate, b. OH
    Catherine Conkle, 33, b. PA
    Daniel Conkle, 15, b. OH
    John Conkle, 14, b. OH
    Mary Conkle, 11, b. OH
    Corda Concke, 1, b. MO
The family of Jacob Conkle is next door.

Missouri Marriage Records
10 Oct 1861, Adair County. James A. Smith, Justice of the Peace
    Samuel Conkel & Mary Ann Gillham

1870 Federal Census. Township 62 Range 13, Adair County, Missouri
Roll 755, page 62B
Post Office Paulville
    Samuel Conkle, 48, farmer, $2000 real estate, $2000 personal estate, b. OH
    Mary A. Konkle, 28, keeping house, b. IN
    Daniel N. Conkle, 25, farmer, b. OH
    John W. Conkle, 23, farmer, b. OH
    Corda R. Conkle, 11, at school, b. MO
    William I. Conkle, 7, at school, b. MO
The families of William and George Conkle are next door.

1880 Federal Census. Salt River, Adair County, Missouri
Roll 671, page 30D
    Samuel Conkle, 56, farming, b. OH, parents b. PA
    Mary A. Conkle, 37, wife, keeping house, b. IN, vather b. VA, mother b. IN
    William J. Conkle, 16, son, at home, b. MO, father bo OH, mother b. IN

Paulville Cemetery
http://www.adairchs.org/cemeteries/Paulville.pdf
    Samuel Conkle, b. 8 Jan 1822, d. 22 Aug 188[0?]
    Catharine Conkle, wife of Saml. Conkle, d. 28 Nov 1860, age 35 y 11m 9d
    Mary A. Conkle, b. 10 May 1843, d. [Jan] 31, 1878

Their children include:
57360 i. Daniel Y. Conkle (7 Aug 1846-3 Nov 1922)
57361 ii. John W. Conkle (7 Apr 1846-14 Nov 1897)
57362 iii. Mary Salista Conkle (ca 1849-)
57363 iv. Corda Orilla Conkle (6 Feb 1859-9 Sep 1871)

55717. Elizabeth Black. Born on 27 Jul 1826 in Pennsylvania. Elizabeth died on 22 Oct 1890; she was 64. Buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Claypool.

Ohio County Marriages
18 Nov 1846, Ashland County
    Sylvester Huff (son of James Huff) & Elizabeth Black

On 18 Nov 1846 when Elizabeth was 20, she married Sylvester M. Huff, son of James Huff (ca 1804-) & Sybel Murdock (ca 1810-26 Sep 1854), in Ashland County, Ohio. Born on 17 Jun 1826 in Ohio. Sylvester M. died in Wayne, Kosciusko Co., IN, on 21 Oct 1910; he was 84. Buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Claypool.

1870 Federal Census. Clay, Kosciusko County, Indiana
Roll 332, page 293B
Post Office Oneida
    Sylvester M. Huff, 44, farmer, $300 personal estate, b. OH
    Elizabeth Huff, 43, keeping house, b. PA
    Orlando M. Huff, 22, working in saw mill, b. OH
    Isabel Huff, 13, b. IN
    Samuel B. Huff, 11, at home, b. IN
    Charles S. Huff, 4, b. IN

1880 Federal Census. Wayne Twp., Kosciusko County, Indiana
Roll 290, page 254D
    Sylvester Huff, 53, farmer, b. OH, father b. VA, mother b. OH
    Elizabeth Huff, 53, wife, keeping house, b. PA, parents b. PA
    Isabell Huff, 23, daughter, house keeping, b. IN, father b. OH, mother b PA
    Charles Huff, 14, son, farm labor, b. ditto

1900 Federal Census. Wayne Twp., Kosciusko County, Indiana
Roll 382, page 1A
304 South Washington Street
    Isabelle Nye, headd, b. Aug 1856, 43, widowed, 4 children, all living, b. IN, parents b. IN
    John H. Nye,, son, b. Mar 1885, 15, b. IN, parents b. IN, bookkeeper
    George A. Nye, son, b. Jan 1889, 11, b. ditto, at school
    Florence A. Nye, daughter, b. May 1891, 9, b. ditto, at school
    Milo A. Nye, son, b. Spe 1896, 3, b. ditto
    Sylvester Huff, father, b. Jun 1826, 73, widowed, b. IN, parents b. PA, day laborer

