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Notes for Ernest Neal DEVELTER


BIRTH:  Birth Index at Vitalsearch-ca.com.
Ernest N. Devetter, 4 Oct 1913 in Plumas Co. to mother Wheelock.

"Lyon County Reporter"  May 26, 1936
Butte Students Given Degrees
Butte county students were among the 3097 graduates receiving degreesand
certificates at the 73rd commencement exercises of the Universityof California
at Berkeley Saturday afternoon.
Names of Butte county students follow:  ....
College of Chemistery - Ernest Neal Develter of Orville.

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index.  Ernest N. Develter.  Birth:  4Oct 1913. 
Death:  15 Nov 1987.  Residence of record:  Corning, TehamaCo., CA.  Card
issued in CA.
CA Death Index at Vitalsearch-ca.com
Earnest Neal Develter, b. 4 Oct 1913 to mother Talpe[sic].  Died 15Nov 1987 in
Butte Co. at age 74
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Notes for Ray DEVELTER


CENSUS:  1920 US Census for CA, Butte Co., Oroville.  E.D. 3.Enumerated:  10
Jan 1920.  Dwelling/Family:  344/349.  Ray Develler,head, 32, immig. 1893. 
Belgium/Belgium/Belgium, Supt. Olive Oil Dept,Packing Co.Sabra, wife, 25,
CA/IA/CA.  Ernest, son, 6, CA/Belgium/CA.Elton, son, 4 5/12, CA/Belgium/CA. 
Wheelock, Orlando, father-in-law,70, IA/NY/KY, quartz miner.  Carry,
mother-in-law, 50, CA/NY/CA.Develler, Chas, father, 60, Wd, 1893 immig,
Belgium/Belgium/Belgium.Leo Develler, brother, 29, immig 1893,
Belgium/Belgium/Belgium.[Note:  Surname is really Develter - Ancestry has them
indexed asDereller & Develler]

DEATH:  CA Death Index at Vitalsearch-ca.com
Ray Develter, b. 12 oct 1887 to mother Talpe.  Died 13 Apr 1950 inButte Co. at
age 62
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Notes for Esther DEWEY


Did she marry 2nd Benjamin Sneeden?

From the research of C.P. Tilson:
BURIAL:  Whitneyville Cemetery, Cascade Twp.,  Kent Co., MI.
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Notes for Phoebe DEWEY


BURIAL: Findagrave.com
Phoebe Colvin.  1859 - 1930.
East Otto Cemetery, East Otto, Cattaraugus Co., NY
Photo of tombstone on memorial.
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Notes for Rexa Belle DEWEY


Autobiography of Philip H. Dewey
Farmer, Lumberman, State Official
1933
CHAPTER IX
EXPERIENCES IN MINNESOTA
....... March 13, 1902, I kissed my little family good-bye, took thelittle
babe in my arms and christened her Rexa Belle, then prayed forGod’s blessing
upon them, and departed.
http://www.joycetice.com/bookst/phd09.htm

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index.  Rexa Benn.  Birth:  27 Feb 1902.Death: 
Jun 1981.  Residence of record:  Corning, Steuben Co., NY.Benefit residence: 
Galeton, Potter Co., PA.  Card issued in NY.
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Notes for Arthur DEWINDT Capt.


Van Voorhis, Elias W.. "Notes on the ancestry of Major Wm. Roe VanVoorhis of
Fishkill, Duchess [sic] County, New York."  New York?: Forprivate distribution
only, 1881.  Pg. 151.
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Notes for DEXTER


BURIAL:  Chippenhook Cemetery, West Clarendon, VT  Dexter, infant sonof Dellno
& Olive, d. Dec. 9, 1796
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Notes for Aaron Burr DEXTER


SOURCE:  "Past and present of Clinton County, Michigan, by Judge S.B. Daboll,
assisted by D.W. Kelley, together with biographical sketches of many of its
prominent and leading citizens and illustrious dead,"  Sherman B. Daboll [The
S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1906], p. 375  
A. B. DEXTER
  A. B. Dexter, an agriculturist of Greenbush township, living on section 9,
was born upon this farm, April 27, 1864. His father, Chauncey Dexter, was a
native of Canandagua county, New York, and was a son of Knight Dexter, one of
the old residents of the Empire state. Chauncey Dexter went with his father to
Ohio in his childhood days and lived there for a number of years. The
grandfather afterwards came to Michigan, settling in Clinton county, where he
bought eighty acres of land covered with timber and assisted by his son
Chauncey he cleared and improved that property. The son was married to a Miss
Lydia Brockum, a native of the Empire state, whose father came from New York
to Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter became the parents of three children, all of
whom reached mature years. The mother, however, died when her son, A. B.
Dexter, was only three years of age. The father, however, long survived,
passing away on the 21st of January, 1886.
  A. B. Dexter spent his youth in his father's home and assisted in carrying
on the farm until the father's death. He succeeded to the ownership of the old
homestead and purchased his brother's share in the estate. His education was
acquired in the common schools and he early became familiar with the best
methods of tilling the soil and caring for the crops so that when he began
farming on his own account practical experience enabled him to carefully
conduct his business interests. On the 15th of November, 1886, he was united
in marriage to Miss Ellen Post, a native of Michigan and a daughter of Hiram
L. Post, who was born in Canada, and became one of the early settlers of this
state. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter have three children, Blanche, Jennie and Roswell B.
  Mr. Dexter has built a good farm on his place and has greatly improved the
old home property until it is now a productive farm, attractive in appearance
and yielding him a good financial return for the care and labor he bestows
upon it. He and his wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal church of
Greenbush and he is a stanch republican, having supported the party since age
gave him the right of franchise. He has held the office of township treasurer
for one term and has been school director for nine years. He belongs to the
Maccabees lodge of St. Johns and to the Royal Neighbors and is highly esteemed
in fraternal circles and by the community at large for his history is familiar
to his fellow townsmen who recognize in him a man of genuine worth, deserving
of the regard and esteem of all with whom he has been associated.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Aaron Burr "Burr" Dexter
Birth:  1864
Death:  1937
Buried:  Eureka Township Cemetery, Eureka, Clinton Co., MI
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Abigail DEXTER


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield
Township.Enumerated:  7 Sep 1850.  Dwelling/Family:  2367/2407, p. 517A:
Chauncy Dakster/Dukster [sic*], 36, $350 real estate, NY
--- Eunice, 40, NY
--- Harriet, 13, O [Ohio], Attended School
--- Abigail, 9, O, Attended School
--- Fidelia, 5, O, Attended School
--- Daniel, 3, O
*Image light and enumerator "spelling challenged." Listed above JohnRyan
[Rines] and Jackson Ryans [Rines] households,
No occupation or dittos for occupation apparent.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield Twp.,Chesterville
P.O.enumerated:  21 Jun 1860.  Dwelling/Family:  348/347.Chauncy Dexter, 46,
Master Carpenter, $1800 real estate, $500 persprop, NY.  Eunice, 49, NY. 
Abigail, 19, Weaver, OH.  Fidelia, 15,Domestic, Attended School.  Daniel, 13,
Ohio, Attended School.  ByronCaldwell, 22, Laborer, OH.

Byron was the son of Chauncy's sister, Amanda Dexter, who m. GeorgeCalwell
[aka Colwell] 29 Jun 1837.
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Notes for Alice O DEXTER


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  ED:  334. P.
4;Dwelling/Family:  Dexter Knight, 45, brick mason, NY, VT, VT.  Mary
A.Dexter, 47, keeping house, PA, PA, PA; Elma A., 20, teaching school,IA, NY,
PA; Joanna A., 14, in school, IA, NY, PA; William A., 12, inschool, IA, NY,
PA; Alice O., 7, IA, NY, PA.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Alice Dexter Morford
Birth:  Apr 10, 1873
Death:  Aug 1, 1950
Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Antipas DEXTER


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Antipas Dexter
Birth:  jul 16, 1808
Death:  Mar 29, 1879
Buried:  Bloomfield Cemetery, Bloomfield, Morrow Co., OH
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Arthur DEXTER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OR, Wallowa Co., Wallowa.  ED: 104;Enumerated 16 &
17 Jun 1900; Sheet #6.  Dwelling/Family:  119/119.George Dexter, Jun 1853; 46;
MI, NY, NY; farmer.  Mary Dexter, Oct1855; 44. IL, VA, IN.  Married 24 years,
11 children, 10 suriving.John Dexter, Jul 1883, 16, KS/MI/IL; William Dexter,
Jan 1886, 14;KS/MI/IL; Arthur Dexter, Jul 1887, 12, KS/MI/IL; Eugene Dexter,
April1892, 8, OR/MI/IL; Henry, Jan 1891, 9, OR/MI/IL; Verda, Oct 1893,
6,OR/MI/IL; Nellie, Jun 1895, 4, OR/MI/IL; Mary, Dec 1899, 1, OR/MI/IL.
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Notes for Burr DEXTER


