|Margaret NEFF was born on 3 Jun 1787 in PA - Northampton/Lehigh
Co. - Heidelberg Tp.12961,13204 She moved to Trumbull/Mahoning
Co. OH from Heidelberg PA area about 1804.2977
She had first child, Henry Petry Jr. in 1810 in OH.4823 She was an early member of the Zion Lutheran and
Reformed Church in 1810 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.406 She lived in a log cabin that her husband built while
he served in the War of 1812 in 1812.13205
She had to chase wolves from the cabin at night & carry grain by horseback to
a distant mill in 1812.13206
She had daughter, Rebecca Petry [1.Reuben Troxel 2.Mrs. Jeremiah P. Snyder]
in 1823 in OH.294 She was
named in her father Conrad Neff's will on 29 Apr 1829.12948 She appeared in the census in 1850 in OH - Mahoning
Co. - Austintown Tp.13207
She lost her husband Henry Petry Sr. at 69y 2m on 8 Mar 1852.13208 She lost her son Henry Petry Jr. at 42y 15d on 3
May 1852.4823 She appeared
in the census on 19 Jun 1860 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.13209 She was buried in Sep 1868 in OH - Mahoning Co.
- Canfield - Old North Cemetery - Old Section - Row 12.13210 She died at 81y 3m 13ds on 16 Sep 1868.4823 She.13211
Parents: Conrad NEFF and Mary Magdalena WEAVER.|
Margaretha (Maria) NEFF was born on 29 Dec 1789. Parents: Ulrich NEFF and Dorothea GABEL.
Maria NEFF was born on 27 Apr 1759 in PA - Philadelphia Co. - Frankfort.1615 She was christened on 18 May 1860 in PA - Philadelphia Co. - Frankfort - First Reformed Church.1615 She died had a notation "obit" in the register of the First Reformed Church in PA - Philadelphia Co. - Frankfort.1615 Parents: Hans Rudolph (Rudolph) NEFF and Anna NÜSSLI.
Maria (Mary) NEFF was born about 1764 in PA.8979 She was born on 1 Jun 1791 in PA - Northampton/Lehigh Co. - Heidelberg Tp.2924,12961,13214 She moved to Trumbull/Mahoning Co. OH from Heidelberg PA area about 1804.2977 She was an early member of the Zion Lutheran and Reformed Church in 1810 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.406 She lost her first husband Jacob Harding who died at 40y 1m 1d on 12 Dec 1826.635 She was named in her father Conrad Neff's will; husband Henry Crum was named co-executor on 29 Apr 1829.13046 She signed for underage daughter Peggy to marry Isaac Strock; step-son Henry got license at same time on 17 Jan 1832.13215 She saw a double wedding for - daughter Peggy & Isaac Strock & step-son Henry Crum Jr. & Sally Smith on 19 Jan 1832.5553 She knew of a deed of land sale for Jacob's estate; 2 married daughters sold their shares to son John on 8 Jun 1833.9044 She appeared in the census on 2 Nov 1850 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Smith's Corners.13216 She lost her 2nd husband Henry Crum at 73y 6m 17d on 15 Oct 1851.5555 She appeared in the census on 19 Jun 1860 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Smith's Corners.13217 She was buried in Nov 1870 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield - Old North Cemetery - Old Section - Row 14.13218 She died at 79y 5m 17d on 18 Nov 1870 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.2462 She had 5 step-children from Henry Crum - John, Jonathan, Lydia, Henry and Samuel.5561 Parents: Conrad NEFF and Mary Magdalena WEAVER.
Spouse: Jacob HARDING. Jacob HARDING and Maria (Mary) NEFF were married on 29 May 1808 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co.9047 They were married.8979 Children were: Maria M. (Polly/Mary) HARDING, John HARDING, Samuel HARDING, Rebecca (Peggy) HARDING, Lydia HARDING, Mary Ann HARDING.
Maria NEFF was born about 1792. Parents: Ulrich NEFF and Dorothea GABEL.
Maria "Anna" NEFF was born about 1744 in PA - Northampton/Lehigh Co. - Heidelberg Tp.3220 She died at 54y about 1798 in PA - Northampton/Lehigh Co. - Heidelberg Tp.3220 She was buried about 1798 in PA - Northampton/Lehigh Co. - Heidelberg Tp.3220 Parents: Ulrich (Hans Ulrich) (Ulrich II) NEFF and Elizabeth OTT.
Maria S. NEFF was born about 1846.3220 Parents: George NEFF and Susanna HUNDWARKY.
Living. Parents: Charles John I NEFF and Evelyn Ruth HALL.
Marjorie Rebecca NEFF was born on 15 Nov 1905 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield.4262,13219,13220 She died at 93y 10m 27d on 12 Oct 1999 in PA - Berks Co. - Wyomissing.13219 She had an obituary in Oct 1999.12997 She was buried on 24 Oct 1999 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield - Canfield Village Cemetery - Section C Row 10.13221 Parents: Cyrus Henry NEFF and Melvia WATERS.
Martha NEFF was born on 20 Aug 1844 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Smith's Corners.219,2948 She appeared in the census in 1880 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Smith's Corners.13222 She died at 71y 10m 23d on 12 Jul 1896 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Smith's Corners.2948,13223 She was buried in Jul 1896 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Smith's Corners Cemetery - Unmarked.13223,13224 She had a death notice in the Mahoning Dispatch on 24 Jul 1896.13225 Parents: Jonathan "Jonas" NEFF and Sarah (Sally) ROW.
Martha Mae (Mae) NEFF was born in Mar 1883 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.12214,12869 She died in 1977.12214 She was buried in 1977 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Four Mile Run Cemetery - New - Section 4 Row 16.12214 Parents: John "Wallace" NEFF and Harriet (Hattie) RICHARDS.
Martin NEFF was born on 25 Mar 1827 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.12884,13227 Source:
Note: In 1845 one section of Trumbull County and one section of Columbiana County combined and formed Mahoning County. From Pat Wiant on 14 July 2003
("Canfield City and Township 2002 Community Map and Information Guide" prepared by Canfield City Officials and Canfield Township Trustees states, "Canfield was part of Trumbull County until 1846, when the counties in the area were redefined and Mahoning County emerged as a new county."
