Person:John Leichty (1)

Watchers
  1. Catherine Liechty1870 - 1909
  2. John Leichty1873 - 1953
  3. Daniel Leichty1875 - 1937
m. 19 Sep 1895
  1. Allie Leichty1896 - 1982
  2. Katie Leichty1897 - 1897
  3. Anna Leichty1898 - 1979
  4. Amos Leichty1900 - 1975
  5. Noah Leichty1903 - 1982
  6. John S. Leichty1905 - 1974
  7. Mary Leichty1906 - 1989
  8. Bertha Leichty1908 - 2005
  9. Elnora Leichty1911 - 1987
  10. Herman Leichty1912 - 1996
  11. Albert Leichty1913 - 1977
  12. Raymond Leichty1914 - 2003
  13. Velma Leichty1917 - 2002
  14. Lucille Leichty1920 - 2002
  15. Living Leichty
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] John Leichty
Gender Male
Birth[2][3] 11 Feb 1873 Cedar Creek twp., Allen co., Indiana, United States
Marriage License 14 Sep 1895 Allen co., Indiana, United StatesA license was issued by Henry M. Metzger, clerk of the Allen Co. Circuit Court, for John Leichty and Sarah Neuhauser. The affidavit affirming the legal age and residency of the couple was signed by David Neuhauser.
to Sarah Neuhouser
Other had 7 sons and 9 daughters
with Sarah Neuhouser
Marriage 19 Sep 1895 DeKalb co., Indiana, United StatesJohn Leichty (occ. farmer) of Cedar Creek Twp., son of John Leichty and Katie Yoder, and Sarah Neuhauser of Milan Twp., daughter of Christopher Neuhauser and Anna Swartz, were joined in marriage by John Stafford, Minister. It was stated that this was the first marriage for each of them.
to Sarah Neuhouser
Census 1 Jun 1900 Cedar Creek twp., Allen co., Indiana, United Stateson a farm that was rented
John Leichty (occ. farmer) was residing with his wife Sarah and daughters Ella and Annie. It was stated that 2 of Sarah's 3 children were living.
with Sarah Neuhouser
Census 15 Apr 1910 Cedar Creek twp., Allen co., Indiana, United Stateson a farm that was owned with a mortgage
John Leichty (occ. farmer) was residing with his wife Sarah; sons Amos, Noah, and John; and daughters Allia, Anna, Mary, and Bertha. It was stated that 7 of Sarah's 8 children were living.
with Sarah Neuhouser
Residence[2] 12 Sep 1918 Allen co., Indiana, United States(Fort Wayne rural postal route)
John Leichty signed a card for the third registration of the WW I draft. John (occ. farmer) stated his nearest relative was [wife] Sarah Leichty, at the same address. The registrar's report describes him as stout build, blue eyes, brown hair, and without physical disability. His height was not indicated.
Occupation[2] farmer
Census 1 Jan 1920 family not found in census
with Sarah Neuhouser
Census 1 Apr 1930 Cedar Creek twp., Allen co., Indiana, United Stateson Schwartz Road, on a farm that was owned
John Leichty (occ. farmer) was residing with his wife Sarah; sons Noah (occ. laborer in tile factory), John S. (occ. wire drawer in wire mill), Herman (occ. farm laborer), Albert (occ. farm laborer), Raymond, and Paul; and daughters Allie, Elnora, Velma, Violet, and Lucille.
with Sarah Neuhouser
Census 1 Apr 1940 Cedar Creek twp., Allen co., Indiana, United Stateson a farm that was owned
John Leichty (occ. farmer) was residing with his wife Sarah; sons John S. (occ. floor manager in hardware), Albert (occ. farm laborer), Raymond (occ. laborer at chick hatchery), and Paul (occ. farm helper); and daughters Elnora (occ. house maid), Violet, and Lucille. All were recorded as residing in the “same house” as in 1935.
with Sarah Neuhouser
Death? 6 Sep 1953 Allen co., Indiana, United States
Burial[1] Leo Memorial Cemetery, Leo, Allen co., Indiana, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Gravestone in Leo Memorial Cemetery, Cedar Creek Twp., in NSDAR. Mary Penrose Wayne Chapter (Fort Wayne, Indiana). Allen County Indiana Cemetery Project. (Online: RootsWeb, 2008-2011), digital image, accessed 25 May 2011.

    “LEICHTY, SARAH 1876–1953, JOHN 1873–1953”

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 United States. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M1509), [roll IN2], FHL #1439778, Allen Co., [digital image, Ancestry.com], registered 12 Sept. 1918.

    John Leichty, age 45, was born 11 Feb. 1873.

  3. 3.0 3.1 Location from Marriage Records, see the references for his marriage.