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GENEALOGICAL RECORD 



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THE CHACE AND HATHAWAY 

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INTRODUCTION. 

The author of this Record, having for his own amuse- 
ment and edification, collected from the Records, many dates 
relating to the Ancestors and Decendants of Holder Chace, 
of East Claridon, Ohio, and Clothier Hathaway, of Pompey, 
N. Y., was invited by some of the family to have it pub- 
lished. Not desirous of appearing as an author, yet being a 
member of the families (by marriage) he did not feel at 
liberty to refuse the request, though he well knew the task 
would subject him to much trouble and inconvenience. The 
work, such as it is, is submitted to the family in the con- 
fident belief that it will be found to contain records never 
before published, and that they can be relied upon as 
correct. The material has been chiefly obtained from family 
bibles and town records, of both Taunton and Freetown, 
Mass. The amount of labor both physical and mental, the 
work has cost, can be understood by those only who have 
themselves been engaged in some work of this kind. 

In collecting some material, the author has been kindly 
assisted by several gentlemen, among whom he takes 
pleasure in mentioning Rev. William A. Eardeley, of Hen- 
derson, Me., historian of "The Chase-Chace Family As- 
sociation," incorporatea at Hartford, Conn., July 6th, 1899, 
and Mr. H. E. Hathaway, of Providence, R. 1. To each of 
whom he is indebted for valuable information communicated 
and incorporated in this work. 

C. V. c. 
January ist, 1900. 



WILLI AH CHASE. 



< S ILLIAfl CHASE, he came w'f^ the first com- 

144^^ T\ pany» 1630 he brought one child his son 
\ %/%/ \ wiUia, a child of ill qualitys, & a sore af- 
? f y ■; tliction to his parents: he was much af- 

-: I tlicted bv the long; & tedious affliction of his 

wife; after his wives recovery she bare him a daughter, 
VV^*^ they named mary borne aboute the middle of the 3rd 
month, 1637. he did after y* remove intending to Situate,- 
but after went w'^^ a company who made a new plantation at 
Yarmouth." "Mary Chase the wife of William Chase, she 
had a paralitik humor w'^'^ fell into her back bone so y' she 
could not stir her body, but as she was lifted, and filled her 
w'h great torture, & caused her back bone to goe out of 
joynt, & bunch out from the beginning to the end of w<^*^ in- 
firmity she lay 4 years & a halfe, & a great P* of the time 
a sad spectakle of misery: But it pleased God to raise her 
againe, & she bore children after it." (N.E.H.G.R., 
1881). Such is the language of the first church in Roxbury, 
now Boston Highlands, Mass. 

William came over in the fleet which brought Gover- 
nor Winthrop and his colony. He was one of Mr. Stephen 
Bachilor's company, who spent the winter of 1638 at Mat- 
tacheese (Yarmouth), and the only one who remained after 
that unfortunate enterprise was abandoned. October q, 
1630, he applied for admission as a freeman, and on May 14, 
1634, he took the freeman's oath. 

WILL OF WILLIAM CHASE, 

(Vol. 2, part 2, p 6?, Ply n. Records.) 

1, William Chase, of Yarmouth, the elder, being aged 
and sick in body, but of perfect memory, thanks be to the 
Lord, do make my last will and testament, asfolloweth: First, 
1 give and bequeath unto my son Benjamin, after my decease, 



one heifer calf and two steer calves, of a year old and up- 
wards; also 1 give to my son William, who hath had of me 
already a good portion, the sum of five shillings, to be paid 
in any good pay, if he demand it. All the rest of my goods, 
cattle and chattels, 1 give and bequeath unto Mary, my 
wife, together with this my dwelling house, the land and all 
the appurtenances thereunto belonging; as also half of my lot 
of land at the Bass pond, \Vhich I bought of William Palmer, 
a middle line made, and that half part next to Darbey's I 
give unto her Mary, my wife aforesaid, as also my orchard 
and land 1 bought of Goodman White, now in my possession, 
all unto her use and disposing during her natural life, if she 
continues a widow, and when she dies, to dispose a third 
part of that estate God shall leave her, as she shall think 
good; the other two parts to our son Benjamin's part; but 
if it shall please God that she shall marry, my will is that 
she shall have a third part of that estate, and the other two 
parts to be to our son Benjamin aforesaid. Also I do make 
my wife Mary aforesaid, the executrix of this my last will 
and testament, and do appoint my neighbors Robert Dennis 
and Richard Taylor, tailor, overseers of this my last Will 
and Testament and have hereunto subscribed my hTnd this 
4th day of May, 1659. 

Witnesses hereunto: WILLIAM X CHASE. 

Richard Hoar. mark. 

Mary Dennis. 

These witnesses deposed before me, Thomas Prince, 
Gov'r. this 13th of May 1659. 

Inventory Sept. 14, 1659— £. 74, s 279 d 16. (Vol. 2, 
Part 2, p. 64, Pl\m. Records.) 

William Chase, d. between May 4 and 13, 1659, in 
Yarmouth. Mary his wife, was found dead in October 1659. 

CHILDREN. 

2. William, b. in England. 

3. Mary, Mch. 1637, bur. Oct. 28, 1652. Roxbury, Mass. 

4. Benjamin, 163Q. Yarmoutii, Cape Cod. 

1,4. 
BENJAMIN CHASE, m. in Dartmouth, Mass. about 1673 
Philip (pe), b. Oct, ist, 1652, dau. of Hon.' Philip and 
Sarah (Odding) Sherman. He was made a Freeman, May, 

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i674» ^t Portsmouth, R. 1. He and his wife Philip(pe), 
joined the first Sabbatarian Church, Newport, R. 1., April 
17, 1717. He was selectman of Freeiown, Mass. in 1698-9, 
and 1705; assessor, 1691; March 6, 1705 he was appointed 
"guardian unto his , grand-daughter, Sarah Makepeace." 
He was a cooper by trade. His will dated Sept. 6, 1730. 
Extract from the early Bristol County, Mass. Probate Records. 
July 25, 1731. — The will of Benjamin Chace, the coop- 
er was proved in the Court of Probate: 

"To sons Benjamin & Walter all my lands in Freetown 
purchase. To grandson Benjamin Grinnell one 40 acre lot 
of land in No. 23, and also the 7th, ^hare in 3d lot, it being a 
cedaj swamp lot in Middleboro'. To daughter Barthiah Dun- 
ham one half of the 14th, lot near Baiting Brook in Middle- 
boro' and one cow. To son Benjamin the 5th share of the 
aforesaid third lot in Middleborough purchase. To sons 
Benjamin & Walter all the rest of my lands in Middleborough. 
To daughter Philip Hathaway, & son in law Jacob Hath- 
away, all my land from & adjoining the land that my son 
Jacob Hathaway bought of my son Benjamin Chase & shall 
be a quarter Share in breadth & extending in leangth down to 
the river, always excepting 3 rods square which is to be re- 
served for a burying place & is to be in the south-west 
corner. Also to daughter Philip 20 pounds^ & all rny move- 
able furniture that I have removed to my son Jacob Hath- 
away's house. To grand dau. Sarah the wife of Isaac 
Hathaway one cow. ' To grand child Daniel Grinell 5 shil- 
lings. Son Walter, sole executor." 

Witnesses: Isaac Hathaway, Benjamin Darnell, & Sar- 
ah Hathaway. 

Benjamin Chace, d. in Freetown, Mass., about July, 1731. 

CHILDREN. 
. prob' in Dartmouth, Mass., m, Thomas Makepeace. 

" Daniel Grinnell. 

July 5, 1679. Freetown, Mass. Jacob Hathway. 
July 15, 1682. 

Oct. 2?, 1684. '• " Deliverance Simmons 

Dec. 3. 1686. " " Joseph Dunham. 

1,4,8. 
BENJAMIN CHACE, m. in Taunton, Mass., June 23, 
1703, Mercy Simmons. Benjamin bapt. Sept. 25, 1716 

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and Mercy bapt. March 15, 1717 in First Sabbatarian 
church, Newport, R. I. He d 1767. 

CHILDREN.— (per Freetown Mass. T. R.) 

11. Benjamin, b. March 28, 1704. m. Mary Briggs. 

12. Oliver, Sept- 22, 1709. Elizabeth Cleveland, 

13. Michael, Nov. 17, 1714. - 

14. Israel, June 25, 1716. Wealthe Keene. 

15. Ammi, June 11, 1718. Mary Chase. 

16. Caleb, I Twins, Ruth Pain. 

17. Joshua, J May 5,1722. Mary Maxon. 

1,4. 8, 13. 
MICHAEL CHACE, m. in Freetown, Mass.. Feb. i, 
1738-9, Thankful b. about 1717, dau, of John and Martha 
(Simmons) Cleveland. He was bapt. July 27, 1740 in the 
First Sabbatarian church, Newport, R. I. 

CHILDREN.— (Freetown T. R. except Joseph.) 

18 Noah, b. Oct. 26, 1739. 

19. Martha, Mch. 24, 1741. Nothing known of her. 

20. Joseph, Feb. 10, 1742-3. " '' him. 

21. Benjamin, April 24, 1745. " " " 

22. Michael, Aug. i, 1747. m. about 1771, Lucy ^_. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18. 
NOAH CHACE, m. in Freetown, Mass. Dec. 12, 1763, 
Phebe, b. March 26, 1742, dau. of Remembrance and 
Sarah (Soule) Davis. 

CHILDREN.— (Freetown T. R. ) 

23. Noah, b. June 17, 1764. 

24. Phebe, Mch. 24, 1769. . m. Oct. 2, 1788, Abial (>hase. 

25. Lydia, June 24, 1773. May 2, 1794. Aaron Davis 

26. Jesse, Dec. 22, 1775. d. April 15, 1802. Dec. 21, 1798, Ruby Read 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23. 

NOAH CHACE, m, about 1784, Rebecca Hathaway of 
Freetown, Mass. 

CHILDREN— (Freetown T. R.) 

27. Joseph, b. April 9, 1786. d. May 8, 1807. Drowned at sea. 

28. Noah, Aug. 4, 1787. Oct. 1799. 

29. Holder, Nov. 15, 1789. Dec. 7, 1851. 

30. Mercy, July 9, 1794. 

31. Florintha, July 14, 1796. m. Cornelius White. 

32. Alice, Sept. 15, i799. 

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E. H. CHACE — Page 9. 



