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101 Aaron Crane dwelt successfully Elizabethtown, Kingston, Rondout, Ulster, New York to 1837, and Elizabethtown again, where he owned land at West Elizabeth, his homestead fronting Clinton St. Mason and builder. He and his 2nd wife are buried in First Presbyterian church cemetery, Elizabeth; his 1st wife buried at Kingston.
CRANE, Aaron (I3070)
102 Aaron E. Cleveland was a civil was soldier. He married Jane Belding of Hebrew Wisc. They called her aunt Jenny -- she was crippled. Two of her children, Elva and Perry, were also crippled with bowed legs, Roy and Sydney were ok. Hazel Cleveland, Roy's wife, took care of all the cripples till they died. She had a terrible life.
[John Warmouth, July 19, 2010]

Mrs. Jane Cleveland Passes at Age of 97 Years

Madison county's oldest living resident, Mrs. Jane E. Cleveland of Douglas township, died last Friday at the home of her son, Roy Cleveland, with whom she had lived in recent years. Had she lived until the sixteenth of next month, Mrs. Cleveland would have been 98 years of age.

Mrs. Cleveland was a native of New York state, where she was born on March 16, 1840. She was the widow of the late Aaron Cleveland of this county.

Funeral services were held Sunday from the Ramsey-Richards funeral home in Winterset, in charge of the Rev. Reed Kessler of the Worthington church.Burial was made in the U. B. cemetery.
[Winterset Madisonian, February 22, 1939 ] 
BURDICK, Jane Elizabeth (I15617)
103 Aaron Porter Cleveland was reared on the Oblong, now Amenia, New York.

His descendants state that he was a colnel or Lt. Col. in the American army in the Revolution and was wounded but never pensioned.

He left New York state quite young and settled first at Sharon Meeting House, now Delaware City, New Castle, Delaware and that his son, Horatio J., was born near Harper's Ferry while he was moving to what is now Deposit, Delaware (Broome?) New York.

Either in March 1791 or March 1792, he mysteriously disappeared. According to varying traditions he "went to Deposit village to get a wheel” or “had finished a large building, was paid in Continental money and went to the bank to get it cashed, and that as the last ever heard of him, supposed he was murdered for his money”. A later tradition states that he “enlisted and went to Gibralter.” Another that “he was a soldier, taken prisoner, and killed,” or “went to sea”.

Col in AmRevolution--never pensioned.
[Leonard Parren - September 14, 2002] 
CLEVELAND, Aaron Porter (I677)
104 Aaron Porter Cleveland went from Norwich to Boston at age 14, 1796, engaged as bookkeeper of Salisbury & Co. importers and jobbers of hardware. Hemarried Salisbury's daughter and became partner in the house under the style of Salisbury (Samuel) & Cleveland. Some few years before war of 1812he dissolved with Salisbury and engaged in importation of west of England broadcloths and Irish linens until 1837, when he retired on account ofimpaired health. He lived on Milk St. near Olive St. He is buried in the Stone Chapel cemetary.
CLEVELAND, Aaron Porter (I2258)
105 Aaron Schulyer Cleveland lived in Dalton, Busti, and Pine Grove to 1848, Streetsboro, Franklin, Akron, and Middlebury, Ohio, went 1849, with oxteam, by land to Houtown, Shasta, California, was successful, returned 1850, settled at Elkader, had farm there;another trip to California 1852,and 2 more trips afterward; lived at Volga City 1881, finally at Lakeville; brick maker and miner.
CLEVELAND, Aaron Schuyler (I9125)
106 Abel Cleveland dwelt first at Groveland, near Genesee, New York; removed, Oct. 1836, to Michigan.
CLEVELAND, Abel (I3164)
107 Abel Cleveland went from West Greenwich, Rhode Island to Shaftsbury, 1775, thence to Salem, New York, 1777, settled Northern part of Salem, on a farm belonging to himself and his brother Job William, they living together in a log house.

In 1780 he went on his part of the divided farm and built a log house, afterwards erected a commodious farm dwelling and lived there to 1811, when he removed about 3 miles south of Salem, on a farm in Jackson, New York.

