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first wife in March, 1890, Clark married Mrs. Anna Walters Smalley,
who died May 30, 1917. Clark died in March, 1919.



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WARREN BACON, 4th

(4) Warren, the third son of Martin was born in 1840 and died in 1905.
He served in the Civil War in Company 3, 136th Ohio NationrJ
Guard Infantry. He was married to Francis Jourden and to them
born four children — Eugene, Gertrude Elva and Carrie. Eugene,
the son, accidently shot himself in 1884 and soon after died from the
effects of his wounds. Gertrude died October 5, 1914 and the other
two girls are married and live in Cleveland. Warren lived all his
life with his father on the old farm three miles east of Bucyrus.
Frances, his wife, died March 21st, 1920.



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WILLIAM A. BACON, 4th

(4) William A., the next son was born March 20, 1846 and was married
to Angie Clingen. They have two children, Clarence and Edna.
William and his wife lived at Parchers Corners, on a farm, until a
short time before he died, April 19, 1918. Angie, his wife, died
November 27, 1913.

(5) Clarence Bacon was born October 7, 1874 . He married in November
1S98. They have two daughters — Bernice, born in 1899 and Carol,
born in 1905. Clarence works in the Post Office at Bucyrus, Ohio.

(5) Edna Bacon, daughter of William and Angie Bacon, was born

September 26, 1880. She married Edward Geissman and they have
five children — Marcella, Milton, William, Ethel and Robert,

(4) Mary, the daughter of Martin Bacon, was born May 5, 1850. .She
married George Mallery, April 17, 1872 and they have two daugh-
ters; Bertha, born June 27. 1876 and Maude, born October 31, 1883.
George Mallery died in ]908.

(4) Clarissa and Willis, the other two children of Martin Bacon, died in
infancv.



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EMELINE BACON LOUDEN, 3rd

(3) Emeline Bacon Louden, the fifth child of Ralph and Mary Bacon was
born at Mentor, Lake Co., O., July 16, 1811, on what was afterward,
known as the James A. Garfield farm. At the age of eight years, she
moved with her parents, to Crawford County, Ohio where she spent
her childhood and young womanhood. She did housework and was
an expert spinner of wool for cloth. In January, 1832, she married
Moses H. Louden and they lived on a farm in Crawford County until
1842, when with their family of four children, they moved to
Williams County, Ohio, within what is now the corporate limits of
the city of Montpelier. At the time they moved to this place, it was
all a wilderness. They knew the trials and privations of pioneer
life but by untiring perseverance and industry they secured a com-
petence for life and assisted in building a flourishing city out of a
wilderness.

To Emeline and Moses Louden were born seven children — Elmer,
Angeline, Hiram, Minerva, Harrison, Jane and Mary Ann. Angeline and
Mary Ann died in infancy. Moses H. Louden, the father, died Feb. 28,
1887. Emeline Bacon Louden died September 20, 1887 at the age of 76
years. Justice, Love and Humanity was her religion.

Moses H. Louden was born July 15, 1802, in south Beaver Town-
ship, Beaver County, Pennsylvania. He was the first settler and built the
first log cabin in Montpelier, Ohio, in the fall of 1842.

(4) Elmer Louden became a Doctor, was married three times and had
three children. The names of the children are Ida, Frank and Dora.

(5) Ida married a man by the name of Hoghe and to them were born two
(laughters, Pearl and Inez (0). Inez was adopted by a family named
Earnest.

(5) Frank Louden

(5) Dora Louden

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(4) Manerva married David Hawkins and lived in southern California.
She had two children, Dan and Jennie.

(4) Jane married a man by the name of Chandler, who died at Mont-
pelier, Ohio. She died in Montpelier in the year 1891.



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HARRISON LOUDEN, 4th



(4) Harrison Louden, a son of Moses and Emaline Louden, was born
in Crawford County, Ohio, September 28, 1842. When he was about
one year old, he moved with his parents to WilHams County, Ohio,
where they settled in the woods near what is now Montpelier. He
served a year and six months in the Civil War and after the close of
the war was married to Mary Lattanner, in December, 1866. To
this union, four children were born — Williard A., Charles E., Roy
D. and Nettie. They lived for some time at Montpelier, Ohio and
accumulated some property there, but Harrison having poor health,
he moved his family to Kansas and lived there about four years be-
fore he died, in December 1892. His family then returned to Mont-
pelier, Ohio where his widow now lives with her two sons, Williard
and Charles (1918).

