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1  SHORT, Enid Leione (I7911)
2  SHORT, Enid Leione (I7911)
3  SHORT, Enid Leione (I7911)
4  SHORT, Enid Leione (I7911)
5 "Acadian Recorder" - 3027 - James, youngest s/o late Mr John Simpson, Halifax
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
SIMPSON, James Cleaveland (I31860)
6 "Acadian Recorder" - 3252: 19 Jul 1834 - On 18 July 1834 Mary Isabella, 8 yrs, daughter of Lt Lyster, RA"
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
LYSTER, Mary Isabella (I11308)
7 "Anna and her sister, Mildred Eloise, eloped and married on the same day, September 30, 1897."
[Lindia Kennedy - November 12, 2010] 
TABER, Anna Malinda (I2188)
8 "Aunt Dot" [Moses.ged] CLEVELAND, Bernice (I20791)
9 "Bachelor of Oxford"
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
ROACH, Robert (I10322)
10 "Ella" or "Ellen"? CORNELL, Ella Marlette (I5254)
11 "Fern" or "Thelma" or "Lem". CORNELL, Thelma Fern (I2262)
12 "Halifax Citizen", Saturday, 16 Sep 1865: "At Southsea, England, on 25th uit, the wife of Rev George W Sprott, Colonial Chaplain, Ceylon, of a daughter.
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
SPROTT, Mabel Vivian (I14956)
13 "Halifax Citizen", Thursday, November 19, 1863 - "On Wednesday evening, after a short illness, Eliza, wife of William M Allan Esq, in the 66th yearof her age".

License & Bond taken - 7 Oct 1822. "daughter of late Robert Hill"
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
HILL, Eliza (I18082)
14 "Halifax Journal" - Ref: 1447 - Year 1831 - "Died Oct 5th, Ann, 47 yrs, wife of Mr William Cleaveland (Cleveland)".
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
MALLARD, Ann Elizabeth (I4967)
15 "He had a wonder top tenor voice as a high school student (we went to Plano High). He was employed for many years as a Certified Nursing Assistant by Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago."
[Kristy Lawrie Gravlin - July 2015]

Richard L. Titzel, Jr., age 71, of Chicago, IL, formerly of Plano, IL passed away on Tuesday, October 5, 2010 at his home. He was born on January 24, 1939 in Sandwich, IL the son of Richard and Florence (Kilts) Titzel, Sr.

Mr. Titzel was a longtime member of the United Methodist Church of Plano in Plano, IL. Richard was employed, for many years, as a Certified Nursing Assistant by Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, IL until his retirement. He was a graduate of the Plano schools. Richard attended Northern Illinois University and the American Conservatory of Music. He was also a board member of the Fowler Grove Cemetery in Little Rock, IL. Richard was a loving son and cousin who will be deeply missed by his family and friends.

He is survived by his cousins, --- .

He was preceded in death by his parents, Richard L. and Florence Titzel, Sr.

Funeral Services will be held at 1:00 PM on Thursday, October 14, 2010 at the Larson-Nelson Funeral Home, 1010 W. South St., Plano, IL with Rev. Christina Vosteen, officiating. Interment will follow in the Fowler Grove Cemetery in Little Rock, IL. Friends may visit from 11:00 AM until the Hour of Service on Thursday, October 14, 2010 at the Larson-Nelson Funeral Home, Plano, IL.
[The Beacon News (Aurora, IL) - October 12, 2010] 
TITZEL, Richard L Jr. (I7086)
16 "Land bought from James G. Barnard by William P. Virgil, February 28th 1914, price $2,100.00 lot no. (7). Recorded March 24th 1914. Inherited by James O. Virgil, sold to George W. house and land on west of Virgil Road. Land north of original first piece of Virgil property bought in 1835. Sold to John S. Virgil. Recorded March 24, 1914, book 412 page 301.
[Leta M. Wilds Virgil - Ancestry Tree - Nez Garrett]

