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Generation #4
Isabella Warden and Michael Stoner

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2-1850 Census, Crawford County, Ohio

3-1860 Census, Crawford County, Ohio

4-1870 Census, Crawford County, Ohio

Obituary of Isabell (Warden) Stoner:


Isabella C. Warden, d/o Sampson Warden and Elizabeth Allen, was b.April 08, 1834, COCH., d.May 10, 1921 COLUM. She m.Michael Stoner on Nov.22, 1853, in Bucyrus, CRAW (he b.March 10, 1825, COCH, d.December 08, 1903, Homer, Calhoun Co., PA, s/o David Stoner and Margaret Minnich). Their children, born CREST., were: 

1-Ransom Seymour Stoner, b.Sept.08, 1854, d.Feb.14, 1877 CREST: 
2-Mary Almyra Stoner, b.1858: 
3-Sampson Melville Stoner, b.1860, m. Flora Belle Revington: 
4-Flora B. Stoner, b.Feb.11, 1862, d.May 30, 1904 CREST: 
5-Ernest William Sherman Stoner, b.Mar.14, 1863, d.June 02, 1901 CREST., m.Margaret Weaver: 
6-Millie M. Stoner, b.Dec.25, 1869: 
7-John Stoner, b.Dec.25, 1871 CREST:

Also a member of this family was Susan E. Stoner (b.July 10, 1852, m.Robert Ausbauch), daughter of Michael's first wife, Susan Myers. Michael's last known wife was Jessie R. Keller, m.1876.

Refer to Our Stoner Connection for clarification, changes, and documentation with respect to the Michael Stoner Family:

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1850 Census, Crawford County, Ohio - Jackson Twp., LDS film # 432-671

Warden, Sampson --- age 72 --- born Pa.
Warden, Elizabeth --- age 60 --- born Pa.
Warden, James --- age 45 --- miller --- born Pa.
Warden, Sampson --- age 30 --- carpenter --- born Pa.
Warden, Elizabeth --- age 23 --- born Pa.
Warden, Isabella --- age 18 --- born Ohio
Warden, Benjamin --- age 16 --- carpenter --- born Ohio

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1860 Census, Crawford County, Ohio - LDS film #653-951B, Crestline, Jackson Twp.

Stoner, Michael --- age 31 --- blacksmith --- born Pa.
Stoner, Isabel --- age 26 --- born Ohio
Stoner --- Susan E. --- age 9 --- born Ohio (Susan was the child of Michael's first wife, Susan Myers)
Stoner, Ransome --- age 6 --- born Ohio
Stoner, Mary E. --- age 3 --- born Ohio
Stoner, unnamed --- age 3 months --- born Ohio
Warden, James --- age 50 --- constable --- born Pa.

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1870 Census, Crawford County, Ohio - Crestline, Jackson Twp.

Stoner, Michael --- age 43 --- blacksmith --- born Pa.
Stoner, Isabella --- age 43 --- born Pa.
Stoner, Susan E. --- age 17 --- born Ohio
Stoner, Ransome S. --- age 14 --- born Ohio
Stoner, Mary E. --- age 12 --- born Ohio
Stoner, Susan E. --- age 17 --- born Ohio
Stoner, Sampson M. --- age 10 --- born Ohio
Stoner, Sherman --- age 5 --- born Ohio
Stoner, William S. --- age 6 --- born Ohio
Stoner, _illie M. --- age 5 months --- born Ohio

The two children, William S. and Sherman must be investigated further. In information from Tommy Stoner they are named as one child. Did I copy erroneous information?

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Obituary of Isabell (Warden) Stoner

Mrs. Arch W. Smith received word of the death of her grandmother, Mrs. Isabel C. Stoner, which occurred at 6:45 o'clock Tuesday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S.E. Jones in Columbus, where she has made her home for the past ten years. The remains will be brought to Crestline this (Thursday) afternoon at 2:45 and funeral services will be held from I.G. Foster's funeral parlors on East Bucyrus Street at 3:30 o'clock, Rev. Wm.F. Haldstab officiating.

Mrs. Stoner's death was due to a gradual decline incident to old age. She was aged 89 years, one month and two days, having been born in Coshocton County, the youngest of a family of thirteen children. Her girlhood days were spent in Leesville and she has a number of nieces and nephews in this vicinity.

After her marriage about seventy years ago she came to Crestline and resided in the same home at the corner of East and South Streets for almost sixty years, going to Columbus ten years ago. She was the mother of seven children, three of whom survive: Mrs. S.E. Jones, Mrs. J.E. Cochran, and John Stoner, all of Columbus. She also leaves four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Mrs. Stoner was one of the first members of the Presbyterian Church in this city and she has always remained firm in that faith. She will be kindly remembered by many Crestline people who knew her intimately and admired her.

This article appeared in the Crestline Advocate on Thursday, May 12, 1921.

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