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I want to thank Charlotte Benz for sending this picture to me to put on AncientFaces.com. Abigail, born 10 June 1827 in Ross, Athens Co, Ohio, was the daughter of Marcus Francis Frost and Eunice Paulk. She married James F. Springer on 1 July 1847 in Hockingport,Athens Co, Ohio. He had been born on 8 July 1824 in Uniontown, Fayette Co, Pennsylvania. Abigail died 22 May 1908 and James died 23 Jan 1909 both in Lebanon, Red Willow Co, Nebraska. They are also both buried at the Hamburg Cemetery in Danbury, Red Willow Co, Nebraska.
I want to thank Charlotte Benz for sending me this picture to put on AncientFaces.com. Abigail, born 10 June 1827 in Ross, Athens Co, Ohio, was the daughter of Marcus Francis Frost and Eunice Paulk. She married James F. Springer on 1 July 1847 in Hockingport,Athens Co, Ohio. He had been born on 8 July 1824 in Uniontown, Fayette Co, Pennsylvania. Abigail died 22 May 1908 and James died 23 Jan 1909 both in Lebanon, Red Willow Co, Nebraska. They are also both buried at the Hamburg Cemetery in Danbury, Red Willow Co, Nebraska.
I wish to thank Charlotte Benz (CBenz46@aol.com) for sending me this picture for this site. She is the editor of a wonderful new Frost newsletter, which she sends out twice annually, via an attachment in an email. The latest issue of this newsletter is Volume 2, #2 contains this picture of Zenas Frost. My notes about Zenas in the military consist of the following quotations from various sources: "At age fifteen, Zenas ran away from home to join the Union Army. Men from that area left by train from New England, which was about ten miles from their home. I expect they walked that distance to catch the train. The first time Zenas left for the army, his father brought him back home. The second time he ran away, his father didn't go get him. Zenas said he remembered sitting on a log in the rain in a swamp and wishing his father would come for him again. He enlisted in Co. A, 129th Regiment O.V.I. [Ohio Volunteer Infantry] on 24 June 1863 for six months duty. He was discharged 8 March 1864 at Camp Cleveland. His second enlistment was for only 100 days and he reenlisted for a third time. He reenlisted in Co. E, 174th Regiment O.V.I. for one year and was discharged 28 June 1865 at Charlotte, North Carolina. One winter was spent on guard duty at Cumberland Gap. They nearly starved while there. Rations were so low at the end of winter they received only one tablespoon of coffee and one pint of corn meal every four days. Anything else had to be foraged off the land. One soldier shot a goat and they ate good as long as it lasted. In one letter written while at Cumberland Gap, he said someone shot a hoot owl and the soldier said he didn't care how 'owled' it was, he was going to have it cooked. When they were finally relieved, they found out the top brass had forgotten they were there. "At one point during the war, Zenas was shot and the bullet grazed the back of his neck and knocked him unconscious. The rest of his group thought he was dead and went on without him. Later, he regained consciousness and caught up with the other soldiers. "While in the service, he spent some time in the hospital in or near Washington, D.C. President Lincoln visited the wounded and shook hands with all the men. Zenas thought it was wonderful that he had had the opportunity to shake hands with the president. "For a short time, he was stationed in the Chesapeake Bay area and he said for once in his life he had all the oysters he could eat. I remember as a child how fond he was of oysters. He used to go to Athens or Parkersburg on the train and bring home a gallon bucket of oysters and we all had a feast real often. "In another letter written from Gainsboro, North Carolina, dated 18 April 1865, he related that they had bad news; the President (Lincoln) had died and he thought the war would soon be over. "His older brother, Elisha, served in the same company and regiment with him. They were in Cleveland to be discharged and, the night before returning home, Elisha died suddenly. Zenas was saddened to bring his brother's body home in this way. "Among the souveniers brought home was a small piece of the Rebel flag from the battle of Murphresboro, fought on 2 January 1863. Also, he brought a piece of fabric showing the colors of Co. E, 174th Regiment flag. He said they had cut the flags in small pieces and disributed them among the soldiers to take home. These have been mounted and preserved in a glass bottle on cotton by his daughter-in-law, the late Evie Frost. "Clarence Frost, a grandson, furnished the information for this article and it is all from the memory of hearing his grandfather relate his army experiences. He has the souveniers at his home near Frost." I also have elsewhere on this AncientFaces.com site a picture of Zenas, his wife, Mary L. Patton, his son Press, and his daughter, Dora. For more information on Zenas and his family, please visit my site (bcarl110)on Rootsweb.com.
Lewis Frost was born 21 May 1821 in Athens, Ohio, the son of Hemam Frost and Susan Barrows. He died 24 April 1899 in Athens. He married 1) Salome/Saloma Barrows, b 7 Oct 1827 in Athens and d 20 Dec 1853 in Athens, and 2) Alma Adella Hayes, b 15 Jan, 1835 in Athens and d 11 March 1913 in Athens .
I believe Dori Chrisp is the one who sent me this picture as well as the one of young Esther, and the one of both Jabez and Esther, elsewhere on this site. The children from left to right are: Almira Mae Frost and her husband, William White, Joseph Frost, Naomi Frost, the youngest, and Arthur Frost.
