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Notes for James Goold CUTLER


SOURCE:  WIKIPEDIA
James Goold Cutler
James Goold Cutler (April 24, 1848  April 21, 1927) was a prominentRochester,
New York architect and businessman, and served as the Mayorof Rochester from
1904 to 1907.[1] He was born in Albany, New York,the son of John N. Cutler and
Mary E. (Goold) Cutler.[2] On September27, 1871, he married Anna Catherine
Abbey, and in 1872 he and hisbrother J. W. Cutler moved with their families to
the Rochester, NewYork area.[3] Here he was a practicing architect from 1872
to 1884 inpartnership with Andrew Jackson Warner (1833–1910) from 1875
to1877.[4] He was a republican presidential elector for New York Statein 1896
and was the mayor of Rochester, N.Y. from 1904 to 1907. He wasthe inventor of
the Cutler mail chute, a mail delivery system for tallbuildings, and was
associated with his brother, J. W. Cutler, inmanagement of the Cutler
Manufacturing company, controlling andoperating the Cutler mail chute patents.
He died on April 21, 1927 inRochester and was eulogized by his many friends
including former U.S.president William Howard Taft, former governor of New
York CharlesEvans Hughes and former presidential candidate John W. Davis.

He was an inventor and proprietor of the U.S. Mail Chute; an Architectof
Albany, NY; Mayor of Rochester; President of the largest bank inthat city and
left $2,500,000.00 to the University of Rochester at hisdeath.

SOURCE:  Vail, William Penn, Moses Vail of Huntington, L.I. : showinghis
descent from Joseph (2) Vail, son of Thomas Vail at SalemMassachusetts 1640,
together with collateral lines  unknown: unknown,1947, 526 pgs.

SOURCE:  "Reshaping
Rochester"http://www.rrcdc.org/pdf/rr_2008_campbell_profile4.pdf
Cutler Union
Memorial Art Gallery
500 University Avenue
Rochester NY 14607
Cutler Union was built on the University of Rochester Women’s Campusat the
Prince Street Campus. Dedicated in 1932, the buildingfunctioned as the student
union for the campus just like studentunions do today with meeting rooms,
rooms to hang out in, do homeworkin, listen to music, or play cards. The large
auditorium was used fortheater productions, dances, diners, guest speakers and
concerts.Cutler Union replaced the Alumni Gymnasium, which was the pool,
lockerrooms and gymnasium for the men, before they moved to the River Campusin
1929.
Called Cutler Union after the benefactor, who gave the funds for thebuilding,
it was designed in the Collegiate Gothic style, per Mr.Cutler’s wishes.
James Gould Cutler (whose portrait hangs above thefireplace in the B & L
Parlor), was Mayor of Rochester from 1904 –1908, an architect, and the
inventor of the Cutler mail chute, asystem to deliver mail from multi-storied
buildings to one location onthe ground floor for postal pickup.
Cutler Union existed as a separate building until 1985 when it wasconnected to
the Memorial Art Gallery by the architectural firm ofHandler & Grosso. This
was one phase of an extensive redesign that sawthe Van den Brul Pavilion and
the new entrance facing University Aveconstructed, as seen today.

DEATH:  "Livingston Democrat"   Wednesday, April 27, 1927
James G. Cutler, twice mayor of Rochester, prominent businessman,banker and
philanthropist, died at his home in Rochester last Thursdayafternoon.

OBITUARY:  "The Daily Record"  Saturday, April 23, 1927
Former Mayor
Cutler's Funeral
The funeral services for James G. Cutler, former Mayor of Rochester,prominent
in architectural, banking and educational circles and widelyknown as the
inventor of the mail chute that bears his name, who diedThursday at the age of
78 years at his residence in East Avenue, willbe held this afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at St. Paul's Episcopal Churchand interment will take place at Mt.
Hope cemetery, Rev. George E.Norton officiating.
The honorary bearers will be Major O'Neil, Edwin A. Fisher, Dr. EdwardW.
Mulligan, Edward A. Halbleib, Joseph T. Al.ling, Thomas E. Lannin,Edwin A.
Stebbins, Edward Harris, John Craig Powers, Herbert J. Winn,Charles F. Pond,
A.B. Eastwood, Frederick K. Knowlton Francis S.Macomber, Hiram W. Sibley,
Rufus A. Sibley, J.H. Gilmore, Dr. RushRhees, George Eastman, Francis B.
Mitchell, Dr. Charles A. Dewey,James A. Watson, Walter S. Hubbell, Joseph W.
Taylor, Roland B.Woodward, George H. Perkins, J. Foster Warner, Edward Bausch,
ErnestR. Willard and Edward G. Miner.
The ushers at the church will be F. Harper Sibley, Thomas C. Spencer,David C.
Barry, Frank S. Thomas, John B. Pike, Charles E. Stearns andRaymond N. Ball.
Mr. Cutler was a native of Albany, N.Y., coming to Rochester in 1872.Flags on
civic buildings and banking houses were displayed at halfmast as a mark of
respect and in honor of the work of a distinguishedcitizen departed.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
James Goold [sic] Cutler
Birth:  1848
Death:  1927
Buried:  Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester, Monroe Co., NY
Tombstone photo on memorial
Personal photo on memorial too.

WILL:  "The Daily Record"  [Rochester, Erie Co., NY]  Saturday, May14, 1927
JAMES G. CUTLER
WILL IS OFFERED
BY THE EXECUTOR
University of Rochester Resid-
unary Legatee After Rel-
atives and Hospitals
The last will and testament of James Goold Cutler, a former Mayor ofRochester,
who died at his home in this city, April 21, 1927, wasfiled for probate late
yesterday afternoon by Hubbell, Taylor, Goodwin& Moser, attorneys for the
executor, the Lindoln-Alliance Bank ofRochester, N.Y.
Paragraph First of the will reads:  "I direct that my remains becremated and
the ashes placed in a  copper box and sealed up in theplace prepared for them
in the "Cutler" mausoleum in Mount Hopecemetery in Rochester, New York."
Paragraph Second is:  "I authorize and direct my executor, hereinafternamed,
to sell the real estate which I may own at the time of mydecease and to
distribute and pay over the proceeds thereof asfollows:
"To St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church of Rochester, N.Y., $20,000to be
added to the En dormant Fund of said church.
"To Rochester General Hospital, $10,000.
"To Rochester Homeopathic Hospital, $10,000.
"To Highland Hospital, $10,000.
"To Infants' Summer Hospital, Charlotte, N.Y., $5,000.
"To Hillside Home for Children, $5,000.
"To Young Men's Christian Association at Rochester, $5,000.
"To Young Women's Christian Association at Rochester, $5,000.
"To Joseph Warren Cutler, my brother, all personal property andeffects,
excepting stocks, bonds, notes, and other securities, in orusually kept in my
house or garage at 666 East Avenue, Rochester,N.Y."
"____ devise and bequeath all the rest, residue and remainder of myproperty
and estate to the University of Rochester of Rochester, N.Y.subject however to
the following conditions:"
The conditions are payment by the University of Rochester to JosephWarren
Cutler, a brother, an an unity of $5,000; to Clarence B.Cutler, a brother, an
annuity of $2,500; to Fanny G. Harden , asister, an annuity of $2,500.
To Cutler Goodrich Collins, a grandnephew, $1,200 per year until hereaches the
age of 21 years and the sum of $15,000 when he reachesthat age.
To Stephen Abbey, a grandnephew, a bequest in all respects similar tothat
directed to be paid to Cutler G. Collins.
The will was signed December 23, 1924, and subscribed by the testatorand three
witnesses.
The petition for the probate of the will recites that the real estateof the
decedents exceeds in value $60,000 and the personal estate$100,000.
Pemberton Cutler, a brother of James G. Cutler, residing at Hartford,Conn., is
mentioned in the petition, but not in the will.
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Notes for Silas Condict CUTLER


