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28201 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-266-11594-127864-28?cc=1747615 : accessed 12 December 2014), Cache > Logan >1917 > image 58 of 97; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #151 Sigfred, Jens S. (I403)
 
28202 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-266-11929-72541-68?cc=1747615 : accessed 14 December 2014), Cache > Logan > 1952 > image 89 of 144; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #52 03 0130 Gurney, Margaret (I13405)
 
28203 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-266-12041-83365-60?cc=1747615 : accessed 14 December 2014), Utah > Provo > 1936> image 86 of 262; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #189 Roundy, Myron (I13910)
 
28204 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-266-12069-75503-9?cc=1747615 : accessed 13 December 2014), Cache > Benson Ward > 1918 > image 2 of 2; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #168 Roundy, Wallace Wesley (I3243)
 
28205 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11051-109718-13?cc=1747615 : accessed 13 December 2014), Cache > Benson Ward > 1948 > image 1 of 1; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #176 Tracy, Evelyn (I6654)
 
28206 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11051-109718-13?cc=1747615 : accessed 13 December 2014), Cache > Benson Ward > 1948 > image 1 of 1; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #176 Ricks, John G. (I15056)
 
28207 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11086-7342-92?cc=1747615 : accessed 12 December 2014), Weber > Ogden > 1944> image 254 of 557; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #315 Swindells, John (I348)
 
28208 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11086-7342-92?cc=1747615 : accessed 12 December 2014), Weber > Ogden > 1944> image 254 of 557; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #315 Cowper, Mary (I359)
 
28209 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11086-8724-6?cc=1747615 : accessed 13 December 2014), Weber > Ogden > 1944 > image 114 of 557; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #130 Combe, Marian (I15132)
 
28210 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11755-178848-21?cc=1747615 : accessed 13 December 2014), Weber > Riverdale > 1914 > image 3 of 5; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #313 Bingham, Martha Ann (I14050)
 
28211 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11782-81101-87?cc=1747615 : accessed 13 December 2014), Weber > Ogden > 1934 > image 212 of 458; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #240 Beus, Madelain (I9059)
 
28212 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11782-81101-87?cc=1747615 : accessed 13 December 2014), Weber > Ogden > 1934 > image 212 of 458; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #240 Keyes, Robert David (I14731)
 
28213 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11932-107046-68?cc=1747615 : accessed 14 December 2014), Garfield > Escalante > 1937 > image 4 of 10; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #20 Barker, Peter (I17520)
 
28214 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11932-107046-68?cc=1747615 : accessed 14 December 2014), Garfield > Escalante > 1937 > image 4 of 10; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #20 Woodhead, Alice (I18574)
 
28215 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-12876-180182-20?cc=1747615 : accessed 12 December 2014), Weber > Ogden >1932 > image 97 of 476; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #105 Cliften, George Wanning (I14543)
 
28216 Source: Department of Health, Office of Vital Records and Statistics. Death Certificates, 1904-1961. Series 81448. Utah State Archives, Salt Lake City, Utah.Department of Health, Office of Vital Records and Statistics. Military Death Certificates: 1941-1953. Series 3769. Utah State Archives, Salt Lake City, Utah. Certificate #343 Gates, Lucinda (I20357)
 
28217 Source: Department of Health, Office of Vital Records and Statistics. Death Certificates, 1904-1961. Series 81448. Utah State Archives, Salt Lake City, Utah.Department of Health, Office of Vital Records and Statistics. Military Death Certificates: 1941-1953. Series 3769. Utah State Archives, Salt Lake City, Utah. Certificate #343Utah, Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, 1847-1868," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1971-38420-22670-37?cc=2202712 : accessed 7 December 2014), B > Bingham > Sanford Bingham > image 1 of 1; excerpted from Frank Esshom, Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah: Comprising Photographs, Genealogies, Biographies (Salt Lake City, Utah: Utah Pioneers Books, 1913)."Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11755-178848-21?cc=1747615 : accessed 13 December 2014), Weber > Riverdale > 1914 > image 3 of 5; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #313 Bingham, Sanford (I14956)
 
28218 Source: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.; Sheet #11;Dwelling #219, Family #219; Line #29 Oehrtman, John William (I20424)
 
