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Notes for Marie CURLEY


CENSUS:  1920 US Census for MO, Worth Co., Fletchall.  E.D. 153.  Enumerated: 
18-20 January 1920.  Dwelling/Family:  87/91
John H. Curley, head, 42, KS/Ireland/Ireland, farmer, general farm.
  Grace Z., wife, 32, MO/OH/OH.
  Marie, dau, 7, MO/KS/MO.
  James F., son, 4 9/12, MO/KS/MO.
  Grace E., dau, 3 2/12, MO/KS/MO.
  Theadore H., son, 1 5/12, MO/KS/MO
Lee R. Jackson, step-son, 13, CO/MO/MO.
Jessie M. Jackson, step-dau., 11, CO/MO/MO.

CENSUS:  1925 Iowa State Census.  Union Co., Sand Creek.  no other information
on microfilm
Line 15.
J.H. Curley, husband, 47, US citizen, highest grade - 6.
  Grace, wife, 38, US citizen, highest grade - 6.  Father:  J.M. VanMeter. 
Mother:  Mary Kelley
  Marie, dau, 12, b. MO. US citizen, highest grade - 6.  Father:  J.H. Curley,
age 47, 1878, birth pace: KS.  Mother:  Grace Vameter, 38, b 1887 in MO
  Jane?, dau,, 9, b MO.  US citizen, highest grade- 4.  Father:  J.H. Curley,
age 47, 1878, birth pace: KS.  Mother:  Grace Vameter, 38, b 1887 in MO
  Teddie, son, b  MO. 8, US citizen, highest grade - 2.  Father:  J.H. Curley,
age 47, 1878, birth pace: KS.  Mother:  Grace Vameter, 38, b 1887 in MO
  Alene, dau, 6, b. MO.US citizen, highest grade - 1.  Father:  J.H. Curley,
age 47, 1878, birth pace: KS.  Mother:  Grace Vameter, 38, b 1887 in MO
  Janette, dau, 2, b. MO.  US citizen. 
Jessie Jackson, dau, b. IA, US citizen, highest grade - 9.  [Parental
information not included, basically just dittoed from above.]
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Notes for Theadore Harold CURLEY


CENSUS:  1920 US Census for MO, Worth Co., Fletchall.  E.D. 153.  Enumerated: 
18-20 January 1920.  Dwelling/Family:  87/91
John H. Curley, head, 42, KS/Ireland/Ireland, farmer, general farm.
  Grace Z., wife, 32, MO/OH/OH.
  Marie, dau, 7, MO/KS/MO.
  James F., son, 4 9/12, MO/KS/MO.
  Grace E., dau, 3 2/12, MO/KS/MO.
  Theadore H., son, 1 5/12, MO/KS/MO
Lee R. Jackson, step-son, 13, CO/MO/MO.
Jessie M. Jackson, step-dau., 11, CO/MO/MO.

CENSUS:  1925 Iowa State Census.  Union Co., Sand Creek.  no other information
on microfilm
Line 15.
J.H. Curley, husband, 47, US citizen, highest grade - 6.
  Grace, wife, 38, US citizen, highest grade - 6.  Father:  J.M. VanMeter. 
Mother:  Mary Kelley
  Marie, dau, 12, b. MO. US citizen, highest grade - 6.  Father:  J.H. Curley,
age 47, 1878, birth pace: KS.  Mother:  Grace Vameter, 38, b 1887 in MO
  Jane?, dau,, 9, b MO.  US citizen, highest grade- 4.  Father:  J.H. Curley,
age 47, 1878, birth pace: KS.  Mother:  Grace Vameter, 38, b 1887 in MO
  Teddie, son, b  MO. 8, US citizen, highest grade - 2.  Father:  J.H. Curley,
age 47, 1878, birth pace: KS.  Mother:  Grace Vameter, 38, b 1887 in MO
  Alene, dau, 6, b. MO.US citizen, highest grade - 1.  Father:  J.H. Curley,
age 47, 1878, birth pace: KS.  Mother:  Grace Vameter, 38, b 1887 in MO
  Janette, dau, 2, b. MO.  US citizen. 
Jessie Jackson, dau, b. IA, US citizen, highest grade - 9.  [Parental
information not included, basically just dittoed from above.]

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for MO, DeKalb Co., Polk.  E.D. 14.  Enumerated:  18
Apr 1930.  Dwelling/Family:  176/178
Grace Curley, head, 43, Wd, m at 18, MO/OH/OH farmer, general farm.
  James K. son, 15, MO/KS/MO.
  Grace A., dau, 14, MO/KS/MO.
  Ted, son, 11, MO/KS/MO.
  Charlotte, dau, 9, MO/KS/MO.
  Eva Darline, dau, 4, MO/KS/MO.
  Byron, son, 2, MO/KS/MO.

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index
Ted H. Curley
Birth:  24 Jul 1918
Died:  22 Feb 1992
Residence of record:  Live Oak, Sutter Co., CA
Card issued in CA (Before
1951)
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Notes for Helen F CURRAN


BIRTH:  CA Birth Index at Ancestry.  Helen F. Curran, b. 16 Oct 1915to mother
Polkernu in Kern Co., CA.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for CA, Kern Co., Bakersfield Ward 2.District 89. 
Helen Curran is in her parent's home - Arthur and HelenCurran.  Helen is 4
years of age and was born in CA.  Lots of Curran'son this block.