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for MI, Jackson Co., Henrietta.  Stamped
381.Dwelling/Family:  973/993.  Knight Dexter, 50, Carpenter, 200 personal
value, VT.  Lucinda Dexter, 50, NY.  Vernum, 26, NY (Idiotic); Burr, 20,
painter, NY; Chauncy, 16, farmer, NY; Nelson, 14; OH; Mary, 13,OH.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for MI, Mecosta Co., Mecosta Twp.  Enumerated:  22 Jun
1870.  Dwelling/Family:  7/7.
Dexler [sic], Burr, 40, Farmer, $1000, $235, New York
  Ellen J., 31 Keeping House, New York
  George B. 16, Work on Farm, Michigan
  Minnie L., 4, At Home, Michigan
  Nelson N., 2, At Home, Michigan
  Charles H, 4/12, At Home, Michigan [b. Apr

MILITARY:  22nd Michigan Infantry, COMPANY A, Enlisted Men:  Dexter,Burr;
Home: Farmington; 32 years of age. 
http://www.michiganinthewar.org/infantry/22compa.htm

Land Patents: DEXTER, BURR MI Mecosta 2/10/1873 Ionia 1458MI3000__.457
http://www.rootsweb.com/~mimecost/landpatents.html

History of Union and Wallowa Counties Page 656, 657
BURR DEXTER
BURR DEXTER. - To this veteran of many conflicts on the arena oflife's
battles, who has also fought in defence of the flag of freedom, while he has
ever demeaned himself with wisdom and valor, we arepleased to accord a
representation in this volume of the chronicles ofWallowa county, since also
to-day he is one of the venerable buildersof our county and a respected and
influential citizen. Mr. Dexter was born in Allegany county, New York, on
February 2,1830, being the son of Knight and Lucinda (Mapes) Dexter, natives
respectively of Virginia and New York. The father was a contractor and
builder, operating in New York and Ohio. Our subject was one of the home
circle beneath the parental roof until he had attained the age of nineteen and
then started forth to 'net the ways of life for himself. He first came to
Michigan and worked around St. John and Lansing, and continued until the year
1891. During this time, in the year 1862, he enlisted in theTwenty-second
Michigan Infantry and served his time with a good record, being in the army of
the Cumberland and participating in a number of battles. As was stated above,
in 1891, Mr. Dexter came to Wallowa county and purchased a farm five miles
northeast from Wallowa and took up the life of the agriculturist for two
years. Then that time of life had arrived when he was privileged to retire
from active participation in its arduous and laborious duties and accordingly,
he builded him a commodious and modern home in Wallowa and rented his fine
estate to his son, Chancey, of whom mention is made in another portion of this
work. He purchased his farm for thirteen hundred dollars and since that time
he has added improvements until it is o fthe value of ten thousand dollars. It
is now one of the best and most paying estates in the entire county, and does
great credit to the wisdom and enterprise of its worthy owner. In 1854, in
St. John, Michigan, Mr. Dexter married Miss Elizabeth Wyman, and one child,
George B., was the fruit of the union. This help meet was taken away by death,
and again our subject sought the matrimonial relations, taking for wife this
time Miss Ellen J., daughter of Nelson and Phoebe (Gee) Seaton, natives of New
York. This happy marriage occurred in Oakland county, Michigan, and four
children are the fruit: Nelson; Charles, deceased and buried in Clinton
county, Michigan; Chancey; Minnie. Mrs. Dexter was born on November 17, 1837,
in New York. Mr. Dexter is highly respected by all who know him, has led a
life of uprightness and faithfulness, and is now spending the golden years in
quiet enjoyment of the portion that his hands have wrought out for his meed,
while he is beloved and admired by all and surrounded with friends and
relatives.[http://www.usgennet.org/usa/or/county/wallowa/bios/biosd.htm]
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Notes for Carrie May DEXTER


OBITUARY:  "Mason City Globe-Gazette"  [Mason City, Cerro Gordo Co.,IA],
Thursday, 2 Dec 1965:
  NASHUA -- Mrs. Mae Johnson, 97, died Wednesday afternoon at a nursing home.
Funeral services will be Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at First Congregational Church,
Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery withChenoweth & Son Funeral Home in
charge. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. M. B. Norman, Nashua; Mrs. Neva
[sic, Neve] Mercer, Minneapolis; a son, Dexter Johnson, Sidona [sic, Sedona],
Ariz,; a sister, Mrs .Helen Getsch, Minneapolis; six grandchildren and 18
great-grandchildren.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Carrie May "Mae" Dexter Johnson
Birth:  Sept 1868, Chickasaw Co., IA
Death:  1 Dec 1965, Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA
Greenwood Cemetery, Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA
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Notes for Charles H. DEXTER


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for MI, Mecosta Co., Mecosta Twp.  Enumerated:  22 Jun
1870.  Dwelling/Family:  7/7.
Dexler [sic], Burr, 40, Farmer, $1000, $235, New York
  Ellen J., 31 Keeping House, New York
  George B. 16, Work on Farm, Michigan
  Minnie L., 4, At Home, Michigan
  Nelson N., 2, At Home, Michigan
  Charles H, 4/12, At Home, Michigan [b. Apr
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Notes for Chauncey DEXTER


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for MI, Jackson Co., Henrietta.  Stamped
381.Dwelling/Family:  973/993.  Knight Dexter, 50, Carpenter, 200
personalvalue, VT.  Lucinda Dexter, 50, NY.  Vernum, 26, NY (Idiotic);
Burr,20, painter, NY; Chauncy, 16, farmer, NY; Nelson, 14; OH; Mary, 13,OH.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for MI, Clinton Co., Greenbrush.  P. 75. P.O.:Keystone
& Greenbrush.  Chauncy Dexter, 26, farmer, 1250 real estate;300 personal, OH.  
Lydia Dexter, 23, NY.  Roswell Dexter, 1, MI.

DEATH:  Genealogical Death Indexing System.  Michigan Department ofHealth. 
http://www.mdch.state.mi.us/
Dexter, Chauncey.  Date of death:  21-Jan-1886; Ledger Page:  182;Record
Number:  4765; Place of death:  Greenbush; County of Death:Clinton;  Sex: 
Male; Race:  White; Marital Status:  Married; Age:  53years 4 months 5 days;
Cause of Death:  Consumption; Birthplace:  NewYork; Occupation:  Farmer;
Father's Name:  Last name not recorded, Notgiven; Father's Residence:  Not
given; Mother's Name: not given;Mother's Residence:  not given; Date of
record:  24-May-1887.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Chauncey Dexter
Birth: 1833
Death:  Jan 21, 1886
BuriedL  Eureka Township Cemetery, Eureka, Clinton Co., MI
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Chauncey D. DEXTER


CENSUS:  1840 US Census for OH, Knox Co., Berlin Township, p. 344:
Channey/Channcy* Doxter/Dexter [3 in household]
--- 1 male 20-30 [b. 1810-1820]
--- 1 female under 5 [b. 1835-1840]
--- 1 female 30-40 [b. 1800-1810]
*Enumerator's handwriting unclear.

CENSUS:  1850 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield
Township.Enumerated:  7 Sep 1850.  Dwelling/Family:  2367/2407, p. 517A:
Chauncy Dakster/Dukster [sic*], 36, $350 real estate, NY
--- Eunice, 40, NY
--- Harriet, 13, O [Ohio], Attended School
--- Abigail, 9, O, Attended School
--- Fidelia, 5, O, Attended School
--- Daniel, 3, O
*Image light and enumerator "spelling challenged." Listed above JohnRyan
[Rines] and Jackson Ryans [Rines] households,
No occupation or dittos for occupation apparent.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield Twp.,Chesterville
P.O.enumerated:  21 Jun 1860.  Dwelling/Family:  348/347.Chauncy Dexter, 46,
Master Carpenter, $1800 real estate, $500 persprop, NY.  Eunice, 49, NY. 
Abigail, 19, Weaver, OH.  Fidelia, 15,Domestic, Attended School.  Daniel, 13,
Ohio, Attended School.  ByronCaldwell, 22, Laborer, OH.

Byron was the son of Chauncy's sister, Amanda Dexter, who m. GeorgeCalwell
[aka Colwell] 29 Jun 1837.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield Twp.,Sparta P.O. 
Enumerated:  13 Jul 1870.  Dwelling/Family:  166/170.Dexter, Chancey [sic],
56, Farmer, $3600 real estate, $772 pers prop,Vermont.   Eunice, 60, Keeping
House, Connecticut.   Daniel, 23,Farmer, $300 pers prop, Ohio Thompson, Lydia,
66, Vermont.

