Note N4524 Index
Harley was a mechanic. He served in Co. L of the 6th Ohio Cavalry Regiment during the Civil War, enlisting 12 November 1861 and being mustered out in November 1864. This unit saw an incredible amount of action, bearing "an honorable part" in battles such as Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Bristoe Station, Mine Run, Wilderness, Spotsylvania Court House and Petersburg, to name only a few. Harley was promoted from Private to Full Corporal in 1864.
In 1880, he was selling farm equipment in Cooper, Kalamazoo County, Michigan. He and Emma Jane are buried in Silver Brook Cemetery, new addition, Block 41, Lot 34, Niles, Berrien, MI.
Note N4525 Index
Carlos died from tuberculosis.
Note N4532 Index
Connard was a railroad engineer. In 1930, he and Stella and their daughter, Helen M. Graham, were living in Cleveland.
Note N4534 Index
Ray was a farmer in Platea Township, Erie County, PA.
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Cyreno was a farmer and a carpenter. He was married three times. Cordelia was his second wife. The dates on his cemetery record are: 1 May 1826 - 8 Jan 1900 (CALHOUN COUNTY, IOWA, CEMETERIES [op.cit.], 19).
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In 1930, Winifred was working in a Conneaut department store as a saleslady. Living with her was a niece, Josephine, and a cousin, Jim A. Onions (aged 89).
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Tina was a dressmaker and homemaker.
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Glen was a farmer in Pierpont, Ohio.
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Frank was a railroad engineer. After he and Winifred divorced, he married Hazel Hill (about 1919).
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Paul was a railroad engineer.
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At the age of 17, Edwin became a logging contractor. In time, that business (Kellogg and Kalahan Company) expanded to include road and bridge building. He also operated a dairy farm. The high grade butter produced there was always in great demand. In addition, this "wide-awake, enterprising and highly progressive" man was County Road Supervisor for one year and a member of the State Police. He suffered from diabetes and died from complications related to that disease (ASHTABULA THEN AND NOW [op.cit.], 184).
Note N4547 Index
Carl was an engineer for the Nickel Plate Railroad.
Carl and Ethel and their children are buried in Lindenwood Cemetery (Section C, Lot 87), Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Note N4549 Index
Lester was in the produce and grocery business. He suffered a stroke on 31 December 1906 and died 4 days later.
Note N4550 Index
David was a farmer. He died from pneumonia.