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Francis DIDDLEBAUGH
Frances __?__
Anna Eliza STOLL
Husband:  Francis DIDDLEBAUGH
Birth:  1832-37, Wuerttemberg or PA  {1850: 17, GER; 1860: 26, PA}
Death:  1867-70, Hardin Co., OH
Father:  Jacob DIDDLEBAUGH
Wife:  Rosanna __?__
Marriage-1:  1850s, presumably Hardin Co., OH
Wife-1:  Frances "Finey / Fannie" __?__
Birth:  1829/30, Wuerttemberg
Death:  21 Feb 1867, Pleasant Twp., Hardin Co., OH
Siblings?/Children? born in Wuerttemberg:
.  Coonrad __?__, b. 1842/3 
.  Maria/Mary "Polly" __?__, b. 1853/4
Marriage-2:  27 Oct 1867, Hardin Co., OH
Wife-2:  Anna Eliza STOLL / STAHL
Birth:  1845/6, OH
Other Spouse:  m2. 18 Apr 1871, Hardin Co., OH, Charles BROWN
Children with Fannie:
1.  Janette DIDDLEBAUGH, b. 1857/8, Cessna Twp., Hardin Co., OH; m. 20 Jan 1879, Hardin Co., OH, Peter HOFFER
Children with Anna STOLL/STAHL:
?
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; FRG, Germany, Deutschland, Württemberg; USA, US, United States, Ohio, Pennsylvania

Sources:

1a.  Jordan R. Dodd, ed.  1998.  Marriage Index: Ohio, 1851-1900.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-236):  not found.

1b.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).
Francis DIDDLEBAUGH
Spouse: Ann Eliza STOLL
Marriage: 27 Oct 1867, Hardin, Ohio
Source: Marriage Records, 1833-1918. Ohio. Probate Court (Hardin County).
Charles BROWN
Spouse: Anne E. DIDDLEBAUGH
Marriage: 18 Apr 1871, Hardin, Ohio
Source: Marriage Records, 1833-1918. Ohio. Probate Court (Hardin County).
Peter HOFFER
Spouse: Jonetta DIDDLEBAUGH
Marriage: 20 Jan 1879, Hardin, Ohio
Source: Marriage Records, 1833-1918. Ohio. Probate Court (Hardin County).
I cannot account for the following source (LDS Fiche #6142831).  The data simply do not jibe with Francis DIDDLEBAUGH having died and left Anna a widow by 1870.  But clearly Anna was a widow in the 1870 Census, and clearly she remarried in 1871, to Charles BROWN.
Mr. DITTLEBAUGH
Birth: Abt. 1841, Kenton, Hardin, Ohio
Source: LDS Fiche #6142831 -- no matching title found
Mr. DITTLEBAUGH
Spouse: Annie Eliza STOLL
Marriage: Abt. 1866, Of, Ohio
Source: LDS Fiche #6142831 -- no matching title found
John Peter DITTLEBAUGH
Birth: 23 Mar 1873, Of, Hardin, Ohio
Father: Mr. DITTLEBAUGH; Mother: Annie Eliza STOLL
Source: LDS Fiche #6142831 -- no matching title found
Karl Frederick DITTLEBAUGH
Birth: 21 Mar 1879, Of, Hardin, Ohio
Father: Mr. DITTLEBAUGH; Mother: Annie Eliza STOLL
Source: LDS Fiche #6142831 -- no matching title found
John Peter DITTLEBAUGH
Spouse: Hattie B. ANSLEY
Marriage: Abt. 1898, Of, Ohio
Source: LDS Fiche #6142831 -- no matching title found
I thoroughly searched the LDS 1880 census index CDs and could not find a Karl/Carl or Fredrick/Frederick born ca. 1879 with surname remotely approaching DIDDLEBAUGH anywhere.