28219 Source: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.; Sheet #11;Dwelling #219, Family #219; Line #31Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security Administration.; Number: 276-36-6530; Issue State: Ohio; Issue Date: 1956-1958."United States World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11049-128920-82?cc=1861144 : accessed 9 December 2014), 004142907 > image 2250 of 5469. Citing NARA microfilm publications M1936, M1937, M1939, M1951, M1962, M1964, M1986, M2090 and M2097, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.; Serial #722 Oehrtman, Otto Theodore (I20446)
 
28220 Source: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.; Sheet #11;Dwelling #219, Family #219; Line #32"Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1997," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-18084-163980-69?cc=1614804 : accessed 9 December 2014), Darke > Marriage records 1906-1909 vol M > image 93 of 303; county courthouses, Ohio."United States World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11049-128478-79?cc=1861144 : accessed 9 December 2014), 004142907 > image 2238 of 5469. Citing NARA microfilm publications M1936, M1937, M1939, M1951, M1962, M1964, M1986, M2090 and M2097, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.; Serial #U1888 Oehrtman, Alvin Leander (I20413)
 
28221 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-266-12041-89406-44?cc=1747615 : accessed 13 December 2014), Weber > Ogden > 1936> image 145 of 514; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #167 Soderquist, Gustaf (I459)
 
28222 Source: "Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11824-29282-4?cc=1747615 : accessed 13 December 2014), Weber > Ogden > 1956 > image 183 of 635; citing series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. File #56 29 0428 Rasmussen, George A. (I9346)
 
28223 The burial date on the death certificate is a removal date from Texas to Indiana. Hueston, Laura Elizabeth (I11636)
 
28224 The earliest representatives of the Bowen family emigrated fromSwansea , Wales in 1663. They came with John Miles' Company of WelshBaptists a nd settled in Massachusetts and founded the town ofSwansea. About 1687 , Jonathan Bowen, and some others from the Rev.John Miles'Company of S wansea, Massachusetts, removed to CumberlandCounty, New Jersey and set tled in the neighborhood of Bowentown. TheBowens were extensive lando wners and citizens of much influence inCumberland County, New Jersey. M any of them held public offices inthe county. Source: Descendants of Robert Kelsay Author: Fred DKelsay Pages: 7 & 8 Bowen, Seth (I6596)
 
28225 The Henry Saunders website states that Austin was born April 7, 1808 and died February 24, 1863. It also states that he is buried in the Peck Cemetery in Fleming County, Kentucky. Further research isrequired to prove this, if it can be proven. Saunders, Austin R. (I5938)
 
28226 The race of Jim was Black. Source: Descendants of Robert KelsayAuthor: Fred D Kelsay Page: 112 Casky, Jim (I19061)
 
28227 The Shelby Democrat? Thursday, December 4, 1884 Page 3, column 5 ------------ IN MEMORIAM ------------ Mrs. LeahStephens died November 27th, 1884, at her residence near St. John's Switch, aged sixty-seven years, six months and sixteen days.The remains were interred in the family graveyard November 29th,1884. The deceased was born in Madison county, Kentucky, May 11, 1817. Her maiden name was Leah Parrish Her father, Edmund Parrish, moved from Kentucky to this county in 1823, and settled on Blue River, southwest of Shelbyville. He afterwards entered a tract of land near St. John's Switch, where he lived until his death. She, being the oldest of the family, was required to labor in and outdoors, which was the custom of the day. From youth she was aspiring, possessing the power s of acquisition by economy and perseverance in early life, she became the owner of real estate. She was twice married during life. For several years past the organs of the viscera had been afflicted and though able physicians were procured, temporary relief only could be given. Finally her disease became serious. No definite conclusion was given as to the character of her disease which was probably cancer of the stomach. To the day of her death she was patient in suffering, always extending her hand in friendship to her many friends. On various occasions she referred to the fact that the end was near at hand, but at the same time expressing her willingness to accept what the Lord in his infinite wisdom would send upon her. To her brother, to her daughter and to the one who held her dearer than all others, we would say in the language of Lowell: "Tis hard at first to see it alright, In vain Faith blow sher trump to summon back Her scattered troop; yet through the clouded glass Of our own bitter tears we learn to look, Undazzled on the kindness of God's face, Faith is too dark, and heaven alone shines through." Contributed by Barb Huff Parrish, Leah (I3203)
 
