Person:John Pittenger (60)

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John Pittenger
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Name[1][2][3] John Pittenger
Alt Name[4][3][5] John Pittinger
Gender Male
Alt Birth[12] EST DEC 1774 MD, USA
Birth[6][7][8][9] 16 JAN 1778 Graceham, Frederick County, MD, USA
Occupation[10] BEF 1808 a farm laborer
Occupation[10] 1808 Graceham, Frederick County, MD, USAa mercantile business
Residence[10] 1808 Graceham, Frederick County, MD, USA
Property[27] 16 APR 1814 Frederick County, MD, USA
Property[28] 22 MAY 1816 Frederick County, MD, USA
Marriage License 19 JUN 1817 Frederick County, MD, USAto Julia Ann Gibson
Census[13] 07 AUG 1820 Graceham, Frederick County, MD, USA
Property[29] 04 SEP 1821 Frederick County, MD, USA
Property[30] 05 MAR 1824 Frederick County, MD, USA
Property? 05 MAY 1825 Frederick County, MD, USA
Residence[14][15][16] 1825 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Occupation[14][17][18] FROM DEC 1825 TO 1834 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAa first merchants in Tiffin (dry goods)
Property[31] 15 APR 1826 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAlot 67
Property[32] 02 AUG 1826 Frederick County, MD, USA
Property[33] 25 JUN 1827 Frederick County, MD, USA
Property[34][35][36] 13 MAR 1828 E½NW sec. 11 town 2 N range 15 E, , Seneca County, OH, USA43.13 acres
Property[37][38] 13 MAR 1828 E½NW sec. 2 town 1 N range 15 E, Eden Township, Seneca County, OH, USA79.96 acres
Property[39][40] 13 MAR 1828 NE sec 2 town 1 N range 15 E, Eden Township, Seneca County, OH, USA158.28 acres
Property[41][42] 13 MAR 1828 SE sec. 35 town 2 N range 15 E, , Seneca County, OH, USA
Property[43][44] 13 MAR 1828 SW sec. 11 town 2 N range 15 E, , Seneca County, OH, USA160 acres
Property[45][46] 13 MAR 1828 SW sec. 36 town 2 N range 15 E, , Seneca County, OH, USA160 acres
Property[47][48][49] 13 MAR 1828 W½NW sec. 1 town 1 N range 15 E, Eden Township, Seneca County, OH, USA83 acres
Residence[4][3] 1828 MD, USA
Residence[19] BEF 1829 Graceham, Frederick County, MD, USA
Property[31] 02 JAN 1829 Ft Fr sec. 19 town 2 range 15, , Seneca County, OH, USA1 acre
Property[31] 31 JAN 1829 SW Cor. NE¼ sec. 20 town 2 range 15, , Seneca County, OH, USA12.96 acres
Property[50][35][51] 13 APR 1829 W½NW sec. 11 town 2N range 15E, , Seneca County, OH, USA63.13 acres
Property[31] 16 MAY 1829 S½N½W½NW¼ Fr sec. 20 town 2 range 15, , Seneca County, OH, USA12.96 acres
Property[31] 05 JUN 1829 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAlot 87
Residence[10][8][19] 1829 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Census[20][59] 01 JUN 1830 Graceham, Frederick County, MD, USA
Property[31] 16 SEP 1831 W½SW¼ sec. 32 town 2 range 15, , Seneca County, OH, USA80 acres
Occupation[21][17][7] FROM 1831 TO 1839 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAan owners
Property[31] 16 JUN 1832 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAlot 57
Property[52][53] 17 APR 1834 Frederick County, MD, USA
Occupation[22] 1837 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAa councilman
Occupation[10] 1837 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAan operated the John Pittenger Store on southwest corner of Washington and Market, 20' from Market, 60' from Washington, facing east
Occupation[7] FROM 1837 TO 1845 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAan owner
Census[24][60] 01 JUN 1840 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Occupation[23][10][7] 1840 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAa the owner of a nursery
Property[54] 10 JUN 1843 Frederick County, MD, USA
Census[12] 01 JUN 1850 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Occupation[12] 1850 a merchant
Property[55] 26 MAR 1851 1st Ward lot 21, Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAfor $400
Property[56] 11 APR 1854 E½E½SW¼ sec. 36 town 2 range 15, , Seneca County, OH, USA40 acres for $1000
Property[56] 16 MAY 1857 W½E½SW¼ and E½W½SW¼ sec. 11 town 2 range 15, , Seneca County, OH, USA76 2/6 acres for $2198.38
Property[26] 12 JUN 1857 N end W½SW¼ and N end W½E½SW¼ sec. 36 town 2 range 15, , Seneca County, OH, USA60 acres for $1500
Will[25] 1857 Seneca County, OH, USA
Residence[10][7] EITHER 1823 OR 1824 Seneca County, OH, USA
Death[6][7][9] 20 OCT 1857 Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Burial[6][9][10][11][57] Greenlawn Cemetery, , Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USA
Probate[26][61] 12 FEB 1861 Seneca County, OH, USA
Probate[26][62] 13 FEB 1861 Seneca County, OH, USA
Other[58] Misc
Religion[10] Tiffin, Seneca County, OH, USAMethodist
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  57. section D, Frees-Myers Plot, #355; section 41, lot 13 and 14
  58. life member of Seneca County Agricultural Society
  59. 1 male under 5, 1 male 5 to 10, 1 male 50 to 60, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5 to 10, 1 female 20 to 30, 1 female 30 to 40, and 1 slave
  60. 1 male under 5, 1 male 15-20, 1 male 20-30, 1 male 60-70, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 15-205, and 1 female 30-40.
  61. 80 acres for $2000
  62. 80 acres for $10