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101 According to the 1920 Census, her father was born in Baden and his native tongue was German, while her mother was born in Ohio. According to the book "Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions," the dates on her grave are given as 1890 - 1976. (p. 790) Ruffing, Eleanor Helena (I271)
 
102 According to the 1920 census, his place of birth was North Dakota; according to the 1930 census, his place of birth was Ohio. According to his application for marriage license (when he married Tina Laderer in 1914), however, his place of birth was Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Klopp, Daniel Charles (I17358)
 
103 According to the 1930 census, Anna immigrated to the U.S. in 1910. There is a record of an Anna Davidik arriving at Ellis Island on March 7, 1911 aboard the Kronprinz Wilhelm which sailed from Bremen. She was 22 years old. She was single. Her ethnicity was Hungary / Slovak. Place of residence was Caran, Hungary. Her nearest relative was her father, Methaly (?) Davidik. She was going to Cleveland, Ohio. Obituary: Id#: 0107328 Name: Frisce, (Cross) Anna Date: Feb 23 1943 Source: Cleveland Press; Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #027. Notes: Frisce, (Cross) Anna--Beloved wife of Martin, mother of Mrs. Paul Murray, Michael, Helen, and grandmother, Friends received at the Paul W. Misencik Colonial Funeral Home, 12900 Madison ave., Lakewood. Services Wednesday, Feb. 24, at 10:30 a. m. from St. Cyril and Methodious Church. Her daughter Helen gave the information for her death certificate. Mrs. Anna Frisce, wife of Martin, was born on July 26, 1887 in Slovakia. Her father was Michael Davidik and her mother's name was unknown. She was a housewife. She died on February 21, 1943 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. Davidik, Anna (I136)
 
104 According to the 1930 census, both his parents were born in Russia. Tirko, William (I23264)
 
105 According to the 1930 census, her father was born in Germany.

According to the 1930 census, her father was born in Germany.
 
Frederick, Mary (I193)
 
106 According to the 1930 census, her father was born in Illinois and her mother was born in Pennsylvania. Obituary from the 7/2/1952 Cleveland Press: BOODEY, Marguerite, wife of the late Daniel H., mother of Mrs. Mildred Arlettaz, Robert G., Mrs. Ruth Todd, Dorothy M., Wilson R., Martha L., grandmother and great-grandmother, passed away Monday, June 30, late residence, 3800 W. 33 St. Friends may call at the Busch Funeral Home, 4334 Pearl Rd., where services will be held Thursday, July 3 at 1 p. m. Interment at Peninsula, O. Wilson, Marguerite (I17836)
 
107 According to the 1930 census, his father was born in New York and his mother was born in Ohio. Boodey, Daniel H. (I17837)
 
108 According to the 1930 census, she was born in Iowa; while according to her death certificate she was born in Idaho. Gresser, Hildred M. (I501)
 
109 According to the 1930 census, she was born in Ohio, her father was born in Ohio, and her mother was born in Canada. Penfold, Olive C. (I615)
 
110 According to the Annals of the Four Masters, after having been twenty years in the sovereignty of Ireland, he died at Teamhair Tara. Another notation found in the Annals of the Four Masters: "After Fearcorb had been eleven years in the sovereignty of Ireland, he was slain by Connla Caemh, son of Irereo." Fearcorb's son then went on to slay Connla's son. Caemh, Connla (I11504)
 
111 According to the baptism records of St. Louis Catholic Church, Louisville, Stark County, OH, Josephine Emma Vouron was baptized 9/26/1870 and her parents were Charles and Mary Elizabeth Rebillot Vouron. She was known throughout life, however, as Emma. The name given on her death certificate was Emma J. Baum.

She's found in the 1900 census in Stark County, OH: BAUM, Joseph (38; b. 6/1861); wife Emma (31; b. 9/1868); children Lewis (10; b. 7/?); Edward (9; b. 7/1890); Robert (7; b. 6/1893); Harry (6; b. 7/1894); Azalia (b. 6/1898).

She's found in the 1910 Miracode Index in Canton, Stark County, OH: BAUM, Joseph (46); wife Emma (40); children Louis (20); Edward (18); Albert (16); Harry (14); Azlia (11); Mary (9); Joseph (7); Mable (2); mother-in-law Alzeir VOURRON (70). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio, except for Alzire, who was born in France. In the 1900 census, the third son was named Robert while in this index he is named Albert.

She's found in the 1930 census in Canton, Stark County, OH: BAUM, Emma J. (59; married); children Joseph J. (27); Paul T. (24); Mary B. (30); son-in-law Albert C. ECKMAN (37); daughter Azalea E. (32). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio. Joseph was a truck driver for a retail store; Paul was a truck driver for the city; Mary was a clerk; Albert was a mechanic. (There is a Joseph Baum living as a servant in the home of Clarence Holben in Nimishillen, Stark County, Ohio. This Joseph was 60; single; and was a servant on a farm.)

