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Sandra: Thanks for the index info of the 1850 census. I'm not sure when I'll get a chance to get to the Fort Wayne library, so I got into Clermont County via USGenWeb's states Lists. Perhaps I can get a volunteer to give us a census reading.
I really haven't done a lot of personal research on this Philhower line. My connection is Jacob and Elizabeth's oldest daughter, Mary, who married Philip Huffman. Mary is buried in Woodard Cemetery, just east of Lapel Six or seven years ago I took a picture of Mary and Philip's grave site. At that time, Philips stone way upright, and Mary's was next to Philip's, laying on the ground, and in two pieces. I stopped at the cemetery this past summer, and Mary's stone is now encased in a metal frame and upright.
One problem, her marker is now not next to her husband, but in a completely different row.