Note N4609 Index
David was a fisherman.
Note N4611 Index
Marlin was a sailor, and a fisherman in Vermilion, Ohio. There were no children born in any of his marriages.
Note N4612 Index
Sarah and her daughters first appear in the 1907 City Directory of Columbus, Ohio. She is listed as "widow of C L." A search of the Columbus City Directories for several years leading up to 1907 yielded no mention of a C. L. Bach. Nor is there a C. L. Bach in the entire 1900 Census of Ohio.
Note N4614 Index
James' first wife, Amy, was born in England. In the newspaper article [op. cit.] about her death by suicide, her age was said to be "about 32 years old." The article also states that she "leaves husband James and a seven-year-old son."
Tragedy struck the family a second time when, on 6 January 1930, a house fire claimed the lives of Florence (age 6), Josephine (age 3), and Alva (age 3 months). Their funeral was held at Thompson Funeral Home in Conneaut on 8 January, and they were buried together, in one casket, in Evergreen Cemetery, Painesville.
James is buried near his parents in Evergreen Cemetery, Painesville.
Note N4615 Index
Edmund was a sailor.
Note N4616 Index
Bingham was a carpenter. In 1880, he was living in Caseville, Huron County, Michigan, with his second wife, Viola.
Note N4617 Index
Alfred was a carpenter for a dock company in Fairport, and had been a sailor. His second marriage was to Chloe ??? (her third) about 1904.
Note N4620 Index
Thomas was the captain of a Lake Erie steam boat.
Note N4621 Index
Frank was a farmer in Painesville, Ohio.
Note N4630 Index
Dwight was a farmer in Monroe, Ohio. He died from pneumonia.
Note N4635 Index
Charles was a farmer and a railroader.
Note N4636 Index
Leonard was a grocer in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
Note N4639 Index
John was a farmer in Almond, Wisconsin.
Note N4641 Index
William was a farmer in Buena Vista Township. In 1920, he was elected a Wisconsin State Assemblyman. Theresa was a schoolteacher.
Note N4642 Index
John was a farmer. A most interesting relationship existed within this family. His sister, Maria, was the wife of James Hamilton. They were the parents of Ida's sister Anna's husband, James E. Hamilton.
Note N4645 Index
John was a farmer in Oxford, Wisconsin.