1899 Cleveland Village Directory – Clay Street

 

Clay Street
1
Frederick T. Kohler
Methodist
2 attending ss
German
Glass Worker
Charlotte M. Kohler
Grace P. Kohler
2
Henrietta Dorland
Methodist
Yankee
Ralph Dorland
Methodist
Glass Worker
Henry W. Wise
Catholic
German
Glass Worker
Maud R. Wise
Catholic
Olivea R. Wise
Catholic
Frederick H. Wise
Catholic
3
Martin App
Catholic
German
George N. App
Catholic
Undertaker
Eva W. App
Episcopal
J. Weber App
4
Frank H. Barry
Methodist
Yankee
Glass Worker
Nellie H. Barry
Methodist
Ray F. Barry
Methodist (ss)
Harry C. Barry
Methodist (ss)
Lesh E. Barry
Methodist (ss)
Edith M. Barry
Methodist (ss)
5
George Collier
None
Yankee
Glass Worker
Blindia Collier
None
Charles H. Collier
None
Fred E. Collier
None
Glass Worker
Lloyd G. Collier
None
6
Blanche DeGroate
French
Anna Stinger
Methodist
French
English
Henry F. Stinger
Methodist
Lens Stinger
Methodist
Edwin Walters
Methodist
Yankee
Glass Worker
Lottie Walters
Methodist
Glen M. Walters
Edwin J. Walters
7
Celina Bonneau
Catholic
French
Yankee
William P Bonneau
Catholic
Glass Worker
Jennie M. Bonneau
Methodist
William Fitzpatrick
Catholic
Irish
8
Robert Drum
None
Dutch
Eva Drum
Methodist
Henry Drum
None
Glass Worker
Jacob Drum
None
Glass Worker
Pearl Stinger
None
Dutch
11
Alfred Bonneau
Catholic
French
Glass Worker
Bertha Bonneau
Episcopal
Floyd Bonneau
Catholic (ss)
Alfred Bonneau
Catholic (ss)
Sadie Bonneau
Catholic (ss)
Lawrence McCluskey
Catholic
Yankee
Glass Worker
Rozlia McCluskey
Catholic
Fred McCluskey
Catholic
Albert L. McCluskey
Catholic
13
Seymour H. Landgraff
None
German
Glass Worker
Helen Landgraff
Methodist
Effie Landgraff
Robert Landgraff
Jessie M. Landgraff
Charles Landgraff
Methodist
15
William Dyre
Catholic
Irish
American
Glass Worker
Mary Dyre
Catholic
Katie Dyre
Catholic
17
Everett E. Watson
None
Yankee
Glass Worker
Lena E. Watson
Methodist
Ailsworth E. Watson
Eva Watson
19
John Best
None
German
Glass Worker
Charles Best
None
Glass Worker
J. Arthur Watson
None
Yankee
Glass Worker
Margaret Watson
Methodist
Ernest Watson
Methodist
Glass Worker
Minnie Watson
Methodist
Arthur Watson
Methodist (ss)
Harry Watson
Methodist (ss)
21
John J. Payne
Methodist (ss)
Yankee
Glass Worker
Frances E. Payne
Methodist
Nora M. Payne
Methodist
Harry Payne
Methodist (ss)
Edna B. Payne
Methodist (ss)
Altha M. Payne
Methodist (ss)
23
William Dwyer
Catholic
4 attending ss
Irish
Glass Worker
Katie Dwyer
Anna Dwyer
Emma Dwyer
Matthew Dwyer
Sylvester Dwyer
25
Clinton H. Drum
Methodist (ss)
Yankee
Glass Worker
Stella M. Drum
Methodist (ss)
Timothy D. Grow
None
Yankee
Glass Worker
Isabella E. Grow
None
27
John Cummins
Yankee
Glass Worker
Edward Cummins
Glass Worker
William Deans
Methodist
Yankee
Glass Worker
Edna Deans
Methodist
Florence M. Deans
Methodist (ss)
Leta A. Deans
Methodist (ss)
George Hamilton
Methodist
Yankee
Glass Worker
Oliver McVey
Catholic
Irish
Glass Worker
Fred Merchant
None
Yankee
Glass Worker
Mary E. Merchant
Methodist
Harold F. Merchant

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2 thoughts on “1899 Cleveland Village Directory – Clay Street

  1. Celina Bonneau, the mother of twenty children (obit), is #7 on Clay street . She is head and her son William and his wife Jennie Stinger Bonneau live with her, as well as her adopted son William Fitzpatrick.

  2. Shave and a haircut, bay rum.
    Who is the barber? Clint Drum.
    (Anyone remember that jingle?)
    But not the Clinton Drum #25 of Clay Street, for he was the mayor (not a barber) of Cleveland during the years 1936 thru 1939. Here he is with his wife Stella Grow and his father and mother in law Timothy and Isabell Grow. Clint’s father and Mother are Robert and Eva, Clay St. family #8.

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