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Jacob Bash

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Jacob Bash
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Biography

This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited.

Name

Name: Jacob /Bash/
Given Name: Jacob
Surname: Bash[1]

Death

Death:
Date: 1838[2]

Reference

Reference: ID4035

User ID

User ID: 960EAFB2FAF9417698BE5CB2A74792AA3DBC

Data Changed

Data Changed:
Date: 28 May 2011
Time: 12:48

Prior to import, this record was last changed 12:48 28 May 2011.

Marriage

Husband: Jacob Bash
Wife: Mary Whetstone
Marriage:
Date: 19 May 1816[3]
Event:
Type: Migrated
Date: Abt Dec 1819
Place: , Stark County, Ohio, United States[4]
Event:
Type: Migrated
Date: Abt 1829
Place: Bucyrus, Crawford County, Ohio, United States[5]
Child: Peter Bash
Relationship to Father: [6]
Relationship to Mother: [7]
Child: Catherine Bash
Data Changed:
Date: 28 May 2011
Time: 12:47

Sources

  • WikiTree profile Bash-20 created through the import of AugustHaasFamily2011-11-20.ged on Nov 20, 2011 by Walt Robbins. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Walt and others.
  1. Source: #S41 Page: Peter Whetstone Family. Compiled by Linden B. Johnson, 18 Nov 1986. Acc001711/Ph8833.tif Quality or Certainty of Data: 0 Reference: Acc001711 Object: Format: tif File: C:\Users\Walt\Documents\My Dropbox\Photos\Document Images\Ph8833-Acc001711.tif Title: Family Group Sheet for Peter Whetstone Family Note: Acc001711 Date: 18 Nov 1986 Scrapbook: Y Primary or Preferred: Y Type: PHOTO
  2. Source: #S216 Page: page 956. Quality or Certainty of Data: 3 Reference: Bk3481 Data: Text: CONT Transcription: CONT "PETER BASH, farmer; P.O. Bucyrus; was born July 22, 1819, in Schuylkill Co., Penn., and is the son of Jacob and Mary Whetstone Bash. His parents removed t Stark Co., Ohio, when he was but 5 months old. They remained there until his 10th year, when they removed to Bucyrus. His mother dying in 1834, and his father in 1838, he was left somewhat under the care of his grandfather, who entered land in the vicinity of Annapolis, this county. The grandmother of our subject was the first person ever interred in the cemetery of Annapolis. He was married, Sept. 17, 1839 to Susannah Cover, daughter of Samuel Cover, living one mile east of Annapolis. He lived in the vicinity of Annapolis until some 25 years ago, when he removed to his present farm in Holmes Township. Of his marriage, there were born – Samuel, Jacob, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Peter L. And Susannah, all of whom are living; Mary E. married Jacob Seibert Feb. 8, 1873, and died on May 7, 1874; Albert and Henry died in infancy. Four children are married and live near their father. Samuel was married some three years ago, and removed to Huntington Co., Ind. Mr Bash is a prominent man in his township, and has filled several important offices of trust and responsibility in both townships where he has resided. He is a member of the Dunkard Church, his grandfather having been a Dunkard preacher, and a man highly esteemed."
  3. Source: #S41 Page: Family Group Sheet: Peter Whetstone family. Compiled by Wilma Haas Lucas ID0379, nd. Wilma Haas Lucas Papers. Acc001747/Doc0496.pdf Quality or Certainty of Data: 1 Reference: Acc001747 Data: Text: CONT Extract: CONT Peter Whetstone - B 1760-1770 CONT Wife: Magdaline - DOB: 18 June 1788 - DOD: ca 1831 CONT Mary Stinebaugh 6 March 1832 - Mary - 2nd wife CONT Children: CONT - Mary - ID4036 - DOB 1796, PA - Married Jacob Bash 19 May 1816 CONT - Jacob - ID0396 - Born 1804, PA - Married Harriet Williamson ID0397 -17 Feb 1828 CONT - Catherine - Born 1800 - Married Adam Musser CONT - Peter Jr ID4039 - Born 1806 - Married Susannah CONT - Susannah - ID4040 - Born 1808 - CONT - Daniel ID4041 - Born 1810 - Married Esther CONT - Samuel ID4042 - Born 1812, PA - Married Elizabeth Patterson 3 Nov 1831 CONT - Elizabeth ID4043 - Born 1819, Crawford County, Ohio - Married Samuel Mentzer 4 FID0395 eb 1836 CONT - John ID0394 - Born 12 July 1823 Crawford County, Ohio - Married Hannah Heckert 17 May 1845 - Died 30 Oct 1903, Williams Co, Ohio CONT CONT Source Given: Petition for Portition - Peter Whetstone 1842 - Acc001703 Object: Format: pdf File: C:\Users\Walt\Documents\My Dropbox\Genealogy\Documents\Doc0496-Acc001747.pdf Title: Family Group Sheet - Peter Whetstone Family Note: Acc001747/Doc0496.pdf Scrapbook: Y Primary or Preferred: Y Type: C:\Users\Walt\Documents\My Dropbox\Genealogy\Documents\Doc0496-Acc001747.pdf
  4. Source: #S216 Page: page 956. Quality or Certainty of Data: 3 Reference: Bk3481 Data: Text: CONT Transcription: CONT "PETER BASH, farmer; P.O. Bucyrus; was born July 22, 1819, in Schuylkill Co., Penn., and is the son of Jacob and Mary Whetstone Bash. His parents removed t Stark Co., Ohio, when he was but 5 months old. They remained there until his 10th year, when they removed to Bucyrus. His mother dying in 1834, and his father in 1838, he was left somewhat under the care of his grandfather, who entered land in the vicinity of Annapolis, this county. The grandmother of our subject was the first person ever interred in the cemetery of Annapolis. He was married, Sept. 17, 1839 to Susannah Cover, daughter of Samuel Cover, living one mile east of Annapolis. He lived in the vicinity of Annapolis until some 25 years ago, when he removed to his present farm in Holmes Township. Of his marriage, there were born – Samuel, Jacob, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Peter L. And Susannah, all of whom are living; Mary E. married Jacob Seibert Feb. 8, 1873, and died on May 7, 1874; Albert and Henry died in infancy. Four children are married and live near their father. Samuel was married some three years ago, and removed to Huntington Co., Ind. Mr Bash is a prominent man in his township, and has filled several important offices of trust and responsibility in both townships where he has resided. He is a member of the Dunkard Church, his grandfather having been a Dunkard preacher, and a man highly esteemed."
