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Posted by: victoria bennett (ID *****7328) Date: June 24, 2010 at 10:06:55
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The following is information that I have on the Shocks of OH. Peter Shock, Sr. is the son of George Shock b: 1770 in Pennsylvania d: in Coshocton Co., Ohio, if any of this sounds familiar to anyone out there please contact me, have been looking for info on this line for a very long time and some friends hooked my up with genealogy to help with my search. Thank you everyone for your possible help.

•Name: Peter SHOCK , Sr.
•Sex: M
•Birth: 5 FEB 1800 in Somerset, Allegheny Co., Pa
•Death: 13 NOV 1895 in Blackcreek Twp., Rockford, Mercer Co., Ohio
•Residence: ABT. 1846 Moved from Somerset Co., PA to Allen Co., OH
•Event: Residence (2) Amanda Twp., Allen Co., Ohio
•Event: Church One of the organizers of Honey Run United Brethern Church, Allen Co., Ohio 10
•Occupation: Farmer
•Burial: Fountain Chapel Methodist Church, outside Rockford, Mercer Co., Ohio
•Event: Residence (3) Moved from Allen Co., OH to Mercer Co., OH
•Event: Politics Democrat
•Event: Residence (4) 1836 Lived in Coshocton Co., OH
•Event: Census 1840 1840 Chili, Crawford Twp.
•Event: Residence (5) 1892 Lived with their daughter, Mrs. Sarah Wagoner in Blackcreek Twp., Mercer Co., OH
•Medical Information: Was possibly blind part of his life.
•Note: From A PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD OF ALLEN AND PUTNAM COUNTIES, OHIO, Published in Chicago by A.W. Bowen & Co., 1896


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