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Re: Christine Haga Rank
Posted by: Janeen Davis Proctor Date: October 17, 2001 at 06:01:21
In Reply to: Re: Christine Haga Rank by Gail Breitbard of 259

Here is what I have on John Michael Rank and his children:

Descendants of John Michael Rank


Generation No. 1

1. JOHN MICHAEL1 RANK died March 07, 1828 in Tuscarawas Co., Ohio. He married CHRISTINE HAGA 1788. She was born September 20, 1769, and died February 10, 1831 in Tuscarawas Co., Ohio.

Notes for JOHN MICHAEL RANK:
Moved to Tuscarawas Co., Ohio about 1812.

Notes for CHRISTINE HAGA:
Feb. 11, 1831- Burial at Gnadenhutten of widow, Christina Rank, madien name Hage, born Sept. 20, 1769. In 1788 she married John Michael Rank and had four sons and 8 daughters. Two daughters died. She has 35 grandchildren. The couple moved here about 19 years ago. Her husband died March 7, 1828. She died with apoplexy at 61 years, 4 months, and 20 days.

More About CHRISTINE HAGA:
Burial: Gnadenhutten Cemetery, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio

More About JOHN RANK and CHRISTINE HAGA:
Marriage: 1788, Probably Pennsylvania
       
Children of JOHN RANK and CHRISTINE HAGA are:
2.       i.       BARBARA2 RANK.
       ii.       JOHANNES RANK.
       iii.       SALOME RANK, m. DANIEL FRY, March 24, 1824, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio.

More About DANIEL FRY and SALOME RANK:
Marriage: March 24, 1824, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio

3.       iv.       JOHN PHILLIP RANK, b. September 18, 1795; d. September 04, 1870, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio.
4.       v.       ANNA CHRISTINA RANK, b. February 02, 1799, Pennsylvania; d. August 28, 1863, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio.
       vi.       CAROLINE RANK, b. August 20, 1822, Beersheba, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio.

Notes for CAROLINE RANK:
She was adopted.

5.       vii.       REBECCA RANK.
       viii.       MALE RANK.
       ix.       MALE RANK.
       x.       FEMALE RANK.
       xi.       FEMALE RANK.
       xii.       FEMALE RANK.


Generation No. 2

2. BARBARA2 RANK (JOHN MICHAEL1) She married HENRY YOUNG September 16, 1817 in Tuscarawas Co., Ohio. He was born 1794 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and died April 19, 1844 in Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio.

Notes for HENRY YOUNG:
From Beersheba Moravian Book: Died April 19, 1844; buried
April 21, 1844. Henry Jung, a widower about 50 years old. He was born in
Pennsylvania, near Carlisle. He moved to Ohio and married Barbara Rank,
sister of Brother Phil. Rank. Since Christmas he has been ill at Rank's
house. Died of consumption and was buried in Gnadenhutten. Brother Wolle
preached in English on John 17,3. He was survived by a minor son.

More About HENRY YOUNG:
Burial: Gnadenhutten Cemetery , Tuscarawas Co., Ohio

More About HENRY YOUNG and BARBARA RANK:
Marriage: September 16, 1817, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio
       
Child of BARBARA RANK and HENRY YOUNG is:
       i.       MICHAEL3 YOUNG, b. March 01, 1818, Beersheba, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio.

3. JOHN PHILLIP2 RANK (JOHN MICHAEL1) was born September 18, 1795, and died September 04, 1870 in Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio. He married LYDIA ALAMINE DODGE FRY September 11, 1821 in Tuscarawas Co., Ohio, daughter of ABRAHAM FRY and SUSANNAH GINTHER. She was born April 05, 1805 in Tuscarawas Co., Ohio, and died May 23, 1884 in Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio.

More About JOHN PHILLIP RANK:
Burial: Gnadenhutten Cemetery , Tuscarawas Co., Ohio

Notes for LYDIA ALAMINE DODGE FRY:
She was adopted by Abraham and Susannah Frey.

More About JOHN RANK and LYDIA FRY:
Marriage: September 11, 1821, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio
       
Children of JOHN RANK and LYDIA DODGE are:
       i.       EDWARD3 RANK, m. MARY ANN KNAUS, March 30, 1854.

More About EDWARD RANK and MARY KNAUS:
Marriage: March 30, 1854

       ii.       JACOB RANK, b. August 28, 1822, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio; d. February 18, 1824, Beersheba, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio.

