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1880 Arthur Shauck (age 26, born in Ohio, married) lived in Perry Twp, Morrow County, Ohio, in a household with Nettie Shauck (age 23), Belle Shauck (age 3), and Porty Shauck (age 1/12). Arthur Shauck's parents were both born in Ohio. Arthur Shauck's occupation was farmer. [1]

1900 Ellen M. Hosler, age 44, and Arthur M. Shanck were married on March 8 in Morrow County, Ohio. Ellen M. Hosler was a daughter of G. R. Hosler and Elizabeth Shell. Arthur had been previously married and was a miller. [Photocopy, Marriage record for Ellen M Hosler and Arthur M Shank.] [2] [3]

1909-1910 Arthur M Shauck, Ellen M, Bertha, and Alma were listed in the Norwalk, Ohio City Directory living at Marshall rule street West. [4]

1925 Arthur M. Schauck died on February 5, at Norwalk, Huron, Ohio. He was born on June 19. 1854 in Ohio. He was a millwright living at 18 Carwin, Norwalk, Huron, Ohio. He was buried at Woodlawn Cemetery. He was maried to Ellen Schauck He was the son of Henry Schauck, born in Pennsylvania, and Sarah Hetrick, born in Ohio. [5] [6]

1929 Ellen M Shack, widow of Arthur was listed in the City Directory of Norwalk, Ohio. [7]

1929 Ellen Maria Shauck died on July 12, in Norwalk, Huron County, Ohio. She was the widow of A. M Shauck. Ellen Maria, daughter of Geo R. Hosler and Elizabeth Schell, was born on August 25, 1855, in North Woodbury, Ohio. The informant was Mrs G E Humphrey. [8]

1929 Ellen Shauck was buried at Woodlawn Cemetery in Norwalk, Huron County, Ohio. [9]

A biosketch [10] reports:

Henry C. Shauck, farmer; P. O. Shaucks (Johnsville), is the oldest son of, William H. and Mary A. Shauck; he was born near Johnsville, July 11, 1830; he lived in his father's family until twenty-three, in the meantime, gaining a fair education in the Johnsville schools; he united his fortunes with Sarah A. Hetrick, Sept. 6, 1853. She is a daughter of Jacob and Lydia (Winters) Hetrick; was born in Troy Twp, Richland Co.,Ohio, March 25, 1835. After marriage Mr.Shauck farmed about three years on his father's farm, then purchased seventy-six acres of the present place, where he has lived ever since; he has added to his first purchase one hundred and ten acres of the old homestead. Mr. Shauck has three sons living-and one daughter dead. Arthur was born June 19, 1854, married Nettie Shenefield, and has two children. Florence M. was born May 30, 1858, and died July 12, 1861. Charlie was born July 22,1860. Samuel Irwin, July 9, 1868. Mr. Shauck is a Republican in politics; his father, William H. Shauck, was born in Pennsylvania, Dec. 27, 1794; he was a soldier in the war of 1812, and pursued the calling of mill-wright; he came from York Co, of the Keystone State, in about 1816, being about twenty-two years of age, and entered 160 acres of land, clearing a portion of it. He devoted himself to building mills for some years, erecting three saw mills, a woolen mill and several grist mills in this vicinity. He sold his first purchase of land to Garver and Baldwin, and purchased 160 acres here of parties in the east about 1833; and in 1834, he laid out on his land that portion of Johnsville lying west of Main street, while John Ely laid out the eastern half. They then drew cuts to see who should name the village, and John Ely being the successful one it was named Johnsville instead of Williamsport. He made two or three trips on foot to Pennsylvania, and owned four hundred and sixty-seven acres of land here, and six hundred and forty acres in Missouri and Iowa. He was a member of the New School Baptist Church.


[1] United States Federal Census, 1880, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[2] Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-2016, [FamilySearchImage], [FamilySearchRecord].

[3] Family Search, Ohio, County Marriage Records, 1774-1993, [AncestryRecord].

[4] Personal Communication, Pam Shenefield Long.

[5] FamilySearch.org, [FamilySearchRecord].

[6] Find A Grave Memorial 77800290, [FindAGrave].

[7] Personal Communication, Pam Shenefield Long.

[8] FamilySearch.org, [FamilySearchRecord].

[9] Find A Grave Memorial 77800501, [FindAGrave].

[10] William Henry Perrin, J. H. Battle, History of Morrow County and Ohio (Chicago: O. L. Baskin & Co., 1880), 831, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].