DEATH:  FindUSA on Godfrey.  At time of death she was living in SanGabriel, CA  
Social Security Death Index:  Helen C. Stair, b. 16 Oct1915; d. 30 Jan 2002. 
Residence of record:  Whittier, Los AngelesCo., CA.

BURIAL:  Helen C. Stair, d. 30 Jan 2002; Buried in property San DiegoA&B;
Burial section: B; Burial lot: 120; Grave/Niche:  120: EntranceGate:  14.  
Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, CA.http://www.rosehills.com/
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Notes for Melissa Jane CURRAN


Daughter of Henry Curran: 
Sourcehttp://www.joycetice.com/clippings/1897/ch61a.htm
HENRY CURRAN was born in Chanceford, York county, Pennsylvania, March30, 1807,
a son of Samuel and Mary Curran. He was reared in his nativecounty, and about
1828 came to Tioga county, where he worked in thelumbar woods and in the
spring rafted lumber down the Susquehanna tohis home. On October 12, 1830, he
married Mrs. Sally Parker, adaughter of David Short, a pioneer of Deerfield
township, Tiogacounty, and the same year settled on his wife’s farm in
Chathamtownship. He cleared and improved it, and resided there until hisdeath,
October 6, 1855. Ten children were born of his marriage to Mrs.Parker, as
follows: Elias, Margaret, who married W. W. Beach; Melissa,who married Orange
G. Johnson; Ira, Ann, who married Samuel M. Strawn;Emily A., who married
Benjamin F. Westbrook; George W., Clarissa, wifeof Samuel P. King; Esther,
wife of C. E. Beach and Henry.

SOURCE:  Tioga County Newspaper
Extracts[http://www.joycetice.com/clippings/1890wa12.htm]
In Farmington, PA, October 26, 1890, Melissa Johnson, wife of Mr.Orange G.
Johnson, aged 55 years. [Buried Butler Hill Cemetery]

SOURCE:  Family History published 12/12/2012 by "Shirley" onAncestry.com

BURIAL:  Butler Hill Cemetery, Deerfield, Tioga Co., PA
Johnson Orange 1840 1923 207th PA Vol.
Johnson Clara 9/10/1868 4/3/1892 d/o O.G. & M.J.
Johnson O. G. 9/9/1835 Co H 207th PA Vol.
Johnson Melissa J. 6/30/1835 10/26/1890 w/o O. G. -On same marker
Johnson Charles E. 1866
1930
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Notes for Owen H CURRIER


CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NY, Oswego Co., Redfield.  E.D. 51.Enumerated:  4
April 1930.  Dwelling/Family:  50/51.  Ralph R.Currier, head, 29, m at 23,
NY/NY/NY, laborer, general.  Lucy E.,wife, 25, m at 19, NY/NY/NY.  Owen H.,
son, 5, NY/NY/NY.  Ruth M.,dau., 4, NY/NY/NY.  Robert R., son, 2, NY/NY/NY. 
Ralph Jr., son, lessthan month old, NY/NY/NY.  Walter L. Bulson, boarder, 23,
NY/NY/NY,laborer, lumber.  Myra A. Bulson, boarder, 20, m at 18,
NY/NY/NY.Calvin, George W., boarder, 23, S, NY/NY/NY, laborer, lumber.
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Notes for Ralph CURRIER


CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NY, Oswego Co., Redfield.  E.D. 51.Enumerated:  4
April 1930.  Dwelling/Family:  50/51.  Ralph R.Currier, head, 29, m at 23,
NY/NY/NY, laborer, general.  Lucy E.,wife, 25, m at 19, NY/NY/NY.  Owen H.,
son, 5, NY/NY/NY.  Ruth M.,dau., 4, NY/NY/NY.  Robert R., son, 2, NY/NY/NY. 
Ralph Jr., son, lessthan month old, NY/NY/NY.  Walter L. Bulson, boarder, 23,
NY/NY/NY,laborer, lumber.  Myra A. Bulson, boarder, 20, m at 18,
NY/NY/NY.Calvin, George W., boarder, 23, S, NY/NY/NY, laborer, lumber.
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Notes for Robert R CURRIER


CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NY, Oswego Co., Redfield.  E.D. 51.Enumerated:  4
April 1930.  Dwelling/Family:  50/51.  Ralph R.Currier, head, 29, m at 23,
NY/NY/NY, laborer, general.  Lucy E.,wife, 25, m at 19, NY/NY/NY.  Owen H.,
son, 5, NY/NY/NY.  Ruth M.,dau., 4, NY/NY/NY.  Robert R., son, 2, NY/NY/NY. 
Ralph Jr., son, lessthan month old, NY/NY/NY.  Walter L. Bulson, boarder, 23,
NY/NY/NY,laborer, lumber.  Myra A. Bulson, boarder, 20, m at 18,
NY/NY/NY.Calvin, George W., boarder, 23, S, NY/NY/NY, laborer, lumber.
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Notes for Ruth M CURRIER


CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NY, Oswego Co., Redfield.  E.D. 51.Enumerated:  4
April 1930.  Dwelling/Family:  50/51.  Ralph R.Currier, head, 29, m at 23,
NY/NY/NY, laborer, general.  Lucy E.,wife, 25, m at 19, NY/NY/NY.  Owen H.,
son, 5, NY/NY/NY.  Ruth M.,dau., 4, NY/NY/NY.  Robert R., son, 2, NY/NY/NY. 
Ralph Jr., son, lessthan month old, NY/NY/NY.  Walter L. Bulson, boarder, 23,
NY/NY/NY,laborer, lumber.  Myra A. Bulson, boarder, 20, m at 18,
NY/NY/NY.Calvin, George W., boarder, 23, S, NY/NY/NY, laborer, lumber.
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Notes for Alice M CURTIS


