Anna Blosser

1831 Jan 16: Born. (1)

1851: Jacob C. Good marries Anna Blosser in Hocking Co., OH. (3,4)

1852 Feb 5: Same information, but with a different marriage date and a list of their children. (1)

  1853 ___ __: Jesse
  1855 Jun 11: Lydia
  1857 May 14: Amon
  1859 Dec 17: Magdalena "Mattie"
  1861 Aug 31: Demos B.
  1872 Mar 11: Anna

1853: They move to Allen Co., OH. (3)

1865 May: Jacob moves to Page Co., IA. (1)

1867 Dec 7: Jacob sells to Lydia Good a combined total of 90 acres in Sections 19 and 30 in Page Co., IA. Lydia is the wife Jacob's older brother David Good.

1869 Jul: Jacob is in Morgan Co., MO, where he is visited by his brother John S. (5)

1871 May 11: Jacob sells to Lydia Good 60 acres of Section 30 in Page Co., IA.

___________: The deed for this sale shows Jacob residing in Putnam Co., OH.

1907 Jan 6: Jacob dies in Allen Co., OH, buried Salem Mennonite Church. (3)

1908 May 27: Anna dies in New Stark, Hancock Co., OH at the home of her daughter Anna Feaser, buried Salem Mennonite Church. (4)

Notes

1. Ginny Traycik, "The Phyllis Fulk Collection," www.dgatx.com/family/peo...sfulkcollection.html (2007 Aug 10). Section JCG, p1.

2. Ginny Traycik, "The Phyllis Fulk Collection," www.dgatx.com/family/peo...sfulkcollection.html (2007 Aug 10). Section EGH, p48. Family relationships are inferred from names, dates of birth, and location.

3. "Obituary" in Herald of Truth, Vol. XLIV, No. 4 (Mennonite Church of North America, 1907 Jan), 24. Also www.mcusa-archives.o...07HT/01.03.1907.html (MennObits; accessed 2008 Jun 13). Jacob C. Good.

4. "Obituaries" in Gospel Herald, Volume I, No. 10 (Mennonite Church of North America, 1908 Jun 6), 159. Also www.mcusa-archives.o...ts/1908GH/jun08.html (MennObits; accessed 2008 Jun 13). Anna Blosser Good.

5. John S. Good, "A Visit to South Western Missouri" in Herald of Truth (Mennonite Church of North America, 1869 Aug). Also www.dgatx.com/family...pubs/1869/08/hs.html (2009 Jul 18).

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