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101 "Slightly Deaf" according to WWI draft card. Memmer, John Joseph (I17371)
 
102 "Taught French and English, social work at Hull House in Chicago, past regent of the Mount Carmel chapter of DAR and past president of the Reviewers Matinee, charter member of the Wabash County Republican Women and member of the Bridge Club." Henneberger, Virginia C. (I18173)
 
103 "The Caledonia (NY) Advertiser'" Thurs, Oct. 23, 1941.
John Yopp died unexpectedly in a store here Thursday evening, Oct 10, 1941. Born in Caledonia, he had resided both here and in LeRoy (NY) all of his life. He was for many years connected with the LeRoy Canning Co. and also worked for the Lehigh Valley Railroad.
He is survived by by a brother, Frank Yopp, of Caledonia and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at the Saban Funeral Home and in St Columba's Church. Burial was in Caledonia.
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Yopp, John H. Jr. (I48506)
 
104 "The Caledonia Advertiser" Thursday 1 Oct 1942. YOPP-COOK A quiet wedding was that which Mrs Katherine Clemens Cook, daughter of M/M Edward Clemens of Jersey Street became the bride of Francis Yopp, both of Caledonia (NY) at Saint Columbia Church, Saturday 26, Sep 1942. The briide's attendants were the bride's brother and sister, Edward Jr and Miss Nina Clemens, both of Caledonia. After a wedding trip to Cleveland (OH), they are to reside with the groom's uncle, Frank Yopp, in Caledonia.
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Family F18765
 
105 "The Caledonia Advertiser" Thursday, 1 Nov 1894. The marriage of Mrs Mary Abel of Caledonia to Mr John McGinty of Avon, was solemnized on Tuesday morning (30 Oct 1894) in Saint Columbia (Church). Mr George Yopp and Miss Katie Yopp, brother and sister of the bride, acted as groomsman and bridesmaid. the happy couple left on an evening train for New York City after a very pleasant reception at the home of the bride's parents Mr and Mrs John Jopp.
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Family F18734
 
106 "The story that we have been told our whole life is that we had a relative that was associated with the mob. As I started researching the our ancestry my grandmother retold me this story.

She stated that John Samuel was working with the mob, he embezzled money and went on the run. He changed his name from Seminatore to Samitore and moved west. Leaving behind his wife and two young daughters. After 7 years his wife Josephine had him declared dead. John then married Yvonne and had three childern. After his death in 1987, his 2nd family was told part of this story." 
Samitore, John Samuel (I19948)
 
107 "Thomas Ogle, eldest son of John Ogle, the founder of the family in this
country, was married to Mary Crawford, by whom he had five children, the eldest
of whom was Thomas, born in Oglestown, Newcastle county, Delaware, in 1705, and
he was the ancestor of Hon. Thomas M. Ogle, late of Wilmington, Delaware. By
his second wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Graham, he had six children. His fourth child
by his first wife was Joseph." 
Ogle, Thomas (I10885)
 
108 "TOGETHER AGAIN"

Gladys V. Schmitt

STOW Gladys V. Schmitt, 85, died January 27, 2004.

Born in Willford, S.C., she had lived in Stow over 38 years. Mrs. Schmitt loved children, and demonstrated that in not only taking wonderful care of her own children, but in taking care of others as she worked 16 years as a crossing guard with the Stow schools.

Preceded in death by her husband, Arthur, in 1999, she is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Luellen and Steve Robertson of Leavenworth, Kan.; son and daughter-in-law, Timothy and Diana Schmitt of Lakemore; grandchildren, Timothy (Holly) Schmitt, Allison (Cris) Garcia and Jason (Hitomi) McDonald; great-grandson, Ethan Schmitt; brothers, Kenneth Dobbins of California, Carl Dobbins of Akron; and very special angel on earth, Margaret Badgett.

Mrs. Schmitt's family would like to express their thanks and appreciation to the Hospice Care Center for the wonderful care and attention she received while there.

