Person:Adam Stephon (2)

Watchers
    m. 4 NOV 1841
    1. Christian Stephon1851 - 1859
    2. Andreas (Andrew) Stephon1852 -
    3. CAROLINE STEPHON1855 - 1935
    4. Adam Stephon1857 - 1915
    5. Charles William (Karl Wilhelm) Stephon1866 - 1930
    m. 19 OCT 1879
    Facts and Events
    Name[1][2][3][4][5][6] Adam Stephon
    Gender Male
    Birth[7][8] 11 JUN 1857 Jefferson Township, Tuscarawas County, OH
    Baptism[11] 5 JUL 1857
    Marriage 19 OCT 1879 Tuscarawas County, OHto Phoebe Miller
    Reference Number 510-15033
    Phoebe Miller
    Other Frederick Schaad, Minister of the Gospel, St. John's Auburn Twp.Married by/of
    with Phoebe Miller
    Death[9] 8 JAN 1915 Massillon, Stark County, OH
    Other[12] 8 JAN 1915 57-6-27Age at time of death
    Burial[10] 12 JAN 1915

    [PattiOlsson.FTW]

    According to the St. Jacob's book, Adam lived at Ragersville then moved to a farm near the William Miller farm. He was a sawyer and operated a saw mill.

    1860 Census, Jefferson Twp., pg. 163: Elizabeth Stephan, age 58, widowed, b. Bavaria, mother and father b. Bavaria Adam, age 22, farmer, b. OH Emma, age 18, b. OH Charles W., age 13, farmer, b. OH Phebe, age 22, daughter-in-law, b. OH, parents b. OH

    References
    1. Compiled by Howard E. Mizer and Edith Miller Sisson. History of St. Jacob's Church and Families of the Community.
    2. Translated and copied by Maxine Renner Eberle. Churchbook of St. Jacob's Reformed, begun in 1856, Jefferson Township, Tuscarawas County, OH. (Ragersville, Ohio Historical Society Project).
    3. 1880 Census, Jefferson Twp., pg. 163.
    4. 1860 Census, Tuscarawas County, Jefferson Twp., pg. 207.
    5. 1870 Census, Tuscarawas County, Jefferson Twp., pg. 23.
    6. Records begun in 1847 by Pastor John George Zahner. Churchbook of First German Reformed Congregation in Ragersville, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, Inc. 7 Feb. 1837. (Published by Ragersville, Ohio HIstorical Society, transcribed from the original German by Maxine Eberle), 141.
    7. Translated and copied by Maxine Renner Eberle. Churchbook of St. Jacob's Reformed, begun in 1856, Jefferson Township, Tuscarawas County, OH. (Ragersville, Ohio Historical Society Project).
    8. Records begun in 1847 by Pastor John George Zahner. Churchbook of First German Reformed Congregation in Ragersville, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, Inc. 7 Feb. 1837. (Published by Ragersville, Ohio HIstorical Society, transcribed from the original German by Maxine Eberle), 141.
    9. Records begun in 1847 by Pastor John George Zahner. Churchbook of First German Reformed Congregation in Ragersville, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, Inc. 7 Feb. 1837. (Published by Ragersville, Ohio HIstorical Society, transcribed from the original German by Maxine Eberle), 141.
    10. Records begun in 1847 by Pastor John George Zahner. Churchbook of First German Reformed Congregation in Ragersville, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, Inc. 7 Feb. 1837. (Published by Ragersville, Ohio HIstorical Society, transcribed from the original German by Maxine Eberle), 141.
    11. Translated and copied by Maxine Renner Eberle. Churchbook of St. Jacob's Reformed, begun in 1856, Jefferson Township, Tuscarawas County, OH. (Ragersville, Ohio Historical Society Project).
    12. Records begun in 1847 by Pastor John George Zahner. Churchbook of First German Reformed Congregation in Ragersville, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, Inc. 7 Feb. 1837. (Published by Ragersville, Ohio HIstorical Society, transcribed from the original German by Maxine Eberle), 141.