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Biographical Sketch of Samuel Mather

Mather, Samuel; financier; born, Cleveland, O., July 13, 1851; son of Samuel Livingston and Georgianna Pomeroy (Woolson) Mather; educated in the public schools of Cleveland, and St. Mark’s School, at Southboro, Mass.; married, Cleveland, Oct. 19, 1881, Miss Flora Stone (died Jan. 19, 1909); issue, Samuel Livingston, Amasa Stone, Phillip Richard, and Constance; took up business life when a young man; associated with his father, and at the latter’s death, became his successor in the Pickands-Mather Co.; interested officially in many other corporations, prominently connected with the iron and steel trade of the country; deeply interested in and a large giver to educational and charitable institutions; senior warden of Trinity Cathedral parish; member executive committee, National Civic Federation; member central committee of American National Red Cross Society; pres. Children’s Aid Society; pres. and treas. of the Home for Aged Women; vice pres. University School; director of the Floating Bethel and City Mission; the Cleveland Museum of Art; chairman of the Hanna Monument Ass’n; trustee of Western Reserve University, of Adelbert College, Hiram House, Goodrich House, Kenyon College, and Case Library Ass’n; interested in Lakeside...

Biographical Sketch of Joshua Locke

(III) Joshua, son of Ebenezer Locke, was born August 21, 1709, and married (first) at Woburn, March, 1732, Hannah, born January 2, 1712, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Reed. He married (second) Tabitha, daughter of Dr. Isaac Bellows, of Southboro, buried at Boston, April, 1744. He lived in Woburn, Westboro, Boston ( ?) and Southboro, and was probably a carpenter by occupation. He sold land in the latter town to Isaac Amidon in 1753. and was on the alarm list of that town in 1757, and died there, in 1767. His second wife survived him. Children: Joshua, mentioned elsewhere; Josiah, born February 6, 1735, at Westboro; Ebenezer, August 5, 1737, at Oxford...

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