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1870 Monroeville, Huron County Ohio Census - 16 June 1870 

182 197
Meyers Phillip 39 M W Day Lab Baden father/mother foreign cannot read or write (b.1831)
Margaret 35 F W Ireland father/mother foreign Attended school (b.1835)
Matthew 14 M W New York father/mother foreign Attended school (b. 1856)
David 11 M W New York father/mother foreign Attended school (b. 1859)
Henora 8 F W New York (b. 1862)
Thomas 5 M W New York (b. 1865)
Agnez 3 M? W New York (b. 1867)
Phillip 1 M W Ohio (b. 1870)
Barry, Honora 70 F W Ireland cannot read/write blind (b. 1800)

1880 Monroeville, Huron County Ohio Ridgefield 2 June 1880 Page 215

48 Myers Phillip W M 48 Married Watch on Depot Born in Germany (b. 1832)
Margaret W F 46 Born in Ireland (b. 1834)
David W M 22 Brakeman on RR Born in New York (b. 1858)
Honora W F 18 NY (b. 1862)
Thomas W M 15 NY (b. 1865)
Agnes W F 14 NY (b. 1866)
Phillip W M 10 NY (b. 1870)
Maggie W F 8 NY (b. 1872)

1900 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Lorain > Elyria > District 81 > Sixth Street

256 336 32 Seward, William H. Head 1C White Male January 1867 Age 33 Married 14 years Born in Ohio Father Ireland Mother Ireland Clerk Can read Can write Can speak English Owns House Free and Cleat
Agnis Wife White Female August 1869 Age 30 Married 14 years Born New York Father Pennsylvania Mother Ireland
Stanley Son White Male July 1891 Age 8 Born in Ohio Father Ohio Mother New York

1910 Census Lorain, Elyria Ohio Enumeration District: 0114

Seward William H Head M W 46 M23 Ohio
Agnes L Wife F W 38 M23 New York (b.1872??) (m. 1887)
Stanley Son M W 18 S Ohio New York

1920 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Lorain > Elyria Ward 4 > District 49

610 79 98 Middle Street
Seward William Head Male White 50 Ohio Salesman
Agnes Wife Female White 48 New York Father Ireland Mother Ohio

1930 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Lorain > Elyria > District 46

610 93 114 Middle Street
Seward, Agnes D Head Owns Home House valued at 10,000 dollars Female White 58 Widowed Can Read and write born in New York Father Germany Mother Northern Ireland No Occupation
Neiters, Roy Roomer Male White 27 Single Bookkeeper

Newspaper Articles

Daily Chronicle - Elyria Ohio - September 6, 1901
Mrs. Swift, of Cincinnati, is visiting her sister Mrs. William H Seward, 254 East Sixth street

Elyria Daily Reporter, The (Elyria, Ohio) > 1901 > November > 30
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Seward, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Bins, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Haserodt, Mr. S. A. H. Williams, took dinner at Colonial Hotel Cleveland, and went to the opera house in the afternoon of Thanksgiving day.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1913 > September > 11
Mrs. Will Seward, of Middle avenue, is spending a few days with Cleveland friends.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1913 > September > 19
Mrs. Will Seward, of Middle avenue, has been the gust of her cousin, Miss Cordelia O'Neill, in Cleveland this week, and in attendance at a number of the social affairs given for the destinguished [sic] Centennial visitors. On Tuesday she was in attendance at the banquet given at Hotel Hollenden by the Ladies of Cleveland to the wives of the notable speakers and visitors, Mrs. Seward's cousin, Miss O'Neill being one of the speakers at the reception. Mayor Baker opened the affair with a talk and Mrs. Baker closed the program, by telling what Cleveland women had accomplished during the past century. The affair was one of the most enjoyable of the "Perry" week.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1913 > September > 29
Gives Charming Dinner Party for Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Will Seward, of Middle avenue gave a delightful dinner party Sunday evening, the guests being Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Schurer and son of Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs [sic] Hurst, Misses Agnes and Clara Hart, of Cleveland, and Mr [sic] Nicholas of Chicago.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1914 > January > 26
Mrs. William Cairns of Lakewood is the expected guest today of Mrs. Will Seward of Middle avenue.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1914 > February > 5
Mrs. Will Seward, of middle avenue and house guest, Mrs. P. W. Myers, of Minot, Dakota, are Cleveland guests today. They will be members of a dinner and theatre party this evening, to the performance at the Colonial Opera House, "A Good Little Devil."

