Sources for the Frederick Family Tree and History - The Frederick Family of Medina and Wayne Counties, Ohio

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Frederick Family History and Genealogy Sources

  1. Compendium of American Genealogy, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Md. (1910), Vol. VII, pg. 288, Immigrant ancestor George Frederick and descendants through Jacob Frederick (brother of Thomas Frederick, Jr.)

  2. PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES, Ships Passenger Lists, (24A,B,C) Johann George Friederich aboard Loyal Judith from Rotterdam, Robert Turpin, master.

  3. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Index to Wills, Noah Frederick.

  4. Thomas Lynch Montgomery, REPORT OF THE COMMISSION TO LOCATE THE SITE OF THE FRONTIER FORTS OF PENNSYLVANIA, (wm. Stanley Ray, State Printer (1916)), Death of Noah Frederick.

  5. Clifford Neal Smith, Federal Land Series, Vol. 1, 1788-1810, (American Library Association, Chicago, 1972), Thomas Frederick, R3 TW14 S3, Columbiana Co., Steubenville Land Office.

  6. Index to Ohio Tax Lists, 1800-1810, Columbiana County, Ohio, Thomas Frederick, Sr. and Thomas Frederick, Jr.

  7. 1790 Census, First Census of the U.S., Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, pgs. 184, 190, 193; Thomas Frederick, George Frederick, Peter Frederick, Jacob Frederick, Henry Frederick.

  8. History of Columbiana County, Ohio, (D.W. Ensign and Co., 1879), pg. 103, Thomas Frederick, Sr. and family.

  9. Gateway to The West, Vol. I, pg. 293, 294, 295, 300, Columbiana Co., Ohio Marriages, 1803-1818; Polly Frederick and Mathew Elder; John Frederick and Sophia Gloss; Samuel Frederick and Elizabeth Caldwell; Margaret Frederick and William Green; Elizabeth Frederick and John Miller

  10. Edward Brown, Wadsworth Memorial, (Steam Printing House, Wadsworth, Ohio, 1875), pg. 228, "Among the earliest [settlers of Chippewa township] ... Thomas Frederick ..." Sophia Frederick, daughter of Thomas Frederick.

  11. Ben Douglass, History of Wayne County, Ohio From The Days of The Pioneers and First Settlers To The Present Time, (Wooster, Ohio, 1878), pg. 854-855, Thomas Frederick, Elizabeth Shank, dau. Harriet, son Reasin, dau Rachael, son Mathew, son William F., son Henry, dau. Catherine, dau. Sarah A., dau. Mary A, son Jacob, dau. Sophia.

  12. Ruth Ensworth and Helen Vaughn, Early Sharon Township, (1981), pg. 151, Thomas Frederick.

  13. 1830 Census, Wayne County, Ohio, pg. 152, Chippewa twp., Thomas Frederick: 1 male 5-10; 2 males 10-15; 1 male 15-20; 1 male 50-60; 2 females under 5; 2 fem. 5-10; 1 fem 10-15; 1 fem. 15-20; 1 fem 40-50.

  14. 1840 Census, Wayne County, Ohio, Chippewa twp., pg. 109, Jacob Frederick: 2 males under 5; 3 males 5-10; 1 male 30-40; 1 female 30-40.

  15. 1850 Census, Wayne Co., Ohio, Chippewa Township; Thomas Frederick, father, in household of Henry Frederick.

  16. 1850-1880 U.S. Census, Medina Co., Sharon twp., Charles and Sophia Wall and family.

  17. Pension Application, War of 1812; Application no. SO 17038 and SC 17046, Thomas Frederick.

  18. Estate Records, Wayne County, Ohio, Thomas Frederick will, probated August 11, 1871; will dated April 1, 1861; dau. Margaret, dau. Dorothy, dau. Elizabeth, son Jacob, dau. Sophia Wall.

  19. Wayne County, Ohio Marriage Records, Wayne County Library, Wooster, Ohio; (Baughman Township) Sophia Frederick and Charles Wall, Dec. 17, 1829, Rev. Henry Weygandt, Minister.

  20. Ms. Maggie Council Dipietra <banchukita@yahoo.com>, e-mail messages, October 11 &12, 2007.

  21. HISTORIC SHAWNEE NAMES OF THE 1700s - http://www.shawnee-traditions.com/Names.html Fredrick, Thomas aka Keesawsoso - Adopted-white born about 1745 PA-died 1808 OH - adopted about 1750, returned to whites about 1765, translator, trader, husband after 1765 of Margaret A. Tibbon-white

 
Ronald N. Wall
Modified: 06 February 2018