1910 Federal Census. Wayne Twp., Kosciusko County, Indiand
Roll T624_357, page 4A
County Infirmary
    Sylvester Huff, 83, inmate, widowed, b. IN, father b. PA, mother b. OH
There are over 30 patients at the infirmary, mostly elderly

Indiana Deaths
Sylvester M. Huff, d. 21 Oct 1910, age 84, Wayne Township

Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Claypool, Kosciusko County
    Sylvester M. Huff, b. 17 Jun 1826, d. 21 Oct 1919
    Elizabeth Huff, b. 27 Jul 1826, d. 22 Ocdt 1890
    Orlando M. Huff, b. 14 Oct 1847, d. 28 Aug 1873

Their children include:
57364 i. Orlando M. Huff (14 Oct 1847-28 Aug 1873)
57365 ii. Isabel Huff (31 Aug 1856-20 Dec 1902)
57366 iii. Samuel B. Huff (ca 1859-)
57367 iv. Charles S. Huff (ca 1866-)

55718. John Black. Born ca 1828 in Pennsylvania.

John married and moved to Sanduskey County, Ohio.

There were a couple of marriages of John Blacks in Ashland County:
18 Mar 1852 John Black & Harriet Shoemaker
4 Jun 1868 John Black & Ruth Figly

It’s said that John died 12 Dec 1869, but not where.

55719. Philip J. Black. Born ca 1829 in Pennsylvania.

Ohio County Marriages
13 May 1852, Ashland County
    Philip Black & Margaret Rhinehart

1860 Federal Census. Loudonville, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 930, page 177
Post Office Loudonville
Family 1409
    Philip J. Black, 31, musical instruments, $1000 real estate, $200 personal estate, b. PA
    Margaret Black, 31, b. France
    Josephine Black, 6, b. Ohio
    Mary A. Black, 4, b. Ohio
Family 1410
    John F. Redd, 24, $290 real estate, $150 personal estate, b. OH
    Louisa Redd 21, b. OH
The family of Samuel W. Black resides next door.

1863 Civil War Draft Registrations
Philip J. Black, 35, grocer, b. Ohio, resident of Hanover, Ashland Co., Ohio

1870 Federal Census. Loudonville, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 1169, page 629B
Post Office Perrysville
    Philip Black, 41, huckster, $10,000 real estate, $3000 personal estate, b. PA
    Margrett Black, 40, keeping house, b. France
    Joseph Black 16, at home, b. OH
    Mary Black, 14, at home, b. OH
    Minnie Black, 6, b. OH

1880 Federal Census. Loudonville, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 992, pge 55D
    Philipp Black, 52, huckster, b. PA, parents b. PA
    Margret Black, 52, wife, keeping house, b. Alsase, parents b. Alsase
    Josephine Black, 25, daughter, at home, b. OH, father b. PA, mother b. Alsase
    Minnie Black, 15, daughter, at home, b. ditto
    Jacob Rinehard, 80, father-in-law, widowed, boarding, b. Alsase, parents b. Alsase

Atlas of Ashland County, Ohio, J.A. Caldwell, 1874
P.J. Black resided in Loudenville at the corner Washington Street and Water Street. There’s a print of his home on page 101 of the Atlas. It’s now a bed and breakfast called the Blackfork Inn. He also owned land between the river and the railroad track on the west side of Loudenville.

On 13 May 1852 Philip J. married Margaret Rhinehart, daughter of Jacob Rhinehart (ca 1800-) & Catharine [Rhinehart], in Ashland County, Ohio. Born ca 1829 in Alsace.

1850 Federal Census. Green Township, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 658, page 98A
    Jacob Reinhart, 50, farmer, b. Germany
    Catharine Reinhart, 52, b. Germany
    Margret Reinhart, 19, b. Germany
    George Reinhart, 17, farmer, b. Germany
    Mary Reinhart, 13, b. OH
    Susanna Reinhart, 11, b. OH

Their children include:
57368 i. Josephine Black (ca 1854-)
57369 ii. Mary Black (ca 1856-)
57370 iii. Minnie Black (ca 1864-)

55720. Sarah A. Black. Born on 25 May 1832 in Pennsylvania. Sarah A. died in Green Twp., Ashland Co., Ohio, on 16 Aug 1894; she was 62. Buried in McKay Cemetery, Hayesville.