More About JACOB RANK:
Date born 2: August 28, 1822
Burial: Gnadenhutten Cemetery, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio
       
Child of JOHN RANK and LYDIA FRY is:
       iii.       EDWARD3 RANK, b. 1832, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio; d. December 22, 1917, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio.

4. ANNA CHRISTINA2 RANK (JOHN MICHAEL1) was born February 02, 1799 in Pennsylvania, and died August 28, 1863 in Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio. She married (1) JOHN NOLL March 27, 1824 in Tuscarawas Co., Ohio. He was born December 10, 1799 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania, and died February 17, 1830 in Beersheba, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio. She married (2) SAMUEL FRY June 26, 1831 in Tuscarawas Co., Ohio, son of ABRAHAM FRY and SUSANNAH GINTHER. He was born January 01, 1795 in Lebanon Co., Pennsylvania, and died April 29, 1861 in Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio.

Notes for ANNA CHRISTINA RANK:
She was first married to John Noll. In the record book at Fry's Valley Moravian Church : Christinia Frey, born Feb 2, 1799, died Aug 1, 1863, widow of Samuel Frey, deceased, a worthy member of Fry's Valley Congregation. Died in the absence of the pastor and was buried in the Gnadenhutten graveyard by H. Hoffman.

More About ANNA CHRISTINA RANK:
Burial: Gnadenhutten Cemetery, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio

More About JOHN NOLL:
Burial: Sharon Graveyard, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio

More About JOHN NOLL and ANNA RANK:
Marriage: March 27, 1824, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio

Notes for SAMUEL FRY:
Samuel came with his parents to Tuscarawas Co., Ohio, arriving Nov 7, 1802, when he was 3 months shy of being 8 years old, this is where he spent the rest of his life. He was first married to Sarah Simmers in 1814, at the age of 19. He married second Christinia Rank in 1831, at the age of 36. Christinia was 32. Samuel had six children from his first marriage, his oldest being 16 and youngest was 3, Samuel and Christinia had their first child about 9 months later.They lived in Fry's Valley and were members of Fry's Valley Moravian Church. The following is copied from the records of this Moravian Church: Samuel Frey born Jan 1, 1795; died April 24, 1861, aged 65 years, 3 months, and 24 days, married brother, husband of Christinia Frey, son of the late Abraham Frey after who Frey's Valley is named. He suffered for more than 15 years of a lamed back. In recent years it is beleived he became a true child of God who gloried his Lord in his suffering. This pastor visited him the eveing before his death, found him in his usaual health, though he mentioned that this might be my last visit. At Breakfast the next morning a servere chest pain overtook him and he was brought to bed only a few minutes before his death. He is survived by his wife, 12 children and 44 grandchildren. C. L. Reinke, Pastor.
He has a will on file in Tucarawas Co., Ohio. He had 6 children with first wife and 6 with second wife.

More About SAMUEL FRY:
Burial: Gnadenhutten Cemetery, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio
Cause of Death: Heart Attack

More About SAMUEL FRY and ANNA RANK:
Marriage: June 26, 1831, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio
       
Children of ANNA RANK and JOHN NOLL are:
       i.       SARAH SALOME3 NOLL.
       ii.       LEVI NOLL, b. February 09, 1826.
       iii.       BELINDE NOLL, b. May 24, 1829.
       
Children of ANNA RANK and SAMUEL FRY are:
       iv.       JOSEPH3 FRY, b. October 29, 1832, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio; d. February 07, 1913, New Philadelphia, Ohio; m. (1) ELIZA BOWSHER, Bef. 1863; d. April 30, 1863; m. (2) SUSAN MILLER, Aft. 1863; d. 1915.

More About JOSEPH FRY:
Burial: New Philadelphia, Ohio

More About JOSEPH FRY and ELIZA BOWSHER:
Marriage: Bef. 1863

More About JOSEPH FRY and SUSAN MILLER:
Marriage: Aft. 1863

       v.       SUSAN ELIZABETH FRY, b. July 22, 1835, Frys Valley, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio; d. 1911, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio; m. JOSEPH BARR, September 06, 1856, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio; b. 1830; d. 1907.

