Henry Shengle
(1738-1785)
Anna Maria
(1749-)
John Munshower
(-Bef 1802)
Elizabeth
Martin Shenkle
(-Abt 1821)
Elizabeth Moonshower
(1767-)
John Shengle
(1797-1872)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Mary Bucher

John Shengle 1

  • Born: 6 Mar 1797, , Chester, PA 1
  • Marriage (1): Mary Bucher in 1819 in , Lancaster, PA 1
  • Died: 23 Feb 1872, Nimishillen Twp., Stark Co, OH at age 74 1
  • Buried: Louisville: Center Church Cemetery, Stark, OH

   Another name for John was John Shenkel.

  Noted events in his life were:

1. Book: History of Stark County, 1881. 1
John Shengle, deceased, was born in Chester Co., Penn., March 6, 1797. He was one in a family of nine born to Martin and Elizabeth (Moonshower) Shengle, who were also natives of Pennsylvania. When 17 years of age, John left the home farm, and commenced working at the stone mason's trade, a business he followed until his marriage with Mollie Bucher which took place about 1819 in Lancaster County. His wife was a daughter of Jacob Bucher, a family well known in that county. He lived in Pennsylvania, farming until 1834, when he moved to Stark Co., O., locating in Nimishillen Township, on the farm now owned by J.B. Draime. The farm at that time was only about one-third cleared, and after his settlement, Mr. Shengle commenced clearing and improving the place, and soon erected a saw mill, which for many years was the leading saw mill in the neighborhood. Mr. Shengle was a man of considerable ingenuity, and while he did not profess to be a master mechanic of any kind, he always did the harness and shoe-making for his own family, and to some extent for his neighbors also. To his union with Miss Bucher, there were born -- Susan, Sarah, Nancy, Mary, Elizabeth, B.F., Jacob, and J.B. Mr. Shengle died February 23, 1872. He was a man well known to the community for his upright character and deep religious principles, being a member of the German Baptist Church for upwards of fifty years. His widow still survives him and is a resident of Wyandot Co.


John married Mary Bucher, daughter of Jacob Bucher and Unknown, in 1819 in , Lancaster, PA.1 (Mary Bucher was born in 1801 in , Lancaster, PA,1 2 died in , Wyandot, OH and was buried in Louisville: Center Church Cemetery, Stark, OH.)


Sources


1 History of Stark County : with an outline sketch of Ohio (Chicago: Baskin & Battey, 1881, 1022 pgs.), Page 847.

2 1880 United States Census, Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, West Cocalico Township, Family History Library Film 1255140, National Archives Film Number T9-1140 Page 72A.



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