There was a deed from John Sharpe and wife Mary of Elk River to Thomas Clifton of same for 100 acres on the east side of Elk River, part of a tract formerlly called Thompson's Town where said John Sharpe now lives, made 16 Nov 1699. Who was John Sharpe?1 In 1720, Thomas Sharpe, Sr was listed as an elder in the Rock Creek Church of Cecil County, Maryland. The Sharpes had settled in Fair Hill, Cecil County before 1718 and had named their plantation "Sharpe's Industry".
Thomas Sharpe was a member of the Cecil County Committee of Safety. He had also helped establish the Rock Creek Church and donated land to be used for Sharpe's Graveyard, nearby. He served as an elder for the church and remained so until his death in 1749. In 1735, on March 10th, William Sharp purchased land called "Confusion" (75 acres). Thomas Sharpe's will was dated 9 January 1748, and he was noted as a "yeoman".
There is reason to suspect that our Thomas Sharpe was actually son of Thomas Sharp of Newton, Gloucester County, New Jersey. He was known to be a yeoman, Quaker and surveyor. In the book "First Settlers of Newton Township, NJ" by John Clement, printed Camden, NJ, 1877, there is a biography of Thomas Sharp of that place, and in the back of the book is a map of the area done by his hand. Considering the fine map of Fourth's Congregation in 1773 done by William Sharp, it can be thoughtfully considered that the two might be related.
Thomas Sharp of Newton Township left a will dated 5 August 1724. He provides for his widow, and his son Thomas, along with other children: John Sharp, Elizabeth Hallowell, Mary Smith, Sarah Pearce, Samuel Sharp and Joseph Sharp, who is disabled.
A great deal more research in this area should be done in order to either prove, or disprove, this idea. Charles Carroll of Annapolis, esq., to Thomas Sharpe of Cecil Co., planter, 261 acres of land, part of a tract called the Society. Charles Carroll, esq., father of the said Charles Carroll, by deed dated 20 May 1719, conveyed to the said Thomas Sharpe by the name of Guiell Glass, 244 acres, part of the tract called the Society, the former sale, through some mistake of the surveyor, not included in the land. Charles Carroll wants the said Thomas Sharpe to have the benefit of teh original intention of his said father. Made 27 Dec 1723. Wit: John Diggs, Char. Daniell. Ackn: 31 Dec 1723. JP: Samuel Young. Rec: 17 Mar 1723. S. Knight, clerk.2
Isabella WALLACE was born circa 1700. She was born in 1706 (according to her gravestone, which read ae 73). She died on 22 Dec 1779 in Cecil Co, MD. She was buried in Sharpe's Graveyard, Cecil Co, MD.
Children of Thomas1 Sharpe Sr and Isabella Wallace all born in Cecil Co, MD, were as follows:
5. Thomas2 SHARPE Jr (Thomas1) was born in 1718 in Cecil Co, MD. He married Elizabeth Gillespie, daughter of William Gillespie and Mary Emmett, before 1742. He married Mary McFerrin before 1769. He died on 11 Nov 1785 in Cecil Co, MD.
Children of Thomas2 Sharpe Jr and Elizabeth Gillespie all born in Cecil Co, MD, were as follows:
Not only did William Sharpe serve as a soldier during the Revolution, but he also served in the Continental Congress from 1779-1782 and was a member of the State House of Representatives during those same years. He was a member of the State Congress from Rowan County in 1775. It is obvious the man enjoyed public service - while in Iredell County he was the county surveyor, assistant clerk of court, and a lawyer. In North Carolina's State Records Volume XVI, his name appears with four others who were being considered for the office of Governor of North Carolina.
William's map of the Fourth Creek Congregation in 1773 serves to document the 169 families of that area. He is also credited with laying out the original streets of Staesville, North Carolina - Broad and Center Streets. Sharpesburg was also named after him. His father-in-law, David Reese, was one of the original signers of the Declaration of Independence.
Walter Sharpe was a Lieutenant during the Revolution and while it is believed that he was killed in the Battle of Ramsours Mill, the actual place of death has yet to be determined. He and his wife had lived near Rocky Face Mountain, which later became part of Alexander County.