Abel Cleveland and David Dickerson were among the first settlers in 1802 of Hanover, Chautauqua, New York, and in 1804 Abel Cleveland and David Dickerson built the first saw-mill, and in 1806 the first grist-mill at Silver Creek.
CLEVELAND, Abel (I3938)
108 Abigail Cleveland was of a most amiable disposition and a thrifty housewife. Her love of music was intense, and her voice was remarkable for its sweetness, power, and compass. She was very kind to her aged parents, watched over and nursed them most tenderly and untiringly in their declining years.
CLEVELAND, Abigail (I2182)
109 Abisha Sampson Cleveland lived at Edgartown; builder and joiner.
CLEVELAND, Abisha Sampson (I831)
110 Abner F. BACON enlisted as a Private in Company B, Connecticut 18th Infantry Regiment on August 18, 1862. Mustered out on May 20, 1865.
[U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles] 
BACON, Abner Fitch (I24758)
111 Abode from 1857, Milan, Ohio, where he was pricipal of different schools; afterwards a druggist; dwelt later at Centralia, Marion, Illinois,pharmacist there.
PERSING, Henry William (I11010)
112 Abode Underhill, Vermont 1806, always after at Poultney.
WARD, Lorenzo (I2024)
113 About 1866, resided in Oswego, New York, USA.
[Leonard Parren - September 14, 2002] 
WOOD, Ann (I12139)
114 About 1919 he remarried; Macie Millicent BURNS (1886-1985).
[Ancestry File, Cathy Tipton, compiler, McCann Family of Lowell MA Roots and Branches] 
DRAKE, Francis Homer (I20350)
115 About 1926 he married Phebe M. THUMSER (1905-1976). Children: Albert A. (1925 - 2005), Lloyd L. (1928-2010), Laurence (1932,1933), Herbert R. (1935- 1990).

The SSDI has his date of birth as December 16, 1888. Draft registration records have his date of birth as December 16, 1890.
[S. Griffiths - January 2015) 
VAN ALSTINE, William Henry (I30651)
116 About 1942 - 1945, attended nursing school at the Sister's of Providence Nursing School, Seattle, WA. WWII WAC.

About 1968, worked for Todd Ship Yards, Seattle, as an industrial artist. Devoted personal time to oil painting and clay sculptury.

After the death of her husband William Benjamin, she traveled the world, inclucing: Hong Kong, Finland, England, Australia.
[Source unknown]

Birthplace recorded as 2318 N 55th St (the family residence).
[Leonard Parren - September 14, 2002] 
BALLARD, Helen Louise (I12134)
117 According to a document found among the effects of May (Rosecrans) Ashley who was the youngest child in the William H. Rosecrans family.

The author was Orin L. Moore of Redding , CA, a long-time friend of Myrtle's. Mr. Moore described the document in a Sept. 20, 1985 letter written to May Ashley concerning Myrtle's death: "Also am enclosing a copy of something I wrote up to be read at her 100th birthday party where she was Queen for a day. I probably goofed in my facts here and there, but tried to put it down just as she had mentioned these things at various times."

Transcribed July 13, 1999 by Jerome L. Ashley, son of Della May Ashley.


Myrtle was born June 22nd, 1885 at Eldora, Hardin County, Iowa to William Henry and Jennie Rosecrans who were both natives of Iowa. She was next to the eldest of 8 children with 2 sisters and 5 brothers. At the age of 3 her parents moved from Iowa by covered wagon to Lexington, Nebraska and later to Elwood, Gosper County, Nebraska where they settled permanently.

In her early years Myrtle was raised in what was known as a "sod" house. People now use wood products, bricks or stone to build their homes, but the early day pioneers necessarily used what was available which was the open prairie to cover their basic needs including food and shelter. A wooden floor was considered to be a luxury at that time. However, these "sod" houses were remarkably comfortable much like the adobe shelters built by the Spanish in early California.

Myrtle recalls when she was young that her father often joined with his neighbors to hunt wolves in order to try to protect their livestock. While this is difficult to imagine in this day and age, wolves were a major problem affecting their food supplies and Myrtle was warned not to stray far from the house because of this ever-present danger.

Later in life Myrtle left home when she married a railroad conductor, Ed Roberts, moving to Harvey, North Dakota where they had 6 children, 4 boys and 2 girls of whom only 2 are still living. Her last son Glen who lives in New Jersey is in poor health and the surviving daughter takes care of her invalid husband so neither are able to attend this occasion. During the depression, Myrtle moved to Stockton, Calif. with her youngest three children to support by herself. After World War 2 she married James Bingham, a construction worker. They purchased a trailer court in Marysville which they operated for many years until her husband passed away.

