Salina Anna MCCONNELL 4/04 (1853 - 1937).
(Josiah McConnell 3/01, John McConnell 2/04, Samuel McConnell 1/01?)
She was married to Williaam Henry Yeager (Dec. 31, 1849 in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Oh -
Nov. 23, 1814 in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Oh) on Dec. 19, 1872.
Salina Anna MCCONNELL and William Henry YEAGER had the following children:
George E. YEAGER 5/01 (about 1875 in Ohio - ?)
Howard E. YEAGER 5/02 (February, 1876 in Ohio - ?).
Homer YEAGER 5/03 (May, 1879 in Ohio - ?).
Martha B. YEAGER 5/04 (about 1886 in Ohio - ?)
Details of the life of Salina Anna MCCONNELL 4/04
BIRTH: November 19, 1853 in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.
6 years old & born in Ohio on the 1860 Census in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.
27 years old & born in Ohio on the 1880 Census in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.
47 years old & born in Ohio on the 1900 Census in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.
57 years old & born in Ohio on the 1910 Census in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.
66 years old & born in Ohio on the 1920 Census in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.
77 years old & born in Ohio on the 1930 Census in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.
MARRIAGE: William Henry YEAGER on December 19, 1872.
OCCUPATION: House Keeper.
DEATH: December 8, 1937 in Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.
BURIAL: April, 1923 in Harlem Springs Cemetery, Lee Twp., Carroll Co., Oh.
Salina's obituary in the Free Press Standard, Carrollton, Ohio, Thursday, December 23, 1937.
Mrs. Annie Yeager, 85, died early Saturday following a short illness. She was a life resident of Harlem Springs community, a member of the M. E. Church and the widow of Henry Yeager. Services were held at 1:30 p.m. Monday in the church. Rev. R. J. Smith officiated, and burial was made in the local cemetery.
Surviving are three sons, Edward of the home, Howard and Homer of near Carrollton; 10 grandchildren and two brothers, Wesley McConnell of Harlem Springs and Howard McConnell of Alliance.
William's obituary, date of paper in unknown.
William Henry Yeager, son of Jacob and Mary Yeager, was born December 31, 1849, and died November 23, 1914, aged 64 years, 10 months and 22 days, being the youngest of six children. He was married December 19, 1872, to Salina Ann McConnell. To this union were born four children; George E., Howard E., Homer L., and Mrs. John Robbins. The widow and children, four grandchildren and one sister survive him. He united with the M. E. Church of Harlem Springs when a young man and remained a consistent member until death.
One Monday, November 16, after eating a hearty dinner, he went about his work and in about an hour he was stricken with paralysis. His friends were hopeful of his recovery until Friday, when he had a second stroke, after which he was unconscious until death. He was a farmer in Lee Township all his life. He was a good neighbor and a good Christian and will be missed by all.
Another obituary for Henry Yeager, paper unknown.
Henry Yeager, of Lee Township, died Monday of Paralysis. Funeral Wednesday at 10 a.m. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Robins, and three sons, Ed, Homer and Howard. Mr. Yeager was a life-long resident of Carroll County, a tiller of the soil, a citizen and a good democrat. He was born in 1849.
Henry's obituary in the Free Press Standard, Carrollton, Ohio, Thursday, November 26, 1914.
Henry Yeager, who was born December 31, 1849, in Lee Twp., where he lived his entire life, died Monday morning in his home near Harlem Springs and was buried Wednesday. Mr. Yeager was married 46 years ago to Anna McConnell, who survives with the following children: George E., of Lee Twp.; Howard, of Greenhill; Homer, of Union Twp.; and Mrs. John Robbins, of Kilgore. Mrs. Sarah Gotschall, of Kilgore, is a surviving sister. Mr. Yeager was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
(Note: If a date has before it "abt", that means that the year has been estimated from an age given on a Census report.)
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