Notes: Lydia Thompson is Lydia [Dexter] Thompson, Chauncey's sisterand widow
of Hubbard Thompson. Chauncey's and Eunice's daughter,Phidelia [aka Fidelia]
and her husband, Washington Kyle [sic. Kile]listed directly below.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield Township.E.D.
#133.  Enumerated:  9 Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:  50/52.Dexter, Chancy, 66,
Farmer, VT/VT/VT.  Eunice L, 70, Wife, 70, KeepingHouse, has Ague,

The Dexters' son, Daniel, listed on the same page [Dwelling
#49]____________________

DEATH:  LDS FamilySearch extraction
Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997:
Name: Chancey Dexter
Death Date: 12 Dec 1890
Death Place: Sparta, Morrow , Ohio
Age: 77; Est. Birth Date: 1813
Birthplace: New York
Occupation: Farmer
Marital Status: Married
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B07048-7 System Origin: Ohio-EASySource Film
Number: 388730 Reference Number: v 1 yrs 1880-1909 p 94

BURIAL:  Find A Grave Memorial #69148455 [tombstone image]:
Chancy Dexter
Birth:  Jul. 6, 1813
Death:  Dec. 13, 1890
Burial: Bloomfield Cemetery, Bloomfield, Morrow Co, OH
Plot: Section C- Row 3
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Notes for Chauncey Mordello DEXTER


"History of Union and Wallowa Counties"  Page 656,
657http://www.usgennet.org/usa/or/county/wallowa/bios/biosd.htm
C. M. DEXTER
C. M. DEXTER. - Among the younger men who have found homes in Wallowacounty
and are giving their energy and vigor to build up and developthe resources of
the same in a manner becoming the noble work that thepioneers did in laying
the foundations here, is to be mentioned theindustrious and intelligent and
capable citizen, whose name is at thehead of this article, and who has
manifested stanch qualities of moralworth and integrity that are
uncompromising and upright.      C. M.Dexter was born on March 18, 1877, in
Clinton county, Michigan, wherealso he spent the earlier years of his life,
receiving a goodeducation in the public schools and training in various
industries. In1891 he accompanied his father to this country, the latter
taking up ahomestead. Our subject remained here from three years, being
engagedin different occupations, including a service in mechanical lines,then
he repaired to his native place in Michigan. There he remainedfor two and
one-half years and then returned to Wallowa county andtook a homestead four
miles northeast from Wallowa and gave hisattention to farming and raising
stock. He has doubled the acreage ofhis homestead and manifest marked skill
and capabilities in hisagricultural work.      On July 10,1898, Mr. Dexter
married MissLaura, daughter of H. C. and Sarah (Conners) Cramer,
nativesrespectively of Illinois and Missouri. To this happy union there
havebeen born two children: Earl, born July 25, 1900: Effie D., bornFebruary
5, 1901. Mrs. Dexter was born February 19, 1880. Her fatherwas a farmer in
Cedar county, Missouri, and came to the west in 1880.For five years he gave
himself to exploration of different parts ofthe west, and then in 1885 settled
in Wallowa county. His home is nearthat of our subject, and Mr. Cramer is
sheriff of the county. Mr.Dexter has made a commendable record for one of the
young men of thecounty and he is considered one of its substantial and
enterprisingcitizens, manifesting ever those qualities that insure success in
hisundertakings and that are concomitant to the typical man.
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Notes for Clark Richard DEXTER


CENSUS:  1910 US Census for IA, Chickasaw Co., Bradford.  E.D. 39.  Enumerated: 
18 Apr 1910.  Dwelling/Family:  105/105.
Hubbard T. Dexter, head, 68, Md1, m at 45, OH/VT/VT/, agent, insurance.
  Mary A., wife, 68, m1, mat 45, 5 children, 5 living, Canada/England/England.
  Marie, dau, 24, IA/OH/Canada, Teacher, public schools.
  Clark, son, 21, IA/OH/Canada, bookkeeper, bank.

OBITUARY:  "The Nashua Reporter" [Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA],Wednesday, 6 Feb
1935, p. 1:
CLARK R. DEXTER CALLED
BY DEATH LAST THURSDAY
Was Widely Known Throughout
This Section. Funeral Held
Sunday Afternoon
Clark R. Dexter, deputy sheriff, and one of Chickasaw county's mosthighly
respected and best loved citizens, passed away at the hospitalin New Hampton
early Thursday morning, Jan. 31, 1935, after an illnessextending over a period
of about three months, during which time hesubmitted to two operations but his
ailment being of a malignantnature the skill of the best physicians and
surgeons and the bravefight of an undaunted spirit were unavailing, and a
useful life, justin its prime, was cut off.
Clark R. Dexter was born in Nashua, Jan. 26, 1889. Here he grew tomanhood,
attending the Nashua high school, and later taking a businesscourse at the
Southern Minnesota Business College, at Austin, Minn.,graduating in 1908. For
twenty-three years he was employed in thebanking business in Nashua, for many
years being cashier. After theconsolidation of the Nashua banks, Mr. Dexter
took up the insurancebusiness, which he followed until May, 1934, when he was
appointeddeputy sheriff of Chickasaw county for the remainder of the year,
andlater reappointed for 1935.
On June 18, 1913 he was united in marriage to Miss Eva Hanson of thiscity, who
with two daughters, Margaret and Alice Mae, survive to mournthe departure of
one who was all that a husband and a father could be.A son died in infancy.
Surviving besides the wife and daughters, are four sisters, Mrs. LouSmith,
Minneapolis; Mrs. C. L. Johnson, Nashua; Mrs. W. F. Getsch,Minneapolis, and
Mrs. H. S. Hanson, Peoria, Ill.
During his work in the bank he made a wide acquaintance and it can betruly
said that to know Clark was to feel at once that he was yourfriend. His open
countenance, his friendly smile, his sincerehandclasp, assured you that here
was a man worth of one's fullestconfidence, and Clark never betrayed a trust
placed in him. His owntroubles and misfortunes, and he had his full share,
were thrust intothe background, and his sole thought seem to be what he could
do tomake life brighter, and smooth over the rough places in the lives
ofothers. The esteem and love in which he was held was shown by thelarge
concourse of people from every walk of life who crowded thechurch to pay their
tribute of respect to a man whose departure theysincerely mourned. To his
family and relatives his own life will be abeautiful memory.
Clark was always active in church and social affairs. His sweet tenorvoice was
in demand on every occasion where it could be used and itwas his pleasure to
give of his talent. From many years he was amember of the Congregational
choir, of which church he was an activemember. He was also a member of the
Bradford Lodge 129, A. F. and A.M., which he served as Worshipful Master; of
DeMolay Consistory, 32ndDegree Masons, and of the Northeast Iowa Consistory
Club of which hewas a past president. At the time of his removal to New
Hampton he wasa member of the board of education of the Nashua Public schools,
andhe served a number of terms as city treasurer.
A brief funeral service was held at Knutson & Larkin's funeral parlorsin New
Hampton at 1 p.m. Sunday, Rev. W. A. Spiker of the New HamptonCongregational
church offering prayer and paying a tribute to thecharacter of the deceased.
Mrs. Ray Farragher and Miss Helen Whittlesang "The Old Rugged Cross," Clark's
favorite hymn, and one which hehad sung so sweetly for others on similar
occasions. Following thisservice, the body, accompanied by the family, the
court houseofficials, and many friends from New Hampton, was brought to
Nashua,where a service was held at the Congregational church at 3 p.m., Rev.G.
C. Lusted, assisted by Rev. J. H. Fairley, officiating. Mr. E. W.Staley,
accompanied by Mrs. Staley on the piano, sang "Crossing theBar". The beautiful
flowers banked around the casket were a mutetribute of the love to the
deceased. The service at the grave in OakHill cemetery was in charge of the
Masons. Casket bearers were: W. M.Prudhon, W. R. Clampitt, A. H. Meier, Galen
Mellinger, E. H. Yargerand G. E. Ellison.

The following poem is from the pen and heart of one of Clark's Nashuafriends:

Like the gardener plucks his flowers
From a thousand beauties rare,
So our Father and Creator
Does His blessings with us share;
When He gives us songful voices
That do all God's praises sing,
But in Heaven now rejoices
Singing glory to his King.

And may God who knows your sorrow
Be your comfort and your guide,
And in Heaven soon tomorrow
You may all be at his side.
When the pain you now must suffer
Shall to gladness be transformed,
You will thank Him for His wisdom
That your pathway has adorned.

How we used to love and cherish
Every verse and song he's sing;
How his ever quickened footsteps,
Cheer and laughter would us bring.
And with a little bit of coaxing
We could always make him sing.
How he loved the joyful evenings
When the crowd would join his ring.

Now he's gone and left us longing
For the happy times he made,
By his every joyful speeches
When he headed the brigade.
God has taken him to Heaven,
There to hear the Angels sing.
What a joy to him is given
When forever he can sing
With the great and countless chorus
Standing in the nightless sphere.
Never more a pain or sorrow,
Never more a sob nor tear.
God has given him the vision
There to see his title clear.
What a crown the Lord has given
For the gladness he spread here;
Life eternal up in Heaven,
Where he's living -- he's not dead.

Grant to use, our loving Father,
When our life on earth shall end,
Be our Savior and Redeemer,
And an everlasting friend.
That through all the life eternal
Up in Heaven we may spend;
Join our loved ones gone before us,
Where our meeting has no end.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Clark Richard Dexter
Birth:  26 Jan 1889, Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA
Death:  31 Jan 1935, New Hapton, Chickasaw Co., IA
Oak Hill Cemetery, Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA
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Notes for Daniel DEXTER


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield
Township.Enumerated:  7 Sep 1850.  Dwelling/Family:  2367/2407, p. 517A:
Chauncy Dakster/Dukster [sic*], 36, $350 real estate, NY
--- Eunice, 40, NY
--- Harriet, 13, O [Ohio], Attended School
--- Abigail, 9, O, Attended School
--- Fidelia, 5, O, Attended School
--- Daniel, 3, O
*Image light and enumerator "spelling challenged." Listed above John Ryan
[Rines] and Jackson Ryans [Rines] households,
No occupation or dittos for occupation apparent.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield Twp.,Chesterville
P.O. enumerated:  21 Jun 1860.  Dwelling/Family:  348/347. Chauncy Dexter, 46,
Master Carpenter, $1800 real estate, $500 pers prop, NY.  Eunice, 49, NY. 
Abigail, 19, Weaver, OH.  Fidelia, 15 ,Domestic, Attended School.  Daniel, 13,
Ohio, Attended School.  *Byron Caldwell, 22, Laborer, OH.
*Byron was the son of Chauncy's sister, Amanda Dexter, who m. George Calwell
[aka Colwell] 29 Jun 1837.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield Twp.,Sparta P.O. 
Enumerated:  13 Jul 1870.  Dwelling/Family:  166/170. Dexter, Chancey [sic],
56, Farmer, $3600 real estate, $772 pers prop,Vermont.   Eunice, 60, Keeping
House, Connecticut.   Daniel, 23, Farmer, $300 pers prop, Ohio Thompson,
Lydia, 66, Vermont.