CENSUS:  1930 US Census for WI, Waupaca Co., First Ward, City ofWaupaca,
Waupaca Township, ED. 40, Sheet 7A, Dwelling/Family: 187/197,Bailey Street,
enumerated 9 Apr 1930:
Curtiss [sic], Lloyd M, Head, Rents, [$12/mo], 38, 1st m. at 19,WI/VT/WI ,
Agent, Watkin's Factory, Not a WWI Vet
May, Wife, 39, 1st m. at17, WI/NY/PA
Eavis J, Mother, 70, Wd, 1st m. at 21, WI/VT/VT
Leslie L, Son, 18, WI/WI/WI
Bishop, Winfield E, Stepson, 15, Attended School, WI/NY/WI , Salesman,Grocery
Store
Curtis, Colvin S, Son, 15, Attended School, WI/WI/WI
Dorothy M, Daughter, 11, Attended School, WI/WI/WI
Priscilla J, Daughter, 7, WI/WI/WI
Alice M, Daughter, 5, WI/WI/WI
Ella J, Daughter, 3,
WI/WI/WI
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Notes for Colvin S CURTIS


CENSUS:  1920 US Census for WI, Fond Du Lac Co., Oakfield Village,E.D. 57,
Sheet 1A, Dwelling & Family 8, Main Street, enumerated 2 Jan1920:
Curtis, Lloyd M, Head, Rents, 28, b. WI/New York, , WI , Harnessmaker,Shop
--- May, Wife, 23, b. WI/NY/PA
--- Lester L, Son, 8, Attended School, b. WI/WI/WI
--- Colvin S, Son, 4 10/12, b. WI , b. WI/WI/WI
--- Dorothy M, Daughter, 1 2/12, b. WI/WI/WI
Bishop, Claire R, Stepson, 11, Attended School, b. WI/New York, , WI
--- Winfield S, Stepson, 4 10/12, b. WI/New York, , WI  Curtis, VioletE,
Niece, 11, Attended School, , b. WI/WI/WI
--- Eavis J, Mother, 60, Wd, b. WI/New York/VT

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for WI, Waupaca Co., First Ward, City ofWaupaca,
Waupaca Township, ED. 40, Sheet 7A, Dwelling/Family: 187/197,Bailey Street,
enumerated 9 Apr 1930:
Curtiss [sic], Lloyd M, Head, Rents, [$12/mo], 38, 1st m. at 19,WI/VT/WI ,
Agent, Watkin's Factory, Not a WWI Vet
May, Wife, 39, 1st m. at17, WI/NY/PA
Eavis J, Mother, 70, Wd, 1st m. at 21, WI/VT/VT
Leslie L, Son, 18, WI/WI/WI
Bishop, Winfield E, Stepson, 15, Attended School, WI/NY/WI , Salesman,Grocery
Store
Curtis, Colvin S, Son, 15, Attended School, WI/WI/WI
Dorothy M, Daughter, 11, Attended School, WI/WI/WI
Priscilla J, Daughter, 7, WI/WI/WI
Alice M, Daughter, 5, WI/WI/WI
Ella J, Daughter, 3,
WI/WI/WI
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Notes for Dorothy M CURTIS


CENSUS:  1920 US Census for WI, Fond Du Lac Co., Oakfield Village,E.D. 57,
Sheet 1A, Dwelling & Family 8, Main Street, enumerated 2 Jan1920:
Curtis, Lloyd M, Head, Rents, 28, b. WI/New York, , WI , Harnessmaker,Shop
--- May, Wife, 23, b. WI/NY/PA
--- Lester L, Son, 8, Attended School, b. WI/WI/WI
--- Colvin S, Son, 4 10/12, b. WI , b. WI/WI/WI
--- Dorothy M, Daughter, 1 2/12, b. WI/WI/WI
Bishop, Claire R, Stepson, 11, Attended School, b. WI/New York, , WI
--- Winfield S, Stepson, 4 10/12, b. WI/New York, , WI  Curtis, VioletE,
Niece, 11, Attended School, , b. WI/WI/WI
--- Eavis J, Mother, 60, Wd, b. WI/New York/VT

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for WI, Waupaca Co., First Ward, City ofWaupaca,
Waupaca Township, ED. 40, Sheet 7A, Dwelling/Family: 187/197,Bailey Street,
enumerated 9 Apr 1930:
Curtiss [sic], Lloyd M, Head, Rents, [$12/mo], 38, 1st m. at 19,WI/VT/WI ,
Agent, Watkin's Factory, Not a WWI Vet
May, Wife, 39, 1st m. at17, WI/NY/PA
Eavis J, Mother, 70, Wd, 1st m. at 21, WI/VT/VT
Leslie L, Son, 18, WI/WI/WI
Bishop, Winfield E, Stepson, 15, Attended School, WI/NY/WI , Salesman,Grocery
Store
Curtis, Colvin S, Son, 15, Attended School, WI/WI/WI
Dorothy M, Daughter, 11, Attended School, WI/WI/WI
Priscilla J, Daughter, 7, WI/WI/WI
Alice M, Daughter, 5, WI/WI/WI
Ella J, Daughter, 3,
WI/WI/WI
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Notes for Edward Everett CURTIS


