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Re: Cutshall/Cutchall in Ohio
Posted by: John Hand Date: January 01, 2002 at 17:49:14
In Reply to: Re: Cutshall/Cutchall in Ohio by Don Cutshaw of 346

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Date: 12/31/2001 5:20:48 PM US Eastern Standard Time
From: Betsnjohn
To: jules_tyler@yahoo.com, Freckls@home.com



To: Don Cutshaw and Julie Tyler
12/29/01

I've happened onto some additional information about our Cutshall ancestors. The father of George, Jacob, John, Valentine, Mary, William, and Conrad Cutshall was Daniel Gottschall. Apparently, he continued to use the German spelling of the surname. His sons apparently Americanized their surname in their own ways-Cutshall, Cutshaw, Cutschall.

Daniel Gottschall's father was Ludwig Gottschall. Ludwig's father was Peter Gottschall

I still have no clue as to the names of the mothers.

I have found that Jacob, my g-g-grandfather, was married six times. He married his first wife, Margaret Pollick, on January 12, 1826 They had two children (one boy and one girl) are noted in the 1830 census for Stark County, Canton, Ohio. I have found no further record of the children, so I presume that they died in infancy.. He married Lydia Sowers on October 5, 1833. Eight of Jacob's children (Elizabeth, Hannah, Malinda, Philip, Andrew, George W., Shannon, and Arnold) were the offspring of his second wife, Lydia Sowers. The first two marriages are recorded in Stark County, Ohio, Marriages 1808-1836.. The youngest son, Wilson T., was the son of Jemima Moore, Jacob's third wife. Jacob was married three more times, all during the 1850s, and, apparently, outlived them all. Jacob's other wives were Mary White (m. 1853); Jane Toland (m. 1856); and Elizabeth Pollock (m. 1858)

Jacob, Lydia, and the five children they had at the time moved from Stark County, Ohio, to Henry Township, Fulton County, Indiana, in 1841.

John (Jacob's brother) and his family moved to Fulton County a fairly short time later.

Jacob's brother John was married four times - to Jane ??? (have not found her birth date, marriage date, or surname). To Elizabeth Friday on 24 May 1824. (I have not found a dob or dod for her.) To Elizabeth Lieschtenwalter on 24 August 1829. She was born in 1814 and died in December 1849. To Jane Hood on 23 May 1850. Jane Hood was born in 1818 in Pennsylvania and died sometime before 1920 in Miami County, Pleasant Township, Indiana.

John and Elizabeth Lieschtenwalter had seven children: Rachel, Albert, Nicholas, William T., John, Leonard B., and Henry. According to the Indiana Mortality Table for 1850, Henry died at age 2 from "drinking poisoned water. Albert died when 3 months.

John and Jane Hood had one daughter, Eveline, who was born in 1854.

John Hand


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