I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29.* 

HOLDER CHACE, m. in Freetown, Mass. Dec. 18, 181 1, 
Sarah, (No. 42 in Hathaway Record). They resided in 
Taunton, Mass., Capt. Chace's vocation being, sailing upon 
the ocean, hi 1816 Mrs. Chace prevailed upon him to re- 
move to Ohio, thinking to get him away from the water. 
He purchased a farm at what is now East Claridon, Geauga 
Co., Ohio. Mr. Chace could not content himself upon the 
land, so in the summ'^r season, he saileJ as captain of ves- 
sels on the Great Lakes. At one time while assisting in 
casting over the anchor out on Lake Erie he became 
entangled in the chain an J was taken to the bottom, where 
he disengaged himself and came to the surface, much to the 
surprise of his crew. Capt. Chace was not born to be 
drowned but died Dec. 7, 1851, at his home at East Clari- 
don, O., from the effects of the bite of a rat on his thumb. 

Mrs. Sarah Chace, d. June 22, i8t;8. 

CHILDREN. 

33. Elnathan Holder, b. Nov. 26, 1812. d. Jan. 21, 1882. Taunton, Mass. 

34. Anna Button, April 15, i8t5. Feb. 21, 1892. " " 

35. Mercy Rebecca, Jan. 21,1822. E. Claridon, O 

36. Mary Ann, Mch. 25, 1824. May i, 1898. " 

37. Florintha White, April 16, 1826. Oct. 6, 1881. " 

38. Melissa Celestia, Sept. 29, 1828 " 

39. Edwin Ruthvan, June 2, 1832. " 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33. 
ELNATHAN HOLDER CHACE, came in 1816, when but 
four years old, with his father to East Claridon, Ohio. Mar- 
ried in East Claridon, O., Oct. 13, 1833, Lucina, b. Oct. i, 
181 1, dau. of Reuben and Phebe (Johnson) Kidder. Mr. and 
Mrs. Chace lived upon a farm situated on the banks of the 
East Cuyahoga river, one-half mile east of East Claridon, 
Ohio. His farm contained two hundred and fifty acres of 
land, which was under a good state of cultivation when he 
died, always kept a large number of cows, was one of the 
first in the Township to engage in the dairy business, also 
one of the first to erect a cheese factory in the County, 
which he built ac East Claridon, O. in the year of 1861. 
He was largely interested in the building of the P. P. & F. 
R. R. a narrow gauge road that was built in 1873, ^^^^s 
*Rev. Wni. A. Eardeley's Nos. are 1, 3, 15,84, 396, 1964, 7291. 

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e.igaged in securing tlif riglit of way from Cliardon to Middle- 
field. In politics he was a Republican, and always took 
great interest in the issue of the da v. Often heard him tell 
about going to Fort Meigs in 1840, time of the "Log Cabin 
and Hard Cider" campaign of Wm. H. Harrison. His last 
campaign, was for Jas. A. Garfield. Mr. Chace was highly 
esteemed as a citizen, being strictly a temperate and m.oral 
man, and of a social disposition. 

Mr. E. H. Chace, d. Jan. 21, 1882. 

Mrs. Lucina Chace, d. April 28, 1879. 

CHILDREN. 

40. Sherman Holder, b. 0:t. i, 1834. East Claridon, Ohio. 

41. Joseph Hathaway, Sept. 10, 1837. " " " 

42. Charles Hiram, July 19, 1839. " " " 

43. Sarah Artemissa, Aug. 6, 1841. " " " 

44. Sheldon Merrill, Sept. 17, 1843- " 

45. Emory Augustus, \ Twins. 

46. Emily Augusta, / Sept. 26, 1846. " 

47. Cornelius White, Sept. 10, 1849. " " " 

48. Melissa Adrianna, April 30, 1853. " " " 

49. Edmund Elnathan, Aug. 29, 1856. " " " 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 34. 

ANNA BUTTON CHACE, m. in East Claridon, O., Nov. 
30, 1842, Hiel, b. June 24, 1797, son of James and Nabby 
(Ladd) Armstrong. He first m. Sept. 5, 1818, Elizabeth, 
b. June 6, 1801, dau. of Thomas and Anna (Kinney) Dow. 
He owned a large tract of land north of East Claridon, where 
they lived and died. 

Mr. Hiel Armstrong, d. Aug. 27, 1884. 

Mrs. Anna Armstrong, d. Feb. 21, 1892. 
I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 35. 

riERCY REBECCA CHACE, m. in East Claridon, Ohio, 
Nov. 18, 1840. Ami Emory, b. May 10, i8i6,son of Capt. Theo- 
dore and Lucina (Barber) Ensign. They settled on a farm 
three-fourth miles north of East Claridon, lived there 14 years, 
thence removed to Rock Creek, Ashtabula county, O., where 
Mr. Ensign d. Dec 23, 1855. Buried in Claridon, O. She 
removed with her family back to East Claridon, where 
she lived until her second marriage in i860 with Jacob 
Gates, b. 1812, d. 1873 resi^'ed in Middlefield, Geauga 
Co., Ohio. She afterwards m. Hymeneus Bundy, b. 
1801, d. 1882. at Parkman, O. Since, she has made 

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her home with her son George L. now in Cleveland, Ohio. 

i^HlLDREN. 

50. Diadate Johnson, b. May 12, 1844. d. July 23, 1869. E. Claridon,0 

51. Theo. Woodbridge, June 6, 1847. June 26, 1891. " 

52. Harmon Newell, Jan. 11, 1849. " 

53. Emory Holder, Sept. 25, 1850. Feb. 4,1854. " 

54. George Leonard, July 1,1852. ' " 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 36. 

MARY ANN CHACE, m. in East Claridon, Ohio, May 
I, 1845, Harcey, b. June 14, 1822, son of Milton and Lura 
(Able) Armstrong. They lived on a farm, situated on 
what is known as the River Road, in Perry, Lake county, 
Ohio. Mr. Armstrong was elected on the Republican ticket 
Treasurer of Lake county for 1887-8. Mrs. Armstrong was 
•blind the last years of her life. 

Mr. Harcey Amstrong, d. March 4, 1895. 

Mrs. Mary Armstrong, d. May i, 1898. 

CHILDREN. 

55. Sarah Lura, b. July 10, 1846. d. Oct. 8, 1870. Perry, Ohio. 

56. Ella Melissa, May 16, 1850. July 28, 1895. " 

57. Mary Adelade, May 7, 1855. " " 

58. Milton Chace, Apr. 3, 1861. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 37. 
FLORINTHA WHITE CHACE, m. in EastClaridon,0. , 
Jan. 1.4, 1847, John P, b. Sept. 30, 181 1, son of Peter and Mary 

( )Lukens. Thev resided in East Claridon, O., where 

Mr. Lukens was in the merchantile business, except a few 
years in the same business in Mesopotamia, O. He d. in 
Cleveland, 0.,at the home of hisdau. Mrs. W. W. Hathaway, 
Dec. 5, 1891. Mrs. Florintha W. Lukens, d. Oct. 6, 1881. 

CHILDREN. 

59. Mary Jane, b. Oct. 31, 1847. d. Apr. 30, 1863. E. Claridon, O. 

60. Anna Sarah, May 1,1850. Dec. 7,1857- 

61. Martha Clever, Aug. 26, 1854. " 

62. Hiel Armstrong, Jan. 22, i860. May 22, 1882. " 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 38. 
MELISSA CELESTIA CHACE, m. in East Claridon, 
Ohio, Apr 3, 1843, Burton, b. Jan. 12, 1822, son of Hiel and 
Elizabeth (Dow) Armstrong. They resided on a farm one 
mile north and east of East Claridon, O., until 1885, when 
they built upon the old Armstrong homestead, one mile 
north of East Claridon. Mr. Burton Armstrong enlisted as 

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private in Co. G,4ist Reg. O. V. 1. Nov. 2, 1861, discharged 
a corporal July 11, 1862, by reason of disabiliiy and result- 
ant Aphony, (loss of voice) which affliction he has at this 
present time. He has been connected with several cheese 
factories in Huntsburg and Claridon. He was with his bro- 
ther-in-law Elnathan H. Chace in securing right of way for 
R.R. They always were shoulder to shoulder in politics, 
and were fast friends in every undertaking. 

CHILDREN. 

63. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Oct. 14, 184s. E. Clariddn, Ohio. 

64. Ashley Eugene, Feb. 10, 1847. " '' 

65. Harriet Ellen, Oct. 31, 1849. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 39. 
EDWIN RUTHVAN CHACE, m. in Hamden, Ohio, 
Nov. 30, 1851, Polly, b. June 6, 1830, dau. of Barney and 
Jane (McLean) Brady. They resided upon the old home- 
stead in East Claridon, a few years. In 1861 he concluded 
to take Horace Greely's advice and "move west and grow 
up with the country," he settled on government land at 
Quasqueton, Buchanan Co. Iowa, where he tussled with the 
"Plain sod," improved his farm, dealt in cattle, and was 
fairly successful. Not of robust health, a man of literary 
taste, a great reader, with a good memory, he became one 
of the best posted men of his town, always strictly honor- 
able in his dealings, making it a point to say something to 
those he came in contact with to make them feel good, he 
was universally respected and liked. A radical Republican, 
he took an active interest in the welfare of his party. After 
eight years residence in Iowa, he sought a milder climate 
and removed to Golden City, Barton Co. Mo. where land 
was cheap and most all unsettled prairie, engaged in farm- 
ing and handling cattle extensively, hi 1872 was elected as 
one of the three county judges, in 1882 was the Republican 
candidate for the legislature, but the large Democratic major- 
ity over-came his personal popularity and he was defeated. 
In 1883, the country having become settled, free range shut 
off for his cattle, land bringing a good price, he sold out, and 
with his family of four boys and three girls, nearly all grown 
moved to Wayne, Neb., where land was not only good but 
cheap. The advance in real estate, the prosperity which 

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has attended him and his family prove the wisdom of liis 
choice. 

CHILDREN. 

66. Cheney Armstrong b. Sep. 6,1832. E. Claridon, Olnio. 

67. Charles Holder, Feb. 20, 1855. 

68. James Rey, Feb. i, 1858. 

69. Anna Melissa, Dec. 14, i860. " " 

70. Amanda Elnora, \ Twins. Quasqueton, I1. 

71. Mattie Cora, / Dec. 25, 1864. d. Oct. 7, 1866. 

72. Elnathan Burton, Apr. 11, 1867. " " 

73. May Jane, May 6, 1871. Golden City, Mo. 

1, 4,8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 40. 
SHERriAN HOLDER CHACE, m. in Burton, Ohio, 
Auo;, 21, 1858, Ann Jennette, h. Dec. 2, i8:|.i, dau of Jacob 

and Laura ( ) Gates. Mr. Chace resided on his 

farm in Middlefield, Ohio, until the spring of 1884, when he 
sold out and moved to Merrill. Mich., where he purchased 
another, upon which he now lives. 

