26* i. JUSTUS AUSTIN3, b. Dec. 31, 1835; m. and has several ch. Physician, at La Rue, Marion co., 0.
27* ii. MARYAMNA J., b. Mch. 4, 1837; m. DANIEL WEBSTER JACOBY.
28 iii. GEORGE AMBROSE b. Feb. 16, 1839; enlisted Apr., 1861, in the 4th Ohio vol. inf.; d. of typhoid at Romney, Va., Dec. 19, 1861.
29 iv. EMILY H., b. Sept. 10, 1840; m. ——- BURNS; is now a widow; res. Bloomington, Ill.
30 v. ABRAM CHARLES b. Dec. 6, 1842; lawyer at San Diego, Cal.
31 vi. HOMER STRAWBRIDGE, b. —–; res. Huron, So Dak.
32 vii. ISAAC JACOB, b. Feb. 8, 1845; res. Harvey (Centre Ave.), Chicago.
WILLIAM CALDWELL STROWBRIDGE3, son of’ PHILIP MAUS (4), was b. in Pennsylvania; m. (1) MISS CARMICHAEL ; m. (2) ——-; lived for a time in Prospect, 0.; rem. to Indiana, and d. there.
CHILDREN BY FIRST MARRIAGE.
33 i. DAU.4.
34 ii. EMMA.
35 iii. JANE.
JUSTUS MAUS STROWBRIDGE3, son of PHILIP MAUS (4), was b. in Pennsylvania; m. ——- ——–; res. (1890) near Portland, Ore.
36 i. THOMAS4.
HON. JOSEPH ALFRED STROWBRIDGE3, son of PHILIP MAUS (4), was b. Dec. 1, 1835. When about one year old his parents rem. to Ohio, and in 1852 to Portland, Ore., where he has since res. He m. at Oxford, 0., July 4, 1864, MARY H., eldest dau. of Dr. H. A. and Eliza (Fisher) BODMAN,*
Dr. H. A. Bodman was b. at Williamstown, Mass., Aug. 8, 1813; d. at Portland, Ore., Sept. 29, 1872. He was descended from an old German family, who originally spelled their surname Bodmann. Doctor Bodman was the last of his family. His grandfather served all through the Revolutionary war, and his father in the war of 1812. Doctor Bodman was a surgeon in the navy during the late Civil war. He went in response to an especial call from President Lincoln for experienced surgeons. Was with Admiral Porter on the Mississippi. In 1865 rem. with his family to Oregon. When a young man he left his home in Massachusetts, and went to Ohio; there he studied medicine, graduating at the medical college at Cincinnati. He m. and settled at Cincinnati. but rem. to Oxford on account of the superior educational advantages it possessed for his children. Mrs, Bodman was b. in Paris, Ky., Jan. 18, 1820, of Scotch parents, who came from Glasgow about one year before her birth. She d. at Portland, Jan. 14, 1876.