More About JOSEPH BARR and SUSAN FRY:
Marriage: September 06, 1856, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio

       vi.       BENJAMIN F. FRY, b. July 14, 1836; d. January 02, 1863, Civil War, Stone River.
       vii.       LYDIA MATILDA FRY, b. May 26, 1838, Frys Valley, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio; d. December 24, 1895, Owaneco, ILL.; m. SAM RAMSEYER, May 28, 1856, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio; b. Abt. 1834, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio; d. March 19, 1917, Owaneco, ILL..

Notes for LYDIA MATILDA FRY:
She had 10 children, had an infant that died.

More About LYDIA MATILDA FRY:
Burial: Owaneco, ILL.

More About SAM RAMSEYER:
Burial: Owaneco, ILL.

More About SAM RAMSEYER and LYDIA FRY:
Marriage: May 28, 1856, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio

       viii.       WILLIAM THEOPHOLIS FRY, b. May 14, 1840, Fry's valley, Tuscarawas County, Ohio; d. December 12, 1910, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas County, Ohio; m. MARY FENNER, September 27, 1867, Gnadenhutton, Tuscarawas County, Ohio; b. October 14, 1846, Sharon, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio; d. October 19, 1908, New Philadeiphia, Ohio.

Notes for WILLIAM THEOPHOLIS FRY:
He was a Tuscarawas Co., Ohio schoolteacher. He was School Supertendant in Daviess and Montgomery Co., IN. In summer of 1867 William was elected Superintendent of Uhrichsville School district in Ohio and paid $60.00 per month. He was re-elected in 1868 and his salary increased to $80.00 per month. He continued as Superintendant until 1870. Superintendant of Crawfordsville, Montgomery Co., IN. schools in 1882, the boys of 1882 inscribed a large granite field boulder which laid in the corner of the Crawfordsville High School on St. Road 47 South on which is this inscription :Boys of 82 {1882} To Supt. W. Fry. The following is from Crawfordsville paper dated Oct. 7, 1898 : There is a between- the- lines echo of grim humor in this new announcement from the local high-school, found in a newspaper of the elegant eighties vintage : The High School presented Superintendant Fry with an elegant gold- headed cane yesterday afternoon. The presentation speech was made by Mort Keegan. A. S. Custer, on behalf of the teaching staff, also presented Superintendent Fry with a large comfortable arm chair with the remark that henceforth after the Professor had subduded some of his recalcitrant pupils with one of his well known and vigorous canings, he would need some place to rest. Hence the propriety of presenting him with a chair as well as a new cane. Superintendant Fry made a speech of grateful acceptance.                      He served 3 years in the civil war and spent 18 months in Libby prision at Richmond, VA and in Anderson prision in Georgia. His family says he would never talk about the horrors of the war. Two of his brothers, David Peter and Benjamin Franklin {after who William named one of his sons}lost their young lives to the war. William was enlisted in Company D, 11th, in 1861, for about 4 months, his father died and he returned to Ohio and taught school that winter. He then re-enlisted in Co. H, 18th, for 3 years. He was in battle of Stone River, Hoover's Gap, and Chickamauga. In this last battle he was captured and put in prision.

More About WILLIAM THEOPHOLIS FRY:
Burial: Sharon, Ohio Moravian church yard

More About MARY FENNER:
Burial: Sharon, Ohio Moravian church yard

More About WILLIAM FRY and MARY FENNER:
Marriage: September 27, 1867, Gnadenhutton, Tuscarawas County, Ohio

       ix.       DAVID PETER FRY, b. September 18, 1841, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio; d. March 07, 1866, Gnadenhutten, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio.

Notes for DAVID PETER FRY:
Family records say he died in service. The Cemetery records say he died March 7,1861. He was a member of Company A, 51st Ohio. There was evidently a tie between the brothers, David Peter and Benjamin. Both served in the 51st and Benjamin willed everything he had to David, and both ended up dying in the war. They also had a nephew, Allen Fry { son of Enoch Fry, who was son of Samuel Fry and first wife Sarah Simmers} who served in the Ohio 51st. Allen died from disease during service on May 7, 1863 at Murfreesboro, TN. Samuel Fry lost 2 sons and 1 grandson to the war.

5. REBECCA2 RANK (JOHN MICHAEL1) She married ERASTUS IVES.
       
Child of REBECCA RANK and ERASTUS IVES is:
       i.       EZECHIEL HALL3 IVES, b. August 18, 1829, Beersheba, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio.


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