||Earnst, Daniel [1, 2, 3, 4] |
||Maryland, USA 
||Between 1839 and 1840 [2, 4]
||Carroll Co., Ohio, USA [2, 4]
||31 Mar 2017 |
||Kesey, Nancy, b. 1767, Pennsylvania , d. Aft 1850 (Age > 84 years) |
| ||1. Earnst, Lasarus, b. 1797, Pennsylvania |
| ||2. Earnst, Elizabeth, b. 1797, Pennsylvania |
| ||3. Earnst, John, b. Abt 1802 |
| ||4. Earnst, Ann, b. 1806, Ohio |
| ||5. Earnst, Sarah, b. 06 Aug 1808, Pennsylvania, USA , d. 15 Feb 1856, Carroll County, Ohio, USA (Age 47 years) |
| ||6. Ernst, Daniel, b. Jun 1812, Ohio, USA , d. Davis Co., Iowa, USA |
||31 Mar 2017 21:29:03 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- Source: Records of Phyllis Shackelford Hedges
1830 United States Federal Census
Name: Daniel Arnst (Ernst) ?
Number of persons in household: 5
Ages of persons in household: 1- male 15 to 20
1- male 60 & U 70 Daniel ll, b 1765, age 65
1- female 10 & U 15
1- female 15 & U 20
1- female 60 to 70 Nancy b 1767, age 63
Jacob 1- male 5 & U 10
1- male 30 & U 40
1- male 80 to 90
2- females U 5
1- female 5 to 10
1- female 30 & U 40
Note: Daniel's two daughters (Elizabeth & Sarah) & their families are listed directly beneath his census.
In the will of Daniel I, who was married to Nancy Kesey, and written on Nov. 7, 1836, he talks of
son Daniel, daughter Elizabeth Champer, wife of Jacob Champer, daughter Sarah Champer, wife of
David Champer, daughter Ann Caris, (Caris is spelled wrong) wife of Philip Caris, son Lasarus, and son
John. The Daniel II I had died in 1881, at he age of 81. Probate court says he was born in Cumberland County,
Pa. Also in this will of Daniel # 1, his son Daniel is the first child listed, which would be more likely the eldest
Grave marker note:
Marker is a building block
"It will be noted that a number of the markers are red ceramic building blocks. Roy Champer of Carrollton who was born in 1900, recalls making these markers while employed by the Carrollton Brick Company from 1922-1925."
Carroll County Genealogical Society
- [S381] 1880 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2005;), Database online. Chalk Level, Saint Clair, Missouri, ED 230, roll T9_714, page 326.2000, image 0655.
Record for Daniel Ernst
- [S669] Family Records of Valerie Ernst Locke, Valerie Ernst Locke.
Daniel Earnst from Pennsylvania married Nancy Kesey. He was Nancy's second husband, her first being William Stenger. Daniel and Nancy were my fourth great grandparents. They migrated to Carroll County, Ohio. They are buried in the Champer Cemetery in Carroll County, Ohio. Daniel died between 1839-1840. Daniel and Nancy's daughter, Elizabeth, married Jacob Champer, and Daniel and Nancy's daughter, Susan, married David Champer, Jacob's brother. Jacob and David's father was Jacob Schample/Schamper.
Their son, Daniel, married Susannah Harsh and were my third great grandparents. After Susannah died, Daniel married Caroline Burger/Burgett. They migrated to Union, Davis County, Iowa.
Daniel and Susannah's son, William Earnst, married Hannah Vorhis. They migrated to Craig, Nebraska. Their son, William Ernst, married Eva Margaret McPherson. Their son, Ira Ernst, married Nettie Olive Enyeart. They were my paternal grandparents. Their son, Glenn Ernst, married Annabelle Stigers, and were my parents. They met in 1943 while Glenn was stationed at Fort Knox, Kentucky. After he got out of the Army, Glenn and Ann made their home in Louisville, Kentucky. My father died on August 3, 1962, and my mother (who never remarried), died on September 28, 2002. I am their only child.
- [S494] 1830 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com, (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2004;), Database online. Year: 1830; Census Place: , Stark, Ohio; Roll: ; Page: .
Record for Daniel Arust
Record for Daniel Earnst