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51 According to a petition filed by his brother in their father's estate, Baltzer "died April 20, 1844, was married had three children, two of whom died before their father Baltzer and one since. All three died young never married. Baltzer's widow is also dead." Haines, Baltzer (I16630)
 
52 According to a petition filed by his brother in their father's estate, Daniel died on or about October 20, 1828 never having been married. Haines, Daniel (I16631)
 
53 According to a petition filed by his brother in their father's estate, George "died the 30th day of Nov. 1865. Never had children. His widow survives." Haines, George (I16628)
 
54 According to a petition filed by his brother in their father's estate, Isaac "died Dec. 31, 1856, never having been married." Haines, Isaac (I16627)
 
55 According to a petition filed by his brother in their father's estate, Jacob "died Sept. 17, 1829 aged about eleven years." Haines, Jacob (I16626)
 
56 According to a petition filed by his brother in their father's estate, John died about February 15, 1852. John had been married and had three children, "all of whom died within a few days of each other and before their father. Your Petitioner believes John's last wife is living near or in Mechanicsburg Cumberland County." Haines, John Valentine Jr. (I16632)
 
57 According to a petition filed by his brother in their father's estate, Samuel "died May 26, 1853, his wife having died before him. He died in Fairview Township living in Western part of Pennsylvania. He left children but the number, names & residence of either is not known to your petitioner." Haines, Samuel (I15203)
 
58 According to a petition filed by his brother in their father's estate, William "died June 12, 1854, never having been married." Haines, William (I16629)
 
59 According to Claudine De Saint-Paul of Mathay, France, Elizabeth Curtil's mother was actually Claudine Vourron, who was born in 1749. Claudine's parents were Jean Paul Vourron and Francoise Quittet. Curtil, Jacques (I526)
 
60 According to daughter Amanda's obituary, her maiden name may have been Alp. Margaret Alt was b. 30 Jan 1840 New Washington, Crawford Co,OH., d. 5 Nov 1910 Oh was dau. of John Alt (1811 Prussia-1882)and Ann Bernadin(1810 Prussia-1897). [Source: Post-em from Evelyn Wine] She's found in the 1880 census living next door to her parents in Reed Township, Seneca County, OH: SMITH, Jacob (55); wife Margaret (44); children Charles (20); Mary (19); Anna (17); Catherine (14); Edward (12); Barnett (10); Frank (7); John (5); Peter (3); SEBOLT, Randall (9/12; son). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio, except for Jacob, who was born in Germany. Alt, Margaret (I1393)
 
61 According to Donald Reagan, his parents could have been William King and Lavina Bland; or perhaps (according to Ina Walker King) they might have been Henry King and Barbara Moore (although Barbara Moore seems to have been too young to be his mother.] Henry King (b. 9/30/1758) is thought to have married Jeannette Moore (b. 1/18/1771) and had two children; namely, James Moore King (b. 11/18/1792) and Henry King (b. 2/9/1794). If Jeannette Moore was born in 1771 and Nathaniel King was born in 1775, she obviously could not have been his mother either. The following has been written about this family by Donald B. Reagan in "Smoky Mountain Clans, Vol. II," p. 86: "The first proven ancestor of the King families in Sevier County, Tennessee is Nathaniel King. Nathaniel King was born circa 1770/80 in South Carolina. He came to Sevier County, Tennessee from South Carolina, living for a while in McMinn County, Tennessee. Nathaniel King was married circa 1798 to Elizabeth ________. Elizabth was born 1779 in south Carolina. Nathaniel King died circa 1840/50 in Sevier County, Tennessee. Elizabeth was living with their son, Wyley King, in 1850 in Wear's Cove area. She died circa 1850-1860 in Sevier County, Tennessee. Nathaniel King and his wife, Elizabeth, two sons and one daughter are listed in the 1830 Federal Census in McMinn County, Tennessee. Three other sons, Wyley, William Riley, and George King had already settled in the Wear's Cove area of Sevier County, Tennessee and appear on the 1830 Federal Census of Sevier County, Tennessee. Nathaniel King appears on 1840 Federal Census of Sevier County, Tennessee. Was Nathaniel King a son of William King -- Revolutionary War soldier? Nathaniel King had a brother, Henry King, who was in the McMinn County Tennessee census of 1850. Henry King was born 1765 in Virginia and married Susan __________. Susan was born 1779 in North Carolina." The following has been written about this family by Ina Walker King: "Nathaniel (Nat) King is the first proven ancestor in our King line. Very little has been found on the history or family of this man. Parents are unknown (still researching). Family tradition is that he was born in Westmorland County, Virginia circa 1760-70, moving to South Carolina some time before or at the time of his marriage. His wife was reportedly born in South Carolina. Also, some of the early family was living in North Carolina, possibly brothers of Nathaniel. Nathaniel King, possibly the child of Henry King and Barbara Moore, was born circa 1760-70 in Westmorland County, Virginia and died November 11, 1843 in Sevier County, Tennessee. He is buried in Mattox Cemetery, Wears Valley, Sevier County, Tennessee. (marker lost). Circa 1796, he married Elizabeth Runyon, born in 1779 in South Carolina, parents unknown. She lived in the home of oldest son, Wiley King, after her husbands death. She died at age 73 on August 6, 1852 and is buried in Mattox Cemetery, Sevier County, Tennessee. Nathaniel and Elizabeth King lived in South Carolina when their first three children were born, moving to Tennessee before 1806. They lived in McMinn County for several years and are listed in the 1830 McHinn County census with two sons and one daughter. Three other sons had moved before to Sevier County. Sons Wiley, George, and William Riley are in the 1830 census in Sevier County, Tennessee. Nathaniel moved to Sevier County before 1840 and appears on census." King, Nathaniel (I3526)
 
