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Hannah WISE
Catherine __?__
Birth:  1800, PA
Death?:  1850-60, Liberty Twp., Delaware Co., IN
Death?:  Sep 1878, White Co., IN
Father probablyMr. JOHNSONBAUGH
Mother probablyEve __?__
Marriage-1:  29 Jan 1828, Wayne Co., OH
Wife-1:  Hannah WISE
Birth:  1800-1810, PA
Death:  21 Nov 1846
Marriage-2:  bet. 1846 and 1850
Wife-2:  Catherine __?__
Birth:  1818/9, PA
Children with Hannah WISE:
born in Jackson Twp., Wayne [now Ashland] Co., OH:
1.  George JOHNSONBAUGH, b. 25 Jan 1829 
2.  Daniel JOHNSONBAUGH, b. 1830/1
3.  Elizabeth J. JOHNSONBAUGH, b. 1832/3; d. bef. 1894

born in Indiana:
4.  Catherine JOHNSONBAUGH, b. 1835, Jackson Twp., Wayne Co., IN 
5.  Henry JOHNSONBAUGH, b. 1836/7, Jackson Twp., Wayne Co., IN
6.  Minta JOHNSONBAUGH, b. ca. 1838/9; d.s.p. bef. 1850
7.  Margaret Ann JOHNSONBAUGH, b. 1841/2 
8.  Hannah A. JOHNSONBAUGH, b. 1844/5 

Children with Catherine __?__ :

Year Location Event
1800 PA birth of John JOHNSONBAUGH
1800-1810  PA birth of Hannah WISE
bef. 1828 Pennsylvania to Ohio families move
1828 OH: Wayne Co. marriage of John JOHNSONBAUGH & Hannah WISE
1829 OH birth of son, George
1830 Census OH: Wayne Co.: Jackson Twp. John JOHNSTONBAUGH, head-of-household
1830/1 OH birth of son, Daniel
1832/3 OH birth of daughter, Elizabeth
1832-35 Ohio to Indiana family moves
1834/5 IN birth of daughter, Catherine
1836/7 IN birth of son, Henry
1840 Census  IN: Wayne Co.: Jackson Twp. John JOHNSONBAUGH, head-of-household
1841/2 IN birth of daughter, Margaret
1844/5 IN birth of daughter, Hannah
1846-50   marriage of John JOHNSONBAUGH & Catherine __?__
1850 Census IN: Delaware Co.: Liberty Twp. John JOHNSONBAUGH, head-of-household
1859 IN: White Co. marriage of daughter, Elizabeth, to Silas TAM
1860 Census
1864 IN: White Co. marriage of son, Daniel, to Frances FERGUSON
1864 IN: White Co. marriage of daughter, Margaret, to James RITCHEY

Sources (n.b., in Ohio, Ashland Co. was formed in 1846 from Richland, Huron, Lorain, and Wayne Cos.; no changes effected the names in Indiana):

1a.  Anon.  1966.  Marriage Index:  Ohio, 1789-1850.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-400):
Johnsonbaugh, John Wise, Hannah Jan 29, 1828 Wayne Co.

1b.  Marriage Index:  Indiana, 1851-1900 (Broderbund CD-243):
Tam, Silas J. Johnsonbaugh, Elizabeth Feb 15, 1859 White Co.
Johnsonbaugh, Daniel Ferguson, Frances Apr 11, 1864 White Co.

2.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1830 (Broderbund CD-315):
1830 Johnstonbaugh, John OH Wayne Co. Jackson Twp. p. 133

3.  1840 Census Index and Digital Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #31-32 of 40; extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
1840 IN Wayne Co. Jackson Twp. p. 318 John Johnsonbaugh 111 001 - 210 001 0100000
These data indicate:
No. & Sex Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 4 or under 1835-1840 = Henry (b. 1836/7)
1 male 5-9 1830-1835 = Daniel (b. 1830/1)
1 male 10-14 1825-1830 = George (b. 1829)
1 male 30-39 1800-1810 = John (b. 1800) 
2 females 4 or under 1835-1840 = Minta
= Catherine (b. 1835)
1 female 5-9 1830-1835 = Elizabeth (b. 1832/3)
1 female 30-39 1800-1810 = Hannah
1 person engaged in agriculture
Listed three lines above brother Henry JOHNSONBAUGH, who is listed one line above brother David JOHNSONBAUGH

4.  Census Microfilm Records:  Indiana, 1850 (Broderbund CD-302) and 1850 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #20 of 28):  Liberty Twp., Delaware Co., IN, p. 315B, 323/323, enumerated 17 Sep 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
John Johnsonbaugh 50 M Farmer 1000 Penna
Catharine   " 31 F     "
George      " 21 M Farmer   Ohio
Daniel      " 19 M   "   "
Elizabeth J " 17 F     "
Catharine   " 15 F     Ind
Henry       " 13 M     "
Margaret    "  8 F     "
Hannah      "  6 F     "
The image on the Broderbund was very difficult to read, but the image at Ancestry.com couldn't be clearer.  I have no doubt the ages here for John and Catharine are correct, which ages are at odds with the WFT.

5.  Census Records, Indiana, 1860 (Broderbund CD-304):

6.  Family Quest Archives:  Indiana 1870 Census Index.  Heritage Quest ACD-0038:  not found.

7.  Esther Weygandt Powell.  1971/73.  Early Ohio Tax Records.  Ohio Genealogy Society, Akron, OH (repub. 1983 by Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD; repub. 1999 as Broderbund CD-651).  On p. 14 (n.b., that Ashland Co. was not formed until 1846; in 1810, Jackson Twp. was in Wayne Co.):
Johnsonbaugh, John...

8.  Anon.  1894.  A Portrait and Biographical Record of Delaware and Randolph Counties, Ind.  A.W. Bowen & Co., Chicago (biographies online at countyhistory.com):

The ancestors of Mr. [George] Jonsonbough were natives of Pennsylvania, in which state his father, John Jonsonbough, and mother, whose maiden name was Hannah Wise, were both born.  They were married in Wayne county, Ohio, January 29, 1828, and later moved to Indiana, locating in White county, where Mr. Jonsonbough followed his trade of coopering until his death in September, 1878.  His wife died a number of years previous, having been called to her final rest on the 21st of November 1846.  John and Hannah Jonsonbough reared a family of eight children, whose names are as follows:  George, whose name introduces this sketch; Daniel; Elizabeth, deceased; Catherine, deceased; Henry; Minta, deceased; Margaret, wife of James Richie; and Hannah, wife of Perry Godlove...

9.  Broderbund.  World Family Trees.  Vol. 28, Pedigree #297.  Has both John and Catherine born in 1799, but see above census record.  Apparently, they read both their ages as 51 (and I can see how one might have), but I'm quite certain they are 50 and 31, respectively.

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