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Bartha Ellison Price1

F, #3436, b. 1910, d. April 1967

Biography

Bartha Ellison Price was born in 1910.1 She and Henry Neil Masters were married in March 1933. She died in April 1967, at age ~57.1
Bartha Ellison Price was also known as Bartha Ellison Masters.
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Citations

  1. [S3] "The Leonard Oliver and Margaret Gilbert Masters Family Chart", 1978, Clarence D. Bowser (1563 Genessee Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43211), to Miriam Jane Halley Beverley (177 N. Remington Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43209), Second Site Online, http://www.denbowtree.org. Hereinafter cited as "Oliver-Gilbert-Masters Chart".

Pryor

M, #3437, b. 1848

Biography

Pryor was born in 1848. He and Catherine Smith were married in 1868.
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Rachel Quick

F, #3439

Family: Garner Bobo (b. 1804, d. 1860)

SonJared David Bobo (b. 1828, d. 1860)
SonThomas Bobo (b. between 1830 and 1834)
DaughterHannah E. Bobo (b. 1835)
DaughterCharlotte Bobo (b. 1838)
DaughterEliza Bobo (b. 31 October 1842, d. 18 September 1918)
SonLucy Mariah Bobo (b. 10 November 1844)
DaughterSarah Jane Bobo (b. 1846, d. January 1929)
SonGarner C. Bobo (b. 12 July 1847, d. 8 January 1921)
SonFrancis Marion Bobo (b. 1852, d. 21 February 1930)
SonElias Davis Bobo (b. 10 February 1858, d. 21 February 1930)

Biography

Rachel Quick witnessed the birth of Jared David Bobo in 1828 in New York, USA. She witnessed the birth of Thomas Bobo between 1830 and 1834 in Ohio, USA. She witnessed the birth of Hannah E. Bobo in 1835 in Ohio, USA. Rachel Quick witnessed the birth of Charlotte Bobo in 1838. Rachel Quick witnessed the birth of Eliza Bobo on 31 October 1842. Rachel Quick witnessed the birth of Lucy Mariah Bobo on 10 November 1844. She witnessed the birth of Sarah Jane Bobo in 1846 in Delaware, Indiana, USA. Rachel Quick witnessed the birth of Garner C. Bobo on 12 July 1847 in Ohio, USA. She witnessed the birth of Francis Marion Bobo in 1852 in Vinton, Ohio, USA. She witnessed the birth of Elias Davis Bobo on 10 February 1858 in Berryville, Carroll, Arkansas, USA.
Rachel Quick was also known as Rachel Bobo.
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Elizabeth R

F, #3440, b. 1 February 1918, d. 29 September 1925

Family: John T. Denbow (b. 26 April 1856, d. 14 July 1944)

SonSamuel Tilden Denbow+ (b. 1876, d. 1962)
SonHarry M. Denbow (b. 1878, d. 1968)

Biography

Elizabeth R witnessed the birth of Samuel Tilden Denbow in 1876. She witnessed the birth of Harry M. Denbow in 1878. She was born on 1 February 1918. She and John T. Denbow were married in 1875. She died on 29 September 1925, at age 7.
Elizabeth R was also known as Elizabeth Denbow.
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Rachel

F, #3441, b. 1831

Biography

Rachel was born in 1831.
Information from Mrs. Warren J. Broderick to Jean Saunders Davis.Census Records, City of Troy, New York, 1855, Eighth Ward, page 10,Dwelling No. 40, indicates that Rachel Hunter, age 24, was born inClinton County and was in the town about 8 years. The Census Records,City of Troy, New York, 1860, Eighth Ward, Page 91, Dwelling No. 463state Rachel Hunter, age 27, wife, born Ireland. Copies of thesecensus records need to be obtained.
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Charles C. Rader

M, #3447

Family: Anna Shelar

SonLeslie Clayton Rader+ (b. 19 January 1900, d. 1975)
SonPaul K. Rader+ (b. 27 June 1909, d. 1969)

Biography

Charles C. Rader witnessed the birth of Leslie Clayton Rader on 19 January 1900 in Ohio, USA. Charles C. Rader witnessed the birth of Paul K. Rader on 27 June 1909 in Trumbull, Ohio, USA.
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Leslie Clayton Rader

M, #3450, b. 19 January 1900, d. 1975

Parents

Family: Eunice Irene Tadsen (b. 9 September 1902, d. 12 April 1994)

DaughterGretchen Ann Rader+ (b. 7 December 1928)
SonRichard Rader+ (b. 30 July 1935)

Biography

Leslie Clayton Rader was born on 19 January 1900 in Ohio, USA. He witnessed the birth of Gretchen Ann Rader on 7 December 1928 in Ohio, USA. He witnessed the birth of Richard Rader on 30 July 1935 in Trumbull, Ohio, USA. Leslie Clayton Rader and Eunice Irene Tadsen were married on 12 June 1926 in Ohio, USA. He died in 1975, at age ~75. He was buried in Trumbull, Ohio, USA.
Newspaper Obit (Name and date of newspaper cut off clipping; died1975) Leslie C. Rader- Niles- Leslie C. Rader, 75, of 330 W. ParkAvenue died Friday at 11:15 A.M. in Trumbull Memorial Hospital wherehe had been hospitalized three weeks. His death was due to emphysema.Born January 19, 1900 in Niles, he was a son of Charles C. and AnnaShelar Rader and was a lifetime resident of the city. He graduatedfrom McKinley High School in 1917 and while enrolled in Washington &Jefferson College he was inducted into World War 1. In 1923 he and hisfather operated a food market on Maple Avenue until his father'sdeath. Rader then went to work for the Niles Firebrick Co. and afterthe plant was sold was employed by the County Auditor's Office untilhis retirement in 1965. Mr. Rader served on the boards of the TrumbullCounty Tuberculosis & Health Association, the Niles Community Corp.,the Red Cross and Boy Scout Council of Trumbull County. He served 48years as Adjutant of William McKinley Post 106 of the American Legion.He was a 50 year member of the Mahoning Lodge F.&A.M. 394,the ScottishRite of Youngstown and Al Koran Shrine. He was a member of St. Luke'sEpiscopal Church and had served on the Vestry. Surviving are his wifeEunice Tadsen Rader, to whom he was married in 1926. She had been anelementary school teacher in Niles. Also surviving are one daughter,Mrs. Allen (Gretchen) Valentine, of W. Bloomfield, Michigan, one son,Richard of Chicago, Illinois, four grandchildren. A brother, Paul,preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held Monday at 1:30P.M. at the Holloway and Son Funeral Home with Rev. John Buttofficiating. Mrs. Alvin I. Jones was the organist. Friends may callSunday from 7 to 9 P.M. Mahoning Lodge 394 F.&A.M. will hold servicesSunday at 8:45 P.M. at the funeral home. Interment will be in UnionCemetery. Pallbearers were George Salem, Gay Krok, David Prosser,Arthur Doutt, Robert Semple, and Stanley Wilder. Honorary pallbearerswere Willard Huff, William C. Trimbur, Dr. H. E. Elston Sr. and ElmerE. Fisher.
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