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Henry DIDDLEBAUGH
Ms. __?__
Caroline FETTER
Husband:  Henry DIDDLEBAUGH
Birth:  1807, Saxony / Prussia
Occupation:  farmer
Marriage-1:
Wife-1:  Ms. __?__
Marriage-2:  6 Feb 1855, Crawford Co., OH
Wife-2:  Caroline FETTER  [may not be her maiden name]
Birth:  1807, Hesse-Darmstadt
Occupation:  homemaker
Child with Wife-1 born in OH :
1.  Eva / Eve E. DIDDLEBAUGH, b. 1847/8
Child with Caroline FETTER born in Crawford Co., OH:
2.  Eoaine? DIDDLEBAUGH, b. 1855/6

Given her age, Caroline was just barely biologically able to be the mother of this child, and it's not surprising that she had no more.

Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; FRG, Federal Republic of Germany, DEU, Deutschland, HE, Hesse, Hessen, Preussen, SN, Sachsen; USA, US, United States, Ohio

Sources:

1.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).
Henry DITTLEBAUGH
Spouse: Caroline FETTER
Marriage: 6 Feb 1855, Crawford, Ohio
Source: Marriage Records, 1831-1929. Ohio. Probate Court (Crawford County).

2.  1860 Census Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #481 of 612):  Broken Sword P.O., Holmes Twp., Crawford Co., OH, pp. 241A-241B, PN 41-42, 300/291, enumerated 12 Jun 1860 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Henry Tettlebaugh 52 m   Farmer 1200 250 Saxony
Caroline 52 f         Hesse
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Eve Tettlebaugh 12 f         Ohio
Amos Frolich 10 m         Ohio
As Henry and Caroline have only been married five years, Eve would have to be Henry's child from a previous marriage.  But where is the other daughter, the one who shows up in the 1870 census?  I would have guessed Amos to be a child of Caroline's earlier marriage, except she married with surname FETTER.  Listed six households down from Jacob FROLICH (æ 57, b. PA) and his family.

3.  1870 Census Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #5 of 40):  Holmes Twp., Crawford Co., OH, p. 415A, PN5, enumerated 13 Jul 1870 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 15 19
36 36 Diddlebauch Henry 63 M W Retired Farmer 2730 150 Prussia / /   /
    ___________ Caroline 62 F W Keeping House     Hesse Darmstadt / /    
    ___________ Eoaine? 14 F W At home     Ohio / / /  
  37 Reamsnyder Edward 24 M W Farmer   700 Prussia / /   /
    __________ Eva 30 F W Keeping House     Ohio / /    
    __________ Willhelm  1 M W       " /      
    __________ Charlie  3 M W       " /      
Where was Eoaine in 1860?  Is she really their daughter?  Edward's and Eva's ages seem to be interchanged (see them in 1880).  And why is Charlie listed after Wilhelm?  I've seen more anomalies with this census enumerator than any other I can remember.

4.  1880 United States Census and National Index (LDS Family History Resource File: CD-ROM Library):
Census Place: Holmes, Crawford, Ohio
Source: FHL Film 1255003; NARA Film T9-1003; Pg 423A
  Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Occupation Fa Mo
Caroline FIDDLEBAUCKER Self F W W 73 HESSE
DARMSTADT
Keeping
House
HESSE
DARMSTADT
HESSE
DARMSTADT
Living next door to her step-daughter, Eva (DIDDLEBAUGH) REIMSCHNEIDER.

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