Samuel FORSHEY 1
- Born: 1846, Dexter, Monroe Co, OH 2 3
- Marriage (1): Nancy Jane SHAMBLEN on 25 Jan 1870 in Noble Co, OH 1
- Died: 1898, Red Oak, Montgomery Co, IA at age 52 4
- Buried: Hewitt Cem, Red Oak, Montgomery Co, IA 5
1850 OH CENSUS, Monroe Co., Elk Twp: Samuel Forshey, 4, was living with his parents, John and Debby Forshey, and 7 siblings. Everyone in the family was b. OH.
1860 OH CENSUS, Noble Co, Elk Twp, "Harriettsville" P. O.: Samuel Forshey, 13, attended school, was living with his parents, John & "Dibby" A. Forshey, and 7 siblings. All were b. OH.
Book 3, Page 100 - Forshey, Samuel to Eiler, John 28 Mar 1896 1:05
Book 16, Page 307 - Railroad addition lots 8 & 9 block 33 (selling his land?)
(Submitted by Melissa Hillstrom)
INFO FROM MELISSA HILLSTROM:
According to family stories, Samuel had farm land right behind the cemetery in Red Oak and Thomas Forshey had a farm next door to that land. (I am not sure if it was Thomas the son, when older, or Thomas, Samuels brother.)
MONTGOMERY CO, IA, WPA: Samuel Forshey 1850-1898 - South Cem., Grant Twp.
FIND A GRAVE - Hewitt Cem, Red Oak, Montgomery Co, IA
Nancy his wife
(Note: It appears that Samuel's birth year may be incorrect, since he is listed as age 4 in the 1850 Census. It also appears that Nancy's birth year is incorrect since she was listed as age 1 in the 1850 Census.)
Samuel married Nancy Jane SHAMBLEN, daughter of Frederick SHAMBLEN and Aseneth "Sena" WICKHAM, on 25 Jan 1870 in Noble Co, OH.1 (Nancy Jane SHAMBLEN was born about 1849 in Enoch Twp, Monroe Co, OH,6 died in 1892 in Red Oak, Montgomery Co, IA 4 and was buried in Hewitt Cem, Red Oak, Montgomery Co, IA 5.)