James O. Virgil, 83 of Academy St., Fabius, September 27, 1969. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Leta Wilds Virgil; four sons, John S., Frederick W., and James E. all of Fabius and George W. Virgil, Chittenango; three daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Garrett, Needham, Mass., Mrs. Lewis Holmes Sr., Delphi, Mrs.William E. Sipfle, Fabius; one brother, Grant Virgil, Syracuse; thirty grand-children; thirteen great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Funeral service Monday 11 AM Newell, Norris & Leonard Funeral Home, 2503 S. Salina St., Syracuse. Burial Fabius Evergreen Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM.
[Syracuse Herald-Journal - September 27, 1969] 
VIRGIL, James Orsemus (I9430)
17 "Mattie Vina Taber married Ernest F. Lauer and lived in the Rose City area for most of their lives. They had 4 children, my mother Ella Fern Lauer was the oldest sibling. Ella Fern married Phillip M. Jacobson and lived in the Bay City, MI area for most of their married lives. I am the second child from that union."
[Linda Kennedy - November 7, 2010]

"Mattie was a small woman and wore size 3 ladies shoe."
[Linda Kennedy - November 12, 2010]

Woman Fatally Stricken in Bank
Mrs. Mattie V. Lauer
Dies of Heart Attack

Mrs. Mattie V. Lauer, 59, of Garfield Road, Auburn, dropped dead of a heart ailment in the lobby of Peoples State Savings Bank at Auburn at 10:45 o'clock this morning.

The victim, wife of Ernest Laue, Austin Construction Co. worker at Midland, was removed to the Taylor funeral home where coroner W.A. Trahan certified the death resulted from a heart attack.

The body is to be removed to the Doll Funeral Home at Rose City. The Lauers moved to Auburn from Rose City last June.
[Bay City Times - Courtesy of Linda Kennedy - November 7, 2010] 
TABER, Mattie Vine (I4989)
18 "Mildred and her sister, Anna Malinda, eloped and married on the same day, September 30, 1897."
[Lindia Kennedy - November 12, 2010] 
TABER, Mildred Eloise (I9818)
19 "Oneida, Sept 25 - After being turned down three times in their efforts to get a marriage license, Emory Hodge, 65, and Ada Johnson, 16, went to Great Bend, Pa., yesterday and were married there ..."
[Daily Sentinel (Rome, NY) - September 25, 1930 - Page 9, Column 6]

"Oneida, Oct. 1 - After a delay of over a week, the bank account of Emory Hodge, 65-year-old horseradish king and bridegroom, was unscrambled by County Judge Albert E. Campbell, and Emory is now at liberty to draw his money.

"His account was legally tied up pending the outcome of incompetency proceeding instituted by a daughter on Sept. 19. ..."
[Daily Sentinel (Rome, NY) - October 1, 1930 - Page 4, Column 7]

Emory Hodge, 77, Dies at Hospital
Oneida, Nov. 5. - Death claimed Emory Hodge, 77, Oneida's beloved horseradish king, who gained nation-wide fame a decade ago when he married a 16-year-old girl, Tuesday afternoon in City Hospital where he had been ill for a month. He suffered a heart attack in Farrier Ave., while delivering some of his home-made products.

Hodge lived at 110 N. Main St., with his wife, the former Ada Johnson, and a daughter, Ella Mae. He also is survived by children of his first marriage. They are Curtis Hodge, Oneida; Mrs. Paul Wright, Sherrill and Miss Betty Hodge, Oneida.

He also leaves a sister, Mrs. George Allen, Fulton, and a brother, William Hodge, Eaton.
[Daily Sentinel (Rome, NY) - November 5, 1941 - Page 6, Column 4] 
HODGE, Emory (I1640)
20 "R.S.R. Clayton Died Today" - R.S.R. Clayton, who has been in the teaming business in Coalinga for the past two years, died at the home of his son ,J.R. Clayton, 166 H Street, this morning, at the age of 63 years. The deceased had been in good health until a short time ago, when he was taken ill with pneumonia from the effects of which he passed into the Great Beyond.

R. S. Clayton, as the owner of Fred Grant, the big bay pacer of early California turf days, was one of the best known and highly respected men of the California turf world during his time. The writer well remembers the regard held for the man as a genuine sportsman and the horse, which was always associated with him, as one of the gamest animals alive. Many was the time when Mr. Clayton was importuned to let outsiders get the wrong tip in races, but as he was as square and honest in racing as he was in public and private life, he always went in to win.

He farmed for many years in the Priest Valley, San Benito County, and was well known throughout San Benito and Monterey Counties. The funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, at the residence of his son, J.R. Clayton, at 166 H Street, and the remains will be taken to Priest Valley for interment.