She's found in the 1940 census in Canton, Stark County, OH: BAUM, Joseph (37), mother Emma (69), sister Mary (38), brother Paul (35). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio. Joseph was a deputy sheriff with the Sheriff's Department, Mary was a saleslady / ladies ? store and Paul was a station operator / automobile service station.

Obituary printed in the Louisville Herald, March 5, 1942, p. 5:
MRS. JOSEPH BAUM
Mrs. Emma J. Baum, 71, wife of Joseph Baum, was found dead in bed Saturday morning at her home at 1321 12th st. NE Canton. Death is reported to have resulted in natural causes.
Born in Louisville, Mrs. Baum had been a Canton resident for 40 years and was a member of St. Benedict's Catholic church and the League of the Sacred Heart.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by three sons, Joseph of Canton, Paul of the home and Albert Baum of Zanesville; a daughter, May Baum of the home and a brother, Louis Vourron of Cleveland.
Funeral services were held Tuesdy at 9:30 a.m. in St. Paul's Catholic church. Burial in St. Louis cemetery, Louisville.
 
Vourron, Josephine Emma (I430)
 
112 According to the baptism records of St. Louis Catholic Church, Louisville, Stark County, OH, Louis Clovis Vourron was baptized June 13, 1878. His parents were Charles and Alice [Alzire] Vourron.

The family always referred to him as Louis or Richard Vourron, but we're not quite sure where the name "Richard" came from.

He's found in the 1880 census in Nimishellen, Stark County, OH: VOURRON, Charles (45); wife Alzise (40); children Emile (18); Emma (9); Louis (2); Otille (2/12). Charles and Alzire were born in France. All the children were born in Ohio. Charles was a tanner.

He's found in the 1900 census in Canton Township, Stark County, OH: VURRN, Louis (31, b. June 1868); wife Amanda (31, b. Dec. 1868); daughter Blanche (1, b. Oct. 1898). Amanda was the mother of two children, both of whom were living. Everyone in the household was born in Ohio. Louis' parents were both born in France; Amanda's father was born in Germany and her mother in France. Louis was a teamster. [Editorial Note: The years of birth for Louis and Amanda (i.e. 1868) are incorrect. They were both born in 1878.]

He's found in the 1940 census living on E. 147th Street, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH: VAURRON, Louis (60); children Ila (25), Frank (22), Marie (20). Louis was widowed. All the chldren were single. Louis was a watchman / building construction; Ila was an inspector / lamp works; Frank was a new ??

When he registered for the draft in 1942, Louis gave the following information: His name was Louis Clovis Vourron. Address: 1150 East 147th Street, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. That was his mailing address. Telephone: Glenville 1689. He was 64 years old, born in Louisville, Ohio on June 13, 1879. Person who will always know your address: Radner Bros., 17903 St. Clair Avenue, Employer: Forest City Material Co., 17903 St. Clair Avenue. /s/ Louis Clovis Vourron

Obituary from the Cleveland Press, July 10, 1951:
Vourron, Richard C., beloved husband of the late Amanda, father of Blanche Esmond, Emma Konst, Ila Merrill of New Hartford, N. Y., Marie Murray, Alfred, Louis, Frank, and grandfather. Friends may call at the Stanley H. Johnston Funeral Home, 15314 Macauley Ave., corner of E. 152d and Lake Shore Blvd. Services at St. Joseph's Church. E. 144 St. and St. Clair Ave., Wednesday, at 10 a. m.

His son Al Vourron gave the information for his death certificate. Richard Clovies Vourron died on July 8, 1951 at the age of 72 years and 25 days, having been born on June 13, 1879. He was a retired molder. Both his parents' names were unknown.
 
Vourron, Louis (Richard) Clovis (I28)
 
113 According to the book "In The Shadow Of The Smokies," her grave reads 1827 - 1885, but she must have died before 1880, because William was found in that census as being widowed. Shamblin, Mary Ann (I5995)
 
114 According to the book "In the Shadow of the Smokies," her tombstone reads "M. F. Emert, d/o F. H. & S. C." Emert, Susan Florence (I7878)
 
115 According to the book "In The Shadow Of The Smokies," the date of birth given on her grave is 12/5/1899; however, according to the Official Atchley Funeral Home Records, her date of birth was 2/5/1899. Ogle, Lottie Lenora (I8144)
 
116 According to the census record we've found, her name was Catherine; however, according to her daughter's death certificate, her name was Mary Stopp. Stopp, Mary Catherine (I24038)
 
117 According to the death certificates of her sons William and Thomas, her name was Mary Conry. In the 1880 census, however, her mother was living with the family and her last name was given as Kane. According to Mary's own death certificate, her father was John Conry and her mother was Katherine Kane, so perhaps her mother gave her maiden name when the 1880 census was taken? Conry, Mary (I17)
 
118 According to the family, Margaret Leah was never mentioned, so she may have died young. [Source: Lillian Haggard Hoge] Harp, Margaret Leah (I9774)
 
119 According to the Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, his date of birth was November 15, 1885; however, when the 1900 census was taken his birth was given as November 1886, and sister Augusta was born in December 1885, making his probable year of birth 1886.