28228 The Shelbyville Republican? Friday February 22,1929 ----------CYRUS STEPHEN DIED LAST NIGHT ---------- Well Known Washington Township Resident Succumbs Ill One Year ----------Cyrus Stephen well known man, died at his home in Washington township Thursday night at eight o'clock. He had been in ill health for the past year with a complication of diseases. Mr. Stephen was born in Washington township April 21, 1850, and was the son of Martin and Mary Stephen He was seventy-seven years at the time of his death. In September, 1873, he was united in marriage with Miss Mary E. Miller, and one son and one daughter were born to them. He was a member of the Christian church at Flat Rock and the Odd Fellows lodge at Lewis Creek. The lodge will participate in the funeral services. He had spent his entire life in Washington township with the exception of five years. Surviving are the widow, the daughter, Mrs. Mae Chapman, of Indianapolis; one granddaughter, Mrs. Ruth White, of Indianapolis, and one grandson, Howard White, of Indianapolis. A son , Marcus Stephen, preceded him in death in 1907. Funeral services will be held at the Christian Union church in Flat Rock Saturday morning at ten o'clock following short services at the home at 9:15 o'clock. Interment will be in the Roberts Chapel cemetery in charge of C. F. Fix & Son. Contributed by Barb Huff Stephens, Cyrus (I12332)
 
28229 The Town of Carrolton, named for early settler G. Carrollton, was formed from Great Valley on March 9, 1842. Part of the Allegany Reservation was annexed in 1847. It is the central town on the south border of Cattaraugus County. Ball Hill, in the southeast part is 800 feet above the valley. The Allegany River flows northwest through the northern part. The principal streams are Tunegawant and Windfall Creeks. The main industry is lumbering .

Tuna is a hamlet of the town, in the north. The first permanent settlers were: Charles Foster, Horace Howe, and Marcus Leonard who located on Lots 28 and 29 in 1814. Other early settlers included: John and William Moore, Elias Stone, Peter Zeluff, Isaac Farr, Aaron Kellogg, and William Smith who settled on Tuna Creek in 1828. The first child born was Merit Zeluff, in June 1829; and the first marriage was that of Mr. Brown and Emeline Fuller in 1828. The first death was Enoch Fuller, in 1826.

The first school was taught by Milton Northrop, at Limestone, in 1830-1831. In 1832, the first inn was opened, by Elias Stone near Tuna Creek; and the first store by Charles Lewis. A sawmill was built by Marcus Leonard in 1826.

Limestone is the second hamlet, in the south part. Upon the flats near Limestone are the remains of an ancient fortification. It is in the shape of a figure 8, the remains of the ditch and the earthworks are plainly visible.
Kill Buck and Carrollton, which were prosperous lumbering towns, are villages nearby the Horseshoe Cemetery. The Allegany River originally formed a horseshoe-like bend at a point north of Carrollton in the Town of Great Valley; thereby getting the name Horseshoe Bend. About 1927, there was a wash-out along the Pennsylvania Railroad tracks to the railroad company asked that they make a new channel which enclosed the horseshoe bend into an island.

The Erie Pennsylvania, and the Buffalo Rochester and Pittsburgh (now the Baltimore and Ohio) railroads went through the towns with depots in each village. Carrollton was named after Guy Carrollton Irvine in March 1842 and the town was organized in May 1842. Kill Buck was named after Chief Daniel Kill Buck, an Indian, who lived on the bank of the Allegany River. In 1860, Kill Buck had a population of 800 and in the 1890's Carrollton's population was 4500. John Green built the first lumber mill in Kill Buck in 1812. Both these villages boasted three or four taverns with some a combination tavern and boarding house.

