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Isaac Fall Land

The following is an analysis of where Isaac and Leah (Royer) Fall lived after their marriage on May 16, 1869 in Summit Co.

In the 1870 Census Isaac Fall was listed as living next to his father-in-law, John Royer. 



 
 
According to the 1874 Summit County Real Estate Plat Map, John Royer owned two pieces of property in Springfield Twp., Summit Co., Ohio. Isaac Fall did not own any land, but was listed on the census as a head of household. So he either lived with the Royer family or in a rented house near by.



The red markings indicate where John Royer's land would be located on a current map.



 
 
(1) April 1, 1874, bought 23 acres in Suffield Twp., Summit Co., from Samuel Ely, Vol 113, Page 193

 
 
 
 
 

Feb 18, 1880, sold the 23 acres to Edw Crammer, Vol 126, Page 361

 
 
 
 
 

(2) Feb 18, 1880, bought 60 acres in Suffield Twp., Summit Co., from Edw Crammer, Vol 126, Page 284
    Effie May Fall was born during the time they lived at this property.
  




(3) Mar 22, 1886, bought 80+ acres in Portage Co. from Lewis Feudner, Vol 144, Page 475
  



Mar 28, 1886, sold the 60 acres to David Young, Vol 143, Page 395
 



(4) Apr 1, 1891, bought 141 acres in Suffield Twp., Summit Co., from Isaac Brumbaugh, Vol 159, Page 44




Apr 1, 1891, sold the 80+ acres to John Weary, Vol 155, Page 613

 
 
 
 
 

(5) Jan 3, 1901, bought 28+ acres from Andrew Brumbaugh, Vol 183, Page 612

From Genealogy Documents


Apr 1, 1905, sold the 28+ acres to Frank Schumaker, Vol 201, Page 120






Jun 29, 1919, sold the 142+ acres on land contract to G.M. Stadelman, Vol 249, Page 244
 

Apr 21, 1921, transferred deed on 142+ acres to G.M. Stadelman, Vol 265, Page 248

From Genealogy Documents


? Bought house in Hartville, Ohio

 
 
 
 


 
Suffield Twp.


Randolph Twp


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