Ohio County Marriages
15 Dec 1852, Ashland County
    Henry Snyder & Sarah A. Black

On 15 Dec 1852 when Sarah A. was 20, she married Henry Snyder, son of Samuel Snyder (ca 1789-4 Jan 1864) & Mary [Snyder] (ca 1793-18 Nov 1856), in Ashland County, Ohio. Born ca 27 Feb 1827 in Pennsylvania. Henry died on 3 Sep 1881 in Green Twp., Ashland Co., Ohio. Buried in McKay Cemetery, Hayesville.

1850 Federal Census. Green Township, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 658, page 104B
    Samuel Snider, 59
    Mary Snider, 58
    H. Snider, 23, male
    A. Snider, 21, female
    M.A. Snider, 16, female
    L. Snider, 12, female
The family of David Snider is listed right before this family, and the family of Samuel Black is listed right after it (probably Samuel Black, the son of William and Sarah (Stevens) Black).

1860 Federal Census. Green Township, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 930, page 289
Post Office Perrysville
    Henry Snyder, 33, farmer, $2940 real estate, $800 personal estate, b. PA
    Sarah Snyder, 26, b. OH
    Franklin Snyder, 5, b. OH
    James Snyder, 3, b. OH
    unnamed Snyder, 1, female, b. OH
    unnamed Snyder, 2 months, male, b. OH

Civil War Draft Registration
Henry Snyder, age 36 on 1 Jul 1863, b. PA, farmer, residence Green Twp., Ashland County

1870 Federal Census. Green Township, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 1169, page 608B
Post Office Perrysville
    Henry Snider, 43, carpenter, $1200 personal estate, b. PA
    Sarah Snider, 37, keeping house, b. PA
    Frank Snider, 13, at home, b. OH
    James Snider, 12, at home, b. OH
    Mary Snider, 10, at home, b. OH
    John Snider, 8, b. OH
    Daniel Snider, 2, b. OH

1880 Federal Census. Greene Township, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 991, page 29C
    Henry Snyder, 53, carpenter, b. PA, parents b. PA
    Sarah Snyder, 47, wife, keeping house, b. PA, parents b. PA
    James Snyder, 23, son, works at home, b. OH, parents b. PA
    Mary S. Snyder, 21, at home, b. ditto
    John Snyder, 16, works at home, b. ditto
    Daniel Snyder, 12, at home, b. ditto
    Ella Snyder, 9, in school, b. ditto
    Anna E.C. Snyder, 6, in school, b. ditto
    Charles Snyder, 3, at home, b. ditto
The family of Oscar Snyder resides next door.

McKay Cemetery, Hayesville, Ashland County
    Henry Snyder, d. 3 Sep 1881 æ. 54 y 6 m 4 d
    Sarah A. Snyder, b. 25 May 1832, d. 26 Aug 1884 æ. 62y 3m 1d
    Samuel M. Snyder, son of H. & S.A. Snyder, died June 9, 1858, aged 4 y. 9 m. 9 d.
    Willis Snyder, son of H. & S. Snyder, died Jan. 18, 1861, aged 8 m. 12 d.
    Emma E. Snyder, daughter of H. & S. Snyder, died Nov. 19, 1868, aged 3 y 3 m 17 d.
Henry’s parents and several other Snyders are buried in the cemetery.

Their children include:
57371 i. Samuel M. Snyder (Died young) (31 Aug 1853-9 Jun 1858)
57372 ii. Henry Franklin Snyder (3 Mar 1855-16 Oct 1919)
57373 iii. James Snyder (ca 1857-)
57374 iv. Mary S. Snyder (ca 1859-)
57375 v. Willis Snyder (Died soon) (6 May 1860-18 Jan 1861)
57376 vi. John Snyder (ca 1862-)
57377 vii. Emma E. Snyder (Died young) (2 Aug 1865-19 Nov 1868)
57378 viii. Daniel Snyder (ca 1868-)
57379 ix. Ella Verata Snyder (1 Sep 1870-26 Dec 1943)
57380 x. Anna E.C. Snyder (Nov 1873-26 Jan 1965)
57381 xi. Charles C. Snyder (ca 1877-)

55721. Samuel W. Black. Born on 3 Mar 1834 in Green Twp., Ashland Co., Ohio. Samuel W. died in Ashland, Ashland Co., OH, on 7 May 1914; he was 80. Buried in Ashland Cemetery.