Notes: Lydia Thompson is Lydia [Dexter] Thompson, Chauncey's sister and widow
of Hubbard Thompson. Chauncey's and Eunice's daughter, Phidelia [aka Fidelia]
and her husband, Washington Kyle [sic. Kile] listed directly below.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Daniel B. Dexter
Birth:  Feb 1845
Death:   Aug 11, 1920
Mound View Cemetery, Mount Vernon, Knox Co., OH
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Delano DEXTER


Birth determined from Cemetery records.

BURIAL:   Cemetery Records of Knox County, OH, Vol. 1, p.
474Boyd-Corbin-Frederick-Thrift-Stille Cemetery, Morris Township:Dexter,
Delano d. 05 September 1849, age 76y 9m 25d
BURIAL:  Find-A-Grave
Delano Dexter
Birth:  11 Nov 1772, VT
Death:  5 Sep 1849, Knox Co., OH
Cemetery:  Bloyd Cemetery, Fredericktown, Knox Co., OH
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Earl DEXTER


DEATH:  Social Security Death Index:
Name: Earl Dexter Born: 25 Jul 1899 Died: Dec 1979Last Residence:Zip 97756,
Redmond, Deschutes Co, ORLast Benefit: Zip 97760,Terrebonne, Deschutes Co, OR
Card issued Oregon [Before 1951]
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Notes for Edith A DEXTER


BURIAL:  Find-A-Grave
Edith A. Dexter
Birth:  24 Apr 1862
Death:  3 Sep 1863
Cemetery:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Eliza Mary DEXTER


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  p. 11.Dwelling/Family: 
100/114.  Knight Dexter, 36, Sheriff Tama Co., 1000real estate value, 800, OH. 
Mary A. Dexter, 37, OH.  Mary E. Dexter,14, OH.  Hattie Dexter, 12, WI; Elma,
10, IA; Joanna A., 5, IA; WillieA., 2, IA.

OBITUARY:  "Waterloo Evening Courier" [Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA],Friday,
Feb. 18, 1927, p. 19:

Mrs. Eliza D. Fee
Dies at Toledo;
Funeral Sunday
Toledo, Ia., Feb. 18. -- Mrs. Eliza D. Fee, resident of Toledo andvicinity for
70 years, died here Thursday morning of pneumbnia [sic],followed by a stroke
of paralysis. Funeral services will be heldSunday afternoon, Feb. 20, at 2:30
o'clock at Toledo United Brethrenchurch and burial will be made in Woodlawn
cemetery.
Mrs. Fee was born Eliza Dexter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. KnightDexter, in
Wisconsin, May 10, 1856, and moved to Toledo with herparents when she was an
infant. She attended the local schools, andfinished high school at the age of
16, after which she taught in theschools of the county.
She was married May 25, 1876, to George M. Fee, a farmer living in theFee
chapel neighborhood, north of Toledo, where Mrs. Fee taughtschool. They farmed
in that neighborhood until 1900, when they movedto Toledo to give their
children the educational opportunitiesafforded by Leander-Clark college.
Mr. and Mrs. Fee were the parents of four* children. Ira B.,superintendent of
schools in Missoula, Mont.; Mrs. P. R. Heily,Columbus, Mont., who will arrive
here Friday night; Dr. Knight E. Fee,Toledo physician; and W. A. Fee, Cedar
Rapids, all of whom survivetheir mother.
Mr. Fee died in February, 1922.

BURIAL:  W.P.A. - Works Projects Administation - 1930's Graves
SurveyRegistration.  http://iowawpagraves.org/    Eliza D. Fee:  Born: 10May
1856 Died: 17 Feb 1927 Cemetery: Woodlawn Location: Toledo Twp.County: Tama
Co. - Iowa Record Notes: Age 71

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Eliza Mary Dexter Fee
Birth:  10 May 1856, Coumbia Co., WI
Death:  17 Feb 1927, Tama Co., IA
Cemetery:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
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Notes for Elma Amanda DEXTER


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  p. 11.Dwelling/Family: 
100/114.  Knight Dexter, 36, Sheriff Tama Co., 1000real estate value, 800, OH. 
Mary A. Dexter, 37, OH.  Mary E. Dexter,14, OH.  Hattie Dexter, 12, WI; Elma,
10, IA; Joanna A., 5, IA; WillieA., 2, IA.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  ED:  334. P.
4;Dwelling/Family:  Dexter Knight, 45, brick mason, NY, VT, VT.  Mary
A.Dexter, 47, keeping house, PA, PA, PA; Elma A., 20, teaching school,IA, NY,
PA; Joanna A., 14, in school, IA, NY, PA; William A., 12, inschool, IA, NY,
PA; Alice, O., 7, IA, NY, PA.

BURIAL:  Iowa Cemetery Records [Ancestry.com]
Name: Elma Dexter Yeamans
Death Date: 25 Nov 1901
Page #: 217
Birth Date: 4 Apr 1860
Cemetery: Woodlawn
Town: Toledo
Relative: 41
Level Info: Gravestone Records of Tama County, Ia.
Find-a-Grave - Tombstone photo
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Notes for Emma Jerusha DEXTER


BURIAL:  Presbyterian Church, New Hamburg, Dutchess Co.,
NY.http://www.rootsweb.com/~nydutche/cems/nhpres.htm  Dexter, Emma J.,dau. of
John & Aronette, d. 1855, Nov. 25, a. 10-8-19
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Notes for Eugene DEXTER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OR, Wallowa Co., Wallowa.  ED: 104;Enumerated 16 &
17 Jun 1900; Sheet #6.  Dwelling/Family:  119/119.George Dexter, Jun 1853; 46;
MI, NY, NY; farmer.  Mary Dexter, Oct1855; 44. IL, VA, IN.  Married 24 years,
11 children, 10 suriving.John Dexter, Jul 1883, 16, KS/MI/IL; William Dexter,
Jan 1886, 14;KS/MI/IL; Arthur Dexter, Jul 1887, 12, KS/MI/IL; Eugene Dexter,
April1892, 8, OR/MI/IL; Henry, Jan 1891, 9, OR/MI/IL; Verda, Oct 1893,
6,OR/MI/IL; Nellie, Jun 1895, 4, OR/MI/IL; Mary, Dec 1899, 1, KS/MI/IL.

MILITARY:  WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.  Eugene Dexterregistered
in Umatilla Co., OR.  He gave his birth date as 8 April1892 and indicated he
was born in Wallowa, OR.  He is a farmer,married with a son, medium in height
and build and has blue eyes andlight hair.

BIRTH:  Oregon Historical Records Index:  Case#  687; Name:  Dexter,Eugene;
Date:  4/8/1892; Record Type: Delayed Birth; County:  Wallowa;Source:  Health. 
http://genealogy.state.or.us/

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index.  Eugene Dexter, b 8 Apr 1892; d.Apr 1965. 
Residence of record:  none indicated.  Card issued in OR.

BURIAL:  Milton-Freewater IOOF Cemetery, Umatilla County, OR.  DexterEugene
1892-1965 M-1
Headstone is broken.
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Notes for Fidelia DEXTER


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield
Township.Enumerated:  7 Sep 1850.  Dwelling/Family:  2367/2407, p. 517A:
Chauncy Dakster/Dukster [sic*], 36, $350 real estate, NY
--- Eunice, 40, NY
--- Harriet, 13, O [Ohio], Attended School
--- Abigail, 9, O, Attended School
--- Fidelia, 5, O, Attended School
--- Daniel, 3, O
*Image light and enumerator "spelling challenged." Listed above JohnRyan
[Rines] and Jackson Ryans [Rines] households,
No occupation or dittos for occupation apparent.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield Twp.,Chesterville
P.O.enumerated:  21 Jun 1860.  Dwelling/Family:  348/347.Chauncy Dexter, 46,
Master Carpenter, $1800 real estate, $500 persprop, NY.  Eunice, 49, NY. 
Abigail, 19, Weaver, OH.  Fidelia, 15,Domestic, Attended School.  Daniel, 13,
Ohio, Attended School.  ByronCaldwell, 22, Laborer, OH.

