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151 After the the death of his wife, Nettie, he remarried. Her name was Rose.
[S. Griffiths - March 2012] 
STEWART, John Edwin (I25988)
152 Age at death: 69 years, 5 months, 27 days. Calculated birthdate: November 31, 1863.
[Washington, Death Certificates, 1907-1960] 
BUTTERFIELD, Walter Duane (I11834)
153 Aged 90 yrs. Married to Stanley WOOD and Brian CONWAY.
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
GRIFFITHS, Linda Jane (I17065)
154 Agnes lived on the Dealtown, Ontario farm and had 4 Children.

Agnes was the youngest of the Moore Children, and lived all her life on the old farm. When she was small she remembered the big frame house being built. She looked after her parents. Thomas Moore died Feb. 1, 1901 and Barbara died Aug 1905 The farm was deeded to Agnes Moore

The source for all of the Moore Family data was from Donna Featherstone, quoting from a letter to Tom Stover from Hazel Agnes Roland

Agnes Moore married James Walter Stover who lived on the 16th concession, about 3 miles from Lake Erie, They were married shortly after her father died in 1901 and she still looked after her mother. They spent their honeymoon in Buffalo, New York, and visited the American Exhibition there. President McKinley had been shot a few days before and the spot was roped off. McKinley died on Sept 14th, 1901 a few days after being mortally wounded and Theodore Roosevelt succeeded him as President of the United States.
[Ancestry File - Don Kiddle] 
MOORE, Agnes (I112)
155 Air Force KELLAMS, Clinton Moore (I24)
156 Albert Allen
Fulton – Albert Allen, 81, of 614 Buffalo St., died Wednesday at his home.

Surviving a his wife, Mrs. Eliza Allen; a daughter, Mrs. Richard Murphy; three grandchildren, two great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Springer funeral home. Rev. Harold Thomas, pastor of State Street Methodist church will officiate. Burial will be in Mount Adrah cemetery.
[Palladium-Times (Oswego NY) – March 25, 1954 – Page 23, Column 5] 
ALLEN, Albert (I23123)
157 Albert Dyer BACON enlisted inCompany G, 1st Regiment, Connecticut Heavy Artillery.
[U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 about Albert Dyer Bacon] 
BACON, Albert Dyer (I24803)
158 Albert Harrison HODGE went by the name of Harrison. He was in and out of jail and prison from the time he was fifteen until his final release from prison at the age of 46. The following his a summary of his crimes:

April 1872 - He entered the residence of N.D. Kiser and stole a watch. Committed to the House of Refuge, a juvenile reformatory, on June 18, 1872. He escaped from the House of Refuge, date unknown. There is no record of his re-capture.

April 1874 - He was re-arrested after an escape from the Canastota jail. He was original arrested for stealing a watch from Mr. Richmond. Failed to obtain bail and was taken to the county jail in Morrisville.

March 1875 - Arrested for breaking into the ticket office of the N.Y.C & H.R. Railroad at Weedsport. When arrested, in addition to a number of weapons, such as knives, slingshot, etc., Hodge had a number of railroad tickets on his person. He had markedthe tickets to represent the agent's stamp and had used some in riding on the cars. He was taken to Weedsport for trial. In April he escaped from the Auburn jail while awaiting the grand jury verdict. There is no record of his re-capture.

August 1879 - Robbed the Herman Eddy's dwelling, near Durhamville, and Lockhart's store at Lenox Basin, the latter place of $150 and the former of male and female wearing apparel, bedding, furs, etc. He was convicted in January 1880 and sentenced to 10years, 6 months. The morning he was sentenced, he was not returned to his cell but taken directly to Auburn State Prison. After he was gone the jailer found, in Hodge's cell, a sling-shot which he undoubtedly intended to use on the officers, if opportunity permitted, and make his escape. He served six years.

