Sarah "Sally" (Brown) Bement Thompson went to live with her son Ezekiel after his first wife died in 1880 until he remarried about 1881. She then went back to live with her daughter and never returned to Indiana. Her grandson, Jim, and son, Ezekiel, put her on the train at Oakland City, Indiana and never saw her again. She taught her granddaughter, Sarah Catherine Bement, how to sew. Later Sarah went to live with a daughter, Dicey Ann, where she died; or she may have gone to live with either step-daughter, Emma Bement Woods or Margaret Bement Eaden, both of whom lived in Kansas. (Source: Flora Davis, great-granddaughter of Sarah "Sally" Bement)spouse: >Bement, Horace (1792 - <1873)
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 26, Ed. 1, Tree #0971, Date of Import: 19 Oct 1999]spouse: >private
Shepard of the Hills cem.
Maude L. (Burchard) Ball Obituary - Moved to Amboy with her parents and sisters in 1874, settling on a farm north of Amboy, now a part of the Praire Repose Cemetery. Sisters are Mable (Burchard) Wooster of Fairfield, Iowa, and Pearl who died previously.spouse: >Ball, Ezra Marsh Jr. (<1866 - )
Sheldon Burchard was a ship's carpenter aboard the Ada Madora which sailed the Great Lakes (a painting of the ship exists).spouse: >McMackin, Mary Jane (1846 - 1921)
Had children by both spouses.spouse: >Devine, Emily L. (~1832 - )
Had six children.spouse: >Evans, Russell (~1828 - )
Had five children.spouse: >???, Huldah Burnham (~1826 - )
Had two children.spouse: >Webb, John C. (~1830 - )
Had two children.spouse: >Bannister, Charles H. (~1831 - )
Had six children.spouse: >Rowe, Anne Maria (~1824 - )
Bessie and Roy were missionaries for the Congo Inland Mission (CIM) from 1934 until 1950. On furlough in 1950, ill health ended their service in the Congo. Little is known about the birth of their first child while they were in Africa, and the subject was never discussed in the home.spouse: >Yoder, Roy Otis (1901 - 1972)
Lela worked in a library and was a dedicated Christian.spouse: >Jenewein, Philip (1892 - 1966)
Rhoda Button married twice.spouse: >Fish, ??? (<1836 - )
Rev. Dr. Adam Brown Caldwell graduated Lafayette College in 1913, Princeton University in 1915, and Princeton Theological Seminary in 1616. He was a Presbyterian minister for more than forty years, primarily at the Walbrook Presbyterian Church in Baltimore, Maryland until he retired in 1958. He was also active in numerous Masonic organizations.spouse: >Sherred, Frances (1888 - 1965)
Alice Williams Caldwell married Calvin L. Waltz in her parents home at Williamsport, Lycoming Co., PA. The wedding was performed by her older brother, Adam Brown Caldwell.spouse: >Waltz, Calvin L. (1905 - 1957)
Had no issue.
Had two children.spouse: >Seward, William Henry (~1878 - >1913)
Louise and Calvin were both killed in automobile accident in California. They had two children that were raised by Calvin's brother. Calvin was a psychiatrist in San Mateo, California. (Source: Martha (Bennett) Howard, March, 1998)spouse: >Young, Calvin L. (1923 - 1960)
JOHN CALDWELL was assistant treasurer of the Lycoming Rubber Works.spouse: >Brown, Anna Margaret (1868 - 1936)
Had no issue.
Had no issue.
Martha Pendred Caldwell was a graduate of Williamsport High School. She took a course in office management given by Penn State University at the former Dickinson Seminary. She married Harvey Lego on 18 Sept 1913, and shortly thereafter they moved to Tyrone, Pennsylvania. Mr. Lego died in 1932, about two years after their return to Williamsport. They had four children.spouse: >Lego, Harvey Melvin (1885 - 1932)
In the 1930's, Martha was a clerk with State Emergency Relief Board and later the County Poor Board. She also did volunteer work for the Red Cross and the Cancer Society. She was the first woman elder of the Lycoming Presbyterian Church and taught Sunday School there for many years. She was known to two generations of draftees before her retirement in 1962 as Chief Clerk of the City Selective Service Board 100. She had served with the city and county draft boards since October, 1940, except for the period between May 1947 and October 1948 when the selective service was discontinued. She is buried in the Wildwood Cemetery in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. (Source: Obituary)
Harvey Lego completed the eighth grade. He was a train dispatcher for the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Had no issue. His wife had two daughters by a previous marriage.spouse: >private