Family:Jacob Zimmerman and Rebecca Powell (3)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1][7] 05 DEC 1833 Stark Co., Ohio
Other[2][8] 18 SEP 1850 Jackson twp., Seneca Co., OhioCensus1850
Other[3][9] 11 AUG 1860 Jefferson twp., Knox Co., OhioCensus1860
Other[4][10] 15 JUL 1870 Jackson twp., Seneca Co., OhioCensus1870
Other[5][11] 11 JUN 1880 Jackson twp., Seneca Co., OhioCensus1880
Other[6][12] 1906 Bio-hist
04 OCT 1834
25 DEC 1835
30 NOV 1925
1837 Ohio
17 NOV 1843
ABT MAR 1850

Image:DSC01222 zimmerman.jpg Photo of their tombstone. it is fairly large standing at least 6 foot tall --Msscarlet1957 01:55, 21 February 2008 (EST)

  1. Compiler: Alliance Genealogical Society. Early Marriages of Stark County, Ohio, 1809-1840 Volume 1. (Anundsen Publishing Co., Decorah, Iowa, 1986), page 102; county book A page 270.
  2. United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, page 417; image 13.
  3. United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, page 355A; sheet: 29; ancestry image 29.
  4. United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publications M593 and T132), page 134A; sheet: 15; ancestry image 15.
  5. United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, page 4D, sheet page 12, image 12, lines 31-33.
  6. D.J. Powell. The Powell Family a Record and Biography of the Descendants of Thomas Powell, Sr. (1906, Damascus, Ohio).
  7. by Jacob Herbster, Justice of Peace in Washington twp.
  8. real estate value: $200. All ten children at home
  9. real estate value $2000; personal property $400. They have three childrenlisted, Thomas, William, Susan. Also living there is Mary M Zimmerman,age 20, a "domestic" (possibly a daughter in law?). Living three doorsfrom them is their daughter, Mary Margaret "Susanna" Sinclair
  10. real estate value $1200; personal property $275. Jacob is listed as cannot write. They have at home daughter, Susan. Also living there is SarahE Sinclair, age 9. Living next door is son, William's family. Living twodoors down is daughter, Nancy's family
  11. only one child in the home, their granddaughter Libby Sinclair
  12. Excerpt from Powell family history book, "They lived for some time, aftertheir marriage, in Stark county; then moved to Knox county, and in 1849removed to Seneca county. This family has the distinction of furnishingmore soldiers for the civil war, than any other of the Powell families.Three sons and five sons-in-law having responded to their country'scall."