February 1887 - Eight month after he was released from prison, he was arrested at Lenox Basin for complicity in burglarizing and attempting to burn a grocery store, the same store that he burglarized in 1879. While awaiting trial he made two keys, one out of a comb and the other out of a soup bone. After the keys were discovered, he was shackled with a chain two feet long to the floor of his cell. After being manacled to the floor he assumed insanity. He picked every hair out of one side of his head. He imitated a man with acute delirium tremors. He got himself into such shape that he could make every nerve in his body twitch, and his tremblings were carried on to such an extent that they continued involuntarily while he slept. In June he was convicted and sentenced to life in prison. At the time a person convicted for a second offense had to be sentenced for the longest term possible for the first offense. The punishment for burglary in the first degree is "not less than ten years" making themaximum life. In December 1904, after eighteen years, he received a pardon from the Governor.

Failed to find him in the 1910 or 1920 census records. He is not mentioned in his brother's, John, obituary, therefore he may have died before 1912.
[S. Griffiths - November 2010] 
HODGE, Albert Harrison (I13496)
159 Albert L TABER probably was born; June 6, 1949
[U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 2] 
TABER, Albert (I24324)
160 Albert R. DAVY enlisted in the U.S. Army on December 22, 1942 in Utica, New York. He was single, without dependents. Occupation: semiskilled miners, and mining-machine operators.
[U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946] 
DAVY, Albert Roy (I24648)
161 Alberta J. BARRIGER probably was born on March 8, 1947.
[U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 2]

Poland - A 19-year-old expectant mother remained in critical condition last night in Herkimer Memorial Hospital for burns suffered Saturday when ajet plane crashed into her mobile home here.

Mrs. James (Alberta Davy) Eaton suffered first and second degree burns of the upper body and extremities when an F-85 Saber jet crashed in the MapleLawn trailer park.
[Utica Daily Press (NY) - October 31, 1966 - Page 19, Column 1] 
DAVY, Alberta (I24661)
162 ALBIA -- Larry Lee Spencer, 70, of Albia, passed away Jan. 28, 2013, at Monroe County Hospital in Albia.

Larry was born Feb. 26, 1942, to William and Merna (Jones) Spencer on the family farm in Albia. He married --- on Oct. 24, 1992, in Maywood Church in Waterloo.

Larry grew up and attended country school in Albia and graduated from Moravia High School. He began work at Chamberlains while also helping farmers in the area. He later started at John Deere in Waterloo and retired after 34 years in 1994. After retirement, he helped read meters for REC, and since 1999, he has caught some of the bait, made jigs and did a lot of work that went unnoticed for Treasure Chest Bait and Tackle Shop in Albia, which he and Sheryl owned and operated.

Larry enjoyed being outdoors, hunting and fishing. He liked talking to people and spending time with his family and friends. He really enjoyed being a grandpa and spending time with his grandkids.

Larry is survived by his wife, --- ; mother, Merna of Albia; eight children, --- ; several grandchildren; great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews; cousins; a brother, --- ; and a sister, --- .

Larry was preceded in death by his father; a son, Joseph Spencer in infancy; and two grandsons, Justin Tackett and Calvin Spencer.

Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. Friday at Tharp Funeral Home in Albia. Burial will be in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in rural Albia.

Visitation will begin at 11 a.m. today at the funeral home, with Larry's family present from 5-8 p.m.

Memorials may be made to Larry's family.
[The Ottumwa Courier (IA) - January 31, 2013] 
SPENCER, Larry Lee (I34002)
163 Albro Cleveland owned his father's homestead, North Kingston, 3 miles from Wickford. Dwelt a time in West Greenwich. In spring of 1818 removed toExeter.
CLEVELAND, Albro (I1710)
164 Alderman St. John 40 years, was appointed Mayor of St. John 1836, 1850-51,
HARDING, Thomas (I9872)
165 Aldridge, Viola, 92, bookkeeper, died Saturday. Graveside service 2 p.m. Wednesday, Memorial Park Cemetery, and memorial service 3 p.m. Wednesday, Ranch Acres Baptist Church. Stanleys.
[Tulsa World (OK) - November 17, 2008] 
LAWSON, Viola M (I53821400)
166 Alernate spelling of surname: RELYEA, RELYIA, RELEYEA.
[S. Griffiths - July 2008] 
RELYEA, Alfred (I15854)
167 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. DAVIS, A.E. (I26156)
168 Alfred L. CUTILLO enlisted in the U.S. Army on July 20, 1942 at Fort Jay Governors Island, New York.
[U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946] 
CUTILLO, Alfred Lewis (I27670)
169 Alfred was a Farmer in Raleigh Twshp. His religion was Anglican.