Joseph Sharpe also served during the Revolution and became a Captain. For his service, he received large grants of land in both Iredell County and Alexander County. The grants were for the use of his iron works on Rocky Creek.
Children of Isabella3 Sharpe and John Wallace were as follows:
Supposedly John Fielding Wallace and his New York wife, Sarah Kerr. lived in Athens, Georgia where he operated an academy.
Amos and his wife Martha are said to have lived in Gibson County, Tennessee.
John Sharpe and his wife, Lilly McCoy, moved to Iredell County, North Carolina sometime shortly before the Revolutionary War. John and several of his brothers who had also come to North Carolina served time during the War - he, as a Private.
John's home was a large plantation about a half-mile north of the South Yadkin River on the Island Ford-Shallow Ford Road in what eventually became Sharpesburg Township, near the present Route 115. He left the plantation along with "Negroes Jack, Steven, Philis and Philis's child Eliza". To his son David, he left the 200 acres on which he currently lived and a slave named "Ande". To James McCoy (written McKay in the will) he left the 200 acres on which he lived. To his son Silas he left a slave named Isaac. John did not name his daughters but did list sons-in-law: Dr. Joseph Guy, Jacob Hovatter - to which he left a slave a piece. All five children were to divide 4 other slaves, "Jack, Agg, Anny and Mary".
In addition to this home plantation, John owned several other tracts of land, but he was not the land owner that other members of his family were. He operated his farm with the help of several slaves, one of whom was Stephen who remained with the family over the years. John stated in his Will that Stephen should remain with his wife or with his son, James McCoy Sharpe.
Soon after their arrival in North Carolina, John and Lilly became members of the old Fourth Creek Presbyterian Church at an area which would become Statesville. When Bethany Presbyterian was organized in the mid 1770's, the Sharpe brothers joined, but it was still quite a ways from home. They finally became associated with Snow Creek Methodist Church, which was built near their homes. From this time on, most of their descendants became members of the Methodist Church.
Children of John3 Sharpe and Lilly McCoy were as follows:
James Sharpe served as a Private in the North Carolina Militia during the Revolutionary years. He served in the Light Horse Service, under the command of his brother, Captain Joseph Sharpe. He was also present at the Battle of Kings Mountain on 7 October 1780.
The following information on his wife and family has been given by James King Williams of Drums, PA in November 1994.
Jane ANDREWS was born circa 1756. She died on 7 Sep 1849 in ?, Fayette Co, TN (info from James King Williams, letter dated 13 Nov 1994 to Bill Cruse). She was buried in Somerville, Fayette Co, TN (Asbury Church Cemetery).
Children of James3 Sharpe and Jane Andrews were as follows:
24. Emma4 WALLACE (Isabella3Sharpe, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born on 23 Jun 1780 in Rowan Co, NC (info from Bill Wallis, letter dated 30 May 1990 to Cynthia Rummel). She married Thomas James Hall on 7 Jan 1803. She died on 25 Apr 1849 in Marshall Co, TN, at age 68.
Children of Emma4 Wallace and Thomas James Hall were as follows:
According to Karon Mac Smith in 1981, Sarah and her husband Adlai Osborn Ewing lived in Christian County, Kentucky in 1820. They later removed to Illinois.
Children of Sophia Goodrich Gillespie4 Wallace and Adlai Osborne Ewing were as follows:
James McCoy Sharpe was born in what was to later become Sharpesburg Township.
Little is known about the life of James McCoy Sharpe since he kept himself out of the public eye, unlike several others of his family. He was a tanner and their tanning mill was on a small stream which ran between his house and that of his father.
After James died in 1816, his wife relinquished her right to administration. His brother-in-law was appointed administrator and Andrew Adams was appointed guardian to his minor children. Elizabeth, his widow, was granted allowance for herself and children for one year. His land was divided between his children after Elizabeth's dower was paid. The remainder of his estate was sold off at auction, the furniture being purchased by Elizabeth for herself and family. For many years after her husband's death, Elizabeth lived with her daughter Rebecca, who never married.
