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Biographical Sketch of Albert Alling Atwater

Atwater, Albert Alling; civil engineer and real estate; born, Cleveland, May 27, 1868; son of Jared J. and Harriet Root Atwater; educated, Cleveland public schools, Western Reserve Academy, Case School of Applied Science; married, Crete, Neb., Nov., 1901, Emily Daniels; finished special course at Case School in June, 1891; followed sanitary construction at Conneaut and Dayton, O., for two years; in charge of mining operations in Michigan, Canada and Missouri for eight years; city engineer of Webb City, Mo., two years; real estate business in Cleveland since 1903; director sec ‘y and 2nd vice pres. The Adams Realty Co.; director The Cleveland Automobile Club; member Cache Commandery No. 27, Conneaut O., Lake Erie Consistory, Cleveland, Ahmed Temple of Mystic Shrine, Marquette,...

Biographical Sketch of Virgil P. Kline

Kline, Virgil P.; lawyer, born, Conneaut, Nov. 3, 1844; educated, Electric Institute, Hiram, O.; graduated from Williams College, 1886; studied law in Cleveland, and passed examinations in 1870, and was admitted to the bar; with Albert T. Slade, until his death in 1876; member of the firm of Henderson, Kline & Tolles; later Kline, Tolles & Goff; when Mr. Goff became pres. of the Cleveland Trust Co., firm was organized as Kline, Tolles & Morley; powerful orator; special student of financial and economic questions; Democrat; frequent nominee for office; ran ahead of party ticket, but majority of Republican party caused...

Biographical Sketch of Ellison J. Parrish

Parrish, Ellison J.; supt. Telegraph Dept., Nickel Plate R. R.; born, Terre Haute, Ind., Oct. 9, 1865; son of D. P. and Ellenora Spain Parrish, educated, common schools, Terre Haute, Ind.; married, Conneaut, O., May 24, 1887, Pearl J. Griffey; elected Mayor of Conneaut, O., 1902-1907-1909; only Democrat ever elected in the city for this honor; was first Mayor of the city when it changed from a village; 1908 and 1912, delegate National Democratic Convention; appointed by Gov. Harmon three times as delegate to National Convention of Water Ways at Washington, D. C.; train dispatcher for Nickel Plate R. R. Co., 1886-1912; then promoted to supt. telegraph; director Journal of Progress; member Civil Service Commission, Conneaut, 0.; member Elks. Recreations: Baseball and Outdoor...

Philinda E. Todd Payne Tweedy of Conneaut OH

PAYNE TWEEDY, Philinda E. Todd7, (Bela6, Caleb5, Gideon4, Gideon3, Michael2, Christopher1) born March 7, 1825, died April 7, 1904, in Conneaut, Ohio, married first, Dec. 2, 1849, Cyrenus M. Payne, who died in Jan., 1860. She married second, Oct., 1864, George Tweedy. Children by Cyrenus M. Payne: I. Belle C., b. March 18, 1851; she lives in Conneaut, Ohio. II. Cassius C., b. Sept. 3, 1854; he is a very successful farmer and lives in Conneaut, Ohio; he is m. and has one...

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