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1914 > February > 7
Will Give Buffet Luncheon for Guests
Mrs. Will Seward, of Middle avenue, will entertain on Monday afternoon at her home at a buffet luncheon., complementary to her houseguests, Miss Clara Hart, of Cleveland, and Mrs. P. W. Myers, of Minot, N. D. The hours will be from three to six.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1914 > February > 10
Luncheon Given for Guests Is Delightful Social Event
No social affair given this season in Elyria was more beautifully carried out than the buffet luncheon given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Will Seward at her home on Middle avenue, as a compliment to her house guests, Mrs. Meyers, of Minot, S. D., and Miss Clara Hart, of Cleveland. The drawing room in which Mrs. Seward received her guests was artistically trimmed with poinsettes [sic], ferns and plants, the same arrangement in the decorative scheme being carried out throughout the rooms. Mrs. Meyers and Miss Hart assisted Mrs. Seward in receiving, and Miss. Swift and the Misses Dorothy and Margaret Cahoon were in charge of the dining room. Red shaded candlelabras [sic] gave an added effect to the charming scheme. Guests who called between the hours of three and six numbered about thirty-five, and during the hours beautiful music was rendered by a Victrola, screened by a lovely bank of ferns and flowers. Following the luncheon at six o'clock, Mrs. Seward entertained at a dinner party, at which covers were laid for ten, the appointments being beautifully carried out in the suggestive colors of Valentine Day. The out of town guests were Mrs. Swilt, of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding and sister, of Lorain; Mrs. Meyers, of Minot, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hawkins of Lakewood, and Miss Clara Hart, of Cleveland.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1914 > February > 12
Will be Entertained In Cleveland
Mrs. Will Seward, of middle avenue, went to Cleveland, today, to join her recent guest, her sister, Mrs. P. W. Meyers, of Minot, N. D., where they will be the honored guests this evening at a dinner party followed by the theatre, given by Mrs. Sweard's cousins, the Misses O'Neal. Tomorrow, miss Clara Hart, of Cleveland, who has just returned from her delightful visit in Elyria, will entertain with a dinner and theatre party for Mrs. Seward and Mrs. Meyers. On Saturday, Mrs. Charles Cahoon will entertain at cards at her home on Seventh street, complementary to Mrs. Meyers, who returns to Elyria tomorrow night with Mrs. Seward.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1914 > September > 15
Mrs. Will Seward and Mrs. Cameron, of the lake shore, are guests today in Cleveland.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1914 > November > 20
The Funeral Service of Frank Seward, of Lodi street, at St. Mary's church, Thursday morning, was one of the largest ever held in the church.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1914 > December > 31
Entertain In Cleveland
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Meyers, of Minot, N. D., who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Seward and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cahoon were guests yesterday and today at the home of Mrs. Meyers' sister, Mrs. Eugent B. Cameron in Cleveland. Today Mrs. Seward and son, Stanley and Mr. and Mrs. Cahoon and family will go into Cleveland, where they will be guests this afternoon at a family dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Cameron at their home on One Hundred and First street and Euclid avenue. The dinner will be followed by a theatre party, following which, Mr. Meyers will be the host at a banquet given for the party and several other friends at one of the popular club houses. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers will accompany the Elyria party home tonight, and tomorrow will be guests at a big family New Year's dinner party given by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cahoon of Seventh street.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1915 > January > 11
Miss O'Neill, principal of the Marion School in Cleveland, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Seward, of Middle avenue, over Sunday.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1915 > January > 14
Mrs. Robert Lersch, Miss Etta Lersch, Mrs. A. C. Teasdale and Mrs. J. B. Seward were in Monroeville yesterday, on account of Mrs. Phillip Meyers, the mother of Mrs. Will Seward, and Mrs. Charles Cahoon, of this city.
The friends of Mrs. Charles Cahoon, Mrs. Will Seward, of this city, also the other relatives so well known in Elyria, are extending sincere sympathy to them on the death of their mother, Mrs. Phillip Meyers, of Monroeville, which occurred Tuesday. Mrs. Meyers who was also lovingly known to a circle of Elyria friends, was surrounded at her death by her daughters, Mrs. Eugene B. Cameron of Cleveland, Mrs. Will Seward and Mrs. Charles Cahoon, of this city, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Meyers, of Minot, N. D. Three other sons, George, Thomas, and Dave, are on their way from the west to attend the funeral which will be held tomorrow in Clyde, O.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1915 > November > 12
Will Entertain For Mrs. Bentz
Mrs. Will Seward will entertain tomorrow afternoon at her home on Middle avenue at a five hundred party, which is to be given in honor of Mrs. Will T. Bentz of Cleveland recently of Elyria. Mrs. Deltz and miss Esther Hays, both of Cleveland will also be in attendance.