Children of James McCoy4 Sharpe and Elizabeth Black all born in Iredell Co, NC, were as follows:
67. Fieldon5 SHARPE (James4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born in 1804 in Iredell Co, NC. He married Sarah Allen. He died after 1880 in Iredell Co, NC (No obituary or gravestone has ever been found for Fieldon or his wife after 1880. Research is ongoing).3
Fieldon Sharpe and Sarah Allen made their home near the South Yadkin River in what was to become the township of Concord. At this point very little is known about them. He appeared on the census of 6 Aug 1870 in Concord Twp., Iredell Co, North Carolina (Fields Sharpe, 69, Sally, 60, Harriet, 30, Catherine, 10. Fieldon was virtually blind at this time, according to the record).4 He appeared on the census of 1880 in Concord, Iredell Co, North Carolina (In 1880, Fieldon (78) and Sarah (68) were living with son James McCoy Sharpe and his wife Mary J. and daughter Fidelia in Concord Township. Fieldon was listed as blind and disabled. No record on either Fieldon or Sarah has been found after this date).5
Sarah ALLEN was born circa 1812 in NC (1880 census, Concord Twp, Iredell Co, NC). She died after 1880 in Iredell Co, NC (1880 census, Concord Twp, Iredell Co, NC).6
Children of Fieldon5 Sharpe and Sarah Allen were as follows:
70. James McCoy6 SHARPE (Fieldon5, James4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born circa 1825 in Iredell Co, NC. He married Mary J. (--?--) before 1865.7 He died after 1880 in Concord, Iredell Co, North Carolina.8
He appeared on the census of 6 Aug 1870 in Concord Twp., Iredell Co, North Carolina (J.M. Sharpe, 45, a farmer, and wife Mary, 32, had daughter, Florence, 5. They lived next door to Fieldon and Sally Sharpe, his parents).9 He appeared on the census of 1880 in Concord, Iredell Co, North Carolina (James Sharpe, 54, Mary J., 45, Fidelia, 15 along with his parents, Fielding Sharpe, 78, and Sarah Sharpe, 68).10
Children of James McCoy6 Sharpe and Mary J. (--?--) were:
) was born circa 1865 in Bethany, Iredell Co, NC.11
She was also known as Florence SHARPE.12
Falls Washington CLOER was born on 15 Sep 1836 in NC.13,14 He was born in Sep 1839 in NC (Info from 1900 census Knobs, Yadkin Co, NC). He died on 2 Jan 1925 in Yadkin Co, NC, at age 88.15,16 He was buried on 3 Jan 1925 in Falls Creek Baptist Church, Jonesville, Yadkin Co, NC (Noted on the death certificate). He appeared on the census of 6 Aug 1870 in Concord Twp., Iredell Co, North Carolina (Falls Clore, 29, Almeda, 35, Victoria, 9, John, 5, and Henry, 2).17 The 1900 census of Knobs, Yadkin Co, North Carolina lists Washington F. Cloer and his wife Almeda, then married 41 years. Almeda was listed as the mother of 7 children, with 6 still living. In the same household was son Henry Cloer and his wife of 6 years, Rebecca. Falls, Almeda and Rebecca could all read, but only Falls could write. Falls Washington Cloer was renting his farmhouse.
According to the book, "The Civil War and Yadkin County, North Carolina", he had two sons who married in Yadkin in 1900: Eddy and James. It is more likely these were grandchildren. They both married women named Benge. On page 166 of the book, a table listing veterans and/or widows who drew pensions, was W.F. Cloer. It also mentioned "helpless, burns". The info indicates he served in Company E, 49th Regiment. The writer will have to try to substantiate this with records. As of 1925, he was also known as Falls Chlore As noted on his death certificate.
Children of Almeda6 Sharpe and Falls Washington Cloer were as follows:
Her obituary states that she "died Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock at her home in Bethany township, after a long illness...Mrs. Morrison was the widow of Mr. John H. Morrison who died about twenty years ago. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Dick Lambert and four brothers, J.I., and James Cloer, Edward and Henry Cloer, all of the county."
