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DANIEL ALLEN CLINE: [3]
son of Benjamin Cline and Kerenhappuch Newland
Born: 2 April 1845 Adams Co., OH
Died: 10 August 1932 Granger, Scotland Co., MO
Burial: Black Oak Cemetery Scotland Co., MO
Married: 22 May 1875 Scotland Co., MO  Book C, page 90
    CHARLOTTE RATHBUN
    daughter of John Benjamin Rathbun and Keturah Rose Corey
    Born: 18 December 1854 Arbela, Scotland Co., MO
    Died: 12 August 1948  Granger, Scotland Co., MO #39070
    Burial: Black Oak Cemetery Scotland Co., MO

CHILDREN OF DANIEL AND CHARLOTTE:...... order unknown

    1. Thomas Thadius Cline + Flora Belle Colstadt
    2. Byrd Allen Cline
    3. Alice Cline
    4. Harvey Albert Cline
         b. 12 June 1879 Granger, Scotland Co., MO
         d. 15 January 1915 Scotland Co., MO #3406-2
    5. Arch William Cline + 1] Lena Pearl Adams
                                     + 2] Grace M. Selby
    6. Joseph A. Cline
    7. Raymond B. Cline
    8. Julia Bertha Cline + Mr. Rader


SOURCES:
1870 Twp. 62, Range 7, Lewis Co., MO Federal Census
Enumeration date: 1 August 1870 Page: 634B, line 19
Dwelling - Family 35 - 35
All siblings living together

1880 Harrison Twp., Scotland Co., MO
Enumeration District: 82
Enumeration date: 17 June 1880 Page: 124B
Dwelling - Family 234 - 238
CLINE, Willis

Dwelling - Family 234 - 239
CLINE, Dan

These two families are living in the same household on this census and Daniel Cline's family has been living in Kansas within the last 3 years, their last two children were born in KS.

1900 Thomson Twp., Scotland Co., MO Federal Census
Enumeration District: 148 5, sheet , line 37
Enumeration date: 11 June 1900 Page: 224A
Dwelling - Family 94 - 95
Daniel and Charlotte have been married 28 years, Charlotte has borne 9 children, 8 children living
Children listed in home: Harvey June 1879 KS; Arch June 1881 MO; Joseph Nov 1882 MO; Raymond Dec 1884 MO; Julia April 1889 MO.

1910 Thomson Twp., Scotland Co., MO Federal Census
Enumeration District: 156, sheet 9, line 14
Enumeration date: 30 - 2 April - May 1910 Page: 145A
Dwelling - Family 221 - 222
Daniel and Charlotte have been married 36 years, Charlotte has borne 9 children, 8 children living. Harve A., aged 30, is living with his parents.

1920 Thomson Twp., Scotland Co., MO Federal Census
Enumeration District: 158, sheet 1, line 26
Enumeration date: 22 January 1920 Page 242A
Dwelling - Family 10 - 11
Daniel and Charlotte are living alone.

1930 Thomson Twp., Scotland Co., MO Federal Census
Enumeration District: 12, sheet 1A, line 16
Enumeration date: 4 April 1930 Page: 133
Dwelling - Family 8 - 8
Johnson Street, Granger Town [ no house numbers]
Daniel A. [84], Charlette [75]

 Memphis Democrat-reprinted in Clark Co. paper 12 Aug 1932

Daniel Allen Cline, 87-year -old retired farmer, died at his home in Granger Wednesday morning, Aug. 10 at 2:45 o'clock after two weeks' illness.
Funeral services were conducted from the home today by Rev. John Boone.  Burial was in Black Oak cemetery.
Mr. Cline was a soldier in the civil war, and has been a resident of Granger for many years, being one of the oldest residents of that town at the time of his death. For several years he was constable of Thomson township.  Mr. Cline was born in Ohio, April 2, 1845. He moved to Missouri sixty-seven years ago when he was 20 years old. He was married in Arbela to Miss Charlotte Rathbun. He is survived by his wife and one brother, Joseph B. Cline of St. Marie, Calif., and six children, T. T. Cline, A. W. Cline and Mrs. Bertha Rader of Granger, B. A. Cline of Kent, Wash., J. A. Cline of Humbolt, Kan., and R. B. Cline of Macomb, Ill.

Civil War Data:
Daniel A. Cline
Enlisted 2 May 1864
Rank: Private
Age: 19
Co. K, 141st Inf. Reg. OH
Mustered out: Gallipolis, OH 3 September 1864
Source: Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio

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