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901 Alternate Spelling: Vandenberg Vandenburg, Rebecca (I3431)
 
902 Alternate Spelling: VanDyke Van Dike, Freeman (I2890)
 
903 Alternate Spelling: Viner A. Allen Allen, Vine A. (I305)
 
904 Alternate Spelling: William Balshizer Ballsizer, William (I1104)
 
905 Alternate Spelling: William Bosom Busam, William (I79)
 
906 Alternate Spelling: William Cunins Cummins, William Henry (I1233)
 
907 Alternate Spelling: William Cunins Cummins, William (I1235)
 
908 Alternate spelling: William J. Deans, William F. (I355)
 
909 Alternate Spellings:
Alf Seaman 
Seamans, Alford S. (I568)
 
910 Alternate spellings: John Daley Daly, John (I2373)
 
911 Alternate spellings: Mary Daly, Mary Daley, Mary Dayly Unknown, Mary (I2374)
 
912 Alternate Spellings: Salima & Selina. Celina is being used as it is the spelling on her headstone. She was married twice. Gouchie, Celina (I1014)
 
913 Alternate: Johann Best Best, John (I1526)
 
914 Alternate: Margaret Molholland
Alternate: Mrgrett Mibalaw 
Mulholland, Margret (I1261)
 
915 Alternative marriage date, 10/16/1907. Family F61
 
916 Alternative Name: Rosalthae Unknown, Mary R. (I328)
 
917 Alternative Spelling: John Mc Elvenie McElvany, John (I490)
 
918 Alternative spelling: L. Maria Unknown, Mariah (I256)
 
919 Alternative Spelling: Melinda Stinger Nelson, Belinda R. (I1917)
 
920 Alternative Spelling: Rosa Mc Elvenie McElvany, Rosana (I491)
 
921 Although baptized as a member of St. James Church, the event took place at the Sherman home due to the illness of Elizabeth Sherman. Clara Sherman is noted as one of the sponsors. Sherman, Hattie Elmira (I469)
 
922 Although Henry's obituary indicates that he was mustered out of the military from Syracuse, I've opted to go with the documentation from Bath, New York that indicates mustering out of Albany. Griesmeyer, Henry Sr. (I122)
 
923 Although it's not exactly clear when Asa's wife, Amy, and their children joined Asa overseas, but we do know that the entire family arrived in Smyrna in August of 1922.

"The YMCA had arranged for Jennings and his family to stay at a home near the campus of International College, a preparatory school for boys in the nearby suburb of Paradise ..." (p.27) 
Family F362
 
924 Although not accessible to the public, this site is noted as a historic site for the Underground Railroad. Feeler, Peter P. (I1650)
 
925 Amelia Aley Reynolds' remains were shipped to Bernhards Bay for burials from PA. Aley, Amelia (I1771)
 
926 ames L. Duhamel, highly respected Cleveland resident, died, Thursday afternoon in his home on Bridge street after he had returned from a short walk while the thermometer was 28 below zero. He suffered from a serious heart attack earlier in the winter and had not fully recovered. Duhamel, James L. (I3762)
 
927 Among our promising young mechanics, John Houser, Jr., comes well up the front; and we doubt if there is one of his age and experience anywhere who can turn out a wider range of work or do it neater than he. Houser, John W. Jr. (I507)
 
928 An 8lb. daughter arrived day before yesterday to make things lively for the family of John Gallagher. Gallagher, Anna (I1282)
 
929 An alternate date of birth is noted as 10/15/1847 at Stanwix. Knight, Charles William (I194)
 
930 An alternate spelling is Charles Cumins on the 1875 and 1880 census. Cummins, Charles (I101)
 
931 An ardent supporter of the M. E. Church, Mr. Deans served as a member of its board of trustees and was superintendent of the Sunday school for many years. Deans, Thomas Derritt (I1183)
 