BIRTH:  "New Jersey, Births and Christenings, 1660-1980," index,FamilySearch
(https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FZZX-352)
Name:	 Silas Condict Cutler
Gender:	 Male
Christening Date:	 04 Nov 1803
Christening Place:	 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, MORRISTOWN, MORRIS, NEWJERSEY
Birth Date:	 13 Jan 1802
Father's Name:	Joseph Cutler
Indexing Project (Batch) Number:	C50559-1
System Origin:	 New_Jersey-ODM
GS Film number:	0899807 V. I

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Dr. Silas C. Cutler
Birth:  Jan 31, 1802
Death:  Jun 29, 1842
Buried:  First Presbyterian Churchyard, Morristown, Morris Co., NJ
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Amy CUTRIGHT


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for KS, Woodson Co., Eminence City.  EdwardDumond is 31
years of age and born in Ohio.  He is listed as farming.He is married but the
wife's name is blurred so I cannot tell what itis.  She is 23 years of age and
was born in IL.  Edward's mother, Amyis living with them, she is 61 years of
age.  His sister, Lucy is alsoliving with them, she is 20 years. of age.

I have also seen her last name spelled Cutwright.

OBITUARY:  DUMOND - At her home in Eminence township on Thursday the25th of
Oct., Grandma Dumond, aged 66 years and 7 months.
The deceased was born in Seneca Co., Ohio, March 26, 1817, was marriedFebruary
19, 1835 to Jackson Dumond, in Ohio, and in 1845 moved toIndiana, thence in
1867 to Woodson county, Kansas, where she liveduntil her last removal to the
better land.  Sister Dumond was for overforty years a member of the Baptist
church and now goes to join herhusband  eight children in the home of the
blest.  Five are left tomourn her loss and may the Lord bless them.  Her
funeral was preachedat the house by the writer from Job 14, 6th and 7th
verses, theattendance being large, after which her remains were returned
tomother earth there to await the general resurrection.  M. Frame, 1883.[Note: 
I do not have newspaper name or date for this obituary]

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Amy Dumond
Birth:  unk
Death:  Oct 23, 1883
Inscription:
Aged 66yrs 6ms 27ds
Buried:  Buffalo Cemetery, Buffalo, Wilson Co., KS
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for CUTSHALL


The last name may be spelled Cutshaw.
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Notes for Arthur M CUTSHALL


Did not find him in the WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index.  Arthur Cutshall, b. 30 Jan 1894;d. Nov
1963.  Residence of record:  Tennessee.  Card issued in TN.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Arthur M. Cutshall
Birth:  30 Jan 1894
Death:  31 NNov 1963
Buried:  River Hill Cemetery, Greeneville, Greene Co.,
TN
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Notes for Charles CUTSHALL


BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Charles E. Cutshall
Birth:  9 Sep 1927
Death:  29 Jul 2011
Buried:  Sexton Cemetery, Greeneville, Greene Co.,
TN
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Notes for Dorcas CUTSHALL


d/o William Cutshall (1816-1894) & Nancy Ann Ricker (1824-1895)

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Dorcas Cutshawl Taylor
Birth:  3 Jun 1848
Death:  9 May 1929
Inscription:  Wife of A. Taylor
Buried:  Beersheba Cemetery, Houston Valley, Greene Co., TN
Tombstone photo on
memorial
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Notes for George Ervin CUTSHALL


DEATH:  Social Security Death Index - George Cutshall, b. 13 Apr 1923;d. 28 Aug
1995.  Residence of record: Greeneville, Greene Co., TN.Card issued in TN.  
Aug 2003

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
George E. Cutshall
Birth:  13 Mar 1923
Death:  28 Sep 1995
Inscription:  US Army CPL, WWII
Buried:  Andrew Johnson National Cemetery, Greeneville, Greene Co., TN
Tombstone photo on
memorial
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Notes for Neppie CUTSHALL


d/o David Grant Cutshall (1861-1935) and Mary Jane /Payne/ Cutshall(1864-1936)

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.comNeppie Cutshal HoustonBIRTH:   Jul 28,1899DEATH: 
Sep 18, 1985BURIED:  River Hill UMC Cemetery,Greenville, Greene Co., TN
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Ana Lea CUTSHAW


CENSUS:  1930 US Census for TN, Greene Co., Civil District 2, District3. 
Crusoe Cutshall is 30 years of age, born in TN and a laborer on alogging crew. 
His wife, Nola, is 27 years of age and born in TN.They have been married 8
years.  Children:  Naomi, age 6; and Ana Lea,age 3 1/2 years - both were born
in TN.

Married Harry Chandler

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Ana Lea Cutshaw Chandler
Birth:  Feb 15, 1927
Death:  Sept 2, 2004
Buried:  River Hill UMC Cemetery, Greeneville, Greene Co., TN
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Chester Crusoe CUTSHAW


CENSUS:  1930 US Census for TN, Greene Co., Civil District 2, District3. 
Crusoe Cutshall is 30 years of age, born in TN and a laborer on alogging crew. 
His wife, Nola, is 27 years of age and born in TN.They have been married 8
years.  Children:  Naomi, age 6; and Ana Lea,age 3 1/2 years - both were born
in TN.

DEATH:   U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File,1850-2010
Name:	Chester Crusoe Cutshaw
Gender:	Male
Birth Date:	27 Apr 1899
Death Date:	9 Jun 1978
SSN:	411147813
Branch 1:	ARMY
Enlistment Date 1:	20 Nov 1920
Release Date 1:	14 Jul 1921

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index
Chester Cutshaw.
Birth:  27 Apr 1899
Death: Jun 1978
Residence of record:  Greeneville, Greene Co., TN.
Card issued from TN

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Chester Crusoe Cutshaw
Birth:  Mar 27, 1899
Death:  Jun 9, 1978
Buried:  River Hill UMC Cemetery, Greeneville, Greene Co., TN
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Kenneth Ronnie CUTSHAW


BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Kenneth R. Curshaw
Birth:  1948
Death:  Apr 18, 1973
Buried:  Greenlawn Memory Gardens, Greeneville, Greene Co., TN
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Neomi CUTSHAW


CENSUS:  1930 US Census for TN, Greene Co., Civil District 2, District3. 
Crusoe Cutshall is 30 years of age, born in TN and a laborer on alogging crew. 
His wife, Nola, is 27 years of age and born in TN.They have been married 8
years.  Children:  Naomi, age 6; and Ana Lea,age 3 1/2 years - both were born
in TN.

She was married to Deward Cart Rader

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Neomi Cutshaw Rader
Birth:  Jun 4,1 923
Death:  Mar 7, 2005
Buried:  Upper Paint Creek Cemetery, Greeneville, Greene Co., TN
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Tom Calvin CUTSHAW


Son of Robert Cutshall(Cutshaw?) and Mary Reaves.

