Location: Guelph Ontario Canada

Biographical Sketch of W. P. Congalton

Congalton, W. P.; real estate; born, Guelph, Can., 1875; came to Cleveland when a boy; public school and Spencerian Business College Education; business career, clerk for several years Relief Dept. of the Pennsylvania R. R.; asst. bookkeeper Standard Tool Co.; for three years charge of Real Estate Dept. of the Old Savings & Trust Co.; previous to its consolidation with the Citizens Savings & Trust Co.; in 1902, became associated with John H. Blood in the capacity of real estate salesman; in 1906, started in business for himself, making a speciality of business realty; member Chamber of Commerce, Athletic Club, and United Commercial Traveler ‘s Ass’n. Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start...

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Loney, Samuel K. – Obituary

Samuel K. Loney, 82 years old and resident of Walla Walla County since 1879, died at noon Saturday [February 1, 1941] at his home, 6 ½ North Second Avenue, following a serious illness of two weeks and a much longer period of ill health. Born near Guelph, Ontario, close to Toronto, December 28, 1858, he was the oldest son in a family of 10 children. His parents were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loney, native of Ireland who had migrated to Canada and eventually came to the United States. Samuel Loney completed his schooling in Canada and worked on his father’s farm until he was 18. In 1879 he came to this country and before the year was ended had located in Walla Walla. He followed farming as a wage worker for a number of years. Then in 1892 he started in the wood and coal business, first as agent for the Roslyn Mining Company and afterwards on his own account. Later he had Starr Sherman as a partner and finally sold his interest to his partner and retired. He took up a homestead and timber culture between Mill Creek and Dry Creek in 1881 and when he had made final proof on these, he filed on a preemption in Umatilla County, Oregon. He afterwards sold all three of these claims and bought 537 acres on Mill Creek four miles...

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