932 An important change was this week made in the affairs of the Union Glass Co. The interest held by C. Perkins has been purchased by J.E. Earll, who has been connected with the Cleveland Glass Works for many years; and the Union works will now be managed by Elbert r. Argersinger, who, tho? a young man, possess energy, enterprise and ability, and will undoubtedly fill the responsible positions with credit to himself and satisfaction to the Co. We learn that C.T. Earll is to officiate as bookkeeper. Earll, J. Edward (I853)
 
933 An important change was this week made in the affairs of the Union Glass Co. The interest held by C. Perkins has been purchased by J.E. Earll, who has been connected with the Cleveland Glass Works for many years; and the Union works will now be managed by Elbert r. Argersinger, who, tho? a young man, possess energy, enterprise and ability, and will undoubtedly fill the responsible positions with credit to himself and satisfaction to the Co. We learn that C.T. Earll is to officiate as bookkeeper. Argersinger, Elbert R. (I858)
 
934 An important change was this week made in the affairs of the Union Glass Co. The interest held by C. Perkins has been purchased by J.E. Earll, who has been connected with the Cleveland Glass Works for many years; and the Union works will now be managed by Elbert r. Argersinger, who, tho? a young man, possess energy, enterprise and ability, and will undoubtedly fill the responsible positions with credit to himself and satisfaction to the Co. We learn that C.T. Earll is to officiate as bookkeeper. Earll, Clement S. (I852)
 
935 And now Ed Haynes is smiling over the advent of a girl baby, which arrived Thursday afternoon. Haynes, Dora (I1024)
 
936 And now shoemaker Drum wears a blue ribbon. Drum, Silas (I723)
 
937 Anna Harris, wife of John W. Harris, died June 8, 1840 age 28 years 8 months and 8 days Unknown, Anna (I3299)
 
938 Anna M. Wood is spending her spring vacation of two weeks at home. Miss Wood is serving her fifteenth year as junior teacher in the Cleveland Union School. Wood, Anna M. (I4036)
 
939 Anna moved back in with her parents while her husband was serving in the U.S. Army. Stinger, Anna Louise (I1684)
 
940 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3195)
 
941 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3196)
 
942 Another landmark has been taken in the death of Friend William Osborn which occurred at 8:30 Monday morning at this home after an illness of two years. Osborn, Friend William (I4228)
 
943 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I995)
 
944 Another of the very oldest of our residents, Asher S. Potter, died Wednesday at noon, at the age of 76 years. He had been failing very fast of late, and his death was not unexpected. His very remarkable life call for more than a passing notice, and we shall endeavor to get his history for our next issue. Potter, Asher Smith (I499)
 
945 Another prominent and popular figure long associated with the former canning industry of L.P. Haviland and Co. of Camden, passes away is the death of Charles H. Lane which took place Sunday at 2 p.m. in Rome. A host of friends here regretted to hear of Mr. Lane's passing. His health had been failing for a year and since January 1st his condition had assumed a more serious aspect. The end came at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Walter Susaie, 820 Calvert street, Rome, with whom he had resided for the past year and a half. Lane, Charles H. (I4219)
 
946 Another son was born to Chas. Carroll, Sunday night. Family F311
 
947 Another thing that may need clearing up about Marion Best. She left John Bitz and went back to Rochester before his death. His obituary makes no mention of her because they were split up and may well have been in the process of divorcing. I recently had a conversation with a local resident who knew them both. It would be confusing if you were to look at his obit. Best, Marion M. (I1088)
 
948 Anton Houser and family moved [May 1, 1907] from the Foster building to his old home at Unionville. Houser, Antone (I509)
 
949 App, Caroline, wife of Martin App, died last Saturday evening, July 29, 1892, at 9 o'clock, from cancer. She had been ill nearly 3 years and a great sufferer during the past year. Her age was 61 years and 26 days. Lichteissen, Caroline (I17)
 
950 App-Keoogh: On Thursday, Nov. 3rd, 1881 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, by Rev. F.D. Maguire, Frank J. App and Miss Mary Keogh, both of Cleveland.  Family F462
 

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