NameHenry BAUGHMAN
Birth5 Nov 1787, Pennsylvania458
Death10 Mar 1850, Auglaize County, Ohio18, p. 295.,171, v. 1, bk. 2, p. 161. Age: 62
BurialSt. Johns Cemetery, Union Township, Auglaize County, Ohio18, p. 295.,171, v. 1, bk. 2, p. 161.
OccupationFarmer627
FatherGeorge BAUGHMAN (1756-1834)
MotherBarbara STEELE (1762-1850)
Spouses
Birthabt 29 Aug 1793, Pennsylvania18, p. 295.,171, v. 1, bk. 2, p. 262.
Death11 Mar 1851, Auglaize County, Ohio18, p. 295.,171, v. 1, bk. 2, p. 262. Age: 57
BurialSt. Johns Cemetery, Union Township, Auglaize County, Ohio18, p. 295.,171, v. 1, bk. 2, p. 262.
FatherFrederick AGLER (~1769-1824)
MotherMargaret VAN GUNDY (~1763-1843)
Marriage8 Apr 1812, Franklin County, Ohio452
ChildrenSamuel (~1813-)
 William (~1814-1874)
 David (1816-1904)
 Jesiah "Jesse" (~1823-~1901)
 Henry L. (~1824-)
 Lucinda (1826-1897)
 Barbara (1828-1875)
 Margaret (1830-1863)
 Susannah (1833-1920)
 George W. (Died as Infant) (~1837-1837)
Notes for Henry BAUGHMAN

Biographical Sketch (1895):627, p. 174. "Henry and Mary (Aigler) Baughman . . . were natives of Pennsylvania but of German descent. . . . He came hither when a young man, locating in Franklin County, where he first worked out at fifty cents per day. He was very industrious and economical, and when twenty-five years of age was married. With his wife he settled on a tract of one hundred acres of wild land which he had purchased in an uninhabited part of the county, his only neighbors being Indians, who were not at all times as friendly as could be desired. He was determined, however, to obtain a goodly amount of land and 'grow up in the country.' Henry Baughman erected a little cabin built of logs, 18 x 26 feet in dimensions, and in this rude structure made his home until the year 1829. That year, he disposed of this property, and, moving to Sandusky County, this state, purchased two hundred and forty acres, on which he made his home for a period of eight years. At the end of that time his experience as a pioneer in a new country having proved a very hard one, he located in Columbus. His stay there was of short duration, however, for we soon find him living in Allen County, on two hundred and sixty acres of land. This he also took up in its wild state, and after erecting a dwelling for his family, and making them as comfortable as possible, began again the task of subduing the primeval soil. He made many improvements in the seven years in which he was in possession of this farm, and after selling it moved upon another place in the same county. Four years afterward he traded this last estate for a farm of one hundred acres near St. John's, where he was residing at the time of his decease. He was a Democrat in politics and a valued member of the Methodist Episcopal Church."

Biographical Sketch (1984):69, p. 122. "Henry married Mary Agler, a daughter of Frederick Agler and a sister of John Agler. Therefore, a brother and sister married a sister and brother. Henry and his wife raised their family in Mifflin Township, but later moved to Auglaize County, Ohio, and died there."

Biographical Sketch (1997):820 "Henry Baughman, son of John George Baughman (Bachman) and Barbara Steele, was born according to his parents’ record in an old hymn book, 5 Nov 1787, but according to his gravestone in the St. Johns, Ohio cemetery, 5 Nov 1786. He died in Auglaize County, Ohio, 10 Mar 1850 and is buried as above stated.

On April 10, 1812, he married in Franklin County, Ohio to Mary Agler, daughter of Frederick Agler and Margaret (VanGundy). Mary was born in Pennsylvania (1850 census, Union Township, Allen County, now Auglaize) 26 Sept 1793 and died 18 Mar 1851 in Auglaize County, Ohio. She is buried beside her husband in the St. Johns Cemetery.

In about 1833, Henry and Mary Baughman moved from Franklin County, Ohio, to Jackson Township, Sandusky County, Ohio, where they resided but a few years. By 1836 they had removed to (now) Auglaize County, where they made several purchases of land in Clay Township, including a double lot in the village of St. Johns (Union Township). A portion of this lot they later sold to the Methodist Church on which was erected a church. The Methodist Church is still located on that property, but I do not know that it is the original church building."