Died of Consumption According to his death registration he was ill for 15 months before his death.
[Ancestry File - Don Kiddle]

Alternate date of Marriage; March 16, 1860. Alternate date of death; May 20, 1875.
[Ancestry File - Ron Buchanan] 
STOVER, James Alfred (I13073)
170 Alfred was killed in a train Accident -- Involving The Michigan Central RR.
[Ancestry File - Don Kiddle] 
STOVER, Alfred Ernest Lorenzo Albert (I13075)
171 Alice J CORDELL probably was born May 1, 1930.
[U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 2] 
LUCE, Alice J (I24531)
172 Alice was a blue baby, a heart condition, and died 15 months after birth per Echo Beatrice.
[Source unknown] 
BUTTERFIELD, Sarah Alice (I11900)
173 All census records have Bertha listed as a widow. Bertha's mother, Elmira, married Tracy MURDOCK in 1882 and Bertha lived in their household in1900 and 1910.
[S, Griffiths - July 2012] 
CHILDS, Bertha L (I26657)
174 All census records, except for 1930, have her listed as Esther. In 1930 she is listed as Selma E.
[S. Griffiths - June 2012]

A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 11, 1998, in Village Retirement Center in Gresham for Esther Cleveland, who died Aug. 7 at age 97.

A graveside service will be at 2 p.m. in Dallas Cemetery in Dallas.

Miss Cleveland was born March 2, 1901, in Baker City. She lived in Salem before moving to Dallas in 1929. She earned a bachelor's degree fromOregon College of Education and a master's from Oregon State College. She taught briefly in Astoria, then in Dallas for 48 years, retiring in 1977.She then moved to Portland. She wrote and published ''Lines from Lilac Lane,'' a book of poems. She was a Seventh-day Adventist.

Survivors include nieces and nephews.

The family suggests remembrances to the Worthy Student Foundation in care of the Seventh-day Adventist Western Conference Association. Arrangementsare by Bollman Funeral Home.
[The Oregonian (Portland, OR) - August 11, 1998] 
CLEVELAND, Esther Selma (I26540)
175 All of their children lived in New York.
CLEVELAND, Honor (I6706)
176 All the children went to the U.S. or foreign parts.
CLEVELAND, Sarah Ann (I4834)
177 Alma A. (Gauthier) Bielby, 94, of Hale, died Wednesday. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Hale First United Methodist Church. Arrangementsare by the Buresh-Bennett Funeral Home, Hale.
[The Bay City Times (MI) - October 27, 2006] 
GAUTHIER, Alma Ann (I22783)
178 ALMOND "Al" S. CURTIS, 72, of New Port Richey died Wednesday at Columbia New Port Richey Hospital. He moved to this area 11 years ago from Adrian,Mich. He was a retired expediter for Tecumseh Products in Tecumseh, Mich., a Navy veteran of World War II, aMason and a member of First UnitedMethodist Church, the New Port Richey Shrine Club, Palm Shrine and Orchid Society of West Pasco all in New Port Richey, the Scottish Rite Valley ofTampa, past commander of American Legion Post 34 in Tecumseh, Order of theEastern Star in Tarpon Springs, past club director and ambassadoremeritus of the Egypt Temple Shrine in Tampa. He is survived by his wife, Helen; a son, A. Spencer of Manassas, Va.; a daughter, Marilyn Koll ofScottsdale, Ariz.; a brother, Robert of CasaGrande, Ariz.; two sisters, Martha Chaloner of Tucson, Ariz., and Frances Case of Blissfield, Mich.;and four grandchildren. Michels- Lundquist Funeral Home, New Port Richey.
[The Tampa Tribune (FL), January 10, 1997] 
CURTIS, Almond Spencer (I18490)
179 Alpheus Cleveland lived at Dighton, Massachusetts. Church records in Dighton. Altheus Cleveland paid his rate of 12 s. for support of minister1799.
CLEVELAND, Alpheus (I2322)
180 Also known as "Alice Faye".

