Hillbillies & Vikings

This site is focused broadly on all descendants of John Denboe, an indentured servant who came to the Crown Colony of Maryland in about the year 1664. Also, it maintains a special emphasis on the descendants of John Denbow (1797-1862) and his brother Bazeleel (1795-1857), early pioneers in the hills of Southeastern Ohio, as well as the descendants of Jón Jónsson (1841-1934) of Dalasýsla, Iceland, who was an Icelandic immigrant to Canada and now has progeny throughout North America.

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151 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Knifory, Clarence (I5708)
 
152 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Moore, James (I5709)
 
153 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Thompson, Mary (I5710)
 
154 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Waltimyer, Hazel (I5711)
 
155 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Harvey, Austin (I5712)
 
156 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Patterson, Jenny (I5713)
 
157 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Fletcher, William (I5714)
 
158 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Montgomery, William (I5715)
 
159 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Waltimyer, Samuel (I5716)
 
160 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Waltimyer, Jenny (I5719)
 
161 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Heaton, Wilson (I5720)
 
162 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Heaton, Hugh (I5721)
 
163 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Heaton, Gusteen (I5722)
 
164 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Heaton, Nettie (I5723)
 
165 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Heaton, Clara (I5724)
 
166 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Lemon (I5725)
 
167 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Lemon, Thomas (I5726)
 
168 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Brown, Anna Mary (I5728)
 
169 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5729)
 
170 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Heaton, Charles (I5730)
 
171 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5731)
 
172 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5732)
 
173 bib: 'The Heaton Family in America', by Dean Heaton, Gateway Press; Overmiller, Joyce (I5733)
 
174 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5734)
 
175 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5735)
 
176 Biographical sketch of William Barton Barton, William (I5770)
 
177 BIRT: SOUR @C1104@ Whiston, Charles (I4530)
 
178 BIRT: SOUR @C603@ Scott, Mary L. (I3766)
 
179 Birth and death information taken from tombstone in Circle HillCemetery in Punxsutawney, Pa. Good, Ann B. (I2026)
 
180 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2168)
 
181 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1442)
 
182 Birth Record, Probate Court Book 1 (1867-1884), Vinton County, Ohio, Page 18, No. 97, Full name, [Margaret] Sharp: DOB 5 June 1868: POB, Ohio, Vinton County, Madison Township; Sex, Female; Color, White; Name of Father, William Sharp; Name of Mother, Ann Sharp; Residence of Parents, Madison Township, Vinton County, Ohio. Sharp, Margaret E. (I3856)
 
183 Birth Record: Probate Court Birth Record Book 1 (1867-1884) VintonCounty, Ohio, Page 310; No. 271; Full Name, Daisy Uretta Sharp; DOB,1881, October 3; Place of Birth, Ohio, Vinton County, Elk Township;Sex, female; Color, white; Name of Father, Elias W. Sharp; Name ofMother, Mary Bobo; Parent's Place of Residence, Elk Township; Reportedby Mary Sharp. Daisy lived on the Sharp farm until 1924 when she andher husband moved to Dundas. In 1925 they moved to Hamden, Ohio andlived on Main Street. Daisy was a member of the Mona Chapter 226,Order of the Eastern Star, and the Hamden United Methodist Church.She died at the Gas Light Villa Convalescent Center in Canal Fulton,Ohio. Funeral arrangements were handled by the James N. Blower FuneralHome. Daisy was a Cincinnati Reds fan and she liked to wathch prizefights on T. V. Her hobbies were cooking and sewing. Source :Newspaper article published Oct. 26, 1961, Vinton County's LivingPioneers. Obituary published September 22, 1974. Name of paper isunknown. According to Sherry Hunter Strickland (letter dated 21 March1995) Daisy's middle name was Floretta not Uretta. This would makesense since Mary Bobo's sister was Floretta. Sharp, Daisy Uretta (I3814)
 