A fragment of another obituary (unknown source) from "Robert H. Neff's Bits and Pieces"
NEW COPY BEING REQUESTED
"CANFIELD MAN, AGE 95, TAKEN"
Memories about Martin Neff from Family Members
Marjorie Whittle says, "Great Grandfather Martin Neff, a cattle man, also born in 1827, made his home during his later years with my grandparents (Harriett and John E. Neff) and shared a room with Grandfather (John Sanzenbacher) where they rested and slept by a large coal fireplace. Both grandfathers, as I recall, were quiet men. Great Grandfather Neff died in 1922 when my father (Cy) and I lived with my grandparents. Baked white potatoes, baked in an open coal stove oven, were one of their favorite foods."
Uncle Ed was ten when Martin died and he remembers that he was a man who seemed to have a love for everyone. He was a man who was respected for his great old age of 95. Uncle Ed also remembers his wonderful white beard and antique cane.
Robert Neff, my father, was six years old when his great-grandfather died. He remembers him as a gentle, giant with huge hands and a very pleasant disposition. Dad also remembers that he still talked in old English and this was funny. For example, Martin would say a sentence similar to this: "Where are you going says I?" Dad says that he stayed with John Sanzenbacher in a back room where there was a large coal fireplace. He enjoyed popping popcorn and visiting with neighbors. No liquor for Martin. Robert also remembers that Martin was a great gardener.
From Mahoning Weekly Herald 7-1-1862 - Reprinted Canfield News 8-27-1993
"At the Canfield Fair, October 1862 Martin Naff received a 50-cent premium for his sugar beets, and another 25 cents for his best mangel-wurzels."
Note: Mangel-wurzels were large yellow-orange beets grown extensively for food for cattle.
Martin would have been 34 years old. "The first Canfield Fair was held on October 5, 1847 (Martin was 19 at that time) as a one day event with livestock tethered along Broad Street, produce displayed and meetings held in the Congregational Church. One hundred fifty dollars was earmarked for prizes. In 1851, the fair moved to its present location on State Route 46. By 1855, the number of exhibits and the number of attendants had grown so large that the fair was extended to three days."
J.L.N. 2002" and Canfield City and Township 2002 Community Map and Information Guide" prepared by Canfield City Officials and Canfield Township Trustees
Catherine Wilson and Martin Neff Farm
One and a half miles East of Canfield on South side of Route 224
(Just west of Loghurst and about where the entry road to Wendy's Restaurant is now located; across from Frame Village)
Photo circa 1885 Home demolished in 1999
In this photo Martin is noted by a X. Also believed to be in the photo are his wife Catherine Wilson Neff and her nephew, Thomas Stratford, whom they raised after Tom's mother died. (Tom's mother was Margaret Wilson Stratford, sister of Caroline, who died in 1881.) Tom was born in 1880, so he would have been about four in this photo and can be seen in front of Catherine. Later this became known as the Stratford Farm, as Catherine willed it to Thomas.
This is probably the oldest family photo we have.
Others in the photo are unnamed, but according to birth and marriage dates, they could be John E. and Hattie Neff; Sylvanus and Caroline Beard; Floyd and Mary Blackburn; or Charles and Lois Edsall.
Robert Hudson Neff, Catherine and Martin's great grandson
In front of Catherine and Martin Neff Farm,
Just one week before it was demolished
27 Sep 1999
The home appears to have been altered. In the original photo, there are eyebrow windows in the one and a half story structure, but in the later picture, the house has been raised to a full two-story home with full windows.
***Source Catherine's Will
Notes: Elizabeth "Betsey" Kline Neff died here 1877 obit
Pat Sabo's idea See Richard Ulrich
Dad Others in Photo; John E. born 1849 36 yrs.
Caroline and Sylvanus Beard/ Mary and Floyd Blackburn/ Lois and Charles Edsall dates fit
28 Mar 1888
"The Mahoning County Agricultural Society has purchased five acres adjoining the fair grounds on the south of Martin Neff and a half-mile racetrack will be built. S.B. Parshal has the contract."
From "Mahoning Dispatch" 25 Years Ago Column (28 Mar 1913)
03 July 1889
Drillers for coal are at work on Martin Neff's farm, east of Canfield.
From "Mahoning Dispatch" 25 Years Ago Column ( 3 July 1914)
18 Oct 1901
Martin Neff had his right eye badly injured Wednesday afternoon. While driving cattle a stick he was using broke and a piece of it bounded into his eye, penetrating the ball. It is thought that the sight will not be destroyed.
From "Mahoning Dispatch" 18 Oct 1901
Martin Neff at Age 80 and Family
(This biographical sketch contained interesting material, so I did not want to omit it but I have to make many corrections. J.L.N. 2002)
By Gen. Thomas W. Sanderson "20th Century History of Youngstown and Mahoning County and Representative Citizens"
Published by Biographical Publishing Co., 1907
Chicago, Ill. Pages 963-965
Martin Neff, whose fine residence farm of 210 acres is situated in Canfield Township, a mile and three-quarters east of Canfield, on the Boardman and Canfield road owns also a farm of 75 acres south and east of the agricultural fair grounds. Martin Neff was born March 25, 1827, on his present farm in Mahoning County, Ohio, and is a son of John and Elizabeth (Kline) Neff.
Conrad Neff, the grandfather of Martin, was the pioneer of the Neff family in the Western Reserve, to which he came, from Berks County (now Lehigh County), Pennsylvania, in 1802 (Correction:1804). The Pennsylvanians who accompanied him numbered 16 souls and they made the journey in the strong old Conestoga wagons, which were built to traverse forests and cross unbridged streams, as was necessary in traveling through this section of Ohio in those early days. The travelers found a little settlement of 16 log houses where now stands the flourishing town of Canfield. Conrad Neff purchased 140 acres of land in the adjacent wilderness and erected a small log cabin near the site of the present comfortable home of his grandson. It took hard work and considerable time before any crops could be raised and in the meantime, the family subsisted on wild game, which was very plentiful, deer and wild turkey being easily secured. Conrad Neff was a mason by trade and he did a large part of the mason work for his neighbors in those days, his sons doing the larger amount of clearing and land cultivating. Both Conrad Neff and wife died on this place, having reached the age of 70 (Correction: 89 years) years.