Funeral services for Alice Chamberlain, 72, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, at Laird Funeral Home, 310 S. State St., Elgin, with the Rev. Carl Myers officiating. Born May 17, 1931, in Gagen, Wis., the daughter of Cyrus and Vera Fish, she passed away Friday, Nov. 21, 2003, at Sherman Hospital. Burial will be private in Marengo City Cemetery. Mrs. Chamberlain had been a resident of Elgin since 1969 and was a member of the Highland Avenue Church of the Brethren. Surviving are her sons, --- .; daughters, --- ; sisters, .--- ; brothers, --- ; six grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond, in 1993, and a son, Steven. Visitation will be from 8 a.m. until the time of services Monday, at the funeral home.
[Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) - November 23, 2003]

Obituary reference to Marengo City Cemetery is unusual -- stone is in South Elgin Cemetery, witnessed by me.
[Find A Grave Memorial #: 13935858, Created by: Remembering, Record added: Apr 13, 2006] 
FISH, Alice Isebell (I31530)
181 Also known as "John". LORENSON, Johann (I30131)
182 Also known as also known as Lyman H. HODGE.
[S. Griffiths - November 2010]

The 1855 N.Y. census; Lyman HODGE moved from Otsego County to Madison County in 1835.

Civil War Service Record:
* Enlisted as a Private on November 6, 1862 at the age of 42.
* Enlisted in Company G, 2nd Heavy Artillery Regiment New York on November 6, 1862.
* Received a disability discharge for a pre-existing condition on January 3, 1863 in Fort Corcoran, Virginia.
[National Archives, Washington, DC] 
HODGE, Lemen (I590)
183 Also known as Bessie. CAMPTON, Martha E (I26935483)
184 Also known as Betty or Betty Marie.
[S. Griffiths - September 2018]

Ann Marie McAninch Devine, 70, of Brunswick passed away Sunday at Southeast George Regional Medical Center.

The funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home with the Rev. Joel Longshore officiating. Burial will be later at Graceland Cemetery in Knoxville, Iowa.

The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 tonight at the funeral home.

Surviving are her husband, Elmer Devine of Jacksonville, Fla.; two daughters --- ; and two sons, --- , her mother Marie Fuller of Ottumwa, Iowa; four grandchildren; and a great-grandson.

She was a native of newton, Iowa, and had been a resident of Brunswick two years, coming from Jacksonville. She was a member of the VFW and American legion Auxiliaries.
[The Brunswick News (GA) - February 17, 1998 - Page 3A, Column 4] 
MCANINCH, Ann Marie (I33977)
185 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BALDWIN, R.D. (I19320)
186 Also known as Dora. HAWKINS, Maydora (I29912)
187 Also known as Ellen.

Mother of eight children, six living in 1900.

Children from a previous marriage: Arthur C. (1889), Thomas E. (1890), & Emma (1893). Father unknown.
[S. Griffiths - September 2014] 
HAWKINS, Ella Lenore (I29916)
188 Also known as Fannie. CLEVELAND, Frances J (I30968)
189 Also known as Flora.

