Peter "Samuel" Goad1

Last Edited19 Nov 2019
M, b. 9 August 1865, d. 23 August 1911
FatherPeter Samuel Blackburn Goad2 b. 6 Jun 1837, d. 11 Mar 1888
MotherAmerica Independence Lacy3 b. 26 Jan 1840, d. 9 Jan 1912
Birth*9 August 1865Peter "Samuel" Goad was born on 9 August 1865; Find-a-Grave# 348 145 17.1
Death*23 August 1911He died on 23 August 1911 at Colorado Springs, El Paso, CO, USA, at age 46; Find-a-Grave# 348 145 17. He was 46 years old.1
Burial*after 23 August 1911He was buried after 23 August 1911 at Evergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs, El Paso, CO, USA; Find-a-Grave# 348 145 17. He was 46 years old.1

Family

Child

Peter Samuel Blackburn Goad1

Last Edited19 Nov 2019
M, b. 6 June 1837, d. 11 March 1888
Note*Peter Samuel Blackburn Goad Lots more for these people.
Birth*6 June 1837He was born on 6 June 1837; Find-a-Grave# 152 012 119.1
Marriage*13 September 1859He married America Independence Lacy on 13 September 1859 at Hopkins, KY, USA; Wife of Peter Samuel Blackburn Goad. Married Sept 13, 1859 in Hopkins Co., Kentucky. Headstone photo taken by Pat Holland.

Daughter Alice A. Bussert is buried at Golden Cemetery in Golden, Colorado. Find a Grave # 57704860.2
Death*11 March 1888Peter Samuel Blackburn Goad died on 11 March 1888 at age 50; Find-a-Grave# 152 012 119. He was 50 years old.1
Burial*after 11 March 1888He was buried after 11 March 1888 at Concord Cemetery #1, Hopkins, KY, USA; Find-a-Grave# 152 012 119. He was 50 years old.1

Family

America Independence Lacy b. 26 Jan 1840, d. 9 Jan 1912
Child

America Independence Lacy1

Last Edited19 Nov 2019
F, b. 26 January 1840, d. 9 January 1912
Note*America Independence Lacy Lots more for these people.
Birth*26 January 1840She was born on 26 January 1840 at Hopkins, KY, USA; Find-a-Grave# 114 108 27.1
Marriage*13 September 1859She married Peter Samuel Blackburn Goad on 13 September 1859 at Hopkins, KY, USA; Wife of Peter Samuel Blackburn Goad. Married Sept 13, 1859 in Hopkins Co., Kentucky. Headstone photo taken by Pat Holland.

Daughter Alice A. Bussert is buried at Golden Cemetery in Golden, Colorado. Find a Grave # 57704860.1
Death*9 January 1912America Independence Lacy died on 9 January 1912 at Denver, Denver, CO, USA, at age 71; Find-a-Grave# 114 108 27. She was 71 years old.

Wife of Peter Samuel Blackburn Goad. Married Sept 13, 1859 in Hopkins Co., Kentucky. Headstone photo taken by Pat Holland.

Daughter Alice A. Bussert is buried at Golden Cemetery in Golden, Colorado. Find a Grave # 57704860.1
Burial*after 9 January 1912She was buried after 9 January 1912 at Crown Hill Cemetery, plot Section 11, Block 26, Lot 193, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson, CO, USA; Find-a-Grave# 114 108 27. She was 71 years old.

Wife of Peter Samuel Blackburn Goad. Married Sept 13, 1859 in Hopkins Co., Kentucky. Headstone photo taken by Pat Holland.

Daughter Alice A. Bussert is buried at Golden Cemetery in Golden, Colorado. Find a Grave # 57704860.1

Family

Peter Samuel Blackburn Goad b. 6 Jun 1837, d. 11 Mar 1888
Child

Charles Frank Cole1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 3 November 1853, d. 16 July 1920
Marriage*Charles Frank Cole married Elizabeth Waite Merritt, daughter of Thomas Merritt and Elizabeth W Jewett.2
Birth*3 November 1853Charles Frank Cole was born on 3 November 1853 at Wellfleet, Barnstable, MA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 226 786 24.1
Death*16 July 1920He died on 16 July 1920 at Albion, Whitman, WA, USA, at age 66; Find-a-Grave# 226 786 24. He was 66 years old.1
Burial*after 16 July 1920He was buried after 16 July 1920 at Moscow Cemetery, Moscow, Latah, ID, USA; Find-a-Grave# 226 786 24. He was 66 years old.1

Family

Elizabeth Waite Merritt b. 5 Nov 1851, d. 13 Mar 1911
Children

Elizabeth Waite Merritt1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
F, b. 5 November 1851, d. 13 March 1911
FatherThomas Merritt2 b. 1 Sep 1787, d. 15 Nov 1870
MotherElizabeth W Jewett3 b. 16 Mar 1817, d. 12 Nov 1851
Marriage*Elizabeth Waite Merritt married Charles Frank Cole.1
Birth*5 November 1851Elizabeth Waite Merritt was born on 5 November 1851 at Tidioute, Warren, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 226 786 17.1
Death*13 March 1911She died on 13 March 1911 at Moscow, Latah, ID, USA, at age 59; Find-a-Grave# 226 786 17. She was 59 years old.1
Burial*after 13 March 1911She was buried after 13 March 1911 at Moscow Cemetery, Moscow, Latah, ID, USA; Find-a-Grave# 226 786 17. She was 59 years old.1

Family

Charles Frank Cole b. 3 Nov 1853, d. 16 Jul 1920
Children

Thomas Merritt1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 1 September 1787, d. 15 November 1870
Marriage*Thomas Merritt married Elizabeth W Jewett.2
Birth*1 September 1787Thomas Merritt was born on 1 September 1787 at CT, USA; Find-a-Grave# 367 194 30.1
Death*15 November 1870He died on 15 November 1870 at New Hampton, Chikasaw, IA, USA, at age 83; Find-a-Grave# 367 194 30. He was 83 years old.1
Burial*after 15 November 1870He was buried after 15 November 1870 at New Hampton Cemetery, plot lot 103, New Hampton, Chikasaw, IA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 367 194 30. He was 83 years old.1