The law of the jungle ruled in these lumber towns. A story was reported of one "Big Jim Morrisey" who challenged a stranger at the breakfast table that he could "Lick any !##!! here. There was silence the stranger leisurely emptied his coffee cup, pushed back his chair, and replied, "Come on, we'll see". The challenged stranger was "Red Hogan" and the two men fought by the banks of the Allegany River until noon, when the boarding house mistress separated them for lunch. They had stripped down to their pants and although battered and bruised, were still full of fight. They started again after lunch and fought until four O'clock, when they shook hands, and called it a draw. Hogan was missing part of an ear and had chewed off a part of Morrisey's finger. 
McKelleb, Henry E. (I11670)
 
28230 There are two census records in 1870 of this family. Not sure I should do both since the one has rudolph being born in Switzerland.

(Research):Sources:

Name - Rudolph Sperry

United States Census, 1870, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MXWS-CCF : 17 October 2014), Rudolph Sperry, Line #37, Kentucky, United States; Citing Page #32, Dwelling #232, Family #232, NARA microfilm publication M593 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 545,961.

Birth: 1832 - Kentucky

United States Census, 1870, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MXWS-CCF : 17 October 2014), Rudolph Sperry, Line #37, Kentucky, United States; Citing Page #32, Dwelling #232, Family #232, NARA microfilm publication M593 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 545,961.

Residence: 06 Jul 1870 - Napolean, Kentucky

United States Census, 1870, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MXWS-CCF : 17 October 2014), Rudolph Sperry, Line #37, Kentucky, United States; Citing Page #32, Dwelling #232, Family #232, NARA microfilm publication M593 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 545,961.

 
Sperry, Rudolph (I20444)
 
28231 There is a Gillian Harper who was born in 1822 in Fleming County, Kentucky living with Fletcher and Nancy in 1850. I have a feeling this may be Nancy's sister since Nancy's maiden name is Harper. Harper, Nancy (I20726)
 
28232 There is a John Todd living with Elizabeth and her husband in 1850 that was born in 1835? Is this Elizabeth's brother????? Todd, Elizabeth (I3735)
 
28233 There is a Martha Claton listed in the 1860 census in Thomas's household. She is listed under their son James. Is this a first wife to James or is she some other relation to Thomas?

Seal to Parents: @I2001@ 
Claton, Thomas (I12276)
 
28234 Thomas J Bailey is Uncle to Elvira (Alvira) Williams Roby. Elvira is the wife of Joseph B Lindsey. Bailey, Thomas Jefferson (I6687)
 
28235 Thursday, July 10, 2008 Dale T. Rehm, 77 Dale T. Rehm, 77, of Ossian,died Tuesday, July 8, 2008, at LutheranHos pital in Fort Wayne. Bornin Union Mills on Oct. 7, 1930, he married Marjorye L. Baylor;she survives. Mr. Rehm served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. Heworked atNIP SCO for 38 years, retiring in 1990. Other survivingrelatives include four sons, Douglas Rehm of Bluffton,D uaneRehm ofMiraloma, Calif., Dean Rehm of Phoenix, Ariz., and DavidRe hm ofCalifornia. Also surviving are five grandchildren. Private familyservices will be at a later date. Burial is atLindenwood C emetery.Klaehn, Fahl and Melton Funeral Home at 6424 Winchester Road inFortWay ne is in charge of arrangements. Published in the BlufftonNews Banner on July 11, 2008 Rehm, Dale Thomas (I18177)
 
28236 Washington Democrat, April 13, 1906

Death of Aged Citizen

Lavina Burris, the oldest resident of Daviess County, died Sunday morning near Alfordsville. Funeral services were held at Old Union, conducted by the Rev. T.J. Alford. Interment at the Christian Cemetery Monday afternoon.

Lavina Burris was born in Fleming County, Kentucky, 1813. She was married to Nicholas Baker March 14, 1832. Thirteen children were born to this union of whom two survive, Mrs. Hester Sullivan and Mrs. Amanda Goble, both residents of Reeve township. The deceased united with the Christian Church when she was six years old and has been a devout member till death.