During her lifetime, Myrtle has seen the advent of electric lights, telephones, radio, Television, automobiles, airplanes and space rockets as well as 5 wars. Living through an era of hard times and much hardship Myrtle still retains a lively sense of humor as well as an unwavering faith in God and her church. She has been a member of the 7th Day Adventist church most of her life, being baptized by pastor Liebelt's father in the Platte river many years ago.

The writer visited her former home in Nebraska approximately 20 years ago. It immediately brought to mind the site of "Tara" as described in Margaret Mitchell's classic epic "Gone with the Wind." All that remained was a large fireplace and many concrete walkways still in good condition adjoining the house. The large 2-story frame house with its portico upheld by colonnades was gone, but there were yet many tall trees, the remnants of a well-cared for yard and a running stream of water encircling the house on 3 sides. Myrtle tells me this was called Plum creek and flowed the year around.

It was not difficult to imagine the house still standing with children in their old-fashioned clothes running and playing in the yard. Now all these people are gone with the exception of Myrtle, and there is only an all-pervading silence over this once beautiful home site to mark the passing of a nearly forgotten era of our history.
[Courtesy of Jerry Ashley] 
ROSECRANS, Myrtle Adra (I20562)
118 According to a family bible, Elvin is the son of Ziba T. Carleton born December 10, 1830, died February 16, 1885 and Susan M. Barton born September 16, 1834, died January 15, 1888. Ziba was the son of Alason Carleton born October 1803 and Cena Tucker born September 28, 1804, died February 3,1879.
[Melissa Frisbee - July 29, 2012] 
CARLTON, Elvin A (I14728)
119 According to a family bible, Herbert E. CARD served in the Army. His original unit assignment was the 79th F.A.Battalion. He entered the serviceApril 7, 1941 in Syracuse NY and was discharged November 1945 at Ft. Dix NJ.

HIs post camp was Camp Blanding Fl. From Jan 1942-July 1944 he was at Camp Shelby, Miss and Fort Sill, Okla. His foreign service port ofembarkation was Mass. July 3, 1944 and his port of debarkation was England July 12, 1944. Battles engaged in includedArdennes, Central Europe andNorth France, Rhineland 1944 & 1945.
[Melissa Frisbee - July 29, 2012]

EDMESTON -- Herb Card of Edmeston went home to the Lord on Sunday, Sept. 19, 2004.

He was born April 5, 1919, in New Lisbon, the son of Rene and Catherine (Carlton) Card.

Herb was a member of the Second Baptist Church, Edmeston, where he also had previously served as Deacon.

During World War II he served in the 179th Artillery under the command of General Patton.

Herb was a participant in life, serving his community as a 4-H leader, as a mason in the Phoebus Lodge No. 82 and the Trinity Eastern Star in NewBerlin, the Wharton Valley American Legion Post No. 1311, and the Edmeston Grange No. 991. He retired from Kraft Foods in New Berlin more than 30years ago.

Traditionally, Herb provided cut flowers from his garden each Sunday to the Second Baptist Church. He also enlisted the help of his grandchildrento aid him in the tending of his and his wife, Rena's garden, planting hundreds of gladiolas.

Herb is survived by his daughters-in-law, Linda Price and Carol Lawrence; his grandchildren, Regina Card, Fawn Mumbulo, Melissa Frisbee and ChadCard; six great-grandchildren; his brother and spouse, Warren and Myrtle Card; his uncle, Vivian Card; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

His wife, Rena Card; his son, Ernest Card; and his special friend, Theda Gibson, predeceased him.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, Sept. 27, 2004, at the Second Baptist Church, with the Rev. Jay Noll officiating. Herb's familywill be receiving friends from 10 until 11 a.m. prior to the service.

Donations may be made in Herb's memory to the Second Baptist Church or the Phoebus Lodge No. 82.