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index.  Tom C. Cutshaw, b. 10 Sept 1922;d. 3 Oct
1995.   Residence of record:  Greeneville, Greene Co., TNCard issued in TN.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Tom Calvin Cutshaw
Birth:  Sept 10, 1922
Death:  Oct 3, 1995
Buried:  Greenlawn Memory Gardens, Greeneville, Greene Co., TN
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Mary A CUTTING


d/o Reuben F. and Sarah L. Cutting.
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Notes for Alice Ellen CUTTS


BIRTH:  Family Search.  IGI - Extracted birth record for localitylisted in
record.  Allice Ellen Cutts.  Birth:  20 Oct 1850, Pittson,Kennebec Co.,ME. 
Parents:  Washington Cutts & Lettice.  Batch:C502831.  Dates: 1880-1892.
Source Call #:  1033823.  Type:  Film.Printout Call #:  None.
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Notes for Alvin CUTTS


BIRTH:  Family Search.  IGI - Extracted birth record for localitylisted in
record.  Alvin Cutts.  Birth:  18 Jul 1857, Pittson,Kennebec Co.,ME.  Parents: 
Washington Cutts & Lettice.  Batch:C502831.  Dates: 1880-1892. Source Call #: 
1033823.  Type:  Film.Printout Call #:  None.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for ME, Kennebec Co., Pittston.  Pg. 354
B.(FamilySearch view).  Washington Cutts, self, 62, farmer, ME/ME/ME.Lettice
Cutts, wife, 60, keeping house, ME/ME/ME.  Alvin Cutts, son,22, works on ice,
ME/ME/ME.

OBITUARY:  "Daily Kennebec Journal" [Kennebec, Maine] Saturday, 17April 1937,
Pg. 4
Alvin Cutts
Alvln Cutts, 79, who figured prominently in the Kennebec Ice industrywhen it
was at its height, died on his farm on the River Road inPittston at 6:30
o'clock, Friday evening. He had lived all his life inthat town.He began his
career in the Ice business at the age offourteen, was once superintendent of
one of the largest Knickerbockerice plants in Smithtown, and was manager of
all the American IceCompany's houses below the Randolph bridge when  they had
control ofthe Industry.He was born on July 18, 1857. the son of Washington
andGladys (Tibbatts) Cutts He leaves several nieces, and nephews.Amember of
all the Masonic bodies in Gardiner, he was presented with afifty year medal by
the Grand Lodge of Maine about a year ago He was apast commander of the Maine
Commandery No 1.  His lodges were HermonLodge, No. 32, F and A M. Lebanon
Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, andMaine Commandery, K. T.Funeral services will
be held on Sunday at1:30 o'clock at the Plttston Congregational Church.
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Notes for Samuel W CUTTS


SOURCE:  Illustrated History Of Kennebec County Maine 1625 - 1892.H.W. Blake
and Company.  94 Reade St.  1892.
The following was taken from the Chapter "The City of Gardiner" -Personal
Paragraphs
Samuel W. Cutts, son of Washington Cutts, of Pittston, was born in1846. He
began in 1862 as engineer of steamboats and continued until1880, running both
stationary and steamer engines. Since 1880 he hasbeen superintendent of the
Gardiner Gas and Electric Light Company'sworks. He married Ellinette, daughter
of William Watson, of Pittston
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~megardin/gardiner.html

BIRTH:  Family Search.  IGI - Extracted birth record for localitylisted in
record.  Samuel W. Cutts.  Birth:  05 Feb 1846, Pittson,Kennebec Co.,ME. 
Parents:  Washington Cutts & Lettice.  Batch:C502831.  Dates: 1880-1892.
Source Call #:  1033823.  Type:  Film.Printout Call #:  None.
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Notes for Washington CUTTS


SOURCE:  History of Litchfield and an Account of Its CentennialCelebrations,
1895.  Augusta.  Kennebec Journal Print, 1897. Pg 356
Lived in Pittston, ME

SOURCE:  Town of Pittston ILLUSTRATED HISTORY of KENNEBEC COUNTY MAINE1625 -
1892
New York H.W. Blake and Company 94 Reade St. 1892 taken from thechapter Town
of Pittston starting with page 725 PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
Washington Cutts, born in 1817, is the youngest son of Samuel andCatherine
(Woodward) Cutts, and grandson of Samuel and Sarah (Hill)Cutts. Mr. Cutts'
father came to Pittston about 1800 and was ablacksmith by trade. Mr. Cutts is
a farmer. He married Lettice,daughter of Nathaniel and Hannah Tibbetts, and
granddaughter ofAbiather Tibbetts. Their two sons are Samuel W. and Alvin;
they lostone daughter, Alice.

Source: John Wesley Hanson, History of Gardiner, Pittston and WestGardiner
(Gardiner Me.: W. Palmer, 1852).     Washington Cutts, $16,84

BIRTH:  Family Search.  IGI - Extracted birth record for localitylisted in
record.  Washington Cutts.  Birth:  16 Aug 1818, Pittson,Kennebec Co.,ME. 
Parents:  Samuel Cutts & Kathrine.  Batch:  C502831.Dates: 1880-1892. Source
Call #:  1033823.  Type:  Film.  PrintoutCall #:  None.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for ME, Kennebec Co., Pittston.  Pg. 354
B.(FamilySearch view).  Washington Cutts, self, 62, farmer, ME/ME/ME.Lettice
Cutts, wife, 60, keeping house, ME/ME/ME.  Alvin Cutts, son,22, works on ice,
ME/ME/ME.
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Notes for James H CYPHER


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Dutchess Co., LaGrange.  Series: M653Roll: 740 
Page: 713.  James H. Cypher is 51 years of age, born in NYand a farmer.  His
wife, Phebe, is 52 years of age and was also born in NY.
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Notes for Julia E D'ARCHAMBAL


SOURCE:  "History and Genealogy of the Cock, Cocks, CoxFamily,Descended from
James and Sarah Cock, of Killingworth UponMatinecock, in the township of
Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York.1914.  Pg. 106

PUBLICATION:  "Sandusky Register"  [Sandusky, Ohio]  May 22, 1920
Mrs. Julia Giddings, who has been a guest of Rev. and Mrs. H.P.J.Selinger, W.
Main st., has returned to her home in Detroit, Mich.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for MI, Kalamazoo Co., Kalamazoo Ward 3.  E.D.164. 
Dwelling/Family:  140/162
Julia E. Giddings (boarder), 70, Wd, MI/France/VT.
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Notes for Emma Mildred DACHNER


d/o Wilhelm Julius Dachner & Hanna Maria Friederike Hank.

