Indiana McCaslins

Martha McGuire1897

Martha McGuire
Birth July 1897 35 31
Birth of a brotherFred E McGuire
December 1898 (Age 17 months)
Census 1900 (Age 2 years)
Death of a motherCarrie Everetta Kline
April 11, 1910 (Age 12 years)
Note: Her husband, Charles McGuire is recorded as a widower on the 1910 US Federal Census for Jefferson, Miami, Indiana, which was recorded on 13 May 1910.
Census 1910 (Age 12 years)
Death of a brotherWalter Neil McGuire
September 1968 (Age 71 years)
Burial of a brotherWalter Neil McGuire
September 1968 (Age 71 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Rochester IOOF Cemetery, Plot: Section 15, Row 3 (Find A Grave Memorial# 44699213)

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Marriage: August 23, 1886, Miami, Indiana
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elder brother
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elder sister
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elder brother
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elder sister
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elder brother
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elder brother
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younger brother

Birth1910 Federal Census
Birth1900 US Federal Census
Census1900 US Federal Census
Census1910 Federal Census
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In the 1900 US Federal Census for Jefferson, Miami, Indiana 38-year-old Indiana-born grocer Charles and his 33-year-old Indiana-born wife Carrie [Kline] McGuire have been married 14 years and have had eight Indiana-born children all of whom are living with them in a house that Charles owns. The children are 12-year-old Walter N, 11-year-old Alice, 9-year-old Lymon E, 7-year-old Lathale, 6-year-old Cline A, 4-year-old William D, 2-year-old Martha H and 1-year-old Fred E. Walter, Alice, Lymon and Lathale attended school four months of the past year. Charles parents were born in Ohio, while Carries father was born in Pennsylvania and her mother in Ohio.

In the 1910 US Federal Census for Jefferson, Miami, Indiana, 48-year-old Indiana-born widower Chas [Charles] L McGuire has in his household his Indiana-born children, 22-year-old Walter N, 20-year-old Lyman E, 17-year-old Lathele, 15-year-old Kline A, 14-year-old Donald, 13-year-old Martha and 11-year-old Fred E. Charles is a butcher who owns his shop, Walter is a salesman in his fathers butcher shop, and Lyman is a baker who owns his shop. None of them have been out of work in the past year. The four youngest children, Kline, Donald, Martha and Fred, have attended school in the past year. The family is literate.