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Below you will find information about our members and the surnames they are researching. If a member has an email address, please feel free to contact them.

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SCCOGS MEMBERS RESEARCH DATABASE

Below is a list of our members and the surnames they are researching. You may contact members via email if they have an email address listed, noted by their name being highlighted in blue with an underline. If a member does not have an email address and you would like to contact them, please email us at sccogs1@gmail.com with a message for them and we will forward it.

 


JANINE APPEL
Researching: Appel and Clopine


MICHAEL JAMES ARTHUR
Researching: Burns, Campbell, Cantrell, Colegrove, Deaver/Dever, Downard, Ingles, Kirkpatrick, Mault, McNelly, Monroe/Munro, and Neff


EVELYN S. BAKER
Researching: Baker, Burt, Cuppett, Messer, and Temple


LISA BAKER
Researching: Canady/Kennedy, Carter, King, and Mustard


G. DWIGHT BARBER JR.
Researching: Anderson, Bamph, Banch, Banson, Barber, Bonser, Boyce, Clingman, Dancer/Dantzler, Davis, Gillard, Golder, Goldsmith, Hannah, Hanson, Hendrickson, Isham, Long, Newby, Pearson, Peterson, Siege, Simmons, Smith, Steele, Waters, and White


PATRICIA &, JACOB BELL
Researching: Bell, Barker, Staton/Stayton, Staten, and Skaggs


LINDA M. BOMBACI
Researching: Morris, Smittle, Ruth, Snediger, Dutiel, Newland, Hanes, Boren, Titus, Bennett, Moore, Carmichael, Crabtree, Throckmorton, Lute, Koch, Euton, Cooper, Colley, Foster, Graham, Humphreys, McDaniel, Shope, Harrod, Nichols, Hobstetter, Heise, Hise, Wallace, and Lewis


SCOTT BRANHAM
Researching: Branham, Arnold, Coy, Dixon, Doll, Heoredh, Ingles, Lute, McCleary, McNeal, Parker, Robinson, Russell, Moon, Holt, and Noel


BETTY J. CANADY
Researching: Morrison, Hoppes, Conklin, and Reynolds


SONDRA E. CARLSON
Researching: Storer, Woodruff, Evans, Burress/Burris, Nourse, Bull, Edgington


JIM CARPENTER
Researching: Blum, Coriell, Fischer, Gable, Gampp, Gepardt/Gerhardt/Gephart/Gerhart, Janetsky, Rigrisch, Ruhlman, and Wiehle


RICHARD COOPER
Researching: Alford, Cole, Smith, and Wilcoxon


PHYLLIS CRAWFORD
Researching: Rayburn, Lewis, Bobst/Papst, Dietchell, and Shonkwilder


JOYCE DAULTON
Researching: Daulton, Vaughters, Dortch, Bond, Parsley, Calhoun, and McMahan


SHEILA DAVIS
Researching: Burchett, Hughes, Morrison, and Stout


JUDITH DEWITT
Researching: Baker, Bellamy, Bond, Clifford, Culp, Gibbs, and Hammond


AARON DODDS
Researching: Bennett, Phillips, and Sommers/Summers


CARLA DUNHAM
Researching: Dunham, Hardin, Henry, Hildebrand, Hughes, and Morgan


JANICE EDWARDS
Researching: Allard, Bender, Crawford, and Dillon


BETTY J. FAULKNER
Researching: Beauchamp, Fullerton, Galford, Prettyman, Sampson/Samson, Slavens, and Wooddell


HELEN FOUT
Researching: Fout, Gulker, McElhaney, Radford, and Scott


BARB GAMPP
Researching: Chamberlin, Gampp, Leesburg, Morgan, Russell, Slocum, White, and Wiehle


AARON GLEIM
Researching: Brock, Coriell, Emory, Gleim, Hayward, Hoppes/Hoppis, Kuhner, Lemon, Mauk/Mock, Reynolds, Schneider, and White


ROBERT E. GRIM
Researching: Foster, Heaton Messer, Presley, Schomburg, and Wait


ROSE HALE-HELTON
Researching: Throckmorton


MARY HOOVER-HAMER
Researching: Adkins, Davis, Gillette, Hoover, Odel, and Shelpman