News article:  "Dixon Evening Telegraph"  [Dixon, Lee Co., IL]  30 Jan1945
VISIT IN GENOA
Mrs. Emma Weed and daughter, Irma, and Martin Ebert were Sundayafternoon and
evening visitors at the H.P. Williams home in Genoa,Ill.  Mrs. Laurence Weed
and son were also guests of the Williams.
Eric Laurence Weed, fireman, second class, of the Navy, and Mrs. Weedvisited
at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. E.M. Weed, before heleft last Friday
for his base.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Emma Mildred Dachner Weed
Birth:  Jun 1, 1881, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Death:  Oct 15, 1969,
Buried:  Oakwood Cemetery, Dixon, Lee Co.,
IL
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Notes for Lucy DAGGETT


DEATH:  Rhode Island Deaths and Burials, 1802-1950 LDS Film No.925491, Warwick
[LDS FamilySearch extraction]:
Name: Lucy Colvin
Death Date: 12 Jan 1858
Death Place: Warwick, Kent Co, RI
Age: 20; Est. birth date: 1838
Father's Name: Chas Dagett [sic, Daggett]
Mother's Name: Eliza Dagett

Buried first in Noah Colvin Lot, Scituate, Providence Co., RI [SC177].
Identifiable graves removed to Rockland Cemetery when Scituate Reservoir
constructed in early 1900s.
BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com

Lucy Daggett Colvin
Birth: 1838
Death:  Jan 12, 1858
Buried:   Rockland Cemetery, Scituate, Providence Co., RI
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Miranda DAGGETT


d/o Daniel Daggett (-- - 1863) and Osile Reynolds Daggett (1783-1870)

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for RI, Providence Co., Cranston.  E.D. 103.
Enumerated:  15 Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:  194/228
Alexander B. Cook, 34, carpenter, England/England/Scotland
  Sophia, 34, wife, keeping house, RI/RI/RI.
Marinda Colvin, 73, mother-in-law, RI/RI/RI.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Miranda Daggett Colvin
Birth: 1803
Death: Dec 26, 1896
Buried:  Nathan Potter Lot, Coventry, Kent Co.,
RI
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Notes for Betty Jean DAHARSH


BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Betty J. Daharsh Buettenback
Birth:  Nov 6, 1932
Death:  Jun 2, 1987
Buried:  Moses Hill Cemetery, Loomis, Phelps Co., NE
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Axel Eric DAHL


BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Axel Eric Dahl
Birth:  Feb 26, 1893
Death:  Aug 4, 1964
Burial:  Northview Cemetery, Dearborn, Wayne Co., MI
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Camilla Anna Maria DAHL


d/o Robert Abraham Hutchinson Dahl and Annette Mathilde Nelsen
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Notes for Frieda DAHLER


d/o Adolph Dahler and Anna Schwartz
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Notes for Minnie A DAHLKE


DEATH:  Washington Death Index, 1940 - 1996 (Ancestry.com)
Name: 	Minnie A Gormley
Date of Death: 	5 Aug 1983
Place of Death: 	Wenatchee
Age: 	71
Estimated Birth Year: 	abt 1912
Residence: 	Douglas
Gender: 	Female
SSN: 	539-07-8449
Certificate: 	022108

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.comMinnie A. Dahlke GormelyBIRTH:1912DEATH:  1983
BURIED:  Waterville Cemetery, Waterville, DouglasCo., WATombstone photo on
memorial
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Notes for Daniel DAILEY


BIRTH:  "Rhode Island, Births and Christenings, 1600-1914," index,FamilySearch
(https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F87N-QYT
Use as clue, not fact.
Name:	Daniel Daly
Gender:	 Male
Birth Date:	 05 Oct 1747
Birthplace:	 SCITUATE TWP,PROVIDENCE,RHODE ISLAND
Father's Name:	 Samuel Daly
Mother's Name:	Elizabeth
Indexing Project (Batch) Number:	C50197-1
System Origin:	 Rhode_Island-ODM
GS Film number:	
22256
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Notes for Samuel DAILEY


s/o Benjamin Dailey & Mary Taylor

May have spelled name Daily.

SOURCE:   Calvin, Claude W.  "The Calvin families : origin and historyof the
American Calvins, with a partial genealogy"  Pasadena, Calif.:unknown, 1945,
417 pgs. p. 177

WILL:  "Genealogical Directory of Rhode Island, Comprising Three Generations
of Settlers Who Came Before 1690," by John Osborne Austin [originally
published Albany, NY, 1887], p. 52:
1754, Oct. 5. Will -- proved 1759. Ex. son Samuel. To wife Phebe, privilege of
best room, whil widow. He gave 5s. each to the following children, Thomas and
Daniel Colvin, Abigail Franklin, Joseph Colvin, Elizabeth Dailey, Sarah
Burlingame, Mary Wright, Susannah Colvin, Temperanc [or Content]* Colvin and
Phebe Colvin. To son Richard £54 [pounds]. To son Rufus, £50. To son Samuel
all residue of estate real and personal, except the burying place.
Inventory, 2 cows, 5 sheep, hay, £25s, &c.
*Note: The reference to "Temperanc [or Content] Colvin" was an error later
corrected.

The will was witnessed by Samuel’s brother, James Colvin, and Benjamin and
John Fisk. On the actual document, after the signatures, appears this comment:
"The subscriber made, represent and attest that I made a mistake in the name
of one of the Legates named in the above Will and that Temperance ought to
have been written Contente. John Fisk." Dated Jan. 14, 1760.
[Source:  C.P.
Tilson]
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Notes for Sarah DAILEY


BIRTH:  "Rhode Island, Births and Christenings, 1600-1914," index,FamilySearch
(https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F87F-6X7.
No microfilm image - use as clue, not fact.
Name:	Sarah Daly
Gender:	 Female
Birth Date:	 13 Aug 1743
Birthplace:	 SCITUATE TWP,PROVIDENCE,RHODE ISLAND
Father's Name:	 Samuel Daly
Mother's Name:	Elizabeth
Indexing Project (Batch) Number:	C50197-1
System Origin:	 Rhode_Island-ODM
GS Film number:	
22256
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Notes for William E. DAILEY


s/o John H. Dailey and Mary Donlan

DEATH:  Vermont Death Records, 1909-2008   (Ancestry.com)
Copy of Original on file.
William E. Dailey Sr Gender: Male Birth Date: 20 Jun 1898 Birth Location: VT
Death Date: 13 Oct 1974 Death Location: Bennington,Bennington Cause Of Death:
Cenl Arteriosclerosis Veteran: World War IEra Residence: Shaftsbury, Vermont
Spouse's name: Mildred ParkerMother's Maiden Name: Donlan Mother's Name: Mary
Father's Name: JohnH. Dailey Date Filed: 15 Oct 1974 Vital Event Type:
Certificate ofDeath

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
William E. Dailey
Birth:  20 Jun 1898
Death:  13 Oct 1974
Buried:  Saint John the Baptist Cemetery
North Bennington, Bennington Co., VT
Tombstone photo on
memorial
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Notes for Harvey Charles DAINES


He was married 1st to a Neah Sunshine Reed.  22 Jun 1914 in JacksonCo., MI  LDS
Collection -- Michigan Marriage Returns, 1868-1925Sunshine R. Daines still
alive in 1954, living Shepar

In 1910, C Harvey Daines enumerated with his parents, Alfred & Jessie,in 4th
Ward, Jackson, Jackson Co., MI. In 1920 Harvey C & SunshineDaines enumerated
in 23rd Ward, Chicago, Cook Co., IL

MILITARY:  World War I Draft Registration Card:   Name: Harvey CharlesDaines. 
Address: Albion, Calhoun Co, MI.  Birthplace: Jackson, Mich.Birth Date: 28 Aug
1893.  Occupation:  Teacher

DEATH:  Florida Death Index, 1877-1998:  Name: Harvey Charles Daines.Death
Date: Sep 1966. County of Death: Broward. State of Death:Florida.