BURIAL:  MT. VERNON CEMETERY  Washington Township, Macomb County,Michigan,
Twenty Eight Mile Road, East of Mt. Vernon Road (North Eastcorner)
CURTIS, Edward, 1843-1911 (separate stone)CURTIS, Edward, Born Nov11, 1843 
(no death date)(on familymonument)
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Notes for Ella J CURTIS


CENSUS:  1930 US Census for WI, Waupaca Co., First Ward, City ofWaupaca,
Waupaca Township, ED. 40, Sheet 7A, Dwelling/Family: 187/197,Bailey Street,
enumerated 9 Apr 1930:
Curtiss [sic], Lloyd M, Head, Rents, [$12/mo], 38, 1st m. at 19,WI/VT/WI ,
Agent, Watkin's Factory, Not a WWI Vet
May, Wife, 39, 1st m. at17, WI/NY/PA
Eavis J, Mother, 70, Wd, 1st m. at 21, WI/VT/VT
Leslie L, Son, 18, WI/WI/WI
Bishop, Winfield E, Stepson, 15, Attended School, WI/NY/WI , Salesman,Grocery
Store
Curtis, Colvin S, Son, 15, Attended School, WI/WI/WI
Dorothy M, Daughter, 11, Attended School, WI/WI/WI
Priscilla J, Daughter, 7, WI/WI/WI
Alice M, Daughter, 5, WI/WI/WI
Ella J, Daughter, 3,
WI/WI/WI
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Notes for Elon CURTIS


SOURCE:  Long Island Historical and Genealogical Research Resource
-Longislandgenealogy.com/conklin/fam04669.htm

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for IL, Kankakee Co., Momence.   Enumerated: 4Jun
1870.  Dwelling/Family:  16/17.  Elon Curtis, 49, clerk in store,$2,500 real
estate value, $300 pers value, NY.  Serrah R., 48,Milliner, VT.  Serrah, 16,
at home, IL.  Emma, 9, at home, IL.  3store workers also named.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for IL, Kankakee Co., Momence.  E.D. 19.Enumerated 2
Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:  28/31.  Elon Curtis, 68,boarder, wd, clerk in
store, VA/VA/VA.
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Notes for Emma CURTIS


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for IL, Kankakee Co., Momence.   Enumerated: 4Jun 1870. 
Dwelling/Family:  16/17.  Elon Curtis, 49, clerk in store,$2,500 real estate
value, $300 pers value, NY.  Serrah R., 48,Milliner, VT.  Serrah, 16, at home,
IL.  Emma, 9, at home, IL.  3store workers also named.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for IL, Kankakee Co., Momence.  E.D. 19.Enumerated 2
Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:  28/31.  Emma Curtis, 19,boarder, IL/VA/VA.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for IL, Cook Co., Chicago Ward 32.  E.D.
998.Enumerated:  8 Jun 1900.  Dwelling/Family:  132/222.  Emma curtis,boarder,
Jan 1862, 38, S., IL/IL/IL.  Clerk.
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Notes for Frances L CURTIS


d/o Rufus Curtis and Susan//

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for ME, Penobscot Co., Newport.  E.D. 117.Enumerated: 
4 Jun 1900.  Dwelling/Family: 30/32.  Benjamin Woodard,head, Oct 1864, 35, S,
ME/ME/ME, farmer.  Steven, bro, Nov 1866, 33,ME/ME/ME, day laborer.  Alva,
Bro, Jun 1883, 16, ME/ME/ME, at school.Frances, mother, Jul 1839, 60, M, 
ME/ME/ME.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for ME, Penobscot Co., Newport.  E.D. 185.Enumerated: 
4 May 1910.  Dwelling/Family:  155/157.  Alva G.Woodward, head, 26, ME/ME/ME, 
baggage man, railroad.  Frances,mother, 65, Wd, 6 children, 4 living,
ME/ME/ME.  Ben, brother, 45, S,ME/ME/ME, general laborer.  Steven, brother,
42, ME/ME/ME, generallaborer.
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Notes for Harriett K CURTIS


She married F.M. Vail in 1893 and was Mrs. Hattie Stanton prior.  Shewas the
second wife to F.M. Vail.  He was forty-three when married.Their marriage was
the first marriage recorded in Kings County ever.

DEATH:  California Death Index at http://www.vitalsearch-ca.com.Harriett H.
Vail, died 11 Jun 1931 at age 62 in Los Angeles Co., CA.Idno. #  32794.
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Notes for Jessie Leona CURTIS


MAIN SOURCE:  Carol Page Tilson.

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index: Jessie Silsby. Born: 4 May 1890.Died: Dec
1976. Last Benefit: Zip 04750, Limestone, Aroostook Co, ME.Card issued New
Hampshire [1973]
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Notes for Joanna Beatrice CURTIS


DEATH:  CA Death Index at Vitalsearch.  Joanna B. Colvin, born inAR[sic] on 22
Sept 1889 to mother Hawks, died in Los Angeles Co., CAon 1 Nov 1963 at age 82.