Arrangements are by Houk-Johnston-Terry Funeral Home, Edmeston.
[Paper Unknown - Date Unknown] 
CARD, Herbert Elvin (I12475)
120 According to a family bible, Job Card is the son of Jonathan Card 3rd born April 12, 1799, died March 11, 1890 and Polly Osgood born October 1803.
[Melissa Frisbee - July 29, 2012] 
CARD, Job (I14724)
121 According to a letter received from Esther Ruth Carol Clayton Kelley, Nellie Donnelly was orphaned by the loss of her parents and was raised in aconvent. According to the Family Tree data from Esther, Nellie was born in Port Jervis, New York. Esther didnot give a convent name.
[Source unknown] 
DONNELLY, Nellie Cecilia (I11904)
122 According to info from Karen Schwartz Adams, Walter Clayton ran away from home when young, signed on a ship and went to China. He also was a Unionleader in a Railroad Union.

Barbara Rongey Gilkerson stated that Walter met Olive Jo Anne in Seattle, WA, he was a butler for the Boeing Family there and Jo Anne was theirmaid. They moved to Sacramento, CA and he was employed by the Southern Pacific Railroad as a Brakeman and Conductor and later for the SacramentoNorthern Railroad and Jo Anne was employed by the Agriculture Dept.
[Source unknown] 
BUTTERFIELD, Walter Clayton (I11897)
123 According to other accounts she married Elisha Fuller. [Moses.ged] CLEVELAND, Anna (I4155)
124 According to personal information related to Jerome [Jerry] Ashley by May Rosecrans Ashley and other sources:
- Her ancestry was "Yankee Dutch".
- Leif Erickson, believed to be the first European to set foot on the continent of North America, my have been in the family lineage.
- Family may be related to President Grover Cleveland.
- Her childhood pet raccoon tore up the family Bible.
- Graduated, Senior Class, Elwood High School, Elwood, Nebraska, May 14, 1924
- Teacher in a one room school (probably Elwood, NE) ca. 1925
- She often spoke of her family's farm in Gosper Co., NE; of how there was a horseshoe bend in the creek the ran around the house. She had a tree-swing that swung out over the creek.
- Of that family home, a friend of her sister Myrtle writes: "The writer visited her [Myrtle's] former home in Nebraska approximately 20 years ago. It immediately brought to mind the site of "Tara" as described in Margaret Mitchell's classic epic "Gone with the Wind." All that remained was a large fireplace and many concrete walkways still in good condition adjoining the house. The large 2-story frame house with its portico upheld by colonnades was gone, but there were yet many tall trees, the remnants of a well-cared for yard and a running stream of water encircling the house on3 sides. Myrtle tells me this was called Plum creek and flowed the year around. It was not difficult to imagine the house still standing with children in their old-fashioned clothes running and playing in the yard. Now all these people are gone with the exception of Myrtle, and there is only an all-pervading silence over this once beautiful home site to mark the passing of a nearly forgotten era of our history."

Occupational History:
- Teacher in a one room school (probably Elwood, NE) ca. 1925
- Assistant manager for "The Seville" an 18 unit apartment house at 1743 Franklin St., Denver, CO (abt 1938-1948)
- Worked at the Singer Sewing Machine Center, Denver, CO, manufacturing dress forms.
- Employed with several professional child-care, baby-sitter agencies.
[Courtesy of Jerry Ashley] 
ROSECRANS, Della May (I20568)
125 Ada M. Shaw Richardson Smart, age 86, of Golden Valley, MN and formerly of Grand Meadow, MN died Tuesday June 16 , 1998, at the Crystal Lake Centerin Robbinsdale, MN.

Ada was born April 3, 1912, in Keokuck Co., IA to Fred and Jennie Shaw. Most of her young life was lived in Iowa. At the age of 19 she moved toGrand Meadow where she met and later married Hervey Richardson. After her family was raised Ada moved to Golden Valley, MN. She later met andmarried Damon Smart. While in Golden Valley she worked at Medicine Lake Mission Farms for the elderly and handicapped people. After her retirementshe did volunteer work with handicapped Children.

Ada loved making quilts, crafts of all kinds and crocheting Afghans. Her hands were always busy. She always enjoyed the little ones, when therewas a new baby in the family she could hardly wait to come down so she could hold and love them.

Ada is survived by 2 sons and daughter in laws, Laverne and Rona Richardson of Faribault, MN Donald and Gloria Richardson of Brownsdale, MN 2daughters and son-in-laws, Norma Jean and Kenneth Fretty, and Darlene and Dick Steinhorst of Grand meadow, one daughter in law Mavis Richardson ofAustin, 19 Grandchildren, 36 great grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren and 6 step great-grandchildren. One brother Lawrence Shaw ofStewartville and one sister Maxine of Ladysmith, WI and a special friend of 15 years Archie Lene.