1787 Birth: Birthdate in family records458 is 5 Nov 1787; age at death on tombstone171, v. 1, bk. 2, p. 262.,18, p. 295. (63 years, 4 months, 5 days) calculates to a birth date of 5 February 1787; IGI235 temple submission lists birth of Henry Baughman or Bachman on 26 August 1787 in Northampton, Pennsylvania, son of John George Baughman and Barbara Steele.

1808 Muster Roll:166 Corp. Henry Baughman, Plain Twp., and Private Henry Baughman, Mifflin Twp., listed in the Muster Roll for Battalion Muster, at Worthington, Ohio, May 27, 1808.

1810 U.S. Census:46, p. 269. Franklin County, Ohio census lost.

1812 Marriage:452 Marriage of Henry Boughman and Mary Eagler on April 8, 1812 in Franklin County, Ohio.

1820 U.S. Census:46, p. 270. Franklin County, Ohio census lost.

1830 U.S. Census:588
Ohio, Franklin County, Mifflin Township
Head of family •• Henry Baughman
males 5-10 •• 2 << Jesiah, age 7; David, age 10
males 10-15 •• 2 << Henry, Samuel
male 15-20 •• 1 << William, age 18
male 50-60 •• 1 << Henry tallied in wrong column? age 43
females under 5 •• 3 << Mary Jane, Lucinda, Barbara
females 10-15 •• 2 << Elizabeth, Catherine
female 40-50 •• 1 << Mary, tallied in wrong column? age 37

1833 Land Purchases:1127,1129 On 11 February 1833 Henry Baughman of Franklin County, Ohio, purchased 160 acres in present day Sandusky County, Ohio for $1.25 per acre. He was issued certificate no. 6501 by the register of the Land Office at Bucyrus, Ohio for the sum of $200. On the same day, Henry Baughman also purchased 80 acres in present day Sandusky County, Ohio for $1.25 per acre. He was issued certificate no. 6502 by the registrar of the land Office at Bucyrus, Ohio for the sum of $100.

1834 Move to Auglaize County:70, p. 485. "Henry Baughman, another son of George and Barbara Baughman, raised a family in Mifflin, but he, himself, removed to Auglaize county in 1834, where he remained until his death."

1834 Land Patents:1128,1130 On 16 September 1834, the U.S. General Land Office issued Certificate no. 6501 to Henry Baughman of Franklin County, Ohio, for 160 acres, Range 14E of 1st Principal Meridian, Township 4N, Section 15, sold at the Bucyrus Land Office on 11 February 1833. On the same day, the U.S. General Land Office also issued Certificate no. 6502 to Henry Baughman for 80 acres, Range 14E of 1st Principal Meridian, Township 4N, Section 15, sold at the Bucyrus Land Office on 11 February 1833. Both parcels of land are located in present day Sandusky County.

1836 Land Purchases:1131,1133 On 25 January 1836 Henry Baughman of Franklin County, Ohio purchased 70.41 acres of land in present day Logan and Shelby counties for $1.25 per acre. He was issued certificate no. 5636 by the registrar of the Land Office at Lima for the sum of $88.01. On the same day Henry also purchased another 70.41 aces in present day Logan and Shelby counties for $1.25 per acres. He was issued certificate no. 5637 by the registrar of the Land Office at Lima for the sum of $88.01.

1836 Land Purchases:1135,1137 On 2 June 1836 Henry Baughman of Franklin County, Ohio purchased 181.39 acres of land for $1.25 per acre. He was issued certificate no. 6906 by the registrar of the Land Office at Lima for the sum of $226.74. On the same day Henry also purchased 43 acres of land for $1.25 per acre. He was issued certificate no. 6907 by the registrar of the Land Office at Lima for the sum of $53.75. Both parcels of land are located in present day Auglaize County.

1836 Land Owner:27, p. 715. Henry Baughman listed as an original purchaser of land in 1836 in Clay Township, Allen County.

1837 Land Patent:1132,1134 On 16 March 1837, the U.S. General Land Office issued Certificate no. 5636 to Henry Baughman for 70.41 acres, Range 7E of 1st Principal Meridian, Township 7S, Section 13, sold at the Lima Land Office on 25 January 1836. On the same day, the U.S. General Land Office also issued Certificate no. 5637 to Henry for another 70.41 acres, Range 7E of the 1st Principal Meridian, Township 7S, Section 12, sold at the Lima Land Office on 25 January 1836. Both parcels of land are in present day Logan and Shelby counties.