Elyria Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1915 > December > 11
Mrs. William Seward, of Middle avenue, returned home yesterday from a week's visit in Cleveland.

Elyria Reporter, The (Elyria, Ohio) > 1900 > November > 14
Geo. Myers, of Kansas City, and Dave F. Myers, wife and son, of Toledo, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Seward.

Elyria Reporter, The (Elyria, Ohio) > 1901 > June > 12
P. W. Myers, of Dallas, Tex., is in the city, visiting his sister, Mrs. W. H. Seward.

Elyria Reporter, The (Elyria, Ohio) > 1903 > March > 28
Misses Delia and Lillian O'Neill of Cleveland, O., is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W H Seward.

Elyria Reporter, The (Elyria, Ohio) > 1903 > October > 7
William Seward of Mansfield is the guest of W. H. Seward of F. H. Foster & Co.

Elyria Reporter, The (Elyria, Ohio) > 1906 > January > 4
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Swift returned to their home in Cincinnati after spending New Years Day with her sister Mrs. W. H. Seward.

Elyria Republican, The (Elyria, Ohio) > 1901 > September > 5
Mrs. George H. Swift, of Cincinnati, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. Seward.

Elyria Republican, The (Elyria, Ohio) > 1906 > August > 2
Mrs. Meyers and daughter, of St. Louis, spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs. Tom Seward and Mrs. Chas. Cahoon, of this city.

Elyria Republican, The (Elyria, Ohio) > 1909 > August > 5
The Misses Cordelia and Lillian O'Neil of Cleveland are spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Seward of Middle avenue.

Elyria Republican, The (Elyria, Ohio) > 1910 > August > 18
Mrs. Margaret Swift, who has been visiting in Cincinnati, returned Monday and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Seward of Middle avenue.

Elyria Republican, The (Elyria, Ohio) > 1910 > September > 22
Mrs. William H. Seward will spend Sunday in Monroeville with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Myers.

Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1908 > January > 4
Mrs. T. J. Myers, of Kansas City, is visiting Mrs. William Seward, of Sixth street.

Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1908 > January > 7
Mrs. William Seward, of Sixth street, Mrs. Swift, of Cincinnati and Mrs. T. J. Myers, of Kansas City are spending today in Cleveland.

Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1909 > January > 6
Mrs. Wm. Seward, of Middle avenue, delightfully entertained the One Dozen Card club on Tuesday afternoon. A few guests were invited, besides the club members, the out of town guests being: Mrs Blake, of Lorain; Mrs. Fertig, of Cleveland; Mrs. Meyers of Kansas City and Mrs. Swift, of Cincinnati. Mrs. Blake and Mrs. W. C. Parsch were awarded the club prizes and Mrs. Fertig of Cleveland, the guest's prize. Delicious refreshments were served.

Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1909 > September > 9
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Myers of Monroeville are spending today with their daughter, Mrs. William Seward, of Middle Avenue.
Miss Ethel Hudspeth of Delaware, O., will return home Friday after spending the past ten days with Mrs. William Seward of Middle avenue.

Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1910 > February > 8
Mrs. William Seward, of Middle avenue and her sister, Mrs. Margaret Swift, of Cincinnati, left Monday for a week's visit with friends in Cleveland, during which time they will attend several bridge parties and dinners.

Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1911 > January > 3
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Myers, of Minot, N. D., left for their home today, after a pleasant visit with his sisters, Mrs. William Seward, of Middle avenue and Mrs. Charles Cahoon, of Seventh street.

Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1913 > March > 5
Miss Florence Keating, of Detroit, Mich., is the guest for a few days of Mrs. Will Seward, of Middle avenue.

Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1916 > September > 9
Mrs. William Seward, of Middle avenue, is spending a week at Chippiwa Lake, the guest of Mrs. Fouchet.

Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1917 > February > 2
Mrs. Margaret Cameron, of Cleveland, who has been the guest of Mrs. William H. Seward, of Middle avenue, returned to her home Friday afternoon.

Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1917 > July > 27
Miss Alice Dieiz of Cleveland, who has been the guest of Mrs. William H. Seward, the past week, returned home last evening.

Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1918 > June > 24
Mrs. William Seward and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Stanley Seward, leave Wednesday on an extended auto trip through the east, including New York, Philadelphia, Washington and a trip through Berkshire Hills and the White Mountains.

Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1918 > July > 8
Elyria friends were in receipt today of the announcement of the birth of a nine and one-half pound son, to Mr. and Mrs. Phillip W Meyers, of Minot, N.D. Mr. Myers who is a brother of Mrs. W. H. Seward and Mrs. Charles Cahoon, and his wife have a large circle of friends here who are sending congratulations.

Evening Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) > 1918 > November > 9
Mrs. Eugene Cameron of Cleveland spent several days this week with her sister, Mrs. W. H. Seward of Middle avenue. Mrs. Stanley P Seward of Cleveland was also a guest at the Seward home this week.

Lorain County Reporter (Elyria, Ohio) > 1893 > July > 15
Mr. Wm H Seward will be found at Baker & Foster's store, next to Baldwin Lersch & co, where he will be pleased to meet all his friends, and assures them that he will sell them clothing at rock bottom prices.

The Elyria Chronicle (Elyria, Ohio) > 1906 > October > 3
Real Estate Transactions
Ada J. Surridge and Heorge N. Surridge to Agnes L. Seward. Land in the city of Elyria in Blocl 35; $2,100.

The Elyria Chronicle (Elyria, Ohio) > 1907 > March > 28
Mr. Seward will build a house on Middle avenue. It will be modern in all particulars.

The Elyria Chronicle (Elyria, Ohio) > 1907 > September > 28
Mrs. William Seward, Sixth street, has returned from a ten days' visit in Monroeville, having been called there by the illness of her mother.

The Elyria Chronicle (Elyria, Ohio) > 1908 > January > 7
Mrs. William Seward is entertaining Mrs. Swift, of Cincinnati, and Mrs. T. J. Myers, of Kansas City.

The Elyria Chronicle (Elyria, Ohio) > 1915 > January > 11
Miss O'Neal of Cleveland was the guest of Mr. Will Seward of Middle avenue.

The Elyria Chronicle (Elyria, Ohio) > 1915 > January > 15
Mrs Will Seward and Mrs. Charles Cahoon have returned from Monroeville where they have been during the past week on account of the illness and death of their mother, Mrs. Philip Meyers.

Death Record

SEWARD, Agnes L.
Death date: 2/21/1941, Lorain County
Certificate #11781