I need help! I'm searching for birth/death record for a relative of mine named Emma Matilda Tibbs (born Bryant). I have tried various search engines and genealogy sites... have found some info, but cant find what I need. Anyway, she was born abt. 1856 in Scioto County, Ohio. Thanks for your help!!!

Hey, folks. This is a bit of a long shot, but I am working with almost nothing here. I am looking for a family from the Corning are from the late 19th century. The mother and father both died, leaving an ancestor orphaned. He was later adopted, and it is believed that his name was changed. As you can imagine, this is a tough bit of research. Here is everything I have, from his own hand, with an interjection by myself in parentheses:

"I was born at Corning, Ohio in 1892 (note: some documents list August 20, and one says 1893.) My father was a coal miner. He was killed in a coal mine when I was a baby. My mother was killed on a railroad grack. She was carrying me in her arms at the time. When the train crew got to her she was dead. I was in here arms crying. I was placed in a childrens home and was adopted when I was six years old. Iw ent to work in a coal mine trapping and never had schooling. I knew a family by the name of Bownman who moved to Indiana, but I did not know where. The people who adopted me was very mean. I left them when I was small and walked to Indiana."

(The rest deals with his life after Ohio. His adopted name was Fred C Fischer.)

I know it isn't much, but a hint or a direction would be great. I live nowhere near Ohio, unfortunately, so in-person research probably isn't possible.

Looking for information on the death of my 3rd great grandfather, Thomas Boggs.  He is listed in the 1830 federal census, in Liberty Township, Butler Ohio.  He died sometime before the 1840 federal census.  I have been unable to find any record of his death (date, place, etc.).  He was married to Sarah (Willis) Boggs.  They had 10 children.  He immigrated to Ohio from Newberry, SC around 1810.  He was born in Ireland about 1762 and immigrated to America in 1772.

Was looking for help but it appears posts on here never get addressed.

Looking for my 2x's great grandmother Mary Ann Baker Hoare.  Immigrated from England to Quebec in 1869 with husband William, son William, and daughter Mary Ann. They had two more daughter's Emma and Victoria while in Ontario.  In 1876 the family arrived in Cleveland and William became a citizen in 1883.  According to a newspaper clipping William announced the divorce from Mary Ann and cited that she abandoned the family in June 1888.  William remarried Martha Mallet in 1892.  Any information would be much appreciated.  

Looking for records of great-grandmother, Mary Jane Kennedy-Green. She appears in 1860 census and assume she died before 1870. She gave birth to a child in 1862. Family is from Wesley Twp, Washington County, Ohio. 

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I know my ancestors, Baker, Acton, came to Ross County in the early 19th century...some in the late 18th before we were a state...  We are going to do a genealogy tour this spring.  Im having a hard time finding the old burying grounds.  My great x grandfather (died 1802) is buried in a cemetery on what is now private land....can you just go in?    Does anyone have other locations of early graveyards in the Bainbridge/Bourneville Ohio area?

Trying to find information on my ancestor Alfred Messick born 8 June 1818 in Jefferson County, possibly in the Irondale area.  He married Hannah Gillingham in 1839.  He was supposedly raised by a bachelor named Martin Adams.

My father's family (Sagstetter) moved to Columbus in the 1850's.
I'm trying to locate his ancestors from that time to the early 1900's.

I am trying to find info on Susannah Moore that married George Blazer in Columbiana, Ohio in 1824.  Who are her parents?
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