Family

Elizabeth W Jewett b. 16 Mar 1817, d. 12 Nov 1851
Children

Elizabeth W Jewett1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
F, b. 16 March 1817, d. 12 November 1851
Marriage*Elizabeth W Jewett married Thomas Merritt.1
Birth*16 March 1817Elizabeth W Jewett was born on 16 March 1817 at MA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 106 699 507.1
Death*12 November 1851She died on 12 November 1851 at Warren, PA, USA, at age 34; Find-a-Grave# 106 699 507. She was 34 years old.1
Burial*after 12 November 1851She was buried after 12 November 1851 at Jewett Cemetery, Triumph, Warren, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 106 699 507. She was 34 years old.1

Family

Thomas Merritt b. 1 Sep 1787, d. 15 Nov 1870
Children

Dexter Delano Merritt1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 10 June 1848, d. 6 April 1927
FatherThomas Merritt1 b. 1 Sep 1787, d. 15 Nov 1870
MotherElizabeth W Jewett1 b. 16 Mar 1817, d. 12 Nov 1851
Marriage*?Dexter Delano Merritt married Jennie Deland in ?2
Birth*10 June 1848Dexter Delano Merritt was born on 10 June 1848 at Warren, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 222 199 77.1
Death*6 April 1927He died on 6 April 1927 at Latah, ID, USA, at age 78; Find-a-Grave# 222 199 77. He was 78 years old.1
Burial*after 6 April 1927He was buried after 6 April 1927 at Moscow Cemetery, Moscow, Latah, ID, USA; Find-a-Grave# 222 199 77. He was 78 years old.1

Family

Jennie Deland b. 1857, d. 8 Mar 1908

Jennie Deland1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
F, b. 1857, d. 8 March 1908
Marriage*?Jennie Deland married Dexter Delano Merritt, son of Thomas Merritt and Elizabeth W Jewett, in ?1
Birth*1857Jennie Deland was born in 1857; Find-a-Grave# 123 456 094.1
Death*8 March 1908She died on 8 March 1908 at Chautauqua, NY, USA; Find-a-Grave# 123 456 094. She was 50-51 years old.1
Burial*after 8 March 1908She was buried after 8 March 1908 at Sheridan Cemetery, Sheridan, Chautauqua, NY, USA; Find-a-Grave# 123 456 094. She was 50-51 years old.1

Family

Dexter Delano Merritt b. 10 Jun 1848, d. 6 Apr 1927

Pvt Barton Merritt1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 5 August 1844, d. 17 December 1863
FatherThomas Merritt1 b. 1 Sep 1787, d. 15 Nov 1870
MotherElizabeth W Jewett1 b. 16 Mar 1817, d. 12 Nov 1851
Birth*5 August 1844Pvt Barton Merritt was born on 5 August 1844 at Hanover Center, Chautauqua, NY, USA; Find-a-Grave# 179 274 92.1
Military-Begin*6 August 1862He began military service on 6 August 1862 at Hanover, NY, USA, Find-a-Grave# 179 274 92. He was 19 years old.


Barton Merritt

Residence was not listed; 18 years old.
Enlisted on 8/6/1862 at Hanover, NY as a Private.
On 8/14/1862 he mustered into "C" Co. NY 112th Infantry
He died of disease on 12/19/1863 (Died from Fever)
Son of Thomas Merritt and Elizabeth Jewett.1
Note*14 August 1862He Find-a-Grave# 179 274 92. He was 19 years old.


Barton Merritt

Residence was not listed; 18 years old.
Enlisted on 8/6/1862 at Hanover, NY as a Private.
On 8/14/1862 he mustered into "C" Co. NY 112th Infantry
He died of disease on 12/19/1863 (Died from Fever)
Son of Thomas Merritt and Elizabeth Jewett on 14 August 1862.1
Death*17 December 1863He died on 17 December 1863 at Charleston, SC, USA, at age 19; Find-a-Grave# 179 274 92. He was 19 years old.


Barton Merritt

Residence was not listed; 18 years old.
Enlisted on 8/6/1862 at Hanover, NY as a Private.
On 8/14/1862 he mustered into "C" Co. NY 112th Infantry
He died of disease on 12/19/1863 (Died from Fever)
Son of Thomas Merritt and Elizabeth Jewett.1
Burial*after 17 December 1863He was buried after 17 December 1863 at Beaufort National Cemetery, Beaufort, Beaufort, SC, USA; Find-a-Grave# 179 274 92. He was 19 years old.1

Sarah Merritt1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
F, b. 26 June 1840, d. 1903
FatherThomas Merritt1 b. 1 Sep 1787, d. 15 Nov 1870
MotherElizabeth W Jewett1 b. 16 Mar 1817, d. 12 Nov 1851
Marriage*?Sarah Merritt married Gates Manross Hunter in ?2
Birth*26 June 1840Sarah Merritt was born on 26 June 1840 at NY, USA; Find-a-Grave# 149 458 73.1
Burial*1903She was buried in 1903 at Cheney Cemetery, Enterprise, Warren, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 149 458 73. She was 62-63 years old.1
Death*1903She died in 1903 at Warren, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 149 458 73. She was 62-63 years old.1

Family

Gates Manross Hunter b. 25 Jul 1832, d. 28 Jun 1895
Children

Gates Manross Hunter1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 25 July 1832, d. 28 June 1895
Note*Gates Manross Hunter Find-a-Grave# 975 270 85. He was 62 years old. at More family info. here.1
Marriage*?He married Sarah Merritt, daughter of Thomas Merritt and Elizabeth W Jewett, in ?1
Birth*25 July 1832Gates Manross Hunter was born on 25 July 1832 at Warren, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 975 270 85.1
Death*28 June 1895He died on 28 June 1895 at Enterprise, Warren, PA, USA, at age 62; Find-a-Grave# 975 270 85. He was 62 years old.1
Burial*after 28 June 1895He was buried after 28 June 1895 at Cheney Cemetery, Enterprise, Warren, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 975 270 85. He was 62 years old.1

Family

Sarah Merritt b. 26 Jun 1840, d. 1903
Children

Asa Melvin Hunter1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 17 June 1856, d. 5 March 1928
FatherGates Manross Hunter1 b. 25 Jul 1832, d. 28 Jun 1895
MotherSarah Merritt1 b. 26 Jun 1840, d. 1903
Birth*17 June 1856Asa Melvin Hunter was born on 17 June 1856 at Warren, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 481 070 01.1
Death*5 March 1928He died on 5 March 1928 at Oil City, Venago, PA, USA, at age 71; Find-a-Grave# 481 070 01. he was 71 years old.