They removed to Daviess County in 1848, the deceased has spent sixty-eight years of her life in Reeve township. 
Burris, Lavina (I6025)
 
28237 William Dinsmore, one of the leading citizens of Bethel township,thisc ounty, was born September 5, 1842. He is the son of JohnJohnstonDinsm ore, who was born in Fleming county, Kentucky, December1,1805.His fat her, Mathew Dinsmore, was a pioneer of Boone county,Kentucky,and marri ed Miss Margaret Johnston, whose father and brotherwerekilled by the I ndians. At an early day Mr. and Mrs. Dinsmoreremovedto the then territ ory of Ohio, and lived first in Greenecounty andafterwards in Montgome ry county, Ohio. In 1819 he moved toMiamicounty and settled in Brown t ownship. He was one of the firsttrusteesand justices of the peace elec ted in that Township. He diedin 1846,but his farm is still in the Dins more family. The genealogyof theDinsmore family is as follows: The fi rst ancestor to which thefamilyis traced was Robert Dinsmore, who was b orn and reared in thenorth ofIreland and emigrated to America about th e year 1766. He wasmarriedon the 11th day of September, 1766, to Jane G ault. He settledinBaltimore, Maryland and engaged in the tannery busin ess. Hiseldestchild, Elizabeth Dinsmore, was born June 10, 1768. His s on Johnwasborn June 28, 1771; Mathew was born April 13, 1773, and Jane inFebruary, 1775. Mathew Dinsmore purchased one hundred acres of landin Fleming county, Kentucky, and lived on it five years, when itwasclaime d by an older military title and he lost it. He then cametoOhio in 180 7, and lived in Greene county, two miles east ofFairfield.He then remo ved to Montgomery county, nine miles north ofDayton. Heafterwards move d to Miami county, and purchased a farm inBrowntownship as above state d. John J. Dinsmore the father of oursubject, was married March 14,1837, t o Miss Maria McConnaughey,daughter of David and Anna (Grimes) McConnaughey, a pioneer familyofBe thel township. The writer knew John J. Dinsmore well and canstatethat h e was an honest and useful man, who served for twentyyears asjustice o f the peace. He was the owner of one hundred andsixty acresof land, we ll improved. He was a good farmer and aninfluential memberof the Presb yterian church. He died June 6, 1889,respected whileliving and sincere ly mourned when dead. His aged wifeis now livingwith her son, William D insmore, possessing in awonderful degree forone of her age her mental f aculties. She has beentotally blind forsixteen years and is patiently w aiting for thesummons to cross theriver to the other shore. She is the m other ofseven children: CaptainRobert G. Dinsmore, who was a brave sol dierand noble citizen, but isnow dead; Theodore, Anna, Margaret, Alber tand Frances, all of whomare deceased; and Mary Belle, wife of Nathaniel Bond, who is livingnear Franklin, Warren county, Ohio. WilliamDinsm ore, the subject ofour sketch, was also a soldier in the civilwar in t he same companywith his brother, namely: Company C,Seventy-first Ohio V olunteerInfantry, in which he enlisted as aprivate, was appointed corp oralDecember 21, 1864, and was musteredout with the regiment November 3 0,1865, with an honorable dischargeas a good and faithful soldier.Theo dore and Albert were alsosoldiers, belonging to Company B, OneHundred a nd Forty- seventh OhioInfantry. Mr. Dinsmore, of thisreview, returned h ome and lived withhis parents until he was married,June 1, 1871, to Mi ss Sarah Brenner,of Montgomery county, Ohio. Hesoon afterward settled o n the farmwhich he now owns, and which isnear the farm where he was bo rn andmade his home until he wasmarried. His farm contains one hundred a ndsixty-two acres, wellimproved. He makes a specialty of butter making ,andkeeps a largeherd of Jersey cows. He has a family of four children: One daughter,Clare, the wife of Dr.E.E.Bohlender, of Dayton, Ohio;a nd three sons:Allen, who is farming, the old homestead; Earl andWalter , who areliving with their parents. Mr. Dinsmore is a member ofthe Eng lishLutheran church, of Brandt, in which he has been an elderfor tenye ars. William Dinsmore's life has been that of a manwho isuseful inhis n eighborhood, church and township, a type of the men whomake thiscountr what it now is, great in peace and strong in war. Hewas abrave soldi er and a good citizens and of such are the bone andsinewof this great r epublic. E.S.W Source: James Johnston(e).pdfAuthor: Roger Johnston Received in Email May 2007 Dinsmore, Matthew (I11662)
 
28238 William's birthdate was calculated on the age on the death certificates since no birthdate was on the death certificate Barbee, William (I11668)
 

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