The Myers Family John Myers & Wife Katherine (Shipman-Marsh) Myers John Myers & Wife, Robert & Sarah (Shelden) Myers Nathaniel Nate Myers, Wife, AlioeMessage 1 of 1 , Feb 3, 2007View Source
The Myers Family
John Myers & Wife Katherine
John Myers & Wife,
Robert & Sarah (Shelden) Myers
Nathaniel "Nate" Myers,
Wife, Alioe Lett-Myers,
George and Lena
Son of Jeremiah &
Mary Ann Myers
Mary Catherine (Myers)
& Thomas Ulysses Cross
Jeremiah & Heidi Male-Myers, Jeremiah (1870)
John & Catherine Myers
John Welcome Guy and Alice Dell (Myers) Guy Family
Lloyd, Wealthy, Wenda, Gladys, Jessie (1913)
Back: Ira, George & Howard
Front: Mabel, Nathaniel (Nate)
& Lena Myers
Ira & Howard Myers
Sons of Nathan & Alice Myers
Jeremiah Myers was born June 25, 1809 near Baltimore, MD.
His father was Philip from MD and of German descent.
They were Methodists. Jeremiah moved to Belmont Co., OH in 1825.
He married his neighbor, Mary Ann Harper who was born in 1817 in VA.
They were married on March 15, 1832 in Belmont Co., OH by JOP Panter Laws.
They settled in the Barnesville, OH area and began their family.
They moved to Morgan Co, OH in 1848 and purchased a farm.
It was a few miles north of Chesterhill, OH.
They had 2 stillborn children and raised their 13
living children plus later 2 of their granddaughters.
The 1850 census in Marion Township, Morgan County, Ohio states
that as of 1 June 1850 Jeremaih was age 39, his wife was Mary,
age 34, and they had eight children ages 2-16 all born in Ohio.
He was a farmer who owned $800 worth of real estate at that time.
Other records say he was a prosperous farmer and he had several oil wells.
Jeremiah served during the Mexican War.
When Jeremiah's oldest boys were of age to enlist in the Civil
War, he sent them to Michigan to keep them out of the war.
They settled in the Remus area where
many of the families from Ohio settled.
Jeremiah's son George, 1850-1940, stayed on the family farm.
He was a school teacher and farmer.
He purchased Jeremiah's farm from him about 1890.
Jeremiah died April 13, 1894 of dropsy.
Mary Ann died Sept 22, 1904.
They are buried together in the Chesterhill
Cemetery Section 1, row 7, stone 13.
George and his wife are buried next to them.
Photographs Courtesy of Peggy (Sawyer) Williams, Deonna (Todd) Green,
Ken Todd, & Barb Nelson, Family History Courtesy of Barb Nelson