POSTMASTER OF PIGEON DIES OF HEART TROUBLE
A.M. Hunter, aged 79, Who had Also Been Mail Carrier, Dies in Oil City Hospital.
Special to the Herald.
PLEASANTVILLE, March 5, -A.M. Hunter, aged 71 years and 9 months, died in the Oil City hospital at 1:28 Monday morning, following a long illness of heart trouble.
Mr. Hunter was born in Southwest township, Warren county, on June 17, 1856, being the oldest son of the late Gates M. Hunter and Sarah Meritt Hunter.
He was married at Forestville, N.Y. on May 25, 1880, to Permelia S. Cooley of the place.
He was employed by the government in carrying mail between Tionesta and Kelletville for a number of years before moving to Pigeon, where he was postmaster at the time of his death. He was a member of the school board of Howe township and was a member of the Free Methodist church at Marienville. He was a kind and loving father and will be greatly missed by his family and friends.
He leaves his aged wife, one daughter, Mrs. Morris Bundy, one son, Lewis Hunter, and granddaughter, Florence Bundy: also one sister, Mrs. Willard Carson of Pleasantville, and three brothers, Francis M. Hunter and Harry G. Hunter of Union City, and Lincoln G. Hunter of Westfield, N.Y.
Funeral services in his memory will be held at the Pleasantville Free Methodist church on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. J.E. Kiffer officiating. Interment at the Cheney cemetery.1
Burial*after 5 March 1928He was buried after 5 March 1928 at Cheney Cemetery, Enterprise, Warren, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 481 070 01. he was 71 years old.1

Family

Child

Elma Florence Hunter1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
F, b. 21 October 1897, d. 24 November 1949
FatherAsa Melvin Hunter1 b. 17 Jun 1856, d. 5 Mar 1928
Note*Elma Florence Hunter Find-a-Grave# 177 134 58. She was 52 years old.

Husband: Morris Watson Bundy.
Dau: Florence Iva Bundy Smith.
Son: Melvin Ulysses Bundy
Son: Mendal Larue Bundy at More family information here.1
Birth*21 October 1897She was born on 21 October 1897; Find-a-Grave# 177 134 58.1
Death*24 November 1949She died on 24 November 1949 at age 52; Find-a-Grave# 177 134 58. She was 52 years old.1
Burial*after 24 November 1949She was buried after 24 November 1949 at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Penfield, Clearfield, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 177 134 58. She was 52 years old.1

Delbert Orlando Hunter1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 31 March 1858, d. 11 October 1886
FatherGates Manross Hunter1 b. 25 Jul 1832, d. 28 Jun 1895
MotherSarah Merritt1 b. 26 Jun 1840, d. 1903
Birth*31 March 1858Delbert Orlando Hunter was born on 31 March 1858; Find-a-Grave# 149 458 44.1
Death*11 October 1886He died on 11 October 1886 at age 28; Find-a-Grave# 149 458 44. He was 28 years old.1
Burial*after 11 October 1886He was buried after 11 October 1886 at Cheney Cemetery, Enterprise, Warren, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 149 458 44. He was 28 years old.1

Francis M Hunter1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 22 October 1859, d. 27 March 1949
FatherGates Manross Hunter1 b. 25 Jul 1832, d. 28 Jun 1895
MotherSarah Merritt1 b. 26 Jun 1840, d. 1903
Note*Francis M Hunter Find-a-Grave# 113 090 146. He was 89 years old.

Wife: Ida O Jones Hunter
Dau: Daisy Ethelinda Hunter
Son: Elmer William Hunter
Son: Paul L Hunter
at More family information.1
Birth*22 October 1859He was born on 22 October 1859 at Erie, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 113 090 146.1
Death*27 March 1949He died on 27 March 1949 at North Warren, Warren, PA, USA, at age 89; Find-a-Grave# 113 090 146. He was 89 years old.1
Burial*after 27 March 1949He was buried after 27 March 1949 at Evergreen Cemetery, plot-Section 9, Lot 58., Union City, Erie, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 113 090 146. He was 89 years old.1

Lincoln Ulysses Hunter1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 5 February 1865, d. 1929
FatherGates Manross Hunter1 b. 25 Jul 1832, d. 28 Jun 1895
MotherSarah Merritt1 b. 26 Jun 1840, d. 1903
Birth*5 February 1865Lincoln Ulysses Hunter was born on 5 February 1865 at Warren, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 359 839 25.
Doesn't show any wife or kids.

born in Warren Co PA in 1870 his family in census
Gates Hunter 37
Sarah Hunter 29
Asa Hunter 14
Delbert Hunter 12
Frances Hunter 10
Effie Hunter 8
Ada Hunter 6
Lincoln Hunter 5 ***
Melissa Hunter 2
in 1900 his father GATES is gone, widow Sarah his Mother and brother Harry b 1881 still in Warren Co PA Lincoln was unmarried in 1900
married to ALICE ATCHINSON in 1910 and 20
3 ch in 1920
William and ralph in 1910
another son Ernest ca 1912.1
Burial*1929He was buried in 1929 at East Ripley Cemetery, Ripley, Chautauqua, NY, USA; Find-a-Grave# 359 839 25. He was 63-64 years old.1
Death*1929He died in 1929; Find-a-Grave# 359 839 25. He was 63-64 years old.1

Harry Gates Hunter1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 9 July 1881, d. 29 March 1965
FatherGates Manross Hunter1 b. 25 Jul 1832, d. 28 Jun 1895
MotherSarah Merritt1 b. 26 Jun 1840, d. 1903
Note*Harry Gates Hunter Find-a-Grave# 829 909 58. He was 83 years old.