Byron was the son of Chauncy's sister, Amanda Dexter, who m. GeorgeCalwell
[aka Colwell] 29 Jun 1837.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Phidelia Dexter Kile
Birth:  Aug 23, 1845
Death:  Aug 1, 1928
Buried:  Bloomfield Cemetery, Bloomfield, Morrow Co., OH
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Florence J DEXTER


BURIAL:  Find-A-Grave.com
Florence J. Dexter
Birth:  1888
Death:  1984
Burial:  Mount Rest Cemetery, Saint Johns, Clinton Co., MI
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Notes for Genevieve DEXTER


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Genevieve R. Dexter Karcher
Birth:  Jul 18, 1891
Death:  Mar 1986
Buried:  Fairview Cemetery, Homer, Calhoun Co., MI
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for George Burr DEXTER


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for MI, Mecosta Co., Mecosta Twp.  Enumerated:  22 Jun
1870.  Dwelling/Family:  7/7.
Dexler [sic], Burr, 40, Farmer, $1000, $235, New York
  Ellen J., 31 Keeping House, New York
  George B. 16, Work on Farm, Michigan
  Minnie L., 4, At Home, Michigan
  Nelson N., 2, At Home, Michigan
  Charles H, 4/12, At Home, Michigan [b. Apr

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OR, Wallowa Co., Wallowa.  ED: 104;Enumerated 16 &
17 Jun 1900; Sheet #6.  Dwelling/Family:  119/119.George Dexter, Jun 1853; 46;
MI, NY, NY; farmer.  Mary Dexter, Oct1855; 44. IL, VA, IN.  Married 24 years,
11 children, 10 suriving.John Dexter, Jul 1883, 16, KS/MI/IL; William Dexter,
Jan 1886, 14;KS/MI/IL; Arthur Dexter, Jul 1887, 12, KS/MI/IL; Eugene Dexter,
April1892, 8, OR/MI/IL; Henry, Jan 1891, 9, OR/MI/IL; Verda, Oct 1893,
6,OR/MI/IL; Nellie, Jun 1895, 4, OR/MI/IL; Mary, Dec 1899, 1, OR/MI/IL.

DEATH:  Oregon Historical Records Index Detail
Informationhttp://genealogy.state.or.us/detail.php?id=234266Case#  24-27;
NameDexter, George B; Date  1920; Record Type  Estate; County  Umatilla 
;Source  County

Oregon Death Index Search Results.  George Burr Dexter, Mar 27, 1920,Umatilla
Co., OR.  Cert:  135

BURIAL:  Find-A-Grave.com
George B. Dexter
Birth:  Unk
Death:  1920
Burial:  Desert Lawn Memorial Cemetery, Irrigon, Morrow Co., OR
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Notes for George Murray DEXTER


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for OH, Delaware Co., Trenton.  Enumerated 27Jul 1850. 
Stamped 160.  Dwelling/Family:  918/919.  In the householdof Emmerson
Stockman.  Thomas Dexter, 41, farmer, VT.  AngelineDexter, 37, VT.  Knight
Dexter, 16, farmer, NY.  Thompson Dexter, 9,Ohio.  George M. Dexter, 6, Ohio. 
Orin Tubbs, 20, farmer, VT.

MILITARY:  Corporal George Murray Dexter of Leeds, Columbia Co., WI, enlisted
in Co. I, 18th Wisconsin Infantry 19 Dec 1861. He was taken prisoner at
Shiloh, TN, 6 Apr 1862 and died in a Confederate prison camp 26 May 1862. The
son of Thomas Pell Dexter and Angeline Randall, George was born c1843 in
Morrow Co., OH. His father predeceased him and his mother married second a
widower named Jonathan Chase.

BURIAL:  Find-A-Grave.com
George M. Dexter
Birth:  Unknown
Death:  26 May 1862
Inscription:  Co., I[?] 18th Reg
Note:  Eleven fallen Civil War soldiers are listed on this monument. It is
unclear whether they are buried here or if this is simply amemorial.
Burial:  Leeds Cemetery, Leeds, Columbia Co., WI
Tombstone photo on memorial
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Notes for Harriet Levina DEXTER


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  p. 11.Dwelling/Family: 
100/114.  Knight Dexter, 36, Sheriff Tama Co., 1000real estate value, 800, OH. 
Mary A. Dexter, 37, OH.  Mary E. Dexter,14, OH.  Hattie Dexter, 12, WI; Elma,
10, IA; Joanna A., 5, IA; WillieA., 2, IA.

OBITUARY:  "Humboldt Republican" [Humboldt, Humboldt Co., IA] Friday,12 Jun
1936, p. 1:Mrs. Hattie JonesDies at Gilmore CityWednesdayEvening     Mrs.
Hattie D. Jones, 78, died at the home of her son,Dr. C. L. Jones in Gilmore
City, Wednesday evening. Mrs. Jones hadmade her home in Fort Dodge for several
years with a daughter untilshe underwent an operation in May after which she
was cared for in herson's home.     Funeral services were held Friday morning
at teno'clock at the First Methodist Church in Fort Dodge. Burial was
atToledo.     Surviving are two children, Dr. Jones and Miss Mary Jonesof
Fort Dodge.

BURIAL:  Find-A-Grave.com
Harriet Lavina "Hattie: Dexter Jones
Birth:  14 Jun 1858
Death:  10 Jun 1936
Cemetery:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
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Notes for Harriet M DEXTER


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield
Township.Enumerated:  7 Sep 1850.  Dwelling/Family:  2367/2407, p. 517A:
Chauncy Dakster/Dukster [sic*], 36, $350 real estate, NY
--- Eunice, 40, NY
--- Harriet, 13, O [Ohio], Attended School
--- Abigail, 9, O, Attended School
--- Fidelia, 5, O, Attended School
--- Daniel, 3, O
*Image light and enumerator "spelling challenged." Listed above JohnRyan
[Rines] and Jackson Ryans [Rines] households,
No occupation or dittos for occupation apparent.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Harriet M. Dexter Kile
Birth:  Feb 2, 1836
Death:  Oct 2, 1914
Buried:  Bloomfield Cemetery, Bloomfield, Morrow Co., OH
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Notes for Henry Lee DEXTER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OR, Wallowa Co., Wallowa.  ED: 104;Enumerated 16 &
17 Jun 1900; Sheet #6.  Dwelling/Family:  119/119.George Dexter, Jun 1853; 46;
MI, NY, NY; farmer.  Mary Dexter, Oct1855; 44. IL, VA, IN.  Married 24 years,
11 children, 10 suriving.John Dexter, Jul 1883, 16, KS/MI/IL; William Dexter,
Jan 1886, 14;KS/MI/IL; Arthur Dexter, Jul 1887, 12, KS/MI/IL; Eugene Dexter,
April1892, 8, OR/MI/IL; Henry, Jan 1891, 9, OR/MI/IL; Verda, Oct 1893,
6,OR/MI/IL; Nellie, Jun 1895, 4, OR/MI/IL; Mary, Dec 1899, 1, OR/MI/IL.

MILITARY:  WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.  Henry Lee
Dexterregistered in Yamhill Co., OR.  He gave his birth date as 6 Jan1891and
indicated he was born in Wallowa, OR.  He is a farmer, marriedand has a child,
tall and slender in build and has gray eyes and darkbrown hair.
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Notes for Hubbard Thompson DEXTER


SOURCE:  "History of Chickasaw and Howard Counties, Iowa," by W. E. Alexander
[Western Publishing Company, Decorah, Iowa, 1883], Chickasaw County
Biographies, Bradford Township [online transcription]:
  H. T. Dexter, proprietor, "Old Reliable" meat market, Nashua, Iowa, the only
first-class meat market in the city, established business in '68. Mr. D. was
born in Ohio, in '41, and came west to Wisconsin in '53, and located in
Columbia county, where he remained some time, when he came to Iowa, and
located in Dayton township, Chickasaw county. In politics he figures with the
republicans, and has served as deputy sheriff of the county for four years.
Was united in marriage to Mary A. Lester, a. native of Wisconsin, and they
have three children, named May, Louisa and Nellie.

CENSUS:  1850 US Census for OH, Delaware Co., Trenton.  Enumerated 27Jul 1850. 
Stamped 160.  Dwelling/Family:  918/919.  In the householdof Emmerson
Stockman.  Thomas Dexter, 41, farmer, VT.  AngelineDexter, 37, VT.  Knight
Dexter, 16, farmer, NY.  Thompson Dexter, 9,Ohio.  George M. Dexter, 6, Ohio. 
Orin Tubbs, 20, farmer, VT.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for IA, Chickasaw Co., Bradford.  E.D. 39. 
Enumerated:  18 Apr 1910.  Dwelling/Family:  105/105.
Hubbard T. Dexter, head, 68, Md1, m at 45, OH/VT/VT/, agent, insurance.
  Mary A., wife, 68, m1, mat 45, 5 children, 5 living, Canada/England/England.
  Marie, dau, 24, IA/OH/Canada, Teacher, public schools.
  Clark, son, 21, IA/OH/Canada, bookkeeper, bank.



