Categories: Fairfield County, Ohio.
Buried in Bacher-Baugher Cemetery, Fairfield Co, Ohio--
"Greenfield Township Fairfield Co, Ohio, Land Patent Grants issued at the Chillicothe Land Office for Congress Lands north of the Ohio River and East of the Scioto River." Deed Book "Y" page 108, July 6, 1816. James Madison, President of the United States to Martin and Jacob Moler, assignees of Philemon Beecher, NW 1/4 of Section 3, Township 15, Range 19, Year of Independence the 41st."
Ludwig Brandt Sr., in his Last Will and Testament listed his grandchildren- Martin Mohler, Jacob Mohler, Mary Mohler, Eliza Mohler, Isaiah Cain, James Cain, Lewis Cain and John Cain who are the children of Elizabeth Brandt Cain. Ludwig Brandt Will
Martin & Jacob's Guardian Account: #712 Pro. J-- Filed Oct 7, 1830; Settled March 7, 1831-- David Brandt guardian of Martin Mohler.
Various loose papers were in the packet and are transcribed under Jacob Mohler, Jr. page and the papers also as follows: "Received February 27, 1829 from David Brandt the sum of one hundred and six dollars fifty four and one half cents by me. Martin Mohler $106.54."
Pro. C-- Guardian Bond, dated April 13, 1805----- Know all men by these presents that we Thomas Cessna, William Springer, James Wilson and John Williamson of the County of Fairfield and State of Ohio do own and acknowledge our silver our heirs executors and administrators jointly and severally indebted unto the President and the associate judge of the court of Common Pleas and their heirs or ? in the sum of one thousand four hundred dollars good and lawful money of the said State for the ? and faithful payment thereof we bind ourselves our heirs and assigns as aforesaid. In witness whereof we hereunto set our hands and hearts this 13th day of April AD 1805. Whereas the Court of Common Pleas for the county of Fairfield within Term of April 1805 nominated and appointed Thomas Cissna and William Springer of the County aforesaid. Guardians of the persons and estate of Martin Mouler and Jacob Mouler infants and sons of Jacob Mouler late of the County aforesaid deceased by Elizabeth his wife. Now the ? of the above obligation is such that of the ? Thomas Cissna and William Springer Gardians aforesaid do will and truly perform and execute all and every of the duties of Gardians as aforesaid unto the said martin Mouler and Jacob Mouler Infants as aforesaid agreeable and accord of to usages and customs of the laws of the said State, and pay over unto the said Matin and Jacob Infants, when they arrive at the age of twenty one years ofd age. All such sum or sums of money ? affects, estates real and personal of whatever kind and in above that shall be found due upon them the said gardeans as also do and perform all such acts as may be necessary and of rights to them to belong to them perform and also keep safe and harmless the said President and associate Judge and their successors in Grant?? the guardianship aforesaid to them the said Thomas & William Then this obligation shall be said and of ? affect otherwise to remain in full force and ? in Law. Signed and delivered in presence of Thos Cissna, William Springer, James Wilson, John Williamson
Received December 10th 1833 from Martin Mohler by Jacob Mohler. 3 dollar 5 Cents, his State, County Township and Poor Tax, for said year 1833, on the following property, to wit: for 1 horse and 1 head of Neat Cattle, and for 81 acres of Land in R17, T15 and S3 including cost. John Kistler Dept Treasurer of Fairfield County.
Partition Records- Fairfield Co, Ohio, page 574, - 1835 Martin Mohler, deceased. Widow was Mary Ann, children: Albert, Susan and Martha Mohler- all minors
Case 993: Probate Court, Martin Mohler's estate, Inventory & Sale Bill, January 10, 1835. Proceeding No. J. Exhibit for Settlement files Aug 1838 completed Feb 1839--- A List of the Goods and Chattles Belonging to the Estate of Martin Mohler Late of Greenfield Township Fairfield county Ohio, Deceased. Sold at Public Sale by the undersigned Administrator of said Estate this 17th day of march A D 1835. (There were 2 pages of people who purchased items at Martin's sale--- names that I knew were: Adam Brandt 2nd, Jacob Mohler, James Cane, David Brandt, Mary Mohler widow)
Case 993; Administrator #1, page 32, Administrator Docket--- Letters of Administration issued to Adam Brandt, 2nd. Mar. 6, A.D. 1835. Bond $800 Security. Jacob Beck, Jr and Jacob Mohler. Minute Book#11, p. 258.
Recd of Adam Brandt, 2d Administrator of the estate of Martin Mohler deceased Four Dollars, for attending the funeral of the deceased and his son Jacob. Lancaster August 10th A.D. 1835. John Wag?hals. Minister of the Gospels.
1838 Martin Mohler, decd by Admr, Grantor; Valentine Zimmerman, Grantee; Vol 3, page 304
Ohio Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio; Genealogical Abstracts--- Saturday, September 22, 1838, Court of Common Pleas: The following accounts of Executors and Administrators were filed for settlement at the August Term--- Martin Mohler. Accounts of following estates were filed at June Court, 1839 and the following Guardian Accounts were also filed: Susan and Martin Mohler.
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