From Baltimore Maryland, family came to California in 1865. From State Library Record, Pioneer Record Oct. 1929, Copied 11/10/1939 "Randolph and Sarah were married July 1869 at Mountain View, California. Lived in Santa Clara County, moved to Priest Valley in 1871 to the A.J. Meyers Ranch. Sarah died May 10, 1941. She and Randolph are buried on the Ranch at Priest Valley with other children.

CLAYTON FAMILY REUNION AND DEDICATION -- May 31, 1975 On Saturday the 31st of May, the entire or almost complete Clayton family and their clan gathered at the family site in Priest Valley for a reunion picnic and re-dedicate the newly fenced and plaque recently made in Fresno by John O'Leary for the Randolph Susannah Ridgley Clayton cemetery which was originally located in 1871. Those who gathered at the home of Mrs. Marjorie Kemp Folks Teeters for the reunion where: Mr. and Mrs. John O'Leary, Mr. and Mrs. Russ O'Leary and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Monty Reedy, Monty Jr., Miss Susan Furman, Ricky Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Richardson and family, Ed Clayton, Hilda Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Burman, Mr. and Mrs. George Kemp, Miss Kathleen Kemp, Mr. and Mrs, Bertram Snapp, Mrs. Betty White, Mr, and Mrs, Tim Pyzer and son, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beatty, Mr. and Mrs. George Folks, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carrera, William E. Clayton, Jr., Wilma Abbot, Mr. Don Morrow , Jim and Sugar Rickien, Mrs. Margorie Teeters, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Loftis and son, Mrs. Alice Merhens, Mrs. Joyce Merhens and children, Mrs. Edith Breeman, Ivy and Bill Morrow, Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton B. Shaffer, Mrs. Phyllis H. Saavedra, Richard Saavedra, Alice Ann Rogers and Mark Rogers, Mr. and Mrs, Don Bernado,Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Luhdorff, Jr., Melva Clayton Smith, L.R. Clayton, W.E. Clayton III, Wendy Clayton, Lori Clayton, Iva Morrow Phillips, Lloyd Rich Smith and family, Don Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Loftis and son, Mrs. Georgie Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Folks and family. A great time was had by all.

The Census, Page 168, in Fremont Twp., Alameda Co., California dated 07/09/1870, showed Randolph, age 22yr, Sarah 18yr , Occup. Farmer.

The Family cemetery is located in San Benito Co., between 12 0.8" W, and 120.7" W and just north of 36.2 "N.

I had an e-mail from a Neil Clayton (harvey4@earthlink.net) for Claytons from Plymouth, England, UK and his research on Clayton surname and found name means "Mortal Man" in Cornish and derives from one Arnold Clayton who ran a religious sect that among other things believed in polygamy.
[Source unknown] 
CLAYTON, Randolph Susanna Reggely (I5682)
21 "to Mrs J R (James Richardson) FORMAN, a son, (named Robert Hall - TMP)."
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
FORMAN, Robert Hill (Hall) (I3839)
22 "Wealthie" or "Wealthy"? CORNELL, Wealthy (I5648)
23 "Weekley Chronicle" Ref 1115 - Year 1810 - "Died March 20th, Mrs Margaret, 36 yrs, wife of Mr John Cleveland".

By Licence & Bond - 23 June 1802. Thomas Bennett signed Bond & thought to be Margaret's Father.
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
BENNETT, Margaret (I25821)
24 "Went to Florida." [Moses.ged] CLEVELAND, Solomon (I11996)
25 "Widow of George Ferguson, daughter of Charles J HILL, Halifax".
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
HERBERT, Arthur James (I27643)
26 "Widow of Mr William Bremner of Halifax."
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
CLEVELAND, Dorcas Melinda (I31040)
27 "wife of Edward D Meynell, Halifax, youngest daughter of John Liddell"

Alternate date fo death: January 1, 1853.
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006]

