Enos Vanderford (3013)
Father: Eli Vanderford (2013)
Mother: Susannah Ratcliff
b. 1812, in Ohio. [census-Ohio]
d. 1866 [Biggs,1950]
m. June 9, 1834, Hannah Dowd, daughter of
Connor Dowd and Hannah Graves [Biggs,1950]
b. July 9. 1815 on Raccoon Creek, Athens County,
d. July 11, 1911 in
Vinton County, Ohio [Biggs,1950]
Susan (4127), b. March
John D. (4128), b.
Nancy (4129), b.
Cynthia (4131), b. 1843
Enos M. (4130), b.
Eli, b. 1847 in Ohio
Harriet M., b. 1850 in Ohio
m. Nov. 12, 1868 in Vinton County, Ohio, Charles A.
Sudlow [VC mar 2:390], b. 1846 in England
Charles was a school teacher and they were living in Madison township, Vinto
County, Ohio. [census-Ohio]
Before his marriage, Enos bought,
cleared and put under cultivation 40 acres about a mile from Raccoon Creek in
Athens County, Ohio. [Biggs,1950]
Enos lived in Brown Township,
Athens County (now Vinton County), Ohio with his wife, son and daughter. He was
a farmer. [census-Ohio]
Enos moved his family to a farm
nearer Zaleski. [Biggs,1950]
Enos lived in South Brown Township
(now Madison Township), Vinton County, Ohio with his wife (Hannah), 3 sons
(John D., Enos and Eli) and 4 daughters (Susanna, Nancy, Cynthia and Harriet).
Enos was a farmer and his real property was appraised at $2000. All but the two
youngest children were attending school. His mother-in-law Hannah Dowd, 73 born
in North Carolina was also living with them. [census-Ohio]
When the town of Zaleski was laid
out, Enos built two houses on Commercial Street.
Enos and his son, John were merchants
and the family was living in Zaleski, Ohio. His daughter, Susan, was a school
Hannah was living in Zaleski, Vinton
County, Ohio. Her sons John and Enos were living next to her.
Hanna was living whith her daughter
Susan's family in Zaleski, Vinton County, Ohio. [census-Ohio]
Hannah, Enos' widow, was living in
Zaleski, Vinton County, Ohio with her daughter Susan Stevenson's family.
The DAR Chapter in McArthur, Ohio was named for
Hannah Dowd Vanderford. Hannah's father, Connor Dowd, served in the
Revolutionary War from North Carolina under Gen. Nathaniel Greene and Gen.
Francis Marion (the Swamp Fox). [Biggs,1950]