He's found in the 1930 census in Wakeman, Huron County, Ohio: MOCKLER, Thomas J. (44); wife Ruth (28); children Ruth E. (8); Jeanne C. (6); Lois E. (5); Joyce (10/12). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio. Thomas' parents were born in Ireland; Ruth's in Germany. Thomas was a proprietor / gas filling station.

Article published in the Chronicle -Telegram, page 17, January 10, 1961: 35 Honor Mockler Anniversary
WAKEMAN--Thirty-five person attended a Mass at St. Mary's Church Sunday in honor of the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mockler The group then gathered at the American Legion hall for a breakfast, and later met at the Mockler home. Mr. and Mrs. Mockler have five children, Mrs. Thomas Conry, Wakeman; Mrs. Martin Myers, Bellevue; Mrs. Thomas Fay, Cleveland; Miss Joyce Mockler, at home and Thomas Jr., Norwalk. The couple also have 12 grandchildren. Mrs. Mockler was the former Ruth Kraus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kraus, Elyria.

Obituary published in The Chronicle Telegram on 11/17/1972:
Thomas J. Mockler 87 of 44 Pleasant St. Wakeman died yesterday at Allen Memorial Hospital, Oberlin, after a short illness. He was born in Clarksfield and had lived in the Clarksfield - Wakeman area all his life.
Mr. Mockler was a retired house painter. He was a member of St. Mary Church, Wakeman.
Surviving are his wife Ruth; four daughters, Mrs. Thomas (Elaine) Conry of Wakeman, Mrs. Martin (Jean) Myers of Bellevue, Mrs. Thomas (Lois) Fay of Fairview Park and Joyce of Wakeman, a son, Thomas Jr. of Milan and 19 grandchildren.
Friends will be received today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Gerber Funeral Home., Wakeman, where a rosary service will be conducted today at 8 p.m. A prayer service tomorrow at (:30 a.m. at the funeral home will be followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m. at St. Mary Church with the Rev. Gerald Stein officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary Cemetery, Wakeman.
The family has suggested that memorial contributions be to the Little Sisters of the Poor.
 
Mockler, Thomas James (I47750)
 
120 According to the marriage record of his daughter, Elisabeth, was he deceased by November, 1865. Fleming, James (I17795)
 
121 According to the Official Atchley Funeral Home Records, he was trampled to death by team in creek. Ownby, Loy David (I47460)
 
122 According to the Official Atchley Funeral Homes Records, his mother was Deborah Webb; his father's name was not given. He's found in the 1920 census in Civil District 17, Sevier County, Tennessee: WEBB, Henry S. (33); wife Hattie (42); children Pearlie (14); Dewey (10); Grover (8); Vana D. (6); Mariah (2 4/12); mother Deborah ANDES (74; widowed). Everyone in the household was born in Tennessee, except for Hattie, who was born in North Carolina. Henry was a farmer. Webb, Henry Stephen (I47544)
 
123 According to the Rawlings Funeral Home records, she was 90 years old when she died in 1972, making her date of birth around 1882; however, her date of birth is given as June 20, 1891 in "In The Shadow of the Smokies." She's found in the 1910 census in Civil District 5, Sevier County, Tennessee: OGLE, Robert (27); wife Nancy (25); children Roy (2); Anna L. (1); stepson Albert CLABOUGH (12). This was a second marriage for both Robert and Nancy; they had been married 3 years; she was the mother of 4 children, all of whom were living. Everyone in the household was born in Tennessee, as were their parents. Robert was a laborer on a farm. She's found in the 1920 census in Civil District 11, Sevier County, Tennessee: OGLE, Robert D. (35); wife Nancy S. (37); children Roy L. (12); Etha M. (daughter; 9); Clide (5); Nepha (daughter; 3 4/12); Stewart (1 6/12). Everyone in the household was born in Tennessee, as were their parents. Robert was a farmer. King, Nancy (Annie) (I4714)
 
124 According to the records of St. Louis Catholic Church, Louisville, Stark County, OH, Mary Othilia Rosa Vouron was baptized March 7, 1880. Her parents were Charles and Alzira Rebillot Vouron. She died June 19, 1884 at age 4. Vourron, Maria Othilia Rosa (I445)
 
