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Charles Francis Todd of White Plains NY

Charles Francis Todd9, (Clark8, Abraham7, Abraham6, Abraham5, Abraham4, Jonah3, Samuel2, Christopher1) married April 30, 1906, Viola Augusta Collyer. They were living in White Plains, N. Y. Children: 2699. Cecelia Antoinette, b. April 17, 1907. 2700. Merrial Estella, b. Aug. 5,...

Clark Todd of White Plains NY

Clark Todd8, (Abraham7, Abraham6, Abraham5, Abraham4, Jonah3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Dec. 29, 1827, died May 22, 1906, at his home in White Plains, N. Y., married about 1855, Merrial Perkins, daughter of Nathan and Margaret (Dexter) Voris, the later name being a contraction of Van Voorhees, she was born Oct. 14, 1832, died Nov. 14, 1905. Children: *2162. Charles Francis. *2163. Julia Frances. 2164. Abraham Lincoln, d. young. 2165. Hettibelle, d....

Biography of George B. Markle

Among the young business men of Portland none have exerted a more powerful influence toward advancing the material progress of the city during the past few years than George B. Markle. The various projects he has been largely instrumental in creating and successfully carrying out, have been far reaching in their wholesome effect upon the prosperity of Portland, and justly entitle him to a prominent place in the commercial and financial history of the city. He is a native of Pennsylvania, having been born in Hazleton, Lucerne county, on the 7th of October, 1857. Until the age of twelve he received the educational advantages of the private and public schools of Hazelton. He then passed four years in a boarding school at White Plains, New York. His parents removed to Philadelphia, in 1874, and after one year’s attendance in a preparatory school in this city he entered Lafayette college, graduating from this institution in 1878. After graduation he was employed in the Anthracite coal mines at Geddo, Pennsylvania, which were owned by the firm of G. B. Markle & Co., his father being the senior member of the firm. In 1880, his father’s health having failed, young Markle entered the employ of the banking house of Pardee, Markle & Grier, of Hazleton, Pennsylvania, and also continued with their successors, Pardee & Markle, as representative of his father’s interests. In 1882, the older members of the firm retired and the firm of Markle Bros. & Co. was formed, of which Mr. Markle was the managing partner until 1886. Mr. Markle’s desire to locate in the west led him, in the...

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