1920-1922 Cleveland Registry Delivery Book

One of the objectives of our online presence is to digitize the resources in our archives that might not exist elsewhere and to provide this information to our members and the public as a whole for their family research.  The latest in this offering is the Cleveland Registry Delivery Book from September 18th, 1920 through June 14th, 1922.

This over-sized book required multiple scans which were then stitched together for ease of viewing.  All of these pages can be found in our community tree at http://tree.clevelandhistoricalsociety.com/showsource.php?sourceID=S112&tree=CHSTree01.  To avoid having the end-user have to go through each and every page, We’ve composed the index below (to the best of our ability) to identify the company and surnames on each page.

The registry includes the following information:

  • Date Received
  • Office From Which Received
  • Date of Postmark
  • Class
  • BPE No.
  • No. Of Registration Letter On The Parcel
  • Office Of Origin
  • To Whom Addressed
  • Date Of Delivery
  • Signature of Receiving Person

Company

Pages

Bank of Cleveland 32
Bowman and Jones 30, 46
Cleveland Candle Company 18, 26
Cleveland Metal Productions Co. 46-48
Cleveland Veneer Mills 20
E. Morenus & Company 2-32, 50-54
Lakeside Press 22-24, 34, 40
LF Bitz and Sons 6, 8, 14, 24-28, 46, 54
M. Apps & Sons 10
Oneida Lake Sand Company 18
Standard Therm. Corp. 30-54