184 Birth Record: Probate court Birth Record Book 1 (1867-1884), Page378, No. 179. Name in Full, Dora Bell; DOB, 1874, September 9; Placeof Birth, Vinton County, Ohio, Elk Township; Sex, female; Color,white; Name of Father, Elias Sharp; Name of Mother, Mary Bobo;Residence of Parents, Elk Township, Vinton County, Ohio; By whomReported, blank. Sharp, Dora Bell (I3819)
 
185 Birth Record: Probate Court Birth Record Book 1 (1867-1884), VintonCounty, Ohio, Page 192, No. 317. Full Name, Charles Sharp; DOB, 1876,November 17; Place of Birth, Vinton County, Ohio, Elk Township; Sex,Male; Color, white; Name of Father, Elias Sharp; Name of Mother, MaryBobo; Parent's Place of Residence, Elk Township, Vinton County, Ohio;Reported by, W.F. Felton. Death date from tombstone located in theKeeton Graveyard in Lake Hope State Park. Charles has two gravemarkers. One , placed by the government, reads Charles C. Sharp (C.instead of T.), CPL, Co. H 5, Regt. Ohio Inf., Spanish American War,1876-1938. According to Sherry Hunter Strickland (letter dated 21March 1995) Tilden may be a family surname. Sharp, Charles Tilden (I3811)
 
186 Birth Record: Probate Court Birth Record Book 1 (1867-1884), VintonCounty, Ohio, Page 272, No. 454. Full Name, Samuel M. Sharp; DOB,1879, October 2; Place of Birth, Ohio, Vinton County, Elk Township;Sex, male; Color, white; Name of Father, Elias Sharp; Name of Mother,Mary Bobo; Parent's Place of Residence, McArthur, Ohio; Reported byHenry Reynolds. Death date from tombstone in the Keeton Graveyard inLake Hope State Park, Vinton County, Ohio. Sam held many jobs. Hisfirst job was hoeing corn for neighbors at 25 cents a day. He dugcoal with a pick at the old Lake Mine when he was fourteen years old.He was a coal miner for 20 years, then he fired a locomotive for theB&O for three years and then became a B&O bridge carpenter, builthouses as a carpenter and worked on the state highway department. Heworked for the Overland Motor Co. in Toledo, operated a coal-cuttingmachine in a mine, drove an ice wagon in Nelsonville, Ohio and farmedthe 52 acres of the Sharp farm. He also laid brick for the arches forboilers. Sam lived on the family farm since 1900. Source: Newspaperarticle published Dec 28, 1961, Vinton County's Living Pioneers.According to Sherry Hunter Strickland, granddaughter of SamuelMadison Sharp, Sam told her that the Sharp family began in thiscountry when James Sharp came to Maryland from Scotland as anindentured servant. (Telephone conversation 6 September 1994)According to Sherry Hunter Strickland ( letter dated 21 March 1995)the date of marriage was 5 February 1925. Records in the possession ofRobert Henderson Sharp give the date 25 February 1925. Sharp, Sam Madison (I3877)
 
187 Birth Record: Probate Court Birth Record Book 1 (1867-1884), VintonCounty, Ohio, Page114, No. 359, Full Name, Sharp, E.; DOB, 17 June1872; POB, Ohio, Vinton County, Madison Township; Sex, Female; Color,White; Name of Father, Morris Sharp; Name of Mother, E. B. Hull,Parents place of Residence, Madison Township, Vinton County, Ohio; Bywhom reported, Blank. Sharp, E. (I3820)
 