62 According to family history, they came to the U.S. in 1905 and settled in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They returned to Europe and then came again to the U.S. in 1920 on a French ship and settled in Cleveland, Ohio. That seems to be substantiated by the following records: We found a Charlotte Weinhold, who came to the U.S. (through Ellis Island) on October 2, 1905. She was 6 years old at that time and was traveling, with her mother Charlotte Weinhold and sister Elizabeth Weinhold, to Berwick, Pennsylvania to join her father. The name and address given for her father were: John Weinhold, 622 LaSalle, Berwick, PA. Her nationality (country of which she was a citizen) was Hungary, her race was German and her place of residence was Segesvar. She traveled on the ship: Vaderland which left Antwerp, Belguim on September 23, 1905. We also found a Lotte Weinhold, who came to the U.S. (through Ellis Island) on December 17, 1920. She was 22 years old at that time. Her ethnicity was Roumanian/German and her place of residence was Sighisoara, Roumania. She traveled on the ship: La Touraine which sailed from Le Havre, Seine-Inferior, France.

She's found in the 1930 census in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH, living two households away from her future husband, Adolf Hoffman: KARRES, Lottie (32; widowed); daughter Gertrude (7); sister Elizabeth LOEW (29); brother-in-law Karl LOEW (34) and nephew Eckhart LOEW (10). Everyone in the household was born in Romania, except for Gertrude, who was born in Ohio. They all immigrated to the U.S. in 1920. Karl was a machinist for a drill company.

He's found in the 1940 census on Dale Avenue, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH: HOFFMAN, Lottie (42; widowed); son Adolph (8); daughter Gertrude KARRES (17); lodgers Frank VINT (?) (40) and Arthur SCHALAMON (33). Lottie and Frank were born in Romania; Adolph and Gertrude in Ohio; and Arthur in Austria. Frank was owner / operator; own gas station. Arthur worked at auditing / bookkeeper.

When she applied for a Social Security card in February, 1967, she gave her name as Lotte Guenther; maiden name Lotte Weinhold; date of birth 4-1-1898; place of birth Roumania; mother Lotte Radel; father John Weinhold. 
Weinhold, Charlotte (Lotte) (I1625)
 
63 According to family legend, Alexander was eleven or twelve years old when his mother married John Stinnett. He changed his name from "McKissick" to "Stinnett" after his mother remarried and had other children. He was his mother's favorite and she gave him the family farm. This caused an uproar in the rest of the Stinnett family. It went on for quite a while, because there are court records where sums of money were paid to the other children to cover their inheritance from their father, John. On April 10, 1839, Alexander was given 25 acres of land by John Stinnett. That deed was registered in Sevier County, TN in Book F, page 635 on the 20th day of April 1839. On March 1, 1841, he was granted 21 acres of land in Sevier County, by the State of Tennessee. That grant was recorded in Volume 26, page 621.

It was thought that Elizabeth Wilkerson (b. 4/9/1798) married a man by the name of McKissick and had a son, Alexander. That theory has since been disproven. Descendants of the Stinnett family have had dna tests performed, which confirm ties to Stinnett, but no connection to the McKissick family. So, who is Alexander's father?

He's found in the 1850 census in Sevier County, TN: SENETT, Alexandria (39); Elmina (39); John (19); Jahu (17); Elizabeth (15); Jackson (12); Isaac (12); Ausburn (6); David (5); Benjamin (3). [The ages given for these individuals was very difficult to read.]

He's found in the 1860 census in District 1, Sevier County, TN: STINNETT, Al. (46); Elmina (46); Jackson (22); J. A. (male; 20); Asbury (16); David (13); Benjamin (11); Wilson (7); Ira (3); Sarah (9). Alexander was a farmer. Everyone in the household was born in TN.

Alexander and his wife Elmina deeded 75 acres in Sevier County to J. C. Stinnett. (This was property that was deeded to Alexander by Elizabeth Stinnett and Pleasant Proffitt.) The deed from Alexander and Elmina to Jackson was signed in January 1875. 
Stinnett, Alexander (I1880)
 
64 According to family members, William McMahan was a Reverend. He's found in the 1880 census in Jones Cove, Sevier County, TN: McMAHAN, William (23); wife Mary (23); children Sanders A. (2); Manda M. (1); Anna L. (3/12). Everyone in the household was born in TN. William's occupation in this census was given as farmer. McMahan, William H. (I2213)
 
65 According to granddaughter, Meredith, her parents were from Sweden. Steele, Ethel (I16090)
 
66 According to her application for marriage license to first husband, Jerry Vales, she was born in Cleveland, Ohio.
 
Grabowski, Marie F. (I49451)
 
67 According to her death certificate, her date of birth is December 22, 1851; according to the 1900 Ohio census, her date of birth is December 1848. It gave her age as 52 in 1900.

