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Peter Folk of Napoleon, Ohio
Posted by: earl osborn (ID *****5881) Date: August 21, 2009 at 11:00:23
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I am looking for any information on Peter Folk married to Caroline Mitchell (1885). They lived near Napoleon, Henry County, Ohio in the late 1800's. My Great Grandmother was Ella Folk and she married Aaron Lorenzo Damon May 9, 1894. She was born March 8, 1877.

Peter Folk was born in 1835 and he served with the 124th OVI in the Civil War. He died in 1903 in Holgate, Pleasant Twp, Henry County, Ohio

Peter and Caroline had at least six children of which one, my father and I are named after. They were Earl, Joe, Harvey, Susan, and Millie and Ella. Need all kinds of dates and where both births and deaths.

Ella I know was big in the Salvation Army in Adrian, Mich. She lived with one of her daughters in Adrian, Michigan. She used to walk about a mile or so almost every day to go and work at the Salvation Army. In March 1960 she was awarded the soldier of the month. This is where I got most of my information from.

There is not much else where that I have seen so far.

I am related through Aaron and Ella Damon and then Edward Damon, up that line. Then Maude Damon married Parker John Osborn of Holgate.

Need any and all help, please, I sure would appreciate the information. Thanks.
Earl Jr.


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