OBITUARY:  "The Nashua Reporter" [Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA], Wednesday, 31
Aug 1932, p. 1:
H. T. DEXTER CALLED TO
REST AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Ninety-Year-Old Resident, One-
Time Mayor and Justice of
Peace, Died Monday
After eight weeks of illness, during which he was confined to his bed,H. T.
Dexter fell into his last long sleep on Monday, Aug. 29, 1932,at about 11
o'clock a.m., at the home of his eldest daughter, Mrs. C.L. Johnson.
His had been a busy and a useful life, and even a year ago, at theadvanced age
of 89 years, he was still agent for the First FireInsurance Company of New
York, and able to transact their business inthis locality.
Thompson Hubbard Dexter was born at Fredericktown, Ohio, on Dec. 8,1841. When
about 12 years of age, in 1853, he came with his parents topioneer in the
west. The family first settled in Wisconsin, where hegrew to young manhood and
then he came further west with the RichardLester family and settled on a farm
near the Wapsie, where theyafterward bought a whole section of land for only
$14.00.
On Jan. 3, 1864, he was united in marriage with Mary Ann Lester, atNew
Hampton, Iowa, and later they came to Nashua to make their home.Their
companionship lasted for sixty-two years until death claimed herlife in 1921.
Mr. Dexter held many positions of trust during his residence offifty-seven
years in our community.
He was engaged in the meat market business for twenty-four years, andwas agent
for the First American Fire Insurance Company of New Yorkfor 36 years, having
received from them a gold medal after 33 years offaithful service.
For 13 years he was assessor for this township, for 35 years he wasJustice of
the Peace, and at one time he was deputy sheriff. For twoterms he was elected
as mayor of Nashua, which office he filled in acredible manner.
He and his wife were permitted to celebrate their Golden Wedding,surrounded by
their children and grandchildren in the year 1915. Sincethe death of his
companion in 1921, he had made his home with hisdaughter, Mrs. Johnson, where
death claimed him.
Besides Mrs. May Johnson, he is survived by the following children:Mrs. Louise
Smith and Mrs. Nellie Getsch of Minneapolis; Mrs. MarieHanson of Peoria, Ill.,
and C. R. Dexter, all of whom were with himfor several weeks to administer to
his comforts and needs.
The funeral will be held at the Johnson home today, Wednesday, Aug.31, at 2
p.m., Rev. Wm. H. Kent, pastor of his church officiating, and the body will be
lad to rest near loved ones in Oak Hill cemetery.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Hubbard Thompson Dexter
Birth:  8 Dec 1841, Fredericktown, Knox Co., OH
Death:  29 Aug 1932, Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA
Oak Hill Cemetery, Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA
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Notes for James DEXTER


BIRTH:  Collection of the Massachusetts Historical Society of the 4thSeries. 
Boston, MA/Crosby Nichols and Co., 1854.
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Notes for Joanna Allen DEXTER


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  p. 11.Dwelling/Family: 
100/114.  Knight Dexter, 36, Sheriff Tama Co., 1000real estate value, 800, OH. 
Mary A. Dexter, 37, OH.  Mary E. Dexter,14, OH.  Hattie Dexter, 12, WI; Elma,
10, IA; Joanna A., 5, IA; WillieA., 2, IA.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  ED:  334. P.
4;Dwelling/Family:  Dexter Knight, 45, brick mason, NY, VT, VT.  Mary
A.Dexter, 47, keeping house, PA, PA, PA; Elma A., 20, teaching school,IA, NY,
PA; Joanna A., 14, in school, IA, NY, PA; William A., 12, inschool, IA, NY,
PA; Alice, O., 7, IA, NY, PA.
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Notes for John DEXTER


BURIAL:  Presbyterian Church, New Hamburg, Dutchess Co.,
NY.http://www.rootsweb.com/~nydutche/cems/nhpres.htm  Dexter, John, d.1848,
Mar. 29, a. 28-7-25.
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Notes for John DEXTER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OR, Wallowa Co., Wallowa.  ED: 104;Enumerated 16 &
17 Jun 1900; Sheet #6.  Dwelling/Family:  119/119.George Dexter, Jun 1853; 46;
MI, NY, NY; farmer.  Mary Dexter, Oct1855; 44. IL, VA, IN.  Married 24 years,
11 children, 10 suriving.John Dexter, Jul 1883, 16, KS/MI/IL; William Dexter,
Jan 1886, 14;KS/MI/IL; Arthur Dexter, Jul 1887, 12, KS/MI/IL; Eugene Dexter,
April1892, 8, OR/MI/IL; Henry, Jan 1891, 9, OR/MI/IL; Verda, Oct 1893,
6,OR/MI/IL; Nellie, Jun 1895, 4, OR/MI/IL; Mary, Dec 1899, 1, OR/MI/IL.
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Notes for Jonathan C DEXTER


American Civil War Soldiers:  Name: J C DexterResidence: Southfield,Michigan 
Enlistment Date: 11 August 1862 Side Served: Union StateServed: Michigan 
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 11 Aug 1862at the age of 19Enlisted
in Company A, 22nd Regiment MichiganInfantry 14 Aug 1862.Killed Company A,
22nd Regiment MichiganInfantry 20 Sep 1863, Chickamauga, GA.Civil War
Pension Index:Dexter, Jonathan CCrpl, A, 22, Mich, InfFather: Varnum CDexter
Father's Pension: 1865 Aug 6?, Application No. 161.463,Certificate No. 116.579
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Notes for Jonathan C DEXTER


Main Source: Carol Page Tilson via email June 2005 & Jan 2007

According to the "History of Rutland County Vermont with Illustrations&
Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Prominent Men & Pioneers,"edited by H. Y.
Smith & W. S. Rann [D. Mason & Co. Publishers,Syracuse, NY, 1886], Jonathan C.
Dexter was "born at Jay, N. Y., in1810, studied law with Hon. A. L. Brown, in
Rutland, and went to Danbyin 1831; practiced there five years and several
years in Rutland, andin 1849 went California, where he died."Sometime before
1840,Jonathan Dexter m. Helen Burt, daughter of Charles Burt of the town
ofRutland. Charles Burt's bio [same history as noted above] says "Helenwas the
wife first of J. C. Dexter, the first sheriff of SanFrancisco, and second, of
General Hall of Wallingford, and third, ofHosea Eddy of that town."Heaven
only knows where the Burts came upwith the sheriff business [San Francisco's
first sheriff was JohnCoffee Hays who served from 1850-1852]. And Jonathan
didn't die inCalifornia either, according to an abstract of his will.
Jonathan C. Dexter died in 1849 on board the ship "Unicorn" while enroute
between San Francisco, CA and Panama. While mortally ill on thisship, Jonathan
C. wrote his will [dated 14 Dec 1849 and dictated to afriend], calling himself
"of Rutland, Rutland Co., VT." He apparentlyhad no children as none are named
in this will or even referred to.Among others, he named his wife Helen A.
Dexter, his mother SafetyDexter [then of Mendon, Monroe Co., NY], his father
Joseph Dexter ofBombay, NY, his sister, Anna Smith of Bombay, NY and her
husbandWilliam Smith, his sister Delana Dexter [married but he couldn'trecall
her husband's name], his brother Barnum [sic - Varnum] C.Dexter, his sister
Lydia Tuttle, his sister Polly Fish, his sisterSafety Schuyler, and his
father-in-law, Charles Burt.
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Notes for Joseph DEXTER


MAIN SOURCE:  Tuttle, Alva M.  Tuttle-Tuthill lines in America Columbus,
Ohio: The compiler, 1968, 730 pgs.  (pgs 176 & 553)

SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Dexter family in America; descendants of Thomas
Dexter, together with a record of other allied families;" 

166 Gideon,(5) Dexter, son of Constant(4) [Benjamin(3) William(2)-, Thomas(1)]
and Meribali [Dilloway] Dexter, was born 29 Jan., 1750; married Mary . 
Two children : 
304 i Joseph(6) Dexter, b. 12 July, 1774. 
305 ii Gideon F.(6) Dexter, b. 21 Oct., 1781. 

BIRTH:  Massachusetts Births and Christenings, 1639-1915, LDS Film No. 775836
[LDS FamilySearch transcription]:
Name: Joseph Dexter
Birth Date: 12 Jul 1774
Birthplace: Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts
Father's Name: Gideon Dexter
Mother's Name: Mary

CENSUS:  1850 US Census for NY, St. Lawrence Co., Brasher, p. 416A, Dwelling
#1560, Family #1580, Lines 10-17, enumerated 19 Sep 1850:  William Smith, 50,
Farmer, $640 real estate, VT.  Ann, 50, NY.   Jay, 22, NY.  Polly, 16, NY. 
Joseph, 13, NY.  Jonathan, 8, NY.  Isabel, 5,NY.  Joseph Dexter, 77, No
Occupation, Mass

BURIAL:  Find-a-grave.com
Joseph Dexter
Birth:  Jul 12, 1744
Death:  Apr 8, 1852
Buried:  Hillside Rest Cemetery, Franklin Co., NY
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CENSUS:  1900 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  E.D. 147.Enumerated:  3 Jun
1900.  Dwelling/Family:  351/370.  Will A. Dexter,head, Dec 1867, 32, m10 yrs,
IA/UNK/UNK, something? bank.  Bessie,wife, May 1868, 32, IA/MA/NY.  Joy, dght,
Mar 1874, 6, IA/MA/NY.Margery, dau, Mar 1898, 2, IA/MA/NY.  Chas A. DeLong,
lodger, Dec1873, 24, IA/NY/NY, county supt.

