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John Allmon died 1811, his will and personal property inventory of 1811 showed a farmer of modest success, leaving his house and part of section 25 of township 12 in range 2 of Ohio to his wife Hannah and his two sons Ebenezer and Thomas.
John Allmon will 1811
John Allmon inventory 1811

Listenfelt page from family Bible with birth dates from 1824, and typescript of Sketch of Susan and Conrad Listenfelt,
Listenfelt Bible
Listenfelt Sketch

Frederick Blomenberg was born in Windheim, Germany, and emigrated to America ca. 1880. He married Wilhelmine Witte; their marriage license from Adams County, Indiana, was dated August 24, 1883.
birth certif. 1815
marriage license

Conrad Witte was the father of Wilhelmina who married Frederick Blomenberg, and his will written in 1885 and probated in 1897 after his death in 1887 provided generously for the security of his wife.
Witte will
pages 3 4 5 6

J. Albert Schoenherr naturalization certificate 1886.
naturalization certif 1886

J. Albert Schoenherr worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad 1887-1926. His son Otto worked as a policeman in Fort Wayne 1922-43.
Pennsy pay record 1906
Police employment record 1922

Russell Case worked for the General Electric Company in Fort Wayne 1917-57. he suffered from hay fever that caused him to miss work in 1955.
illness report 1955
injury report 1957

Blackford County marriage record for John Markel and Elizabeth Ashbaugh 1871
marriage certif 1871

Allmon graves in Twin Hills Cemetery 1 mile east of Pennville in Blackford County. In front of the large marker with the name "Allmon" are 3 headstones for Aaron (1830-1914), Catherine (1838-1918), Elizabeth Ann Vogelsang (1866-1947). The headstone left of the marker is for Samuel (1824-1912).
Allmon cemetery

Schoenherr Gartin Family History | revised 1/6/2002 by Steve Schoenherr