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6101 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Tenth Census of theUnited States, 1880, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and RecordsAdministration, 1880 Source (S416)
 
6102 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Thirteenth Census ofthe United States, 1910, Washington, D.C.: National Archives andRecords Administration, 1910 Source (S417)
 
6103 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Twelfth Census of theUnited States, 1900, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and RecordsAdministration, 1900 Source (S414)
 
6104 United States, Selective Service System, Selective ServiceRegistration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration, NationalArchives and Records Administration Branch locations: NationalArchives and Records Administration Region Branches Source (S412)
 
6105 United States, Selective Service System, World War I Selective ServiceSystem Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Washington, D.C.: NationalArchives and Records Administration Source (S411)
 
6106 UPPER SANDUSKY -- Funeral services for Kathryn E. Marchand, 96, a resident of Fairhaven Health Care Community, Upper Sandusky, will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Fairhaven Chapel, the Rev. Cathy Wirth officiating. Burial will be in Hueston Cemetery, Forest.

Visitation will be held an hour before time of services Saturday at the chapel.

Mrs. Marchand died at 11:10 p.m. Tuesday, July 21, 1998 at the nursing home.

She was born March 19, 1902 in Kenton to Rolla and Rachel (Wyburn) McBride. She married Jacob A. Marchand on July 14, 1921, and he died July 4, 1960.

She also was preceded in death by a son, Jack W.; and a brother, L. Hobart McBride.

Mrs. Marchand retired from the Higbee Department Store, Cleveland.

She was a member of the Cleveland OES and the Christian Church in Bellefontaine.

Memorials may be made to Fairhaven Health Care Community.

Arrangements are being handled by Shields Funeral Home, Forest.
 
MCBRIDE, Kathryn E. (I3438)
 
6107 Uremia HUBBARD, Estella Blanche (I15407)
 
6108 Uremic coma FELLABAUM, John Luther (I3918)
 
6109 Uremic coma SHOPBELL, Margaret Elizabeth (I3919)
 
6110 Uremic poisoning due to acute nephritis KELLY, Martha Ann (I3016)
 
6111 US Congressman. Born in Barnesville, Belmont County, Ohio he overcame the childhood loss of both parents to become a successful businessman and influential early twentieth century statesman. In 1868 after graduating from the University of Michigan, he moved to Steubenville, Ohio to begin practicing law. Five years later he established a successful banking business before taking over a lamp chimney factory, where the entrepreneur invented the famous "Gill Furnace". In 1896 he purchased the two local newspapers merging them into a successful enterprise. His political career began in 1869 when he was elected as the Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney. After several attempts at winning his party's nomination for Congress, the Republican was awarded for his loyalty by being appointed the nominee for an election held to determine who would fill the vacancy left by the death of Congressman Lorenzo Danford. He won that election and was reelected two more times representing his Ohio district from 1899 to 1903, before being forced to resigned due to failing health. As Congressman he used his dynamic speaking ability to fight for improvements along the Ohio River which bordered his district, vocally support the gold standard and argue for the restructuring of the nation's tariff system which he thought was hurting the American economy. Known for his humanitarian acts he is credited with providing the financial support needed to build Steubenville's first hospital. (bio by: Bigwoo)  GILL, Joseph John (I10123)
 
6112 US Navy, CWO US Air Force, World War II, Steiwig, 50 year Mason, Libertyville, KS, Plot 5-6-?  SPICKLER, Dewayne Leo (I14065)
 