BURIAL:  Rose Hills Memorial Park & Mortuary.  Whittier, CA.  Colvin,Joanna
Beatrice.  Date Of Death: Friday, November 01, 1963 BurialProperty Name:
Nauvoo Lawn Burial Section: 3 Burial Lot: 1222Grave/Niche: 2 Entrance Gate: 16
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Notes for Lester L CURTIS


CENSUS:  1920 US Census for WI, Fond Du Lac Co., Oakfield Village,E.D. 57,
Sheet 1A, Dwelling & Family 8, Main Street, enumerated 2 Jan1920:
Curtis, Lloyd M, Head, Rents, 28, b. WI/New York, , WI , Harnessmaker,Shop
--- May, Wife, 23, b. WI/NY/PA
--- Lester L, Son, 8, Attended School, b. WI/WI/WI
--- Colvin S, Son, 4 10/12, b. WI , b. WI/WI/WI
--- Dorothy M, Daughter, 1 2/12, b. WI/WI/WI
Bishop, Claire R, Stepson, 11, Attended School, b. WI/New York, , WI
--- Winfield S, Stepson, 4 10/12, b. WI/New York, , WI  Curtis, VioletE,
Niece, 11, Attended School, , b. WI/WI/WI
--- Eavis J, Mother, 60, Wd, b. WI/New York/VT

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for WI, Waupaca Co., First Ward, City ofWaupaca,
Waupaca Township, ED. 40, Sheet 7A, Dwelling/Family: 187/197,Bailey Street,
enumerated 9 Apr 1930:
Curtiss [sic], Lloyd M, Head, Rents, [$12/mo], 38, 1st m. at 19,WI/VT/WI ,
Agent, Watkin's Factory, Not a WWI Vet
May, Wife, 39, 1st m. at17, WI/NY/PA
Eavis J, Mother, 70, Wd, 1st m. at 21, WI/VT/VT
Leslie L, Son, 18, WI/WI/WI
Bishop, Winfield E, Stepson, 15, Attended School, WI/NY/WI , Salesman,Grocery
Store
Curtis, Colvin S, Son, 15, Attended School, WI/WI/WI
Dorothy M, Daughter, 11, Attended School, WI/WI/WI
Priscilla J, Daughter, 7, WI/WI/WI
Alice M, Daughter, 5, WI/WI/WI
Ella J, Daughter, 3,
WI/WI/WI
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Notes for Lloyd M CURTIS


SOURCE:  Carol Page Tilson via post-em Nov 2011

MILITARY:  WWI Draft Registration Card. (Extract)
Name: Lloyd M Curtis
City: Peterson, Fillmore Co, MN
Birthplace: Blaine, Portage Co., Wisconsin; United States of America
Birth Date: 19 Aug 1891

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for WI, Waupaca Co., First Ward, City ofWaupaca,
Waupaca Township, ED. 40, Sheet 7A, Dwelling/Family: 187/197,Bailey Street,
enumerated 9 Apr 1930:
Curtiss [sic], Lloyd M, Head, Rents, [$12/mo], 38, 1st m. at 19,WI/VT/WI ,
Agent, Watkin's Factory, Not a WWI Vet
May, Wife, 39, 1st m. at17, WI/NY/PA
Eavis J, Mother, 70, Wd, 1st m. at 21, WI/VT/VT
Leslie L, Son, 18, WI/WI/WI
Bishop, Winfield E, Stepson, 15, Attended School, WI/NY/WI , Salesman,Grocery
Store
Curtis, Colvin S, Son, 15, Attended School, WI/WI/WI
Dorothy M, Daughter, 11, Attended School, WI/WI/WI
Priscilla J, Daughter, 7, WI/WI/WI
Alice M, Daughter, 5, WI/WI/WI
Ella J, Daughter, 3, WI/WI/WI

DEATH:  "The Wisconsin State Journal"  [Madison, Dane Co., WI]  Nov 14 1942.
DEATHS IN WISCONSIN
Lloyd Curtis, 51, Waupaca, at a hospital, Nov. 14.

BURIAL:  WOODLAWN CEMETERY - Transcribed by Ralph Hendersin
LOCATION:  875 North Water Street, Sparta, Monroe Co, WI
Curtis, Lloyd M. 1891-1942
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Notes for Mary Alice CURTIS


DEATH:  State of Utah, Certificate of Death.  (Copy on file).  Alice Curtis,
daughter of George Curtis, wife of Levi A. Colvin, b. 30 Aug 1858 died in 27
May 1940 in Salt Lake City, UT.

DEATH:  Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956.   FamilySearch IGI Extraction. 
[Microfilm image]
Name: Alice Colvin
Death date/place: 27 May 1940, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
Estimated birth year: 1859
Age at death: 81 years 8 months 27 days
Gender: Female
Marital status: Married
Spouse name: Levi A. Colvin
Father name: George Curtis
Mother name: Mary Openshaw
GSU film number: 2260354
Digital GS number: 4120549
Image number: 423
Reference number: 821
Collection: Utah Death Certificates 1904-1956

BURIAL:  Utah State History, Cemetery Burials
Database.http://history.utah.gov/apps/burials/execute/searchburials
Alice Curtis Colvin, b. 30 Aug 1858; d. 27 May 1940, Grave Location: Payson
City Cemetery, 7_18_1. Source:  Sexton / Grant.  Relatives: Openshaw, Mary
(Mother).  Curtis, George (Father)

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Mary Alice Curtis Colvin
Birth:  Aug 30, 1858
Death:  May 27, 1940
Buried:  Payson City Cemetery, Payson, Utah Co., UT
Tombsone photo on memorial.
Inscription:
Mary Alice Curtis Colvin
Aug 30, 1858 - May 27,
1840
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Notes for Merritt John CURTIS


He was the 2nd son of Benjamin and Melissa Colby Curtis.

