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HUSBAND

Jacob Ostrander 
Parents Jacob Ostrander, Phebe Menear  (22)
Born Feb. 11, 1820, NY (11,12,18,22)
1827? He says he's 23 on 1850 Census
Died Oct. 10, 1910, Ostrander, Delaware Co., OH (11)
Buried Fairview Cemetery, Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH (11)
WIFE Harriet Lucina Morse1   (22)
Parents  
Born 1830, Vermont   (22)
Died 1854, Delaware Co., OH   (22)
Buried Known to have died in Delaware Co., OH with her family here also; yet can't find burial site
Married 1848, Bellepoint, OH   (22)
1849/50? Says married within year on 1850 Census
WIFE Mary E.
Parents  
Born 1812, Penn. (11,12, 18)
Died July 22, 1899 (11)
Buried Fairview Cemetery, Scioto Twp., Delaware Co, OH (11)
Married After marriage to Harriet
CHILDREN Sarah Elizabeth Ostrander1 (14,22)
John Ostrander3 (22)
John Ostrander4  (22)

 

PHOTO ALBUM
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Jacob and Mary Ostrander's Tombstone 1870 Census
Scioto, Delaware, OH
121st O.V.I crossing the Ohio River Community Center named after Jacob
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"50 Years Ago Today"
Jacob's Death
Oct. 3, 1960
Delaware Semi-Weekly Gazette announces Jacob visiting his children in Broadway
July 29, 1899
Mary's Obit
Delaware Democratic Herald Aug. 3, 1899
Jacob's Obit
The Jouranl Herald Oct 3, 1910
RECORDS
1850C Concord Twp., Delaware Co., OH
Jacob Ostrander, 23, Male, Carpenter, Born in NY, Was Married within the Year
Harriett Ostrander, 15, Female, Born in VT, Was Married within the Year
Almira Skinner, 19, Female, Born in OH
1860C Unknown
1870C Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH  (28)
17 Jacob, 48, NY; Carpenter; Mary E., 60; PA; Elizabeth, 17, OH; John, 3, OH
1880C Ostrander, Delaware Co., OH  (12)
 Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Jacob Ostrander  Self   M   Male   W   58   YORK STATE   Stone Mason   YORK STATE   YORK STATE 
Mary E. Ostrander  Wife   M   Female   W   74   PA   Keeping House   PA   PA 
John Ostrander  Son   S   Male   W   14   OH   Day Laborer   YORK STATE   PA 
Samuel Long  Other   D   Male   W   39   PA   Stone Mason   MA   VT 
Newton McDole  Other   S   Male   W   30   OH   Day Laborer   ---   --- 
1900C Ostrander, Delaware, OH
Jacob Ostrander, Head-of-Household, White, Male, Born 1820, 80yrs, Widow, Born NY, Father-Germany, Mother-Holland, Renting Home
James Clark, Son-in-Law, White, Male, Born May 1850, 50yrs, Married 4yrs, Born Ohio, Father-Ohio, Mother-Ohio, Laborer R.R.
Sarrah E Clark, Daughter, White, Female, Born Dec 1850, 49yrs, Married 4yrs, Mother of 1 Child; Still Living,Born Ohio, Father-New York, Mother-New York
1910C Scioto Twp, Delaware, OH
James M. Clark, Head-Of, Male, White, 59 Married (twice), 15yrs current marriage, Born Ohio, Father-Ohio, Mother-Ohio, Speaks English, Trade-None, Can Read/Write, Own Home Free-of-Mortgage
Sarah E. Clark, Wife, Female, White, 59, Married (twice), 15 yrs current marriage, Mother of 1 Child: None Living, Born Ohio, Father-New York, Mother- New York, Speaks English, Keeper and Owner of Boarding House, Can Read/Write
Jacob Ostrander, Father-in-Law, Male, White, 90, Born New York, Father-Holland (Dutch), Mother-Germany (German), Speaks English, Has Own Income, Can Read/Write
JT Stout, Boarder, Male, White, 61, Married (once), Born Ohio, Father-Penn, Mother-Penn, Speaks English, Laborer-Odd Jobs, Can Read/Write
John King, Boarder, Male, White, 63, Born Georgia, Father-Georgia, Mother-Georgia, Speaks English, Laborer-Odd Jobs, Can Read/Write
William Slack, Boarder, Male, White, 48, Divorced, Born Ohio, Father-Ohio, Mother-Ohio, Speaks English, Laborer-Odd Jobs, Can Read/Write
OCCUPATION
Stone Mason & Carpenter 
MILITARY
Private, 121st Ohio Volunteer Army, Co. C, 1862-1865
KNOWN RESIDENCES
 
1850 - Census, Concord, Delaware, Ohio
1860 -
1870 - Census, Scioto, Delaware, Ohio
1880 - Census, Scioto, Delaware, Ohio
1900 - Census, Scioto, Delaware, Ohio
1904 - Mailing Address:  Box 101, Ostrander, Ohio  View Postmaster's Account Book
1910 - Census, Ostrander, Delaware, Ohio
IN THE NEWS
From the Delaware Gazette, Sept. 1899
50 YEARS AGO - OSTRANDER MEN AND BOYS WHO HAVE MADE THEIR MARKS IN THE WORLD SINCE 1850 - A STORY OF PUSH, ENTERPRISE AND THRIFT
"The following sketches were written for the Gazette several years ago by Mr. J. M. Roney, and are republished by request; About the year 1850 a gang of men were seen dodging through the thick woods, where the now beautiful village of Ostrander is located.  They are slashing down bushes, sighting from tree to tree and carrying chain and compass.  It soon developed that they were surveyors, sent out to find the most practicable route for a railroad from Springfield to Pittsburgh, Pa. by Mount Vernon, Ohio.  The line was finally located where the track now lays; and called the Springfield, Mt. Vernon & Pittsburgh Railroad.  The construction of the road was soon commenced, the timber cut, the stumps grubbed out (some of which took two yoke of oxen to roll off the proposed path).  Maloney and McMillan were the contractors that built the road.  The engineer was a gentlemen named Ostrander, for whom the village was named.  It wasn't Jake O. Stranger, as some suppose.  Our object in writing this history is to keep in memory the boys and men who have been connected with his R.R. in this vicinity, most of whom have made a success in life, and now, if not dead, are occupying positions of responsibility."
BIOGRAPHY
None found.
RESEARCH CONCERNS & ISSUES
Jacob is inconsistent with regards to his age over the decades on census records.  We're talking significant swings in age; yet its defintely the same Jacob Ostrander.

Although Jacob's parents are listed, no one has been able to link him with any other Ostrander family and/or found any record of the names provided here that he listed as his parients himself in a response to the Ostrander family genealogist.  The names given are those provided by Jacob himself.