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  1. Nancy Scrambling: Birth: ABT 1841 in Otego, Otsego Co., New York. Death: 15 OCT 1862 in W. LeRoy, Calhoun Co., Michigan

  2. LANY \ LANA A. (Magdalena) SCRAMBLING: Birth: 14 AUG 1841 in Otsego Co., New York. Death: 9 SEP 1872 in Battle Creek, Calhoun Co., Michigan

  3. Sarah Elizabeth Scrambling: Birth: 1849 in Otego, Otsego Co., New York. Death: 14 JUN 1873 in LeRoy, Calhoun Co., Michigan

  4. John Henry Scrambling: Birth: 6 JUN 1851 in Oneonta, Otsego Co., New York. Death: 13 MAR 1852 in Oneonta, Otsego Co., New York

  5. Jacob Herman Scrambling: Birth: 1855 in Oneonta, Otsego Co., New York. Death: 1859

  6. Catherine Scrambling: Birth: 1858 in Michigan. Death: BEF 1870

  7. Elnora Scrambling: Birth: 26 AUG 1859 in Michigan. Death: 17 SEP 1940 in San Jose, Santa Clara Co., California

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1. Title:   Scrambling Charts from Harvey Baker's writings & from Mrs. Henry Schramlin, Pinellas Park, FL
2. Title:   1840 U.S. Census
3. Title:   1850 U.S. Census
4. Title:   1860 U.S. Census
5. Title:   1870 U.S. Census
6. Title:   1880 U.S. Census
7. Title:   State Census
8. Title:   Land Records
9. Title:   Young, Clifford M., The Young (Jung) Families of the Mohawk Valley, 1710-1946 (Albany, NY: Pub. by Clifford Young, 1947)
10. Title:   Genealogical Society of Utah, Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan (Copied by the Northern States Mission, 1940)
11. Title:   Death Certificate
12. Title:   Will
13. Title:   Obituary
14. Title:   DAR Genealogical Committee, Cemetery Records, Bedford and Leroy Townships, Calhoun Co., Michigan (1942)
15. Title:   Cemetery Information
Page:   pg. 35

Notes
a. Note:   1840 census, Oneonta, Otsego, New York -- Page 129 Jacob Scramblin. 1850 census, Oneonta, Otsego, New York -- Roll 348, Page 144 Jacob & Sally with 3 children, John VanWoert, 68 is head of household. 1855 census, Oneonta, Otsego, New York (from Sandy Goodspeed) (wife is Sally) 1860 census, LeRoy, Calhoun, Michigan -- Roll 539, Page 431 Jacob Scrambling age 50, born NY. 1870 census, LeRoy, Calhoun, Michigan -- Roll 680, Page 656 Jacob Schramblin age 60, born NY. 1880 census, LeRoy, Calhoun, Michigan -- Page 284 Jacob Schramblin age 70, born NY, parents both born NY. Jacob is married to Olive (age 48). Jacob Scrambling of Otsego County, NY received land in Kalamazoo. Document No. 16701, Act of April 24, 1820. Date of Patent 5-4-1836. Per First Land Owners of Kalamazoo County, Michigan, Compiled by E. Gray and Ethel W. Williams, Kalamazoo, Michigan. Page 119 states Jacob Schremling received two tracks of land in Climax. __________________ Obituary from Battle Creek Journal newspaper from the Willard Library in Battle Creek's Collier Collection, 67.302, dated April 4, 1881. Obituary of Jacob Scramlin. To the editor of the Battle Creek Journal. Jacob Scramlin was born in Oneonta Otsego Co. N.Y. May 16th 1810 and died at his home in West Leroy, Calhoun Co., Mich. April 9th 1881, consequently his age was 70 years, 10 months, and 23 days. He removed to Leroy, Mich. about 1853 (28 years ago) where he remained up to the time of his death. He was married to Miss Sally Van Wert in Oneonta, N.Y., 1831. He had 5 children by her 4 of whom with the wife of his youth, preceded him to the land beyond the river. He was united in marriage to his 2nd wife, Miss Olive Eldred, Sept. 27, 1855, 15 years ago at Charleston, Mich. She with his youngest daughter, Mrs. Annie Clark and two grandchildren of his immediate family, one brother and one sister, still survive to mourn their loss and to rejoice at his eternal gain. He was soundly converted to Christ and united with the Free-will Baptist Church, in his early manhood, in the home of his childhood, and continued an active earnest consistent member of that church until he removed to Michigan. As there was no Free-will Baptist Church near his home, he never united in any branch of the visible church in Michigan, although most of the members of his family became members of the of the Methodist Episcopal church at West Leroy, near his home. Although not formally affiliated with the church, and he contributed $200 to West Leroy and $200 to the Climax churches. He was a regular attendant upon the means of grace until failing health necessarily kept him at home. He was an industrious, hard working man, a prudent, successful manager of his temporal career. When his health began to fail, some 7 or 8 years ago, he sold his large farm; retaining a few acres, where he built a comfortable house and out-buildings, for a home where he patiently spent the remaining years of his slowly wasting life, amid feebleness and pain, while confidently waiting for the coming of his Lord to take him home, to the land of rest and to the society of his loved ones gone before. Long before his death he had carefully arranged all of his business matters and made his peace with God, so he had nothing to do but watch and wait for his coming. Such an honest, earnest, Godly, hopeful, helpful life could have no other, but a successful termination. His sun of life went down in a cloudless sky to rise amid the glorious realities of the excellent glory. May the dear Savior help us to appreciate and profit by his Godly life, and example; to sympathize with his grief stricken family and ultimately to meet and greet them in the land where shadows and parting never come. His funeral was largely attended April 11th from the West Leroy M.E. Church, Rev. L.M. Edwards officiating. His pastor, Rev. E.D. Bacon being sick. The sermon was based on a text rendered in Phil 1, 21, after which a large portion of the congregation followed his remains to the local cemetery near his home where loving hands deposited them beside the remains his loved ones gone before. L.M. Edwards. Climax, April 11th Per David Rumery: West Leroy Cemetery is located on the old Kelsey farm, Section seven, Leroy Township. It is reached by turning left at the end of Sonoma Road, and following straight through to within a half mile of the Kalamazoo County Line, - about twelve miles from Battle Creek, and taking M 78 South and turning on Sonoma Road. It is an old cemetery and there are many burials between 1830 and 1900. It occupies about three acres of land and has Township supervision. _______________ Michigan Deaths, 1867-1897 for Jacob Schramlin Name Jacob Schramlin Death Date 09 Apr 1881 Death Place Leroy, Calhoun, Michigan Gender Male Death Age 70 years 10 months 23 days Estimated Birth Date 1811 Birthplace New York Marital Status Married Father's Name Henry Schramlin Mother's Name Nancy Schramlin Occupation Farmer Film Number 2363669 Digital Folder Number 4207952 Image Number 631 Reference Number p 138 rn 298
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