The children of Conrad Neff and wife were: Conrad; John; Henry; Mary, who married Henry Crum; Margaret, who married Henry Peatry; and Mrs. Henry Brunstetter.
John Neff, father of Martin, was born in 1795 (Correction: 1796), in Berks County (now Lehigh County), Pennsylvania, and thus was seven years (Correction: eight years) of age when he came to Mahoning County. His early educational opportunities were meager but he was reared with the practical ideas which resulted in his becoming a man of ample fortune and a highly respected citizen of his community. His first land was purchased for $2.50 an acre and he accumulated a large amount. At time possessing 600 acres. He sold a portion of this to advantage and utilized the rest in general farming and stock-raising. He was a man of sound judgment and on a number of occasions was selected to hold township offices. Politically, he was a strong Democrat, but he did not approve of the War of the Rebellion. He died one week after the first gun was fired at Fort Sumter, aged 64 years, nine months and seven days.
John Neff married Elizabeth Kline, who was born in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, and died in Mahoning County, aged 79 years, surviving her husband for 16 years. She was a daughter of Abraham Kline, who settled at an early day in Youngstown Township, Mahoning County. They had five children, two of whom died in infancy during and epidemic of scarlet fever, the others being: Eli, residing in Kansas, having reached his 86th year; Mary, deceased, who married Russell F. Starr, also deceased; and Martin, the youngest of the family.
Although his family had been settled many years in Canfield township, when Martin Neff came on the scene of life, many pioneer conditions still prevailed and his educational opportunities were limited to a short period of school attendance in the old log school-house near his home. His father was greatly interested in raising and dealing in cattle at this time and a large part of the hard work of the farm fell on young Martin and his brother. As his father drove his own cattle over the mountains and disposed of them in the eastern markets, he was away from home a great part of the time. The sons, especially Martin, developed good judgment in cattle, and he also became a dealer and on his own account drove stock as far as Pittsburgh. The business was very profitable as long as no lines for cattle transportation had been built and no great cattle ranches had yet been established in the West. Mr. Neff has lived on this farm all his life, but, has traveled on horseback all over the country and on one occasion was in the saddle for 31 days. He started out with a farm of 73 acres and when he went into the stock business was obliged to rent pasture land, but gradually acquired field after field until, at one time, he owned more than 600 acres. He has been very generous to his children, but still retains 335 acres. With the assistance of Thomas G. Stratford, whom he reared from childhood, Mr. Neff still carries on farming and stock-raising.
Mr. Neff was married April 5, 1848, to Catherine Wilson, who is one of the first children born at what is now the town of Dublin, Mahoning County, Ohio. Her parents were John and Jane (Trimble) Wilson, who were natives of Ireland and were early settlers at Dublin, this county. Mrs. Neff was reared and educated in that village.
Mr. and Mrs. Neff have had five children, as follows; John E., Caroline, Mary, Lois and Elizabeth, the last named dying at the age of seven years. John E. Neff, residing at Canfield, is engaged in a dry-goods business. He married Hattie Sanzenbacher and they have six children, Namely: Sadie; Ensign, who married Mary Porter; Martin, who married Ann Fithian, has two children; Calvin; Silas, (Correction: Cyrus) who married Miss Waters, has one child; and Roy.
Caroline, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neff, married G.S. Beard, and they reside in Beaver township and they have two children: Bert, who is married and has three children; and Alexander, who is engaged in the milk business in Youngstown. Mary Neff, the second daughter, who married Floyd Blackburn, died in 1900. Lois Neff, the third daughter, married Charles Edsall and they reside near the parental home and have two children, Julia and Bertha.
Politically Mr. Neff has always been in sympathy with the Democratic party. He has been elected to almost all the township offices at various times and has served with the greatest efficiency on the township board of trustees, on the board of education and as supervisor, and his advice and counsel is considered valuable by his fellow-citizens whenever any important township matter is under consideration.
Mr. Neff and family have enjoyed the benefits and pleasure of travel and are most entertaining in recalling what they have seen with their own eyes. Mr. Neff, himself, has seen a large portion of his native land west of Ohio, and in 1902 he was accompanied by his wife and some of his children on a delightful trip which extended through a large part of the most enjoyable regions of a number of States. The party started from Canfield and went west to Chicago, remaining one night in the famous Windy City, going on from there to Denver, Colorado, and then through the great mountain ranges to Sacramento and viewing the beautiful city of San Francisco before the great calamity of 1906. From there they went to Los Angeles, then covered 750 miles to Junction City, Oregon, going from there to Salem and Portland and thence to Seattle and through the great pine timber country to Spokane, Washington. On their return they visited St. Paul and other interesting cities. The enjoyment and advantages of such an extended trip can scarcely be overestimated."
APRIL 5 1908
Catherine and Martin Neff celebrate 60 years of marriage.
It is said that the occasion was one of the most enjoyable in their lives. Their children, grandchildren and great grandchildren surrounded them.
From Catherine's obituary in "M.D." 3-30-1910
CATHERINE WILSON, 78 and
MARTIN NEFF, 81
CELEBRATE 60TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
THE FAMILY GATHERS
"A GENERATION PHOTO"
This is probably the oldest family group photo we have.
Front row: First four children unknown and Margaret Stratford on far right
(Three of the others are possibly Bert Beard's)
Second row: John E. Neff; Caroline Neff Beard; Martin and Catherine Wilson Neff; Martin J. Neff holding daughter, Isabelle.
Third row: Roy J. Neff; G.S. Beard?; Harriett Sanzenbacher Neff; X; Melvia Waters Neff; Cyrus H. Neff holding daughter, Marjorie; Mrs. Thomas Stratford holding her son, Phillip; Man in background probably Thomas Stratford; Virginia Neff and her mother, Anna Fithian Neff. X man in back; X; X; X; and Calvin Neff on end.
APRIL 10 1908
On Sunday last at their pleasant home a mile and a half east of the village, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Neff, surrounded by their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of their marriage. While the day was dark and gloomy without there was nothing but brightness and happiness within the Neff home.