BETTY R. DIALS HUMBLE
Researching: Allen, Bower, Dials, Hicks, Hood, Humble, Pennington, Russell, Waddell, and Wood


KAREN HUMPHREY
Researching: Aeh, Allard, Bender, Crawford, Dillon, Glassburn, Grashel, Humphrey, Riddlebarger, Shope, and Slack-Walker


MARCIA HUSCHER
Researching: Calloway, Hammond, Harmon, Hutton, and Jackson


BRENDA KALLNER
Researching: No Surnames Listed


JUDY KARSHNER
Researching: Coffey, Hickman, James, and Prater


EDNA And WAYNE LEWIS
Researching: Boothe, Davis, Hughes, Jones, Lewis, and Skinner


PATRICIA DOWNEY LORD
Researching: Conklin, Cottle, Downey, Fleming, and Morrison


JACQUETTA L. LYNCH
Researching: Hahn, and Hauptrief/Hoptry


LILLIAN MARTIN
Researching: Lamb and Martin


BETTY V. MAY
Researching: Ball, Dortch, May, Moore, Parsley, and Vaughters


CHARLOTTE J. MCCORMICK
Researching: Bennett, Crain, McMillan, Sherman, and Woodruff


JUDITH MEREDITH
Researching: Creamer, and Darlington


JEAN MURPHY
Researching: Bradburn; Bradford; Bradshaw; Bright, Brown, Bush, McCoy, Roe/Rowe, and Thompson


DANIELLE MURRAY
Researching: Fritche, and Russell


CHERYL J. NEFF
Researching: Glassburn, Nance, Neff, Riddlebarger, and Shope


NANCY T. NEAL
Researching: Bennett, Cole (Maybe Adams County), Combs, Phillips, and Thompson


TERESA A.OLSEN
Researching: Carter, Freeland, Jackson, Piatt, Walker, Webster, and Yonker


MARY NELL PADRON
Researching: No Surnames Listed


MARIAN M. PARSONS
Researching: Burnham, Converse, Cram, Kellog, Lamb, Newman, Ramsdell, Reed, Souder, Trowbridge, Whitmore, and Woodruff


JOHN M. & CAROLE PETERSON
Researching: Courtney, Distel, McCoy, McElmurray, Peterson, and Spangler/Spengler


M. JOAN PHILLIPS
Researching: No Surnames Listed


HENRY R. PORTER, JR.
Researching: Allen, Creech, Howes, Newman, and Porter


FAYE RAILSBACK
Researching: Adams, Baker, Branham, Goodman, Hall, Hazelbaker, Holt, Justice, Kirkendall, Layne, Marcum, McConnell, Morgan, Muncy, Penn, Sword, and Wilson


GLADYS N. REYNOLDS
Researching: Bevis, Dickerson, Hutton, Kellogg, and Nichol


JUDY ROSS
Researching: No Surnames Listed


JAMES & JANE SADDLER
Researching: Hamilton, Lyon, Saddle, and Tatman


JOHN W. SAMSON
Researching: Bean and Samson


BARBARA SAPIA
Researching: Carr, Low, and Wait


JOHN SAYLER
Researching: Day, Miliam, Patterson, Sayler, and Schraeder


MARTHA (MARTY) SCOTT
Researching: Crowder, Hayward, Merrill, Mills, Newman, Pixley, and Streich


ROBERT F. SEAL
Researching: Cook, Cruzan, Foster, Simpson, and Thompson


MARGARET F. SEXTON
Researching: Biggs, Born, Cartwright, Cole, Harr, Riggs, Seagraves, Sexton, Smith, and Tackett


MELINDA MAMIE SNOOK
Researching: Danzer, Eicher, Favority, Jackson, Lambert, Lurty, and McNeer


