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  1. George Defenbaugh: Birth: 1807 in Tulpenhocken, Berks Co., PA. Death: 12 Feb 1848

  2. Peter Defenbaugh: Birth: 27 Aug 1808 in Perry, Fairfield, OH. Death: 19 May 1865 in Tarlton, PIckaway Co.,OH

  3. Mary Magdalena Defenbaugh: Birth: 22 Dec 1809 in Fairfield Co, OH. Death: 28 Jan 1847 in Allen Co., OH

  4. Mariah Defenbaugh: Birth: 6 Nov 1811. Death: 1891

  5. SARAH Defenbaugh: Birth: *11 Jan 1812 in Fairfield,Oh. Death: 17 Oct 1882 in Shell Rock near Madison, Greenwood Co, Ks

  6. Leah Defenbaugh: Birth: ABT 1815 in <, York Co., Pa>. Death: 22 Mar 1860 in DeWitt Co., IL

  7. Lydia Defenbaugh: Birth: 18 Aug 1818 in Perry Twp, Hocking Co., OH. Death: 2 Aug 1902 in Laurelville, Pickaway Co., OH

  8. Daniel N. Defenbaugh: Birth: 30 Jun 1820 in Oh. Death: 28 Apr 1900 in OH

  9. Adam Defenbaugh: Birth: 25 Jun 1822 in OH. Death: 1822

  10. David Defenbaugh: Birth: 16 May 1824 in Laurelville, Hocking, OH. Death: 4 Jul 1905 in Raymore, Cass Co., MO

  11. Hannah Defenbaugh: Birth: 12 Sep 1826 in Fairfield Co, OH. Death: 1915


Notes
a. Note:   NOTE: Some researchers have birth date of 23 Dec 1789 1786 born Dauphin Co., PA 1797 circa, to OH 1800 married in Fairfield Co., OH 1820 census Perry, Fairfield Co., OH 1830 census Perry, Fairfield Co., OH 1840 census Perry, Fairfield Co., OH 1850 census Perry, Hocking Co., OH 1860 census Perry, Hocking Co., OH 1870 census Perry, Hocking Co., OH 1873 died Hocking Co., OH
  LDS Ancestral File.
  Roland F. Maharry, same data.
  NOTE: Paxtang is 3 miles north of Harrisburg, PA
  Findagrave.com 59567784
  Pickaway County, Ohio Families. page 193. Defenbaugh Families Submitted by Lois D. Jones. Daniel Dieffabaugh (1786-1871), youngest child of George and Mary, married Hannah Culp; he was a farmer and cabinet maker, and made several pipe organs (one for the Presbyterian Church in Circleville, Ohio), as well as drums fo the Union Army under contract during the Civil War. It was related that on the journey to Ohio, a fiddle belonging to his brother, Adam, fell out of a covered wagon and rolled under the wheels, being smashed into 42 pieces. Daniel gathered up the fragments, put them in a grain sack, and upon reaching Ohio, glued them together so well that the fiddle was in use for many years thereafter. The children of Daniel and Hannah were George S., Peter, Mary Magdelena, Mary, Sarah, Leah, Lydia, Daniel N., Adam, David, and Hannah. Daniel, his mother Mary, and wife Hannah were all buried in Stumpf Cemetery.
  Douglas D. Deal, deal2reno@peoplepc.com - b 17 Dec 1786 Dauphin Co, PA. Died 3 Mar 1873 in Hocking Co., OH; buried Laurelville, Stumpf Cemetery, Hocking Co, OH.
  NOTE: "Fairfield Co,OH. Madison Twp. was created on June 3, 1812 from Clearcreek Twp. It was named for President James Madison and at that time contained what is now Perry Twp of Hocking County. It became the size it is today on Mar 11, 1819, when the lower 6 sections of the township were given to Perry Twp in Hocking Co. It is the most sparsely populated twp of Fairfield Co. In legal terms it is known as Township 13 of Range 19. Some early settlers of the twp were Ewel Shaeffer, Matthew Young, Robert Young, and ADAM DEFFENBAUGH. Isaac Shaeffer built the first saw mill."
  US Genweb. "Ye Ancient Swains are early Fairfield County marriages that were abstracted from the Lancaster Gazette. They cover a time period of 1801 thru July of 1836. The first marriage was found in Fairfield Co in Nov 1800 (Recorders Office, Deed Book A). A license is not recorded for all marriages and marriage returns are not available for all licenses issued. Defienbaugh, Daniel-Hannah Culp Dec 1806."
  Ibid. "Fairfield County Marriages 1800-1811. The following records have been compiled from a variety of Fairfield Co sources including records from the Fairfield Co Recorder's Office......Deefenbach, Daniel//Culp,Hannah; license 22____1806 "by consent of her father present"; PAA-25 (PAA = Probate Marriage Book A part A) Defenback, Daniel//Culp, Hannah; 23 Dec 1806; John Julian,JP, Clearcreek Twp; PAA-25."