125 According to the records of the Atchley Funeral Home, Sevierville, Sevier County, TN, surviving him (in addition to his parents, brother Theo and sister Sarah) were half-brother Arthur and half-sister Leona Wicks. Emert, Orton Floyd (I10082)
 
126 According to the records of the GRO of Scotland, he was born on June 25, 1851 in Culsamond Parish. When he died, his daughter Etta gave his date of birth as May 28, 1851. He's found in the 1910 Miracode Index in Huron County, OH: COWIE, James (59); wife Louisa C. (63); children Charles (27) and Etta Bell (25). James was born in Scotland; everyone else in the household was born in Ohio. Cowie, James G. (I20894)
 
127 According to the records of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Bellevue, she was born either December 13 or December 15, 1868. McMahon, Mary (I1156)
 
128 According to the records of the St. Louis Catholic Church, Louisville, Stark County, OH, Lucy Blanche Vouron was baptized December 18, 1898. Her parents were Louis and Amanda Shirk Vouron.

She's found in the 1900 census in Canton Township, Stark County, OH: VURRN, Louis (31, b. June 1868); wife Amanda (31, b. Dec. 1868); daughter Blanche (1, b. Oct. 1898). Amanda was the mother of two children, both of whom were living. Everyone in the household was born in Ohio. Louis' parents were both born in France; Amanda's father was born in Germany and her mother in France. Louis was a teamster.

She's found in the 1930 census on E. 149th Street, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH: ESMOND, Asa (38); wife Blanche (31); sons LeRoy E. (10) and Donald J. (6). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio. Asa's parents were both born in New York. Blanche's father was born in Ohio, her mother in Indiana. Asa was a locomotive engineer for the railroad. 
Vourron, Blanche Lucy (I386)
 
129 According to the records of the St. Louis Church, Charles Emile Vouron was baptized 4/11/1862. His parents were Charles and Alvira Rebillot Vouron. He's found in the 1880 census in Nimishellen, Stark County, OH: VOURRON, Charles (45); wife Alzise (40); children Emile (18); Emma (9); Louis (2); Otille (2/12). Charles and Alzire were born in France. All the children were born in Ohio. Charles was a tanner. In the 1900 Census (spelled Ameal Vourron), he is found as a boarder in the home of Caroline Stoefkew (b. Nov. 1865; age 34; born in Germany). She was the head of household, although she was listed as married 17 years. Children were: Henry (b. Oct. 1883); William (Oct. 1885); Laura (Dec. 1887); Ameal (male; Aug. 1889); Mabel (May 1891). This might be the Carry we have listed as his wife? "Ameal" Vourron was shown as age 38 and single. His occupation was given as Fireman, but the second word is hard to read. It looks like it might be Locomotive? (Notice one of Caroline's sons is named "Ameal?") We have a copy of the 1920 census index card which was completed: Vourron, Emeal E. (Vol. 182; E.D. 60; Sheet 9; Line 85) Color: W Age: 57 Birthplace: Ohio County: Stark City: Canton Street: 12th St., S.W. House No. 1511 Other members of family: Vourron, Carry; wife; age 53; birthplace Germany; citizenship N.R. Obituary printed in the Louisville Herald, December 15, 1921, p. 4: The Death List Emil Vourron died at his home at Canton, Friday afternoon, from heart trouble. He was at home alone and when the members of the family returned they found he had passed away. His age was fifty-nine years. Emil Vourron was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vourron and his younger years were spent in Louisville. Later he located in Canton, where he had since resided. He is survived by his wife, a sister, Mrs. Emma Baum, of Canton, and a brother, Louis Vourron, of Cleveland. Funeral services were held at Canton, Tuesday morning, after which the body was brought to Louisville and interred in St. Louis Catholic cemetery, where rest the remains of his father and mother. Vourron, Charles Emile (I441)
 
130 According to the Shirk Family History and Genealogy, his parents were Jacob L. Shirk and Miss Katherine Shirk, a daughter of Elias and Polly (Eberly) Shirk of "Broken Sword," Crawford County, Ohio. On his application for marriage license, however, his parents' names are given as Jacob and Elizabeth Shirk. He's found in the 1910 Miracode Index in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH: SHIRK, Norman (23); wife Elisabeth (22); daughter Gladys (2). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio. He's found in the 1920 census in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH: SHIRK, Norman M. (31); wife Elisabeth C. (31); daughter Gladys (12). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio, as were their parents; except for Elisabeth's parents, who were born in Germany. Norman was a parquet floor layer. He's found in the 1930 census in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH: SHERK, Norman (42); wife Elizabeth (41); children Gladys (22); Norman (3 4/12); brother-in-law Charles BARTELS (46; single). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio. This census indicates that Norman's parents were born in PA; Elizabeth and Charles' were born in Germany. Norman was a floor scraper; Gladys was a bookkeeper for an insurance company and Charles was a laborer for a retail store. Shirk, Norman M. (I19440)
 