(5) Williard A. Louden, oldest son of Harrison and Mary Louden was
born at Montpelier, Williams County, Ohio in 1867. On May 22,
1900, he was married to Isabell M. Stainthorpe of Hillsdale, Mich-
igan. The next son :

(5) Charles E. Louden, was born in 187o, at Montpelier, Ohio and was
married to Effa Sloan of Tilbury, Ontario, Canada, April 13, 1903.
These two brothers were brought up in Montpelier and got their
education there. They have been partners in practically all of their
business transactions for the past 25 years, in Montpelier. They moved
with their parents to Kansas, where they lived about four years. After
the death of their father, in 1892. they returned to Montpelier, where
they engaged in the grocery and general dry goods business. By careful
management and their industrious and upright ways, they have accumul-
ated a nice property in Montpelier, where they now have three larg^e
stores all in one building and the Louden Hotel.

(5) Roy D. Louden, the third son of Harrison and Mary Louden, was
born at Montpelier, Ohio, November G, 1881. He spent his younger
days at Montpelier, where he received his education. About 1890
he went with the family to Kansas where they lived until after the
death of his father when he returned to Montpelier. He later moved



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to the southeastern part of Colorado where he married Zeta Bradley,
August 2, 1916. They have one child, Dorothy Dean Louden. He
owns a large ranch in Colorada, of about a thousand acres and is
raising horses and cattle (1918).

(5) Nettie Louden Fortis, the only daughter of Harrison and Mary
Louden, was born April 11, 1877, at Montpelier, Ohio. She lived
in Montpelier until she was thirteen years of age, when the family
moved to the Kansas Plains. She returned to Montpelier in 1893.
She took up a dramatic profession for a period of seven years and
was married in Denver, Colorado, June 19, 1911 to Sidney L. Fortis.
She has two children: Mary Fanny Fortis, born March 25, 1912
and Jane Fortis, born April 18, 1915. She is now living at Bellevue,
Ohio. (1918).



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MINERVA BACON STANCLIFF, 3rd



(3) Minerva, the sixth child of Ralph and Mary Bacon, was born Sep-
tember 22, 1813 in Lake County, Ohio, at Mentor. She moved with
her parents, to Crawford County, Ohio in 1820. In her early life she
she worked out for 50c per week, when calico was 30c per yard. Dur-
ing- this time, she acquired education suflficient to teach school and
])egan teaching at the age of 23 years. She taught 3 years in the
public schools and then felt a call to Mission work. She went to
Upper Sandusky Mission, Wyandotte County, Ohio, where she re-
mained, working with the Indians, for two years. She was not bound
to her elder brother Martin, as the other younger children were, but
took her $100.00 and a cow and went for herself. On October 23,
1842, she was married to Ezra Stanclift. After her mother's death,
they moved to a farm three miles north of Wyandotte, after which
they moved into Wyandotte and kept a grocery store. About 1853
they moved back to the farm they had left and remained there until
1860 when they moved to Lake Ridge, Michigan to care for his
father and mother. After the death of his parents, in 1866 they re-
turned to Ohio and settled in Nevada, where they engaged in the
grocery business until 1870. In 1870 they moved to Agosta where
they lived the rest of their lives and were buried at LaRue, Ohio.
Minerva Bacon Stancliff died April 23, 1886 Eza StanclifT died
December 1, 1872. Six children were born to them, four of them
dying in infancy. Martin and Anna lived to maturitv.



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MARTIN G. STANCLIFF, 4th



(4) Martin G. was born August 16, 1843, died November 21, 1909 at
Montgomery, Alabama. He served in the Civil War for three years
and after his return from the war, married Philinda King of Clinton,
Michigan, and to them were born six daughters — Ada M., Hattie,
Lulu A., Gertrude, Myrtle. Jesse. Martin died November 28, 1909.
and his wife died June 1, 1900.

(5) Ada M. Stanclift was born on "The Ridge," Michigan, on October
18, 1866. While yet a child, her parents moved to Agosta, Marion
County, Ohio and she lived there until she had grown to young
womanhood. She became a teacher and taught for several years,
both in Ohio and Michigan. On December 24, 1901 she married
August E. Young of Mt. Gilead, Ohio, a widower with six children.
He is a harness man. To them, on November 5, 1903, was born a
daughter, Harriet M.

(5) Hattie Stanclift lived in New York City for twenty-five years as -i
trained nurse. She then married E. E. Drown, of Marion, Ohio, in
1921. She was born April 24, 1809.

(5) Lulu A. Stanclift born May 2, 1871, married T. J. Knapp and to them
were born two boys, Carl and Martin J. Lulu died November 19,
1902 at LaRue, Ohio.

