Descendants of George Caven

Notes


103. William Walter Wiley

School teacher and farmer.

Information per The Genealogical Record of George and Elizabeth Caven, Miami Co., OH, 1989, p. 61.


104. Charles Milton Wiley

Farmer near Burlington, KS

Information per The Genealogical Record of George and Elizabeth Caven, Miami Co., OH, 1989, p. 62.


105. John Arnett Wiley

Cow puncher and farmer.

Information per The Genealogical Record of George and Elizabeth Caven, Miami Co., OH, 1989, p. 62.

Obituary from Lottie Fergus Caven album:

"JOHN WILEY, 81, DIES AT EUREKA HOSPITAL

John Wiley, 81, who had lived in Coffey and Woodson counties all of his life, died at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, December 17, 1958 at the hospital in Eureka. He had been in poor health for several months and in the hospital for three weeks. Mr. Wiley lived around Burlington until 1923 when he moved to Woodson county. Three years ago he went to Lamont to make his home with his daughter, Mrs. John Mattox. Besides Mrs. Mattow he is survived by two other children, Mrs. Ray McKinney, of Yates Center and Bus Wiley of Gridley. Three brothers also survive: Jim Wiley of Lebo and Grover and Charles Wiley of Burlington. Mrs. Wiley died 14 years ago. Funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at 1:30 at the Campbell Funeral Home in Yates Center. Interment will be in Big..."


106. Alta May Wiley

Information per The Genealogical Record of George and Elizabeth Caven, Miami Co., OH, 1989, p. 63.


Hubert Martin

Farmer

Information perThe Genealogical Record of George and Elizabeth Caven, Miami Co., OH. (1989), pg. 63.

Obituary in Lottie Fergus Caven album:

"HUGH MARTIN, 80, DIES AT HOSPTIAL

Hugh Martin, aged 80, died at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, November 11, 1956 at the Coffey county hospital where he had been taken about 1 o'clock that afternoon. He had been ailing since April and had been bedfast at the home on Yuba street for the past week. Mr Martin was born at Marshall, Mo., but had lived in Coffey and Woodson counties, all of hismarried life, except for five years in Oklahoma. The family resided on farms in several communities in each county and moved into Burlington in 1943 wher he followed the carpenter trade. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Alta Martin of the home and four children: Lyle Martin of Columbus Junction, Ia., Glen Martin of Denver, Colo., Mrs. Fay Morris of Yates Center and Mrs Hope Withers of Burlington. Lyle arrived Monday and Mr and Mrs Glen Martin and family will be here today. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon from the Burlington Christian church and will be conducted by the pastor, Rev. Joe Tempfer. Interment will be in Big Creek cemetery."


107. James Roland Wiley

Farmer

Information per The Genealogical Record of George and Elizabeth Caven, Miami Co., OH, 1989, p. 64.


108. Elvira Gertrude Wiley

Married on the same day as her younger brother, Grover.

Information per The Genealogical Record of George and Elizabeth Caven, Miami Co., OH, 1989, p. 65.

Obituary from Lottie Fergus Caven album:

"MRS WILL CONLEY DIES AT FONTANELLE
Grover Wiley received word Saturday, June 4, 1955 of the death of his youngest sister, Mrs. Gerty Conley of Fontanelle, Ia. She had died that morning in the doctor's office, where she had gone for a checkup. Gerty had been in failing health for several years and in a critical condition of late months. She was 72 years old March 17, 1955. Her last visit here was in July, 1947 to attend the funeral of her oldest brother, Will Wiley. The funeral was on Monday, June 6. Those going from here were Charlie Wiley, Mrs. Avis Bowman dn Mr and Mrs Clarence Withers of Burlington and Mrs Bessie Mattox of Lamont, Mr and Mrs Grover Wiley and Jim Wiley of Burlington and Ross Morrow of Wellsville had returned home on Tuesday before her death from a weekend visit with the Conleys."


Will Stephen Conley

He was a farmer moving to Quimby, IA near Will's old home and later to Fontanelle, Adair Co., IA.


119. Mary Jane Russell

Ten children were born to them, with three dying in infancy. She and her husband were divorced after many years.


William Harrison Free

A farmer 3 miles west of Piqua.


121. David Ward Russell

History of Miami Co., Ohio by the Miami Co Historical Society, 1982 states David married Lida Bigger and they had five sons and two daughters.


132. John W. Bourquin

Machinist in Dayton, OH


134. Mary Ann CAVEN

Information per The Genealogical Record of George and Elizabeth Caven Miami Co., OH., Revised, 1989, p. 1.


William D. SUBER

Information per The Genealogical Record of George and Elizabeth Caven Miami Co., OH., Revised, 1989, p. 1, which indicates he was a farmer and thresher.


269. Sarah J. SUBER

Information per The Genealogical Record of George and Elizabeth Caven Miami Co., OH., Revised, 1989, p. 1.


270. James W. SUBER

Information per The Genealogical Record of George and Elizabeth Caven Miami Co., OH., Revised, 1989, p. 1, which indicates he died as an infant.