131 According to the Webb and Reagan information, she was born on November 24, 1832. Will of Asa Emert, Deceased. Sevier County, Tennessee I, Asa Emert, of Sevierville, Sevier County, Tennessee, do make and publish this my last will and testament, hereby revoking any and all wills by me heretofore made, I direct that all the expenses of my sickness be paid by my son John Emert. I direct that my son John Emert have and take absolute all my personal property and $100.00, one hundred note and interest that is due on T.D.W. McMahan, in which the said T.D.W. McMahan executed and signed to the said Asa Emert, one milk cow, and all my bed clothing, and one bedstead, one rocking chair, I direct that my son John Emert shall take possession of the above named personal property and have and collect the above named note. This the 25th day of November 1910. Signed by her mark "X" Probated March 6, 1911, by order of the court, Book No. 2, Page 396. A.T. Marshall, Clerk Butler, Asa (I3608)
 
132 According to Webb and Reagan information, he was born on December 11, 1831 He's found in the 1850 census in Eastern Subdivision 12, Sevier County, TN: EMERT, F. S. (39); Malinda (38); James (19); Phillip (17); Sarah (14); Robert (2). Frederick was a farmer. Everyone in the household was born in Tennessee. He's found in the 1860 census in District 4, Sevier County, TN: EMERT, James D. (28); Asa (28); Mary (6); Malinda (4); Giles (2); Nancy (4/12). James was a blacksmith. Everyone in the household was born in Tennessee. James D. Emert was a Blacksmith, Company M, 2nd Regiment of Tennessee Cavalry (Union). According to his pension records, he enrolled on the 8th day of November, 1862 at Sevierville. On the Muster In Roll there were the remarks: "Paroled captured Jan. 3, 1863. He was mustered out July 6, 1865. No evidence of disability." Prisoner of War records furnished no information. He died of consumption in 1870, at the age of 38. According to an affidavit signed by his widow, Asa Emert, he contracted the disease while in the service of the United States. His physician, William Trotter, also swore to this fact. Asa Emert did receive a widow's pension, in the amount of $8.00 per month from September 27, 1870 until March 19, 1886, when it was increased to $12.00 per month. She received that pension until her death in 1910. Emert, James Daniel (I3609)
 
133 Aden Carver, 23 May 1844 - 24 June 1945, was Swain County's oldest citizen, living to be 101. He built watermills his entire life in Sevier County, TN and Swain County, NC. Hiram C. Wilburn, acing first historian of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, quoted Carver as saying, "Beginning in 1862, I was inside Fort Harry many times during its occupation. My daddy, Israel Carver, and me salvaged Fort Harry in 1864 after the camp was destroyed by Federal Forces." On 2 - 3 Nov. 1937, Carver walked over the entire Indian Gap Road south of Gatlinburg revealing stories about Fort Harry, Indian Grave Flats and the Civil War. [Source: Article entitled "Fort Harry, Tennessee; A Phenomenon in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park" written by Pete Prince; published in the Smoky Mountain Historical Society Journal and Newsletter; Vol. XXIX, No. 1] Carver, Aden Andrew (I4648)
 
134 After first arriving in America, Peter lived in Cocalico Township, Lancaster County, PA. Later he lived in Earl Township, Lancaster County, PA, where he and his brother Michael, as tenants in common, owned a 360 acre tract of land with several mills. He was a blacksmith by trade and he was a Mennonite minister in the Weaverland church. He died leaving a Will. (Lanc. Co. C.H. Wills 110, Y-2-561). His children are named in the Orphan Court Records. (Lanc. Co. C.H. Orphan Ct. Bk. 1772-1776, p. 22) Shirk, Peter (I853)
 
135 After her husband's death in 1864, she's found in the 1870 census in Mill Creek, Newton County, Arkansas: HARP, Martha J. (42); Leroy B. (20); Susan E. (18); William T. (15); Levi H. (12); Joseph A. (10); Eliza B. (7). Leroy and William were farm laborers. Martha was born in Tennessee; all the children were born in Arkansas. Tate, Martha Jane (I9771)
 
136 After his death in 1837, his family went to Huntville, Alabama (in 1838) Eslinger, Andrew (I8442)
 
137 After his parents death, he was raised by his uncle Louis Frank. Frank, LeRoy Philip (I23054)
 
138 After the death of her husband Jere St. Marie, she married John K. De La France. He died in 1996, after four years of marriage. At age 72, she began to suffer flu-like symptoms and learned that she had leukemia. At the time of her death, Marjorie was going by the name "St. Marie."

