|Jane Curci||2007-01-26 18:25:46|
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Brumbaugh, Gaius Marcus, [View Citation] [Table of Contents] [Page Numbers]
Genealogy of the descendants of Theobald Fouse (Fauss) : including many other connected families
Baltimore: Waverly Press :, 1914, 373 pgs.
See the name Criswell in the Index 180, 162, 243
MARGARET SHULTZ, daughter of Elizabeth (Fouse) Shultz and Anthony Shultz, was born June 28, 1867. September 21, 1890, she married Albert Criswell, born June 10, 1866; son of Joseph and Sarah (Fisher) Criswell. Mr. Criswell is a platerer, and his address is Entriken, Huntingeon County, Pennsylvania
Children (6) named Criswell:
Chester Arthur Reed, b. March 9, 1888
Anthony Howard, b April 21, 1892; d August 4, 1896
+ Lena Catharine, b April 25, 1897; m. George W. Hess
Charles H. b April 25, 1897
A. Ross, b April 22, 1899
Margaret, b February 5, 1904
Wesley Fouse Nicodemus, son of Margaret (Fouse) Nicodemus and Jacob A. Nicodemus, was born April 26, 1846, and in 1868 married Lucinda Acker, duaghter of John Acker, Jr. The family resides in Denver, CO whre Mr. Nicodemus died in 1906.
+ Margaret Elizabeth, b January 24, 1870; m Charles O. Westphal
+ Oliver, b August 5, 1874; m Maud A. Criswell
+ James Earl, b October 30, 1880; m Clio Abergaust
+ Wesley Roy, b June 16, 1886; m Oris Hiatt
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