She's found in the 1860 census in Milan, Erie County, OH: McCARTY, P. (43); Anna (42); C. (8); M. (6); M.A. (3). All the children were females. Patrick was a laborer. Value of his real estate of $500; value of his personal estate was $100. Patrick and Anna were born in Ireland; their daughters were born in Ohio. They were living next door to Patrick's brother Michael: McCARTY, M. (37); C. (33); James (12); P. (male; 9); M. (female; 8); John (6); Julia (4); Alice (3); M. (male; 1). Michael was a laborer. He and his wife were born in Ireland; all the children were born in Ohio. Value of his real estate was $500; value of his personal estate was $100.

She's found in the 1870 census in Milan, Erie County, OH: McCARTNEY, Ann (50); Catherine (18); Margaret (16); Mary Ann (14). Ann was born in Ireland; her daughters were all born in Ohio. Her husband having died the year before, Ann had real estate valued at $4,000 and a personal estate valued at $400.

In the 1910 Ohio census for Huron County (Enumeration 27; #73), the following information was provided: Catharine McMahon (head of household; age 57; born in Ohio); children still at home: Thomas (age 30); George (age 25); Peter (age 22); Mary (age 19); and Lucy (age 16). All the children were born in Ohio.

Her obituary, as printed in the Bellevue Gazette on August 29, 1918 (p. 2, column 2) reads as follows: Obituary: AGED LADY STRICKEN WHILE IN CHURCH Mrs. Catherine McMahon died suddenly while attending Mass Sunday morning. As she knelt in worship at the Catholic church here Sunday morning death's hand suddenly touched Mrs. Catherine McMahon, highly respected Bellevue resident, and she passed away within a few minutes. Coming without the slightest warning and preceded by no distinct illness, the call of Mrs. McMahon was a severe shock to the family and the large circle of friends in Bellevue and vicinity wherein she was known. The deceased had been in her accustomed health on Sunday morning and was in cheerful spirits as she departed from her home on Louise Avenue to pay homage to the Lord and assist in the celebration of mass. She was stricken immediately after she entered the church and was seen to sink to the floor. Other persons in the church, awaiting the opening of the services, hurried to her assistance but she expired almost immediately, and before medical assistance could be secured. Mrs. McMahon was born December 20, 1852, at Milan, Ohio, and the first twenty-four years of her life were spent at that place, she being united in marriage there to Patrick McMahon in 1866, immediately after which they took up housekeeping on the farm south of town which continued to be her place of residence until four years ago when the family moved to Bellevue. Mr. McMahon preceded his wife in death sixteen years ago. Surviving are eight children as follows: Sister Mary Imelda, of Cleveland; Thomas, of Bellevue; Mrs. James Murray, of Wakeman; Mrs. Louis Everett, of Huron; George of Monroeville; Peter, at Camp Jackson, Columbia, S.C.; Mrs. Alfred Bick, at home, and Mrs. Harry Ball, of south of town. Fourteen grandchildren also survive, as do two sisters, Mrs. John Omar [Editorial Note: This name is actually O'Mara], of Collins, and Miss Margaret McCartnery, of Bellevue. In infancy, Mrs. McMahon was baptized in the Catholic faith and throughout a long and useful life she was a faithful and devout member of that church. The funeral was held Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock from the Catholic church here. Rev. J. A. Michenfelder officiating at requiem mass. Burial was in the Catholic cemetery. [Editorial Note: We think the date of her marriage to Patrick McMahon is incorrect. She would have only been fourteen years old in 1866. We have the date of their marriage as being January 30, 1877.]

According to the book "Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions," her grave reads: 1853 - 1918 (p. 281)
 
McCartney, Catherine (I39)
 
68 According to her death certificate, her father was John O'Mara and her mother was Mary Ann Welch. The person who gave the information for this certificate was Mrs. Peggy McMahon, of Toledo, Ohio. O'Mara, Marguerite (I253)
 
69 According to her death certificate, she was a daughter of August Cartier and Julia Ann Poto. That may be incorrect, since she was born in 1858 and her father didn't marry Julian Pattot until 1865.

On her death certificate, her date of birth was given as March 16, 1858; however, according to the 1870 census she was older than her sister Eugenia, who was born in 1857. In addition, if Eugenia was born in August 1857 and Julia was born in March 1858, Julia would have been born only seven months after Eugenia. We have therefore taken March 16 from her death certificate, but used the year 1856 from the 1870 census. If anyone has a more definitive record of her birth, we'd love to hear about it.

She's found in the 1880 census with Augustus Cartier in Marlboro Township, Stark County, OH: CARTIAER, Aughust (66); wife Julia (60); daughter Julia (23); granddaughter Anna (6). August and the elder Julia were born in France; the younger Julia and Anna were born in Ohio. August was a farmer.

She's found in the 1910 Miracode Index in Stark County, OH: MOULIN, Julia (51); daughter Anna (34); and one non-relative. Everyone in the household was born in Ohio.

She's found in the 1920 census in Nimishillen, Stark County, OH: MOULIN, Julia (61; widowed); boarder John LAMILLE (59; single). They were both born in Ohio. Their parents were all born in France. Julia had no occupation; John was a laborer on a general farm.