Obituary published in the Chronicle-Telegram on October 14, 1998: T. Marjorie St. Marie, 72, of Elyria died Monday at the home of her son, Paul, in Elyria after having leukemia for eight months. Born in Wakeman, she lived in Elyria for most of her life. Mrs. St. Marie was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church and the church's Altar and Rosary Society. She enjoyed dancing, gardening and spending time with her family. Survivors include her daughters, Peggy Lukasko, Sue Rosso and Juliette Tarry, all of Elyria. Molly Oliver of Columbus and Cindy Byam of Zionsville, Ind.; sons Mark St. Marie of Elyria and Denis St. Maire of Westlake; 26 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and a sister, Mary Jo Campana of Lorain. She was preceded in death by her first husband of 35 years, Jere W. St. Marie, in 1986; her second of four years, John K. De La France, In 1996; her parents, Mathias and Theresa Murray; and brothers Richard Murray and Harold Murray. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the Laubenthal - DeCarlo Funeral Home,257 Washington Ave., Elyria, where services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday. A Mass will follow at 11 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church, 820 Middle Ave. Eylria. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Elyria. 
Murray, Theresa Marjorie (I313)
 
139 After the death of his father in 1787 in Sullivan Co, NC (now Tennessee) Martin, his mother, and at least part of his brothers and sisters moved to the Emerts Cove area of Sevier County. That was probably around 1795, or just before Tennessee statehood. There he met and married Barbara, the daughter of even earlier emigrants into the area. Martin was a Justice of the Peace and a Captain in the State Militia. He received a State grant for 55 acres of land on the East Fork of the Little Pigeon River adjoining Frederick Emert's property. It's not known how much land Martin eventually acquired but he was involved in land dealings in the county for many years. Some reports have Barbara living to be 105 years old but the cemetery dates don't support this. She spent most of her last 20 years with her son, John. She fell and broke her hip and was an invalid in her later years. Shults, Martin S. E. (I2978)
 
140 After the death of his first wife in 1908, he's found in the 1910 census in Nimishillen, Stark County, OH, living as a boarder in the home of William Fenton: SHAUB, Wesley (31; widowed). He was born in Ohio, as were both his parents. He worked at odd jobs. His son Theodore was living in the household of his aunt and uncle in Nimishillen, Stark County, OH: SCHAFER, Ernest (44); wife Clara (37); children Ralph D. (15); Pearl M. (14); Stella L. (13); Lillie M. (10); nephew SCHAUB, Theodore (4). He's found in the 1920 census in Canton, Stark County, OH: SHAUB, Wesley (40); wife Josephine (30); children Ozelma (9); Mildred (8); Murland (male; 6); Donald (4); Wesley (2). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio, as were their parents; except for Josephine's mother, who was born in Prussia, Germany. Wesley was a teamster. Schaub, Wesley D. (I31918)
 
141 After the death of his mother, he was adopted by a family by the name of Dexter. Dexter, Vernon Orin (I27558)
 
142 Akron Beacon Journal, Sunday, 6 Sep 2009; pg. B5 Charles (Chick) Eugene Begue, 81, died peacefully on Thursday, September 3 at home with his family. He was born January 28, 1928 to Charles A. and Ellen (Frank) Begue and lived his entire life in Randolph and Suffield. Chick loved hunting, fishing and gardening and was known locally for his amazing onions, garlic and tomatoes. He hosted a popular garlic festival for many years. Charles served his country as a member of the U.S. Army in World War II and was stationed in Tokyo, Japan after the war. He retired from H.M. Miller Construction Co. in 1983 and enjoyed a wonderful retirement, surrounded by his children and his grandchildren. Chick was preceded in death by his parents and brothers, Kenneth and Donald; sisters, Elaine and Sr. Joanita S.N.D.; and sisters-in-law Agnes and Carol. He is survived by his wife Amanda Inez (Pisanello); brothers Roger, Martin (Margaret), Eugene (Janet); sisters Mary Ann (Albert) Bunch, Kathryn (Richard) Knapp, Bernice (Paul) Lastoski; and sister-in-law Rosalind. He also leaves eight children, Michele (James) Douglas, Lanna (Thomas) Smith, Frederick Begue, Denise (Mark) Midei, Charles (Julie) Begue, Jill (Paul) Wolford, Pamela (Ronald) Crock and Gary (Shelly) Begue; 24 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial will be held Tuesday 12 Noon at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 2643 Waterloo Road, with Father Edward R. Wieczorek celebrating. Burial will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery. Friends may call at Hopkins-Lawver Funeral Home, 34 S. Cleveland Avenue, Monday 5-8 p.m. and at the church on Tuesday from 11:00 a.m. until service time. The family suggests memorials to his church or to Suffield Fire Department. Begue, Charles Eugene (I15338)
 