CHILDREN. 

74. Nora, b. Apr. 13, i86o. Burton, Ohio. 

75. Nettie, Nov. 23, 1861. " 

76. Nellie, Apr. 14, 1864. 

T]. Nannie Pearl, Apr. 23, 1866. Middlefield; Ohio. 

78. Arthur Sheldon, Nov. 13, 1878. d. Mar. 3, 1879, 

1,4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 41. 
JOSEPH HATHAWAY CHACE, m. in East Claridon, 
Ohio, Mch. 14,1860, Marilla Annette, b. Sept, 30,1839. dau. 
of William and Charlotte Starkey. Mr. Chace resided in 
Ohio until 1885, when he removed to Ewing, Neh., and 
afterwards to Clearwater, Neb. He has dealt extensively, 
both in Ohio and Neb. in beef cattle, sheep and hogs. Mrs. 
Marilla A. Chace d. Feb. 3, 1895. 

CHILDREN. 

79. Lettie Arvilla, b. Mch. 24, 1861. Huntsburg, O. 

80. Lillie Eliza, July 19, 1862. d. Jaa. 20, 1893. E. Claridon, O 

81. Carrie Belle, Feb. 20, 1867. Nov. 17, 1892. " 

82. Josephine Minerva, Sept. 16, 1870. Cleveland, O. 

83. Flora Marilla, Nov. 24, 1871. Apr. 18. 1895. " 

84. Fred William, July 13, 1873. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 42. 
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CHARLES HIRAH CHACE, m. in Huntsburg, O. Jan. 
I, 1861, Lydia Adams, b. Jun. 21, 1840, dau. of Davis and 
Angeline (Gleason) Hall. He was by occupation a farmer. 
In 1873 he bought a small place of four acres, erected a two 
story building thereon, selling the upper story to Geauga 
Lodge, No. 171, L O. O. F. (of which he was a member), 
using the lower floor for a depot and express office for the R. 
R. Co. whose agent he was for several years. Afterward, 
selling the property he had accumulated, he tried living in 
the west. It not being satisfactory, either to him, nor his 
family, they returned and purchased the Hall homestead in 
Huntsburg, O., where he now lives, A staunch Republican, 
he is always ready to discuss with an opponent the issues of 
the day. 

CHILDREN. 

85. Elnathan Davis, b. Jan. 21, 1865. d. Mch. 6, 1865. E.ClaridepjjQ: 

86. Clayton Aaron, June 11,1866. " ;, 

87. Maud Anna, Dec. 13, 1869. Nov. 7, 1870. * 

88. Horton Sheldon, Jan. 28,,ii872. 

89. May Lpella, May 22, 1874. 

90. Angie Lucina, Aug. 24, 1878. ^. _, ^ 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23^5:295^35^43. ^.^ -^- 

SAR'i^H ARTEMISSA CHACE, m. in >erry, Ohio/f^b.^^! 

5, 1872, Samuel, b. , i8___ son of and 

( -"_.__) Hickson. Miss Chace commenced 

teaching school at the age of 16 years, which vocation she 
followed successfully until her marriage', after which she be- 
came interested in the-^cause of temperance, becoming one 
of the leading ladies of the W. C. T. U, of Lake Co. Ohio. "' 

I, 4, 8, 13" 18, 23, 29, 33» 44- 
SHELDON riERRILL CHACE, m. in Huntsburg, O. 
Mch. 26, 1868, Sarah Ann, b. Jul. 18, 1842, dau. of Davis 
and Angeline (Gleason) Hall. Mr. Chace had charge of his 
father'stheese factory from 1869 until 1879, when he bought 
a i^ariri "and removed to Hamden, O., where he lived until 
1881, when he sold out, and purchased of his father about 
50 acres of the homestead east of , East Claridon, since, he 
has purchased and added to this, so that he now owns over 
100 acres, in 1898 he rented his farm and purchased a 

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smallhome at East Claridon, where he now takes life more 
easys^'^iiHe served as one of three trustees of Claridon Tp. 
for 'Several' years, giving general satisfaction to all. Having 
no children of their own, they in 1893, took of Western Re- 
serve Lodge No. 59, I. 0.0. F. in Ashtabula, O., a little 
bay- whom they care for as if he were their own. 

■^"' ^'' CHILD. 

91. Elmer H. b. Mch. 17, 1887.- "'" 

I, 4, 8„ 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 45. 

.. EMORY AUGUSTUS CHACE, m. in -East Claridon, O. ' 
Sep, 26, 1S71, Ella, b. Oct. 12, 1853, dau. of William arid 
Sarah (Lawrence) Jones. Resided in East Claridon, O.,' 
until 1885, when they removed to Orchard, Neb., where 
Mrs. Ella Chace d, Sep. 5, 1897. Mr:: Et A. Chace enlisted 
Sep. 16, 1864, in Co, K, 1.77th Reg. O, V. 1.., discharged 
Jun. 24, 1865. - ^n-r^O ,v V ^o ,s^;:- 

92. Lucina Artemissa,b. Jan. I^,''i^73". "■-""'"^ E. Claridon, O. 

93. Wi.lliam Elnathan,^.,, ApE. ^ly ^874. ,„ . " 
94. 1 George Sherman, Nov. 17, 1875. « j-ts.j-, : '^V 

95. Ralph Edmund, Sept. 14, 1878. ' " 

96. Elsie Mary, Apr. 4, 1881. " 

97. Emma Marilla, Aug. 16, 1887. Orchard, Neb. 

I, 4, 8, 13. 18, 23, 29, 33» 46. ,r 

EHILY AQU5TA CHACE, m. in^ East Claridon, -.-©..rU 
Dec. 28, 1868, Aaron Vail, she received a divorce in Jan. 
1874, and m. in East Claridon, O. Dec 25, 1879. Charlie W. 
b. Feb. i22, 1837, son of Willard and Harriet (Merriman) 
Hale. They resided -one-half mile south of East Claridon,, 
O., where Mr. Charlie W. Hale, d. Jul. 7, 1898. J'. r.r:nA ■ 

CHILD BY FIRST HUSBAND. 

98. *Hej»ry, b Oct. 20, 1869. 

1,4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 48. 

MEL1S5A ADRIANNA CHACE, m. in East Claridon, 
O. Oct 10, 1877, Clarence V. b. Jan 31, 1853, son of Asa L. 
and Nancy E. (Smith) Case. Mr. Case left the A.& P. R. 
R. in 1879, to take charge of his father-in-law's farm in East 

*Name changed by act of legislature to Henry Hale. Apr. i8go. 

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Claridon, O. After Mr. Chace died, Mr. Case returned to 
Ashtabula, O,, and has ever since lived upon his father's 
farm situated two and one-half miles south and east of the 
city. In 1887 he cast his lot with the Odd Fellows, joining 
Western Reserve, Lodge No. 59, in June, and Amity En- 
campment in Oct. the same )ear. Taking at once an in- 
terest in his lodges, he was quickly advanced, and passed 
the chairs in both branches in July 1889, becoming a P. G. 
and a P.C.P. Received the G. L. and G. Enc' Degrees 
same year in Sep. at Columbus, O. time of Sovereign, Grand 
Lodge. Was D. D. G. M. in 1890, and D. D. G. P. in 1892; 
was representative of the 51st district, composed of Ashta- 
bula and Lake Go's, to the Grand Enc'p. 1893-4-5-6, and 
Grand Cond'r of Grand Lodge in 1898. Filling all these 
positions with credit to himself and his lodge. He has col- 
lected in the last few years, history and data of the descend- 
ants of John Case, of Windsor, Conn, 1656, and expects to 
place it in book form sometime in the near future. 

CHILDREN. 

99. Myrtle Belle, b. Nov. 23, 1880. d. Jul. 6, 1881. E. Clariden, O. 
100. Bi'ssie Laura, Jan. 27, 1885. Ashtabula, O 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 49. 

EDHUND ELNATHAN CHACE, m. in Ewing, Neb., 
May II, 1882, Orlefa J. b. Apr, 20, 1804, dau. of John and 
Orelia (Kidder) Closson. Reside in Ewing, Neb. 

CHILDREN, 

loi. Mabel A. b. Jul. 26, 1883. Ewing, Neb. 

102. Jonnie E. \ Twins d. Aug. 17, 1887. " 

103. Baby, / Oct, 23, 1885. Oct. 30, 1885. 

104. AnnaM. Jun. 28, 1887. " 

1,4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 35, 52. 

HARMON NEWELL ENSIGN, m. in Claridon, Ohio, 
Aug. 10, 1870, Lucina Agusta, b. May 28, 185 1, dau. of 
Abram A. and Agusta (Taylor) Wilmot, Mr. Ensign lived 
on his farm in Claridon, O., breeding extensively Holstein 
cattle, Shropshire sheep, and Chester white hogs, until the 
spring of 1899, when he accepted the superintendency of 
"Rosemoor Farm" in Jamestown, Ohio. 

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u 



CHILDREN. 

105. Emory Wilmot, b. Nov. 30, 1871. Claridon, O. 

106. Fred Leonard, Aug. 21, 1873. 

107. Mabel Lucina, Oct. 16, 1875. 

108. Theodore Woodbridge, Mch. 5, 1879. 

109. George Harmon, Jan. 5, 1881. 
no. James Abram Garfield, Dec. 27, 1882. 

111. Ethel Agusta, Nov. 23, 1885. 

112. Marshall Julius, Apr. 21, li 



I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 35, 54. 
GEORGE LEONARD ENSIGN, m. in Middlefieid, O. 
Mch. 17, 1875, Hannah Adaline, b. Mch. 22, 185 1, dau. of 
John and Rebecca (Christ) Bower. She d. Nov. 3, 1879. 
Mr. Ensign m. in Painesville, O. Nov. 29, 1880, Celia Ma- 
tilda, b. Sep. 15, 1854, dau. of Albert and Charlotte (Schuee) 
Foster. At this time he was Prof, of Mathematics at West- 
ern Reserve Seminary, and later was Principal of Geauga 
Seminary in Chester, Geauga Co, O. After leaving the 
seminary, he removed to Cimarron, Kan., thence to Califor- 
nia, hn the fall of 1892 he moved upon a farm in the N.E. 
part of Huntsburg, O. In the spring of 1894 he removed 
to Cleveland, O., and engaged in the real estate business. 

CHILD BY FIRST WIFE. 