  Marriage Records Fairfield County 1803-1865. Book D, (typed sheet) Deefebash (sic), Daniel m. Culp, Hannah. Dec 22, 1806 Licence(sic). Defenbark (sic), Daniel m. Culp, Hannah. Dec. 23, 1807 by John Julias (sic)
  http://cousinsall.com/uploads/DESCENDANTS_LIST.doc married 23 Dec 1806, Clearcreek Twp., Fairfield Co.,OH. Justice of the Peace John Julian.
  1820 US Census, Ohio, Fairfield Co., Perry Twp. Danl Deffebaugh. Males: to 10 2; 10 - 16 1; 26-45 1. Females: to 10 3; 10-16 2; 26-45 1.
  1830 US Census, Ohio, Fairfield Co., Perry. Daniel Devenbaugh,,Males under 5 2; 40-50 1. Females under 5 1; 10-15 1; 15-20 1; 20-30 1; 40 50 1.
  1840 US Census, Ohio, Fairfield Co., Perry. Daniel Defebaugh. Males: Under 5 2, 10-15 2, 15-20 2, 30-40 1. Females: 5-10 1, 30-40 1.
  1850 US Census, Ohio, Hocking Co., Perry. 14 Sept 1850. 854 863. Daniel Defenbaugh, age 63, male, Carpenter, RE $2000, PA. Hannah, age 63, female, PA.
  1860 US Census, Ohio, Hocking Co., Perry. p 15, 9 Aug 1860. 110 110. Danl Defenbaugh, age 76, farmer, RE $3000, $700, PA. Hannah, age 74, female, PA.
  1870 US Census, Ohio, Hocking Co., Perry. p 30, 24 Aug 1870. 234 234. Defebaugh, Dan'l. age 84, male, white, at home infirm, RE $5000, personal $350, PA.
  Rootsweb.com WorldConnect Isabel Defenbaugh, isadefenbaugh@hotmail.com Notes from Researcher Lloyd Irgang: Daniel, the youngest of these pioneers to Ohio, was reputed to be one of the best carpenters in that community. It is related that on the journey from Pennsylvania, as one of the wagons was going up a mountain, a fiddle fell out of it and rolled beneath the wheels of another wagon to be smashed into 42 pieces. Daniel gathered up the pieces in a grain sack, and at the end of the journey glued them back together so well that the fiddle was in use for many years thereafter. At any rate, he made a very high grade glue, and was interested in musical instruments. Like his uncle Jacob in Pennsylvania, he built pipe organs (one of which is in Circleville, Ohio) and during the Civil War made drums under the contract of the Union Army. As a cabinet maker he excelled and so frequently was called upon to make coffins that he became practically an undertaker, an occupation followed by four generations and now represented by Defenbaugh's Funeral home in Circleville, Ohio. As a clue to where Daniel learned to build organs is provided by the tradition that his older brother Adam once built an organ for a church at Lilly Chapel, Ohio. Back in Pennsylvania upon his father's death, Adam chose as guardian his uncle Jacob, the original pipe organ builder of Tulpehocken. It is likely that Adam learned from his uncle and then later taught his youngest brother who may have been his apprentice.
  http://cousinsall.com/uploads/DESCENDANTS_LIST.doc Dieffenbach Cousins Website Daniel Defenbaugh was born 19 January 1786, in Pennsylvania. His parents were John George Defenbaugh and Mary Eva Magdalena Kapp. Daniel married Hannah Culp on 23 December 1806, in Clearcreek Township, Fairfield Co., Ohio. They were married by Justice of the Peace John Julian. Daniel and Hannah had eleven children: George Defenbaugh, b: 1807; Peter Defenbaugh, b: 1808; Mary Magdalena Defenbaugh, b: 1809; Mary Defenbaugh, b: 1811; Sarah Defenbaugh, b: 1812; Leah Defenbaugh, b: 4 Jan 1815; Lydia Defenbaugh, b: 1818; Daniel N. Defenbaugh, b: 1 Jul 1820; Adam Defenbaugh, b: 1823; David Defenbaugh, b: 1824; and Hannah Defenbaugh, b: 12 Sep 1826. Daniel Defenbaugh died 3 March 1873, in Ohio. Daniel is buried in the Stump Cemetery, Laurelville, Ohio
