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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

238 360 387 8th??? Street Cahoon, Charles A. Head 2c White Male November 1862 Age 37 Married 8 years Born in Ohio Father New York Mother Ohio Constable Can read, write, and speak English Owns a home with a mortgage
Nora V Wife White female January 1862 Age 38 Married 8 years 2 children 2 alive Born in New York Father Germany Mother Ireland Can read, write, and speak English
Dorothy P Daughter White Female March 1897 Age 3 Born in Ohio
Margaret A Daughter White Female August 1899 Born in Ohio

1910 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Lorain > 4-Wd Elyria > District 114

238 135 143 East Seventh Street
Cahoon, Charles A Head Male White Age 47 Married 17 years Ohio Ohio Ohio Deputy Sheriff
Nora Wife wf Female White 45 3 children 2 alive Born New York Father Germany Mother Ireland Dress Maker At Home
Dorothy P Daughter Female White 13 Ohio
Margaret A Daughter Female White 10 Ohio

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

238 134 161 Seventh Street
Cahoon, Charles Head Owns Ome House valued at 8,000 dollars Male White 65 Married 27 years Born in Ohio Father Holland Mother Ohio Deputy at Country Clerk Courthouse
Nora Wife Female White 62 Born in New York Father Germany Mother Ireland

Newspaper Accounts

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 > 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 > 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 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.

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) > 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.

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.