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Individual Notes

Note for:   Eliza A or Leda A ,   Feb 1840 - 19 Apr 1926         Index

Census:   
     Date:   age 21, 1860
     Place:   Allegheny City, Pennsylvania, USA

Census:   
     Date:   age 30, 1870
     Place:   Wikins, Allegeheny, Pennsylvania

Census:   
     Date:   age 55, 1900
     Place:   Buffalo, Erie, New York

Census:   
     Date:   age 60, 1910
     Place:   Buffalo, Erie, New York

Burial:   
     Place:   Hanover, Chautauqua, New York

Individual Note:
     1860 census Others in the household: LA Perchment age 21, Harrison Perchment, Albert Perchment and a servant
Census: http://digital.library.pitt.edu/census/namesearch.html

1870 Census, Eliza A., keep house, born in Pennsylvania

Eliza A is listed as his wife in a Indenture document date 2 Feb 1874 in Allegheny, Pennsylvania

1900 census, Eliza A as mother-in-law, living with Harry and Ida B. Woodhull, widowed, children 2, 1 living, born in Pennsylvania, father and mother in England, gives birth as Feb 1900

1910 census, Leda A is the mother in-law, living with Harry and Ida B. Woodhull, widowed, children 2, 1 living, born in Pennsylvania, father and mother in England,

Glenwood Cemetery, Hanover New York, URL: www.rootsweb.com/~nychauta/cemetery/glenwd2.html She is list as "Mother" died the same day as her father-in-law



Individual Notes

Note for:   Bernard Grant,    -          Index

Individual Note:
     Gerry Parchman states Hannah married a Grant (post of 2 Jan 2004)

Marriage record in the IGI @ familysearch.org- sent in by a person, not an extracted or indexed record



Individual Notes

Note for:   Edward Ottley,   1860 -          Index

Census:   
     Date:   age 60, 1920
     Place:   Allegheny, Pennsylvania

Individual Note:
     1920 Census, occupation: manager, rail road



Individual Notes

Note for:   James Perchment,   1846 -          Index

Census:   
     Date:   age 35, 1881
     Place:   Mount Pleasant, Bowes, Yorkshire, England

Individual Note:
     1881 British Census, farm servant, unmarried, Richard Guy is head of household



Individual Notes

Note for:   John Dietrich,   18 Mar 1837 - 22 Jan 1919         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   25 Jan 1919
     Place:   Pinkerman, Ohio

Death Note: Source:    no. 6250

Individual Note:
     Death certificate list his parents.



Individual Notes

Note for:   Pattie A Perchment,   1 Oct 1928 - 1 Feb 2008         Index

Census:   
     Date:   age 1 yr 6/12m 1930
     Place:   Springfield, Clark, Ohio

Individual Note:
     1930, census take in apr 1930, age 1 6/12

PATTI A. GILLILAND REARICK
Patti A. Gilliland Rearick, 79, died on Friday,
February 1, 2008 peacefully at home in
Largo, Florida after a brief illness.
She was born in Springfield, Ohio on
October 1, 1928, the daughter of the late
Charles and Effie Perchment.
In 1981, Patti retired from Wright Patterson
Air Force Base after 19 years of service. She
was a member of St. John's Lutheran
Church. Patti enjoyed spending time with
family and friends, volunteering, Chinese
food and traveling. She never knew a
stranger and made friends wherever she
went. Patti could be counted on to play
cards at a moments notice. She and her late
husband, Ned R. Gilliland re-located to
Largo, Florida in 1982, where they spent
their retirement years prior to his death in
1993. In 2001, Patti was joined with Paul
Rearick of Durand, Michigan.
Survivors include one daughter and
son-in-law, Karen and Jim Kaffenbarger of
Springfield; two sons and daughters-in-law,
Edwin M. and Elanor Gilliland of
Indianapolis, Indiana and Keith R. and
Denise Gilliland of Valparaiso, Indiana; a
special niece and nephew and their spouses,
Connie (David) Heckler and Edward (Cathy)
O'Brien; two step children, Doug (Carol)
Rearick and Sharon Rearick; four
grandchildren, James Kaffenbarger, Ashley
Vukovits and Bo and Libbie Gilliland; four
step grandchildren, Sheryl Dale, Jimmy
Brandyline, Katie Rearick and the late Sherry
Brewer; great nephews, Jason Heckler, Paul,
Erik and Keefe O'Brien, five great
grandchildren, Stephen, Austin, and Morgan
Vukovits, Jack and Lucy Kaffenbarger.
Funeral services will be held on Tuesday,
February 5, 2008 at 11 a.m. in the
LITTLETON & RUE FUNERAL HOME with
Pastor John Pollock officiating. A private
burial will be held in the Glen Haven
Memorial Gardens.