(5) Gertrude Stanclift, the fourth oldest daughter of Martin and Phil-
inda Stanclift, was born in lima, Ohio on December 8, 1873. She
spent her younger days at Lima, Ohio, later moving to Clinton,
Michigan for a few years when they moved to Toledo, Ohio, where
she remained until her marriage in 1891, to Charles W. Deacon of
Toledo. There were five children born to them, as follows : Edith
May, born November 2, 1892; Ralph Edward, born September 6,
1900; Ruth Marion, born May 19, 1903; Helen Dorothy, born March
26, 1911; Mary Elizabeth, born December 10, 1913.

In march of 1910, they moved with their children to a place four
miles north of Pittsford, Michigan, where they now live (1919). In 1917,
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(5) Myrtle Vivian Stanclift, was born August 2o, 1870 and was married
to Karl L. Benner on April 6, 1898. They had three children: Viv-
ian J., born December 9, 1899; Clemens S., born May 14, 1902; and,
Gertrude C, born March 30, 1904. They are now living at lOOS
Franklin Ave., Fremont, Ohio.

(5) Jessie Stanclift was born July 3, 1878 and died August 2, 1897, at
the age of 19 years.

(4) Anna E. Stanclift was married to Easton E. Drown of Marion, Co.,
Ohio, on March 7, 1877, at Ada, Ohio. They lived on a farm near
Agosta, Ohio, in Marion County, for a number of years. They then
went to Pomona, California for two years after which they returned
to Marion, Ohio. Mr. Drown was elected sheriff of Marion County
and he retired after the expiration of his office. Mrs. Drown had
failing health and died at Marion ,Ohio, June 29, 1918. They had
had no children. Mr. Drown later married Hattie Stanclift in 1921.



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CLARISSA BACON ODELL, 3rd

(3) Clarissa Bacon was the seventh child of Ralph and Mary J. Bacon,
she was born on a farm near Mentor, Ohio, July 1, 1815. When
she was five years old, she moved with her parents to Crawford
County, east of Bucyrus, where she spent her childhood and young
wonamhood. She was married at her father's home to Abial Odell
of New York state. As soon as they were married they started, witli
all their belongings packed in a gipsy wagon, for Milwaukee, Wis-
consin. The wagon was drawn by a yoke of oxen and Clarissa rode
a horse. They were three weeks on the road. Her husband was a
carpenter and contractor and built houses in Milwaukee. They lived
in Milwaukee about 18 years, and in 1850 moved to Bowmanville,
Canada. They had seven children born in Milwaukee and twin boys
were born after they moved to Canada. Six of the nine children
died in infancy or early childhood. Philander Eddy Odell, born July
7, 1840, died September 14, 1856, aged 16 years, 2 months. Malvina
Jane Odell, born July 11, 1841, died December 7, 1857, age 16 years,
4 months. Melissa and Salina Odell, (twins), were born June 26,
1844. Melissa died when 3 weeks old. Caroline Odell, born in
1847, died November 29, 1862. Malcolm Eli Odell, born September
15, 1853, died October 4, 1853. Marion Odell, born January 13,
1839, died August 2, 1908. Malancthon H. Odell and EH were twins
born September 15, 1853. Clarissa Bacon Odell died January 14,
1864. Her husband died at the home of his daughter Salina, at Fort
Hope, Canada, March 7, 1888, at the age of 76 years.



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MARION BERTHIA ODELL, 4th

(4) Marion Bertha Odell was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1839.
At the age of 11 years, she moved with her parents to Bowmanville,
Canada, where she later married Joseph McLean. He was a dry
goods merchant. He was a tall, fine looking Scotchman. They had
three children. The oldest, Nellie, was scalded to death when two
years old. Lena was the second child and the name of the third is
not known.

(5) Lena McLean married J. B. Mitchell of Bowmanville, Canada, where
they have always lived. He has been manager of a piano factory
there for 20 years and mayor of the town for 10 years. They have
two sons, Fred and Rodney, who are both married. Fred is 38 years
old and has one son, Kenneth, age 7 years. Rodney is 36 years old
and has one son, Barnard, age 10 years. 1916.



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SALINA ADAMS ODELL, 4th

(4) Salina Odell is the daughter of Abial and Clarissa Bacon Odell anl
was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on June 26, 1844. Her twin
sister, Melissa, died when she was three weeks old. Salina moved
with her parents, to Bowmanville, Canada when she was 6 years
old. After the death of her mother, in 1864, she kept house for her
father and brother Melancthon for a number of years. Her father
then went back to Ohio and was married again. Salina was marrie


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