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Clara E. Morse

Female 1847 - 1882

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  • Name  Clara E. Morse  [1
    Born  1847  New York Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
    Gender  Female 
    Health  1880  [3
    • Misses Phoebe and Clara Morse returned Tuesday night, from the Adirondacks, where they have been since August getting the mountain air, for the benefit of Miss Clara's health. We are pleased to note that she has been greatly benefited. [3]
    Residence  1880  Cleveland, Oswego, New York Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Occupation  Teacher  [4
    Died  2 Mar 1882  [2
    • Clara E., youngest daughter of Albert Morse, died Thursday noon, of lingering consumption. She was in her 26th year, and a young lady of fine ability and much promise. Miss Morse was highly educated, and taught school for over 8 years, until sickness compelled her to relinquish its duties. Everything that love and money and skill could do was unselfishly applied to arrest the fatal progress of her disease; but in vain. Her pleasant, genial nature made very many friends, who, with the afflicted relatives, mourn her loss. Funeral services are to held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. [4]
    Buried  Lakeside Rural Cemetery, Bernhards Bay, Oswego, New York Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    • Funeral of Miss Clara Morse - On Sunday morning last, relatives and friends of the deceased assembled at her father's residence in Cleveland, between nine and ten o'clock, preparatory to the funeral services and burial at Bernhards' Bay. The Sabbath morning quiet was favorable; a prayer was offered by Rev. D. Marvin, Jr., and then the procession started. A very large number of people, neighbors and friends of the family, were gathered together at the Hall, and the exercises were mainly as follows: The first hymn was given out and sung by the choir, prayer followed, and then the reading of suitable passages of Scripture from both Old and New testaments. Mr. Marvin preached the funeral sermon from the following text taken from the following text taken from the Second Epistle of Peter, 2d chapter, 11th verse: "For so an entrance shall be ministered unto you abundantly into the everlasting Kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ." The drift of the sermon was to show the provision that God has made for our happiness in the future. At the close of the sermon there was an allusion to the early life, and long illness, and religious profession of the deceased, and a regret, in which many sympathized, that an interesting life, which was surrounded by so many things, make it desirable and happy, should be taken away by death. Tears were shed by many who had long loved and respected Clara, and who where sad to part from her. Rev. Samuel Dickinson then made some very feeling remarks, after which the choir sang the hymn -- "Beyond the smiling and the weeping I shall be soon." After viewing the remains, a large procession formed in front of the Hall, and walked to the cemetery, where the burial was had, the closing religious services being performed by the two ministers named above. [5]
    20100818 - Headstone: Clara Morse
    20100818 - Headstone: Clara Morse
    Lakeside Rural Cemetery
    Person ID  I1323  CHS Genealogy
    Last Modified  31 Oct 2017 

    Father  Albert Morse,   b. 27 Oct 1808, Vienna, Oneida, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Apr 1890 
    Mother  Sarah J. Curtiss,   b. 1812,   d. 1874 
    • According to the 1880 census, Albert is widowed. [1]
    Family ID  F338  Group Sheet

  • Sources 
    1. [S21] 1880 United States Federal Census, 36 (Reliability: 2), 19 Jun 1880.
      State: New York; County: Oswego; Town: Constantia; Village: Cleveland; ED: #231; ED Date: 06/19/1880; SD: #8; Sheet No: 36; Line No: 47-50

    2. [S19] Find A Grave,, (Reliability: 1), 18 Aug 2010.
      Clara Morse

    3. [S11] Cleveland Lakeside Press (Reliability: 1), 30 Oct 1880.

    4. [S11] Cleveland Lakeside Press (Reliability: 1), 4 Mar 1882.

    5. [S11] Cleveland Lakeside Press (Reliability: 1), 11 Mar 1882.