143 Aledda O. Hockaday
Aledda O. Hockaday, 66, of Hollister, died Thursday, September 19, 2002 at Putnam Community Medical Center following an extended illness. A native of Knox County, Tennessee, she had resided in Putnam County since 1956 coming from Perry, Fla. She was a cafeteria worker in the public school system and a member of New Hope Baptist Church. She enjoyed life.
She is survived by her husband of 48 years, Johnnie C. Hockaday of Hollister, her three children: Kay Burke and her husband Ralph, Connie G. Stapleton and Richard C. Hockaday; two brothers: Harold Bohanan and Ray Bohanan, both of Hollister: six sisters: Juanita Lathan and Betty Jo Evans, both of Knoxville, Tenn., Linda Croft of Thomasville, Ga., Pam Boles of Hollister, Mary Markel of Palatka and Sherry Driggers of Francis; eight grandchildren and spouses: Valarie and David McCoy, MaJoy and Paris Brown, Clint Davis, Kasey Hockaday, James and Lori Burke, Ricky Hockaday, Lei Stapleton and Aaron Phillips; five great-grandchildren: Baxter Hockaday, Courtney McCoy, Legend Brown, Trenton Hockaday and Brock McCoy.
Visitation will be 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 21 at the church.
Services will be 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 21 at New Hope Baptist Church with the Rev. Glenn Tillis officiating. Burial will follow in PineView Cemetery in Interlachen.
Johnson-Overturf Funeral Home of Palatka is in charge of arrangements. 
Bohanan, Aledda (I58053)
 
144 Alice C. ''Miss Alice'' McMahan July 28, 1908 - February 19, 2007 Birthplace: Sevier County, Tennessee Resided In: Se ymour Tennessee USA Visitation: February 21, 2007 Service: February 21, 2007 Cemetery: Zion Hill Cemetery Alice C. "Miss Alice" McMahan, age 98 of Seymour, passed away Monday, February 19, 2007. "Miss Alice" retired after 43 years as an educator in Sevier County. She was preceded in death by her husband Earnest "Shorty" McMahan and infant son William Earnest McMahan. Survivors include the sons and daughters of the late Minyard and Hester Conner, Earnest and Flora Conner and Winfred and Lela McCarter; several great nieces and great nephews and many special friends in the Zion Hill Community. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Zion Hill Baptist Church, c/o Floyd Powell, 350 Zion Hill Road, Seymour, TN, 37865. Funeral service 7 PM Wednesday in the West Chapel of Atchley Funeral Home with Rev. W.A. Galyon and Rev. Floyd Powell officiating. Family and friends will meet 1 PM Thursday at Zion Hill Cemetery for interment. The family will receive friends 5-7 PM Wednesday at Atchley Funeral Home, Sevierville. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Conner, Alice Marie (I51163)
 
145 Alice was adopted by David and Ella Pfeister. McChill, Alice (I23397)
 
146 All of Granny Mac's grandchildren were told that "her parents came from Ireland, via England, when she was six years of age, and that one of her sisters was buried at sea." Her descendants have, to this day, lovingly referred to her as "Granny Mac." She was past 97 years of age when she passed away. She's found in the 1880 census in Jones Cove, Sevier County, TN, with her daughter Mary Ann: DICKSON, Henry (50); wife Mary Ann (47); children Nancy A. (24); Thomas J. (19); David (16); Celah C. (15); Robert R. (13); Henry (11); Joseph C. (8); Margaret M. (6); mother Mary McMAHAN (82; widowed); "other" George WEST (42; married). Everyone in the household was born in TN, except for Mary McMahan who was born in SC and George West who was born in NC. Henry was a farmer; his older sons and George West were farm laborers. Wilson, Mary Ann (I2486)
 
147 Allen Dale Keefer, age 63, of Kodak, passed away Tuesday, November 17, 2015. Allen was born in Huntington, West Virginia on April 5th, 1952. He was a Boy Scout with Troop 42, Baptist Temple, Huntington, WV where he earned his ranking of Eagle Scout on December 21st, 1965.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Norma Keefer, brother, Robert Keefer, and father-in-law, Luke Garretson.

Survivors:
Wife: Brenda Keefer
Son and daughter-in-law: Chris and Jamie Boyle
Daughter and son-in-law: Diana and Michael Hayes
Grandchildren: Garret Boyle, Caleb Hayes, Alexis Boyle, Shelby Hayes and Colby Boyle
Father: Joe Keefer of Huntington, WV
Mother-in-law: Helen Garretson of Barboursville, WV
Sister and brother-in-law: Bonnie and Verlin Hughes
Sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law: Tammi Keefer, Rachel and Dale Ashworth, Jack Garretson, Andy and Angie Garretson
Many nieces and nephews who he loved very much

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Allen Keefer to the Northview Kodak Fire Department.