He was married 1st to Miss Mary T. Barton, Jul 1863.  Six childrenwere born to
this union; Henry B., Mabel M. (who married HarveyBishop), Philo M., Florence
E. (who married Michael Crowl), Merton E.and Earnest E.  Earnest was adopted
by Irwin S. and Eliza A. Colvin.

On November 7, 1864, Mr. Curtis joined the Union forces and took partin the
capture of Jefferson Davis.

Source for all on M. J. Curtis:  Chapter 2, "Those Who Came First,1860-1870"
Federal
Census.http://library.uwsp.edu/pcl/history/belmont/vol1/images/00000003.pdfCopy
on file.

Did not find a death record for him at Wisconsin Historical Society816 State
Street, Madison, WI 53706.http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/vitalrecords/

Early Residents of Monroe County, Wisconsin
Compiled by William H. Rose, III, 1996
Biographical Sketches and Plat Information
MERRITT, John Curtis; Monroe County, married Eavis Jane Colvin, born12
December, 1859 in Wisconsin, died 18 February, 1944. [SPFW, 1977]
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/wi/monroe/bios/er-13.txt

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Merritt John Curtis
Birth: Mar 5, 1842
Death:  Jun 23, 1909
Buried:  Leon Cemetery, Sparta, Monroe Co., WI
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Priscilla J CURTIS


CENSUS:  1930 US Census for WI, Waupaca Co., First Ward, City ofWaupaca,
Waupaca Township, ED. 40, Sheet 7A, Dwelling/Family: 187/197,Bailey Street,
enumerated 9 Apr 1930:
Curtiss [sic], Lloyd M, Head, Rents, [$12/mo], 38, 1st m. at 19,WI/VT/WI ,
Agent, Watkin's Factory, Not a WWI Vet
May, Wife, 39, 1st m. at17, WI/NY/PA
Eavis J, Mother, 70, Wd, 1st m. at 21, WI/VT/VT
Leslie L, Son, 18, WI/WI/WI
Bishop, Winfield E, Stepson, 15, Attended School, WI/NY/WI , Salesman,Grocery
Store
Curtis, Colvin S, Son, 15, Attended School, WI/WI/WI
Dorothy M, Daughter, 11, Attended School, WI/WI/WI
Priscilla J, Daughter, 7, WI/WI/WI
Alice M, Daughter, 5, WI/WI/WI
Ella J, Daughter, 3,
WI/WI/WI
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Notes for Sarah CURTIS


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for IL, Kankakee Co., Momence.   Enumerated: 4Jun 1870. 
Dwelling/Family:  16/17.  Elon Curtis, 49, clerk in store,$2,500 real estate
value, $300 pers value, NY.  Serrah R., 48,Milliner, VT.  Serrah, 16, at home,
IL.  Emma, 9, at home, IL.  3store workers also named.
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Notes for Sophia CURTIS


SOURCE:  Long Island Historical and Genealogical Research Resource
-Longislandgenealogy.com/conklin/fam04669.htm

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for IL, Kankakee Co., Ganeer.  Enumerated:  9Jun 1870. 
Dwelling/Family:  27/27.  Sophia Vail, 51, keeping house$2,000 real estate
value, $500 pers value, VT.  Jerome, 29, farmer,VT.  Lucy, 2, at home, IL. 
Cora, 1, at home, IL
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Notes for Philura CURTISS


MAIN SOURCE:   Marilyn Solari via email 16 Mar 2008.    (email behindTimothy
Colvin, b. 1797)  I believe original information came fromJohn F. Riley.

d/o Lorin Curtiss and Susan B. Skaats.  Loren was a farmer in Avon butborn in
Glastonbury or Wethersfield as was his first wife Susan.
DEATH:   LDS Collection -- [FamilySearch pilot site extraction]:  Nomicrofilm
image
Connecticut Deaths and Burials, 1772-1934
name:	Lura C. Colvin
gender:	Female
burial place:	Avon, Connecticut
death date:	02 Jun 1871
age:	21
birth date:	1850
marital status:	Married
spouse's name:	Frederick
indexing project (batch) number:	B03733-3
system origin:	Connecticut-EASy
source film number:	3319

BURIAL:  West Avon Cemetery 101-3.  Avon, CT.  As found in the HaleCollection
at the Ct. State Library, Hartford,
CT.http://www.rootsweb.com/~ctcavon/101-3.htm.    Colvin, Lura C., wifeof
Frederick, died June 2, 1871, age 21
BURIAL:  West Avon Cemetery, Avon, Hartford Co., CT.  Picture oftombstone can
be found at Find a Grave.
Inscription:  Colvin
Frederic Colvin 1845 - 1907Lura Curtis His Wife 1849 - 1871 Sarah B.Curtis
His Wife 1846 - 1939 Ethel I. Colvin 1877 - 1966 Daughter
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Notes for Sarah B CURTISS


SOURCE:    Marilyn Solari via email 16 Mar 2008.    (email behindTimothy
Colvin, b. 1797)  I believe original information came fromJohn F. Riley.

d/o Lorin Curtiss and Susan B. Skaats.  Sarah was sister of firstwife, Susan.

