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1851 They had 3 boys and 1 girl. Beishier, Sylvester Joseph (I9106)
1852 They had 3 boys. Beishier, William Joseph (I9751)
1853 They had 4 boys and 3 girls. Beishier, Helene (I9116)
1854 They had 4 girls and one boy. Beishier, Viola F (I9439)
1855 They had 5 children. Gibler, Ephriam (I6911)
1856 They had 6 boys and 3 girls according to David Bishir’s obituary. Bishir, Frank Roy (I3961)
1857 They had 6 children in 1880. Brown, Nancy (I10819)
1858 They had 6 daughters and two sons. Simerly, Leland Glen (I10335)
1859 They had 7 boys and 1 girl. Robertson, Theodore (I10936)
1860 They had 7 children, 5 living in 1900. Gould, Julia E. (I6481)
1861 They had 9 children.

Xenia Daily Gazette
Xenia, Ohio, Saturday, March 25, 1967

Mrs. George Engle

Services and burial will be held in Dayton Monday for a resident of that city who died Thursday, Mrs. Donna M. Engle, 66, of 2041 Maplegrove Ave., sister of Mrs. Pansy Marshall of Xenia.

Services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the Hoyne Funeral Home, 1817 E. Third St., with burial to be in Willowview Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday from 3 to 9 p.m.

Mrs. Engle also is survived by her husband, George; five daughters, four sons, another sister, 21 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. 
Taylor, Donna M (I1662)
1862 They had 9 children: Frederick, George (III), Margaret, Susannah, John, Andrew, Peter, Michael, Sarah. Heyl, Elizabeth (I17)
1863 They had 9 children: Tom, John D. (never married, bd. Hartford Memorial Pk.), Will, Henry, Ace (bd. Hartford Memorial Pk.), Mace (bd. Hartford Memorial Pk.), Carl J. (b. 1879, d. 13 Jul 1959, Hartford Mem. Pk., m. Lizzie Evans: 5 children),
Kate (b. 1871, d. 1918 Jenny Lind, m. Mont Radden: 15 children), Mattie (m. Haney). 
Harkey, Sarah Elizabeth "Sallie" (I1736)
1864 They had a boy and a girl. Beishier, Amanda M. (I9111)
1865 They had a boy and a girl. Todd, Merle Lee (I10356)
1866 They had a boy and a girl. private (I10406)
1867 They had a boy and two girls. Maston, Esther Lucille (I10444)
1868 They had a girl and two boys. Beishier, Jeremiah “Jerry” A. (I9114)
1869 They had a total of three sons and three daughters. Holmes, Samuel Ash (I10341)
1870 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3690)
1871 They had no children.

Clarence was attending school in Washington Co., Indiana in 1900. 
Scifres, Clarence Edgar (I6044)
1872 They had one child. Beishier, George P (I9722)
1873 They had one girl and two boys. Chaves, John (I10361)
1874 They had six children. Whitney, Jane (I993)
1875 They had six girls and three boys. Todd, Almyra Jane (I10378)
1876 They had three boys. Sturgeon, Gladys Aillen (I10437)
1877 They had three children: Martin, Hannah, and Anne. Heyl, Jacob (I13)
1878 They had three other daughters.

The death certificate for his son William H. lists George’s birthplace as Paragould, Arkansas. 
Beishier, George A. (I9099)
1879 They had two boys and a girl. Becknell, John Henry (I10516)
1880 They had two boys and two girls. Barclay, John Dale (I10453)
1881 They had two boys. private (I10405)
1882 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3691)
1883 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3703)
1884 They had two girls and a boy. Pitzl, Louis (I10432)
1885 They had two sons. Simerly, Maurice Bell (I10337)
1886 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2717)
1887 They lived in Brownsville, Saline Co., Missouri in 1880 and Sweet Springs City, Saline, Missouri in 1900 and 1910 and Salt Pond, Saline, Missouri in 1920. Lee, William A. (I7619)
1888 They lived in Buckeye, California. Ely, Benjamin F. (I8355)
1889 They lived in Calabasas Twp., Los Angeles, CA in 1900.

JOHN EGBERT GRANT, 90 pioneer resident of the "West "Valley, died Friday at his home, 7660 Owensmouth Ave, Canoga Park. The funeral service will be conducted by Rev William Koehjer at 2 pm tomorrow in the Canoga Park Community Church. Burial will be in the Oakwood cemetery under direction of the Pralswater Canoga Park Funeral Home. Mr Grant, who had lived in the vicinity of Canoga Park 55 years, is survived by his widow, by one son, John R Grant, Jr , and by six married daughters Viola Penland, Pearl Stokes, Clara Tucker, Jennie Frye, Dela Driscoll and Jean Hill all ol Canoga Park.

Publication: The Van Nuys News iLocation: Van Nuys, California, Issue Date: Monday, May 6, 1946, Page: Page 5 
Grant, John Robert Sr. (I9031)
1890 They lived in Cleveland in 1940. Kiefer, Frank (I6319)
1891 They lived in Clinton Co. in 1900 and 1910 and in Westboro, Clinton Co., Ohio when Columbus died. Taylor, Columbus C. (I1556)
1892 They lived in Clinton Co. in 1900. William served for 3 years in the 24th Ohio, Company I during the Civil War. William was a cooper and was still making barrels at age 75 or older.