DEATH:  LDS FamilySearch Death Extractions
Iowa, Deaths and Burials
Name: Joy Dexter Mowbray
Burial Date: 09 Feb 1923
Burial Place: Toledo, Iowa
Death Date: 06 Feb 1923
Death Place: Corwin, Ida, Iowa
Age: 28; Birth Date: 11 Mar 1894
Birthplace: Toledo, Iowa
Occupation: Housewife
Marital Status: Married
Father's Name: W. A. Dexter
Father's Birthplace: Toledo, Iowa
Mother's Name: Bessie Rogers
Mother's Birthplace: Toledo, Iowa
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B75181-6
System Origin: Iowa-EASy
Source Film Number: 1433591

OBITUARY:  "Progress Review"  [LaPorte City, IA]  Thursday February15, 1923,
p. 1
MRS. CURTIS MOWBRAY DEAD.
Vinton Eagle:  News of the death of Mrs. Curtis C. Mowbray, of Toledo,which
occurred Tuesday of last week at Ida Grove, was received withsorrow by the
friends she had made during a short residence in thisvicinity, and the many
friends of Mr. Mowbray, who was born and rearedon the farm northwest of
Garrison.  Her death was caused by perniciousanemia, with which she had been
affected for three years.  At the timeof her death she was at the home of an
uncle, Dr. Bruce Fisher, at IdaGrove, where she had gone for treatment.
Funeral services were held at the United Brethren church in ToledoThursday
afternoon, and interment was in Woodlawn cemetery there.
Mrs. Mowbray, whose maiden name was Joy Dexter, was born in Toledo,March 11,
1891, and practically all of her life was lived there.  Sheand Mr. Mowbray
were classmates at Leander Clark college, from whichshe graduated in 1917. 
Their marriage took place January 4, 1918, and they went to Louisiana to make
their home.  Later in the year Mr.Mowbray entered the farm, and Mrs. Mowbray
joined some relatives atNew Orleans and went immediately into the Red Cross
service.  WhenMrs. Mowbray's health began to fail they came north and went
toRochester, clinic, where the disease from which she was suffering
wasdiagnosed.  For one year they occupied the old Mowbray farm in
Monroetownship, and later went to Toledo, where Mr. Mowbray went intobusiness.
Mr. Mowbray has the deepest sympathy of his many friends in thiscommunity in
his bereavement.
Relatives from this vicinity who attended the funeral were:  Mr. andMrs. L.H.
Greaser, Lewis Groaser and D.E. Mackie, of Vinton; WmMackie, of Mt. Auburn;
Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Mowbray and son, and Mrs.Mary Pollock, of Garrison; Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Mowbray, of La Porte City.

OBITUARY:  "Cedar Valley Daily Times" [Vinton, Benton Co., IA],Friday, 9 Feb
1923, p. 1:
Relatives Attend
Funeral at Toledo
Among those from Vinton motoring to Toledo yesterday to attend thefuneral of
Mrs. Curtis Mowbray were Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Greaser and Mr.and Mrs. Dave
Mackie. Mr. Mowbray is a nephew of Mrs. Greaser and Mr.Mackie.
Mrs. Mowbray's death occurred Tuesday morning from pernicious anaemia.She had
been in failing health for several years. Mrs. Mowbray was born and reared in
Toledo. She was 29 years old. Her marriage toCurtis Mowbray of Vinton took
place on Jan. 5, 1918 [sic],
Funeral services were conducted by Prof Ward of Coe college, formerlyan
instructor in Leander Clark college at Toledo. Burial in the Toledocemetery.
Mrs. Mowbray was not generally known in Vinton, but her husband is anative of
Benton county. She has visited here and in the county nearGarrison. Mr.
Mowbray is a brother of Andrew Mowbray of Big Grovetownship.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave
Joy Dexter Mowbray
Birth:  11 Mar 1894, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
Death:  6 Feb 1923, Ida Co., IA
Burial:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
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CENSUS:  1850 US Census for OH, Delaware Co., Trenton.  Enumerated 27Jul 1850. 
Stamped 160.  Dwelling/Family:  918/919.  In the householdof Emmerson
Stockman.  Thomas Dexter, 41, farmer, VT.  AngelineDexter, 37, VT.  Knight
Dexter, 16, farmer, NY.  Thompson Dexter, 9,Ohio.  George M. Dexter, 6, Ohio. 
Orin Tubbs, 20, farmer, VT.

CENSUS:  1850 US Census for OH, Knox Co., Mount Vernon Ward 5.District #83,
Stamped 216.  Dwelling/Family: 138/146.  Knight Dexteris in the home of George
Madden.  Knight is 17, a mason, and born inOH, Knox Co. (Census for him taken
twice!)

SOURCE:  History of Tama County Iowa
Chapter XIII
"National, State and County Representation"
In November, 1864, Knight Dexter was elected Sheriff of Tama county.In 1865,
1867, 1869 and 1871, he was re-elected, and served untilJanuary, 1874, making
a faithful and satisfactory official.http://www.rootsweb.com/~iatama/ch13.html

SOURCE:  Military records of individual Civil War soldiersAmerican Civil
WarSoldiers RecordName: Knight Dexter ,Residence: Toledo,IowaEnlistment
Date: 31 July 1861Distinguished Service:DISTINGUISHED SERVICESide Served:
UnionState Served: IowaUnitNumbers: 182 182Service Record: Enlisted as a
Sergeant on 31 July1861 at the age of 28Enlisted in Company C, 10th Infantry
RegimentIowa on 06 September 1861.Received a disability discharge Company
C,10th Infantry Regiment Iowa on 21 February 1863 in Davenport,IASOURCE: 
American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)Name: KnightDEXTERBirth Date:
1834Birthplace: New YorkVolume: 43Page Number:252Reference: Gen. Column of
the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.(The greatest single source of material
for gen. Data for the N.E. areaand for the period 1600-1800. Completely
indexed in the Index.): 9 Mar1931, 14

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  p. 11.Dwelling/Family: 
100/114.  Knight Dexter, 36, Sheriff Tama Co., 1000real estate value, 800, OH. 
Mary A. Dexter, 37, OH.  Mary E. Dexter,14, OH.  Hattie Dexter, 12, WI; Elma,
10, IA; Joanna A., 5, IA; WillieA., 2, IA.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  ED:  334. P.
4;Dwelling/Family:  Dexter Knight, 45, brick mason, NY, VT, VT.  Mary
A.Dexter, 47, keeping house, PA, PA, PA; Elma A, 20, teaching school,IA, NY,
PA; Joanna A., 14, in school, IA, NY, PA; William A., 12, inschool, IA, NY,
PA; Alice, O., 7, IA, NY, PA.

SOURCE:  "1886 Muster Roll of the Tama County
Reserves"http://www.rootsweb.com/~iatama/tamareserves.htmlOrganized in
theCounty of Tama under Chapter 84, Laws of the Regular Session of theTenth
General Assembly of the State of Iowa.  Dexter Knight 1.Sergt.;Age: 30; Post
Office: Toledo; Township: Toledo; Nativity: NY

CENSUS:  1895 State Census for Iowa, Tama Co, Toledo. 
 Knight Dexter, 60, NY; Mary Dexter, 62, PA.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  ED:  147.  Sheet11A. 
Dwelling/Family:  226/242.  Knight Dexter, Jun 1834; NY, VT, VT.Mary A.
Dexter, Feb 1833, married 47 years, 8 children, 6 surviving;PA, PA, PA.

SOURCE:  American Genelogical - Biographical Index.  [Ancestry.com]
Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.   ( The greatestsingle
source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for theperiod
1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 9 Mar 1931, 1445
Knight Dexter
Birth date:  1834             Birth place:  New York
Volume: 43.  Pg. 252

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for IA, Tama Ward 1.  E.D. 169.  Enumerated:26 Apr
1910.  Dwelling/Family:  237/237.  Dexter Knight, head, 75, Wd,NY/VT/VT, own
income.  Margaret Hutson, housekeeper, 70, Wd, OH/NY/NY.

BURIAL:  Iowa Cemetery Records:  Gravestone records of Tama Co., IA. Knight
Dexter, d. 11 Jun 1918; Pg. 40.  Birth date 17 Jun 1834. Cemetery:  Woodlawn. 
Age:  84.  (Ancestry.com)
BURIAL:  Find-A-Grave.com
Knight Dexter
Birth:  17 Jun 1834, Allegany Co., NY
Death:  11 Jun 1918, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
Cemetery:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
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CENSUS:  1850 US Census for MI, Jackson Co., Henrietta.  Stamped
381.Dwelling/Family:  973/993.  Knight Dexter, 50, Carpenter, 200
personalvalue, VT.  Lucinda Dexter, 50, NY.  Vernum, 26, NY (Idiotic);
Burr,20, painter, NY; Chauncy, 16, farmer, NY; Nelson, 14; OH; Mary, 13, OH.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Knight Dexter
Birth:  1799
Death:  1855
Buried:  Eureka Township Cemetery, Eureka, Clinton co., MI
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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OBITUARY:  "The Nashua Reporter" [Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA], Wednesday, 8 Jan
1941, p. 1:
MRS. LOUISE DEXTER-SMITH
DIED JAN. 2 AT SIOUX CITY
Was Member of a Pioneer Nashua
Family and Early Graduate
from Nashua High School
Mrs. Louise-Dexter Smith, 70, a member of one of Nashua's mostrespected
pioneer families and one of the early graduates from Nashuahigh school, died
Thursday, Jan. 2, at the home of her daughter, Mrs.M. O. Waterman, in Sioux
City, Iowa.
She had been in poor health, due to heart trouble for many monthspreceding her
death.
The remains were brought to Nashua and funeral services were heldSunday
afternoon at the Greenfield Funeral Home, with Rev. F. L.Hanscom officiating.
A quartet, comprised of A. H. Meier, J. G.Lovejoy, Miss Margaret Taylor and
Mrs. Beulah accompanied by RichardMeier, sang "No Night There" and "Beautiful
Isle".
Burial was made in the family plot in Greenwood cemetery. Pallbearerswere: J.
M. Howard, Galen Mellinger, Dexter Johnson, L. P. Bullen,Robert Norman and
Walter Carter.
Out-of town relatives and friends here to attend the funeral besidesmembers of
the immediate family were: Mrs. Emma Mottershead, Mr. andMrs. Walter Carter
and Miss Louise Getsch, of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs.H. F. Abbs, Mrs. and Mrs.
W. R. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Johnson ofWaterloo, and Mrs. Lena Springer of
Cedar Rapids.