113. Addle Rebecca, b. Apr. 14, 1876. Middlefieid, O. 

CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

114. Theodore Foster, b. Mch. 26, 1882. Chester, O. 

115. Harmon Oliver, Feb. 18,1884. " 

116. Julia Flossie, Dec. 29, i88vd Feb. 21, 1886. Cimarron, Kan 

117. Sina Pearl, Dec. 14, 1886. 

118. Winona Marquita, Feb. 11, 1889. Claremount, Cal. 

119. CarroJennie Beatrice Aug. 4, 1891. Lordsburg, Cal. 

120. Laurice Olive Vera, Jul. 24, 1895. Huntsburg, O. 

I, 4, 8, n, 18, 2.^, 29, 36, 55. 
SARAH LURA ARMSTRONG, m. in Perry Ohio, Oct. 
I, 1868, Herbert D. b. May 12, 1848, son of Caleb and Or- 
pha (Deming) Ensign. They resided in New Rutland, La 
Salle Co. ill., where she d. Oct. 8, 1870. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23,29, 36, 56. 
ELLA MELISSA ARflSTRONG, m. in Perrv. O. Nov. 

17, 1869, Agustus, b. Oct. 28, 1845, ^'■^^^ cf Solomon and 

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Mary (Caldwell) Cone. Resided in Painesville, O. until 
1875, then removed to Perry, O. In 1880 they removed to 
Palestine, Kan., where she d. Jul. 28, 1895. He was a 
farmer. 

CHILDREN. 

121. Ashley Armstrong, h. Sept. 25, 1870 Painesville, O 

122. Harriet Lura, Oct. 25, 1874. " 

123. Miry Ella, Aug. 7, 1878. Perry, ,0- 

124. Fredrick .Augustus, Apr. 23, 1889. Belle Plaine, Kan. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 36, 57. 
riARY ADELADE ARHSTRONQ, m. in Perry, Ohio, 
Dec. 25, 1872, Solomon Albert, b. Sep. 30. 1845, ^o'"* 0^ 
Solomon and Orcelia (Amidon) Densmore. Mr. Densmore 
follows the business of selling farm implements at which he 
has been ver)' successful. They live upon the Armstrong 
homestead in Perry, v~)hio. 

CHILDREN. 

125. Harry Lester, b. May 14, 1874. P'-rry, Ohio. 

126. Sarah Anna, Jul. 10, 1876. Leroy, " 

127. Harcey Raymond, Mch.22, 1879. " " 

128. Mary Orcelia, Mch.i6, 1881. 

129. Lura Ella, Jul. 7, 1883. 

130. George Albert, Jun. 27, 1886. 

131. Nina Ruth, Mch. 15, 1895. Painesville, O 

1,4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 36, 58. 
MILTON CHACE ARMSTRONG, m. in Madison, Ohio, 
Sep. 18, 1890, Phebe Sophia, b. Feb. 6, 1864, dau. of Henry 
and Maria (Hawkins) Ensign. Resided in Perry, O. until 
1897, when they removed to Claridon, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

132. Henry Ensign, b. Dec. 3, 1891. Perry, Ohio 

133. Alice Marie, Sep. 29, 1895. " " 

134. Lura Ella, Oct. 24, 1896. " '• 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 38, 63. 
SARAH ELIZABETH ARMSTRONG, m in East Clari- 
don, O. Apr. 3, 1866, Horatio P. b. Jan 30, 1839, ^'^^n of 
Philander and Sarah (Clark) Kile. Reside one mile north 
of East Claridon, O. Mr. Kile enlisted in "Geauga Rifles," 
Co, F. 19th O. Inf. Apr. 17, i86i in response to President 

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B. ARMSTRONG —Page I J 



Lincoln's first call tor troops for a three months service. 
After muster out of this company, Aug. 26, 1861, he re en- 
tered the service for three years in Co. G 41st O.V.I. Sep. 
10, 1861 . Was engaged in the battles of Stone River, Chick- 
amauga, Brown's Ferry, Orchard Knob. Missionary Ridge, 
Buzzard's Roost, Ressaca, Pickets Mills, Kennesavv M't., 
Atlanta and numerous minor engagements. From a private 
in the ranks he was promoted from rank to rank to that of 
Capt. Mch. 24, 1863, and served as such to date of discharge, 
Nov. 10, 1864. 

CHILDREN. 

135. Lucy Elizabeth, b. Apr. 3, 1867. Hiintsbjrj:;, O. 

136. Mary Ellen, Jan. 23, 1869. " 

137. Anna Belle, Sep. 1, 1871. " 

138. Susie Melissa, Mch. 29, 1874. " 

139. Mabel Sarah, Jun. 5,1877. d. May 24, 1880. " 

140. Horatio Burton, May 25, 1882. Andover, Ohio. 

141. Philena Blanche, Oct. 12, 1888. E. Claridon, O. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18. 23, 29, 38, 64. 
ASHLEY EUQENE ARMSTRONG, m. in Huntsburg, 
Ohio, Mch. 16, 1873, Mary Etta, b. Jul. 24, 1853, dau. of 
Eli and Mary (Boutell) Gleson. Reside upon the farm with 
liis father, one mile north of East Claridon, O. If you wish 
to wake Ashley up, just say something against fb.e Repub- 
lican party. 

CHILDREN. 

142. Geor>?e Eugene, b. Dae. 13, 18S2. E ist Gl.iriJon, O 

143. Alice May, Dec. 10, 1887. '• " 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29. 38, 65. 
HARRIET ELLEN ARMSTRONO, m. in East Claridon, 
O. Feb. I, 1871, Robert Bruce, b. Sept. 3, 1845, son of 
Milton B. and Pluma (Moore) Waters. Mr. R. B. Waters 
has a coal and feed store, also an interest in a clothing store 
in Garrettsville, O. where he lives. 

CHILDREN. 

144. Robert Bruce, b. May 20, 1872. Middlefield, O. 

145. Fred Burton, Oct. i, 1877. d. Jun. 3. 1879. " 

146. Frank Eugene, Apr. 14, 1881. Huntsburg, O. 

147. Leon Ashley, Jan. 9, 1886. Garrettsville, O. 

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I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 39, 66. 
CHENEY ARnSTRONQ CHACE, m. in LeMars, Iowa, 
Aug. I, 1889, Katherine, b. Apr, 6, 1862, dau. of Richard 
and Katherine (Pira) Goldie. Mr. Chace entered the hard- 
ware business in Wayne, Neb. in 1883, which he has con- 
ducted in a very satisfactory manner ever since. He is also 
engaged in farming, and the feeding ot cattle. 

CHILDREN. 

148. Marguerite Lois, b. Jan. 22, 1892. Wayne, Neb. 

149. Katherine Goldie, Dec. 11, 1895. " " 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 39, 67. 
CHARLES HOLDER CHACE, m. in Lamar, Mo Sep. 
27, 1880, Emma, b. Apr. 12, 1859, dau. of Walter and Mary 
(Frost) Ridley. Mr. Chace moved in 1884 to Stanton Co., 
Neb., where he purchased a farm, engaged in farming and 
stock-raising until 1892, feeling the need of better school 
privileges for his family, he moved to Stanton, continuing 
his farm, and giving special attention to the feeding of fat 
cattle, in the fall of 1896, he was elected to the Legislature, 
on the Republican ticket, representing the 17th Dist', con- 
sisting of Wayne and Stanton Co's. 







CHILDREN. 




150. 


Olive Edna, 


b. Oct. 2, 1881. 


Golden City, Mo. 


151. 


Edwin Ruthvan, 


Mch. 20, 1883. 


U t( 


152. 


Wilda Erma, 


Jul. 18, 1885. 


Pilger, Neb. 


153- 


Jessie May, 


Feb. 7, 1888. 


i. 


154- 


Lula Bell, 


May 31, 1890. 


a 


155- 


Ethel Maud, 


Jan. 24, 1892. 


u 


156. 


Arthur Charles, 


Jan. 18, 1895. 


Stanton, Neb. 



I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 39, 68. 
JAMES REY CHACE, m. in Wellington, 111. Oct. 8, 
1890, Minnie, b. Feb. 20, 1865, dau. of Robert and Annie 
(Hartman) Keeley. Mr. Chace has been engaged in farm- 
ing and stock-raising in Stanton Co., Neb. since 1885. in 
later years he has dealt extensively in hogs, cattle and sheep, 
which has proved very satisfactory to himself. 

CHILDREN. 

157. Nellie, b. Jan. 12, 1892. Pilger, Neb. 

158. Walter Rey, Apr. 20, 1895. 

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I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 39, 69. 
ANNA riELISSA CHACE, m. in Wayne, Neb. Sep. 12, 
1887, Charles, b. Feb. 12, 1863, son of George and Melvina 
(Westfall) McLeod. Resided in Marvin, Kan. until 1890, 
when they removed to Pilger, Neb. 

CHILDREN. 

159. Edna May, b. Jul. 27, 1888. Marvin, Kan. 

160. Clarice, Dec. 10, 1890. Pilger, Neb. 

161. George, Sep. 26, 1895. " 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 39, 70. 
AMANDA ELNORA CHACE, m. in Wayne, Neb. Nov. 
10, 1890, Dr. Dvvight, b. May 6, 1864, son of Dr. H. W. 
and Phebe (Bowen) Sigworth. He was a graduate of Rush 
Medical College, Chicago, HI. Resided in Anamosa, Iowa, 
where he d. Aug. 9, 1896. 

CHILD'. 

162. Dwight Chace, b. May 11,1893. Sioux City, Iowa, 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 39, 72. 
ELNATHAN BURTON CHACE, m. in Allegheny, Pa. 
■Jun. 30, 1896, Maude, b. Aug. 15, 1869, dau. of Thompson 
and Lina (McMary) Wachob. Mr. Chace finished his edu- 
cation at the age of 20 years, and entered the employment 
of the First Nat'l Bank of Wayne, Neb., where he has ever 
since been engaged. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 39, 73. 
r\AY JANE CHACE, m. in Wayne, Neb. Mch. 10, 
1892, Mark. b. May 23, 1870, son of William and Nancy E. 
(Archer) Miller. Reside in Welcome, Minn., where Mr. 
Miller is engaged in lumber business. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 40, 74. 
NORA CHACE, m. in Middlefield, O. Aug. 4, 1878, 

Emory G. b. 18- ., son of George and Maryett Hoon. 

Resided in Middlefield, O., until the spring of 1884, when 
they removed to Merrill, Mich. 

CHILDREN. 