She's found in the 1930 census in Nimishillen, Stark County, OH: MOLLIN, Julia (72; widowed); daughter Anna LAMUEL (sp?) (55; widowed); boarder John LAMUEL (sp?) (69; single). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio, as were their parents; except for Julia's parents, who were born in France. Anna was a weaver and John was a farm laborer. [The boarder is probably the same John who was living with Julia in 1920. Giving daughter Anna's name as Lamuel/Lamille was probably an error. When she gave the information for her mother's death certificate, she signed her name as "Mrs. Anna Grispou" and a record of her death using that name has been located.

Obituary published in the Louisville Herald, September 2, 1937 (p. 1, col. 3): Services for Mrs. Julia Moulin, 79, who died Sunday at her home in Harrisburg, were held Wednesday morning in Sacred Heart of Mary church. Burial in church cemetery.

Her daughter Anna gave the information for her death certificate. Mrs. Julia Moulin was born March 16, 1858 in Stark County, Ohio and died August 29, 1937 at the age of 79 years, 5 months and 13 days. She was a housewife. Her parents were August Cartier and Julia Ann Poto, both of whom were born in France. 
Lair, Julia (I622)
 
70 According to her death certificate, she was a retired postmaster for the City of Cygnet. She never married. Dunn, Mary E. (I12661)
 
71 According to her death certificate, she was born in 1842, month and day unknown. Her father's name was given as James Murray, with mother's name unknown. The information on this certificate was provided by her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Burke (Mary).

Published in the Sandusky Daily Register on 10/18/1915, p 9, c 5: Mrs. Bridget Ford who has been in feeble health for several months, died last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Burk. 
Murray, Bridget (I319)
 
72 According to her death record at Atchley Funeral Home, Sevierville, Sevier County, TN, surviving her were two half-brothers, Julius Proffitt and Odis (Proffitt) and a half-sister, Dora Williams. Mayes, Eliza Amanda (I7572)
 
73 According to her grave, her date of birth is November 17, 1869; however, according to her death certificate, her date of birth is 1865. She's found in the 1880 census in Sevier County, TN: BOHANAN, William (31); wife M. (37); daughter M. J. (10). Everyone in the household was born in Tennessee, as were their parents; except for Wiliam's parents, who were both born in Virginia. William was a farmer. Mary Jane's husband, John, died in 1922, and she can be found as head of household in the 1930 census in Sevier County, TN: EMERT, Mary J. (59; widowed); son Freeman (24; single); daughter Gypsy C. (19; married at age 16). Everyone in the household was born in TN. She was living two households away from her daughter, Blanche. My grandmother was Blanche King, so I'm familiar with both of these houses. I would estimate that they are about two of miles apart. In 1930, there was only one family living between them, but now there are many! Bohanan, Mary Jane (I3173)
 
74 According to her grave, she was born in 1832. According to the 1900 census, she was born June 1829 in Ireland. In 1910, she had been married 50 years. She was mother of 8 children, 6 of whom were living in 1910. Geraghty, Bridget (I61165)
 
75 According to her obituary, her name was Kathleen; however, according to her mother's obituary, her name was Katherine. Obituary published in the Syracuse Herald, Syracuse, New York, on February 9, 1930: FUNERAL HELD FOR ST. JOSEPH SISTER Sister Mary Malachy, nee Kathleen Slowey, of the Order of St. Joseph at Troy, died Wednesday in Troy Hospital and was buried Friday morning in St. Joseph's Cemetery. The funeral was conducted from St. Josephs Seminary Chapel where a solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated. Sister Malachy was born in Ireland, the daughter of Thomas and Katie Slowey. She resided several years with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Slowey, 208 Carlton Road, Syracuse, before entering the Order of St. Joseph. Sister Malachy was transferred to Mechanicsville where she was a member of the faculty of St. Pauls Parochial School at the time of her recent illness. Surviving relatives include her parents and a sister in Ireland, two brothers Alexander Slowey of Syracuse and James Slowey of St. Bernards Seminary, Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. Slowey of 208 Carlton Road. Slowey, Kathleen (Katherine) (I49627)
 
76 According to his birth record, his place of birth was Stinnett Hill, Tennessee. He was born after his parents divorced, which is why he was given the name "Stinnett." Father's name on his birth certificate, however, does say Perry Large. John R., as he was always called, served in World War II. He was a school teacher, and never married. He died at Cocke County Memorial Hospital, Newport, Cocke County, Tennessee. There was an article in the newspaper on Aug. 17, 1932: P.F. Teachers: Frank Marshall, Perna Trevena, Ahan Seaton, Kate W. Marshall, Ruby W. Allen. Pine Grove: Bruce Layman, Adah Montgomery McCookville: Pauline Williams, Edith I. Flynn Big Ridge: JOHN R. STINNETT Middle Creek: Elijah Seaton, Bessie W. Townsend (from what I can guess of these articles in the newspapers, it might have been when these individuals became teachers?) Stinnett, John R. (I1856)
 
77 According to his death certificate and the records of Atchley Funeral Home, he was born on October 12, 1880; according to his grave, he was born on October 12, 1879; and according to his draft registration card, he was born November 6, 1879.

He's found in the 1880 census in Cocke County, TN: MADEN, Alex (28); Mary M. (29); Benjamin (7/12; having been born in November 1879). Everyone in the household was born in TN, as were their parents; except for Mary's parents, who were both born in NC.