Company

Pages

Allen, Helen A. 28
App, Eva Weber 12, 24
App, George 14
Avery, Elizabeth 36
Babcock, Dr. W. G. 2-8, 12-16, 38
Baden, George 8
Baden, Jennie 8
Baker, George G. 16-20, 24-28, 54
Baker, M.K. 28
Batchelor, Eliza 40
Beach, Ella 28
Beach, Mary E. 8
Beauchamp, Mayme 24, 28
Beebe, Daisy 40
Beebe, William 44
Bennett, Iola 40
Best, Carroll 8
Best, Charles 8
Best, Harry 4, 6, 42, 44
Best, Louis 26, 32-38
Betts, Frank A. 46
Bitz, Mrs. John 8, 48, 52
Blanchard, W.E., Esq. 44
Bonneau, Alfred 14
Bonneau, Floyd 14
Bonneau, Mrs. Leon 6
Boyd, Jimmie 34
Brosius, Harriet 48
Burton, Harold F. 52
Button, George 18, 22, 40-50, 54
Button, J.N. 52
Butts, Frank A. 50
Chapman, P.M. 44
Cheeseman, George 54
Ciafarano, James 40
Clark, E.C. 2
Clemons, D. 28
Cleveland, Joseph J. 20
Coffin, G.W. 22-26, 32
Collier, Fred E. 42
Cooper, Marion 36-40
Cooper, Vincent 2, 8, 22, 30
Cooper, William 2-10, 26-34, 52-54
Dawley, Jessie 46
Dawley, Marion 18
De Land, J.S. 42
De Vries, Gezina 42
De Vries, Richard 12, 14, 38, 42, 50, 54
Deans, Thomas D. 36, 40-42, 50
Decker, Louis 54
Decker, Rose 38, 44
Delahunt, Bernhard L. 10, 18, 22-26, 30, 34
Delahunt, E.J. 30-38, 50
Delahunt, Thomas 44
Doud, Lillian P. 46
Duhamel, James L 18
Duhamel, Victorine 38, 54
Dunham, F. 28
Dwyer, Lillian A. 4, 6, 10-38,
Dyer, William 2
Eddy, H.J. 18
Eye, Frank 10
Fitzpatrick, John 2, 8, 22
Fitzpatrick, Katie 4
Fitzpatrick, William 2, 16, 22
Foster, B.G. 26
Foster, Charles, E. 2, 10-16, 24, 28, 40-46, 50
Foster, James C. 20, 40, 42
Frank, Charles .J. Collector 6, 12
Franseca, S. 2
Gallagher, James 2-16, 20-22, 26-32, 36-38, 42, 52
Gallagher, William 4, 6, 10-14, 18-20, 26-32, 36, 42-50, 52
Garlick, E.E. 40
Garlick, William F. 4, 26, 36, 40
Goldwood, Addie 20
Goldwood, Burtis 20
Goldwood, Fred 6
Goodrich, Dr. Earl 50
Goodrich, John 22, 30-32
Gouchie, Francis 36, 48
Gouchie, John 4, 12, 18
Gouchie, Louis E. 20, 26
Green, Irvin J. 30, 34
Grisweld, E.D. 14
Guttman, Aug 46
Hamilton, Wesley 54
Happle, John 34-36, 48
Harding, Charles F. 26, 44
Harkins, Ms. Libbie 4
Harrington, L. 42
Hart, Watson 26
Haskins, J.P. 16
Hastings, Ernest 2
Heinly, Geoff H. 24, 44
Heinly, M. 42
Herman, William N. 2, 10, 36, 42
Home, Davis 16
Hoover, Anthony 52
Houser, Fred, Sr. 46
Howe, Frank F. 18, 26
Irish, Mary Ann 42
Jackson, Alice L. 32
Jennings, L.J. 52
Jennings, Rev. Thomas H. 54
Johnson, Henry 54
Kessler, Bruce 52
Knight, Helen 38
Knight, Jeanne M. 40-44
La Due, Frank 34
La Poite, L.W. 16
La Vancher, Emory 26, 54
Lane, G.H. 2
Larauray, A. 14, 20
Larauray, Fred A. 32, 52
Lechien, Edith 36, 54
Leintr, Alvah 2
Leonard, Henry C. 28, 36, 52
Leonard, Kenny 18
Leonard, Louis 32
Lervellin, Mrs. C.H. 2
Lockerly, Harry 10-12
Lyman, Miss Rose 10, 14, 22
Mach, William F. 40
MacNish, George H. 34
Manning, Frank and Cora 40
Marble, Charles D. 4, 16-20, 30-32, 36, 48-50
Marble, Minnie L 32
Marsh, Mary A. 18
Marshfelder, Edward 54
Mason, Wila B. 48-50
McCullagh, Margaret 30
McNamara, Jane L. 16
Mercy, James R. 34
Miles, Emil 18
Milliman, Loomis H. 28
Morenus, George 52
Morse, Henry D. 6, 10, 18-22, 30, 48-54
Mullen, Frank 22
O’Connor, Howard 52
O’Connor, Ms. Elizabeth 6
O’Connor, Ms. Margaret 10, 28, 48, 54
Oliver, John H. 6, 16, 22
Oogjen, Hendrick 8, 10, 46
Pease, J.E. 12-14, 36
Philo, Anthony 46
Philo, Jennie 16, 34
Porte, Leigh Loa 36
Porter, Benjamin 12, 14
Quinn, Rev. Thomas H. 6-8, 38, 50
Ranhl?, Sophia 10
Risscruk, Dora 44, 48
Robbins, Anna E. 22, 48
Roell, Clifford 42
Rouse, Miss Dora 12
Rutan, D.A. 24, 48
Saddler, Josephine 38, 44
Saltsman, Harvey W. 2
Schindler, Mary M. 10, 22, 26, 40
Schmidt, Frank 12
Schmidt, John G. 32
Schraa, A. 12, 20, 30, 36, 52
Senecal, Gennette 44
Shapiro, Waddi 26
Sixberry, B.M. 42
Smith, Frank 28
Smith, John 48
Smith, LeRoy A. 54
Snowman, Howard 38
Soltes, John J. 28
Soule, C.D. 22
Stanford, Jason 50
Stanford, Nellie M. 6
Stinger, Henry 48
Swarthout?, Ed 38
Terpenny, Catherine 42, 52
Town, Charles 8
Turck, Almy 38
Tyler, J.J. 48
Tynan, Rose 44
Van Buskirk, Francis 22
Van Norman, Rev. C. Lacy 28
Wanner, Louis 18, 30
Watkins, Vern 6, 28, 30, 34
Watson, Arthur 24, 38, 40
Watson, Evrett 30, 38, 44-50
Welch, Mary 30-34
Wells, F.H. 54
West, George R. 30
Whitney, Clara 50
Will, David 28, 30, 40
Willa, Ruby 52
Williams, L.C. 24
Williams, Lawrence F. 38
Wood, Margaret 20, 24
Wood, Rev. George Washington 4
Yancy, Peter 46-48

2 thoughts on “1920-1922 Cleveland Registry Delivery Book

  1. Looks like a large block of time was consumed digitizing this; but wow what a treasure trove of information! Much can be gleaned from this kind of document. Not to mention one can view their ancestors own hand writing!!

  2. On page 44 Jeanette Senecal my great aunt on the Schmidt side received a letter from someone in Cobenz Germany. It was signed for by her son Harry, who just put his initials, H.S..
    The letter had to be from her other son Alden. Francis Alden Senecal was stationed in Coblenz, Germany in The Third Army under the command of Major General Henry T Allen on 8 March 1922 when the letter was delivered. Alden, as he was apt to go by, would have worn The Third Army Patch. If he was there early enough he may have been given the Occupying Army patch which was an A inside of an O and he would have been called a DoughBoy. General John J Pershing took the dough boys and established The Army Sustainment Center in Koblenz.

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