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Isenhour, William

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Re: Isenhour, William

Posted: 10 Jul 2008 7:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
Just came across your message regarding William H. Isenhour.
My maternal grandmother was Ethel Clara Stoner who was a daughter of Daniel Webster Stoner and Matilda Catherine Isenhour. Matilda was the daughter of William and Catherine. According to my grandmother, the father of William was Henry Isenhour who was born around 1783, somewhere in Penna (in the Lancaster-area) and is buried in Henry County, Indiana, of which Newcastle, IN. is the county seat. I have been trying to research more of this family line. I have a 2nd cousin who still lives in Darke County, Ohio, and has the lineage book written by Fannie Richardson. Also, I have copies of correspondence that occurred between Mrs. Richardson and my grandmother. Most if not all, of the Isenhours and Stoners are buried in Union City, Indiana. I don't know if this helps or not, but I plan on visiting the Ohio Historical Society soon to do more research, and also plan a trip to Greenville, Ohio, and eventually to Union City. What I do find interesting so far about William, is that he was born in 1830, and when he enlisted in the 40th Ohio Infantry Regiment, he was 31, and had 3 children. He served for 3 1/2 yrs., and the 40th was involved in severeal major campaigns - Nashville, Atlanta, and Chickamauga. I'm not quite sure when William died, but I believe it was around 1902-03. Matilda died in 1925. As I said, I need to visit the cemetary in Union City to find the correct dates, etc. I don't know if this helps or not because of the time period (2002 - 2008)between when you requested information and my finding your message. Anything you can provide in return will be appreciated. Thanks!
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mark isenhouer 7 May 2002 5:07AM GMT 
bhoffman45 11 Jul 2008 1:11AM GMT 
misenhouer 12 Jul 2008 6:48PM GMT 
bhoffman45 14 Jul 2008 1:41PM GMT 
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