188 Birth Record: Probate Court Birth Record Book 1 (1867-1884), VintonCounty, Ohio,Year 1868, Page 18, No. 66, Name in full, Sharp (no firstname given); Date of Birth, 1868, May 4: Place of Birth, Ohio, VintonCounty, Madison Township, Sex, Male; Color, White; Father, EliasSharp; Mother, Mary Sharp; Residence of Parents, Madison Township,Vinton County, Ohio; By whom reported, D.F. Baird M.D. From the notesof Helen SHarp Morris: William and Carrie Sharp lived in Corning,Ohio from 1896-1898, Conneaut, Ohio from 1907- ?, and Albion,Pennsylvania from 1909-1914+. Carriew lived in Nelsonville, Ohio atsome time previous to her marriage. William Wentz lived in Croton,Ohio in 1913. The notes below were taken from postcard albumbelonging to Carrie Sharp dated 1907- c. 1914 from Mary Jane SharpYork. Who were: Elaine Martin, Niece of Carrie, Conneaut, Oh. 1910Mrs. R.M. Sharp Conneaut, Oh. 24 Feb. 1901 Linton - Nelsonville,Oh.1908 Will and Ray - Mentioned by Carrie's sister Jessie- Bucyrus,Oh. 1908 Uncle John - Bucyrus, Oh. 1910 Cousin Beulah Will and Ray-Mentioned by CarrieSharp, William Morris (I3901)
 
189 Birth Record: Probate Court Birth Record, Book 1 (1867-1884), VintonCounty, Ohio, Page 56, No. 340, Full Name, Thomas Sharp; DOB, 29August 1869; POB, Ohio, Vinton County, Madison Township; Sex, Male;Color, White; Name of Father, Wiilliam Sharp; Name of Mother, AnnSharp; Residence of parents, Madison Township, Prattsville; By whomreported, Blank. U. S. Census 1870, Madison Township, Vinton County,Ohio, Page 18. Sharp, Thomas E. (I3891)
 
190 Birth record: Vinton County, Ohio, Probate Court Birth Record Book 1 (1867-1884), Page 212, No. 231. Notes provided to Susan Sharp by Helen Sharp Morris from the records of Wiiliam L. Sharp indicate that Celinda or Ella had 5 children. Sharp, Salinda Ella (I3875)
 
191 Birth Record: Vinton County, Ohio, Probate Court Birth Record Book 1(1867-1884), Page 134, No. 347. Note: this child does not appear on the U. S. Census 1880. See notes for sister, Jennie P. (Perhaps died in infancy) Sharp, Sarah A. (I3879)
 
192 Birth Record: Vinton County, Ohio, Probate Court Birth Record, Book 1(1867-1884), Page 188, No. 214. Notes sent to me by Helen Morris Sharp indicate that William L. had 3 children. Sharp, William Luther (I3900)
 
193 Birthdate from Vivian Doney Reid. She remembered because they werethe same age. Horm, Ruby (I2424)
 
194 Blytheville,Mississippi,Arizona,USA Burch, Francis (I731)
 
195 Blytheville,Mississippi,Arizona,USA Denbow, Clarence Herbert (I1069)
 
196 Bob recalls visiting his grandparents, Elias and Mary Sharp, on their Vinton County farm near Lake Hope when he was a boy. He would leave Bucyrus, Ohio, on the train. The railroad tracks ran right through his grandparents farm, so he said instead of riding to the station, when the train got to their farm it would slow down, they would throw his bag off the train and then lower him to the ground and he would pick up his bag and run across the fields to his grandparents' house. He said he slept up stairs in a large loft-like room in a bed with a feather tick. He said his grandmother, Mary Bobo Sharp, smoked a pipe. We have a picture of her with it. The Sharp's had an outhouse with an apple tree next to it. Bob said when you were sitting in there, occasionally, an apple would drop and hit the tin roof and scare you to death. The Sharp's had an orchard and grew corn. They also dug their own coal from a mine just across the road from their house. They had a pony named Bill and a horse named Jim. We have pictures of them from a July 1919 visit to the farm. Sharp, Robert Henderson (I3871)
 
197 Bob was born on Saturday, March 12.1904 at noon in his family home in Bucyrus, Ohio. His Mother noted this fact in her chronology of family events. Sharp, Robert Henderson (I3871)
 