Friends may call TONIGHT from 6 to 9 P.M. at Redmon Funeral Home, where Pastor Jim Roma will conduct service Friday at 10 A.M. Entombment at Northlawn Memorial Gar dens. Should friends desire, memorials may be made to Hospice of Visiting Nurse Service or the Alzheimer's Association. (REDMON, STOW, 330- 688-6631.)

Published in Akron Beacon Journal on Jan. 29, 2004
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Dobbins, Gladys Viola (I69510)
 
109 "took O'Connell surname" Ford (I10021)
 
110 "Town Topics," Princeton, Volume 30, P. 23

William W. Stephens. 82, of
Timberlane Drive, Pen-
mngton, died September 6 in
the Mercer Medical Center.
Born in Belvidere, Mr
Stephens lived in East Orange
for 48 years before moving to
Pennington several months
ago He was traffic manager
for Westinghouse Lamp
Division for many years and
was a member of the Traffic
Clubs of both Newark and
Trenton.
Husband of the late
Florence McGinley Stephens,
he is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. John N Childs of Pen-
nington; a sister, Mrs Lester
Cumm of Branford, Conn and
four grandchildren.
A graveside service was
held in the Gate of Heaven
Cemetery, Hanover, the Rev
Walter R. Coats of the Pen-
nington Presbyterian Church
officiating. Contributions may
be made to the Pennington
First Aid Squad. 
Stephens, William Watson (I10590)
 
111 "Wally's aunt & uncle raised him, the Lobitz's." Rohy, Walter (I10185)
 
112 "Wife & child" as of WWI draft. Grimm, John G. (I10670)
 
113 "Wöchnerin; sie starb wegen des Eindringens feindlichen Militärs und der Wegführung ihres Ehemanns durch heftigsten Schmerz erschüttert."

"She died because of the penetration of hostile armed forces and the guidance of her husband through the most violent shaking pain." 
Forger, Maria Anna (I6758)
 
114 (?) Geiger, Andrew Jacob (I72)
 
115 (?) Samuelson, Ester Glen Cora (I407)
 
116 (?) Roehrig, Katharina (I552)
 
117 (?) Mager, August (I1348)
 
118 (?) Mayer, Maria (I1715)
 
119 (?) Hall, Maria (I2105)
 
120 (?) Bippus, Johann Evangelist (I4016)
 
121 (?) Rotbauer, Anna (I4027)
 
122 (?) Petermann, Maria (I4301)
 
123 (?) Schweizer, Katharina (I4702)
 
124 (?) Ackerman, John Herbert (I6091)
 
125 (?) Ackerman, John Herbert (I6091)
 
126 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6278)
 
127 (?) Murray, Myles (I10216)
 
128 (?) Downey, Catherine (I10217)
 
129 (?) Reid, Luke David (I10323)
 
130 (?) Ulmo, Louis (I17104)
 
131 (Adopted) Ziegler, George (I16230)
 
132 (Assumed) Jopp, Benedict (I2075)
 
133 (At home) Rieber, Louise Elizabeth (I8427)
 
134 (At home) Rieber, Catherine (I8431)
 
135 (At home) Duant, Doris Marie (I21596)
 
136 (At home) Tietz, Donald Otto (I21617)
 
137 (At home) Miller, Robert Eugene (I21863)
 
138 (At home) Helfrich, Wilfred Casper (I21878)
 
139 (At home) Hardin, Buren Michael (I21884)
 
140 (At home) Fireline, Gladiola (I21889)
 
141 (At home) Heidmann, Bondie Charles (I22136)
 
142 (At home) Schlusemeyer, Richard A. (I22358)
 
143 (At home) Rieber, Elizabeth (I22429)
 
144 (At home) Huffine, Olivet Margaret (I22442)
 
145 (At home) Chandler, Vernon Eugene (I22460)
 
146 (At home) Pruitt, Mary Cleo (I22492)
 
147 (At home) Holtz, Ronald Wayne (I22563)
 
148 (At home) Fulkerson, Paul Leon (I22587)
 
149 (At home) Rieber, Clarence E. (I22654)
 
150 (At home) Swarts, Carrie (I22882)
 

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