6113 Uwchlan Meeting is now in Lionville. But earlier it met in the meeting house pictured to the right. It first comes into written records in 1712 when Friends from Goshen Preparative Meeting reported to Chester Monthly Meeting a "Request of several friends that Lives at a place called Youchland to have a meeting at the house of John Cadwalladers". The Monthly Meeting appointed Jacob Simcock and Ephraim Jackson to visit them and report back. Clearly Youchland/Uwchlan was a Welsh community, and it is interesting that two Englishmen were sent to visit them. Two years later sympathetic Friends in Goshen recommended that Uwchlan become a preparative meeting rather than just an allowed meeting for worship. John Cadwallader gave a piece of land for a meeting house and burial ground. [Gilbert Cope, comp., Genealogy of the Smedley Family Descended from George and Sarah Smedley, Settlers in Chester County, Penna. With Brief Notices of Other Families of the Name, and Abstracts of Early English Wills (Lancaster, Pa.: Wickersham Printing Company, 1901), 190-91.] CADAWALLADER, John (I8850)
 
6114 Valvular heart disease WESTLAKE, Mary Jane (I5337)
 
6115 Various sources show his birth year as 1860; however, he is shown in the 1860 taken in June 1860 as 10 months old; so he must have been born in 1859. WATKINS, James Henry (I4285)
 
6116 Vascular heart disease WATKINS, William Helm (I11153)
 
6117 Vault 29 PATTERSON, Charles W. (I8359)
 
6118 Vault 29 GREEN, Phoebe (I8367)
 
6119 Vault 8 PATTERSON, John Kern Sr. (I8362)
 
6120 Vault 8 SEAMAN, Mary A (I8372)
 
6121 Vault 9 PATTERSON, David (I8357)
 
6122 Vault 9 PATTERSON, Charles (I8365)
 
6123 Victor and Elinore were living with her parents, Asa and Lavinia Orsborn Family F3132
 
6124 Virginai was a teller at Winters National Bank in Dayton, OH, and later became a secretary at Hartzell Industries in Piqua, OH. She attended Miami University and Wright State University. LEE, Virginia L. (I2829)
 
6125 VIRGINIA BEACH - Andrew Quincy Watkins, 72, of the 5700 block of Beech Walk Drive, died June 13, 2008, in a local hospital. He was a native of Norfolk and was the son of the late Benjamin and Anna Horeis Watkins. He served his country in the United States Coast Guard. 
Mr. Watkins retired after 33 years from the Bell Atlantic (now Verizon) Telephone Co. as a lineman and cable splicer. 
He was a member of Tabernacle Baptist Church in Virginia Beach, Telephone Pioneers of America and the Tom Smith Camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans in Suffolk. 
Survivors include his loving wife of 16 years, Eula Marie Whedbee Watkins of Virginia Beach; his daughters, Paula Katauskas and her husband Charlie of Moyock and Wanda Raye Wallace of Chesapeake; his son, Andrew L. Watkins and his wife Mary Ellen of Virginia Beach; his sister, Betty R. Gasch of LaCross, Wis.; five grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. 

Source: Virginian-Pilot, The (Norfolk, VA) - June 15, 2008 Page B9
Copyright (c) 2008 The Virginian-Pilot  
WATKINS, Andrew Quincy (I12794)
 