OBITUARY:
"The Hartford Courant" [Hartford, Hartford Co., CT], 28 Jan 1939:
Mrs. Sarah C. Colvin
Avon, Jan. 27. -- [Special.] -- Mrs. Sarah Curtiss Colvin, 92, theoldest
resident of Avon and widow of Frederick Colvin, died at herhome in West Avon
Friday.
She was born in Newington, November 6, 1846, the daughter of Loren andSusan
Skaats Curtiss. She leaves a daughter, Miss Ethel I. Colvin ofWest Avon; a
step-daughter, Mrs. Warren Palmetier of Oakville; asister, Miss Virginia
Curtiss of West Avon; four grandchildren andthree great-grandchildren.
The funeral will be held at home at 2 p.m. Rev. Kenneth Slorp, pastorof
Unionville Congregational Church, will officiate and burial will bein West
Avon Cemetery.

BURIAL:  West Avon Cemetery, Avon, Hartford Co., CT.  Picture oftombstone can
be found at Find a Grave.
Inscription:  Colvin
Frederic Colvin 1845 - 1907Lura Curtis His Wife 1849 - 1871 Sarah B.Curtis
His Wife 1846 - 1939 Ethel I. Colvin 1877 - 1966 Daughter
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Notes for Abigail T CUSHING


BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.comAbie C. DammonBIRTH:   187DEATH:1876BURIED: 
Greenwood Cemetery, Dallas, Barron Co., WI
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Notes for Mary Jane CUSHING


BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.comMary Jane Cushing DammanBIRTH:   Dec 13,1832DEATH: 
Jan 4, 1865BURIED:  Sparta Cemetery, Sparta, Monroe Co.,WI
Inscription:
MARY J. WIFE OF J.D. DAMMAN
AE 32 Y'S 22 D'S
gone but not forgottenTombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Eliza CUSHMAN


SOURCE:  Potter, Albert, Genealogy of the family of John and WaitPotter : being
a complete list of all their descendants, together withtheir ancestral lines
in America.  unknown: A. and I.M. Potter, 1885,13 pgs.

SOURCE:  Anthony, Bertha Williams, "Roger Williams of Providence"Cranston,
R.I.: B.W. Anthony and H.W. Weeden, 1949, 223 pgs.  Pg. 91

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Eliza Keifer.  Birth:  1809.  Death:  1845.  Burial:  Rose HillCemetery. 
Troy, Miami Co., OH
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Notes for Erasmus Darwin CUSHMAN


BIRTH:  Source:  "Descendants of William Shurtleff of Plymouth andMarshfield,
Massachusetts"  Compiled by Benjamin Shurtleff, Vol. 1,Revere, MA.  1912.

CENSUS:  1850 US Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Theresa.Dwelling/Family: 
162/164.  Darwin E. Cushman, 34, Physician, 500, VT.Amanda P. Cushman, 35, MA. 
Orrin D. Cushman, 6, MA.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for MI, Grand Traverse, Milton.  Pg. 
60.Dwelling/Family:  595/426.  Darwin E. Cushman, 43, Physician, 500,150, NY. 
Ellen Cushman, 27, NY.  Florence Cushman, 5, MI.  Louis A.Cushman, 2, MI.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for MI, Grand Traverse, Whitewater.  Pg.
3;Dwelling/Family: 23/23.   Darwin Cushman, 53, Farmer, 400, 500, NY.Florence
Cushman, 15, Keeping house, MI.  Louis Cushman, 12, attendingschool, MI. 
Maggie Johnson, 22, housekeeper, MI.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for MI, Grand Traverse, Whitewater.  District79.  Pg.
4.  Dwelling/Family:  28/30.  Louis Cushman, 22, Teamster,MI.  Julia Cushman,
wife, 18, keeping house, MI.  Darwin Cushman,father, 56, physician, NY.
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Notes for Florence M CUSHMAN


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for MI, Grand Traverse, Milton.  Pg. 
60.Dwelling/Family:  595/426.  Darwin E. Cushmon, 43, Physician, 500,150, NY. 
Ellen Cushman, 27, NY.  Florence Cushman, 5, MI.  Louis A.Cushman, 2, MI.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for MI, Grand Traverse, Whitewater.  Pg.
3;Dwelling/Family: 23/23.   Darwin Cushman, 53, Farmer, 400, 500, NY.Florence
Cushman, 15, Keeping house, MI.  Louis Cushman, 12, attendingschool, MI. 
Maggie Johnson, 22, housekeeper, MI.
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Notes for Helen M CUSHMAN


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Orleans.Dwelling/Family:  26/31. 
Orlando W. Cushman, 55, Physician, 1500,Vermont.  Electa Cushman, 54, VT. 
Helen Cushman, 21, NY.
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Notes for Louis A CUSHMAN


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for MI, Grand Traverse, Milton.  Pg. 
60.Dwelling/Family:  595/426.  Darwin E. Cushmon, 43, Physician, 500,150, NY. 
Ellen Cushman, 27, NY.  Florence Cushman, 5, MI.  Louis A.Cushman, 2, MI.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for MI, Grand Traverse, Whitewater.  Pg.
3;Dwelling/Family: 23/23.   Darwin Cushman, 53, Farmer, 400, 500, NY.Florence
Cushman, 15, Keeping house, MI.  Louis Cushman, 12, attendingschool, MI. 
Maggie Johnson, 22, housekeeper, MI.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for MI, Grand Traverse, Whitewater.  District79.  Pg.
4.  Dwelling/Family:  28/30.  Louis Cushman, 22, Teamster,MI.  Julia Cushman,
wife, 18, keeping house, MI.  Darwin Cushman,father, 56, physician, NY.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for MI, Antrim, Central Lake.  District
2.Dwelling/Family:  204/211.  Louis Cushman, b. Mar 1858, MI/NY/NY. 
Logsetter, mill.  Addie, wife, Dec 1859.  NY/NY/NY.  Married 17 years,
2children, both surviving.  Mabel Cushman, May 885, MI/NY/NY.
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Notes for Mary Ann CUSHMAN


