Hannah Ann Gideon Radabaugh v James Milton Radabaugh (Journal 6 p299-300 - 5 June 1863; Roll 16 case number 54 - June 1863)
By Pamela Pattison Lash (updated 2010)
Daniel Brownawell, JP, married the couple on 29 Dec 1862 in Wms Co (Marriage V3 p212). James Milton, b1831, Jackson Co, OH, was the son of Henry and Lydia Henson Radabaugh, Jr. They were enumerated in the 1850 Brady Twp federal census p13, as Henry 50 VA, John 22 OH, Lydia 50 NC, William 20 OH, James 19 OH, Lorinda 1* OH, Margaret 16 OH, and Catherine 13 OH. The 1860 West Unity, Brady Twp federal census, p151b, listed the family as Henry 58 VA, Lydia 59 NC, Henderson 27 OH, James 25 OH, and Catherine 19 OH. As a neighbor of the Radabaughs in the 1860 Brady Twp federal census, p151a, Hannah Gideon was 20 OH, and lived with the William Richardson family; Margaret Richardson was a sister to James M. Radabaugh.
Hannah charged James with gross neglect and abandonment. She said on 11 Mar 1863 he left her. James had a 1/6th inheritance from his father Henry to property in Brady Twp; Henry had died c15 Nov 1862 (Probate #718). The couple had a daughter, Ida M, born 1862. According to the 1880 Crystal, Montcalm Co, MI federal census p70 Hannah Radabaugh was listed as Hannah 40 OH-PA-OH widowed. She lived near her daughter, Ida. In the 1900 Crystal, Montcalm Co, MI federal census p14B Hannah Radabaugh born Feb 1839 OH-PA-OH was enumerated as mother-in-law of Leonard Tissne; Leonard’s wife, Ida, born Jan or June 1861 OH, was Hannah and James’ daughter. An Internet source stated that Hannah died c1902.