Jabez was the son of Joseph Frost and Almira Frost aka Elmira Frost aka Amelia Frost. He was born in 1849 in Ohio, married Esther Ellen Root on 2 Oct 1871 in Athens Co, Ohio, and died on 10 Nov 1905. Jabez and Esther had four known children: Almira Mae who married William White, Joseph, Arthur, and Naomi. Jabez and Esther are buried in the Frost/Doan/Barrows Cemetery, Rome Twp, Athens Co, Ohio. See a picture of their family and one of Esther when she was younger elsewhere on this site.,
I estimate that this picture was taken before Esther was married to Jabez Frost on 2 Oct 1871 in Athens County, Ohio. She was born in 1847 and died in 1922. See 2 other pictures elsewhere on this site: (1)with her husband and (2)with her family, taken in 1897. I believe this picture was sent to me by Dori Chrisp.
"John J. Toth Sep. 10, 1912 - Sept. 13, 2005 John J. Toth, 93, of Santa Monica Drive in Granger, Indiana, passed away Tuesday, September 13d, 2005, in Hospice House, South Bend, Indiana. Mr. Toth was born on September 13, 2005, in Hungary, to John and Verona (Egri) Toth. He retired from the former Bendix Corporation as a supervisor. On May 24, 1941, John married Virginia M. Linkees, who survives. Surviving with his wife of 64 years are nieces and nephews, Martha McLoed, Joan Nowaczynski, Carl, Bruce and Nick Carrico, Patricia Toth, Diane Fink, and Susan Bailey. A brother, Nicholas, and his wife, Betty Toth, and a sister, Ann Carrico, preced him in death. Mr. Toth was a member of St. Pius X Catholic Church, the Bendix Salaried Retirees Club, and was a lifetime D.A.V. member. He served in the Army as a combat engineer during WW II. Mr. Toth was a former member of St. Stephen Catholic Clhurch in South Bend where he served as past president of the parish council, was an usher and very active in the parish. Visitation will be held from 3 to 7 PM today, September, 15, 2005, in the Kaniewski Funeral Home, 3545 N. Bendix Drive, South Bend, Indiana, where a parish Rosary will be at 5 P. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:30 AM Friday September 16, 2005, in St. Pius X Catholic Church, where friends may call one hour prior to the Mass in the church. Burial will follow at st. Joseph ValleyMemorial Park, Granger, Indiana. Memorial contributions may be made to TheCenter for Hospice and Palliative Care, Inc., 111 Sunnybrook Court, south Bend, IN 46637; or to st. :Pius X Catholic Church, 52553 Fir Road, Granger, IN 46530."
I want to thank Barbara Neff (email@example.com)who sent me the data and this family picture to put on this site. Front row, left to right: 1) Adaline Carl (1830-1909), dau of John Carl and Elizabeth (Smeigh), mother of Charles Christian Carl; 2) Charles Christian Carl, who married Susan (Wertz), dau of Henry Wertz and Catherine E. (Snyder). Charles died 11 Feb 1944. 3) Ruth Kathleen Carl (9 Sep 1895-1940) who married John Beitzel Kennedy. 4) Susan Wertz Carl (9 Feb 1856-3 June 1930), Charles's wife, was the dau of Henry Wertz and Catherine E. (Snyder). All those named above, except for Adaline's parents, were buried at Mt. Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Landisburg, Perry Co, PA. Back Row, left to right: 5) Harry J. Carl (1879-1953) who married Kathryn F. (Rice) (1889-1950). 6) Kathren Carl (1884-25 Sep 1962) who married Winfield H. Gray. 7) Lenus Carl, MD (1878-1938) who married Florence Stewart (1880-1969). 8) William C. Carl (1881-1935) who lived in Colorado.
Marlene Hudson sent me this picture. She does not know who is who, and neither do I. On the back of the original is written: "This is the whole family Our two sons-in-law on this end. Perry's family on the other end. Cora is in front row Nora behind her. This was taken 3 yrs ago. Sol Sweat is on the end and Louis Carr next."
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BettyJane Carl Not that I remember. Do you know who were the parents of Edith Carr?
Sep 29, 2012 · posted to the photo George W. Carr With Roy Neal & John Edwin Carr
BettyJane Carl Thank you, Steve, for the correction.
Feb 21, 2012 · posted to the photo Close Up Of The Tombstone of Sam Bass, Outlaw
BettyJane Carl Correction: The second time and ever since, for me, her face is gone, replaced by the male pastor's in a straight forward position, not bowed.
Nov 01, 2011 · posted to the photo Miracle Photo
BettyJane Carl John: Thank you so much for your corrections. Do you know what Alvah's wife's name was? Who died in 1912, Alvah or Willie?
Oct 17, 2011 · posted to the photo Willie W. Frost at Age 7
BettyJane Carl Dear Carole: I am sorry, but I have no idea. Was that Wayne County in Indiana? If I find out anything, I will let you know. bjc
Sep 22, 2011 · posted to the photo Rosannah (Sheeks) Albin
BettyJane Carl What was Papa's name and that of his wife?
Jun 05, 2009 · posted to the photo My sister's and mother at Papa's funeral
BettyJane Carl Do you know what was the message that Robert bestowe on the Priors of St. John's. Thank you, Betty Jane Carl
May 28, 2009 · posted to the story History of the name Frost
BettyJane Carl I want to thank Marlene Hudson for the three pictures of Ann (Seely) Norval Abernathy I have put on this site.
Jan 11, 2008 · posted to the photo (1) Ann (Seely) Norval Abernathy (1808-1884) of Ralls County and Putnam County, Missouri
BettyJane Carl Great story! Thanks for sharing. Betty Jane Carl
May 13, 2007 · posted to the story Memories of my childhood