Near where they now reside this aged and respected couple have spent most of their lives.
Both were born in Canfield township, Mr. Neff on March 25, 1827, and Mrs. Neff July 14, 1830, making their ages 81 and 78 years, respectively.
Mrs. Neff's maiden name was Catherine Wilson, being a daughter of John Wilson, one of the early settlers of Dublin, this township, who afterwards lived almost directly across the street from the present Neff homestead and it was there in what afterwards was known as the "old red house", and which in another location now serves as a barn, the happy couple was united in marriage, the ceremony being performed April 5, 1848, Rev. Everett of Poland officiating.
Five children blessed this union, three of whom survive-Mrs. Caroline Beard of New Buffalo, John E. Neff and Mrs. Lois Edsall of Canfield.
Industry and thrift have all their lives marked the pathway of Mr. and Mrs. Neff; always busy, happy and contented, enjoying to the full the quiet of their country home. That Mr. Neff has prospered, with the assistance of his helpmeet, is shown by the fact that he is perhaps the wealthiest farmer and stock dealer in Canfield township. He is still hale and hearty and his wife enjoys fairly good health and they have promise of celebrating many more wedding anniversaries.
Besides the children named above, Mr., and Mrs. Neff have ten grand children and six great-grandchildren, all of whom with several other guests, were present to enjoy the sumptuous dinner and the pleasures incident to the sixtieth wedding anniversary.
INSERT THIS HOME W/ DAD IN FRONT FROM CANFIELD MAN'S LIFE...BLACK BOOK
CAPTION: LOOKING FOR
JULY 31 1908
From the "Mahoning Dispatch"
From "Mahoning Dispatch"30 Mar 1917
AGED FATHERS HONORED "At Family Dinner Served at the Home of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Neff"
"A dinner was given last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Neff on East Main street in honor of Martin Neff and John Sanzenbacher, fathers of Mr. and Mrs. Neff. Mr. Neff was 90 years old on Sunday and Mr. Sanzenbacher will be 90 years in May. The former is still quite active but the latter is rather feeble. Surrounded by all their children and grandchildren, thirty in number, both greatly enjoyed the feast and the social intercourse of the day."
INSERT PHOTO "I REMEMBER" GENERATION PICTURE
CAPTION: "I Remember"
Seated left to right:
John Sanzenbacher,, 89; Marjorie Neff Whittle, 10; Martin Neff , 89.
Standing left to right: Harriett Sanzenbacher Neff, 63; Cyrus Henry Neff, 35 and John E. Neff, 65.
The above generation picture was contributed by Marjorie Whittle who titled it "I Remember". She says, "This picture was taken at my birthplace on North Broad Street in Canfield, Ohio on July 23, 1916. This type of picture was very popular in the early part of the 20th century."
Catherine Wilson Neff
14 July 1830 to 30 Mar 1910
From the "Mahoning Dispatch" 01 Apr 1910
INSERT ACTUAL OBIT W/ PICTURE
PASSING OF A PIONEER
"Mrs. Martin Neff Called to Her Reward Wednesday Morning"
"Mrs. Martin Neff died at 5 o'clock Wednesday morning at her home 1 ½ miles east of Canfield. Her death came as a shock to relatives and friends as she had been about the house the previous evening, although ailing for some days.
Caroline (error: should be Catherine) Neff was a daughter of John Wilson, one of the early settlers of Dublin, this township, where she was born July 14, 1830, hence she was in the 80th year of her age. She was married to Martin Neff April 5, 1848, or nearly 62 years ago. In 1908 they celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary surrounded by their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren and the occasion was one of the most enjoyable days of their lives. Deceased was a member of the Presbyterian church. Besides her husband she leaves three children - Mrs. G.A. Beard of New Buffalo, John E. Neff and Mrs. Lois Edsall of Canfield - one brother, R.M. Wilson of Canfield, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Martin, of Corvallis, Oregon. Funeral services will be held from the family residence this Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock, Rev. William Dickson being in charge. The remains will be placed in a vault until the mausoleum to be built in the village cemetery is completed.
(There was a major typographical error in the original article that I corrected. It gave her name as Caroline, but that was her daughter's name. Catherine Wilson Neff was my great-great grandmother. Her parents, John and Jane Trimble Wilson, were from County Down Ireland and they were Scotch-Irish. J.L.N. 2001)
He was an early member of the Zion Lutheran and Reformed Church in 1827 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.406 He lost his younger brothers Edward, 6y & John, 2y in a scarlet fever epidemic in Mar 1836.3015 He received 50 cents for his sugar beets & 25 cents for his mangel-wurzels at the Canfield Fair in 1862 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield.13228 He was named as co-surety on $10,000 bond for father-in-law's estate settlement on 10 Mar 1873 in OH - Mahoning Co.13229 He was Director of Mud School on Hell St. [now Raccoon Rd.] for a 1 yr. term on 20 Apr 1874 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.13230 He was included in a special agricultural census in 1880.13231 He was included in a biographical sketch of Conrad Neff & Family in 1882.13232 He was an original stock holder of Farmer's National Bank on 19 Feb 1887 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield.3225 He sold 5 acres to the Mahoning Co. Agricultural Society to build a half mile race track in Mar 1888.13233 He had 10y old Tom Stratford get under the feet of his oxen team & break a leg in 1889 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.13234 He purchased 40 acres of land adjoining the fairgrounds from the Church heirs in Mar 1891.13235 He helped Dr. Jackson Truesdale's write a historical sketch of Conrad Neff & Family on 8 Apr 1898.13236 In 1899 he was was listed in the business directory as a farmer and stock dealer on Canfield Rd. in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.13237 He severly injured his right eye when a stick broke while driving cattle on 16 Oct 1901.13238 He had a biographical sketch written about his family and him in 1907.13239 He celebrated his 60th wedding anniversary at home, 1 1/2 miles east of the Village of Canfield on 5 Apr 1908 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.13240 He probably attended the funeral of his good friend Emanuel Miller on 5 May 1909.12485 He lost his wife of 62ys on 30 Mar 1910.11954 He died at 95y 1m 1d at the home of son J.E. Neff, 103 E Main St. on 26 Apr 1922 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield.2579,12884,13227,13241 He was buried on 28 Apr 1922 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield - Canfield Village Cemetery - Section C Row 01.13242,13243 He had an obituary in the Mahoning Dispatch on 28 Apr 1922.13244 He spent almost every Sunday afternoon w/ Emanuel and Margaret nee McNeilly Miller, Catherine's cousin.8275 He bought a farm with early local history.8226 Parents: John NEFF and Elizabeth (Betsey) KLINE.