6126 Vol 17602, Certificate 17134 TODD, William Elwell Sr. (I287)
 
6127 VP candidate in 1908 and 1912 and our candidate for President in 1920 (his official campaign photograph, taken in 1907). Reprinted from the 1941 issue of the magazine of the Ohio Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Aaron Sherman Watkins was born in the Quality community, near Rushsylvania, November 29, 1863, the youngest of ten children born to William White and Rebecca J. (Elliott) Watkins. All of the family have preceded him in death and are William Jasper, Charles Wesley, Nancy Elizabeth, James Hamilton, Joseph Milton, Mary Melissa, Eliza Jane, Isaac Newton, and Harriet Adaline.
November 8, Rev. and Mrs. Watkins commemorated their fiftieth wedding anniversary. The wife, Emma Laura (Davis) Watkins, of Middleburg community; son, Willard Merrill Watkins, and grandchildren Willard Dean Watkins and Norma Jean Watkins, in the Rushsylvania home.
In early manhood he became a member of the Walnut Grove Methodist Protestant Church, and later held Ohio pastorates in the Methodist Episcopal Church at Continental, Ottawa, Edgerton, Delta, North Baltimore, Van Wert, Columbus Grove, Germantown, Linwood and Winton Place in Cincinnati; Waynesville, Wesley, in Lima and Cairo.
His long service as an educator included the one-room school, principal, and superintendent at Quincey, instructor at Miami Military Institute at Germantown Ohio, during the World War, where he held the rank of Captain, head of the English Department and Vice-President of Ohio Northern at Ada, and President of Asbury College at Wilmore, Kentucky.
Prior to his ordination as a minister, he was associated with his brother, Judge Charles Wesley Watkins, as an attorney-at-law. During his long service in the cause of temperance, he became a candidate on the Prohibition Party ticket for many public offices, including: Attorney-General, Secretary of State; and Governor of Ohio in 1905 and 1908. In 1908 and 1912 he became candidate on the National Prohibition ticket for Vice-President of the United States, and in 1920 he was selected as candidate for President of the United States.
He was honored with collegiate degrees of Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, Doctor of Laws, Doctor of Divinity, Doctor of Humane Letters, and Doctor of Philosophy.
It was his privilege to have been associated with national figures, including William Jennings Bryan, Carrie Nation, Col. John Sobieski, Eugene W. Chafin, D. Leigh Colvin, Clarence Darrow, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Typical and almost prophetic of his full and useful life was his graduation oration at Ohio Northern University in 1886. It was titled, ³The Increasing Purpose.²
It is in one a pleasure and a challenge to pay adequate tribute to one we have known, and loved, so well.
For half a century Dr. Aaron S. Watkins had been accustomed to answering the call of the church bell on Sunday mornings, so it seemed quite fitting that it should be on a Sunday morning that he should answer that last great call to enter the ³temple not made with hands, eternal in the heavens.² On Sunday morning about 5:30, February 9, 1941, Dr. Watkins died with the final statement that ³I have had a very happy life, ³and could well have added a very useful one, for his many ministrations he was teacher of our Brotherhood class and often gave the message in absence of the pastor.
The pastor used as his text Genesis 25:8, ³The Abraham gave up the ghost, and died in a good old age, an old man, and full of years: and was gathered to his people,²which illustrates the ³increasing purpose² of his life.
Special music included: ³Safe in the Arms of Jesus² and ³One Sweetly Solemn Thought.² The visiting ministers sang, ³Rock of Ages.²
After retiring from the active ministry he settled in Rushsylvania, near his birthplace. He was especially appreciated by his last pastor as a wise councilor and friend. 
WATKINS, Aaron Sherman D.D., Ph.D., LL.D (I108)
 
6128 Wallace was a salesman for a private business, and Mary, a merchant for the private business. Family F3748
 
6129 Walter is said to have flown with the Wright brothers in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. He worked and lived in Bloomfield, New Jersey where he was a member of the Knights of Columbus. DAVIS, Walter E. (I6353)
 
6130 Walter was a farm operator, and Christine was a seamstress in a pants factory. Family F1244
 
6131 Warrington Friends Meeting House Family F3516
 
6132 WASHINGTON;
PFC 82 AIRDROME SQ AAF; WORLD WAR II 
BUFFINGTON, William E (I14712)
 
6133 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WATKINS, Willard Dean (I3369)
 
6134 WATKINS Wallace D. Watkins Jr. "Wamoooooo", age 80, passed away peacefully September 1, 2010 at Doctors Hospital West. Born December 21, 1929, in Columbus, OH. Retired Electrician. Member IBEW Local 683; and VeteranU.S. Navy. Wally was a gifted athlete at West High School and a lifelong golfer. He was also a proud Union brother. Wallace worked hard, played harder and left many great memories with all who knew him. Preceded in death by parents Wallace and Mildred Watkins, brother George (Nancy) Watkins, sister Dorothy (Bill) Brown and son Christopher Watkins. Survived by wife, Sarah (Steele) Watkins; daughters, Cindi (Richie) Morris, Cathy Watkins, Carol (John) Belford; six grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; sister, Juanita (Kayo) Parsley; and brother, Frank Watkins.  WATKINS, Wallace Jr. (I12851)
 
