Person:Benjamin Pittenger (19)

Watchers
Benjamin Pittenger
m.
  1. Catherine PitengerAbt 1775 -
  2. Eleanor Pittenger1775 - 1824
  3. Ellender PittengerAbt 1777 -
  4. John Pittenger1778 - 1857
  5. Leah Pittenger1782 -
  6. Daniel Pittenger1786 - 1821
  7. Crane PittengerAbt 1788 -
  8. James Pittinger1788 -
  9. Henry PittengerAbt 1790 -
  10. Jeremiah Pittenger1790 - 1862
  11. Mary Pittenger1794 -
  12. Prudence Pittenger1795 -
  13. Benjamin Pittenger1798 - 1881
  14. William B PittengerEst 1800 -
m. 09 SEP 1825
  1. Josephine O Pittenger1826 - 1850
  2. Mary J Pittenger1827 - 1834
  3. Cornelia Theresa Pittenger1829 - 1906
  4. Celia Ann Pittenger1832 - 1914
  5. Benjamin F Pittenger1834 - 1835
  6. DeWitt Clinton Pittenger1836 - 1904
  7. Rufus W Pittenger1838 - 1840
  8. Emma L Pittenger1841 - 1892
  9. Anna M Pittenger1844 - 1845
  10. Theresa C Pittenger1847 - 1848
m. 13 DEC 1849
  1. John P PittingerEst 1849 -
  2. Millard Fillmore Pittenger1851 - 1937
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Benjamin Pittenger
Alt Name[4][5][6] Benjamin Pittinger
Alt Name[7] Benj Petenger
Gender Male
Birth[8][4][9][10] 29 JAN 1798 Graceham, Frederick County, MD, USA
Adoption[14] 08 APR 1816 Frederick County, MD, USA
Property[36] 01 NOV 1824 Frederick County, MD, USA
Residence[15] 1824 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Residence[16] 1825 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Residence[17][18][19] 1825 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Marriage 09 SEP 1825 Frederick County, MD, USAto Theresa Creeger
Alt Marriage 10 SEP 1825 to Theresa Creeger
Occupation[17][20][21] FROM DEC 1825 TO 1834 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAa first merchants in Tiffin (dry goods)
Census[6][39] 01 JUN 1830 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Occupation[22][20][23] FROM 1831 TO 1839 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAan owners
Occupation[24][25][26][27] FROM 1831 TO 1845 Seneca County, OH, USAan associate judge of Common Pleas as Whig
Census[28][40] 01 JUN 1840 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Other[29][41] JUN 1844 Seneca County, OH, USANote
Other MAY 1845 Note
with Theresa Creeger
Occupation[30][19] 1846 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAa mayor
Other[31][42] NOV 1847 Seneca County, OH, USANote
Marriage 13 DEC 1849 Seneca County, OH, USAto Mary Ann Hunter
Census[32] 01 JUN 1850 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Occupation[7][4][5] FROM 1850 TO 1880 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAa farmer
Census[7] 01 JUN 1860 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Residence[33][18] 1860 Eden Township, Seneca County, OH, USA
Residence[34][13][9][43] FROM 1860 TO 1880 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Residence[12] 1861 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Census[35] 01 JUN 1870 Clinton Township, Seneca County, OH, USA
Census[5] 01 JUN 1880 Clinton Township, Seneca County, OH, USA
Will[3] 1881 Seneca County, OH, USA
Residence[13][38] Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Death[8][11][12][10] 24 JAN 1881 Eden Township, Seneca County, OH, USA
Burial[1][8][10][37] Greenlawn Cemetery, , Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Greenlawn Cemetery Records, Record Type: Greenlawn Cemetery Records (microfilm)
    Benj. Pittenger, endowed, section 43, lot 16 and 15.