163. Edmund Elnathan, b. Oct, 24, 1880, Middlefield, O. 

164. Vernie May, Jan. 8, 1883. " 

165. Frank, Mch. 16, 1894. Merrill, Mich. 

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1,4, 8, 13. i8, 23, 29, 33,40,75. 

NETTIE CHACE, m. in Middlefield, O. Dec. is, 1881, 
Frank, b. Mch. 30, 1850, son of Horace and Ruby Childs. 
Removed to Merrill, Mich, in 1891. 

CHILDREN. 

166. Lena, b. Sep. 29, 1891. d. Jan. 2, 1892. Orwell, Oliio, 

167. Ray, Jan. 25, 1892. Merrill, Mich. 

168. Mabel, Jul. 9, 1896. May 3, 1898. 

I, 4, 8, 13 18, 23, 29, 33, 40, 76. 

NELLIE CHACE, m. in Merrill, Mich. Jul. 4. 1884. 
George H. b. Apr. 23, 1862, son of James and Lucinda Kin- 
ney. Reside in Merrill, Mich. 

CHILDREN. 

169. Bessie, b. Dec. 8, 1891. Merrill, Mich. 

170. Lena, Mch. 19, 1893. '' 

171. (Charles Joseph, Oct. 22, 1894. " 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 40, 77. 

NANNIE PEARL CHACE, m. in Merrill, Mich. Apr. 28, 
1886, Marquis H. b. Jun. 9, 1859, son of Martin and Mary 
Ann Wilson. Reside in Merrill, Mich. 

CHILDREN, 

172. Evi Sherman, b. Dec. 19, 1893. Merrill, Mich. 

173. Galey, Mch. 20, 1896. " 

174. Ellia, Oct. 29, 1897, " 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 41, 79. 

LETTIE ARVILLA CHACE, m. in Farmington, Ohio, 
Oct. 14, 1883, Frank Odell, b. .., 1858, son of Wil- 
liam and Anna Appleby. Removed to Ewing, Neb. in 1884, 
where they now reside. 

CHILDREN. 



175. Lillie Belle, b. Aug. 30, 1884 

176. Joseph William, Oct 21,1886, 

177. Grace Marilla, Nov. 25, 1888 

178. Charles Chace, Sep. 23, 1891 

179. Walter Dale, Aug. 31, 1893 

180. Robert Fred, Nov. 21, 1895 

181. Lettie Arvilla, Mch. 27, 1897 

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Ewing, Neb. 
d Feb, 7, 1887. 

Norfolk, Neb. 

ii 

Pilger, Neb. 

Clearwater, Neb. 

Ewing, Neb. 



1, 4, ^' 13. i^. 23, 29, 33, 41, 80. 

LILLIE ELIZA CHACE, m. in Ewing, Neb. Jun. 26, 
1889, Harlen M.irtin, b. Jun. 28, 1858, son of Lucius C. and 
Charlotte (Hopkins) Stockvvell. Mr. Stockvvell is of the 
firm of Stockwell & Chace, Clearwater, Neb., where Mrs. 
Lillie E. Stockwell d. Jan 20, 1893. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33,41, 83. 
FLORA HARILLA CHACE, m. in O'Neill, Neb, Oct. 
I, 1888, Willard H. b. Jan. 4, 1867, son of Alanson J. and 
Patty R. (Stebbins) Cooley. Resided in Neb. until 1894, 
when they removed to Chardon, Ohio, where Mrs. Flora M. 
Cooley d. Apr, 18, 1895. 

CHILDREN. 

182. Eugenia Dell, b. May 26, 1890. Norfolk, Neb. 

183. Cecil Chace, Apr. 5, 1895 Chardon. O. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 42, 86. 

CLAYTON AARON CHACE, m. in Akron. Ohio, Apr. 
5, 1897, Mrs. Carrie B. Hale, b. May 21, 1861, dau. of Hen- 
ry M. and Caroline Smith. Mr. Chace is a farmer residing 
in Huntsburg, Ohio. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 42, 88. 
HORTON SHELDON CHACE, m. in Chardon. Ohio, 
Nov. 10, 1892, Inese, b. May 24, 1873, ^^^i-'- o^ John and 
Ellen (Robison) McCalmot. Mr. Chace was a graduate in 
the class 0/ '91, of Chardon High school. He is now attend- 
ing college at Berea, Ohio, for the ministry. 

CHILDREN. 

184. Marguerite, b. Oct. 4, 185$- J- May 17, 1897. Huntsburg, O. 

185. Lydia Elizabeth. Sep. 14, 1898. Berea, Oiiio. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 42, 90. 
ANQIE LUCINA CHACE, m. in Huntsburg, Ohio, 
Nov. 4, 1896, William Allen, b. Feb. 12, 1874, son of Wil- 
liam and Sophia (Hoover) Harrington. He is a farmer and 
resides in Middlefield, Ohio. 

CHILD. 

186. Charles William, b. Feb. 22, 1898. Huntsburg, Ohio. 

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I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 45, 92. 

LUCINA ARTEMISSA CHACE, m. in Orchard, Neb. 
Dec. 3, 1891, Eda Lovell, b. Jan. 3, i860, son of Charles 
and Lucy (Fay) Hemmenway. They reside in Orchard, 
Neb. where his occupation is farming. 

CHILDREN. 

187. Clara Bell, b. Sep. 19, 1892. Orchard, Neb. 

188. Walter Agustus, Aug. 23, 1894. " 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 45, 94. 

GEORGE SHERMAN CHACE, m. in Orchard, Neb. 
Dec. 22, 1897, Mary B. b. Oct. 9, 1878, dau. of Alexander 
and Sarah A. (Mchitosh) Campbell. Mr. Chace resides in 
Orchard, Neb. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 45, 95. 

RALPH EDMUND CHACE, m. in Orchard, Neb. Apr. 
12, 1899, Mildred E. b. Jul. 17, 1882, dau. of Rev. W. C. 
and Agnes (Hoag) Clifton. Reside in Orchard, Neb. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 45.96. 

ELSIE MARY CHACE, m. in Orchard, Neb. Jan. 13, 
1898, Charles, b. Jan. 6, 1875, son of Joseph and Catherine 
(Welch) Mcintosh. Reside in Orchard, Neb. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 33, 46, 98. 

HENRY HALE, m. in East Claridon, Ohio, Oct. 27, 
1892, Nellie, (No. 93 in Hathaway record.) They reside 
on a farm one-half mile south of East Claridon, O. 

CHILD. 

189. Mary, b. Oct. 30, 1894. East Claridon. Ohio. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 35, 52, 105. 

EHORY WILHOT ENSIGN, m. in Findley, Ohio. Sep. 
8, 1897, Hellena, b. Dec. 5, 1875, dau. of Homer H. and 
Rosette (Way) Butts. Reside in Findley, O. 

CHILD. 

190. Howard Newton, b. Aug, i, 1899. Findley, Ohio. 

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J. p. LUKENS,-Page Jl. 



I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 35, 52, 107. 

MABEL LUCINA ENSIGN, m. in Claridon, Ohio, Sep. 
22, 1897, George T. b. May 10, 1862, son of William and 
Mary (Fields) Webster. Reside in Findley, O. 

CHILD. 

191. Donald Ensign, b. Aug. 22, 1898, Findley, Ohio. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 36, 56, 121. 

ASHLEY ARnSTRONQ CONE, m. in Belle Plaine, Kan. 
Nov. 9, 1891, Susie S. b. Jan 16, 1866, dau. of Thomas and 
Rachel (McClung) Hastings. She d. Jan. 6, 1898. Mr. 
Cone again m. in Palestine. Jan. Oct. 18, 1898, Clara A. b. 
Mch. 27, 1869, dau. of Lorenzo and Katherine ( Hasselwander) 
Hastings. Reside in Belle Plaine, Kan. 

CHILD BY SECOND WIFE. 

192. Ruth Marie, b. Aug. 22, 1899. Belle Plaine, Kan. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 36, 56, 122. 

HARRIET LURA CONE, m. in Belle Plaine, Kan. Sep. 
30, 1896, John L. b. Oct. 21, 1874, son of Jason ana Mary 
(Davis) Alexander. Reside in Whitman, Kan. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 36, 56, 123. 

MARY ELLA CONE, m. in Belle Plaine, Kan. Sep. 27, 
1895, Ora S. b. Jul. i, 1875, son of Washington and Lavina 
(Harmon) Clodfelter. Reside in Whitman, Kan. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 36, 57, 125. 

HARRY LESTER DENSMORE, m. in Perry, Ohio, 
Dec. 3, 1896, Eva, b. Dec. 16, 1877, dau. of Samuel and 
Emma (Broughton) Brewer. Reside in Perry, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

193. Leon Lester, b. Mch. 24, 1898. Perry, Ohio. 

194. Nov. 26, 1899. " 

I, 4, 8, T.3, 18, 23, 29, 38, 63, 135. 

LUCY ELIZABETH KILE, m. in Andover, Ohio. Jan. 
IS, 1887, Lucius W. b. Jun. 7, 1866, son of Edward and 
Eve Harmon. Reside in Cleveland, O. 

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CHILDREN. 

195. Eve Marie, b. Mcli. j, 1888. Aiidover, Ohio. 

196. Edward Horatio, Sep. [3,1889. Conneaut, " 

197. Franl< Kile, Jjl. 29, 1851. " " 

198. Mabel Irene, Mch. 25, 1893. 

199. Harry Maynard, Jun. 23,1896. Cleveland, " 

1,4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 38, 63, 136. 

MARY ELLEN KILE, m. in Hast Claridon, Ohio, Feb. 13, 
1890, Rev. Andrew M. b. Jan. 6, 1867, son of Andrew and 
Angeiine (Newton) Smith. At tiie present. Rev. A. M. 
Smith has charge of the M. E. Church in Webster, Iowa. 

CHILDREN. 

200. Ena Mary, b. Feb. 13, 1891. Blue Grass, Iowa. 

201. Wilford Andrew, Sep. 15, 1894. Sweetland, 

202. Howard Kile, Oct. 7, 1896. Lexington, 

203. Miriam, Oct. 16, 1898. " 






1,4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 38, 63, 137. 

ANNA BELL KILE, m. in East Claridon, Ohio, Dec. 
31, 1896, Elwood b. Aug. 19, 1870, son of Madison and 
Almira (Merwin) Adams. Reside on farm in East Claridon, 
Ohio. 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 38, 63, 138. 

SUSIE MELISSA KILE, m. in East Claridon, Ohio, 
Dec. 31, 1896, Sherman Orlando, b. Dec. 3, 1872, son of 
George W. and Harriet (West) Cramblet, Reside in Hunts- 
burg, Ohio. 