From the History of Ashland County, Ohio, by A.J. Boughman, Chicago: S.J. Clark Publ., 1909, page 510:
    No event of especial importance occurred to vary the routine of farm life for Samuel W. Black in his boyhood and youth. He was reared in this country when it was largely a frontier district and he assisted in the arduous task of developing the fields, taking his place at the plow at a very early age. He remained at home until seventeen years of age and then went to Loudonville, where he learned the trade of a baker and candy maker, serving a three years’ apprenticeship in that line. At the end of that time he bought out his employer and continued in the business there for four years, after which he sold his establishment and purchased a claim of eighty acres. He was connected with agricultural pursuits, however, for only six months, going to Ashland where he rented a room and opened a bakery which he conducted for four and a half years. On the expiration of that period he returned to Loudonville where he again bought property but in 1865 he sold his farm and invested in realty in Ashland. Here he opened a bakery and confectionary business in which he continued for about thirty years, being recognized as one of the most enterprising and reliable merchants of the city. He was accorded a liberal patronage because of the excellence of the products which he handled, his reasonable prices and his reliable dealing. In all of his business transactions he was straightforward, never taking advantage of the necessities of another. He always attributed much of his success to the assistance of his wife.
    It was in March, 1857, that Mr. Black was united in marriage to Miss Caroline Ullman, a daughter of John and Catherine Ullman, the former a farmer then residing near Loudonville. Unto Mr. and Mrs. Black have been born two sons: Henry Joseph, whose birth occurred February 15, 1858, and James Arthur, who was born July 15, 1868. They were both students in Ashland high school and the former continued his education at Greencastle College and entered the Methodist ministry in 1884, being assigned to a pastorate at Salt Lake City, Utah. He is now [1909] located at North Vernon, Indiana, and is doing good work. Henry Joseph Black was married in 1884 to Miss Hattie Bershing and they became the parents of three children, namely: Dr. H. Benton, Earl P. and Helen M. The last two are living at home and the Doctor is practicing dentistry in North Vernon. The younger son, James Arthur, who was engaged in dealing in stock food, died May 11, 1909. Mrs. Black employs much of her leisure time in painting and does very creditable work in that art. Both Mr. and Mrs. Black hold membership in the Methodist church and are earnest Christian people, zealous in behalf of the church and all its activities.
    In his political views Mr. Black is a republican and has ever kept well informed on the questions and issues of the day and served as a member of the city council for four years. He well merits the rest which has come to him following his long years of activity in business circles. As one of the early settlers of the county, having lived here for seventy-five years, his memory forms a connecting link between the primitive past and the progressive present. He has witnessed much of its transformation as the forests have been cut down and the uncultivated lands have been changed into fertile fields while the cities have been developed through the establishment and successful control of many and varied business concerns. At all times he has borne his full share in the work of public progress, cooperating in many movements for the general good and both as a business man and citizen he has occupied a high place in the public regard.

Ohio County Marriages
26 Mar 1857, Ashland County
    Samuel W. Black & Caroline Ullman

1860 Federal Census. Loudonville, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 930, page 177
Post Office Loudonville
    Sam’l W. Black, 27, grocer, $500 real estate, $800 personal estate
    Caroline Black, 24
    Henry J. Black, 2
    Eve Uhlman, 19
All were born in Ohio. the family of Philip J. Black resides next door.

1870 Federal Census. Ashland, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 1169, page 737B
Post Office Ashland
    Samuel W. Black, 36, retired grocer, $10,000 real estate, $2000 personal estate
    Caroline Black, 32
    Joseph Black, 13
    James A. Black, 3
All were born in Ohio

1880 Federal Census. Ashland, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 991, page 164D
Main Street
    Samuel W. Black, 46, baker, b. OH, parents b. PA
    Caroline Black, 42, wife, keeping house, b. OH, parents b. Bavaria
    Joseph H. Black, 22, son, at school, b. OH, parents b. OH
    James Black, 12, son, at school, b. ditto
    Mary Sowers, 18, servant, servant, b. OH, parents b. Prussia

1900 Federal Census. Ashland Ward 4, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 1237, page 6A
22 3rd Street
    Samuel Black, head, b. Mar 1834, 65, m. 43 years, b. OH, parents b. PA, [can’t read occupation]
    Caroline Black, wife, b. Feb 1838, 62, m. 43 years, 4 children, 2 living, b. OH, parents b. Germany
    Clifford E. Pippitt, boarder, b. Oct 1875, 25, single, b. OH, parents b. OH, genl. merchant
    William G. Pippitt, boarder, b. Feb 1873, 27, single, b. ditto, genl. merchant
Son James Black is listed next on the census.

