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Orrin Prentice of Indiana and Ohio

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Orrin Prentice of Indiana and Ohio
By Linus Joseph Dewald Jr., Editor
Winter 2007 and Revised 8 Dec 2007

Orrin Prentice is #549 in our John-3 eBook. We are seeking information about his descendants and about the ancestors of his wife, Eva Patten. Here is what we have so far.

549. Orrin Prentice was b. 29 Apr 1850, in Ligonier, Noble, IN. Died, 1936, in Napoleon, Henry, OH. Census: 1850, in Swan, Noble, IN [1163]. Census: 1910, in Brooklyn, Jackson, MI. In 1906 a farmer in Brooklyn, MI and in the 1930s in Delta, OH. 1910 census in Columbia, Twp., Jackson Co., MI

He married Eva Patten. Born, circa 1857, in OH. Died, circa 1932. Burial in Burkey Cem. Census: 1910, in Brooklyn, Jackson, MI. She is probably the Eva E. Patten shown in the 1870 census in Richfield, Lucas Co., OH, as b. c. 1857, OH, dau. of William Patten (b. c. 1815, NY) and Lois (b. c. 1825, NY)

Children of Orrin and Eva:

  1. Sadie Prentice, b. c. 1883, OH. . . . . . . . . .[915]

  2. Orlin/Orlie Prentice, b. c. 1885, MI. He m. Edith I., b. c. 1889, MI. 1910 census in Columbia, Twp., Jackson Co., MI, living with his parents. 1920 census as Orlie Prentice in Somerset, Hillsdale Co., MI. 1930 census as Ollin Prentiss in Columbia, Jackson Co., MI. Children shown:
    1. Kenneth G. Prentice, b. 12 Feb 1908 and d. May 1968, Brooklyn, Jackson Co., MI (per census and SSDI which shows surname as Prentiss). At home in 1920 and 1930.
    2. Thelma L. Prentice, daughter, b. c. 1909-10, MI. At home in 1920 and 1930.
    3. Irene E. Prentice. b. c. 1914, MI. At home in 1920 and 1930.

  3. Leon Prentice b. c. 1886-1895. Not in 1920 or 1930 census. He may, or may not, be the Leon Prentiss shown in the SSD as b. 19 Jan 1895, who obtained his SS# in MI, and who d. Apr 1976 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI.

915. Sadie Prentice (Orrin, 549). She was b. c. 1883, OH. She appears in the 1930 census in Fulton, Fulton Co., OH

She married John Frybarger. He was b. May 1886, OH. He is shown in the 1900 census in Fulton, Fulton Co., OH, as b. c. 1886, OH, son of Samuel Frybarger (b. Oct 1843, PA, with his father b. in Germany and his mother in PA) and Jane Ann Agnew (b. Apr 1856, OH, with her father b. in NY and mother in OH). An Ancestor Chart for Samuel can be found at Ancestry.com .

The following biographical sketch for Samuel Frybarger can be found at Ancestry.com :

    Mr. Frybarger enlisted in Company K, 111th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Aug 15, 1862. he was a Private of Captain Jeremiah Bowlins, Company K, 111th Regiment of Ohio OVP. Pufty Vols. who was enrolled on the fifteenth day of August one thousand eight hlundred sixty two to serve three years of during the war is hereby discharged from the service of the United States this 27th day of June 1865 at Salisburyl, NC by reason of expiration of term of service.

    Around, 1870, Sam went to Tennessee to see about farming there. He had seen such large potatoes growing there while he was in the Union Army, that he thought it must be fertile ground. He soon found out that the people in Tennessee didn't care for "yankees' and Sam returned to northwestern Ohio. In 1875, Sam went to Pawnee County Kansas and secured a homestead there from the land office in Larned, Kansas. The Frybarger family remained there four years. Two years of protracted drought caused him to meet with entire failure of crops and he left Kansas.

    According to Sam's Civil War records, he was five feet eight inches tall, had dark hair and dark eyes. His occupation was farming.

    It is surmised that Sarah Ann Cook, second wife of Samuel, died in child birth with William Henry Frybarger, but this is not proven.

Children of Sadie and John:

  1. Wayne Frybarger, b. c. 1919. 1930 census at home in Fulton, Fulton Co., OH. Residence in Delta, OH. He married Charlotte Martineaux.

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