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Frederick Lewis Goldizen (1783-c1840)

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EntrySource/Basis/Commentary
DOB:
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DOD:
POD:
Burial:
Spouse: Mary Levick (1793-1883)
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Father: Johann Phillip Goldizen (c1756-c1820)
Mother: Elizabeth Ann Kanester





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Children of Mary Levick (1793-1883) by Thomas Morris (?-?) Edit This List
Name DOB POB DOD POD Spouse DOM POM Notes
John Morris (1811-1899) 9 Feb 1811 "Banks of the Potomac River" 23 Oct 1899 Palmyra, Warren Co, IA Elizabeth Whipple (1815-1885) 28 March 1839 DOB/DOD based on cemetery transcription, Palmyra Cem. Palmyra, Warren Co IA (see notes for Mary Levick in Vita. Obituary in The Indianola herald of 2 Nov 1899 gives biography, DOM, spouses full name, and identifies children
UnNamed? "Biographical and Historical records of Iowa" (no date, no author, photocopy in papers of TLW
Children of Mary Levick (1793-1883) by McAulrath Edit This List
Name DOB POB DOD POD Spouse DOM POM Notes
Lavina Goldizen 6 Oct 1816 OH 19 Oct 1897 Parke Co, IN John Wannamaugher 6 Oct 1839 ? See Extended Note (1)
Mahala Goldizen 14 Oct 1819 OH 7 Apr 1895 See Extended Note (1)
Enoch Goldizen May 1821 12 Feb 1852 Parke Co, IN Martha J See Extended Note (1)
Margaret Goldizen 1822 VA Jesse Falls See Extended Note (1)
Children of Mary Levick (1793-1883) by Frederick Lewis Goldizen (1783-c1840) Edit This List
William Goldizen 1825
Omer Goldizen 4 Jun 1827 Parke, Indiana, Eliza Ann Rory


Ama Marie Goldizen (1827-1890) 3 May 1829 Parke, Indiana 19 Jul 1889 Robert Taylor (1824-1874) Given name sometimes listed as "Amy Mary"


Joseph Goldizen 1831 Eliza A Fellers (1828-1900)
Extended Notes:(1) Land grant records show that at the time Rachel Levick Ayers applied for a land grant based on her husbands service in the Revolution, Mary was married to Thomas Morris. After Thomas' death Mary married Frederick Lewis Goldizen. The DOM for this marriage is often given as 1824, though a source for this date is not known. However, accepting the 1824 date means that the first several children of Mary were by her first husband, Thomas Morris. More research on this point is needed.

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U.S. 1830 Census Record
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Year 1830 Commentary
State IN Two of the dau. of Mary (by Thomas Morris) are missing from this census record:---might be Mahala, Lavina, or Margaret. Since Mahala and Lavina appear nearby in later census, it seems likely that it is Margaret that's missing, and probably deceased. Alternatively, should could be living in another household, though its not clear whose household that would be.
County Parke
Township -
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HOH Sex Under 5 5-under 10 10-under 15 15-under 20 20-under 30 30-under 40 40-under 50 50-under 60 60-under 70 70-under 80 80-under 90 90-under 100 100 and upwards
Frederick Goldizener Males 1 2 1
Identity? Omer Goldizen William Goldizen, Enoch Goldizen Frederick Lewis Goldizen (1783-c1840)
Female 1 1 1
Identity? Ama Marie Goldizen Mahala Goldizen, Lavina Goldizen, or Margaret Goldizen Mary Levick (1793-1883)





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