Mother of 6 children, 3 living in 1900.
[S. Griffiths - Augest 2014] 
HAWKINS, Florence Birdella (I29914)
190 Also known as Harry. MIDKIFF, Holly Ulisis (I28341)
191 Also known as Henry.
[S. Griffiths - May 2013] 
CHANEY, William Henry (I28069)
192 Also known as Leo Frederick VIBBERT?
[S. Griffiths - December 2010] 
VIBBERT, Leon Fridel (I16368)
193 Also known as Leon McARTHUR.
[S. Griffiths - January 2016]

L.L. MacArthur, 38, Dies In Los Angeles, California
Oneida, May 12 -- Leon Leroy MacArthur, 38, employed by an automobile concern in Los Angeles, Calif., for the past three years, died in the California city on May 6. His body will be brought here for burial late today.

He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. John MacArthur and until going west was employed by Oneida Ltd. He married Miss Marion Churchill of Wampsville. Surviving besides his widow and his parents, are a son Donald; and three brothers, Frank, Myron and Melville MacArthur, all of Oneida.
[Daily Sentinel (Rome, NY) - May 12, 1936 - Page 11, Column 4] 
MACARTHUR, Leon Leroy (I22788)
194 Also known as Mathew MARKUS. SCHRAUBEN, Daniel Mark (I38477632)
195 Also Known As: Latecia
CLEVELAND, Letetia (I12154)
196 Also married Charlotta L. “Lottie” COURTNEY (1892-1963).
[S. Griffiths - October 2018]

Charles A. Booth, 69, 824 Shasta Dr., Colton, died Tuesday, San Bernardino. Native Iowa, resident Colton 30 years.

Survivors: widow, Annie Mae; daughters, Mrs. Maud Kiger, Colton, Mrs. Thelma Darin, Pa.; stepsons, Leslie Morgan, Ariz., Robert Morgan Jr., Ore; stepdaughters, Mrs. Robbie Lane, Colton, Mrs. Phyllis Uptain, San Bernardino; sister, Mrs. Mable Whit, Calif.; 18 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren.

Services: 2 p.m. Friday, Colton Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; burial, Hermosa Cemetery, Colton, Knopsnyder Funeral Home directing.
[The San Bernardino County Sun (CA) - June 19, 1968 - Page C4, Column 3] 
BOOTH, Charles A (I34131)
197 Also married Jennievieve Joyce JEFFERSON, June 1, 1936 at , Beadle, SD.
Also married La Vonne M. UNKNOWN.
[S. Griffiths - May 2013] 
WOLVERTON, Charles Dawson (I28067)
198 Also married Mr. BLAYKIE.
[S. Griffiths - March 2018] 
SHEETS, Belva Jean (I67347469)
199 Also married Mr. CHUSMORE. May have died between 1982 and 1990.
[S. Griffiths - September 2018] 
JONES, Maxine Evelyn (I33958)
200 Also married Mr. ESPIRITU.

Carol Espiritu, of Homer, Alaska, died July 8, 2012, at her home. She was 72 years, 5 months, and 18 days old.

Carol was born in Weston, Ore. Her family later moved to Idaho where she grew up with her parents Arthur and Vera Trott, and her older siblings, sister --- and brother Virlo Bud. Carol spent most of her growing up years riding her horse Smoky in the mountains of Idaho. She attended Clark Fork High School, and later married Dick Sutherland. Dick and Carol soon moved to Seattle where he worked for Boeing. In short order they became parents of --- . As a stay-at-home mom, Carols life revolved around her children. Her children were her best friends.

In 1988 Carol moved to Alaska where she settled in Homer, enjoying her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren company. She was much loved by her friends in Homer and will be missed.

Carol was preceded in death by her parents, brother and former husband. She is survived by her sister, --- ; children --- ; grandchildren Gordon, Stephanie, Luke and Jennifer of Kelso; Sandra, of Woodbury, N.J.; Sarah, of Las Vegas; Ricky, of Indianapolis, Ind.; Corey, of Anchorage; Charley, Jacob and Aidan of Eagle River; Royce, Christine and Heather of Homer, and 12 great-grandchildren.
[Paper Unknown - Date Unknown] 
TROTT, Carol Jean (I34463)

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