2a.  AIS (Accelerated Index System) Census Index (online at Ancestry.com):
1860 Didlebough Frances OH Hardin Co. Cessna Twp. p. 402

2b.  1860 Census Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #5 of 13):  Dunkirk P.O., Cessna Twp., Hardin Co., OH, p. 402B, PN 84, 564/564, enumerated 11 Jul 1860 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Frances Didlebough 26 m     1200 300 Penn
Finey? 30 f         Wortemburg
Jennette  2 f         O
Polly  6 f         Wortemburg
Coonrad 17 m   Day Laborer     "
This record is very hard to figure.  In the 1850 Census, Francis's birthplace was given as Germany, not PA, but that's a minor problem compared to the rest.  It seems fairly obvious that Janette is the daughter of Francis & Finey.  The big problem is the other girl and teenage boy.  Francis was in the U.S. in the 1850 Census, unmarried and without children (living with his parents), so he cannot be the parent of any child born in Württemberg.  Nor are these Francis's siblings because they were not in his parents' household in 1850.  Given their birthplace, we would immediately suspect that Polly and Coonrad were Finey's children from an earlier marriage, especially given Finey's age.  Then again, while Finey's easily old enough to be Polly's mother, it's a stretch to make her Coonrad's mother, unless Finey is lying about her age in the census, which widow's are certainly prone to doing.  Are Coonrad and Polly siblings of Finey?  Or is Polly her daughter and Coonrad her brother?  In any case, we would expect that Coonrad, at least, would be using his own surname.  I suspect the two did have different surnames, and that suspicion is supported by the household next door.  Francis and his family are living next door to Francis's father, Jacob DIDDLEBAUGH.  Living with Jacob is his grandson, Joseph KAHLE, but the enumerator does not give Joseph a  surname, with the implication that Joseph is a DIDDLEBAUGH, when in fact he was not (in the 1850 and 1870 censuses, he was Joseph KAHLE).  I think the enumerator made the same mistake here, that Polly and Coonrad were not surnamed DIDDLEBAUGH.  This error is most unfortunate because their surname could have told us a great deal, especially as Francis died before 1870, so we have no second chance to find out. 

3a.  Family Quest Archives:  Ohio 1870 Census Index.  Heritage Quest ACD-0014:
Surname Given
name
Age Sex Race Birth
Place
County Locality Roll Pg
Diddlebaugh Ann E 24 F W OH Hardin Pleasant Twp 1219 510
Diddlebaugh Janette 12 F W OH Hardin Cessna Twp 1219 344
Ann is widowed and Janette is orphaned.  Given how briefly Francis was married to Ann, it's not surprising that Janette chose to live with her grandfather, rather than her step-mother, after the death of her father.

3b.  1870 Census Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #19 of 35):  Kenton P.O., Pleasant Twp., Hardin Co., OH, p. 510A, PN 19, enumerated 2 Aug 1870 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
1870:  for an explanation of the column headings, please see
What the Numbers in the Federal Census Mean (missing columns contained no data).
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 19
144 138 Stoll George 33 m W Farmer 1000 1200 Ohio / / /
    _____ Emma 31 f W Keeps house     Hesse Cassel / /  
    _____ Amelia 61 f W       " / /  
    _____ John 22 m W works on farm     Ohio / / /
    Diddlebaugh Ann E 24 f W at home     " / /  
Odds are that George is Ann's brother.  The other relationships are hard to figure, unless the census-taker made some errors with either ages or birthplaces or surnames, and I'll wager Amelia is Emma's mother and that her surname (and John's) is not STOLL.

3c.  1870 Census Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #4 of 19):  Kenton P.O., Cessna Twp., Hardin Co., OH, p. 344B, PN 4, enumerated 3 Jun 1870 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 15 19
29 26 Eccarius Valentine 57 m W Farmer 5850 1400 Saxony / /   /
    ________ Janette 32 f W Keeps house     Pennsylvania / /    
    ________ Jacob G 11 m W working farm     Ohio /   /  
    ________ Margaret R  9 f W at home     " /   /  
    Stahl Francis M 26 m W working farm     "     /  
    Diddlebaugh Janette 12 f W at home     "   / /  
    ___________ Jacob 67 m W (Infirm)   2000 Wurtemburgh / /   /
The younger Janette is Jacob's granddaughter; the elder Janette's is Jacob's daughter.  Francis STAHL/STOLL is probably a brother of Ann (STOLL) DIDDLEBAUGH.

4.  Deaths in Hardin County, Ohio, 1867 (online at the Hardin County OHGenWeb site):
Name Date of Death Age Place of Death Place of Birth
DIDDLEBAUGH, Frances Feb. 21, 1867 30y Pleasant Twp. Germany

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