Wife: Calla Smith Hunter
Dau: Joyce Irene Hunter Mourer
Son: Delbert Arnold Hunter
Son: Vernon LaRue Hunter
Dau: Leora Yvonne Hunter at more family information.1
Birth*9 July 1881He was born on 9 July 1881 at Diamond, Venango, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 829 909 58.1
Death*29 March 1965He died on 29 March 1965 at Youngsville, Warren, PA, USA, at age 83; Find-a-Grave# 829 909 58. He was 83 years old.

The son of Gates Manross Hunter
and Sarah Merritt;
husband of Calla Smith

"Harry Gates Hunter, 83, formerly of Warren, Spartansburg and Union City, died at his home in Youngsville Monday evening. He was born July 9, 1881, at Diamond, the son of Gates and Sarah Meritt Hunter. His wife, the former Calla Smith, died several years ago. Survivors include a son, Delbert Hunter of Albuquerque, NM; a daughter-in-law, Mrs Verne Hunter of Erie; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Glenn Funeral Home in Union City...Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery in Union City."
(Titusville Herald, Mar 31, 1965, p.5.)1
Burial*after 29 March 1965He was buried after 29 March 1965 at Evergreen Cemetery, Union City, Erie, PA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 829 909 58. He was 83 years old.1

Joseph E Corrin1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 30 October 1861, d. 5 November 1950
Note*Joseph E Corrin wives & kids at More family information.1
Marriage*He married Ida Clemintine Arnot.2
Birth*30 October 1861Joseph E Corrin was born on 30 October 1861 at Debuque, Dubuque, IA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 221 346 37.1
Death*5 November 1950He died on 5 November 1950 at Moscow, Latah, ID, USA, at age 89; Find-a-Grave# 221 346 37. He was 89 years old.1
Burial*after 5 November 1950He was buried after 5 November 1950 at Moscow Cemetery, Moscow, Latah, ID, USA; Find-a-Grave# 221 346 37. He was 89 years old.1

Family

Ida Clemintine Arnot b. 26 Dec 1868, d. 18 Nov 1927
Child

Ida Clemintine Arnot1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
F, b. 26 December 1868, d. 18 November 1927
Marriage*Ida Clemintine Arnot married Joseph E Corrin.1
Note*Ida Clemintine Arnot wives & kids at More family information.2
Birth*26 December 1868She was born on 26 December 1868 at Delphi, Carroll, IN, USA; Find-a-Grave# 221 346 56.1
Death*18 November 1927She died on 18 November 1927 at Troy, Latah, ID, USA, at age 58; Find-a-Grave# 221 346 56. She was 58 years old.1
Burial*after 18 November 1927She was buried after 18 November 1927 at Moscow Cemetery, Moscow, Latah, ID, USA; Find-a-Grave# 221 346 56. She was 58 years old.1

Family

Joseph E Corrin b. 30 Oct 1861, d. 5 Nov 1950
Child

Edna A Cole1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
F, b. 22 May 1891, d. 27 January 1987
FatherCharles Frank Cole1 b. 3 Nov 1853, d. 16 Jul 1920
MotherElizabeth Waite Merritt1 b. 5 Nov 1851, d. 13 Mar 1911
Birth*22 May 1891Edna A Cole was born on 22 May 1891 at Moscow, Latah, ID, USA; Find-a-Grave# 107 680 165.1
Marriage*13 April 1913She married Charles James Forsyth on 13 April 1913 at Spokane, Spokane, WA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 107 680 240. He was 71 years old.

Charles' parents are John Clayton Forsyth and Mary Amanda (Manda) Ross, from Ohio and Pennsylvania, respectively. His known siblings are Ora Otho, Isa Roy, Katherine Sarah, Archie Earl, Fairy Fern and John Harold Forsyth.

He married Edna A Cole, April 13, 1913 in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. Their known child is Loren Charles Forsyth.2
Death*27 January 1987Edna A Cole died on 27 January 1987 at Tacoma, Pierce, WA, USA, at age 95; Find-a-Grave# 107 680 165. She was 95 years old.1
Burial*after 27 January 1987She was buried after 27 January 1987 at Mountain View Memorial Park, Lakewood, Pierce, WA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 107 680 165. She was 95 years old.1

Family

Charles James Forsyth b. 7 Dec 1887, d. 25 Mar 1959
Child

Charles James Forsyth1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 7 December 1887, d. 25 March 1959
Birth*7 December 1887Charles James Forsyth was born on 7 December 1887 at Teegarden, Marshall, IN, USA; Find-a-Grave# 107 680 240.1
Marriage*13 April 1913He married Edna A Cole, daughter of Charles Frank Cole and Elizabeth Waite Merritt, on 13 April 1913 at Spokane, Spokane, WA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 107 680 240. He was 71 years old.

Charles' parents are John Clayton Forsyth and Mary Amanda (Manda) Ross, from Ohio and Pennsylvania, respectively. His known siblings are Ora Otho, Isa Roy, Katherine Sarah, Archie Earl, Fairy Fern and John Harold Forsyth.

He married Edna A Cole, April 13, 1913 in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. Their known child is Loren Charles Forsyth.1
Death*25 March 1959Charles James Forsyth died on 25 March 1959 at Tacoma, Pierce, WA, USA, at age 71; Find-a-Grave# 107 680 240. He was 71 years old.

Charles' parents are John Clayton Forsyth and Mary Amanda (Manda) Ross, from Ohio and Pennsylvania, respectively. His known siblings are Ora Otho, Isa Roy, Katherine Sarah, Archie Earl, Fairy Fern and John Harold Forsyth.