He's found in the 1900 Census for Sevier County (Jones Cove), Tennessee: MADRIAN, Mary J. (DS -- divorced single?), age 48, born December 1851; children: Ben R., age 20, born Nov 1879; Florence, age 18, born Feb 1882, Willburn L., age 14, born July 1885; Louise A., age 13, born July 1886; and Columbus L., age 10, born Apr 1890. Mary and Louise were born in Georgia, while the remainder of the household was born in Tennessee. Mary was mother of 7 children, 5 of whom were living. She was a farmer.

He's found in the 1910 census in District 1, Sevier County, TN: MADDRON, Ben (28); wife Alice (28); children Bertha C. (9); Richard E. (5); Effie M. (3); Arvil L. (3). Ben and Alice had been married 10 years. She was the mother of 5 children, 4 of whom were living. Everyone in the household was born in Tennessee, as were their parents. Ben was a farmer.

When he completed a World War I Draft Registration Card on September, 18, 1918, he gave his name as Ben Richardson Maddron. He was 38 years of age, having been born on November 6, 1878. He was a farmer and his closest relation was his wife, Alice Maddron. He was tall, with a stout build, blue eyes and brown hair. He signed this card by an X, his mark.

He's found in the 1920 census in District 1, Sevier County, TN: MADDRON, Benjamin R. (40); wife Alice (38); children Bertha (18); Richard A. (16); Arvill L. (13); Effie M. (13) [Orville and Effie were twins]; Harriett S. (6). Everyone in the household was born in Tennessee. Ben was a farmer.

He's found in the 1930 census in District 1, Sevier County, TN: MADDRON, Ben (50); wife Alice (46); son Alex (25); daughter-in-law Arvilla (14); son Orvil (23); daughter Harriett (16); grandson Herman (1). Everyone in the household was born in TN. Alex was a farmer; Orville was a farm laborer. (Editorial Note: At the time this census was taken, he was living next door to his future wife, Adelaide Davis.]

He's found in the 1940 census in Dunns Creek, Sevier County, TN: MADDRON, Ben (62); wife Adelaid (40); sons Carl (10) and Clarce (8). Everyone in the household was born in Tennessee. Ben was a farmer.

His last wife, according to his death certificate, was Lucinda Lowe Maddron.
 
Maddron, Benjamin Richard (I1639)
 
78 According to his death certificate, he was divorced. Obituary: Ambrose O'Mara BELLEVUE, O. -- Funeral services will be held at 8 a.m. Wednesday in St. Anthony's church, Milan, for Ambrose J. O'Mara, 63, of Milan, brother of Mrs. A. A. Wilhelm, Bellevue. Mr. O'Mara, a life-long resident of Milan, died Sunday in Norwalk Fisher-Titus Memorail hospital after an illness of several months. Additional survivors are a sister, Miss Louise O'Mara of Milan and a brother, Henry, of Lowell, Ind. Friends may call at the residence Tuesday. [Fremont News Messenger; p. 2, col. 4] O'Mara, Ambrose James (I259)
 
79 According to his death certificate, his mother's name was Mary Metzger

From the Louisville Ohio Centi-Silverama 1834 - 1959, Historical Souvenier Program, August 22-29, 1959: Frank (Cap) Guittard Frank Guittard is remembered well by many of our citizens as "Cap" Guittard the Village Marshal who maintained law and order and withal had the respect and the admiration of young and old alike. "Cap" served the town as Marshal 51 years and 7 months. He was elected 26 times in succession, an unprecedented record. His term of service ran from 1892 to 1943. For most of the period he had no assistants and was on duty or on call 24 hours a day. During the early portion of this period Louisville had a curfew law and the youngsters had to be off the streets at the designated time. This time was signalled by "Cap" beating his night club against the pipes supporting a roof over the sidewalk at Rebillot's Meat Market. One of Capt's duties, and a frequent one, was to house in the "calaboose" and to feed the wayfaring tramps who came via Pennsylvania R.R. freight "pullmans" or walked either tracks or roads. Frank Guittard is still living at this writing and is now 94 years of age. He resides at the Florence Haven Rest Home in Canton.

Obituary from the Louisville Herald, p. 1, 10/1/1959: Death Claims Frank (Cap) Guittard at 95 Frank (Cap) Guittard, 95, of 131 East Broad street, Louisville, died Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Florence Haven rest home in Canton, where he resided since August 1955. He had made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Ruth Snyder following the death of his wife Sally in 1944. He served as Louisville's marshal for nearly 52 years, retiring in his 26th term in 1943 when he was 79 years old. Mr. Guittard never owned or drove an automobile. At times in the latter years, motorcycle police [obituary damaged ... unreadable in this portion] He served under 11 mayors and saw duty in three different village halls. He reported that in 1906 or 1908 he carried an eight-pound repeating riot gun on his rounds after a series of bank robberies in the area. He was shot at three times, with one bullet piercing his coat shoulder as he flushed a railroad worker from a shed. He didn't notice the shot nicked his clothing until someone called his attention to the hold later. He was born in Belfort, and came to Louisville as a young boy where he spent the remainder of his life. He was a member of St. Louis Catholic church and belonged to McKinley Lodge 27 of the Fraternal Order of Police for 39 years. Besides a daughter he is survived by two grandchildren, five great-grandchildren. Services were held Wednesday at St. Louis church and burial in Union cemetery was in charge of Paquelet funeral home. 
Guittard, Frank (Cap) (I13153)
 
80 According to his grave, his date of birth is April 23, 1866; however, according to his death certificate, his date of birth is April 26, 1866. According to family history, his oldest daughter Elizabeth (Lizzie) was about five years old when they moved from the Bohanan log cabin to what is now known as the Emert home place, which means that house was built about 1895.