Spouse: Catherine WILSON. Martin NEFF and Catherine WILSON were married on 5 Apr 1848 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.3647,12884,13245,13246,13247 They appeared in the census on 6 Jun 1860 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.12905 They appeared in the census on 11 Aug 1870 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.13248 Children were: John E. NEFF, Caroline NEFF, Elizabeth Jane NEFF, Mary A. NEFF, Lois NEFF.
Martin NEFF was born on 4 Jan 1865 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.5445,13249 He was arrested, with brother Henry, for stoning home of Reuben Neir on 10 Sep 1882 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.13250 He died at 57y 1m 17d on 23 Feb 1922 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Youngstown.13249 He was buried on 26 Feb 1922 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Smith's Corners Cemetery - Unmarked.13249 Parents: George NEFF and Angeline CORLL.
Martin John NEFF was born on 4 Apr 1875 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.12884,12885,12973,13251 He was baptized on 17 Mar 1884 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.12886 He perfect attendance 2nd term of Canfield Union Grammar School on 22 Oct 1890.12974 On 17 Feb 1905 he was Meat Price War with brother E.E. Neff.13252 On 24 May 1910 he was A dog tries to rob his meat market; brother Ensign to the rescue.13253 He received a carload of western hogs in Jan 1911.13254 He learned the ways of an automobile on 20 Mar 1914.13255 He horse deal went bad on 3 Dec 1915.13256 He bought some hogs from Wm. Halt in Shady Hollow area in Feb 1916.13257 He on 23 Jun 1916.13258 He had theft scare on 5 Feb 1917.13259 Between 1917 and 1957 he was Owner of Neff Wholesale and Retail Meat Market on Broad St. in Canfield. He M.J. Neff buys Broad St. property [occupied by Palace lunch parlor] from brother E.E. Neff on 2 Jan 1920.13260 He 1930 business destroyed in big Canfield fire - rebuilt in 1931 in 1930/31. He plans underway to erect new building on 21 Nov 1930.3568 He Neff Building to open on 8 May 1931.12987 He Neff Block Opening on 9 May 1931.13261 He leases what is known as John Sanzenbacher farm to Mr. Negley on 21 Aug 1931.13262 He celebrated 100th birthday on 4 Apr 1975.13263 He died at 101y 11m 18d, formerly of 133 W. Main St., Canfield, OH, at Sleighbell Residence, on 22 Mar 1977 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown.7388 Notes to myself:
July of 2003 Mom and Dad told me he liked the ladies, particularly blondes. But he was very shy and would only flirt with them if he was behind the counter. Liked Mrs. Jaycox, our neighbor. He was buried on 24 Mar 1977 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield - Canfield Village Cemetery - Section F Row 04.717 He had obituary in Vindicator.13264 Parents: John E. NEFF and Harriet Louisa (Hattie) SANZENBACHER.
Spouse: Anna FITHIAN. Martin John NEFF and Anna FITHIAN were married in 1901.7385,7388 They lived at 133 West Main St. in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield.7385 Children were: Isabel Louise NEFF, Helen "Virginia" (June) NEFF, Martin John (Bud) NEFF.
Martin John (Bud) NEFF was born on 27 Apr 1913 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield.3435 He broadcast two solos on 20 Apr 1928.13265 He traveled to Hawaii for 3 wks on 16 Feb 1940.13266 He died at 82y 8m 4d on 1 Jan 1996 in OH - Cuyahoga Co. - Cleveland.3435 He was buried in Jan 1996 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield - Canfield Village Cemetery - Section F Row 04.3435 He served in the military WW II.13267 He lived in OH - Cuyahoga Co. - Cleveland.1499 Parents: Martin John NEFF and Anna FITHIAN.
Mary NEFF was born on 26 Jan 1762 in PA - Philadelphia Co. - Frankfort.1615 She died at 80y on 26 Jan 1842.1615 Parents: Hans Rudolph (Rudolph) NEFF and Anna NÜSSLI.
Mary NEFF was born on 14 Feb 1823 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.284,1399,13268 She was an early member of the Zion Lutheran and Reformed Church in 1823 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.406 She died of dropsy at 77y 11m 12d at home on 24 Jan 1901 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.284,13268,13269 She had an obituary in the Mahoning Dispatch on 25 Jan 1901.13268 She was buried on 26 Jan 1901 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield - Canfield Village Cemetery - Section C Row 03.13268,13270 Parents: John NEFF and Elizabeth (Betsey) KLINE.
Spouse: Russell Fitch STARR. Russell Fitch STARR and Mary NEFF were married in 1843.1399,13268,13271 They lived in OH - Mahoning Co. - Boardman Tp between 1847 and 1863.13268 Children were: Lois May STARR, John Cornwall STARR, Henry Neff STARR, Alice Elizabeth STARR.
Mary A. NEFF was born on 5 Dec 1864 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.1958,6672,12904,13272,13273,13274 She died of consumption at 34y 4m 22d at her parents' home, 1 1/2 m east of the Village on 27 Apr 1899 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.1958,3647,12884 She was buried on 29 Apr 1899 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield - Canfield Village Cemetery - Section C Row 01.1958,2579,13275 She had an obituary in the Mahoning Dispatch on 5 May 1899.13276 Parents: Martin NEFF and Catherine WILSON.