198 Bohachek Bruce T. Bohachek, age 52, longtime resident of Columbus, OH passed away July 15, 2014 in Bradenton, FL after a long battle with cancer. Bruce was born April 30, 1962 in Dayton, OH, graduated with honors from Fairmont West High School and Purdue University. He is survived by his loving parents, Theodore V. and Ann (Slossnagel) Bohachek, Sun City Center, FL; sister, Lynn Tuomenoksa (David), Little Silver, NJ; nephews, Ryan and Matthew; Aunt, Claire Bohachek; longtime companion, Ellen Smith; and many loving cousins. Special thanks are due to his wonderful caregivers at Riviera Palms Nursing Center, the wonderful friends and relatives who remembered him with cheery cards and prayers, the staff at Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, and Dr. Joel Shaw. The family will receive friends at ROUTSONG FUNERAL HOME, 2100 E. Stroop Rd., Kettering, on Sunday, August 10 from 1-4 p.m. Interment at Dayton Memorial Gardens will be private. Bruce was active with the Columbus Landmarks Foundation so anyone wishing to commemorate his life, could do so by giving time or money to them at 61 Jefferson Ave., Columbus OH 43215 or to the humane society of your choice. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.routsong.com. Bohachek, Bruce Theodore (I628)
 
199 Book: According to Chuck Bobo's Bobo Family History, Revised June1990, this child is identified later in life in the Johnson history asLouisa Wilson? Johnson, Eliza (I2560)
 
200 Book: Bobo Family History , Draft Manuscript, Revised June 1990, by Charles Henry Bobo, states that James Graham was a Captain in the Revolutionary War and served under General Wayne. He was also said to be a Presbyterian. The dates given here for James Graham and his wives are extracted fom the book, The Bobo Family History, Draft Manuscript, Revised June 1990 by Charles Henry Bobo. The dates are from several different sources, people who have communicated with Mr.Bobo, and seem to conflict with one another. I have included them because they may provide clues for further research. The copy of James Graham's will is also extracted from this book. Meigs County, Ohio Will Book 1, pages 89-91. Will and Testament of James Graham dec'd. In the name of God Amen, I, James Graham of Rutland Township, in Meigs County & State of Ohio considering the uncertainty of thismortal life, and being of sound mind but weak in body, do make & publish this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, viz. First, I do give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Elizabeth Graham all the monies, Rights, Property, Goods of any kind whatsoever now due to me from John Black by his note bond or other instrument whatsoever. Also all the rents profits use or income of whatsoevername or nature arising from the lot or farm which I now live on in said Rutland & which I lately conveyed by deed to my son Henry Lasley Graham a minor during the natural life of her the said Elizabeth Graham. I also give and bequeath to her the said Elizabeth all my personal property, to wit: all the cows, Horses, sheep, swine or othercattle and also all household furniture of every name, nature, or description belonging to me together with all monies, dues, debts, ordemands of whatsoever name or nature. She the said Elizabeth is to pay and discharge all Just debts & demands that may be against me at my decease. I do also will and bequeath to each of my children, namely, Margaret Bobo, William Graham, John Graham, Sarah Carpenter, David Graham, Gabrel Graham, Susannah Caster, James R. Graham, Samuel Graham the sum of One dollar each to be Paid by my Executor out of mypersonal Property. I do also will & bequeath to my Daughter MaryGraham, twenty five dollars to be Paid by my said minor Son Henry L.Graham when he becomes of lawful age & comes into full possession of the premises before described. And I do hereby nominate & appoint Jonathan Lasley my sole Executor of this my last Will & Testament hereby revoking all former Wills by me made. In witness thereof, I have here unto set my hand and seal this eighth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty two. James L.Graham L.S. Seal Signed, Sealed, Published & declared by the above named James Graham to be his last Will and Testament in the presenceof us who have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses in presenceof the Testator. Samuel Downing George Downing Harrison Downing TheState of Ohio, Meigs County SS I do hereby certify the foregoing tobe a true copy of the last Will & Testament of James Graham dec'd aspresented in open Court & the execution thereof proven by the oaths ofGeorge Downing and Harrison Downing two of the subscribing witnesses thereto & the Court being satisfied from the testimony adduced that the Testator was at the time of executing the same of sound mind &memory & not under restraint Order that the same be recorded M.Bosworth Clerk Graham, James (I2043)
 

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