JACK & PAT STOCKHAM
Researching: Stockham


MOLLY STROUD
Researching: Bloomfield, Edington, Ramey, and Stroud


CHARLES TACKETT
Researching: No Surnames Listed


MAT TACKETT
Researching: No Surnames Listed


ANNETTE BELFORD THEOPOLOS
Researching: Baldridge, Belford, Browning, Vance, and Wallace


JACK & ANN ROTH THOMPSON
Researching: Forsythe, Lute, Newman, Price, Roth, Scott, Thompson, and Weghorst


LADONNA VIERTEL
Researching: Bussey, Lauderback, Littlejohn, and Munyan


MIMA VITA
Researching; Albrecht, Smedley, and Taylor


DIANE WALES
Researching: Dunham, Hardin, Henry, and Wales


CAROLE HOOVER WALKER
Researching: Baker, Cole, Helbig, Hoover, Kaltenbach, and Poole


LINDA WARFIELD
Researching: Haines, Huffman, and Newman


LYNDA M. WEICHEL
Researching: Havens, Richards, and Zornes


SAMUEL W. WHEELER
Researching: Altman, Bennett, Coryell, Crabtree, Schofield, Shope, Thompson, and Wheeler


SABRA WHITE
Researching: White


JODI LYNN WRIGHT
Researching: Booten, Coyle, Mason, and Wright

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SCCOGS * PO Box 812 * Portsmouth * OH * 45662

 

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Richard B. Cooper http://www.coopercolefamily.com/

 

 

 

Application for Pioneers of Scioto County
RULES FOR PLACEMENT ON THE ROSTER OF PIONEERS OF SCIOTO COUNTY, OHIO

1. Pioneer ancestor must have lived within Scioto County's past or present boundaries on or before December 31, 1830.

2. Person making application must be a descendant of the pioneer.

3. Person making application must be a member of the Scioto County Genealogical Society. To become a member, send $15.00 dues to the chapter, P.O. Box 812, Portsmouth, Ohio 45662.

4. Proof is required to substantiate each ancestor as a pioneer. All materials submitted as proof should either be exact copies of original records or certified transcribed copies (made by an official of the office were the document originated). Each item submitted as proof must have an identifying statement which indicates what the item is and where it came from. All materials submitted by the descendant become the property of the Scioto County Genealogical Society and will be placed with their holdings in Portsmouth Public Library.

5. Records which can be considered proof include:
Official Courthouse Records like marriages, wills, estate papers, birth and death records, court suits, land and tax records, etc. In each of the above instances, notation should be made as to where the document can be located (ie, which office houses the document, what volume and page number it can be found on, etc.). Government Records like census schedules, military papers, and pension files. In each case, though, a statement identifying the pioneer as a resident of Scioto County should be included. If census records are submitted as proof, they should be actual microfilm copies of the original filmed record and not hand-written or typed transcriptions. Miscellaneous Records such as church, school, and voting records, as well as newspaper items and obituaries. Any unusual record which the applicant considers proof of residence will be considered by the panel of judges.

6. Examples of records which are not considered proof include: Bible records, unidentified documents, hear-say statements of descendants or individuals, death-bed oaths made by individuals, biographies and/or items from county histories, local histories, family record books, etc., and lineage papers from patriotic, heraldry, or family societies. These and other records, however, may be submitted as supplementary materials by the applicant.

7. An ancestry chart must accompany a completed, signed, and dated application and supporting proof materials. All information available to the descendant should be included on the chart, but the chart itself does not constitute proof of residency.

8. A $15.00 application fee should be included with all materials. This covers costs of printing certificates and mailing them to the applicant. If, for some reason, the judges feel that proof is insufficient to include the ancestor as a pioneer of Scioto County, the $15.00 will be returned to the applicant

9. In addition, the applicant may wish to further honor his/her ancestor by including his/her name in the Northwest Territory Division of Pioneers of Scioto County, Ohio. Here, the ancestor must have lived in Scioto County's past or present boundaries on or before March 1, 1803 (the date of Ohio's statehood). With the exception of #1, the above rules apply here, as well. No additional fee is required to include the ancestor in this division.

If you and your ancestor meet the above requirements, please fill out and submit the Application for Status as A Pioneer of Scioto County by Clicking Here.