  2. Seigley, Jean. Marriages of Seneca County, Ohio 1841 - 1899. (Seneca County Genealogical Society, Tiffin, Ohio, 1994)
    p. 280 citation 3-244.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Doran, Raymond. Index to Wills and Estates, 1851 Thru 1900, Seneca County, Ohio Probate Court. (Seneca County Genealogical Society, Tiffin, Ohio, 1989)
    p. 57 (vol. 6 p. 17 case 2354).
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Seneca, Ohio, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    424.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Seneca County, Ohio, National Archives and Records Admini. (1880).
  6. 6.0 6.1 United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Seneca County, Ohio, National Archives and Records Admini. (1830)
    Benjamin Pittinger entry, p. 152.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Seneca County, Ohio, National Archives and Records Admini. (1860).
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Seneca County Genealogical Society. Seneca County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions. (A-1 Printing Center, Bucyrus, Ohio, 1987)
    175.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Lang, William. History of Seneca County, from the close of the Revolutionary War to July, 1880: embracing many personal sketches of pioneers, anecdotes, and faithful descriptions of events pertaining to the organization of the county and its progress. (Springfield, OH: Transcript Printing, 1880)
    308-310.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 Greenlawn Cemetery, Record Type: Tombstone, Name Of Person: Richard Tonsing. (6 July 2002)
    Benjamin Pittenger Tombstone.
  11. Ohio Genealogical Society. Seneca County, Ohio, Ancestor Charts. (Seneca County Genealogical Society, Tiffin, Ohio, 1990).
  12. 12.0 12.1 History of Seneca County, Ohio: containing a history of the county, its townships, towns, villages, portraits of early settlers and prominent men, biographies, history of the Northwest territory, history of Ohio, statistical and miscellaneous matter, etc., etc. (Tucson, Arizona: W.C. Cox Co., 1974)
    461 & 815-816.
  13. 13.0 13.1 Buskirk, Paul Jarvis. "Paul Jarvis Buskirk (3871 N. State Route 101, Tiffin, Ohio) to Richard Tonsing.", Recipient: Richard Tonsing
    3/12/1996.
  14. Guardian bonds, 1778-1853, 1773-1853, Volume: Liber GM no. 1 1778-1815 Liber HS no. 1-2 1815-23, Record Info:
    55.
  15. History of Seneca County, Ohio: containing a history of the county, its townships, towns, villages, portraits of early settlers and prominent men, biographies, history of the Northwest territory, history of Ohio, statistical and miscellaneous matter, etc., etc. (Tucson, Arizona: W.C. Cox Co., 1974)
    815-816.
  16. Lang, William. History of Seneca County, from the close of the Revolutionary War to July, 1880: embracing many personal sketches of pioneers, anecdotes, and faithful descriptions of events pertaining to the organization of the county and its progress. (Springfield, OH: Transcript Printing, 1880)
    417.
  17. 17.0 17.1 History of Seneca County, Ohio: containing a history of the county, its townships, towns, villages, portraits of early settlers and prominent men, biographies, history of the Northwest territory, history of Ohio, statistical and miscellaneous matter, etc., etc. (Tucson, Arizona: W.C. Cox Co., 1974)
    310.
  18. 18.0 18.1 Baughman, A. J. History of Seneca County Ohio--A Narrative Account of Its Historical Progress, Its People, and Its Principal I. (The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, 1911)
    307.
  19. 19.0 19.1 Dildine, Frank. History of Tiffin and Seneca County, Ohio, From Prehistoric Times to the Incorporation of Tiffin as a City, Pi. (privately printed, Tiffin, Ohio, 1930)
    38.
  20. 20.0 20.1 Baughman, A. J. History of Seneca County Ohio--A Narrative Account of Its Historical Progress, Its People, and Its Principal I. (The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, 1911)
    127, 307, & 333.
  21. Dolly Todd Madison Chapter, DAR. Ohio Early State and Local History. (Daughters of the American Revolution, Tiffin, Ohio, 1915)
    59 & 124.
  22. History of Seneca County, Ohio: containing a history of the county, its townships, towns, villages, portraits of early settlers and prominent men, biographies, history of the Northwest territory, history of Ohio, statistical and miscellaneous matter, etc., etc. (Tucson, Arizona: W.C. Cox Co., 1974)
    310 & 526.