He married Edna A Cole, April 13, 1913 in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. Their known child is Loren Charles Forsyth.1
Burial*after 25 March 1959He was buried after 25 March 1959 at Mountain View Memorial Park, Lakewood, Pierce, WA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 107 680 240. He was 71 years old.1

Family

Edna A Cole b. 22 May 1891, d. 27 Jan 1987
Child

Loren Charles Forsyth1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 14 September 1920, d. 21 October 1976
FatherCharles James Forsyth1 b. 7 Dec 1887, d. 25 Mar 1959
MotherEdna A Cole1 b. 22 May 1891, d. 27 Jan 1987
Birth*14 September 1920Loren Charles Forsyth was born on 14 September 1920 at Tacoma, Pierce, WA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 107 636 243.1
Death*21 October 1976He died on 21 October 1976 at Tacoma, Pierce, WA, USA, at age 56; Find-a-Grave# 107 636 243. He was 56 years old.
Inscription:
FC 2 U S Navy
World War II

Loren's parents are Charles James Forsythe and Edna A Cole, from Indiana and Idaho, respectively. No known siblings.

No known marriage or issue.1
Burial*after 21 October 1976He was buried after 21 October 1976 at Mountain View Memorial Park, Lakewood, Pierce, WA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 107 636 243. He was 56 years old.1

Wilbur Jacob Smith1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 21 May 1868, d. 8 December 1918
FatherJohn William Smith from Dearborn, IN.1 b. 1836, d. 1894
MotherMary Jane Ewbank1 b. 1836, d. 1911
Marriage*Wilbur Jacob Smith married Orpha Idora (Dora) Mowrer, daughter of Edward Perry Mowrer and Lydia Ann Mendenhall.1
Birth*21 May 1868Wilbur Jacob Smith was born on 21 May 1868 at Guilford, Dearborn, IN, USA; Find-a-Grave# 368 488 54.1
Census1895He appeared on the census of 1895 at Lost Springs township, Marion, KS, USA; Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925:

WJ Smith, age 26, bornin IN.
Dora, age 23, born in IN but from IL.
Vern E., age 1 born in KS but from IL.2
Census*7 June 1900He appeared on the census of 7 June 1900 at Sup.Dist#4, Enum.Dist#86, Sheet#4 B, Lost Springs, Marion, KS, USA; 1900 United States Federal Census:::
Wilbert, head, born May-1868, age 32, in IN/IN/IN.
Orpha, Wife, age 28, born Nov-1871 in IN/IN/IN.
Verne, son, age 6 born in Dec-1893 in KS/IN/IN.
Maria, dau, age 3 born in Jun-1896 in KS/IN/IN.
Cecilie, dau, age 1 born in Jan 1899 in KS/IN/IN.3
Census19 April 1910He appeared on the census of 19 April 1910 at Sup.Dist#4, Enum.Dist#66, Sheet#13 A, Lost Springs township, Marion, KS, USA; 1910 United States Federal Census:::
Wilbert, head, age 41, born in IN/IN/IN.
Orpha, Wife, age 38, born in IN/IN/IN.
Verne, son, age 16 born in KS/IN/IN.
Maria, dau, age 13 born in KS/IN/IN.
Cecil, son, age 11 born in KS/IN/IN.
Zueletta, dau, age 7 born in KS/IN/IN.
Kirvin, son, age 3 born in KS/IN/IN.
Orville, son, age 1/12 born in Mar-1910, in KS/IN/IN.4
Census1915He appeared on the census of 1915 at Lost Springs township, Marion, KS, USA; Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925:

WJ Smith, age 46
Dora, age 44
Vern E., age 20
Marie, age 17
Sisel, age 15
Eleta, age 13
Kirvin, age 8
Berl, age 5
Edman, age 2.5
Death*8 December 1918He died on 8 December 1918 at Lost Springs, Mariona, KS, USA, at age 50; Find-a-Grave# 368 488 54. he was 50 years old.

Wilbur had one leg and walked with crutches for the rest of his life after the accident. Wilbur had to have his leg amputated by, "Ol Doc Lumus," because of a gunshot wound while working, in Lost Springs, for the Rail Road. Wilbur and some men were hunting jack rabbits from a pump car, against RR rules, and the gun dislodged and shot him in the leg. They bandaged it up but when he finally went to the Doc it had gangreneded and had to be amputated. They say that when Doc took the bandage off there was still jeans material in the wound and the day it was amputated, you could hear him scream clear on the other side of town. Wilbur then went into the insurance business in Lost Springs.
Doc Lumus had his practice, hospital, in his home. The top floor was the hospital while the living quarters and office were on the first floor. The home is still there at the corner of Crane and Berry across from the SW corner of the school. It is the nicest and most well kept house in Lost Springs.
In 1992 one of Wilbur’s niece’s, Viola Appelgate, told me that when she was a little girl she asked her Uncle Wilbur where his leg was, and with a twinkle in his eye he said, "I keep it under the bed and if you ask me again I'll go get it and hit you with it."
The Smith home is on Berry Ave. Start at the center of town (or at Al's Café) go South on Berry till you get to the RR tracks and it's the first house on the left after you cross the tracks. The veranda has been removed and it's been remodeled several times. Dora raised piglets and bought it for $600 from Sears & Robuck. It came by rail in numbered pieces and assembled on the site. It had 5 outside doors & a summer & winter kitchen.
Wilbur’s daughter-in-law, Jessie said that she liked her inlaws and that Wilbur had a very laid back, easy, disposition, which seems to be the characteristic of most if not all of the Smith men.