Social Security Death Index:   Name: Harvey Daines. Born: 28 Aug 1893.Died:
Sep 1966.  Last Residence: Zip 33020, Hollywood, Broward Co,FL.  Card issued
Illinois [Before 1951]
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Notes for James V DAKIN


BIRTH:  Ancestry.com. Essex County, New Jersey Quaker Records[database
on-line].
Quaker Records: Rahway & Plainfield Monthly Meetings Essex County, NewJersey
Name: Philip R Dakin
Relative: son of Zebulon, dec, & Thankful
Birth Place: Mansfield
Comment: *of Chester, OH
Spouse's Name: Sarah L Vail
Relative: daughter of James, dec, & Rachel
Birth Place: Warren
Marriage Date: 01 Dec 1830, (H)
Marriage Place: Plainfield
Child: James V; Zebulon B; Rachel L; William Henry
Comment: Cert to Upper Springfield 3-17-1831 for Sarah L, Sarah m(2nd) William
J Clifton & had cert to Kingwood with her 4 ch6-21-1848, Cert fr Center MM, OH
3-18-1841 for Sarah L & 4 minor ch

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
James V. Dakin
Birth:  Unk
Death:  Apr 20, 1887
Burial:  Friends Meeting House Cemetery, Plainfield, Union Co.,
NJ
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Notes for Mary Ann DAKIN


BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Mary Remington
Birth:  1856
Death:  1943
Buried: Knights of Pythias Cemeterty, Frankton, Madison Co., IN
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Philip Rockafeller DAKIN


SOURCE:  Ancestry.com. Essex County, New Jersey Quaker Records[database
on-line].
Quaker Records: Rahway & Plainfield Monthly Meetings Essex County, NewJersey
Name: Philip R Dakin
Relative: son of Zebulon, dec, & Thankful
Birth Place: Mansfield
Comment: *of Chester, OH
Spouse's Name: Sarah L Vail
Relative: daughter of James, dec, & Rachel
Birth Place: Warren
Marriage Date: 01 Dec 1830, (H)
Marriage Place: Plainfield
Child: James V; Zebulon B; Rachel L; William Henry
Comment: Cert to Upper Springfield 3-17-1831 for Sarah L, Sarah m(2nd) William
J Clifton & had cert to Kingwood with her 4 ch6-21-1848, Cert fr Center MM, OH
3-18-1841 for Sarah L & 4 minor ch
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Notes for Rachel Line DAKIN


BIRTH:  Ancestry.com. Essex County, New Jersey Quaker Records[database
on-line].
Quaker Records: Rahway & Plainfield Monthly Meetings Essex County, NewJersey
Name: Philip R Dakin
Relative: son of Zebulon, dec, & Thankful
Birth Place: Mansfield
Comment: *of Chester, OH
Spouse's Name: Sarah L Vail
Relative: daughter of James, dec, & Rachel
Birth Place: Warren
Marriage Date: 01 Dec 1830, (H)
Marriage Place: Plainfield
Child: James V; Zebulon B; Rachel L; William Henry
Comment: Cert to Upper Springfield 3-17-1831 for Sarah L, Sarah m(2nd) William
J Clifton & had cert to Kingwood with her 4 ch6-21-1848, Cert fr Center MM, OH
3-18-1841 for Sarah L & 4 minor ch
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Notes for William Henry DAKIN


BIRTH:  Ancestry.com. Essex County, New Jersey Quaker Records[database
on-line].
Quaker Records: Rahway & Plainfield Monthly Meetings Essex County, NewJersey
Name: Philip R Dakin
Relative: son of Zebulon, dec, & Thankful
Birth Place: Mansfield
Comment: *of Chester, OH
Spouse's Name: Sarah L Vail
Relative: daughter of James, dec, & Rachel
Birth Place: Warren
Marriage Date: 01 Dec 1830, (H)
Marriage Place: Plainfield
Child: James V; Zebulon B; Rachel L; William Henry
Comment: Cert to Upper Springfield 3-17-1831 for Sarah L, Sarah m(2nd) William
J Clifton & had cert to Kingwood with her 4 ch6-21-1848, Cert fr Center MM, OH
3-18-1841 for Sarah L & 4 minor ch

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
William H. Dakin
Birth:  Unk
Death:  Sept 16, 1922
Inscription:  Age 83.  Son of Dr. Philip and Sarah L. Dakin
Burial:  Friends Meeting House Cemetery, Plainfield, Union Co.,
NJ
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Notes for Zebulon B DAKIN


BIRTH:  Ancestry.com. Essex County, New Jersey Quaker Records[database
on-line].
Quaker Records: Rahway & Plainfield Monthly Meetings Essex County, NewJersey
Name: Philip R Dakin
Relative: son of Zebulon, dec, & Thankful
Birth Place: Mansfield
Comment: *of Chester, OH
Spouse's Name: Sarah L Vail
Relative: daughter of James, dec, & Rachel
Birth Place: Warren
Marriage Date: 01 Dec 1830, (H)
Marriage Place: Plainfield
Child: James V; Zebulon B; Rachel L; William Henry
Comment: Cert to Upper Springfield 3-17-1831 for Sarah L, Sarah m(2nd) William
J Clifton & had cert to Kingwood with her 4 ch6-21-1848, Cert fr Center MM, OH
3-18-1841 for Sarah L & 4 minor ch

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Zebulon B. Dakin
Birth:  Oct 26 1832
Death:  Oct 16, 1873
Inscription:  Son of Dr. Phillip and Sarah L. Dain
Burial:  Friends Meeting House Cemetery, Plainfield, Union Co., NJ
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Mary A DALABA


d/o Joel Dalaba and Electa Hitchcock.

BURIAL:  Bates Cemetery, Town of Johnsburg, Warren Co,
NY.http://files.usgwarchives.org/ny/warren/cemeteries/johnsburg/bates.txt
COLVIN, Mary DALABA, (wife of Stephen COLVIN), 1862 -
1937
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Notes for Mary L DALABA


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for VT, Rutland Co., Middletown. Enumerated:  19 Aug
1850. Dwelling/Family:  673/695
William Dalaby, 51, farmer, b. NY
Mercy, 30 VT   [Is this Mary?}
Joel, 18, farmer, VT
Sarah, 16, VT
Lucinda, 10, VT
William, 11, VT
Eunice, 7, VT
James, 1, VT
Horace Russell, 17, laborer, VT
Note:  Did not find other members of this family for sure in the 1860 census!

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Washington Co., Hartford.  District:145. 
Enumerated: 15 & 16 June. Dwelling/Family:  262/283.  Mary Colvin, 50, wd,
house keeping, VT/VT/VT.  Edward, 19, son, farmlaborer, NY/NY/VT.  Amby, 14,
son, farm laborer, NY/NY/VT.  Laura, 12 ,dau., at school, NY/NY/VT.  George,
10, son, at school, NY/NY/VT.

BURIAL:  New Adamsville Cemetery (also called "Story Farm Cemetery") Located
on State Route 43, Adamsville, Washington County, NY.
http://www.familypage.org/newadamsville/newadams.htm  (with pictures)
Mary L. Colvin,
12/28/1829-12/25/1897
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Notes for Roxanne DALABA


d/o William Dalaba and Eunice Irish.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Warren Co., Warrensburgh, E.D. #126,p. 276A,
Dwelling & Family #373, enumerated 24 Jun 1880:   Colvin,Henry, 28, Laborer,
NY/NY/NY.  Debra R., 22, Wife, NY, Keeping House,NY/NY/NY.  Flora E. , 5,
Daughter, At Home, NY/NY/NY.  Roxy, 57,Mother, Wd, At Home, NY/NY/NY.  Jabes,
88, Grand Father, Married, AtHome, NY/NY/NY.

