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CRITES
MAPLE GROVE CEMETERY
Walnut Street & Slingluff Avenue - Dover, OH
 
Family Members Buried in Maple Grove Cemetery
My sincere thanks and appreciation to Kathrine Jones & Marian E. Karpisek.
 
 
 
Crites Family Marker
 
 
Edith Crites (1889-1896)
EDITH CRITES
1889-1896
Daughter of William F. Crites & Catharine (Moore)
 
 
Catharine (Moore) Crites 1842-1919
CATHARINE (MOORE) CRITES
1842 - 1919
Wife of William F. Crites
Daughter of Isaac & Elizabeth (Cook)
Born in Harrison Co., Ohio in January, Catharine married William F. Crites on 09 Jun 1861. She was the mother of Clara who married Annias Harper; Helen Nora who married Samuel Wares; Mary who was born in 1865 and died in 1866; William who was born in 1869 and died in 1875; Wealthy Elizabeth who married Frank Tyler; Charles Malcom who was born in 1872 and died in 1878; Katherine "Kit" who was a school teacher; Florence Emma who married Harry Ream; and Edith who was born in 1889 and died in 1896.

Catharine passed away in Dover, Ohio on 08 Jan 1919 and is laid to rest beside her husband.

Note: The star next to Catharine's grave is most likely a Civil War marker for William's service.

 
 
William F. Crites (1838-1925)
WILLIAM FRANCIS CRITES
1838-1925
Husband of Catharine (Moore)
Son of George & Mary (Mygrants) Crites
Born in Dover on 29 Jan 1838, William married Catharine (Moore), and shortly after enlisted in Ohio's 80th Volunteer Infantry where he served three years and three months. He narrowly escaped death in the battle at Missionary Ridge, and though suffered three months with typhoid fever in 1862, was never wounded.

When William was discharged, he returned to his occupation as a carpenter and built several homes in Mineral City. His last job was foreman at the building of Dover High School which was completed in 1917. The following year he suffered a stroke that paralyzed both his legs and he was confined to a wheelchair.

He died in Dover on 08 July 1925 and is buried beside his wife.

 
 
Clempson Moore - Civil War Veteran born about 1838
CLEMPSON MOORE
(1838) Civil War Veteran - Son of Issac and Elizabeth (Cook)
The son of Isaac Moore and Elizabeth (Cook), Clempson was born about 1838 in Harrison Co., Ohio. He enlisted at New Philadelphia, Oh on 26 Sep 1861. He served as a 2nd Class Musician for the 51st Ohio Volunteer Infantry in Companies F & D and was discharged in August of 1862.

He may have been living in Stark Co., Ohio in 1870 where he was listed as a hotel bartender in a hotel owned by John & Rebecca Combs. Enumerated with his was 22 year-old Elvira and nine month-old Morris who was born in September of 1869.

Clempson Moore was residing at the Richmond Hotel owned by Job & Sarah Richmond which was located on West High Street in New Philadelphia in 1880. At this time Clempson is listed as widowed, and nothing further is known of him. If you can confirm or add any information to our files regarding Clempson Moore, please contact Patricia.

 
Helen Nora (Crites) Ware 1865-1931
HELEN NORA (CRITES) WARE
1865-1931
Daughter of William F. & Catharine (Moore) Crites
 
 
Wealthy E. (Crties) Tyler 1871-1970
WEALTHY ELIZABETH (CRITES) TYLER
1871-1970
Wife of Frank Tyler
Daughter of William F. & Catharine (Moore) Crites
 
Frank Tyler  1861-1941
FRANK TYLER
1861-1941
Husband of Wealthy Elizabeth (Crites)
 
 
Katherine Crites (1875-1949)
KATHERINE "KIT" CRITES
1875-1949
Grade School Teacher in Dover, Ohio
Daughter of William F. Crites & Catharine (Moore)
 
 
Emma (Crites) Ream 1879-1961
FLORENCE "EMMA" (CRITES) REAM
1879-1961
Wife of Harry Stockton Ream
Daughter of William F. & Catharine (Moore) Crites
 
 
 
Crites-Travis Mausoleum
CRITES-TRAVIS MAUSOLEUM
 
 
Maple Grove Cemetery - Index of Family Burials
Biographical Sketch of William F. Crites by Marian E. Karpisek
William F. Crites - Dover's 2nd Oldest Civil War Survivor - 1924 News Clipping
 
 


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