Spouse: Floyd H. BLACKBURN. Floyd H. BLACKBURN and Mary A. NEFF lived in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp between 1886 and 1889.1958 They were married on 12 Feb 1896 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield.1958,1959
Mary Ann NEFF was an early member of the Zion Lutheran and Reformed Church in 1818 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.406 She was born on 21 Nov 1818 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.284,1112,2230,2232,11014 She died at 86y 1m 9d at her home on 30 Dec 1904 in OH - Portage Co. - Franklin Tp - Kent.2230,2232 She was buried on 2 Jan 1905 in OH - Portage Co. - Franklin Tp - Kent - Standing Rock Cemetery - Lot 145.2230 She had an obituary in the Portage County Democrat on 5 Jan 1905.2203 Parents: Conrad Jr. NEFF and Mary Katherine (Polly) KLINE.
Spouse: Phillip BOOSINGER. Phillip BOOSINGER and Mary Ann NEFF were married on 29 Oct 1843.284,2191,2230,2232 Children were: Unknown One BOOSINGER, Unknown Two BOOSINGER, Unknown Three BOOSINGER, Ellis "Allan" BOOSINGER, Rhoda A. BOOSINGER.
Mary Ann NEFF was born on 31 Jul 1840 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Smith's Corners.219,864,2948 She died at 45y 1m 7d on 7 Sep 1885 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Smith's Corners.219,864 She was buried in Sep 1885 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp - Cornersburg Cemetery - Row 01.864 Parents: Jonathan "Jonas" NEFF and Sarah (Sally) ROW.
Spouse: David J. Sr. MEASSMER/MESMER. David J. Sr. MEASSMER/MESMER and Mary Ann NEFF were married on 3 Apr 1859 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.864,11353,12327 They lived at Rose Lake in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.219 Children were: Eli MEASSMER/MESMER, Catharine L. MEASSMER/MESMER, David J. Jr. MEASSMER/MESMER, Albert G. MEASSMER/MESMER.
Mary Ann NEFF was born on 5 Mar 1862 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Smith's Corners.873,13277 She died after a weeks illness with pleura-pneumonia at 63y at her home on 1 Dec 1924 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Smith's Corners.873,13277 She was buried on 3 Dec 1924 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Smith's Corners Cemetery - Row 09.873,13277 She had an obituary in the Mahoning Dispatch on 5 Dec 1924.13278 Parents: John NEFF and Rebecca SHAFER/SHAFFER.
Spouse: John P. DECAMP. John P. DECAMP and Mary Ann NEFF were married about 1898.219,5895 They appeared in the census in 1900 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.5876 They were divorced.219 Children were: Jerry/Jay N. DECAMP, Ray B. DECAMP, Guy Lawrence DECAMP.
Mary Catherine NEFF was born on 13 Feb 1909 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield.13279 She lived through a devastating hurricane on 18 Sep 1926.13280 She wrote a letter about the big hurricane and it was published in the Mahoning Dispatch on 19 Sep 1926.13281 She had her grandfather John E. Neff and Uncle Ensign E. Neff vistit to check hurricane property damage in Oct 1926.13079 She drove with her Grandfather John E. Neff and her Aunt Sadie Neff to Canfield from Florida in Jul 1930.13182 She visited Canfield in May 1936.13282 She died in a car accident at 72y 8m 20d at U.S. 1 and SW 147th Ave. on 5 Nov 1981 in FL - Miami-Dade Co. - Naranja Lakes.13279,13283 She was buried on 9 Nov 1981 in FL - Dade Co. - Miami - Flagler Memorial Park Cemetery.13279 She had an obituary in Nov 1981.13284 She was a teacher.13283 Parents: Cyrus Henry NEFF and Melvia WATERS.
Spouse: Charles Barclay Sr. (Charlie) REEBEL. Charles Barclay Sr. (Charlie) REEBEL and Mary Catherine NEFF were married on 18 Jul 1927.5425 They lived in FL - Dade Co. - Naranja Lakes on 21 Dec 1978.13285 Children were: Living, Living.
Mary Ellen NEFF was born about 1849 in PA.10731 Parents: Abraham NEFF and Anna Elizabeth KICHLINE.
Living. Parents: Living and Living.
Mary Magdalena (Polly) NEFF was born about 1771 in PA - Northampton/Lehigh Co. - Heidelberg Tp.3023,12961 She had son Henry Brunstetter Jr. who will marry Sarah Yager on 5 Sep 1798.2972,2973,13286 She had daughter Mary Magdalena "Polly" Brunstetter on 3 Oct 1799.2974,2975,13287 She moved to Trumbull/Mahoning Co. OH from Heidelberg PA area with her husband and 2 young children about 1804.2977 She signed a deed selling land to Henry Crum [signed Henry Brounstetter & Polly Brounstetter] on 16 Jul 1807 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.13288 She an early member of the Zion Lutheran and Reformed Church in 1810 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.406 She was a baptismal witness, with husband, signed in German - for Magdalena Strock on 14 Mar 1819 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.2982 She had her daughter Polly Brunstetter wed Samuel Strock on 22 Aug 1819 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.2976,3103 She was named in her father Conrad Neff's will; her 2nd husband Henry Crum was named co-executor on 29 Apr 1829.12948 She lost her husband Henry Brunstetter Sr.who died at 56y when a fallen log fractured his skull on 9 Jan 1833.2987 She received funds from Henry Sr.'s final settlement - funds were paid to Magdalena Bronsteter, widow on 15 Oct 1834 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co.13289 She signed a deed, Magdalena Brunstetter, widow on 14 May 1835 in OH - Trumbull/Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.2989 She lost 6y & 2y old grand nephews, grandchildren of John Neff, who died in a scarlet fever epidemic in Mar 1836.3015 She appeared in the census in 1850 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.3023 She died between 1850 and 60. She had her daughter Polly Strock living with her family on 23 Aug 1850 in OH - Trumbull Co. - Newton Tp.13290 She no longer appears in the census with her son - he is living with his two youngest daughters on 19 Jun 1860.13291 She is sometimes listed with 2 children who are erroneously named as hers - they are actually nephews .2991,2992,13292 She was buried in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield - Old North Cemetery - Unmarked.13293 Research on the daughters of Conrad Neff
By Wendell Lauth and Jennifer Neff, 2005, of Trumbull and Mahoning Counties, OH.