BURIAL: Warrensburg Funeral Books:
Name: Colvin, RoxieY-M-D: 68Residence: Wbg.Birth Place:VerMontDeath Cause:
ConsumptionDeath Date: 1/6Death Year:1893Buriel Date: Jan 8 1893Buriel
Place: Harrington HillBk/Page:2/69Comments: Wife of Jonathan Colvin, Mother
of Henry Colvin

Tombstone photo at Find-a-Grave
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=52234073
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Notes for Violet A DALABA


d/o John Dalaba and Hester /Rist/  Married 1 Jun 1916

"The Warrensburg Lake George News"  [Warrensburg, Warren Co., NY]Thursday, Jun
9, 1977
5 Generation Gathering
In the mid 1930s (about 1933 34) 5 generations got together for agroup
picture. They were Paulina Kenyon Russell of Warrensburg, herdaughter, Evelena
Russell Rist, her daughter Hester Rist Dalaba, andher daughter Violet Dalaba
Heath and infant son, John E. Heath Jr. OnMay 18 at the home of Mrs. Elmer
(Violet) Heath, Fruthville RD,Granville, a special day was held in observance
for a 5 generationgathering with the sharing of a very special dinner and the
taking ofpictures and enjoying fellowship.
Picture One: Hester Rist  Dalaba Capwill, 79, with her daughter VioletHeath,
60, and son Vernon Heath, and his daughter, Joanne Notte, andson Daniel Notte
III, the first to again make this five generationline.
In Picture Two Mrs. Capwill, Mrs. Heath, her daughter Sylvia Gregoryand
daughter Valerie Daigle and daughter Pamela Daigle (all ladies).In picture
Three, all gentlemen, Mr. Albert Capwill, age 90, ElmerHeath, Vernon Heath,
Daniel Notte Jr. and Daniel Notte HI.

OBITUARY:  "The Warrensburg Lake George News"  [Warrensburg, WarrenCo., NY]  
Thursday, 2, Mar 1978
Violet Heath
Truthville — Mrs. Violet A. Dalaba Heath died Friday, Feb. 24, 1978 atEmma
Laing Stevens Hospital, Granville after a long illness.
Born March 29, 1917 in Bakers Mills, she was the daughter of Hester(Rist)
Dalaba Capwill and the late John Dalaba.
In childhood Mrs. Heath attended the Pentecostal Holiness Association.On
October 20, 1933 Violet married J. Elmer Heath of Wevertown, wherethey lived
several yean before moving to Bakers Mills where they livedon two different
farms until lightning destroyed their barn, and theymoved to Truthville.
Prior to their loss. Mrs. Heath was an active member of the WesleyanMethodist
Church in Bakers Mills, a youth leader. Sunday Schoolteacher, and Sunday
School Superintendent and other duties.
In Truthville. Mrs. Heath joined the Truthville Baptist Church whereshe served
as a Sunday School teacher, missionary treasurer, secretaryand deaconness of
the church.
Survivors are her husband, ]. Elmer Heath; also her mother, HesterDalaba
Capwill; stepfather, Albert Capwill of Bakers Mills; two sons.John E. of North
Granville and Vernon K. of Comstock; two daughters,Mrs. Carolyn McCulkn and
Mrs. Sylvia Gregory, both of North Granville;two brothers. Lynden Dalaba of
Comstock and the
Rev. Oliver Dalaba of Warren, Ohio; six sisters. Blossom Faulkner. Pansy
Allan, Daisy Allen, Fern Turner and C a mat a Bacon, all of Bakers Mills and
Rose Allen of Johnsburg; 21 grandchildren; three greatgrandchildren; and
several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles andcousins.
Services were conducted at 2 p.m. Monday in the Truthville BaptistChurch by
the Rev. R. Bruce Steward, pastor.
Spring interment will be in Truthville Cemetery.
Many friends joined the relatives in paying their respects during the Saturday
and Sunday call hours at the Robert M. King Funeral Home, Granville.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Violet A. Heath
Birth:  Mar 29, 1917
Death:  Feb 24, 1978
Buried:  Bethany Cemetery, Truthville, Washington Co.,
NY
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Notes for Jemima DALBY


BIRTH/CHRISTENING:   LDS FamilySearch Extracted IGI's - No image available
England NBirths and Christenings, 1538-1975
name:	Jemima Dalby
gender:	Female
baptism/christening date:	16 Sep 1789
baptism/christening place:	DARTFORD, KENT,ENGLAND
birth date:	13 Jun 1788
father's name:	James Dalby
mother's name:	Mary
indexing project (batch) number:	C03654-1
system origin:	England-ODM
source film number:	396473

DEATH:  LDS FamilySearch Extracted IGI's - No image available
England Deaths and Burials, 1538-1991
name:	Jemima Pennington
gender:	Female
burial date:	19 Jan 1867
burial place:	Richmond Parish, Surrey County
age:	78
birth date:	1789
indexing project (batch) number:	B02846-0
system origin:	England-EASy
source film number:
991698
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Notes for Betsey DALE


BIRTH:  Massachusetts Town Birth Records - Ancestry.com:  Name: BetseyDALE
Birth Date: June 20, 1800 Birth Place: Rutland Mother's Name:Lucy Father's
Name: Joseph Sex: F

DEATH:  Name: Betsey BURLINGAME Death Date: Sept. 8, 1831 BurialPlace:
Hopkinton Source: Vital Records of Hopkinton Complete Record:BURLINGAME,
Betsey, Mrs., Sept. 8, 1831, a.  31. C.R.1. (p2,80,96)
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Notes for Lewis Jordan DALE


CENSUS:  1920 US Census for MO, Wright Co., Mountain Grove.  ED: 152,Page 200,
Sheet #7A.  Maudie E. Mattox is found listed asstep-daughter in the residence
of Louis J. Dale, age 75 and born in KYas were both his parents.  His wife,
Nona, (Maudie's mother) is 46years of age and was born in LA as were both her
parents.  Maudie is10 years of age and was born in LA as were both parents.

DEATH:  Missouri Death Index, 1910-1955.  Lewis Jordan Dale died 17mar 1927 in
Texas Co., MO.  Cert #: 10730-a
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Notes for Eva R. DALLAS


BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Eva R. Douglas
Birth:  1868
Death:  1926
Buried:  Mason Union Cemetery, Mason, Effingham Co., IL
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Mark DALLY


DEATH:  Missouri State Death Certificates:  Mark Dally, d in BooneCo., MO Dec
1945.  File #:  40478.
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Notes for Dennis DALRYMPLE


SOURCE:   "The Presbyterian Church in Morristown"  [Morristown, NewJersey].   
http://www.pcmorristown.org/484774.ihtml
Dalrymple, Dennis14/29d. 14 Sep 1850, age 68. [Ed. Note: Parkershows
originally copied 1811. CR54, 153, 243, 244, and 295 show DennisDalrymple, Son
of Joseph & Elizabeth (Vail) Dalrymple, b. 8 Oct 1782,1st m. 17 Mar 1805 to
Sarah Crane Marsh, Daughter of Joseph &Elizabeth (Lum) Marsh. 2nd m. 18 Mar
1821 to Jane Vail, Daughter ofJohn & Mary (Perry) Vail. Dennis had a child
with each Wife i.e.,Sally Lyon by Sarah and William Dennis by Jane].

