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  1. Alvin Richardson Daniels: Birth: 18 FEB 1829 in Mentor, Geagua, OH. Death: 26 JUL 1902 in Pasadena, Los Angeles, CA

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  3. Eunice Daniels: Death: ABT 1932

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2. Title:   ralphroberts.ged

Notes
a. Note:   [ralphroberts.ged] [919019.ged] !Birth: Whitcomb, Frank H., VITAL STATISTICS OF THE TOWN OF KEENE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Keene, N.H., Sentinel Printing Company, 1905, FHLC #1005549, p. 20. From his obituary: "He died on Sunday last after an illness of a few days, age 79 years. He was born in the year 1794 in the town of Keene, N.H. and emigrated to the Western reserve of Ohio, an almost unbroken wilderness, in the spring of 1814. This was very soon after the burning of the town of Buffalo by the British at which time he noticed the timbers of many of the large buildings were smoking, and cannon balls were skattered about like hail. In July 2, 1818, he married Eunice, the younger daughter of Nathan Mann, who also came in the year 1814 from Chester, Mass. with his wife and two daughters. Settling in the same year on the farm on which Amos Daniels died. She died in 1863, he having survived her ten years. !Oilskin notes written by Virginia Hostettler in the 1920's when she traveled to Ohio to look into family ancestry. "Amos Daniels was born at Keene, New Hampshire in 1794. When 18 years of age he married Miss Lydia Fletcher, the impromptu wedding taking place on Christmas Eve aftr they had witnessed the marriage of friends. Following his wife's death, which occurred in a few months, he inlisted in the War of 1812. The next year he made a trip on horseback to Ohio. In passing the ruins of Fort Erie and Buffalo he picked up a canonball which was for years used as a stopper to the family vinegar barrel. In 1815 Amos moved with his father to Ohio, where his friends told him of a young school teacher, who bore a marked resemblance to his first wife and upon seeing Eunice Mann standing in the doorway of the schoolhouse he declared her to be his future wife. They were married July 2d 1818. Amos Daniels was a staunch abolitionist and in the 1840's his home was opened to Mr. and Mrs. Abbey Kelley Foster. Amos Daniels was of the broad shouldered, English type with light brown hair and blue eyes. He died on August 17th 1873. Eunice Mann Daniels died May 11th 1863 in her 65 year. They are laid to rest in the Mentor Cemetery." !Death: MENTOR CEMETERY LAKE COUNTY, OHIO, Inscriptions copied 1928 by New Connecticut Chapter DAR Year 1958-1959, Painesville, OH, p.24. Age 79 when died.


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