The 3-volume Cleveland genealogy has her married to M. J. MEYNELL
[S. Griffiths - December 2008] 
LIDDELL, Eleanor Dempster (I14019)
28 #1762 was a son, lived in Wickford, ship builder. #1763 was a son, lived in Wickford, ship builder. #1764 was a daughter, marrid Unknown Matherson,lived West Greewich, Kent, Rhode Island. A daughter was living in 1877.
CLEVELAND, Catherine (I19423)
29 (Married X 4?) Co-executor of Thomas Roach's will with Charles F Allison.
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
ROACH, Edward (I4460)
30 ... The father purchased land which his sons cultivated, while he followed the blacksmith’s trade. During the Civil war he served at the front fora year as a member of an Illinois volunteer regiment. He passed away on the 6th of December, 1901, but is survived by his widow, who makes her homeat Wiota, Cass county.
["History of Adair County Iowa and its People," Volume II. (Chicago, The Pioneer Publishing Company) 1915 - Posted at IAgenWeb (Adair county) By:Norma Nielson - Date: July 15, 2004] 
RICE, Willber Fisk (I18261)
31 .......THE LATE MRS. WILLIAM WARD.........
Funeral services will be held over the remains of Mrs. Julia Griswold Tyng Ward at the Church of the Holy Trinity, in Madison Avenue, this morning. Mrs. Ward was the wife of William Ward, a banker and broker of this City, and daughter of the Rev. Stephen H. Tyng, D. D., by his first wife, who was the daughter of Protestant Episcopal Bishop Griswold, of Massachusetts.

She was a sister of the Rev. Dudley Tyng, who was accidentally killed in Philadelphia a few years ago, and was a half-sister of the Rev. Stephen H. Tyng, Jr. This is the third death that has occurred in the family of Dr. Tyng the elder within two weeks, the first death being that of his sister, Mrs. Marquand, of Boston; the second of his son-in-law, the Rev. Mr. Homans, of Long Island, and the last of this daughter.

For seven years prior to her death Mrs. Ward had been confined to her bed by paralysis of the spine, and for the last four years she had been unable to change her position without assistance. Though suffering severe pain during the greater portion of this time, she always maintained a cheerful disposition, and from her extensive reading and remarkable conversational powers, was able to afford constant entertainment to her own household, as well as to the many friends and acquaintances who visited her. She kept herself well posted in current literature of all kinds, and scarcely a work of fiction by any important author was issued from the press that she did not read. On the morning before her death she began reading a new book, and only five minutes before she died she replied in answer to a question from one of her attendants, that she felt comfortable. When not engaged in reading or conversation, she spent her time in corresponding with her friends or in writing articles for newspapers and magazines.

Mrs. Ward was the mother of two boys, one of whom is a practicing lawyer in Colorado and the other is engaged in business with his father in Broad Street. She will be buried in the churchyard connected with St. Paul's Church in East Chester, which has been the burial place of her husband's ancestors for the last 200 years.
[New York Times, August 11, 1882] 
TYNG, Julia Griswold (I9626)
32 // by Rev Thomas Skinner GATES, Susanna (I8369)
33 0 yrs. David and Philip were twins.
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
MITCHELL, Philip (I27727)
34 0 yrs. David and Philip were twins.
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
MITCHELL, David (I28259)
35 1 FEB 1699/1700, 42, 20, 13, 71, 12, 33, 1 WOODWARD, Mary (I25419)
36 1 FEB 1737/1738, W71.032778, N41.766667, 41, 46, 71, 1, 58, 1 Family F388
37 1 FEB 1741/1742, 42, 18, 71, 48, 1 WARD, Gershom (I9736)
38 1 JAN 1700/1701, W71.152222, N42.479167, 42, 28, 45, 71, 9, 8, 1 Family F3739
39 1 JAN 1711/1712, W71.089722, N41.900000, 41, 54, 71, 5, 23, 1 Family F659
40 1 JAN 1721/1722 Family F2119
41 1 JAN 1739/1740 Family F1443
42 1 JAN 1740/1741, 41, 41, 54, 71, 58, 15, 1 CLEVELAND, Moses (I22484)
43 1 MAR 1690/1691 HENSHAW, Ebenezer (I8298)
44 1 MAR 1694/1695 HENSHAW, Josiah (I11312)
45 1 MAR 1722/1723, 42, 40, 45, 70, 50, 28, 1 DODGE, Mary (I23276)
46 1 MAR 1740/1741, 42, 25, 6, 71, 6, 22, 1 CLEVELAND, Susanna (I23818)
47 1 MAR 1743/1744, 41, 41, 54, 71, 58, 15, 1 BRADFORD, Mary (I14587)
48 1 MAR 1743/1744, 41, 41, 54, 71, 58, 15, 1 BRADFORD, Mary Cleveland (I26736)
49 1 MAR 1744/1745, 41, 41, 54, 71, 58, 15, 1 BUTTS, John (I13286)
50 10 FEB 1694/1695, 42, 35, 59, 71, 22, 4, 1 KEYES, Joanna (I21183)

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