Solomon Ritenour v Caroline Ritenour (Journal 7 p79 - 5 Nov 1867; Roll 19 case number 126 - Nov 1868)
By Pamela Pattison Lash (updated 2010)
Solomon charged Caroline with being willfully absent for three years or more. The roll packet was empty. In the 1860 Brady Twp, Wms Co federal census p148b, there was a Redenour family enumerated as Samuel 56 VA, Mary 43 PA, Solomon 27 OH, and William 9 OH. The Lost Creek Cemetery, Farmer Twp, Defiance Co, OH, had a listing for Samuel Ridenour (17 Feb 1804 - 5 July 1883) and his two wives, Catherine (30 Aug 1803 - 8 Sept 1840) and Mary A. (4 Sept 1815 - 5 July 1895); this family was enumerated in the 1840 Washington Twp, (now Defiance Co) Wms Co, OH federal census, p241.
A native of Jefferson Co, OH, Solomon Ritenour/Ridenour, son of Samuel and Katherine Harshbarger Ritenour, married Anna Riegel in Wms Co on 18 Nov 1869 (Marriage V4 p85). This couple was listed in the 1870 Brady Twp federal census p6, as Solomon Ritenour 38 OH, Anna 25 OH, Daniel 33 OH, and Jacob Shaffer 21 OH. The Farmer Cemetery, Farmer Twp, Defiance Co, OH, had a listing for Solomon Ridenour (13 Nov 1831 - 11 Nov 1912), a Civil War soldier, and wife Anna (17 Nov 1843 - 10 June 1922).