Our search for descendants of Conrad Neff began with the idea of filing a complete report for the bicentennial celebration of Conrad Neff's 1805 home which is on the National Historic Registry. We had accumulated much documentation on Conrad's sons, but we had very little on his daughters. Nothing about daughters from Conrad's first wife, Elizabeth, appears in local Trumbull/Mahoning Co. records except for Conrad's 1829 will which names them, so our focus has been on the latter three daughters, Margaret and Magdalena and Mary.
According to in Rev. John Murray's NEFF MH LINE - Nov 29 1999, ps 13 & 14
Conrad had two wives.
"First wife was Elisabeth ..; Second wife was Magdalena Weber, daughter of Jacob Weber. His marriage to Magdalena was in 1783, so his first wife must have died in 1781/1782. Conrad married (2) Magdalena WEAVER. She was the daughter of Jacob Weaver. Magdalena died 13 Aug 1833 in Canfield, Oh. They had 6 children."
He married (1) Elizabeth.....m.1764. They had 4 children:
.M41 Ludwig (Johannes) Lewis NEHF b. 20 May 1767 d. 3 Nov 1829
.M42 Catharine NEFF b. 1769
.M43 Christiana NEFF b. 1771 d.1854
.M44 Elizabeth NEFF b. 1775
He married (2) Magdalena Weaver m. 1783. They had six children.
.M45 Margaret NEFF b. 1785 d. 1868
.M46 Magdalena NEFF b. 1787 d. 1868
.M47 Henry Neff b. 1789 d. 17 Feb 1825
.M48 Mary NEFF b. 1791 d. 1870
.M49 Conrad Neff b. 17 Jan 1794 d. 5 Dec 1866
.M4A John Neff b. 1796 d. 1861
[Note: John Neff - b. 2 June 1796 and d. 7 Apr 1861]
Rev. John Murray's NEFF MH LINE - Nov 29 1999, p21 -
We believe this information is incorrect:
.43 Christiana NEFF was born in Lehigh Co. PA Christiana died 1854 in OH. She married Henry BRUNSTETTER 1790 in Lehigh Co. PA He was born 1770 in Lehigh Co. PA. Henry died 1833 in OH. They had four children.
Henry Brunstetter married Mary Magdalena [Polly] Neff b. abt 1771. Her death date could very well be 1854 although we have not found a death date. She appears in an 1850 census and is not listed in the 1860 census. John and Jacob were nephews - not sons.
.M431 John BRUNSTETTER b. 1792
.M432 Jacob BRUNSTETTER b. 1792
.M433 Henry BRUNSTETTER b. 1798
.M434 Mary BRUNSTETTER b. 1799
Note the age gap between "Polly" and Margaret. If Mary Magdalena "Polly" Neff is the daughter of Elizabeth, it is odd that she bears the name of her future step-mother.
Conrad and his wife Magdalena [nee Weaver] came to Ohio about 1804. Their family included Margaret, 17; Henry, 15; Mary, 13; Conrad Jr., 10 and John, 8.
At the same time Mary Magdalena [Polly] nee Neff, 33, and now married to Henry Brunstetter, joined them and came to Ohio with their two young children. [The children from Conrad's first marriage were adults and they were established in Pennsylvania.]
To do list:
See if any deed work has been done in Pennsylvania - that appears to be the only way to uncover any new information [unless a family bible miraculously appears]
[It is of particular interest that Melvin Megown said that Raymond Hollenbach told him, in a personal interview - not documented - that "the Brunstetters lived over the hill from the Neff's - they were neighbors"]
Add Early Clark County Families Vital Statistics as one of our sources
Correlate church info - with Smith's Corners and add burned records where needed...
In 1810 Swiss-German settlers organized the Zion Lutheran and Reformed Church and built a log church.The Church was destroyed by fire in 1845, but the cemetery that was in its churchyard remains. Some of the old stones have German inscriptions.
On the 2nd of April 1845 a fire destroyed the log church and the records, and on the 26th of June that same year the cornerstone was laid for a new church across the road. On the 14th of December 1894 fire again destroyed the church and records. The Lutheran congregation had declined in the late 1800's and this time the Reformed congregation purchased the Lutheran interest and built their own church ending an 84 year union of the congregations
Add Old Brunstetter cemetery info - give reasons why we believe Henry is in Old North
Review census records - neighbors are all relative
[Wendell's interpretation of 1820 census may show root of the 2 erroneous sons info]
Replace Ancestry World Tree Project: Ancestors of Boger-Brackenbury marriage info with original sources
Work on map, location & deed info from Melvin Megown - neighbors are all relative
Add pictures of original Brunstetter home and Petry, Harding sites
Source this info from Dad - in 1868 an epidemic of smallpox took the lives of many. This smallpox epidemic lasted seven years. Because her sister, Magdalena died in the same year, 1868, a guess might be made that these women died from smallpox during the epidemic.
Proof read and edit - switch parents?
Send final copy [at least] to Brunstetter, Corll and Strock internet sites
Austintown Hist Soc - Strock update
OGS - disc of RootsMagic
Parents: Conrad NEFF and Elizabeth UNKNOWN.
Spouse: Henry (Sr.) BRUNSTETTER. Henry (Sr.) BRUNSTETTER and Mary Magdalena (Polly) NEFF were married about 1797.2995,2996,2997,2998,2999,3000 They lived in a brick home on what is now Kirk Rd. in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp in 1825.3001 Children were: Henry (Jr.) BRUNSTETTER, Mary Magdalena (Polly) BRUNSTETTER.
Mary Magdalena NEFF was born in May 1852 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.13096 She was named as a survivor in her father's obituary on 4 Jun 1909.3219 She witnessed her son and granddaughter perish in a fire on 23 Jan 1913 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.8003 She was buried in Sep 1928 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield - Old North Cemetery - Unmarked (Row 8).13096,13294 She died on 15 Sep 1928 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.13096 She had an obituary in the Mahoning Dispatch on 21 Sep 1928.5880 Parents: Owen/Oen NEFF and Magdalena (Maddie) HOOD.