She was preceded in death by her parents, two husbands, one son Fred who died March 18, 1998, 3 sisters and two brothers. She will be sadly missedby her family.
[Paper Unknown - Date Unknown - Courtesy of VPaul] 
SHAW, Ada Melissa (I29081)
126 Adams Family records birth as February 21, 1776.
1850 Norwich CT Census records age as 54, making birth year 1796, which seems more likely.
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Reuben Pascal SAFFORD Sex: M
Event(s): Birth: 28 Dec 1838 Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut
Parents: Father: Reuben SAFFORD Mother: Mary ADAMS
Reuben SAFFORD Sex: M
Event(s): Birth: 21 Feb 1796 Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut
Parents: Father: Ephriam SAFFORD Mother:
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Ephraim SAFFORD Sex: M
Event(s): Birth: 9 May 1769 Canterbury Twp, Windham, Connecticut
Parents: Father: Joseph SAFFORD Mother: Lydia
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Ephraim SAFFORD Sex: M
Event(s): Birth: 9 May 1769 Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut
Parents: Father: Joseph SAFFORD Mother: Lydia ENSWORTH
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Ephriam SAFFORD Sex: M
Event(s): Birth: Abt. 1767 Norwich, New London, Connecticut
Parents: Father: Josiah SAFFORD Mother: Deborah SPRAGUE
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Ephraim SAFFORD Sex: M
Event(s): Birth: 23 Mar 1790 Hamilton, Essex, Massachusetts
Parents: Father: Samuel SAFFORD Mother: Priscilla
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SAFFORD, Reuben (I11734)
127 Address Mrs. Fleurot, % Mrs. William Ellis, Shawsville, Montgomery, Virginia.
SPENCER, Fanny A. (I9604)
128 Adin Cleveland dwelt at Medfield, Massachusetts to 1821, and always after at Oxford, Maine. Farmer. Adin and his wife are buried at EastOtisfield.
CLEVELAND, Adin (I4051)
129 Administation granted S. Merchant. Heirs: mother, Mary Cleveland; brothers, Joseph, Ebenezer; sisters Miriam and Patience. [Moses.ged] CLEVELAND, Seth (I536)
130 Administration was granted on the estate of Abigail to Lieut. John Adams of Canterbury, Jan. 7, 1783; a distribution was made Feb. 19, as follows:To Benjamin Brown, eldest son, one-eleventh part; to John Cleveland, 2nd son, one-eleventh part; to John Adams, 3d son, one eleventh; to CorneliusAdams, 4th son, one eleventh; to Ebenezer Adams, 5th son, one-eleventh; to Samuel, youngest son, one-eleventh; then to Lois Adams, eldest dau., toMary Parker, wife of Joshua Parker, 2nd dau., to Lydia Wheeler, wife ofJohn Wheeler, 3d dau., to Abigail Cleveland, wife of John Cleveland, 4thdau., and to Ruth Adams, youngest dau., each one eleventh part
CLEVELAND, Abigail (I3849)
131 Admiral Edmund HEATHCOTE R.N.

Married by Rev F Wells.

Died at 67 yrs, 3mths short of 68th birthday. St Caths Dec 1881 - 2b 387 - New Forest. Edmund left an estate of 1154 pounds.
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
HEATHCOTE, Edmund (I16738)
132 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MATHEWSON, A.M. (I82457184)
133 Adoniram Judson Cleveland served in the late war, fought at Pea Ridge, and was in the U.S. Commissary Dept. in Tennessee; resided at Northumberland, New Hampshire, "Red Lion Inn" Denver 1880-3; Leadville, Colorado 1883; Oakland, California, 1885; Denver 1885-6; engineer, master mechanic, D.U. & P. R.R., about starting a cattle ranch at Lake Shetek, Minnesota. Of Thermalite, near Oroville, Butte, California, 1892.
CLEVELAND, Adoniram Judson (I10271)
134 Adopted (1930 census). Known as Jack.
[S. Griffiths - July 2019]

Harold Neil "Jack" Spencer, 78, of St. Albans, died Dec. 21, 2003, at CAMC General Division of a short illness.

He was a retired glass cutter at Libby Owens Ford Glass Co. He honorably served in the U.S. Navy during World War II.