SOURCE:  Anthony, Bertha Williams, "Roger Williams of Providence"Cranston,
R.I.: B.W. Anthony and H.W. Weeden, 1949, 223 pgs.  Pg. 91

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Mary Ann Saunders.   Birth:  1806.  Death:  2 Mar 1933.   Burial:Smithville
Cemetery, North Scituate, Providence Co., RI
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Notes for Minerva C CUSHMAN


SOURCE:  A historical and biographical genealogy of the Cushmans : the
descendants of Robert Cushman , the Puritan, from the year 1617 to1855

CENSUS;  1850 US Census for VT, Rutland Co., Clarendon.  Enumerated19 Jul
1860.  Dwelling/Family:  1662/1707.  Levi B. Colvin, 62, Farmer, 4,000 real
estate value, VT.  Lucinda Colvin, 58, VT.  Minerva Cushman, 17, VT.

OBITUARY:  "The Malone Farmer"  Franklin Co., NY.  Wednesday,September 24,
1913.
TAYLOR - In Newton, Iowa, Sept 11th, at the home of her son, Fred M.Taylor,
Mrs. Edwin A.Taylor, aged about 80 years.  For many years she was a resident
of North Bangor where Mr. Taylor was a well-known and successful farmer.  Mrs.
Taylor was a member of the Congregational church and a woman of beautiful
character, beloved by all who knew her.  In about a month the remains of the
deceased will be brought toNorth Bangor for burial.  She leaves surviving her
husband and son,Fred M. Taylor, and daughter, Mrs. W.E. Carpenter, of Newton,
and one son. Wm. D. Taylor, of No. Bangor.

BURIAL:  North Bangor Cemetery, Bangor, Franklin County, NY:TAYLORMinerva C.
TAYLOR, 1833 - 1913Edwin A. TAYLOR, 1834 -1917William D. TAYLOR, 1857 - 1938
Josephine L. JEWETT, His Wife,1857 - 1942(NOTE: These four stones are
connected on the same base.They are listed from left to
right.)
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Notes for Orlando Darwin CUSHMAN


BIRTH:  Source:  "Descendants of William Shurtleff of Plymouth andMarshfield,
Massachusetts"  Compiled by Benjamin Shurtleff, Vol. 1,Revere, MA.  1912.

BIRTH:  Ancestry.com. Massachusetts, Birth Records, 1840-1915[Original image]
Name:	Orlando Darwin
Gender:	Male
Birth Date:	4 Feb 1844
Birth Place:	Bernardston, Massachusetts, USA
Father:	Erasmus D Cushman
Mother:	Amanda Cushman

CENSUS:  1850 US Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Theresa.Dwelling/Family: 
162/164.  Darwin E. Cushman, 34, Physician, 500, VT.Amanda P. Cushman, 35, MA. 
Orrin D. Cushman, 6, MA.
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Notes for Orlando Weaver CUSHMAN


Parents:  William and Mary (Weaver) Cushman.

Source:  Cushman, Henry Wyles.   "A historical and biographicalgenealogy of
the Cushmans : the descendants of Robert Cushman , thePuritan, from the year
1617 to 1855"  Boston: Little, Brown, 1855, 696pgs. Pg. 316.

Source:  The Jefferson County Medical Society.  (Child’s Gazetteer
ofJefferson County, New York - 1890 - pp. 171 - 208)
A history of the medical profession, with a personal sketch of thephysicians
who be-longed to it, and who are now members of theJefferson County Medical
Society, or are in sympathy with its Code ofEthics, in so far as can be
ascertained.  By Dr. J. Mortimer Crawe.
Orlando W. Cushman, who was born in Rutland County, Vt., September 7,1794,
graduated at Castleton, Vt., about 1815, and came into thiscounty in 1816. It
is thought that he first settled in Rodman, wherehis brother, Benjamin, a
physician, resided. He moved to Log Mills,now LaFargeville, where he built the
first log house. He practicedthere until his death, February 5, 1860.

CENSUS:  1850 US Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Orleans.Dwelling/Family: 
26/31.  Orlando W. Cushman, 55, Physician, 1500,Vermont.  Electa Cushman, 54,
VT.  Helen Cushman, 21, NY.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Orleans.  Page
30.Dwelling/Family:  237/237.  O.W. Cushman, 66, Physician, 1000, 300,VT. 
Electa E. Cushman, 65, VT.  Julia Marshall, 14, NY.

BURIAL:  Grove Cemetery, Town of Orleans, Jefferson Co.,
NY.http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyjeffer/barorac.htm
Cushman, Orlando Weaver,  16 Feb 1861 AE. 66Yrs.
Grove
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Notes for Peter CUSHMAN


S/O William and Ruth Robinson Cushman

SOURCE:  Son of William and Ruth Cushman.  Anthony, Bertha Williams,"Roger
Williams of Providence" Cranston, R.I.: B.W. Anthony and H.W.Weeden, 1949, 223
pgs.  Pg. 91
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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
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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.

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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
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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

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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
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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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