She appeared on the census of 1870 in Concord, Iredell Co, NC (In 1870, Harriet was still living at home with her parents and a daughter Catherine in Concord Township. North Carolina > IREDELL > CONCORD TWP Series: M593 Roll: 1144 Page: 44).
Children of Harriet6 Sharpe and an unknown spouse were:74. William Paley6 SHARPE (Fieldon5, James4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born on 25 Aug 1841 in Iredell Co, NC. He married Mary Ann Cloer, daughter of Roberson Cloer and Margret Lavina Byers, on 22 Mar 1866 in Iredell Co, NC. He married Mary Ann Cloer, daughter of Roberson Cloer and Margret Lavina Byers, on 5 May 1866 in Concord Township, Iredell Co, NC (Family Bible owned by Pam Wood Waugh, 1994). He died on 24 Jan 1930 in Statesville, Iredell Co, NC, at age 88 (death certificate, Vol 16, page 412 (1930), Vital Statistics Iredell Co). He was buried on 25 Jan 1930 in Oakwood Cemetery, Statesville, Iredell Co, NC ("Funeral Held for Mr. Wm P. Sharpe - Veteran of War Between the States Laid to Rest in Oakwood. - The funeral of Mr. William Pailey Sharpe was held Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at th ehome of his granddaughter, Mrs. Grace Waugh, 509 Armfield Street. Interment was in Oakwood Cemetery.
Mr. Sharpe was 88-year-old and a veterean of the War Between the States. He served through the four years of civil war in Company E. 49th Regiment, without receiving a wound. He has always had good health until the last twelve months. He was feeble, but his mind and eyesight were good until the last. The funeral service was in charge of Rev. B.F. Morris. The pallbearers were Messrs. Walter Combs, Lonn Lytton, DeKalb Kennerly, A.F. Mayes, K.L. Miller and W.L. Williams. The floker girls were Misses Claudia May Williams, Ruth Safley, Mary Gray Safley, and Mrs. DeKalb Kennerly").
Much of what we know about William Paley Sharpe comes from military records. He was 6' tall with dark hair and complexion with blue eyes. He had been a Private in Company E with the 49th Regiment of the Infantry during the Civil War. He had enlisted on 26 February 1862 from Iredell County. During his service he was hospitalized at the Episcopalian Church Hospital in Williamsburg, Virginia from 24 August 1862 until 25 December 1862 for a fever.
William Paley Sharpe deserted on 19 July 1863 but was returned to confinement on 22 October 1863. His name appears as signature to an oath of amnesty on 29 January 1865 at City Point, Virginia.
In 1870, the family was residing in Concord Township - W.P. was 29, Mary 21, William 3 and "Lillia" 2 mos, born in June of 1870.
The 1900 census, Sharpsburg [Bryantsville Div] lists William and Mary married 43 yrs (obviously an error), and Mary as 35 years old, born Jan 1865, mother of 6 children, all 6 living. Cora was listed as born June 1869 and Puella as born May 1881. The person giving the information to the census taker was not very knowledgable in this area. Also in the household were Lawrence b. Jun 1884, and granddaughters, Mertie b. Sept 1896 and Gracie, b. March 1897. William could neither read or write, but Mary and Cora could both read.
