Mary Ann Cherry: Birth: 7 Feb 1836 in Morgan Co., Ohio (area used to form Noble Co. on 11 Mar 1851). Death: 3 Mar 1897 in Omaha, Douglas Co. Nebraska
William Leamon Cherry: Birth: 17 Sep 1837 in Morgan Co., Ohio (area used to form Noble Co. on 11 Mar 1851). Death: 29 Jan 1864 in Civil War - near Woodville, Jackson Co., Alabama
Francis Washington Cherry: Birth: 12 Aug 1839 in Olive Township, Morgan Co., Ohio (area used to form Noble Co. on 11 Mar 1851). Death: 31 Jul 1923 in Cairo, Alexander Co., Illinois
Margaret S. Cherry: Birth: 5 Feb 1841 in Union Township, Morgan Co., Ohio (area used to form Noble Co. on 11 Mar 1851). Death: AFT 1925 in (after 1925 Iowa St Census) Morgan Co., Ohio
Charles Milton Cherry: Birth: 2 Aug 1842 in Guernsey Co., Ohio (area used to form Noble Co. on 11 Mar 1851). Death: 24 Jan 1921 in Weeping Water, Cass Co., Nebraska
David Ringold Cherry: Birth: 14 May 1846 in Union Township, Morgan Co., Ohio (area used to form Noble Co. on 11 Mar 1851). Death: 25 Mar 1862 in Civil War - Keokuk, Lee Co., Iowa
Christopher Columbus "Tom" Cherry: Birth: 12 Dec 1848 in Union Township, Morgan Co., Ohio (area used to form Noble Co. on 11 Mar 1851). Death: 14 Jun 1937 in Des Moines, Polk Co., Iowa
Florence Cherry: Birth: 18 Apr 1851 in Noble Co., Ohio. Death: 17 Sep 1924 in Grand River, Decatur Co., Iowa (res: Lineville, Wayne Co., Iowa)
Source: Civil War Enlistment Form; 1840-1850 Census - Morgan Co., OH; 1860 Census - Warren Co., IA; Headstone gives exact age at death: 48 yrs, 3 mos, 23 days
Source: Headstone, Civil War Records, Grave Registration.
Source: Marriage License from Morgan Co., Ohio
Note: 1830 Census - Olive Township, Morgan Co**., Ohio; pg. 136
??? Is this Peter living as a teenager with Robert Cherry, head of household???
Line #8 - Christopher Nessleroad: Males 1 -0/4, 1 - 10/14, 1 - 15/20, 1 - 50/59; Females: 1- 0/4, 2 - 5/9, 2 - 10/14 (1 is Charlotte), 1 - 15/19, 1 - 20/29, 1 - 40/49; Total: 12
Line #9 - John Nessleroad: Males: 1 - 0/4, 1 - 20/29; Female: 1 - 15/19, 1 - 20/2; Total: 4
Line #10 - William Boie; Total: 7
Line #11 - Robert Cherry: Males 1 - 10/14, 1 - 70/79; Females: 1 - 10/14, 1 - 60/69; Total: 4
**This part of Morgan County was used to create Noble County in 11 March 1851**
1840 Census - Olive Township, Morgan Co., Ohio; pg. 155
Peter Cherry HH
White Males: 2 - 0/4 (Francis & William), 1 - 20/29 (Peter); Females: 1 - 0/4 (Mary Ann), 1 - 20/29 (Charlotte); 5 total in HH; 1 engaged in Agriculture
1850 Census - Dist. No. 108 Olive Township, Morgan Co., Ohio, pg. 264A/264B
HH as of June 1, 1850 - Enumerated August 5, 1850 - #538-546
Peter Cherry, 35, M, Cabinet Maker, Penn
Charlotte, 31, F, Ohio
Mary A. Cherry, 14, F, Ohio
William, 13, M, Ohio, attd school
Francis, 11, M, Ohio, attd school
Margaret, 9, F, Ohio
Milton, 7, M, Ohio
David, 4, M, Ohio
Columbus, 1, M, Ohio
Moved from Ohio to Iowa ca 1854 per obituary for son, Columbus Columbus Cherry
Moved from Ohio to Iowa ca 1856 per obituary for daughter, Florence (Cherry) Pugh.
