Biography of Noah Stoneburner
Pitt Township, Wyandot County, OH Biographies

NOAH STONEBURNER was born in Fairfield County, Ohio, March 2, 1823. He is a son of John and Catharine (Bretz) Stoneburner, natives of Virginia and Pennsylvania respectively, and of German and French descent. His paternal grandfather was a soldier of the Revolution. His father came to Ohio at the age of eighteen, and was married in Fairfield County in 1822. Their children were Noah, Elizabeth and Levi, all living, and Christina, Mary A., Catharine, Samuel, John, Melinda and Ellen, deceased. The father died in 1860, aged sixty years; the mother is still a resident of this township, in her eighty first year. Noah Stoneburner remained at home till twenty three. He was married, February 20, 1848, to Magdalene Bite, daughter of David Hite. She died in 1859, having borne three children, E. Agatha (wife of J. M. Purky), Frank E., Catharine (wife of Miles Lewis). He was married, September 12, 1862, to Mrs. Mary A. Boyer (widow of Jacob Boyer), daughter of W. B. and Mary (Burns) Miller. She has five children, one Sylvia (now the wife of S. E. Lewis), by her first husband; the others are Miller, Charley A., Mary M. and Minnie E. Mrs. S. was born December 8, 1837. Mr. S. purchased his first farm of eighty acres in Antrim Township, later adding eighty acres more, all forest land, where he resided most of the time till 1867. He purchased his present farm of 174 acres in 1878; built his "bank" barn in 1874; erected his large frame house in 1881, and is one of the substantial citizens of the township. In politics, Mr. Stoneburner is a Democrat.

The History of Wyandot County, Ohio
Liggett, Canaway & Co.,
Chicago 1884

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