6135 We assume Polly died in Ohio in 1850. Family story is that William couldn't handle her death and took his kids and moved to Indiana.
(From Linda Thomas) 
WATKINS, Mary (I113)
 
6136 We cannot be sure that Minson was Ann's maiden name. However, two things suggest that it was. First, one of her sons was named George Minson Wyburn, and second, in the 1861 census, a nephew, Joseph Minson, is living in her household.
 
MINSON, Sarah Ann (I6064)
 
6137 We know that she was still living in 1868 when her daughter, Laura, was born as it says on Laura's death certificate that Mary was her mother.

It is my conjecture that Charles was also her son, and he was born in 1870. It does not say on his death record who his parents were.

Mack Warren remarried in September, 1871. 
EDDY, Mary Ann (I8186)
 
6138 Webber - Guy (Marriage).txt
Massachusetts Marriage Record Transcription
Groom
Name: Robert W. Webber
Age: 21
Race: white
Residence: 66 Asylum Ave., Hartford, Conn.
# Marriage: 1st
Occupation: Machinist - Pratt & Whitney
Birthplace: Springfield, Mass.
Father: George R. Webber
Mother: Marguerite Cayhue
Bride
Name: Muriel T. Guy
Age: 18
Race: white
Residence: 971 Asylum Ave., Hartford, Conn.
# Marriage: 1st
Occupation: Clerical - Traveler's, Inc.
Birthplace: Springfield, Mass.
Father: Raymond D. Guy
Mother: Sophie M. Towne
Date of Marriage: December 13, 1940
Place of Marriage: 23 Maple St., Huntington
marriage Official: Irving H. Childs, Minister of Gospel
Date Record Filed: December 16, 1940
Source: [Marriage Certificate] 1940: Vol. 55; Pg. 256 Transcription: Mass-Doc Retrieval @ http://www.mass-doc.com
Definitions:
NA: Not Asked On Record; NR: Not Reported On Record;
•• : Asterisk Indicates Hand written; May Be Hard To Read 
Family F533
 
6139 Went to North America SCHIFERLI, Johan Jakob (I7897)
 
6140 Weslyan WYBURN, Walter Robert (I6119)
 
6141 Westside: Section 10, Lot 208, Space 1 ZELLER, Max John (I8022)
 
6142 Westside: Section 10, Lot 208, Space 2 DAVIS, Mary Alice (I8032)
 
6143 What is now known as Leeds County, Ontario, Canada WHITE, Nelson Warren (I12834)
 
6144 What is now known as South Crosby, Leeds, Ontario, Canada HUNT, Mary (I12835)
 
6145 Whedon was a salesman, and Gertrude, a teacher. Family F1312
 
6146 When Jacob Schifferly and his wife arrived at their 80 acres of forest, they at once set aside an acre which they donated for a cemetery and a church. The first Emmanuel's Reformed church was built on this acre. Today the land is part of Emmanuel's Cemetery. SCHIFERLI, Hans Jacob (I62)
 
6147 When Richmond was invaded, Virginia census records were destroyed. An attempt has been made to recreate the census by the use of tax records. Family F36
 
6148 While Ignatius and Bethsheba seem to be listed under "Egnatius Burnes", the ages of those listed are totally wrong for Ignatius and Bethsheba. Family F961
 
6149 Who was this? He was living with Joel and Ellender Thomas in 1850. It is possible that he was their son, but might he have been their grandson, the son of William Henry Thomas? THOMAS, Washington (I15483)
 
6150 Widow PREDMORE, Ura Ann (I2783)
 

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