The family is found in the 1900 Census in Sevier County, TN, living with Mary Jane's father and step-mother.

He's found in the 1910 census in District 13, Sevier County, TN: BOHANAN, William (80; married twice); wife Mary (60; married once); his daughter and her family: EMMERT, Mary J. (40; married once); John R. (44); Lizzie E. (20); Kettie (18); Perlie M. (16); Sarah R. (13); Carrie M. (10); Hattie (7); Freeman (4); Nannie B. (2). William and Mary had been married 30 years; Mary was mother of one child, who was still living. Mary Jane and John had been married 22 years; Mary Jane was mother of 9 child, 8 of whom were still living. Everyone in the household was born in Tennessee, as were their parents; except for William's mother, who was born in Virginia. William and John were farmers. Lizzie was a school teacher for the public schools.

He's also found in the 1920 Census, 13th District, Sevier County, TN: Emert, John R. (age 63); wife Mary J. (50); daughter Hattie (17); son Freeman W. (14); daughters Blanche (12) and Gypsy (8).

Will of John Redman Emert: I John R. Emert being of sound mind but feeble body make this my last will and testament this Jan. 16, 1922. My first request is that all my just debts be paid. Second I will all my Property to my wife mary J. Emert during her life and she is to use the income for her support and my wife mary J. Emert with the help of John Jinkins are to invest my property in a farm are home for her and the children to live on that are yet at home and at my wife death to be divided equal between Elizabeth Jenkins, Kettie Gobble, Pearl Fowler, Moishua Williams, Carie Huskey, Hottie Emert, Freeman Emert, Blanch Emert & Gypsy Emert. Third I request that after the death of my wife that John Jenkins be my executor and place tomb rocks to me and my wife grave. Signed by his mark "X" Signed the January 16, 1922 Witnessed by A. F. Stott, Kettie Gobble, Lizzie Jenkins Probate by the court court of Sevier County Oct. 9, 1922. H.D. Bailey, County Court Clerk 
Emert, John Redman (I3174)
 
81 According to his obituary, he was born in Bagley, PA, Dec. 16, 1907. He moved to Cleveland at an early age, moved to Euclid in 1942, and lived there until he died Feb. 4, 2001. Kinkoff, Louis S. (I19301)
 
82 According to later census records, Patrick was born about 1854 in Wisconsin. His son Alfred was born in Janesville, which is Rock County, Wisconsin.

There was a Patrick Carroll the right age in Rock County, Wisconsin when the 1860 census was taken: CARROLL, Patrick (37); Joann (31); William (6); Patrick (4); Mary (2). Patrick, Sr. was a laborer. He and Joann were born in Ireland; the children were all born in Wisconsin. I only mention this because the younger Patrick was the same age as Patrick Joseph Crowley and was found in Rock County, Wisconsin. That family is still living in Janesville, Rock County, Wisconsin when the 1870 census was taken: CARROLL, Patrick (50); Johannah (41); Wm. (15); Patrick (14); Mary (12); Honora (9); Louisa (6). Patrick and Johannah were born in Ireland; the children were all born in Wisconsin.

In 1870, there was a Crawley family in Friendship, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin: CRAWLEY, Thomas (55); Alice (40); Mary (40); Patrick (17); John (16); Thomas (17); Ann (11); Monica (?) (11); Delia (4). Thomas, Alice and Mary were all born in Ireland; the children were all born in Wisconsin.

In 1870, there was also a Crowley family in Racine Ward 3, Racine County, Wisconsin: CROWLEY, Patrick (45); Ellen (41?); Patrick (14); Cornelius (11). Patrick's Sr. was a blacksmith. He and Ellen were born in Ireland; the children were born in Illinois.

In the 1880 census, we find a Patrick Crowley, living as a boarder with the Dougherty family in Eldorado, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin: CROWLEY, Patrick (26). He was born in Wisconsin, his parents were both born in Ireland.

There is also a P. J. Crowley found in the 1880 census in Sioux Falls, Minehaha County, Dakota Territory: CROWLEY, P.J. (26); wife Nellie (24); sons John F. (2) and Henry (4/12, having been born in February). P.J. was born Wisconsin; Nellie in New York; John in Minnesota and Henry in Dakota. P.J. was a teacher. [This corresponds with the 1900 cenus as far as ages and places of birth. Nellie was called Ellen in 1900; and Henry was called Patrick H. (H for Henry?).]

We're fairly certain that Patrick was in Rock County, Wisconsin in February 1888 because that is where and when his son Alfred was born. When Alfred registered for the WWI draft, he gave his date of birth as February 26, 1888 and his place of birth as Janesville, Wisconsin, U.S.A. His death certificate also gives his place of birth as Janesville, Wisconsin.

FYI: Rock County is one of the furthermost southern counties in the State of Wisconsin. Dane County is just north of Rock. Racine County is also a southern county, but just slightly east of Rock. Fond du Lac is further north, more toward the middle of the state.