His death certificate lists his parents as Fredman Sharpe and Sallie Allen, from information given by his wife Mary Ann. He appeared on the census of 4 Aug 1870 in Concord, Iredell Co, NC (W. P. Sharpe, 29, works on farm, Mary, 21, William 3, and Lillia, 2/12. Cora Lee's birthdate is put in question here).18 He appeared on the census of 1880 in Sharpesburg, Iredell Co, NC.19 He appeared on the census of May 1910 in Bethany Twp., Iredell Co, NC (William P. Sharpe, aged 69, and wife Mary, 64, married for 42 years, had six children, five still living. Daughter Puella, 24, was there with her three children, Gracie, 13, Olly, 8 and Luther, 5. By this time, Gracie could read, along with her grandmother, Mary Ann Cloer Sharpe. Mary Puella could not read or write).20 He appeared on the census of 14 Jan 1920 in Bethany Twp., Iredell Co, North Carolina (Paley Sharpe, 77, Mary A., 72, daughter Puella, 37, Ila (? - had to be Ollie), 17, Luther 15, and Mettie E. (had to be Mary Edison), 5. Ollie was listed as daughter, but obviously is granddaughter. The last two entries were listed as grandson and granddaughter).21
Mary Ann CLOER was born in Jan 1845 in NC. She died on 30 Oct 1930 in Concord, Iredell Co, NC, at age 85 (death certificate, Vol 16, page 127 (1930), Vital Statistics Iredell Co). She was buried on 30 Oct 1930 in Statesville, Iredell Co, NC (Trinity Methodist Church). Mary Ann's obituary was printed in the The Landmark [Statesville, NC] on Thursday, October 30, 1930. "Mrs. W.P. Sharpe Dies at Stony Point - The funeral service for Mrs. Mary A. Sharpe , who died yesterday morning at 6 o'clock at the home of her son, Mr. Charles Sharpe, at Stony Point, was held this morning at 11 o'clock at Trinity Methodist church, and interment was in the church cemetery. The service was conducted by Rev. P.R. Rayle and Rev. Clyde Yates.
The flowers were in charge of Mrs. Blake McCarty, who was assisted by Mrs. Lon. Lytton, Mrs Dekalb Kennerly, Mrs. K.L. Miller and Mrs. Daisy Clodfelter.
Mrs. Sharpe was the widow of the late W.P. Sharpe, and was 86 years old. Surviving are two sons: Mr. William Sharpe of Eufola, Route 1, and Mr. Charles Sharpe, of Stony Point; also three daughters - Mrs. Lewis Lambert, and Mrs. Mary Sharpe, of Statesville; and Mrs. Juliebell Gregory of Mooresville. A number of grandchildren also survive."
Her death certficate lists her parents as Robinson Clore and Vina Byers, both born Iredell County. The funeral was held by Johnson's Funeral Home.
Children of William Paley6 Sharpe and Mary Ann Cloer were as follows:
Charles' death certificate lists him as either Charles P. or R. Sharpe. He had been a farmer, living Rt 1, Harmony, NC. He died at the hospital in Statesville. Burial arrangements were made by Johnson Funeral Home in Statesville, and the informant was Fred Gaines, Jr of Statesville.
According to the 1910 census for Bethany, Iredell County, William Paley & Mary Sharpe had a total of 6 children, with only 5 then living. James McCoy Sharpe had to have died before 1910, as the other 5 children are accounted for.
77. Katherine Victoria7 CLOER (Almeda6Sharpe, Fieldon5, James4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born on 20 Aug 1860 in Iredell Co, NC (date from obituary). She married William Lambert on 28 Dec 1887 in Concord Township, Iredell Co, NC.22 She died on 21 Feb 1950 in Statesville, Iredell Co, NC, at age 89 (Iredell County Deaths). She was buried in Statesville, Iredell Co, NC (Trinity Methodist Church).
She appeared on the census of 23 Apr 1910 in Concord Twp., Iredell Co, North Carolina (Victoria, a widow aged 55 years, was living with her son, James and his new wife, Minerva. She was still caring for her younger children: Dora, 14 and Ronnie, 8. Victoria had borne four children three still living. Along the census page it indicated they were living "on the waters of Sharpe Creek").23
William LAMBERT died in 1908 in Iredell Co, NC (info from obit for Katherine Victoria Cloer Lambert in 1950). As of 28 Dec 1887, his married name was W. P. Lambert.24
Children of Katherine Victoria7 Cloer and William Lambert were as follows:
He appeared on the census of 23 Apr 1910 in Concord Twp., Iredell Co, North Carolina (James Lambert was head of household, aged 23, having been married for one year; Wife Minerva, 19 had borne one child but had none living. James' mother Victoria was living with them as well as his younger siblings, Dora, 14 and Ronnie. 8).27
Mary Elizabeth LAMBERT was born on 25 Nov 1868 in Iredell Co, NC (Oakwood Cemetery records). She died on 5 Dec 1954 in Mooresville, Iredell Co, NC, at age 86 (Oakwood Cemetery records). She was buried in 1954 in Oakwood Cemetery, Statesville, Iredell Co, NC (Section H).