Spouse: Nelson SHAFER. Nelson SHAFER and Mary Magdalena NEFF were married in 1870.1750,13096,13295,13296 They appeared in the census in 1880 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield.8151 They appeared in the census in 1900 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.13297 Children were: Glidden L. (Curtis) SHAFER, Roenna Pauline SHAFER, Sarepta SHAFER, Effie A. SHAFER.
Maybelle NEFF was born on 6 Jun 1891 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.1668 She died at 86y on 26 Aug 1977 in OH - Trumbull Co. - Weathersfield Tp - Mineral Ridge.3797,13298 She was buried in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Brunstetter Cemetery - New - Row 33.1668 Parents: Eli NEFF and Elizabeth CORLL.
Living. Parents: Living.
Metta Alma NEFF was born on 15 Feb 1878 in KS - Greystone.233,13299 She lived in KS - Wilson Co. - Buffalo on 18 Mar 1937.10574 She was buried in 1966 in KS - Wilson Co. - Buffalo - Buffalo Cemetery.13299 She died in Nov 1966 in KS - Wilson Co. - Buffalo.233,13299 Parents: Homer "Omer" (O.P.) NEFF and Sarah Frances ASHBY.
Michael NEFF was born about 1775 in PA - Northampton Co.12860 He died between 1812 and 1820 in PA - Lehigh Co.2129 Parents: Bernhard NEFF and Maria Magdalena HANDWERK.
Living. Parents: Edward Roy NEFF and Living.
Milton NEFF. Parents: Abraham NEFF and Anna Elizabeth KICHLINE.
Minnie NEFF was born in 1864 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield Tp.1112,13300 She appeared in the census on 1 Mar 1885 in KS - Allen Co. - Humboldt.13301 She was the 2nd wife of Dr. Brown before 1901.13302 She lived in KS - Allen Co. - Iola on 3 Feb 1919.13303 She lived 322 S. Washingon Ave. in KS - Allen Co. - Iola on 2 Dec 1937.12197 Parents: Eli NEFF and Nancy BARNES.
Mrs. Harry Johnston NEFF. Parents: George Calvin NEFF and Mary A. MURRAY.
Spouse: Harry JOHNSTON. Harry JOHNSTON and Mrs. Harry Johnston NEFF were married.
Living. Parents: Randall E. NEFF and Hazel COLE.
Nancy Ashby (Nannie) NEFF was born on 21 Jan 1886 in KS - Greystone.233 She lived in KS - Wilson Co. - Buffalo on 18 Mar 1937.10574 She died in Jan 1978 in KS - Woodson Co.233 Parents: Homer "Omer" (O.P.) NEFF and Sarah Frances ASHBY.
Living. Parents: Edward LeRoy NEFF and Martha CUMMINGS.
Naomi NEFF was born on 11 Feb 1894.13304 Parents: William "Henry" NEFF and Margaret C. (Maggie) KEGRISE.
Spouse: Martin/Lewis CULET. Martin/Lewis CULET and Naomi NEFF lived in OH - Mahoning Co. - Poland on 16 Aug 1939.5692 They lived in OH - Mahoning Co. - Youngstown on 7 Jun 1948.5693 They were married.5694
Newton NEFF. Parents: Abraham NEFF and Anna Elizabeth KICHLINE.
Living. Parents: Living and Living.
Nora Ellen NEFF was born on 31 Jul 1896 in OH.3222,5445 She died on 20 Mar 1956 in CA - Los Angeles Co. - Los Angeles.3222 Parents: Martin NEFF and Linda (Lindie) HAUSER.
Spouse: Maurice S. BUCK. Maurice S. BUCK and Nora Ellen NEFF were married.
Omer Lee Jr. NEFF was born on 30 Jun 1883 in KS - Greystone.233 He lived in CA - Santa Clara Co. - Palo Alto on 18 Mar 1937.10574 He died on 21 Jan 1946 in CA - Santa Cruz Co.233 Parents: Homer "Omer" (O.P.) NEFF and Sarah Frances ASHBY.
Ora I. NEFF was born in Mar 1879 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.233,1668 She died at 83y in 1962.1668 She was buried in 1962 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Brunstetter Cemetery - New - Row 33.1668 Parents: Eli NEFF and Elizabeth CORLL.
Orris/Horace D. NEFF was born on 21 May 1883 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Youngstown.7223,7225 He died at 85y 1m 24d on 14 Jul 1968 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield.7223,7225 He was buried in Jul 1968 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp - Brunstetter Cemetery - New - Row 23.7223 He had an obituary in the Youngstown Vindicator on 15 Jul 1968.13200 Parents: George NEFF and Angeline CORLL.
Spouse: Colon F. FINK. Orris/Horace D. NEFF and Colon F. FINK were married in 1909.7216,7217,7223,7225 They lived in OH - Mahoning Co. - Youngstown on 30 Aug 1920.792 They lived in OH - Mahoning Co. - Youngstown on 10 Jul 1937.699 They lived in OH - Mahoning Co. - Youngstown on 14 Sep 1958.7226 Children were: Leroy Lester NEFF, William B. (Bill) NEFF, Irvin F. NEFF.
Osville NEFF. Parents: Abraham NEFF and Anna Elizabeth KICHLINE.
Owen/Oen NEFF was born on 12 Mar 1827 in PA - Lehigh Co. - Saegersville.3218,3220,3221,12320,13305 He lost his mother and was brought up under the care of his grandparents - Christian & Eve Meassmer in May 1827.3221,12320 He moved to Jackson Tp,Trumbull/Mahoning Co. OH with his grandparents between 1833 and 1835.3221,12320 He died at 82y 2m 18d on 30 May 1909 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Austintown Tp.13305 He was buried on 1 Jun 1909 in OH - Mahoning Co. - Canfield - Old North Cemetery - Unmarked.13305 He had an obituary in the Mahoning Dispatch on 4 Jun 1909.3219 He was a farmer and a cabinet maker.3221 He was a member of the German Reformed Church.13305 Parents: George NEFF and Eva MEASSMER/MESMER.
Living. Parents: Herman R. NEFF and Esther M. SALYARD.
Living. Parents: Living and Living.
Living. Parents: Warren Elton NEFF and Edith Maude UNKNOWN.
Living. Parents: Hugh NEFF and Mary MCKNIGHT.