  5. Source: #S216 Page: page 956. Quality or Certainty of Data: 3 Reference: Bk3481 Data: Text: CONT Transcription: CONT "PETER BASH, farmer; P.O. Bucyrus; was born July 22, 1819, in Schuylkill Co., Penn., and is the son of Jacob and Mary Whetstone Bash. His parents removed t Stark Co., Ohio, when he was but 5 months old. They remained there until his 10th year, when they removed to Bucyrus. His mother dying in 1834, and his father in 1838, he was left somewhat under the care of his grandfather, who entered land in the vicinity of Annapolis, this county. The grandmother of our subject was the first person ever interred in the cemetery of Annapolis. He was married, Sept. 17, 1839 to Susannah Cover, daughter of Samuel Cover, living one mile east of Annapolis. He lived in the vicinity of Annapolis until some 25 years ago, when he removed to his present farm in Holmes Township. Of his marriage, there were born – Samuel, Jacob, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Peter L. And Susannah, all of whom are living; Mary E. married Jacob Seibert Feb. 8, 1873, and died on May 7, 1874; Albert and Henry died in infancy. Four children are married and live near their father. Samuel was married some three years ago, and removed to Huntington Co., Ind. Mr Bash is a prominent man in his township, and has filled several important offices of trust and responsibility in both townships where he has resided. He is a member of the Dunkard Church, his grandfather having been a Dunkard preacher, and a man highly esteemed."
  6. Source: #S216 Page: page 956. Quality or Certainty of Data: 3 Reference: Bk3481 Data: Text: CONT Transcription: CONT "PETER BASH, farmer; P.O. Bucyrus; was born July 22, 1819, in Schuylkill Co., Penn., and is the son of Jacob and Mary Whetstone Bash. His parents removed t Stark Co., Ohio, when he was but 5 months old. They remained there until his 10th year, when they removed to Bucyrus. His mother dying in 1834, and his father in 1838, he was left somewhat under the care of his grandfather, who entered land in the vicinity of Annapolis, this county. The grandmother of our subject was the first person ever interred in the cemetery of Annapolis. He was married, Sept. 17, 1839 to Susannah Cover, daughter of Samuel Cover, living one mile east of Annapolis. He lived in the vicinity of Annapolis until some 25 years ago, when he removed to his present farm in Holmes Township. Of his marriage, there were born – Samuel, Jacob, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Peter L. And Susannah, all of whom are living; Mary E. married Jacob Seibert Feb. 8, 1873, and died on May 7, 1874; Albert and Henry died in infancy. Four children are married and live near their father. Samuel was married some three years ago, and removed to Huntington Co., Ind. Mr Bash is a prominent man in his township, and has filled several important offices of trust and responsibility in both townships where he has resided. He is a member of the Dunkard Church, his grandfather having been a Dunkard preacher, and a man highly esteemed."
  7. Source: #S216 Page: page 956. Quality or Certainty of Data: 3 Reference: Bk3481 Data: Text: CONT Transcription: CONT "PETER BASH, farmer; P.O. Bucyrus; was born July 22, 1819, in Schuylkill Co., Penn., and is the son of Jacob and Mary Whetstone Bash. His parents removed t Stark Co., Ohio, when he was but 5 months old. They remained there until his 10th year, when they removed to Bucyrus. His mother dying in 1834, and his father in 1838, he was left somewhat under the care of his grandfather, who entered land in the vicinity of Annapolis, this county. The grandmother of our subject was the first person ever interred in the cemetery of Annapolis. He was married, Sept. 17, 1839 to Susannah Cover, daughter of Samuel Cover, living one mile east of Annapolis. He lived in the vicinity of Annapolis until some 25 years ago, when he removed to his present farm in Holmes Township. Of his marriage, there were born – Samuel, Jacob, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Peter L. And Susannah, all of whom are living; Mary E. married Jacob Seibert Feb. 8, 1873, and died on May 7, 1874; Albert and Henry died in infancy. Four children are married and live near their father. Samuel was married some three years ago, and removed to Huntington Co., Ind. Mr Bash is a prominent man in his township, and has filled several important offices of trust and responsibility in both townships where he has resided. He is a member of the Dunkard Church, his grandfather having been a Dunkard preacher, and a man highly esteemed."









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