Children of John Ivey7 Cloer and Mary Elizabeth Lambert were as follows:
He appeared on the census of 1900 (The 1900 census for Knobs township in Yadkin County listed Henry with his parents as well as his own wife of 6 years. Henry could neither read or write.
The 1920 census shows the family still lives in Yadkin County [Vol 86, ED 199, sheet 11, line 86]). He appeared on the census of 19 Jan 1920 in Knobs, Yadkin Co, North Carolina (H. Clore, 51, Rebecca, 41, Willie, 17 and Washington, 12).29
Children of Henry R.7 Cloer and Rebecca Dishman both born in NC were as follows:
He appeared on the census of 1930 in Turnersburg, Iredell Co, NC.31
Children of James Washington7 Cloer and Jacqueline Benge were as follows:
Children of Thomas Edgar7 Cloer and Fannie Benge were as follows:
At the time of his death, William Monroe Sharpe had been in Davis Hospital in Statesville. Johnson Funeral Home made the arrangements for his burial at Bethel Methodist Church in Shiloh Town, Statesville. The informant was Jim Sharpe, Rt 6, Statesville.
Children of William Monroe7 Sharpe and Laura Jane Sipes were as follows:
Louis LAMBERT was born circa 1870 in NC.40 He died before 1937. He appeared on the census of Feb 1920 in Mocksville-Statesville Highway, Statesville, Iredell Co, North Carolina (Louis G. Lambert, 50, wife Cora, 38, Lawrence 15, Eventh, 14, Mary N., 10, and Vera, 7).41
Children of Cora Lee7 Sharpe and Louis Lambert were as follows:
Julia's death certificate states that information was given by Bub Gregory, most likely one of her sons. Arangements were conducted by Calvin Funeral Home in Mooresville. She had been a resident of Route 2, Mooresville.
Children of Julia Belle7 Sharpe and Amos Edward Gregory all born in Iredell Co, NC, were as follows:
She appeared on the census of 14 Jan 1920 in Bethany Twp., Iredell Co, North Carolina (Puella was living with three youngest children with her parents).42 Mary Puella died at her home, 419 S. Tradd Street in Statesville. She lived with her daughter, Ollie Sharpe Koon.
Children of Mary Puella Levinia7 Sharpe and an unknown spouse were as follows:
94. Dora8 LAMBERT (Katherine7Cloer, Almeda6Sharpe, Fieldon5, James4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born circa 1906 in Iredell Co, North Carolina.43 She married Charles W. Tays before 1950 (info from obit for Katherine Victoria Cloer Lambert in 1950). She died after 1950.
Children of Dora8 Lambert and Charles W. Tays were:
Rita Bell BROWN was born on 28 Sep 1893 (Oakwood Cemetery records, Lot#20, & social security records). She was born on 28 Sep 1894 in Iredell Co, NC (info from Mrs. Noah Garland Cloer). She died on 28 Sep 1978 in Winston-Salem, Forsyth Co, NC, at age 84. She was buried in 1978 in Oakwood Cemetery, Statesville, Iredell Co, NC (Section P).
Children of John Sherrill8 Cloer and Rita Bell Brown were as follows:
Children of Noah Garland8 Cloer and Addie Bruce were as follows:
Emer (--?--) was born in NC.46
Children of William8 Cloer and Emer (--?--) all born in Yadkin Co, NC, were as follows:
Children of Mist?8 Lambert and Will Gregory all born in NC were as follows:
Children of Josephine8 Gregory and an unknown spouse both born in Iredell Co, NC, were as follows:
The 1920 census shows Grace ae 22 and son William aged 3 mos living in Concord with Charles Sharpe aged 47 and his family. Grace was listed as his sister, but he was her uncle.