Family and friends will meet in the parking lot of Beech Springs Baptist Church to process to Beech Springs Cemetery for a 10 AM Friday graveside service and interment. Online condolences may be made at www.atchleyfuneralhome.com - See more at: http://www.atchleyfuneralhome.com/obituary.php?id=1564203#sthash.eEKf1SbC.dpuf 
Keefer, Allen Dale (I60059)
 
148 Alma ''Nanny'' Smith Cole November 13, 1924 - March 22, 2006 Birthplace: Strawberry Plains, Tennessee Resided In: Sevierville Tennessee USA Visitation: March 24, 2006 Service: March 24, 2006 Cemetery: Smoky Mountain Memory Gardens Alma "Nanny" Smith Cole, age 81 of Sevierville, passed away Wednesday, March 22, 2006 at her home. She was a member of Gum Stand Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband David M. Cole; parents Henry and Octa Smith; brothers Glenn and Fred Smith; sister Wilma Smith. Survivors: Children: Leroy and Paula Cole, Glenn and Kathleen Cole, Wilma and John Hanson, David A. and Reba Cole, Mary Anne Cole, Gary and Melissa Cole, Michael Cole Grandchildren: Sandra Huskey, Daniel Cole, Zachary Cole, Jonathan Cole, Kenneth Cole, James Cole, Tammy Hall, Stacy Dodson, Kimberly Watson, Rebecca Davis, Elizabeth Chapman, Peter Cole, Joseph Cole, David Cole, Stephen Cole Great-grandchildren: Sarah Wilson, David Huskey, Joshua Cole, Hannah Cole, Katelyn Cole, Shelby Cole, Kyle Cole, Jessica Cole, Rachel Alma Cole, Alexis Hall, D.W. Hall, Sierra Dodson, Isabella Dodson, Jordan Chapman Brothers: Alfred, Jim and Allen Smith Sisters: Betty Runion, Katherine Hammer, Jean Morgan, Helen Morgan Special friends: Susie Kooch, Colleen Branch The family asks that memorials be made to Gideon's International to purchase Bibles. Funeral service 7 PM Friday at Atchley?s Smoky Mountain Chapel. Interment 2 PM Saturday in Smoky Mountain Memory Gardens. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers. The family will receive friends 5-7 PM Friday at Atchley?s Smoky Mountain Chapel, 220 Emert Street, Pigeon Forge. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Smith, Alma (I5938)
 
149 Alma Ogle March 20, 1923 - March 24, 2008 Birthplace: Gatlinburg, Tennessee Resided In: Pigeon Forge, Tennessee USA Visitation: March 27, 2008 Service: March 27, 2008 Cemetery: Williamsburg Cemetery Alma Ogle, age 85, of Pigeon Forge passed away Monday, March 24, 2008. She was a weaver at Arrowmont in Gatlinburg and retired after 25 years from Electro-voice in Sevierville. She was preceded in death by her husband Elmer T. Ogle, parents Ezra and Annie Ogle, brothers Rev. Stanley Ogle, Muncy Ogle and Lloyd Ogle. Survivors: Son: Clarence Ogle and wife Jo Daughters: Debbie Ogle, Annette Romines, God-daughter, Serena Gilbert Grandchildren: Paul Ogle, John and Amy Ogle, Angela and Wayne McCarter, Sonya and Cindy Romines Great Grandchildren: Andy, Katie, and Adam Ogle, Jessica, Jennifer, Jamie and Julie McCarter, Michael and Josh Lombrana, Lisa and Laura Lethco and Isabella Beard Brother: Lester Ogle Sisters and brothers-in-law: Edna Berry and husband Jim, Anna Mae Carver Funeral service 7PM Thursday in the West Chapel of Atchley Funeral Home with Rev. Ed Parton and Rev. Ronnie Reagan officiating. Interment 11 AM Friday in Williamsburg Cemetery. The family will receive friends 5- 7 PM Thursday at Atchley Funeral Home, Sevierville. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Ogle, Alma Lucille (I11810)
 
150 Altoona Tribune, Monday, September 25, 1899 At 4:30 o'clock yesterday morning, Mrs. Susannah FLOT died at the home of her son-in-law, John McKNIGHT, 227 Seventh Avenue. Death was caused by ailments incident to old age. The deceased was aged 87 years, 1 month, and 7 days and was a native of Franklin County. She was a widow of Daniel FLOT. These children survive: David, Henry, and Emanuel of Shade Gap, Huntingdon County. C.M. FLOTT and Mrs. Sarah SNYDER of Kansas, and Mrs. John McKNIGHT of this city. Funeral services will be held at the house tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Internment at Greenwood Cemetery. Henry, Susannah (I43923)
 

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