Fetzer, Gottlob; clergyman, editor; born at Cleveland, July 30, 1861; son of Andrew and Mary A. Fetzer: educated, German-American Academy, Rochester, N. Y.; graduated Rochester TheoIogical Seminary, 1889; married, Bertha L. Huselhuhn, of Cleveland, Nov. 28, 1889; ordained German Baptist minister, 1889; pastor Erin Avenue Church, Cleveland, 1889-1890: Berlin, Ont., 1890-1897; Second Church, New York,
Prof. George W. Trout, professor of history at the State Manual Training Normal School at Pittsburg, Kansas, was born in Allen County, Kentucky, September 16, 1863, and is a son of Rev. Paton and Amanda (Black) Trout. He belongs to an old and honored family which originated in Ireland, and came to America during the
Swetland, Truman Monroe; real estate; born, Middlefield, N. Y., Feb. 20, 1848; son of Eli and Sophia McGregory Swetland; educated, public schools; married, Rochester, Nov. 30, 1871, Carrie Raymond Hamilton; issue, four sons; instrumental in organizing a company for the erection of several large office buildings in Cleveland; treas. and gen. mgr. The Park Investment
Parker, Charles Barnsdall; surgeon, born, New York, Nov. 23, 1853; son of James and Harriet (Barnsdall) Parker; A. B., University of Rochester, 1874; M. D., Wooster Medical College, Cleveland, 1877; Vienna and London, 1877-1880; (M. R. C. S., London, 1880; M. S., Ohio Wesleyan University); married Lena Schlather, of Cleveland, June 24, 1891; prof. clin,
Elmore W. Snyder. A resident of Kansas since 1878, and with possibly one exception the oldest living bank president in the state, Elmore W. Snyder, president of the Manufacturers National Bank of Leavenworth, had been actively identified with the commercial and financial history of Kansas for nearly forty years. He was born in the Village
La Grande, Union County, Oregon Mrs. McLachlen Dies Wednesday; Funeral Friday Mrs. Mary McLachlen, a pioneer resident of La Grande, passed away on Wednesday, her death terminating in lingering illness. The body is at the Snodgrass and Zimmerman mortuary where funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock with burial in the I.
La Grande, Oregon John Logan Cobb, 71, who taught voice and conducted choirs at Eastern Oregon University for 30 years, died July 4 in Portland from complications due to pneumonia. A celebration of life in music and words will begin at 2 p.m. Aug. 19 at the Portland First United Methodist Church. Everyone is welcome.
Allen Todd7, (David6, Abraham5, Abraham4, Jonah3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Aug. 6, 1802, in Peekskill, N. Y., died in Rochester, N. Y., married first,(???) 18–, (???)Field, a niece of Cyrus Field. He married second, 18–, Eurania Davis. He moved to South Greece, N. Y., now called Elmwood, thence in later life he retired and moved to
Asahel Todd8, (Asahel7, Jehiel6, Stephen5, Stephen4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born March 26, 1827, married Dec. 4, 1849, Sarah Maria, daughter of John and Cordelia (Phelps) McLoud, who was born in 1832, in Austerlitz, Columbia County, N. Y. They lived in Rochester, N. Y. Children: 2042. Charles Francis, b. July 25, 1851. *2043. George Walter, b.
TRUESDALE, Emma Jane Todd9, (John8, Wright7, David6, Abraham5, Abraham4, Jonah3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Oct. 26, 1850, married John Myron, son of Samuel Truesdale, the latter having settled near Rochester, N. Y., in 1823. He died July 11, 1911. Children: I. Walter, b. Aug. 2, 1876, m. Dec. 29, 1909, Mabel Westerman, of Safford, Ariz., and