1860 Census - Greenfield Township, Warren Co., Iowa; P. O. Greenbush; pg. 800
HH as of June 1, 1860 - Enumerated July 7, 1860 - #964-919
Peter F. Cherry, 50, M, Carpenter, $200 / $150, Penn
Charlotte, 49, F, Ohio
Francis, 17, M, Ohio
Margaret, 16, F, Ohio
Milton, 14, M, Ohio
David, 13, M, Ohio, attd school w/in year
Columbus, 12, M, Ohio, attd school w/in year
Florence, 10, F, Ohio, attd school w/in year
Rhoda Ann, 7, F, Ohio
Roxie O., 5. F, Ohio, attd school w/in year
Wesly, 4, M, Iowa
Arthur M., 2, M, Iowa
Henrietta, 6 mos, F, Iowa
1870 Census - Greenfield, Warren Co., Ohio; P. O. Fort Plain; pg. 334A
HH as of June 1, 1870 - Enumerated August 10, 1870 - #221-221
Charlotte Cherry, 52, F W, keeping house, $200 / -, Ohio
Roxie, 15, F W, at home, Ohio
Wesley, 13, M W, Iowa, cannot write
Arthur, 12, M W, Iowa, cannot write
Henrietta, 10, F W, Iowa, attd school w/in year
Died of disease (tuberculosis or bronchitis) during his service with Company D, 34th Iowa Infantry.
Enlisted as a Fifer on 13 Aug 1862, age 47.
Mustered 15 Oct 1862.
(Per the Record of Events for the Thirty-Fourth Iowa Infantry the troops were stationed at Burlington, Des Moines Co., Iowa Oct 15-31, 1862.)
November 1862: Absent w/Leave; sick at Greenbush (Iowa).
December 1862: In hospital in Burlingame, Iowa.
Feb 1863: Sick at home.
Had tried to enlist in 1861 with son, Francis, but was rejected for age.
Claimed residence: Warren County
Served Iowa Enlisted D Co. 34th Inf Reg. IA as a fifer. Died of disease at Indianola, IA on 01 March 1863
Source: Roster & Record of Iowa Soldiers in the War of Rebellion
Published by English on 1910
Headstone gives age of 48 y 3 mo 23 days Co. D 34th reg. Iowa Vols w/ GAR Marker
Subj: Re: Peter Cherry -- parents William & Mary Ann?
Date: 5/21/2001 1:54:05 PM Pacific Daylight Time
From: [email protected]@cs.com
CC: [email protected]@email.msn.com
The information on Cherry comes from a paper regarding the PARKS family prepared by Lois Blake. Included was a section on the Nesselroad family. Belinda Nesselroad, a sister of Charlotte's married Thomas Parks, b. 26 July 1821. The data on Charlotte reads as follows: Charlotte, b. 22 April 1817; d. 11 Feb. 1907, m. 9 Nov. 1834, Morgan Co., OH to Peter F. Cherry, b. abt 1 Nov 1814; d. 23 Feb 1863, son of William David Cherry, who d. 4 April 1855, Clark County, Missouri, and Mary Ann (Polly) Murphy. Children 13.
The Sources listed for all the Nesselroad stuff were: Vital Records, Census Records, and correspondence with the following: Mrs. Nelda J. Norton, Mingo, IA; Patella M. Ashcroft, Newark, OH; Richard Nesselroad, Adel, IA; Leallah Franklin, Tucson, AZ; et al.
On July 17 of 2000 I had the following E-mail from Nelda Cherry-Morton:
I found your RootsWeb site and noticed that you have Peter F. Cherry as dying on 4 Apr 1855 in Clark Co., MO. The death date should be for William David Cherry. Peter is buried in Warren Co., IA. He is my gggrandfather and William is my ggggrandfather. If you have more information on these people, I would be interested in exhanging information with you. Thanks, Nelda Cherry-Morton.
For one reason or the other, I can't find a record of any reply I made to her. I was away from home during that time and may have somehow let it "fall thru the cracks." I should bring my stuff up to date with Nelda's comments.
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