PARENTS: both from Dearborn In.
John William Smith (1836-1894)
Mary Jane Ewbank (1836-1911)

SPOUSE:
Orpha Idora (Dora) Mowrer Smith (1871-1037)

CHILDREN:
Verne Eldridge (Moody) Smith (1893-1961)
Marie Hazel Smith Belton (1896-198)
Cecil Elmo (Zeke) Smith (1899-1993)
Zueletta Bernice Smith Bond (1902-1978)
Kirvin Rupert Smith (1906-1966)
Burwell Perry William (Bub) Smith (1910-1991)
Esmond Verele Smith (1912-1937.)1
Burial*after 8 December 1918He was buried after 8 December 1918 at Lost Springs Cemetery, Lost Springs, Mariona, KS, USA; Find-a-Grave# 368 488 54. he was 50 years old.1

Family

Orpha Idora (Dora) Mowrer b. 12 Sep 1871, d. 28 Sep 1937
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] Find A Grave, online https://www.findagrave.com/, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/36848854/…
  2. [S21] State Census, unknown location, unknown record info, Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925:::
    https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/1088/ksv115_89-0286/…
  3. [S13] 1900 US Federal Census, https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7602/4120153_00626/…
  4. [S14] 1910 US Federal Censu, https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7884/…
  5. [S21] State Census, unknown location, unknown record info, Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925:::
    https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/1088/ks1915_142-0033/…
  6. [S10] Find A Grave, online https://www.findagrave.com/, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/65148717/dora-smith

John William Smith from Dearborn, IN.1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 1836, d. 1894
Burial*John William Smith from Dearborn, IN. was buried; x.1
Marriage*He married Mary Jane Ewbank.1
Birth*1836John William Smith from Dearborn, IN. was born in 1836.1
Death*1894He died in 1894.1

Family

Mary Jane Ewbank b. 1836, d. 1911
Child

Mary Jane Ewbank1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
F, b. 1836, d. 1911
Marriage*Mary Jane Ewbank married John William Smith from Dearborn, IN.1
Burial*Mary Jane Ewbank was buried; x.1
Birth*1836She was born in 1836.1
Death*1911She died in 1911.1

Family

John William Smith from Dearborn, IN. b. 1836, d. 1894
Child

Orpha Idora (Dora) Mowrer1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
F, b. 12 September 1871, d. 28 September 1937
FatherEdward Perry Mowrer2 b. 1832, d. 1887
MotherLydia Ann Mendenhall2 b. 1839, d. 1887
Note*Orpha Idora (Dora) Mowrer Dora was a sweet, kind, gentle, soft spoken person who treasured her family and loved children. She had 7 children of her own and as each one came she always said, "This one is even sweeter than the last one." Verne - Marie - Ceicil - Zuletta - Kervin - Burwell (Bub) - & Esmond. Dora was small and frail, and, Jessie, her daughter-in-law said, "She should have never had that many children." "She was so frail and not well but she spoiled everyone of them ie. If they didn't like the kind of potatoes they were having for dinner, she would cook 7 kinds so that each could have the kind they liked."
Her brothers and sister are: Ezra, - Thede, - Ove, - Em,- Frank, and other relations all lived near by and they were a very close supportive family all living in or near Lost Springs, Kansas. The Smith's also had a close church family and belonged to The Church of Christ where her brother Ezra was often the preacher and also kept the church records.
In about 1913 Dora decided that she needed a new house for her growing family, so she raised and sold piglets and made $600.00. This was enough to buy a 'Put it together' house from Sears and Roebuck. She ordered it from a catalog and it came on the railroad in numbered pieces. It had a summer and a winter kitchen, 5 outside doors, and a huge veranda that went the full length of the house. It's been remodeled some now, and the big veranda taken off, but it is still in Lost Springs and I have visited many times over the years.
Wilbur, Dora's husband, only had one leg that had been removed after a train accident when he was working for the rail road, he then sold insurance. After her Wilbur died, in 1918, and left her with 3 teenage sons to raise, she moved to Puyallup WA, in 1923, to be near her oldest son Vern E. Smith, (my grandfather)
She was sick a lot in her older years, and Jessie, her daughter-in-law, had her in her home in Puyallup and took care of her a lot. Jessie was very fond of her mother-in-law, and would refer to her as 'Mother Smith,' so as I grew up I felt that I had known her even though She had died 2 years before I was born.
I have a wonderful letter that her father wrote while he was in the Civil War to his (then) children Ezra and Theodore in 1864. It is so full of love, warmth, caring, and concern for his family. I knew when I read it where Dora got her sweet disposition.
This is a story that Mother (Jessie) told to me:
"When 'Mother Smith' (Dora) was living with me, one Saturday I said, you clean the living room and I'll clean the kitchen and we can get our work done fast so we can go up town. I finished the Kitchen, went into the living room and there sat Mother Smith in the middle of the living room mending Jo's little doll. I said your not done with your work.' She said, "This was more important."
To me that shouts volumes about the kind of person "Mother Smith" was. I wish I had been able to know her. We, as a family, put flowers on her grave every Memorial Day.
by JUDY CALHOUN BRESCH - 2015 at Biography.2
Marriage*She married Wilbur Jacob Smith, son of John William Smith from Dearborn, IN. and Mary Jane Ewbank.1
Birth*12 September 1871Orpha Idora (Dora) Mowrer was born on 12 September 1871 at IN, USA; Find-a-Grave# 651 487 17.1,2
Census1895She appeared on the census of 1895 at Lost Springs township, Marion, KS, USA; Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925:

WJ Smith, age 26, bornin IN.
Dora, age 23, born in IN but from IL.
Vern E., age 1 born in KS but from IL.3
Census*7 June 1900She appeared on the census of 7 June 1900 at Sup.Dist#4, Enum.Dist#86, Sheet#4 B, Lost Springs, Marion, KS, USA; 1900 United States Federal Census:::
Wilbert, head, born May-1868, age 32, in IN/IN/IN.
Orpha, Wife, age 28, born Nov-1871 in IN/IN/IN.
Verne, son, age 6 born in Dec-1893 in KS/IN/IN.
Maria, dau, age 3 born in Jun-1896 in KS/IN/IN.
Cecilie, dau, age 1 born in Jan 1899 in KS/IN/IN.4
Census19 April 1910She appeared on the census of 19 April 1910 at Sup.Dist#4, Enum.Dist#66, Sheet#13 A, Lost Springs township, Marion, KS, USA; 1910 United States Federal Census:::
Wilbert, head, age 41, born in IN/IN/IN.
Orpha, Wife, age 38, born in IN/IN/IN.
Verne, son, age 16 born in KS/IN/IN.
Maria, dau, age 13 born in KS/IN/IN.
Cecil, son, age 11 born in KS/IN/IN.
Zueletta, dau, age 7 born in KS/IN/IN.
Kirvin, son, age 3 born in KS/IN/IN.
Orville, son, age 1/12 born in Mar-1910, in KS/IN/IN.5
Census1915She appeared on the census of 1915 at Lost Springs township, Marion, KS, USA; Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925:

WJ Smith, age 46
Dora, age 44
Vern E., age 20
Marie, age 17
Sisel, age 15
Eleta, age 13
Kirvin, age 8
Berl, age 5
Edman, age 2.6
Notecirca 1934She MOWRER - Dora Mowrer Smith (1871-1937)

Ortha Idora (DORA) Mother - abt 1934

Puyallup, Washington

Dora moved from Lost Springs after Wilbur her husband died. She had three teen-age sons to raise and felt there was no future for them in Lost Springs so she moved to Washington to be near her son Verne and family. circa 1934 at Picture.7
Death*28 September 1937She died on 28 September 1937 at Puyallup, Pierce, WA, USA, at age 66; Find-a-Grave# 651 487 17.
She was 66 years old.

PARENTS:
-Edward Perry Mowrer (1832 - 1887)
-Lydia Ann Mendenhall Mowrer (1839 - 1887)

SPOUSE:
-Wilbur Jacob Smith (1868 - 1918)

CHILDREN:
-Verne Eldridge Smith (1893 - 1961)*
-Marie Hazel Smith Belton (1896 - 1987)*
-Cecil Elmo Smith (1899 - 1993)*
-Zuletta Bernice Smith (1902 - 1978)*
-Burwell Perry William Smith (1910 - 1991)*
-Kirvin Rupert Smith (1906 - 1966)* )
-Esmond Verle Smith (1912 - 1937)*

SIBLINGS:
-Ezra P Mowrer (1859-1936)*
-James Theadore Mowrer (1861-1943)*
-George H Mowrer (1863-1879)* - age 16 Illinois
-Mary Emma Mowrer Fengel (1868-1965)*
-Ovid Lee Mowrer (1869-1935)*
-Dora (Orpha Idora) Mowrer Smith (1871-1937)
-Charles Frank Mowrer (1874 - 1967)
-Samuel A Mowrer (1876-1886)* - age 10 Illinois
-Minnie Ettie Mowrer (1880-1883)* - age 3 Illinois

Marker Transcription:
MOTHER - DORA SMITH - 1871 - 1937

BURIAL:
Woodbine Cemetery
Puyallup
Pierce County
Washington, USA
Plot: Sec A Blk 37 Lot 5 Gr 7 [Edit Plot]

Maintained by: ~Judy Calhoun Bresch~
Originally Created by: D Baker
Record added: Feb 03, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 65148717

Dora Mowrer Smith
Added by: Mitchell
Cemetery Photo
Photos may be scaled.
Click on image for full size.

BIOGRAPHY:~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dora was a sweet, kind, gentle, soft spoken person who treasured her family and loved children. She had 7 children of her own and as each one came she always said, "This one is even sweeter than the last one." Verne - Marie - Ceicil - Zuletta - Kervin - Burwell (Bub) - & Esmond. Dora was small and frail, and, Jessie, her daughter-in-law said, "She should have never had that many children." "She was so frail and not well but she spoiled everyone of them ie. If they didn't like the kind of potatoes they were having for dinner, she would cook 7 kinds so that each could have the kind they liked."
Her brothers and sister are: Ezra, - Thede, - Ove, - Em,- Frank, and other relations all lived near by and they were a very close supportive family all living in or near Lost Springs, Kansas. The Smith's also had a close church family and belonged to The Church of Christ where her brother Ezra was often the preacher and also kept the church records.
In about 1913 Dora decided that she needed a new house for her growing family, so she raised and sold piglets and made $600.00. This was enough to buy a 'Put it together' house from Sears and Roebuck. She ordered it from a catalog and it came on the railroad in numbered pieces. It had a summer and a winter kitchen, 5 outside doors, and a huge veranda that went the full length of the house. It's been remodeled some now, and the big veranda taken off, but it is still in Lost Springs and I have visited many times over the years.
Wilbur, Dora's husband, only had one leg that had been removed after a train accident when he was working for the rail road, he then sold insurance. After her Wilbur died, in 1918, and left her with 3 teenage sons to raise, she moved to Puyallup WA, in 1923, to be near her oldest son Vern E. Smith, (my grandfather)
She was sick a lot in her older years, and Jessie, her daughter-in-law, had her in her home in Puyallup and took care of her a lot. Jessie was very fond of her mother-in-law, and would refer to her as 'Mother Smith,' so as I grew up I felt that I had known her even though She had died 2 years before I was born.
I have a wonderful letter that her father wrote while he was in the Civil War to his (then) children Ezra and Theodore in 1864. It is so full of love, warmth, caring, and concern for his family. I knew when I read it where Dora got her sweet disposition.
This is a story that Mother (Jessie) told to me:
"When 'Mother Smith' (Dora) was living with me, one Saturday I said, you clean the living room and I'll clean the kitchen and we can get our work done fast so we can go up town. I finished the Kitchen, went into the living room and there sat Mother Smith in the middle of the living room mending Jo's little doll. I said your not done with your work.' She said, "This was more important."
To me that shouts volumes about the kind of person "Mother Smith" was. I wish I had been able to know her. We, as a family, put flowers on her grave every Memorial Day.
by JUDY CALHOUN BRESCH - 2015.1
Burial*after 28 September 1937She was buried after 28 September 1937 at Woodbine Cemetery, Plot: Sec A Blk 37 Lot 5 Gr 7, Puyallup, Pierce, WA, USA; Find-a-Grave# 651 487 17.
She was 66 years old.