DEATH:     Sept 14, 1851 Dennis Dalrymple, Morristown, 68.   OhioNecrology
Ledgers.http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~njsussex/Sus.Reg-281-300.pdf

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Dennis Dalrymple
Birth:  Unk
Died:  Sept 14, 1851
Buried:  First Presbyterian Churchyard, Morristown, Morris Co., NJ
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for William Dennis DALRYMPLE


SOURCE:   "The Presbyterian Church in Morristown"  [Morristown, NewJersey].   
http://www.pcmorristown.org/484774.ihtml
Dalrymple, Dennis-14/29-d. 14 Sep 1850, age 68. [Ed. Note: Parkershows
originally copied 1811. CR54, 153, 243, 244, and 295 show DennisDalrymple, Son
of Joseph & Elizabeth (Vail) Dalrymple, b. 8 Oct 1782,1st m. 17 Mar 1805 to
Sarah Crane Marsh, Daughter of Joseph &Elizabeth (Lum) Marsh. 2nd m. 18 Mar
1821 to Jane Vail, Daughter ofJohn & Mary (Perry) Vail. Dennis had a child
with each Wife i.e.,Sally Lyon by Sarah and William Dennis by Jane].
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Notes for Abigail DAMMAN


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for WI, Dane Co., Rutland.  Enumerated: 30 Jul1850. 
Dwelling/Family:  269/270.  Chandler Dammon, 30, farmer, $500real estate
value, b. ME.  M. Dammon, 24, (f), ME.  C. Dammon, 5, (f),WI.  Eliza Dammon,
4, (F), WI.  Abigail Dammon, 2, WI.  Eunice Dammon,2/12, WI.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for WI, Monroe Co., Portland.  Pg. 207.Enumerated:  27
Jul 1860.  Dwelling/Family:  1692/1681 ChandlerDamman, 36, farmer, $2,000 real
estate value, $200 pers value, ME.Matilda J., 31, ME.  Charlotte, 16, WI. 
Abigail, 11, WI.  Eunice, 9,WI.  Israel, 8, WI.  Lydia, 7, WI.  Mathilda, 6,
WI.  Jerry, 4, WI.Chandler, 3, WI.  Margaret, 1, WI.
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Notes for Andrew J DAMMAN


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for WI, Dane Co., Rutland.  Enumerated: 30 Jul1850. 
Dwelling/Family:  251/252.  Seth Damman, 43, farmer, $400 real estate value,
ME.  Nancy, 38, ME.  Malici A., 13, (f), ME.  G. H., 12(m), ME.  PB. 8 (f),
ME.  A.J., 5, WI.  Nancy, 2, WI.  Seth, 3/12, WI.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for WI, Monroe Co., Sparta.  Pg. 15.Enumerated:  8 Jun
1860.  Dwelling/Family:  114/111.  Seth Damman, 54, farmer, $2,000 real estate
value, $400 pers value, ME.  Nancy, 48, ME. Andrew, 14, WI.  Nancy, 12, WI. 
Seth, 10, WI.  Elizabeth, 3, WI.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for WI, Monroe Co., Sparta.   Enumerated:  14Jun 1870. 
Dwelling/Family:  11/10.  Andrew J. Damman, 24, laborer, $300 pers value, WI. 
Nellie, 25, keeping house, England.  Fay, 7/12,WI (Nov.)

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for WI, Monroe Co., Sparta.  E.D. 29.Enumerated: 1 Jun
1880. Dwelling/Family:  2/2.  Andrew Damman, 34, father, father, WI/ME/ME. 
Nellie, 38, wife, keeping house, England/Scotland/Scotland.  Lafayette, 10,
son, at school, WI/ME/England.  Mina Lacy?, 4, dau., WI/ME/England

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for WI, Monroe Co., Sparta.  E.D. 107. Enumerated: 5 &
6 Jun 1900. Dwelling/Family:  113/113.  Andrew J. Damman, head, Jan 1846, 54,
m33 yrs, WI/ME/ME, day laborer.  Helen A.[sic], wife, Sept 1844, 55, m33 yrs,
3 children, 2 living, England/Scotland/Scotland.

DEATH:  Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002 (Ancestry)
Name: Andrew Damman Death Date: 8 Jun 1917 Death County: Ramsey State File
Number: 022836 Certificate Number: 022836 Certificate Year: 1917 Record
Number: 219790

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.comAndrew J. DammanBIRTH:   1846DEATH:1917BURIED: 
Mount Hope, Sparta, Monroe Co., WI
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Notes for Arthur June DAMMAN


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for WA, Yakima Co., West Kittitass.  E.D. 46.Enumerated
14 Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:  148/148.  Jeremiah Dammon,53, farmer,
ME/ME/ME.  Sabina, 40, wife, keeping house, Canada/CT/NY.Merrit, 28, son, farm
laborer, WI/ME/ME.  Arthur, 10, son,IA/ME/Canada.  Mary, 7, dau.,
WA/ME/Canada.

DEATH:  Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960.  FamilySearch IGIExtraction.
Name: Arthur J. Damman
Death date: 24 Nov 1959
Death place: Ellensburg, Kittitas, Washington
Gender: Male
Race or color (on document):
Age at death: 89 years
Estimated birth year: 1870
Father name: Jermiah D. Dammon
Mother name: Sabrina June
Film number: 2034001
Digital GS number: 4224575
Image number: 276
Reference number: 22951
Collection: Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.comDr. Arthur June DammanBIRTH:   May 10,1870DEATH: 
Nov 24, 1959BURIED:  IOOF Cemetery, Ellensburg, KittitasCo., WATombstone
photo on memorial.

