DAN'S PAGE
NAME: Dan Ramage
EMAIL: DRRamage@aol.com
DATE: Jan 07 2001
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QRYTEXT: We need help locating the parents of Margaret Zeller, born 1816 in
Montgomery County, Ohio. She married Joseph Kumler 1835 in Montgomery
County, Ohio. They had a son named Franklin Abia Zeller Kumler, born abt
1856 who married Mattie Bender, daughter of Daniel Bender and Sarah Cope.

We have located an Abia Zeller in Montgomery County, born 1819, son of
Michael Zeller and Maria Brauer. Could this be Margaret's brother? In a
courthouse note from Montgomery County: "10/10/1840 - We have received the
money claimed in full from estate of Michael Zeller of Germantown, dec'd -
of Meier Zeller for personal property. Signed Joseph Kumber (could this be
Joseph Kumler), Mc chart Stife, Jacob B. Shank."

Thanks for any assistance you can provide.



We need help making the parent connection for Margaret Zeller, born 1816 in
Montgomery County, Ohio.  She married Joseph Kumler in 1835 in Montgomery
County, Ohio.  She had a son named Franklin Abia Zeller Kumler, born about
1856 who married Mattie Bender, daughter of Daniel Bender and Sarah Cope.

We have located two Abia Zellers in that area.  One was born about 1837,
son
of George Zeller.  The other was born June 2, 1819 in Germantown,
Montgomery
County, Ohio.  He was the son of Michael Zeller and Maria Brauer.  Could it
be that Margaret is a sister of this older Abia Zeller?  We found a
notation
on your Montgomery County page regarding Michael Zellers Estate:  "On
10/10/1840 - We have rec'd the money claimed in full from the estate of
Michael Zeller, of Germantown, dec'd' - of Meier Zeller for personal
property.  Signed Joseph Kumber (could this be Kumler?), Mc chart Stife,
Jacob B. Shank."

We would appreciate any assistance you can provide to help us make the
Zeller
family connection.  We would be glad to provide whatever information we
have
on Margaret's descendents.

Thanks!
Dan Ramage
DRRamage@aol.com



DAN, will send thro our SELLERS group for ideas/help. If you have extracted their 1850 census data, we sure would appreciate. Yes, I'm sure the KUMBLER spelling could be same as KUMLER and just a misspelling by sound.
marie, iowa