CHILD. 

204. 'ihelma Elizabeth, b. Dec. 30, 1897. East Claridon, O- 

I, 4, 8, 13, 18, 23, 29, 38, 65, 144. 

ROBERT BRUCE WATERS, Jr., m. in Garrettsville, 
Ohio, Oct. 15, 1896, Louise, b. Jun. 18, 1873, oldest dau. 
of Dr. Guy and Ellen (Tilden) Warren. Reside in Garretts- 
ville, O. 

CHILD. 

205. Roberta Louise, b. Jan. 8. 1898. Garrettsville, O 

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HATHAWAY RECORD. 



NICHOLAS HATHAWAY of Boston (Dorchester) 16^8. 
of Taunton, Mass. about 1640. Very little known of him ex- 
cept that he was one of the original purchasers of Taunton. 
Probable died or removed early from Taunton. Although he 
is the first of the name, his son John is really the founder of 
the family. 

CHILD. 
2. John, b. 1629. d. 1705. 

JOHN HATHAWAY of Taunton, Mass. m. ist Martha 

., she d. after 1683. He m, 2nd Ruth -_. dx-P^ 



she d. Sep. 1705. Frequent mention of him in records of 
Plymouth Colony, and of Taunton. Perhaps had brothers 
Joseph and Jacob. He d. 1705. 

CHILDREN (of Freetown, Mass.) 

3. John, b. [650. d. 1730. 

4. Abraham, 1652. 1725. m. Aug. 28, 1684, Rebecca Wilber. 

5. Isaac, 1655. 1722. Mch. 17, 1686, Mary Pitts. 

6 Ephraim, 1661. 1718. Elizabeth 

7. Abigail, d. about 1690. Dec. 9, 1685, James Phillips. 

8. Rebecca, Dec. ji, 1742. .Hay. 4, 1687, Jared Talbot. 



I, 2, 3. 

JOHN HATHAWAY of Freetown, Mass. m. ist Hannah 

Burt. After her death, lie m. Christian He 

d. 1730. 

CHILDREN (of Freetown.) 

9. John d. before 1724. 

10. Jacob, b. 1676. 

11. Isaac, m 1710, Sarah Makepeace. 

12. Ephraim, Dec. 19. 1717, Abij^ail Davis. 

13. Thomas, > 17191 IVlargaret Maxfield. 

14. Hannah, 

15. Sarah, 

16. Abigail, 

17. Martha, 

18. Experience, 

I, 2, 3, 10. 
JACOB HATHAWAY of Freetown, m. Jan. 28, 1697, 

Philip(pe), No. 7, in Chace Record. Frequent mention of 
Iiim in Benjamin Chace's will. 

CHILDREN (of Freetown.) 

19. Hannah, b. Feb. 24, 1701. m. Jan. 19, 1721, Lot Strange. 

20. Guilford, Lydia Simmons. ' 

21. Betty, Oct. 9, 1729, John Winslow. 

22. Meletiah, 1732, Ann Haskins. 

1758, Sarah Hathaway. 

23. John, 1711. Mch. 6, 1732, Meibah Simmons. - 

24. Philip, Dec. 11, 1735, Martha Simmons. 

25. Benjamin, 

26. Jacob, d. 1768 In Conn. 

27. Isaac, m. Rebecca Warren. 

28. Joseph. m. Alice Strange. 

29. Joel, b. 1719- Mch. 24, 1 739, Rebecca Simmons. 

he d. Jan. 10, 1811. Dec. __, 1785, Elizabeth Presby. 

30. Seth, b. m. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25. 
BENJAMIN HATHAWAY of Freetown, m. Sep. 11, 
1735, Mary Davis. 

CHILDREN (of Freetown.) 

31. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 10, 1737. m. Henry Jew. 

32. Clothier, Jul. 11,1739. 

33. Mary. Oct 11, 1741. m. Baxer. 

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34- Kesiah, Aug. 7, 1743. Oct. 28, 1762. Daniel Jew. 

35. Zilpah, May 27, 1745. Feb. 16, 1764. David Perkins 

36. Benjamin, Mch.28, 1747- 

37. Sarah, May 7, 1753. d. Aug. 22, 1770. 

38. Abiel, Dec. 16, 1769. m. Elizabeth Babbitt. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32. 

CLOTHIER HATHAWAY, m. in Freetown, Mass. Dec. 
II, 1761, Dorcas Wrighting;ton. Mr. Joseph S. Taylor, Tp' 
clerk of Freetown, Mass. has looked over the records care- 
fully for the author, finds no record of the children of Cloth- 
ier and Dorcas Hathaway. He finds children of Malbone 
and Nancy Hathaway, as follows, Jun. 23, 1794, Clothier; 
Oct. 8, 1795, Dorcas; Jun. 6, 1797, Thomas; Apr. 14, 1799, 
Malbone; Jul. 7, 1801, Gilbert; Dec. 2, 1802, Betsey; Dec. 
25, 1804, Aaron; Ma>' 8, 1807, Wanton; Jul. 18, 1808, Abial; 
Apr. 15. 181 1, Nancy. He also found that Clothier and 
Mary Hathaway, had a son by the name of Rightington. 
(No. 45.) John Clothier Hathaway, (No. 56) has recollec- 
tions of hearing his father speak of his uncles' Malbone and 
Wanton Hathaway. With these facts before us, we are of 
the opinion, that these three were brothers, and were child- 
ren of Clothier and Dorcas Hathaway, and place them as 
such in this record. Any person having facts, that this is 
not correct, or can give information regarding this family, 
the author would be pleased to correspond with them. 

CHILDREN. 

39. Clothier, b. , 1766. d. May 31,1817. 

40. Malbone, m. Nancy 

41. Wanton, 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39. 

CLOTHIER HATHAWAY, m. in Freeiown, Mass. Jun. 
31, 1789, Mary Borden, b. 1765. Mr. Hathaway resided in 
Freetown, Mass. until about 1814 15, when he removed to 
Pompey, N. Y. where he was killed by the falling of a tree. 
May, 31, 1817, age 51 years, Mrs. Mary Hathaway, d. 
Oct. [8, 1842, in East Claridon, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

42. Sarah, b. Dec. 16, 1790. d. Jun. 22,1858. Freetown, Mass. 

43. Clothier, Jun. 15, 1793. Oct 2, 1794. " " 

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44- Elijah, Mch. 17, 1795. Mcli. 13, 1858. " " 

45.*Rightington, Nov. 11, 1798. Jan. 25, i860, " " 

46. Wanton, Jul. 15,1803. Nov. 1,1853. 

47. Mary, Jul. 20,1805. May 13,1889. " " 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25. 32, 39, 44. 

ELIJAH HATHAWAY, m. in Burton, Ohio, Sep. 28. 
1819, Rosannah, Babcock, b. Jan. 7, 1796. Mr. Hathaway 
was by occupation a farmer, and resided in Burton, Ohio. 

Mr. Elijah Hathaway, d. Mch. 13, 1858. 

Mrs. Rosannah Hathaway, d. Apr. 16, 1865. 

CHILD. 

48. Polly, b. Jun. 16, 1820. d. Mch. 16,1864. Burton, Ohio. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 45. 

RIDINQTON HATHAWAY, m. in Pompey, N. Y. 

, 1833, Eliza Bennett, b. „_, 1814, she d. Jul. __, 

1847. He m. in Claridon, Ohio, Jul. 6, 1848, Almira, b. 
Dec. 13, 1810, dau, of Timothy and Polly Andrews. Mr. 
Hathaway resided on a farm in East Claridon, Ohio. 

Mr. Ridington Hathaway, d. Jan. 25, i860. 

Mrs. Almira Hathaway, d. Feb. 6, 1884. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

49. Lucy C, b. Aug. 13,1835. Huntsburg, Ohio. 

50. Ester C, Jul. 7, 1837. d. ,i8__ 

51. Rachel, Jan. 24,1839. Feb. 5,1843. Claridon, " 

52. May E, Aug. 7,1842. Jan. 30,1843. 

53. Melissa A. May 29, 1844. 

54. Edmund, Jul. 4, 1846. Sep. 4, 1851. 



(( ti 

.1 ii 



I, 2, 3, 10, 25. 32, 39, 46. 

WANTON HATHAWAY, m. in Pompey, N, Y. Jun. 

1826, Anna, b. .-, 1804, dau. of John and Prudence 

( ) Houghtalino;. Resided in East Claridon, Ohio. 

Occupation, a farmer and dealer in live stock'. A man of 
sterling integrity and respected by all. 

Mr. Wanton Hathaway, d. Nov. i, 1853. 

Mrs. Anna Hathaway, d. Aug. 2, 1873. 

*On tomb-stone in East Claridon, Ohio. — Ridington. 
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CHILDREN. 


55. 


Henrietta, b. 


Jun. 


2, 1827. d. Jun. 30, 1897. E. Claridon, O. 


56. 


John Clothier, 


Apr. 


6,1831. 


57. 


Gilbert Borden, 


Mch. 


19,1838. 


58. 


Charles S , 


Mch. 


10, 1839. 


59- 


William Henry, 


Dec. 


6, 1841. Aug. 28, 1880. 



I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 47. 

MARY HATHAWAY, m. in East Claridon, Ohio, Apr. 
14, 1831, Robert, b. Jun, 6, 1810, son of Shedrick andTam- 
mia (Ames) Bosley. They resided on a farm one-fourth 
mile south of East Claridon, O. where Mrs. Mary Bosley d. 
May 13, 1889. 







CHILDREN. 




60. 


Thomas, 


b. May 6, 1835. 


East Clarid 


61. 


Laura Lucretia 


Jan. 17, 1839. 


u n 


62. 


Polly Ann, 


Aug. 6, 1840. 


<( li 


63. 


Emily, 


Jun. 30, 1844. 


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I, 2, 3,10, 25, 32, 39, 44, 48. 

POLLY HATHAWAY, m. in Hamden, Ohio, Jul. 4, 
1838, Reuben, b. Dec. 2, 1806, son of Samuel and Olive 
(Narmour) Orcutt. Resided in Hamden, Ohio, his occupa- 
tion was a carpenter by trade. Their son Newel E. was a 
member of the 9th Ohio Battery, and was killed by guer- 
rillas, at Mulberry, Lincoln Co., Tenn. Dec. 24, 1863. 

Mr. Reuben Orcutt, d. Jan. 4, 1884, 

Mrs Polly Orcutt, d. Mch. 16, 1864. 

CHILDREN. 