  http://cousinsall.com/uploads/THE_WAY_WE_WERE.doc Daniel Defenbaugh B: 21 Dec 1786 D: 3 Mar 1873 By: George Lloyd Irgang Daniel, the youngest of these pioneers to Ohio, was reputed to be one of the best carpenters in that community. It is related that on a journey from Pennsylvania, as one of the wagons was going up a mountain, a fiddle fell out of it and rolled beneath the wheels of another wagon to be smashed into 42 pieces. Daniel gathered up the pieces in a grain sack, and at the end of the journey glued them back together so well that the fiddle was in use for many years thereafter. At any rate, he made a very high grade glue, and was interested in musical instruments. Like his uncle, Jacob in Pennsylvania, he built pipe organs (one of which is in Circleville, Ohio) and during the Civil War made drums under contract of the Union Army. As a cabinetmaker he excelled and so frequently was called upon to make coffins that he became practically an undertaker, an occupation followed by four generations and now represented by Defenbaugh’s Funeral home in Circleville, Ohio. A clue to where Daniel learned to build pipe organs is provided by the tradition that his older brother Adam once built an organ for a church at Lilly Chapel, Ohio. Back in Pennsylvania upon his father’s death, Adam chose as guardian his uncle Jacob, the original pipe organ builder of Tulpehocken. It is likely that Adam learned from his uncle and then later taught his youngest brother who may have been his apprentice.
  Findagrave.com Daniel Kapp Defenbaugh Birth: Dec. 17, 1786 Paxtang Dauphin County Pennsylvania, USA Death: Mar. 3, 1873 Pickaway County Ohio, USA About 1803 Four Defenbaugh Brothers plus their Sister Jane and their Mother Eva Maria Magdalena Kapp traveled from Pennsylvania to the Lauralville area of Ohio. Last Name can be spelled Defabaugh Deffenbaugh Dieffabaugh Defenbach and many more. Marriage info.DEEFENBACH, Daniel CULP, Hannah; license 22 ___ 1806 "by consent of her father present. DEFENBACK, Daniel CULP, Hannah; 23 Dec 1806; John Julian, JP, Clearcreek Twp. Married 12 23 1806 in Clearcreek Fairfield Co. Ohio. Daniel K. was a mill-wright, operating a mill on Moccasin Run for many years. Daniel Defenbaugh was born 1786, in Pennsylvania. His parents were John George Defenbaugh and Mary Eva Magdalena Kapp. They had at Least 11 Children. 1. George S. DEFENBAUGH, b. 1807 d. 1848; m. 25 Mar 1827 Fairfield Co Hannah Thomas 2. Peter DEFENBAUGH, b. 08 27 1808 d. 05 09 1865 3. Mary Magdalene DEFENBAUGH, b. 12 22 1809; d. 01 28 18474. Adam DEFENBAUGH, b. 1810 d. 1880 5. Maria Mary DEFENBAUGH b. 11 06 1811 d.12 27 1881 DeWitt Co. Illinois Married Robert Field 04 13 1828 in Ohio. 6. Sarah DEFENBAUGH, b. 01 11 1812; d. 10 17 1882 7. Leah DEFENBAUGH, b. 4 Jan 1815; d. 22 Mar 1860 DeWitt Co IL; m. 10 Oct 1836, Ross Co., OH, Bayard GRIFFITH (1815-1890) 8. Lydia DEFENBAUGH, b.08 18 1818 d. 08 02 1902 9. Daniel N. DEFENBAUGH, b. 10 June 1820 d. 23 Sep 1890; m. 24 Dec 1840, Hannah E. BUTLER (1818-1900) 10. David DEFENBAUGH, b. 16 May 1823 d. 4 Jul 1905 Cass Co. MO m. 25 Apr 1844, Pickaway Co., OH, Mary Magdalene ZEHRING (1817-1903) 11. Hannah DEFENBAUGH B. 02 12 1826 d. 06 14 1915 Family links: Parents: Johann George Dieffabaugh (1741 - 1788) Mary Eve Magdalene Kapp Dieffabaugh (1745 - 1806) Spouse: Hannah Culp Dieffabaugh (1786 - 1864) Children: Peter Defenbaugh (1808 - 1865) Maria Mary Defenbaugh Field (1811 - 1891) Sarah Defenbaugh Long (1812 - 1882) Leah Defenbaugh Griffith (1815 - 1860) Lydia Defenbaugh Markel (1818 - 1902) Daniel N Defenbaugh (1820 - 1890) David Defabaugh (1823 - 1905) Hannah Defabaugh Smart (1826 - 1915) Siblings: Adam Dieffenbach (1715 - 1849) Elizabeth Diefenbach Shupe (1763 - 1825) Anna Catherine Dieffenbach Morr (1766 - 1843) Johann George Defenbaugh (1768 - 1849) John Kapp Deffenbaugh (1782 - 1863) Anna Christianna Defenbaugh (1783 - 1804) Jane Defenbaugh (1783 - 1804) Daniel Kapp Defenbaugh (1786 - 1873) **Half-sibling Burial: Stumpf Cemetery Pickaway County Ohio, USA Created by: Scotty P Record added: Oct 03, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 59567784


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