1910 Federal Census. Ashland Ward 4, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 1151, page 6B
22 East 3rd Street
    Samuel W. Black, head, 76, m1. 52 years, b. OH, parents b. PA
    Caroline Black, wife, 72, m1. 52 years, 2 children, 1 living, b. OH, parents b. Germany
    George Gilbert, roomer, 47, widowed, b. OH, father b. NY, mother b. PA, undertaker
    Viola V. Klince, roomer, 30, widowed, 2 children, both living, b. OH, parents b. OH, cook, restaurant

Ashland Cemetery, 523 West Main Street
    Samuel W.. 1834-1914.
    Caroline his wife, 1836-1912

On 26 Mar 1857 when Samuel W. was 23, he married Caroline Ullman, daughter of John Ullman (12 Oct 1791-11 Feb 1864) & Catherine Derrenberger (1 May 1805-11 Sep 1876), in Ashland County, Ohio. Born on 6 Feb 1838 in Washington Twp., Holmes Co., OH. Caroline died in Ashland, Ashland Co., OH, on 28 Aug 1912; she was 74. Buried in Ashland Cemetery.

Their children include:
57382 i. Rev. Henry Joseph Black (15 Feb 1858-24 Mar 1948)
57383 ii. James Arthur Black (15 Jul 1868-11 May 1909)

55722. Henry Black. Born ca 1836 in Green Twp., Ashland Co., Ohio.

Henry married and moved to Iowa.

On 7 Aug 1872 in Ashland County a Henry A. Black married Augusta Fulmer.

55723. Joseph C. Black. Born on 4 Aug 1838 in Green Twp., Ashland Co., Ohio. Joseph C. died on 8 Jan 1863; he was 24. Buried in Perrysville Union Cemetery.

Ohio County Marriages
    27 Jan 1859, Ashland County
    Joseph Black & Martha Sneer

Perrysville Union Cemetery

    J.C. Black, b. 4 Aug 1838, d. 8 Jan 1863

On 27 Jan 1859 when Joseph C. was 20, he married Martha Sneer, daughter of John Sneer, in Ashland County, Ohio.

55724. William Black. Born ca 1840 in Green Twp., Ashland Co., Ohio.

Ohio County Marriages
2 Oct 1856, Ashland County
    William Black & Elizabeth J. Stence.

William died in Missouri.

On 2 Oct 1856 William married Elizabeth J. Stence in Ashland County, Ohio.

55725. Daniel Black. Born ca 1842 in Green Twp., Ashland Co., Ohio.

Daniel went to Tennessee. It is said that Danield died 1896.

55726. Louis G. Black. Born ca 1844 in Green Twp., Ashland Co., Ohio.

Ohio County Marriages
26 Oct 1868, Ashland County
    Lewis G. Black & Polyna O. Barlet
Also
    5 Nov 1868, Ashland County
    Lewis G. Black & Polyna O. Bartlett

1870 Federal Census. Green Township, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 1169, page 608A
    Perlina O. Black, 19, b. OH
    Rosa I. Black, 1, b. OH
Next door is the family of Samuel and Eliza Black, Perlina’s parents in law.

1880 Federal Census. Green Township, Ashland County, Ohio
Roll 991, page 20B
    Louis G. Black, 36, farmer, b. OH, parents b. PA
    Perlina Black, 28, wife, keeping house, b. OH, parents b. PA
    Rosa A. Black, 11, daughter, in school, b. OH, parents b. OH
    Maud M. Black, 7, daughter, in school, b. ditto
Next door is the family of Elizabeth (Black) (Grubaugh) Horn.

On 26 Oct 1868 Louis G. married Perlina Olive Barlet, daughter of Jacob Barlet (14 Sep 1818-5 Oct 1898) & Sarah Hern (3 May 1817-12 Jul 1898), in Ashland County, Ohio. Born ca 26 Dec 1850 in Green Twp., Ashland Co., Ohio. Perlina Olive died on 21 May 1898. Buried in McKay Cemetery, Hayesville.

Perlina O. Barlet, d. 21 May 1898 æ. 47 y 5 m 25 d

Their children include:
57384 i. Rosa Black (ca 1869-)
57385 ii. Maud Black (ca 1874-)


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