64. Newel E, b. 

65. Lovisa, 1 

66. Louisa, J 

67. Gilberts, 

68. Pauline R, 

69. Millie J, 

70. Abigail, 

LUCY C. HATHAWAY, m. in Claridon, Ohio, Mch. 13, 

1861, Edward, b. __, i8_.. son of and 

( ) Raymond. They removed to East Atlanta, 

Ga. where they now reside. 

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Sep. 27. 1840. d. Dec. 24, 1863. 


Hamden, Ohio, 


Twins, 




Apr. 7, 1843. 


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Apr. 27, 1845. 


(( u 


Aug. 1, 1848. 


U (< 


Jul. 15, 1852. Mch. 8, 1880. 


.1 n 


May 16, 1854 Jun. 18, 1863. 


Burton, " 


[, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 45, 49. 





CHILD. 

71. Nettie L. b. May .-. 1864. , Ohio. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 45, 53. 

MELISSA A. HATHAWAY, m. in Claridon, O. May 
29, 1861, Almon B. b. Feb. 13, 1841, son of John and Phi- 
lena ( ) Knapp. Mr. Knapp is one of the progres- 
sive farmers of that section, living on a fine farm about one 
mile south of East Claridon, O. 

CHILDREN. 

72. Hattie M. b. Aug. 28, 1862. East Claridon, Ohio. 

73. Willie A Aug. 6, 1864. 

74. Alice L. Nov. 24, 1866. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 46, 55. 
HENRIETTA HATHAWAY, m. in East Claridon, Ohio, 

Dec. 24, 1845, Warr'^n, b. Aug. 25, 1823, son of 

and ( ) Heaton. They resided in Ohio 

until i8_ -, when they removed to California. Mrs. Henri- 
etta Heaton, d. Jun. 30, 1897, in Oakland, Cal. 

CHILDREN. 

75. Charles Adolpl.us, b. Mch. 7, 1847. d. Feb. 6, 1892. E. Claridon, O. 

76. Cordelia, Jun. 14, 1852. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 46, 56. 

JOHN CLOTHIER HATHAWAY, m. in East Claridon, 
Ohio, Oct. 30, 1855, Adeline L. b. Nov. 5, 1836, dau. of 
Baldwin and Jerusha (Whitney) . Potter. Mr. Hathaway 
followed the occupation of farming, assisting his father in his 
business of farming and stock raising until 1852, when in 
company with his brother-in-law, Warren Heaton and others, 
he went to California and engaged in gold mining, until the 
death of his father summoned him home to assume charge of 
his estate. Aug. 6, 1862 he enlisted in Co. E, lo^th O.V.I, 
as ist sergt. His regiment was sent to the front and he par- 
ticipated in the battle of Perryville in the fall of 1862. After 
the battle, Mr. Hathaway was detailed to special work at 
hospital head-quarters, and ingathering up the government 
property scattered over the country, as the result of the bat- 
tle. He was discharged disabled, Jan. 11, 1863. At the 

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dose of the war, he became engaged as a traveling salesman 
in the implement business, was a number of years connected 
with the concern of D. M. Osborn & Co. in 1874 he re- 
moved to Cleveland, O. where he still owns property. Later 
on he became interested in the fertilizer trade, in which he 
is engaged at the present time. Mr. Hathaway still owns 
the old homestead and farm at East Claridon, O. 

CHILDREN. 

77. Warren Wanton, b. Oct. 25, 1856. East Claridon, Ohio 

78. Henrietta E, Oct. 9, 1858. 

79. Flora Bell, May 6, 1869. 

80. Maude, Apr. 15, 1877. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 46, 57. 

GILBERT BORDEN HATHAWAY, m. in Huntsburg, 
Ohio, Nov. 26, 1859, Betsey, b. Sep. 3, 1839, dau. of Wil- 
liam and Melinda (Barton) Carothers, she d. May 9, 1862. 
Mr. Hathaway m, in Huntsburg, O. Dec. 25, 1862, Maryett, 
b, Nov. 3, 1844, dau. of Eli and Lucinda (Stiles) Dixon, 
Mr. Hathaway enlisted Aug, i, 1862, in Co, E, 105th O.V.I. 
His regiment was sent to the front, and he was discharged, 
from hospital at Louisville, Ky. Nov. 28, 1862, by reason of 
surgeons certificate of disability, and drtiws pension on three 
disabilities received in service. He has held the office of 
marshal of Andover village, for eight years, where he re- 
mo\-ed in 1878. 

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE. 

81. Clara Cordelia, b. Oct. 5, i860. E.CIaridon,0. 

82. Wanton Carothers, Apr. 12, 1862. d. Feb. 14,1879. " 

CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE. 

83. Ida Mary, b. May i, 1865. d. Feb. 18, 1898. E. Claridon, O, 

84. Jennie Diadate, Oct. i, 1868. 

85. Anna Lucinda, Aug. i, 1876. Huntsburg, Ohio. 

86. Claude Jessie. May 5, 1884. Andover, 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 46, 58. 

CHARLES S HATHAWAY, m. in Huntsburg,' 

Ohio, Jan. i, i85i, Adaline L, b. Feb. 11, 1842, dau. of 
William and Melinda (Barton) Carothers. They lived on a 
farm two miles north of East Claridon, O. until i8__ when 
they removed to Chester, (Mulberry Corners, P.O.) O^ 

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where they now live and is engaged in farming and fruit 
growing. 

CHILDREN. 

87. Harry W, b. Sep. 2, 1862. East Claridon, Ohio. 

88. Bertha B, Dec. 14, 1872. " " " 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 46, 59. 

WILLIAM HENRY HATHAWAY, m. in East Claridon, 
Ohio, Aug. 26, 1862, Laura L. h. Aug. 18, 1842, dau. of 

William and Rhoda ( ) Carver. Mr. Hathaway 

was a successful blacksmith at East Claridon, Ohio. Being 
a staunch Republican he received in June 1880, the nomina- 
tion for sheriff of Geauga Co. which was as good as an elec- 
tion in this county, Aug. 28th, before election, he was in- 
stantly killed while assisting in raising a Garfield Pole, a 
chain broke letting the pole fall,striking Mr. Hathawa\' upon 
the head. 

CHILD. 

89. Perry Elmer, b. Sep. 5, 1863. East Claridon, Ohio. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 47, 61. 

LAURA LUCRETIA BOSLEY, m. in Huntsburg, Ohio, 
Sep. 18, 1859, Norton T. b. Aug. 20, 1838, son of Samuel 
and Ruth (Stone) Russell. Resideu in East Claridon, Ohio. 
Was a farmer. Mr. Russell d. Jun. 21, 1898. 

CHILDREN. 

90. Lillie, b.Oct. 27, 1863. d. , 186-. E. Claridon, O. 

91. Nettie, Jun. 14, 1865. " 

92. Robert Bartlet, Jul. 21,1867. " 

93. Nellie May, Mch. 9. 1869. " 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 47, 63. 

POLLY ANN BOSLEY, m. in Middlefield, Ohio, Sep. 
5, 1858, Benjamin F. b. Mch. 16, 1832, son of William and 

Lucinda ( ) Thompson. They was in a hotel in 

Warren, Ohio, several years, then removed to his farm in 
East Claridon, O. in 1881. He was appointed in 1888, sup- 
erintendent of the infirmary in Geauga Co. where he has by 
his ability, proven the wisdom of the selection. 

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CHILDREN. 

94. Robert W, b. Sep. 8, 1863. .Vliddlefield, Ohio. 

95. Miss, Charlie B, Dec. 7, 1880. Warren, " 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 44, 48, 65. 
LOVISA ORCUTT, m. in Burton, Ohio, Oct. 18, 1864, 
Horace L. b. Aug. 17, 1841, son of Willard and Harriet 
(Merriman) Hale. They reside on a fine farm, situated 
about two miles from Burton, O. where Mr. Hale has made 
a success in breeding short-horn cattle. Mr. Hale has been 
for several years one of the officers of Geauga, Co. Agricul- 
tural Society. 

CHILD. 

96. William, b. Mch. 31, 1870. Burton, Ohio. 

1,2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 44, 48, 66. 

LOUISA ORCUTT, m. in Claridon, Ohio, Dec. 13, 1866, 
Joel M. b. Aug. 25, 1844, son of Willard and Harriet (Merri- 
man) Hale. Mr. Hale owns a fine farm joining his brother 
Horace farm, where his friends are always welcome, and en- 
joy themselves in roaming over his well tilled acres, admir- 
ing his fine herd of short-horns 

CHILDREN. 

97. Pearlie H, b. Dec. 30, 1867. d. Feb. 22, 1878. Burton, Ohio. 

98. Clare J, i Twins 

99. Clide C, / Apr. 13,1879. Apr. 13,1879. " " 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 44, 48, 67. 

GILBERT S. ORCUTT, m. in Janesville, Wis. Jan. i, 
1874, Rosetta A. b. Jan. 22, 1852, dau. of James and Aurelia 
(Clark) Crosby. They reside in Campbell, Neb. Mr. Or- 
cutt is by occupation a carpenter. 

CHILDREN. 

100. Raymond G, b. Dec. 31, 1877. Grand Haven. Mich, 
loi. Mildred R, Nov. 9,1881. Rock Prairie, Wis. 

102. Lelie B, Aug. 17, 1884. " " " 

103. Perlie, May 22, 1886. d. Sep. 14,1886. Gorden, Kan. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 44, 48, 68. 

PAULINE R. ORCUTT, m. in Burton, Ohio, May i, 
1873, William S, b. Feb. 27, 1847, son of Alex and Martha 

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(Cummings) Williams. They reside in Burton, Ohio, 
where Mr. Williams makes a specialty in brick and stone 
work. 

*CH1LD. 

104. Grace S, b. Oct. 7, 1878. , 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 45, 53, -jl. 

HATTIE M. KNAPP, m. in East CLiridon, Ohio, Oct. 
8, 1891, Howard T. b. Oct. 12, 1861, son of Minot and Har- 
riet (Allen) Allen. Reside on a farm in Claridon, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

105. Stewart F, b. Jan. 21, 1895. Ciand(»n, Ohio. 

106. Will A, Aug. 4, 1898. d. Jan. 23, 1899. 

1,2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 45, 53, 73. 

WILLIE A. KNAPP, m. in Painesville, Ohio, Jul. 4, 

1890, Mildred, b. Aug. 26, 1869, dau. of Charlie and Lettie 
(Johnson) Armstrong. Mr. Knapp is at the present time 
extensively engaged in farming, and milk business about one 
and one-half miles from Painesville village. 

CHILDREN. 