Grace passed away during a stay in Davis Hospital in Statesville. Her residence had been 228 West Front Street, Statesville, and she was retired from 30 years with the Stimpson Hosiery Mills. Arrangements were made by Nicholson Funeral Home on Front Street. She left a will on 10 Aug 1965 (Grace's Will was dated 10 August 1965, a resident of 228 West Front Street, Statesville, North Carolina. Her daughter, Virginia, was Executrix. Others mentioned were her daughter, Marjorie Elizabeth Waugh Ceruti, and her grandchildren, David Alvin, Randolph Stepen and Cheryl Esther. The Will was admitted to Probate 13 August 1979).
George Francis WAUGH was born on 8 Apr 1888 in Manchester, Hillsboro Co, NH. He died on 12 Jun 1932 in Cincinatti, Hamilton Co, OH, at age 44. He was buried on 21 Jul 1932 in Old St Joseph's Cemetery, Cincinatti, Hamilton Co, OH (George was originally buried on the 15th of June 1932 at Cincinatti City Cemetery, but was later removed and reinterred on 21 July 1932). He appeared on the census of 26 Apr 1910 in Akron, Summit Co, Ohio (This census listed George as aged 21, born New Hampshire. He listed that his father was "Ire-Irish" and his mother "Scot-English". He was then a waiter in a restaurant).
Children of Grace Lee8 Sharpe and George Francis Waugh were as follows:
139. Edna9 CLOER (John8, John7, Almeda6Sharpe, Fieldon5, James4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) married Paul Peacock (Sylvia Cloer Johnson, email 5 July 2001). She died circa 1997 in Colorado (Sylvia Cloer Johnson, email 5 July 2001).
Children of Edna9 Cloer and Paul Peacock were:160. Marjorie Elizabeth9 WAUGH (Grace8Sharpe, Mary7, William6, Fieldon5, James4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born on 10 Jan 1922 in Statesville, Iredell Co, NC. She married Wilbert Alvin Waugh, son of David Andrew Waugh and Sophie Pauline Koch, on 24 Dec 1939. She married Guido John Ceruti, son of Dante Ceruti and Esterina Cella, on 4 Oct 1947. She married Bernard William Cruse, son of William Cruse Sr and Juanita Boland, on 3 May 1986. She died on 20 Jan 2003 in Concord, Cabarrus Co, NC, at age 81.
Wilbert Alvin WAUGH was born on 21 Aug 1919 in Brookline, Suffolk Co, MA (birth certificate, Brookline, MA VR). He married Rosemary E. Relf, daughter of Thomas J. Relf and Alieda E. Stenman, on 13 Apr 1947 in Newport, NH (marriage record, Framingham, MA VR). He died in Feb 1984 at age 64. He was He worked for an office supply company in Boston--WL Makepeace.54 He lived in 1960 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co, MA.55
Children of Marjorie Elizabeth9 Waugh and Wilbert Alvin Waugh are as follows:Guido John CERUTI was born on 4 Feb 1921 in Framingham, Middlesex Co, MA. He died on 7 Oct 1980 in Brockton, Plymouth Co, MA, at age 59. He was buried on 11 Oct 1980 in Framingham, Middlesex Co, MA (St. Tarcisius Cemetery).
Children of Marjorie Elizabeth9 Waugh and Guido John Ceruti are:
There were no children of Marjorie Elizabeth9 Waugh and Bernard William Cruse.
Children of Cheryl10 Ceruti and Ronald Treem are as follows:Scott OAKES is still living.
There were no children of Cheryl10 Ceruti and Scott Oakes.
Children of Timothy John11 Treem and Jamie ? (--?--) both born in San Diego, ? Co, California, are as follows:167. Christopher Michael11 TREEM (Cheryl10Ceruti, Marjorie9Waugh, Grace8Sharpe, Mary7, William6, Fieldon5, James4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) is still living.
Children of Christopher Michael11 Treem and Angela Marie Ballard are:
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