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Samuel MC CONNELL




George E. MC CONNELL 4/05 (1855 - 1925).
          (Josiah Mc Connell 3/01, John Mc Connell 2/04, Samuel Mc Connell 1/01?)

     He was married to Anna J. FRYER (Jan., 1857 in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Oh - March 15, 1951 in Leesville, Ohio) on Jan. 1, 1885.

George E. MC CONNELL and Anna J. FRYER had the following children:

     The 1910 Census reports show that they had been married 20 years and did not have any children.


Details of the life of George E. MC CONNELL 4/05
     BIRTH: August 23, 1855 in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.
                    4 years old & born in Ohio on the 1860 Census in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.
                    15 years old & born in Ohio on the 1870 Census in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Oh.
                    24 years old & born in Ohio on the 1880 Census in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Oh.
                    44 years old & born in Ohio on the 1900 Census in Allegheny, Allegheny Co., Pa.
                    54 years old & born in Ohio on the 1910 Census in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., Pa.
                    64 years old & born in Ohio on the 1920 Census in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., Pa.
     MARRIAGE: Anna J. FRYER on January 1, 1885.
     OCCUPATION: Farmer.
     DEATH: February 26, 1925 in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.
     BURIAL: Harlem Springs Cemetery, Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.

     (On the 1930 Census in Harlem Springs, Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio, Anna J. Mc Connell lived wih her nephew, Homer BURRIER. Anna was 71 years old and a farmer. Homer was a rural mail carrier.)




George's obituary in the Free Press Standard, Carrollton, Ohio, Thursday, March 5, 1925.

     George E. McConnell, son of Josiah and Martha McConnell was born August 23, 1855, in Le Township, Carroll County, and died February 26, 1925. On January 1, 1885, he was married to Miss Anna J, Fryor, also of Lee Township, where they lived together all these many days. Mr. McConnell was an active farmer all his life, doing whatever was to be done the very best he could do it. He was well liked by all who knew him, and was a straightforward, upright man, a good neighbor and a friend in need.

     The following brothers and sisters survive; Mrs. Anna Yeager of Harlem, Mrs. Eva Gault of Harlem, Wesley McConnell of Harlem, and Howard McConnell of Wisconsin. Deceased brothers and sisters are; Ed McConnell, Kathryn McConnell, Mrs. Lizzie Kelley, Mrs. Ida Carpenter, John McConnell and William McConnell.



(Note: If a date has before it "about", that means that the year has been estimated from an age given on a Census report.)

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