107. Lettie, b. Apr. 25, 1892. Painesville Ohio. 

108. Kiara, Apr. 24, 1897. " " 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 45, 53, 74- 

ALICE L. KNAPP, m. in East Claridon, Ohio, Nov. 18, 

1891, Fred W. b. Jan. i, 1866, son of Benjamin and Mar- 
garet ( ) Pierce. They reside up(Mi the homestead 

with her patents. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39,46, 56, TT. 

WARREN WANTON HATHAWAY, m. in East Clari- 
don, Ohio. Oct. 20, 1880, Martha C. Lukens, (No. 61 in 
Chace record.) Mr. Hathaway resided in East Claridon, O. 
until 17 years of age, with the exception of two years spent 
in school in Chardon, O. Went to Cleveland. O. in 1873 
and was emplo)ed in the implement business until 1885. 
Was for several years manager of the house of which he was 
connected. In 1885 became engaged in the fertilizer busi- 
ness, founding the compan)' known as "The Western Union 

*N()t their own. 

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W. W. HATHAWAY,— Page 36. 



Chemical Co." of Cleveland, Ohio. Afterwards beacme 
engaged in the same line of business at Pittsburg, Pa. where 
he remained for four years, then returned to Cleveland, O. 
and again took the management of "The W. U. C. Co." 
where he is still engaged (1900). He has been very much 
interested in secret societies, having obtained the grade of 
32nd degree, A.A.S. R. and having been Eminent Com- 
mander of Oriental Commandery, Cleveland, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

109. Theodore Lukens, b. Apr. 19, 1882. Cleveland, Ohio, 

no. Ethel, Apr. 27, 1884. " 

111. James Warren, Nov. 12, 1888. E Claridon, " 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 46, 56, 78. 
HENRIETTA E. HATHAWAY, m. in Cleveland, Ohio, 
Jul. 10, 1885, John W. b. Oct. 14, 18153, son of John and 
Sarah (Davis) Rains. Mr. Rains was employed by the Erie 
Ry' Co. and while passing through the shops of the company, 
Jan. 19, 1887, was struck by a board thrown from a sawing 
machine, and died from the injury. 

CHILDREN. 

112. George W, b. Apr. 14,1886. (Cleveland, Ohio. 

113. John W, Mch.io, 1887. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 46, 56, 79. 
FLORA BELL HATHAWAY, m. in East Claridon, O. 
Oct. 21, 1891, Lectrus N. b. Aug. 7, 1862, son of John and 
Phebe (Newell) Grosvenor. Mr. Grosvenor is one of the 
successful young farmers' of Claridon, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

114. Ruth, b. Jul. 24, 1892. Claridon, Ohio. 

115. Ralph C, May i, 1895. " " 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39^46, 57, 81. 
CLARA CORDELIA HATHAWAY, m. in Burton, Ohio, 
Apr. 7, 1884, Frank, b. Apr. 7, 1855, son of Joseph and 
Janette (Rodgers) Hinkston. Mr. Hinkston has been a suc- 
cessful dealer in live-stock, in Burton, Geauga Co. Ohio. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 46, 58, 87. 

HARRY W. HATHAWAY, m. in , Ohio, Sep. 

21, 1883, Ella H. b. , __, 18--, dau. of and 

( ) Alderman. 

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CHILDREN. 

ii6. AddieB, b. Feb. 18, 1885. 

117. Mary M, Mch. 18, 1887. 

118. Rosa M, Aug. 28, 1890. 

119. Forest J, Sep. 28, 1892. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 46, 58, 88. 

BERTHA B. HATHAWAY, m. in ,Ohio, Dec. 

13, 1893, William, b. , __, 18--, son of and 

( ) Cottrell, Reside in Chester, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

120. Sanford C, b. Jun. 12, 1895. " Chester, Ohio. 

121. Kenneth, Jul. 23, 1897. " 

122. , Oct. I, 1899. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 46, 59, 89. 
PERRY ELMER HATHAWAY, m. in Cleveland, O. 
Jun. 17, 1891, Hattie, b. Mch. 27, 1869, dau, of C F. and 
Ellen (Kirsch) Boest, Mr. Hathaway enlisted in the loth 
Reg. O. V. I. on Jun. 25, 1898, as ist sergt. of Co. C. under 
Capt. Henry Frazee, of Cleveland, O. Promoted Jul. 7, 
1898, to 2nd Lieut, again promoted Oct. 18, 1898 to regimen- 
tal commissary under command of Colonel H. A. Axline, of 
Columbus, Ohio. Mustered out of the U. S. service on Mch. 
23, 1899, at Augusta, Ga. 

CHILDREN. 

123. Shirley P, b. Nov. 11,1892. d. Oct. 14, 1894. Cleveland, Ohio. 

124. Virginia, Mch. 18, 1896. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 47, 61, 91. 

NETTIE RUSSELL, m. Sep. 26, 1880, W. J. King, she 
received a divorce in 1884; she then m. in East Claridon, O. 
Oct. 3, 1886, John R. b. Mch. 18, 1863, son of Daniel and 
Marilla (Whitney) Tucker. They reside in Munson, Ohio, 

CHILDREN. 

125. Earl Arnold, b. Jul. 25, 1887. East Claridon. Ohio, 

126. Laura, Aug. 12, 1899. Munson, 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 47, 61, 92. 

ROBERT BARTLET RUSSELL, m. in Chardon. Ohio, 
Oct. 31, 1891, Lida May, b. Apr. 18, 1868, dau. of William 

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and Lynn (Osborn) Howard. They reside on a farm in 
Bainbridge, Ohio. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32. 39, 47, 62, 94. 

ROBERT W. THOMPSON, m. in Hamden, Ohio, Sep. 
5, 1886, Hattie, b. Oct. 2, 1865, dau. of William and Mary 
(Edsall) Beardsley, They reside upon his father's farm 
south of East Claridon, Ohio. 

I, 2, 3, 10, 25, 32, 39, 44, 48, 65, 96. 

WILLIAM HALE, m, in Burton, Ohio, Jan. i, 1896, 
Estella, b. Jul. 22, 1874, dau. of Byron and Julia (Sprague) 
Canfield. Reside in Burton, O. where Mr. Hale is engaged 
in a general store. 




IINDBX. 



Abel, II 
Adams, 26 
Alderman, 37 
Alexander, 25 
Allen, 36 
Ames, 31 
Amidon, 18 
Andrews, 30 
Appleby, 22 
Archer, 21 

Armstrong, 10, 11, 17, 
18, 19, 36 
Axline, 38 

Babbitt, 29 
Babcock, 30 
Bachilor, 5 
Barber, 10 
Barton, 33 
Baxer, 26 
Beardsley, 39 
Bennett, 30 
Boest, 38 
Borden, 29 
Bosley, 31, 34 
Boutell, 19 
Bowen, 21 
Bower, 17 
Brady, 12 
Brewer, 25 
Briggs, 8 
Brougliton, 25 
Bundy, 10 
Burt, 28 
Butts, 24 



Campbell, 24 
Canfield, 39 
Carothers, 33 
Carver, 34 
Case, 15, 16 
Chace, 3 7-24, 28 
Chase, 3, 5, 7, 8 
Childs, 22 
Christ, 17 
Clark, 18, 35 
Cleveland, 8 
Clifton, 24 
Clodfelter, 25 
Closson, 16 
Cone, 18, 25 
Cooley. 23 
Cottrell, 38 
Cramblet, 26 
Crosby, 35 
Cummings, 36 

Darbey ,6 

Darnell, 7 

Davis, 8, 25, 28, 37 
Deming, 17 
Dennis, 6 
Densmore 18, 25, 
Dixon, 33 
Dow, 10, II 
Dunham, 7 

Eardeley, 3, 9 
Edsell, 39 

Ensign, 10, 16, 17, 18, 
24, 25 



Fay, 24 
Foster, 17 
Frazee, 38 
Frost, 20 

Garfield, 10 
Gates, 10, 13 
Gleason, 14 
Gleson, 19 
Goldie, 20 
Grinnell, 7 
Grosvenor, 37 

Hale, 15, 23, 24, 35, 39 
Hall, 14 
Harmon, 25 
Hartman 20 
Harrington, 23 
Harrison, 10 
Haskins, 28 
Hastings, 25 
Hasselwander, 25 
Hathaway,3,7, 1 1,27-39 
Havvkens, 18 
Heaton, 32 
Hemmenway, 24 
Hickson, 14 
Hinkston, 37 
Hoag, 24 
Hoar, 6 
Hoon, 21 
Hoover, 23 
Hopkins, 23 
Hou.^htaling., 30 
Howard, 39 



Caldwell, 18 



Fields, 25 



Jew, 28, 29 



Johnson, 9, 36 
Jones, 15 

Keeley, 20 
Keene, 8 
Kidder, 9, 16 
Kile, 18, 25, 26 
King, 38 
Kinney, [o, 22 
Kirsch, 38 
Knapp, 32, 36 

Ladd, 10 
Lawrence, 15 
Lukens, 1 1, 36 

Makepeace, 7, 28 
Maxfield, 28 
Maxon, 8 
Merriman, 15, 35 
Merwin, 26 
Miller, 21 
Moore, 19 
McCalniot, 23 
McCluug, 25 
Mcintosh, 24 
McLean, 12 
McLeod,2i 
McMary, 21 

Narmour, 31 
Newell, 37 



Newton, 26 

Odding, 6 
Orcutt, 31, 35 
Osborn, 33, 39 

Pain, 8 
Palmer, 6 
Perkins, 29 
Phillips, 27 
Pierce, 6, 36 
Pira, 20 
Pitts, 27 
Potter, 32 
Presby, 28 

Rains, 37 
Raymond, 31 
Read, 8 
Ridley, 20 
Robinson, 23 
Rogers, 37 
Russell, 34, 38 

Schuee, 17 
Sherman, 6 
Sigworth, 21 
Simmons, 7, 8, 28 
Smith, 15, 23, 26 
Soule, 8 
Sprague, 39 
Starkey, 13 



Stebbins, 23 
Stiles, 33 
Stockwell, 23 
Stone, 34 
Strange, 28 

Talbot, 27 
Taylor, 6, 16, 29 
Thompson, 34, 39 
Tilden, 26 
Tucker, 38 

Vail, 15 

Wachob, 21 
Warren 26, 28 
Waters, 19, 26 
Way, 24 
Webster, 25 
Welch, 24 
West, 26 
Westfall,2i 
White, 6, 8 
Whitney, 32, 38 
Wilber, 27 
Williams, 36 
Wilmot, 16 
Wilson, 22 
Winslow, 28 
Winthrop, 5 
Wrightington, 29 



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