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GEORGE W. STOCKSDALE, farmer, P. O. Canal Dover, was born in Baltimore, Md., December 30, 1817. The records of this family show them to be of English descent; the dates of birth in the past generation show an uncle, Elisha Stocksdale, who was born November 25, 1778; Ely, a brother, November 25, 1780; Myrna, August 6, 1784; Katie, March 5, 1787, and Ellen, March, 1779; the brothers were among the pilgrims of the new world, and located in Maryland, under the old English dispensation, which granted the land cleared by the hatchet at one shilling per acre. Here the brothers hewed out a settlement, and from this point the race of Stocksdales sprang. Elisha, the grandparent, was a native of that State, and Elisha, Jr., the parent of our subject, was born in Baltimore, Md., in 1791. He was married to Rebecca Cook, a native of the same county, and the two became early settlers of Dover Township, where Mr. Stocksdale died in 1841, his widow April 18, 1863. Their children were as follows: George W., our subject; William, born March 25, 1819; Nellie (deceased), born December 25, 1820; Edward, born October 7, 1822; Patsey, born April 22, 1824; Perry, born January 29, 1826; Susan (deceased), born December 31, 1827; Elizabeth (deceased), born December 20, 1830; Elisha, born December 19, 1831; Rezin C. (deceased), born February 13, 1834; and Jeremiah, born January 29, 1837. The subject of this sketch was married in 1844 to Mary Lanoz, who was born at Harper's Ferry, Va. Eight children have blessed this union, six of whom are living-William P.; Charlotte. wife of F. Spaulding, of Portage County, Ohio; Rebecca, wife of O. C. Phelps; George A., married to Miss Elizabeth Ogg; Emma, wife of W. Rosenberg; and Anna. Mr. Stocksdale settled on his present farm, consisting of eighty acres, in 1850, and has since lived here. He is a man of quiet, unostentatious habits, fond of the home fireside, and is a stable and consistent member of the United Brethren Church. [History of Tuscarawas County, Ohio, 1884]

JOHN W. STOCKSDALE, grocer, Dennison, was born in Dover Township, this county, May 14, 1852, and is a son of Perry and Mary M. (Mumma) Stocksdale, the former a native of Maryland, the latter born in Holmes County, Ohio. Perrv Stockdale was born in the year 1826, of English and German descent, and came to this county when he was seven years of age. He is a prominent farmer in Dover Township, where he resides, and has had a family of six children. John W. being the oldest. The subject of this sketch was educated at the common schools of Dover Township, and at the high school in Shanesville, Ohio, and was a teacher for six terms. He subsequently engaged in farming, working on rented land until he purchased a farm in Union Township, but, in 1873, sold out and came to Dennison, where he embarked in the grocery and provision business with a brother-in-law, the firm name being Kanaga & Stocksdale, and has since continued in the business. The firm are located on Logan street, and carry a full stock of goods, enjoying a good patronage. Our subject was married, in 1871, to Mary E. Lemasters. She is of English descent, was born in Union Township, this county, and is a daughter of J. N. Lemasters, a minister of the United Brethren Church. To this union were born two children-Melva May and Venna E. Mr. Stocksdale has been assistant Superintendent in the Sabbath school of the United Brethren Church, of which he is a member. [History of Tuscarawas County, Ohio, 1884]

PERRY STOCKSDALE, farmer, P. O. Canal Dover, was born in Baltimore, Md., January 29, 1826, and is a son of Elisha and Rebecca (Cook) Stocksdale, whose history appears in this work. The subject of this sketch was married in Dover Township, in 1851, to Mary M., daughter of Martin Muma, of Tuscarawas County. Of the children born to this union, six are living. Their names are as follows: John W., Charles P., George E., Mary L., Anna R. and Katie E. J. Mr. Stocksdale settled on his present farm of ninety-five acres in 1852. In 1873, he opened a vein of coal on his land, which yields on an average 150 tons per annum. He served as Justice of the Peace for one year, and has filled various arious offices of trust. He is a member of the United Brethren Church, and a useful citizen of Dover Township. [History of Tuscarawas County, Ohio, 1884]

JEREMIAH STOCKSDALE, farmer, P. O. Canal Dover, was born in Dover Township, this county and State, in 1837. and is the youngest son of Elisha and Rebecca (Cook) Stocksdale. His parents were both natives of Maryland, and came to Tuscarawas County in 1836, settling in Dover Township, where Elisba lived to enjoy pioneer life three years; the widow survived until 1861. Of their family of eleven children, six are living-George, William, Perry, residents of this county: Elisha, resident of Kankakee County; Martha, wife of James Harper, this county; and Jeremiah. The subject of this sketch was married in 1862, to Ann, daughter of Martin Muma, a pioneer of Tuscarawas County. To this union eight children have been born, all of whom are living- Martin, Susan, John, Mary. Lydia, Anna, Jane and Jeremiah. After his marriage, Mr. Stocksdale settled on his present farm, consisting of 105 acres, where he has since lived. His father was a surveyor, and was a soldier in the war of 1812. He followed his profession in his native State. Our subject is connected with the United Brethren Church of Dover Township, and is a highly respected citizen. [History of Tuscarawas County, Ohio, 1884]