He was predeceased by his parents, Harold and Blanche Spencer, and his first wife, Hattie Imogene Spencer.

Surviving are his wife, Mary Kathryn Spencer; children, --- ; step-children, Kathryn Cunningham of Winfield, W.Va., Brenda Akers of St. Albans, Guy Pointer Jr. of Sanford, N.C., Steven Pointer of Sanford; grandchildren, Gloria Lopez, Neil Spencer, Ben Spencer, Logan Hoffman, Damon Hoffman; step-grandchildren, Melissa Lovejoy, Matthew Lovejoy, Bobby and Kevin Cunningham, Brent Garrett, Trey Pointer, Dakota Pointer, and Kevin Bailey; four great-grandchildren; two step-great-grandchildren.

Funeral service will be 11 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2003, at Good Shepherd Mortuary with Pastor Terry Houge officiating. Burial will be in Cunningham Memorial Park, St. Albans.

Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Good Shepherd Mortuary, South Charleston.
[Charleston Daily Mail (WV) - December 23, 2003] 
SPENCER, Harold Neil (I20492)
135 Adopted by Harry WILBUR.
[S. Griffiths - February 2015]

She married J.B. DOTSON, they had a daughter. Second marriage to Richard Clivton BYERS.
[Lennie Friel - July 11, 2005] 
SAWYER, Agnes Marie (I30684)
136 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SAWYER, N.M. (I30683)
137 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CLEVELAND, D.M. (I27015)
138 Adopted daughter of George and Betsey (Cleveland) HAWKINS.
[Genealogy of the Cleveland and Cleaveland Families, Volume 1, Page 923]

Husband is son of mother's brother Ezekiel Cleveland and Martha WAITE.
[Leonard Parren - September 14, 2002] 
HAWKINS, Margaret Levins (I11915)
139 Adopted daughter of James & Hannah MATATALL.
[S. Griffiths - February 2017] 
MARTHER, Florence (I16270)
140 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HILL, G. (I89186549)
141 Adopted son of Frank & Florence LEMMON.
[See obituary for Frank S. LEMMON] 
LEMMON, Glen Benjamin (I16015)
142 Adopted. Ashes Scattered.
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
MCPHERSON, Kathleen (I17046)
143 After divorcing in 1945, John & Vida remarried December 18, 1946 in Sebastian County, Arkansas.
[Arkansas, County Marriages Index, 1837-1957]

Mrs. Marie Short, 80 years old, 420 North 15 Street, Fort Smith, Arkansas, died Sunday, November 16, 1975 in a local hospital.

She was a member of the First Baptist Church.

Survivors are three daughters, Evelyn, Genevieva and Enid; a son James; a sister Elsie; a brother, Ole; 11 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.

Funeral service was held on Tuesday at 1 p.m. in Fentress Mortuary Chapel. William Bennett and Norman Ferguson were the officiating ministers.Burial was in Forest Park Cemetery.
[Information was contributed to Find A Grave by Tonia Holleman] 
LOWE, Vida Marie (I20493)
144 After he died she lived Freeman, Franklin, Maine, 1884, no children.
CLEVELAND, Lois (I7057)
145 After her divorce from Fred TEDRICK, she married James Marion BABB (1879-1967).
[S. Griffiths - November 2011] 
SMITH, Flossie (Florence) Bell (I25085)
146 After Peter and Henrietta's marriage, she moved to Perryville, Madison, New York. Henrietta's nephew, Robert C. Griffiths, also moved to Perryville and lived with them.
[S. Griffiths - June 2006] 
SCHULZ, Henrietta Maedaline (I147)
147 After the death of her husband she married Thomas ENTWISTLE. They had a son; Eric R. ENTWISTLE.
[Dale Doggett - December 2008] 
HUDSPETH, Ida (I27212)
148 After the death of his wife he remaried. She is refered to as Mrs. TODD and she had a son named Gordon GEROW. He spent the winters in Lakeland Florida.
[Watertown Daily Times (NY) - May 20, 1971 - Page 3, Column 2] 
LADD, Fred Egbert (I18452)
149 After the death of his wife, Ruby, he married Doris UNKNOWN.
[S. Griffiths - November 2011] 
BELL, Veril Leon (I25124)
150 After the death of Lloyd, she married George B. DUTTON (1947 - 1994).
[S. Griffiths - October 2010] 
UNKNOWN, Mildred E (I22948)

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