--------- (Provided by Mark Sebastian)

William Bishir was born Aug 19, 1841 at Lynchburg, Ohio. He was the son of Jonathan and Elizabeth Spigerd Bishir.

During the Civil War, he served four years in the service of his country, and was honorably discharged. He was a member of Company 1, 24th Regiment, also a member of the Hancock Corp and was honorably discharged from same.

William Bishir has spent his entire life in this community. In 1866 he was united in the bonds of Holy Matrimony to Judia Boyland. To this union there was born 12 children, five dying in early childhood. In 1922, John, a son, passed away.This son was also a soldier, having served thirty years in the service. His body is interred in the Phillipine Islands.

Mr. Bishir was a member of the Disciples of Christ Church, having united with said church in his early years. He was a man who was deeply loved by his wife and children who will always cherish his memory and to his wife, his companion for 67 years there will be an emptiness which cannot be filled.

Mr. Bishir leaves to mourn his passing Mrs. Zella Shaffer of Lynchburg, Mr. William Bishir of Springfield, Ohio, Mrs Bessie Keifer of Dayton, Ohio, Mr Ben Bishir of Dayton, Ohio, Mrs Hazel Fry of Lynchburg and Louis Bishir, a son, living at home. Louis is also a World War veteran.

William Bishir passed away at his home in Lynchburg, Ohio on Wednesday morning, January 17, 1934 at the ripe age of 92 yrs. Services conducted at home by Rev. Walter W. Larson of the Lutheran Church. Interment at Masonic Cemetary, Lynchburg, Ohio.

"Sunset and evening star,
and one clear call for me!
And may there be no moaning of the bar,
when I put out to sea,
but such a tide as moving seems asleep,
too full for sound and foam,
when that which drew from out the boundless dee
turns agian home.
Twilight and evening bell,
and after that the dark!
And may there be no sadness of farewell when I embark;

For though from out our borne of time and place,
The flood may bear me far,
I hope to see my piolt face to face
When I have crossed the bar.

Research Notes: William is listed as 6 years old in 1850, and 16 in 1860, and 26 in 1870, and 34 in 1880. But his death cert lists his birth date as 19 Aug 1840 - not too likely. 
Bishir, William (I1642)
1893 They lived in Crittendon, Kentucky in 1955. Stanforth, Robert Dean (I6246)
1894 They lived in Dodson Twp., Highland Co. Ohio in 1850, 1860 and 1870. They lived next door to Caroline’s sister, Elizabeth Bishir, in 1850, and next door to or very near to Caroline’s parents in all three censuses. Gibler, William (I6901)
1895 They lived in Farmersville, California in 1870.

From Jennie Wright:

Soundex for 1880 CA: could not find Charles or Arna Frances

Found two children that could be theirs:
John R. Monroe, County Monterey, Alisul twp? Vol 6, ED 54, Sheet 13 Line 45
Male age 5; Born CA

Ana? Pearl; County Monterey; Alesal Twp; Vol 6; Ed 54; Sheet 13 line 47

Soundex 1900: need to check
Charles Monroe ( 64-5-71) I don't remember what the nos stand for.
(11/2/98 at the state library checked the 1900 Soundex M560 and did not find Charles)

Soundex 1910: need to check

1890 not listed in "The California 1890 Great Register of Voters Index, Volume 1 A-Gh; compiled by the California State Genealogical Alliance; published by Heritage Quest 2001

Charles Monroe age 67 died 4-10-1906 no 9862 (born abt 1843-would have been 63 in 1906)
Charles D. Monroe age 77 died 6-4-1918 no 21229 (born 1843 would have been 75 in 1918) 
Monroe, Charles (I1525)
1896 They lived in Hamer Twp., Highland Co., Ohio in 1870. Wilkins, Joseph (I6978)
1897 They lived in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1957. Sutherland, Ray (I7048)
1898 They lived in Kewanna, Indiana in 1949.

The Logansport Pharos, Logansport, Indiana, Tues, Sep 22, 197
Ruth Crabill
ROCHESTER — Ruth Crabill, 93, Canterbury Manor Nursing Home, died at 1:50 a.m. today in Chase Convalescent Center, Logansport, where she had been a patient several weeks. She was born Jan. 30, 1894, in Fulton County to Silas and Jane Bisher Milliser. She was married June 28, 1913, in Rochester to Lester R. Crabill, who died in May of 1968. She had lived most of her life in Fulton County. Surviving are a son, Ermal L., Kewanna; a stepdaughter, Savilla Dukes, Muskegon, Mich.; four grandchildren; 21 greatgrandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. Five sisters and three brothers preceded in death. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday in Foster & Good Funeral Home, with the Rev. Donald Maughan officiating. Burial will be in Moon Cemetery, west of Rochester. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday and from 9 a.m. until the hour of service Friday in the funeral home. 
Milliser, Ruth (I3417)
1899 They lived in Los Angeles, California. Bisher, Meril (I9485)
1900 They lived in Midland, Arkansas. Mendenhall, Fannie Belle (I1682)

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