"The Nashua Reporter" [Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA], Wednesday, 8 Jan1941, p. 8:
OBITUARIES
Mrs. Louise Dexter Smith
Louise Dexter was born in Nashua, Sept. 15, 1870, the daughter of H.T. and
Mary Ann Lester Dexter. She died Jan. 2, 1941, at the home ofher daughter,
Mrs. M. O. Waterman, at Sioux City, Ia.
She was a member of the fourth class to be graduated from Nashua highschool,
in 1890.
She was married to Edward P. Smith in March, 1896, and they wentdirectly to
Cedar Falls to establish their home. In 1918 they moved toWaterloo and a year
later to Minneapolis, where Mr. Smith died inFebruary, 1920. Since that time
she had lived with her children andher two sisters in Nashua, the past two
years having been spent withMrs. Waterman.
Four children born to Mr. and Mrs. Smith survive her. They are: Mrs.Waterman
[the former Mary Louise Smith]; Mrs. H. F. Cole [the formerHelen Smith] of
Grand Rapids, Mich,; Edward Smith, of Davenport, Iowa,and Stuart Smith, of
Minneapolis. There are also 10 grandchildren andthree sisters, Mesdames C. L.
Johnson and W. F. Getsch, both of Nashuaand Mrs. H. F. Hanson of Peoria, Ill.
One brother, Clark Dexter,preceded her in death in 1934.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Louise L. Dexter Smith
Birth:  15 Sep 1870, Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA
Death:  2 Jan 1941, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA
Greenwood Cemetery, Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA
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CENSUS:  1870 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield Twp.,Sparta P.O. 
Enumerated:  13 Jul 1870.  Dwelling/Family:  166/170.Dexter, Chancey [sic],
56, Farmer, $3600 real estate, $772 pers prop,Vermont.   Eunice, 60, Keeping
House, Connecticut.   Daniel, 23,Farmer, $300 pers prop, Ohio. Thompson,
Lydia, 66, Vermont.

Notes: Lydia Thompson is Lydia [Dexter] Thompson, Chauncey's sisterand widow
of Hubbard Thompson. Chauncey's and Eunice's daughter,Phidelia [aka Fidelia]
and her husband, Washington Kyle [sic. Kile]listed directly below.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Lydia Dexter Thompson
Birth:  1799, Rutland Co., VT
Death:  23 Aug 1874
Cemetery:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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DEATH:  Information from C. P. Tilson via post-em.  June 13, 2005Lydia [Dexter]
Tuttle d. 1868, age 70; bur. 18 Oct 1868, LakesideCemetery, Hastings Township,
Dakota Co., MN.  Source: Dakota CountyHistorical Society Cemetery Database.

BURIAL:  Lakeside Cemetery, Hastings Township, Dakota Co., MN.  TuttleLydia
1868 Lakeside 70 years: Bur. 10-18-1868: Mrs.
Nathaniel.http://www.dakotahistory.org/
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Notes for Margery Mary DEXTER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  E.D. 147.Enumerated:  3 Jun
1900.  Dwelling/Family:  351/370.  Will A. Dexter,head, Dec 1867, 32, m10 yrs,
IA/UNK/UNK, something? bank.  Bessie,wife, May 1868, 32, IA/MA/NY.  Joy, dght,
Mar 1874, 6, IA/MA/NY.Margery, dau, Mar 1898, 2, IA/MA/NY.  Chas A. DeLong,
lodger, Dec1873, 24, IA/NY/NY, county supt.

DEATH:  LDS FamilySearch Extractions - No image available
Wisconsin Death Index, 1959-1997
Name: Margery D Hollnagel, 60
Death Date: 17 Mar 1959
Event Place: Nelo, , Wisconsin
Residence: Wisconsin

DEATH:  Wisconsin Death Index, 1959-1997 (Ancestry.com)
Name:	Margery D Hollnagel
Age:	60
Sex:	F (Female)
Birth Date:	abt 1899
Death Date:	17 Mar 1959
Location:	Nelo (May be abbreviated)

*Nelo = New London, Outagamie Co., WI

OBITUARY:  "Post Crescent" [Appleton, Outagamie Co., WI], Wednesday,18 Mar
1959, p. 18
Mrs. Henry Hollnagel
Mrs. Henry Hollnagel, 60, route 4, Waupaca, died at 7 a.m. Tuesday inWaupaca
[sic*] after a short illness. She was born March 23, 1898, inToledo, Iowa, and
moved to the Waupaca area in 1948.
Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Friday at the Parfreyville** Methodist
church with burial in Forest Lawn Memorial park, NorthHollywood, Calif.
Friends may call at the Holly Funeral home, Waupaca,from 1:30 p.m. Thursday
until noon Friday, then at the church.
She is survived by her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Arthur Goll, VanNuys,
Calif., Mrs. Eugene Moerschell [sic***], Oak Park, Ill., andMrs. George W.
Allan, Saugerties, N.Y.; one son, Dr. John Wittman,Denver, Colo, and 10
grandchildren.

*Margery died in New London, Outagamie Co., WI, according to Wisconsin Death
Index. Somebody at the newspaper just made an incorrect assumption.
**Parfreyville, Waupaca Co., WI.
***Mrs. Eugene Moerschell isn't Marjory's daughter but Blanche Hollnagel, the
daughter of Henry Arnold Hollnagel and his first wife, Estelle Redd.
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Notes for Marie DEXTER


CENSUS:  1910 US Census for IA, Chickasaw Co., Bradford.  E.D. 39.  Enumerated: 
18 Apr 1910.  Dwelling/Family:  105/105.
Hubbard T. Dexter, head, 68, Md1, m at 45, OH/VT/VT/, agent, insurance.
  Mary A., wife, 68, m1, mat 45, 5 children, 5 living, Canada/England/England.
  Marie, dau, 24, IA/OH/Canada, Teacher, public schools.
  Clark, son, 21, IA/OH/Canada, bookkeeper, bank.
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BURIAL:  Find-a-grave.com
Mary "Polly" Dexter Fish
Birth:  1797
Death:   Jun 9, 1874
Buried:  Riverside Cemetery, Ira, Rutland Co., VT
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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CENSUS:  1850 US Census for MI, Jackson Co., Henrietta.  Stamped
381.Dwelling/Family:  973/993.  Knight Dexter, 50, Carpenter, 200
personalvalue, VT.  Lucinda Dexter, 50, NY.  Vernum, 26, NY (Idiotic);
Burr,20, painter, NY; Chauncy, 16, farmer, NY; Nelson, 14; OH; Mary, 13,OH.
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BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Mary Dexter
Birth:  14 Mar 1811, Clarendon, Rutland Co., VT
Death:  8 Jun 1868, Knox Co., OH
Cemetery:  Boyd Cemetery, Fredericktown, Knox Co., OH
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OR, Wallowa Co., Wallowa.  ED: 104;Enumerated 16 &
17 Jun 1900; Sheet #6.  Dwelling/Family:  119/119.George Dexter, Jun 1853; 46;
MI, NY, NY; farmer.  Mary Dexter, Oct1855; 44. IL, VA, IN.  Married 24 years,
11 children, 10 suriving.John Dexter, Jul 1883, 16, KS/MI/IL; William Dexter,
Jan 1886, 14;KS/MI/IL; Arthur Dexter, Jul 1887, 12, KS/MI/IL; Eugene Dexter,
April1892, 8, OR/MI/IL; Henry, Jan 1891, 9, OR/MI/IL; Verda, Oct 1893,
6,OR/MI/IL; Nellie, Jun 1895, 4, OR/MI/IL; Mary, Dec 1899, 1, KS/MI/IL.
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Notes for Mary A. DEXTER


DEATH:  Michigan Deaths 1867-1897 [LDS FamilySearch extraction]:
Name: Mary A Dexter
Death date: 15 Oct 1881
Death place: Greenbush [Twp], Clinton, Michigan
Age at death: 20 years 5 months 17 days
Estimated birth year: 1861
Birth place: Michigan
Marital status: Single
Cause of Death: Consumption
Place of Birth: Michigan
Occupation: Teacher
Father: Chauncy [sic] Dexter, Greenbush, Mich,
Mother: Lydia A Dexter, Greenbush, Mich, 
Occupation: Teacher
Film number: 2363669
Digital GS number: 4207952
Image number: 707
Reference number: p 181 rn 2768 

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Mary A. Dexter
Birth:  1861
Death:  Oct 15, 1881
Buried:  Eureka township Cemetery, Eureka, Clinton Co., MI
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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