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Nunziata Maria Spenza
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Joseph Nickolas Scarano
1currentobituary.com, http://www.currentobituary.com/member/obit/20143. "Joseph N. Scarano
August 15, 2005
In Falmouth of Hallandale Fla Formerly of Taunton Joseph N. Scarano 89 son of the late Nicholas & Nunziata Scarano Uncle of William D. Lewis of Raynham & Several other nieces & nephews Funeral From The O’Keefe-Wade Funeral Home 70 Washington St. Taunton Sat August 20th at 10 AM followed by a mass of christian burial in St. Mary’s Church Taunton at 11 AM relatives & friends invited to attend funeral home visiting hours Fri 4-7 PM. Interment in the family lot St. Joseph’s cemetery Taunton. In Lieu of flowers donations in Joseph’s memory may be made to FalmouthHospital c/o Cape Cod Hawthorne foundation 348 C Gifford St. Falmouth Mass 02540
O'Keefe-Wade Funeral Home
70 Washington Street
Taunton, MA 02780
11870 U.S. Census, M593_1184 pg 454A, 1 Jun 1870. "Morgan, Jeremiah 35 MW Works on Farm Pennsyslvania
------, Elizabeth 35 FW Keeping house Pennsyslvania
------, Fannie 8 FW at home Pennsyslvania
------, John G. 7 MW at home Pennsyslvania
------, Mary 4 FW at home Ohio
------, James 2 MW at home Ohio
------, Walter H. 1 MW at home Ohio."
21880 U.S. Census, FHF 1255001 roll 1001 pg 148D, 21 Jun 1880. "Morgan, Jeremiah WM 45 M Farmer Pennsyslvania Pennsyslvania Pennsyslvania
------, Elizabeth WF 45 Wife M Keeping house Pennsyslvania Ireland Ireland
------, Fanny F. WF 18 Daughter S at home Pennsyslvania Pennsyslvania Pennsyslvania
------, John G. WM 16 Son S at home Pennsyslvania Pennsyslvania Pennsyslvania
------, Mary W. WM 14 Daughter S at home Ohio Pennsyslvania Pennsyslvania
------, Homer W. WM 11 Son S at home Ohio Pennsyslvania Pennsyslvania
------, Charles WM 7 Son S Ohio Pennsyslvania Pennsyslvania
------, George S WM 5 Son S Ohio Pennsyslvania Pennsyslvania
------, Bessie B. WF 3 Daugther S Ohio Pennsyslvania Pennsyslvania."
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Nancy Ann Stevenson
1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=118807298. "d/o Samuel Stevenson & Mariale Linton." Image.
Edwin Day Morgan
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Cora Bell Morgan
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Flora H. Morgan
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Adda M. Morgan
1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=118812728. "w/o Jode Gregory marriage: 11 January 1893 Clinton, Ohio." Image.
Colfax Lycurgus Haynes
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Mary Blanche Morgan
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Mabel G. Haynes
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Rhoda Mc Gee
1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/58840104/rhoda-owen. "Died, at the residence of her son-in-law, Travis Herndon, living two miles north of Pattieville, Ohio County, Kentucky, September 26, 1881, of old age, Mrs. Rhoda Owen, consort of Robert Owen, in the 96th year of her age. Her maiden name was McGee, and was a daughter of Samuel McGee, an old citizen of Fayette County, and for many years a citizen of Grayson County. She was born near Lexington, Fayette County, December 30th, 1785; June 5, 1808 she married Robert Owen, who moved from North Carolina with his father's family to Breckinridge County when about fifteen years old. Mr. Owen joined the Baptist church at Goshen (old house) in the year 1811, and at time of his death his membership was still with that church. He died of dropsy at his son-in-law's, Mr. Herndon, February 25, 1861, in the 77th year of his age. Mrs. Owen joined the Baptist church at Goshen and was baptized July 10, 1825, by Rev. James H. L. Moorman, who was the pastor of Goshen church at that time. Of eleven children seven survive her; they are Mrs. Lucy Johnson, wife of Barrett Johnson, of Daviess County; Mrs. Sarah H. Herndon, wife of Travis Herndon, of Ohio County; Mrs. Mary E. Litsey, wife of James F. Litsey, living in Harper County, Kansas; Mrs. Eliza J. Marshal, wife of Edwin Marshal, living in Washington County, Iowa; Mrs. Harriet Gordon, wife of Andrew Gordon, of Daviess County; Thomas Owen, living in Washington County, Iowa, and James H. L. Owen, living in Grayson County, Texas. The dead are John W. Owen, who died in Daviess County November 14, 1838; William Owen, who died at his home in Breckinridge County October 13, 1838; Mrs. Martha A. Frank, wife of Henry O. Frank, deceased who died at Cloverport, October 5, 1865, and Mrs. Susan S. Moberly, wife of Lewis B. Moberly, who died in Clay County, Illinois, December 8, 1866. She has also 52 grandchildren and 50 great-grandchildren, making in all 130 children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren living and dead. On the morning of the 28th the funeral sermon was preached at Mr. Herndon's residence by Rev. Calvin Voyles from Heb iv., 11: "Let us labor therefore to enter into that rest." In the evening her remains were taken to the graveyard on the farm of her husband's father, now owned by William J. Owen, and laid by the side of her husband and two children, William Owen and Mrs. Frank. We have known this aged venerable Christian lady, and her esteemed husband, for many years, and have often listened to their religious instructions and advice, and in church council the advice of old Brother Owen was always taken and stopped further debate. Peace to their mortal remains." Image.