Michael Himebaugh, son of George and Christina Himebaugh, of Pennsylvania, was born in the same State Sept.
16, 1818. His great-grandfather came from Germany and settled in the Keystone State. The subject of this sketch
came with his parents to Stark county, O., when a boy nine years old, where he was married in 1842 to Margaret
Fouse, daughter of' Jacob and Elizabeth Fouse, of the same county. Mrs. H. was born in 1817. This marriage was
blessed with 6 children, viz.: Mary, William, Jacob, Catharine, Simon and Benjamin. Of these all are now dead except
Catharine. Mr. Himebaugh was married a second time, to Mary Weaver, daughter of Michael and Catharine (Coleman)
Weaver; she was born in Pennsylvania, April 21, 1823. Mr. Himebaugh's son, Jacob, was in the 73d Regiment in the
late civil war. He went from South Bend and was under Colonel Wade, of La Porte. He died in the house of a rebel
near Glasgow, Ky. Mr. H. has now been a resident of St. Joseph county for 24 years, and is a man respected by all
that know him. In his religious belief he is a firm Presbyterian, and is now living a contented and happy life
on his pleasant farm of 46 acres in sec. 35. P. 0., South Bend.
History of St. Joseph County, Indiana
Chas. C. Chapman & Co., Publisher
St. Joseph County
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