I think we have found Patrick in the 1900 census in Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin: CROWLEY, Patrick (46; born July 1853); wife Ellen (45; born Jan. 1855); children John F. (22; born Sept. 1877); Patrick H. (20; born Feb. 1880); Clara C. (16; born Aug 1883); Alfonzis (12; born Feb. 1888); Theresa (10; born Jan 1890); Laura (8; born Jan 1892). Patrick and Ellen married when they were both 23 years old [which would be about 1876]. Ellen was the mother of nine children, six of whom were living when this census was taken. Patrick, Sr., Clara and Alfonzis were born in Wisconsin; Ellen was born in New York; John was born in Minnesota; Patrick, Jr. was born in South Dakota; Theresa and Laura were born in Illinois. Both Patricks were day laborers; John was a farm laborer; Clara worked at house keeping. ["Alfonzis" might actually have been Alfred, who later gave his date of birth as February 26, 1888. Alfred also said his father was born in Wisconsin; his mother in New York -- and that fits with this census record.]

Patrick is found in the 1920 census living with his son Alfred in Racine Ward 2, Racine County, Wisconsin: CROWLEY, Alfred J. (30); wife Pauline (30); daughter Marie (10); son Alfred (7); father-in-law Patrick J. (67). Everyone in the household was born in Wisconsin. Alfred's father was born in Wisconsin, his mother in New York. Pauline's parents were born in Germany. Patrick's father was born in Ireland, his mother in New York. Alfred was an electrician.

Patrick is found in the 1930 census on Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH: CROWLEY, Alfred J. (42); wife Hazel (53); children Robert (4 3/12); Ellen (3 3/12); Naomi (6/12); step-children Harry (8 10/12) and Edith (18); father P. J. Crowley (76). Alfred married for the first time at age 36; Hazel at age 15. Alfred was born in Wisconsin, as were both his parents. Hazel was born in Ohio, as were both her parents. The Crowley children were born in Ohio, their father in Wisconsin, their mother in Ohio. Harry was born in Ohio, his father in Tennessee and his mother in Ohio. Edith was born in Tennessee, her father in Tennessee and her mother in Ohio. Patrick was born in Wisconsin, his father in Ireland and his mother in New York. Robert was an electrician / factory.
(This is probably the same Alfred found in 1920 in Racine, Wisconsin. The marriage may have ended in divorce and he did not recognize it in the 1930 census, while Pauline claimed she was widowed. There is a two year discrepancy in the ages of the Alfred found in 1920 and the one found in 1930, but both were from Wisconsin, and both were electricians. The Alfred found in the 1920 census also had a father named Patrick, who was born in Wisconsin, with a father born in Ireland and a mother born in New York. Pauline claimed she was divorced in 1930; Marie and Alfred were named in Alfred Sr's obituary -- leading us to believe we have the correct census record for Alfred in 1920.) 
Crowley, Patrick Joseph (I57556)
 
83 According to the 1850 census, which was taken on August 13, 1850, he was 11 months old; making his birth about September 1849? His obituary reads: Samuel Huff, 83, d. Oct. 29. B. Huff Cem. 3 sons: Dr. J.H. Huff, J.C. Huff, Rt. 6, George Huff, Knox. 1 dau. Mrs. R.J. Blalock. 24 gchildren Huff, Samuel L. (I2970)
 
84 According to the 1880 Census for Cocke County, she was 77 years old, making her year of birth about 1803. Woodby, Elizabeth H. (I1743)
 
85 According to the 1880 census, he was born about 1866 in Tennessee. According to the records of Jones Cove Chapel, Sevier County, TN, he was born in North Carolina on June 6, 1865. His parents supposedly came to Sevier County around 1863. His father, Nimrod, was already deceased by the time the 1880 census was taken; his mother Nancy was listed as head of household. He's found in the 1880 census in Fair Garden, Sevier County, TN: WILLIAMS, Nancy (47; widowed); children Luvena (21); James (20); Levada (16); and Permenas (14). Everyone in the household was born in NC, except for Permenas, who was born in TN. James and Permenas were farm laborers. Williams, Permenas (I12541)
 
86 According to the 1880 census, she was adopted by Charles and Minnie Leets. Neuman, Leona (I44003)
 
87 According to the 1880 census, she was born in Ohio; however, according to the 1900 census, she was born in West Virginia. Howard, Lucy (I25757)
 
88 According to the 1880 census, where her age was given as 27, she was born about 1853; however, in the 1920 census her age was given as 64, making her year of birth about 1856. Shively, Frances (I12464)
 
89 According to the 1900 census, he was born in Alsace, France. Landeau, Frederick (I26716)
 
90 According to the 1900 census, he was born in December 1870 in Tennessee. Ball, Isaac M. (I5431)
 
91 According to the 1900 census, he was born in May 1860. He's found in the 1920 census in Nimishillen, Stark County, OH: REBILLOT, Louis (63); wife Dora (56); children Cecelia (21); Lewis (14); sisters-in-law SHIVELY, Frances (64), Jennie (62) and Mary (72). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio. Louis' father was born in France; his mother in Ohio. Dora's father was born in Ohio; her mother in France. Louis was a merchant in a grocery store; Cecelia was a stenographer for a construction company. Obituary published in the Louisville Herald on 3/21/1929: Louis P. Rebillot, 69, died Thursday night in the home of his daughter, Mrs. F. J. Keffler, 621 Arlington Ave. NW, Canton, following a long illness. Mr. Rebillot had been a life resident of Stark county and had lived the greater part of his life in Louisville. He is survived by his daughter, Mrs. Keffler; three sons, Wilfred of Canton; Conrad and Louis of Detroit; two sisters, Mrs. Ed Grisez of Alliance and Mrs. Paul Grisez of Louisville; three brothers: Frank and Eugene of Louisville, and Joseph of Canton. The funeral services were held on Monday morning at St. Louis Catholic Church, conducted by Rev. N. P. Weckel and the burial was made in St. Louis Cemetery. Rebillot, Louis P. (I463)
 
