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Dittoe's found in Perry County Will, Estate and Partition Abstracts
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Jacob Dittoe (p. 401), dated 2 Mar 1825
Wife: Anne Catherine
Children: Henry, Sarah, Jacob J., Michael, John, Peter, Rachel Hodge
Executors: Brother Anthony and son Michael
Witnesses: Ed Keenan, Thomas, Martin & Ann Doyle (1)

Progenitor; wife Anne Catherine Sneeringer.

One seems to indicate Jacob Jr. is living as of 1825, but 2nd shows him deceased...St. Joseph cemetery marker shows Jacob Jr. died 10 Aug 1815, age 26. Jacob Sr. (per marker erected in 1890) shows he died 30 Jan 1826, age 66 years.

A/84 Jacob Dittoe, 1825. wife Anne Catherine; daughters Sarah Dittoe, Rachael wife of Joseph Hodge; Henry; Jacob (deceased)'s daughter Eleanor McC. Dittoe; Michael; John; Peter; brother Anthony. (2)
I/61, Anthony Dittoe. $750 to St. Joseph's Literary Society; $100 to the poor of Perry County. John, Michael, Peter, and Henry, each $390. John Dittoe, Magdalene Fink, and Anthony Dittoe, children of his brother Joseph, $450 each. To the heirs of his niece Mary Kintz, deceased:
Frederick, Anthony, George, and Charles Kintz, Nancy Stine, and Mary Ann Burgoon, his personal belongings. Executor David Fink. (2)

Jacob's brother, who never married.

Mary Kintz (p. 283), dated 4 Feb 1842, proved 25 Jul 1849
No husband
Mother: Elena Dittoe
Children: Mary Ann, Frederick, George, Charles, Anthony, Nancy Stine, Polly Walsh, Joseph Finck & Michael Dittoe
Executors: Michael Dittoe & Joseph Finch
Witnesses: Henry Dittoe & Jacob Dittoe (1)
See will of Anthony.
William Rail (pl 381), dated 1 Jun 1816
No wife
Children: Susanna, George, Mary, Magdaline Souslin, Mary Poorman, Catharina Miller, Easter Brown, Hannah Rail, Eva Dittoe & Elizabeth Swank
Executors: John Poorman & John Dittoe
Witnesses: Michael & Henry Dittoe. (1)
John Dittoe m. Eve Rail 25 Oct 1810. This record confirms he was still married to Eve as of 1816. We would love to know if this same John Dittoe is the one who later married Margaret Redmond.
I/121 Catherine Anne Dittoe - to her son Michael the home place, 126 acres and 12 perches, in the north end of the east half of section 19,
rante 16, township 16, which had been conveyed to Jacob Dittoe by Jeremiah Conaway and wife and Jacob Kaufman and wife, Nov. 14, 1817.
Sons Peter, John, son-in-law Joseph Hodge. (2)
Catherine Anne - Anne Catherine Sneeringer.
I/193 Michael Dittoe - wife Barbara, child Jacob; and Catherine married Robert Harkins. (2) Assumed son of Jacob Sr...but do we have proof of it?
Case #131. Estate of John Manly. Filed June, 1814. John Manly owned land in sec. 25, twp. 16, range 18. Admin'r Susanna Manly. Heirs: minor son John, whose guardians were William B. Davis and David Abright; Elizabeth, widow of Jacob Ditto; Rebecca, wife of William Davis; Rachel, wife of Isaac Davis; Nancy and John Snider; Sarah, wife of Joseph G. Wiseman. (3)
Jacob > Jacob m. Elizabeth Manly
Partition Record #2, p. 70, 1827: John Manly, deceased. Widow was Susannah. Heirs: Elizabeth, widow of Jacob Ditto of perry County, Rachel, wife of Isaac Davis of Perry Co., Nancy, wife of John Snyder, Susannah, wife of Joseph Wiseman of Perry Co., John Manly and Rebecca, wife of William B. Davis. (4)
Partition Record #7, p. 109, 1852: John Manley, deceased. Widow was Susannah. Heirs: the heirs of Susannah Manly Wiseman who were minors: John F., William T., Sarah S. and Arminta Wiseman; Elizabeth Ditto, a widow; Rebecca, wife of William B. Davis of Perry Co.; Rachel, wife of Isaac Davis; Ann Snyder, a widow; John S. Manley. (4)

1. Perry County Will Abstracts, Compiled by Calvin L. McClintock, 1960. This source notes these records as "Vol. B copied from original Vo. A". Database source 473.
2. Shared by Donald Schlegel.
3. Fairfield County Will & Estate Abstracts, Cases 1-500. Unknown publisher. Typed pages found at State Library of Ohio.
4. Fairfield County Partition Record Abstracts, published by Fairfield County Chapter, Ohio Genealogical Society.



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