  23. Lang, William. History of Seneca County, from the close of the Revolutionary War to July, 1880: embracing many personal sketches of pioneers, anecdotes, and faithful descriptions of events pertaining to the organization of the county and its progress. (Springfield, OH: Transcript Printing, 1880)
    307-309.
  24. History of Seneca County, Ohio: containing a history of the county, its townships, towns, villages, portraits of early settlers and prominent men, biographies, history of the Northwest territory, history of Ohio, statistical and miscellaneous matter, etc., etc. (Tucson, Arizona: W.C. Cox Co., 1974)
    260, 310, & 461.
  25. Baughman, A. J. History of Seneca County Ohio--A Narrative Account of Its Historical Progress, Its People, and Its Principal I. (The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, 1911)
    291, 307, & 333.
  26. Lang, William. History of Seneca County, from the close of the Revolutionary War to July, 1880: embracing many personal sketches of pioneers, anecdotes, and faithful descriptions of events pertaining to the organization of the county and its progress. (Springfield, OH: Transcript Printing, 1880)
    637.
  27. Butterfield, Consul Willshire. History of Seneca County, Ohio: containing a detailed narrative of the principal events that have occurred since its first settlement down to the present time; a history of the Indians that formerly resided within its limits; geographical descriptions, early customs, biographical sketches &c. &c., with an introduction, containing a brief history of the state, from the discovery of the Mississippi River down to the year 1817, to the whole of which is added an appendix containing tabular views &c. (Sandusky, Ohio: D. Campbell, 1848).
  28. United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Seneca County, Ohio, National Archives and Records Admini. (1840)
    Benjamin Pittenger household, Tiffin, Clinton Twp., p. 15/144, line 1.
  29. Seigley, Jean. Seneca County, Ohio Chancery Records: Court Index, 1825-1860. (Seneca County Genealogical Society, Tiffin, Ohio, 1991)
    p. 68 (vol. 4 p. 470).
  30. History of Seneca County, Ohio: containing a history of the county, its townships, towns, villages, portraits of early settlers and prominent men, biographies, history of the Northwest territory, history of Ohio, statistical and miscellaneous matter, etc., etc. (Tucson, Arizona: W.C. Cox Co., 1974)
    482.
  31. Seigley, Jean. Seneca County, Ohio Chancery Records: Court Index, 1825-1860. (Seneca County Genealogical Society, Tiffin, Ohio, 1991)
    p. 70 (vol. 7 p. 137).
  32. Seneca, Ohio, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    Benj. Petenger household, p. 310/167 dwelling 1261 family 1219.
  33. History of Seneca County, Ohio: containing a history of the county, its townships, towns, villages, portraits of early settlers and prominent men, biographies, history of the Northwest territory, history of Ohio, statistical and miscellaneous matter, etc., etc. (Tucson, Arizona: W.C. Cox Co., 1974)
    260 & 310.
  34. Baughman, A. J. History of Seneca County Ohio--A Narrative Account of Its Historical Progress, Its People, and Its Principal I. (The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, 1911)
    333.
  35. United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Seneca County, Ohio, National Archives and Records Admini. (1870)
    Clinton Twp. p. 34.
  36. Land records, 1748-1851, Volume: General index WR,TB 1803-15 General index JS 1815-22 General index JS 1822-29
    21-202.
  37. section C, row 6, #21; section 43, lots 16 and 15
  38. southwest corner of Washington and Market, 20' from Market, 60' from Washington, facing east
  39. 3 males 20 to 30, 1 male 30 to 40, 3 females under 5, 2 females 20 to 30
  40. 2 males under 5, 1 male 40-50, 1 female 5-10, 2 female 10-15, and 1 female 30-40.
  41. Chancery Court--Pittenger, Benjamin vs Henry Houck
  42. Chancery Court--James M. Chaunch vs Pittenger, Benj.
  43. two miles east of city on Melmore Rd