PARENTS:
-Edward Perry Mowrer (1832 - 1887)
-Lydia Ann Mendenhall Mowrer (1839 - 1887)

SPOUSE:
-Wilbur Jacob Smith (1868 - 1918)

CHILDREN:
-Verne Eldridge Smith (1893 - 1961)*
-Marie Hazel Smith Belton (1896 - 1987)*
-Cecil Elmo Smith (1899 - 1993)*
-Zuletta Bernice Smith (1902 - 1978)*
-Burwell Perry William Smith (1910 - 1991)*
-Kirvin Rupert Smith (1906 - 1966)* )
-Esmond Verle Smith (1912 - 1937)*

SIBLINGS:
-Ezra P Mowrer (1859-1936)*
-James Theadore Mowrer (1861-1943)*
-George H Mowrer (1863-1879)* - age 16 Illinois
-Mary Emma Mowrer Fengel (1868-1965)*
-Ovid Lee Mowrer (1869-1935)*
-Dora (Orpha Idora) Mowrer Smith (1871-1937)
-Charles Frank Mowrer (1874 - 1967)
-Samuel A Mowrer (1876-1886)* - age 10 Illinois
-Minnie Ettie Mowrer (1880-1883)* - age 3 Illinois

Marker Transcription:
MOTHER - DORA SMITH - 1871 - 1937

BURIAL:
Woodbine Cemetery
Puyallup
Pierce County
Washington, USA
Plot: Sec A Blk 37 Lot 5 Gr 7 [Edit Plot]

Maintained by: ~Judy Calhoun Bresch~
Originally Created by: D Baker
Record added: Feb 03, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 65148717

Dora Mowrer Smith
Added by: Mitchell
Cemetery Photo
Photos may be scaled.
Click on image for full size.

BIOGRAPHY:~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dora was a sweet, kind, gentle, soft spoken person who treasured her family and loved children. She had 7 children of her own and as each one came she always said, "This one is even sweeter than the last one." Verne - Marie - Ceicil - Zuletta - Kervin - Burwell (Bub) - & Esmond. Dora was small and frail, and, Jessie, her daughter-in-law said, "She should have never had that many children." "She was so frail and not well but she spoiled everyone of them ie. If they didn't like the kind of potatoes they were having for dinner, she would cook 7 kinds so that each could have the kind they liked."
Her brothers and sister are: Ezra, - Thede, - Ove, - Em,- Frank, and other relations all lived near by and they were a very close supportive family all living in or near Lost Springs, Kansas. The Smith's also had a close church family and belonged to The Church of Christ where her brother Ezra was often the preacher and also kept the church records.
In about 1913 Dora decided that she needed a new house for her growing family, so she raised and sold piglets and made $600.00. This was enough to buy a 'Put it together' house from Sears and Roebuck. She ordered it from a catalog and it came on the railroad in numbered pieces. It had a summer and a winter kitchen, 5 outside doors, and a huge veranda that went the full length of the house. It's been remodeled some now, and the big veranda taken off, but it is still in Lost Springs and I have visited many times over the years.
Wilbur, Dora's husband, only had one leg that had been removed after a train accident when he was working for the rail road, he then sold insurance. After her Wilbur died, in 1918, and left her with 3 teenage sons to raise, she moved to Puyallup WA, in 1923, to be near her oldest son Vern E. Smith, (my grandfather)
She was sick a lot in her older years, and Jessie, her daughter-in-law, had her in her home in Puyallup and took care of her a lot. Jessie was very fond of her mother-in-law, and would refer to her as 'Mother Smith,' so as I grew up I felt that I had known her even though She had died 2 years before I was born.
I have a wonderful letter that her father wrote while he was in the Civil War to his (then) children Ezra and Theodore in 1864. It is so full of love, warmth, caring, and concern for his family. I knew when I read it where Dora got her sweet disposition.
This is a story that Mother (Jessie) told to me:
"When 'Mother Smith' (Dora) was living with me, one Saturday I said, you clean the living room and I'll clean the kitchen and we can get our work done fast so we can go up town. I finished the Kitchen, went into the living room and there sat Mother Smith in the middle of the living room mending Jo's little doll. I said your not done with your work.' She said, "This was more important."
To me that shouts volumes about the kind of person "Mother Smith" was. I wish I had been able to know her. We, as a family, put flowers on her grave every Memorial Day.
by JUDY CALHOUN BRESCH - 2015.1,2

Family

Wilbur Jacob Smith b. 21 May 1868, d. 8 Dec 1918
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] Find A Grave, online https://www.findagrave.com/, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/36848854/…
  2. [S10] Find A Grave, online https://www.findagrave.com/, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/65148717/dora-smith
  3. [S21] State Census, unknown location, unknown record info, Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925:::
    https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/1088/ksv115_89-0286/…
  4. [S13] 1900 US Federal Census, https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7602/4120153_00626/…
  5. [S14] 1910 US Federal Censu, https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7884/…
  6. [S21] State Census, unknown location, unknown record info, Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925:::
    https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/1088/ks1915_142-0033/…
  7. [S29] Ancestry.com, online https://www.ancestry.com/, https://www.ancestry.com/mediaui-viewer/tree/6997200/person/…

Edward Perry Mowrer1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 1832, d. 1887
Burial*Edward Perry Mowrer was buried; x.1
Marriage*He married Lydia Ann Mendenhall.1
Birth*1832Edward Perry Mowrer was born in 1832.1
Death*1887He died in 1887.1

Family

Lydia Ann Mendenhall b. 1839, d. 1887
Children

Lydia Ann Mendenhall1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
F, b. 1839, d. 1887
Marriage*Lydia Ann Mendenhall married Edward Perry Mowrer.1
Burial*Lydia Ann Mendenhall was buried; x.1
Birth*1839She was born in 1839.1
Death*1887She died in 1887.1

Family

Edward Perry Mowrer b. 1832, d. 1887
Children

Ezra P Mowrer1

Last Edited20 Nov 2019
M, b. 1859, d. 1936
FatherEdward Perry Mowrer1 b. 1832, d. 1887
MotherLydia Ann Mendenhall1 b. 1839, d. 1887
Burial*Ezra P Mowrer was buried; x.1
Birth*1859He was born in 1859.1
Death*1936He died in 1936.1