92 According to the 1900 census, he was the adopted son of Edward and Adaline Ludlum. Shidler, Milton (I45273)
 
93 According to the 1900 census, she was born in February 1897. Miller, Mary Elizabeth (I4240)
 
94 According to the 1900 census, she was born in May 1870. She's found in the 1910 census in Canton Ward 1, Stark County, Ohio: BRUMBAUGH, George (34); wife Julia (34); son Joseph (6). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio; George's father was born in Pennsylvania, his mother in Ohio; Julia's parents were both born in France. George was a conductor / st. railway. Socie, Julia (I720)
 
95 According to the 1900 census, she was born in May 1875 in Tennessee. She's found in the 1930 census in District 1, Sevier County, TN: BALL, Lettie (64; widowed); children Nellie (Campbell) (22; widowed); Harrison (20); Thomas (17); Ollie B. (female; 36); grandchildren Ray CAMPBELL (4); Hazel CAMPBELL (2); and Homer (7). Everyone in the household was born in TN. Harrison was a farmer; Thomas a farm laborer. Benson, Lettie Ann (I5430)
 
96 According to the 1900 census, she was born in September 1848; however, according to the dates on her grave, she was born on February 6, 1849. She's found in the 1860 census in Russell County, Virginia: SALYER, Melinda (46); Henry M. (16); George (13); Lavisa J. (11); John (6). Place of birth was not given on this census. Salyer, Lavisa Jane (I25577)
 
97 According to the 1910 Census, her name was "Jewell M. McMahon." She was listed in the household of her father, James McMahon, in that census. She's found in the 1930 census in Lyme Township, Huron County, OH, living with her brother Edward and her sister Bell: McMAHON, Edward (50; single); sister Bell MEREDITH (45; widowed); sister Jewell McMAHON (47; single); nieces MEREDITH, Imogene (17); Jewell (15); Isaline (?) (10); lodger Henry ROPE (36). Edward and Henry were farmers. Her husband, Fred Bumb, gave the information for her death certificate. Jewell Bumb died on March 24, 1946 at the age of 68 years, 9 months and 4 days. Her date of birth was June 20, 1877 and she was born in Huron County, Ohio. She was a housewife. Her parents were James McMahon and Bridgid Perry. James was born in Ireland; Bridgid in Vermont. McMahon, Jewell (I1155)
 
98 According to the 1910 census, Yaro was the adopted son of Joseph and Josephine Kriz. Kriz, Yaro (I44772)
 
99 According to the 1910 Miracode index, her place of birth was Germany. However, when her children were asked her place of birth (in the 1920 census and the 1930 census), they indicated she was born in Poland. Josephina's last name was Pawlaczyk. Her parents were Jakob Pawlaczyk and Jadwiga Kaczor (?). Mary Florence Kulwicki is my maternal grandmother. She married Adelbert (known as George) Azbart. Their 5th child (of 6) Mary Ann is my mother. [Source: Michelle Winters] She's found in the 1920 census in Toledo, Lucas County, OH: KUREK, Martin (40); wife Josephine (39); children Stanley (8); Agnes (5); Anthony (3); stepchildren KULWICKI, John (20); Alozy (17); Anna (15); Mary (12). Martin and Josephine were born in Poland; Martin having immigrated in 1905 and Josephine in 1893. All of the children were born in Ohio. Martin, John and Alozy were all laborers in an auto factory. She's found in the 1930 census in Toledo, Lucas County, OH: KUREK, Martin (50); wife Josephine (50); stepson KULWICKI, Alosie (27); children KUREK, Stanley M. (18); Agnes H. (16); Anthony (13); Martha R. (9). Martin and Josephine were born in Poland; all the children were born in Ohio. Martin, Alosie and Stanley were all laborers. Pawlaczyk, Josefina (I19719)
 
100 According to the 1920 census, he was born in Scotland; however, according to the application for marriage license when he married Gertrude Baur, he was born in Cleveland, Ohio. When the 1900 census was taken, he was found in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. According to that census, his father was born in Scotland, while the remainder of the household was born in Ohio. Obituary: Id#: 0640593 Name: Moffatt, LeRoy J. Date: Mar 25 1965 Source: Plain Dealer; Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #136. Notes: Moffatt. LeRoy J. Moffatt, beloved husband of the late Gertrude (nee Eaur), dear father of James W., William L., and Mrs. Betty Keller, foster father of Mrs. Nancy Emerson, and grandfather, Monday. Friends may call at the Zimmer Funeral Home, 2777 W. 14th St., Thursday 2-5 And 7-10 P. M. Services Friday, March 26, at 1:30 p. m. Interment at Acacia Park Cemetery. Newburgh Lodge No. 379, F. and A. M. will held services on Thursday evening at 8 p. m. Rev. Harry B. Parrottt officiating. Frank E. Banta Service. Moffatt, Leroy (Roy) James (I43974)
 

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