1837 Land Patent:1136,1138 On 18 March 1837, the U.S. General Land Office issued Certificate no. 6906 to Henry Baughman for 181.39 acres, Range 7E of the 1st Principal Meridian, Township 6S, Section 4, sold at the Lima Land Office on 2 June 1836. On the same day the U.S. General Land Office also issued Certificate no. 6907 to Henry for 43 acres, Range 7E of the 1st Principal Meridian, Township 6S, Section 3, sold at the Lima Land Office on 2 June 1836. Both parcels of land are located in present day Auglaize County.

1837 Land Purchase:514 Henry Baughman, Allen County, purchased land from John and Mary Rogers, Allen County, on April 15, 1837 for $40.

1838 Land Sale:513 William Baughman, Franklin County, purchased land from Henry and Mary Baughman, Allen County, on 20 Feb 1838 for $300.

1839 Land Purchase:1212, p. 743. Henry Baughman purchased 240 acres in Section 15 and David Baughman, 80 acres, Section 9.

1840 U.S. Census:
Ohio, Auglaize, Union Township590
Head of family •• Henry Baughman (assume Henry, age 53, was absent)
males 15-20 •• 1 << Jesiah, age 17
males 20-30 •• 1 << David, age 20
females 5-10 •• 2 << Margaret, age 10; Susannah, age 6
females 10-15 •• 3 << Barbara, age 12; Lucinda, age 14; Mary Jane
females 40-50 •• 1 << Mary, age 42
Adjacent to Samuel Baughman591 household.

1840 Neighbors: Four households, including that of Samuel Baughman,591 separate the census listings of the Henry Baughman590 family (with Margaret, age 10) and the William Bitler397 family (with Arthur, age 8).

1845 Land Sale:571 Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church purchased land from Henry and Mary Baughman, Allen County, on July 28, 1845 for $15. Mary signed with her mark.

1845 Land Purchase:573 Henry Baughman, Allen County, purchased land from Amos and Mary Jane Copeland, Allen County, on December 18, 1845 for $1,000.

1846 Land Sale:578 Jesse Penne, Allen County, purchased land from Henry and Mary Baughman, Allen County, on October 7 1846 for $100.

1847 Witness to Land Sale:580 Andrew Waggoner, Allen County, purchased land from William and Elisabeth Baughman, Franklin County, on July 31, 1847 for $167. Henry Baughman witnessed the transaction.

1849 Land Purchase:536 Henry Baughman, Auglaize County, purchased land from David and Sarah Davis, Auglaize County, on October 24, 1849 for $200.

1849 Land Sale:541 David Davis, Auglaize County, purchased land from Henry and Mary Baughman, Auglaize County, on October 24, 1849 for $1,000.

1850 IOU for Debt:289 "$2.00 due William Brackney two dollars one day for value received this the 21st day of February AD 1850. Henry Baughman."

1850 Tombstone:18, p. 295.,171, v. 1, bk. 2, p. 262. St. Johns Cemetery, Union Township, Auglaize County, Ohio.
Henry
Baughman
died
Mar. 10, 1850
aged 63 yrs
4 mo & 5 ds

1850 Public Sale of Articles From the Estate of Henry Baughman:289 Took place on 20 April 1850. Articles sold include: 2 quart jugs, William Bitler, $0.26; 1 flax hackel, William Bitler, $0.75; 1 lot nails, John F. Keysor, $0.38; 1 lot sole leather, Daniel Bitler, $0.40; 1 shoe bench & tools, Jesse Baughman, $1.50; 1 mantle clock, widow, $1.50; 2 looking glasses, Susannah Baughman, $0.12; 1 bureau, widow, $3.00; 1 foot adze, Jesse Baughman, $1.19; 1 iron square, John F. Keysor, $0.25; 2 single trees, Wm. Bitler, $0.11; 1 No. 4 wood lathe, David Baughman, $1.15; 1 shovel, David Baughman, $1.03; 1 grind stone, John F. Keysor, $1.08; 2 hogs, Daniel Bitler, $1.90; 2 forks, John F. Keysor, $0.49; 1 scoop/shovel, John F. Keysor, $0.12; 25 dozen oats, Jesse Baughman, $3.60; 1 brown horse, Jesse Baughman, $6.30; 1 collar, Jesse Baughman, $0.70; 1 halter, Wm. Bitler, $0.62; and 1 double tree, David Baughman, $0.40. The total value of the goods sold was $182.29.

1851 Baughman Land Partition:632 Lawsuit filed by David Baughman, plaintiff, against Samuel Baughman et al, defendants, concerning the partition of 135 acres of land. This land was actually Henry Baughman's estate.
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