Additional information posted on Find-a-Grave.
FIRST VETERNARIAN OF KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON - Arthur was born inAlgona,
Iowa and moved west by ox team at the age of four months withhis parents. The
family brought two wagons across the country toWashington Territory. His
mother drove one of the wagons all the way.They traveled with a wagon train
until they reached Ogden and then hisfather led them to the Kittitas Valley by
following the Columbia Riverand then coming up the Yakima. Arthur's first
playmates were littleIndian children who lived on the river bank and their
mother workedfor Arthur's mother, one of only 14 white women in the valley at
thattime. He was very happy when his sister and new playmate, Mamie,
camealong. At the age of five years, he attended a school that wassituated on
the corner of the Sharp farm. The teacher had to room andboard with each
family, one week per each student. At the age of 10 or13, he learned to handle
stock of all kinds, and with his halfbrother, Merritt Monroe Damman, who had
come west after the family wassettled, freighted farm produce, bacon and
butter in return forgroceries from The Dalles, Oregon. There were no advanced
schoolsabove the eighth grade in Ellensburg. The Presbyterian Academy,
thoughnot a high school, gave him the fundamentals for higher education.
In1901, he made up his mind to go to Washington State College atPullman. He
was married, so he arranged to have their belongingsshipped by the Northern
Pacific Railroad by boxcar, which containedfive tons of hay, cow, turkey,
chickens, cook stove, bedroomfurniture, etc., plus the cat and dog. All
arrived in Pullman inAugust where the couple rented a house (or shack) on the
South PalouseRiver and prepared for the opening of school in September 1901.
"Theold cow was a lifesaver. She gave about five gallons of milk a day andI
peddled milk on the campus at 5 cents a quart in an open stall-thatpaid our
grocery bill. The hens furnished us eggs with a few to sellat 15 cents a
dozen. The first winter was the worst. I took theveterinary course with only
three in the class for the first semester:two more boys entered the second
semester."
During the summer, Arthur helped the janitor cleaning the buildings,the pay
was $1 for 12 hours work but it was a "buck for the nosebag."In June, 1905, he
graduated with the degree of D.V.S. and came back toEllensburg and hung out
his shingle as a veterinarian. Practice wasgood but the pay low. Doc Damman
vividly remembered the three year(1905-1907) fight which brought about the
eventual stamping-out oftuberculosis in dairy cattle herds in Kittitas County.
His territoryextended from Easton to Pasco - and that was in horse-and-buggy
days.Still practicing at the age of 79, he was a leading local advocate ofa
calfhood vaccination as a means of controlling Bang's disease incattle.
Dr. Damman was a member of an early-day city Fire Department which
wasorganized mainly for the purpose of embarrassing Yakima. "Yakima had
adepartment back in 1893 which was supposed to beat everyone in
drillcontests," he said. "We organized for a July 4 contest and succeededin
beating the Yakimans in all events. (source: newspaper article)
In 'A History of Kittitas County', it is mentioned that Dr. Damman'slocal
practice extended from Salmon la Sac to Prosser. Transportationwas train,
horse and buggy, and saddle horse. Arthur built the firstanimal hospital and
his home on the southwest corner of 7th and MainStreets in 1908. In 1912 he
moved his wife and daughter Ruth toVancouver B.C., where he was associated
with the Fraser Valley MilkProducers Association. In 1931 Dr. and Mrs. Damman
returned toWashington, where he was vet in Enumclaw. After his wife passed
away 4October 1941, Arthur returned to Ellensburg where he practiced andbecame
active in community affairs. He was appointed City and CountyHealth Inspector,
and was later appointed Kittitas County Sanitarianin 1945. Through the years
he was very active in Masonic lodges, theGrange, and assisted in the formation
of the Ladies Lounge. Arthurdied 25 November 1959; his obituary notes that he
was survived by hisdaughter, Ruth, two nieces, Mrs. Fannie Damman Cleveland of
Pullmanand Mrs. Wanda Wolff Walker of Rosemont, Penn; two nephews, Harold
H.Damman of Seattle and nationally-known artist John Clymer ofBridgewater,
Conn.
His funeral remembrance lists services at Evenson Funeral Home onNovember 27,
1959 with Ellensburg Lodge No. 39, F. & A. M.officiating. Pallbearers were J.
R. DeVries, Erich Brattkus, ThomasHoward, Theo Evanson, Hiram Colburn, and
Arthur Gregory. Concludingservices were at I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Ellensburg.
Central Washington University Archives has these audio recordings ofDr.
Damman:
1951-12-26 -- Pioneer Interview: History of Kittitas Valley -- ArthurJ. Damman
1952-04-00 -- Dr. Damman speaks to the Third Grade Classes at LincolnSchool --
Arthur J. Damman
1952-04-00 -- Dr. Damman speaks to the Third Grade Classes at LincolnSchool --
Arthur J. Damman
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Notes for Chandler DAMMAN


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for WI, Monroe Co., Portland.  Pg. 207.Enumerated:  27
Jul 1860.  Dwelling/Family:  1692/1681 ChandlerDamman, 36, farmer, $2,000 real
estate value, $200 pers value, ME.Matilda J., 31, ME.  Charlotte, 16, WI. 
Abigail, 11, WI.  Eunice, 9,WI.  Israel, 8, WI.  Lydia, 7, WI.  Mathilda, 6,
WI.  Jerry, 4, WI.Chandler, 3, WI.  Margaret, 1, WI.
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Notes for Charlotte L DAMMAN


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for WI, Dane Co., Rutland.  Enumerated: 30 Jul1850. 
Dwelling/Family:  269/270.  Chandler Dammon, 30, farmer, $500real estate
value, b. ME.  M. Dammon, 24, (f), ME.  C. Dammon, 5, (f),WI.  Eliza Dammon,
4, (F), WI.  Abigail Dammon, 2, WI.  Eunice Dammon,2/12, WI.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for WI, Monroe Co., Portland.  Pg. 207.Enumerated:  27
Jul 1860.  Dwelling/Family:  1692/1681 ChandlerDamman, 36, farmer, $2,000 real
estate value, $200 pers value, ME.Matilda J., 31, ME.  Charlotte, 16, WI. 
Abigail, 11, WI.  Eunice, 9,WI.  Israel, 8, WI.  Lydia, 7, WI.  Mathilda, 6,
WI.  Jerry, 4, WI.Chandler, 3, WI.  Margaret, 1, WI.
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Notes for Clifford DAMMAN


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for WI, Dunn Co., Red Cedar.  Series: T623Roll: 1787
Page: 202.  Byron P. Dammon is 48 years of age, born in WIon Feb 1852 and he
is a farmer.  His wife, Laura, was born in WI onAug 1856.  They have been
married 22 years, had 4 children, all lived.Listed are Erna, b. Jan 1879;
Clifford, b. Nov 1887; Edna, b. May1892; and Mabel, b. Sept 1895.  All were
born in WI.

Did not find him in the  WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.
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Notes for Dorothy Agnes DAMMAN


BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.comDorothy Agenes DammanBIRTH:   Feb 20,1894DEATH: 
Dec 22, 1901BURIED:  IOOF Cemetery, Ellensburg, KittitasCo., WATombstone
photo on memorial.
Photo of her on memorial.
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Notes for Eliza DAMMAN


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for WI, Dane Co., Rutland.  Enumerated: 30 Jul1850. 
Dwelling/Family:  269/270.  Chandler Dammon, 30, farmer, $500real estate
value, b. ME.  M. Dammon, 24, (f), ME.  C. Dammon, 5, (f),WI.  Eliza Dammon,
4, (F), WI.  Abigail Dammon, 2, WI.  Eunice Dammon,2/12, WI.
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Notes for Elizabeth DAMMAN


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for WI, Monroe Co., Sparta.  Pg. 15.Enumerated:  8 Jun
1860.  Dwelling/Family:  114/111.  Seth Damman, 54,farmer, $2,000 real estate
value, $400 pers value, ME.  Nancy, 48, ME.Andrew, 14, WI.  Nancy, 12, WI. 
Seth, 10, WI.  Elizabeth, 3, WI.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for WI, Monroe Co., Sparta.   Enumerated:  14Jun 1870. 
Dwelling/Family:  12/11.  Seth Damon, 63, farmer, $4,000real estate value,
$915 pers value, ME.  Nancy, 57, keeping house, ME.Libbie, 13, WI.  Henry H.
W. Washburn, 33, farm hand, OH.  NancyWashburn, 22, WI.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for WI, Monroe Co., Sparta.  E.D. 29.Enumerated: 1 Jun
1880. Dwelling/Family:  1/1.  Seth Damman, 68,father, farmer, ME/ME/ME. 
Elizabeth, 28, dau., keeping house,WI/ME/WI.
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Notes for Ella C DAMMAN


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for WI, Monroe Co., Sparta.  E.D. 29.Enumerated: 4 Jun
1880. Dwelling/Family:  19/19.  Israel Damman, 28,farmer, WI/ME/ME.  Hattie,
30, wife, keeping house, WI/ME/WI.  EllaC., 2, dau., WI/WI/WI.
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Notes for Erna DAMMAN


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for WI, Dunn Co., Red Cedar.  Series: T623Roll: 1787
Page: 202.  Byron P. Dammon is 48 years of age, born in WIon Feb 1852 and he
is a farmer.  His wife, Laura, was born in WI onAug 1856.  They have been
married 22 years, had 4 children, all lived.Listed are Erna, b. Jan 1879;
Clifford, b. Nov 1887; Edna, b. May1892; and Mabel, b. Sept 1895.  All were
born in WI.
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