Saturday, December 29, 2007

Charles Place

When lived

How related to Kieran
Great-great-great-great-grandfather (father of Anna Place)

Asa and Nancy (Dutcher) Place

Feb. 17, 1809, in Sabula, Clearfield, Pa.


g Mary Burns (b. 1825; her first husband probably died about 1850), of Clearfield County, Pa.

Adopted Mary's children formher first marriage with Jacob Burns:
g Philip Place (b. 1843/4 in Pennsylvania; m. Martha, who was b. 1842, d. 1910, buried at Round Hill Cemetery); their children include Peleg Place (b. 1865-1866 in Wisconsin) and Arthur Place (b. 1868 in Wisconsin; d. 1912 in Pepin County, Wis.; buried at Round Hill Cemetery)
g Elizabeth Place (b. abt. 1845 in Pa.; m. Christ Carr)
g Rachel Place (b. 1846/7 in Pa.; m. Darius White, son of Ira and Polly White; the two had a daughter, Polly, b. 1866, d. 1952)
g Anna Place (b. April 29, 1849, in Pa., d. April 25, 1937, in Durand, Pepin County, Wis.)
Probably with Mary:
g Eli Place (b. Oct. 5, 1851, in Clearfield County, Penn.; m. Nancy in 1872; d. March 19, 1910, in Pepin County.; buried at Round Hill Cemetery)
g Mary Place (b. abt. 1852/3)
g Truman Place (b. abt. 1855; alt. source says b. 1839, but this doesn't explain who is other is)

Interesting facts
g Appears in 1850 census as a 41-year-old resident of Houston Twp., Clearfield Co., Pa.
g Appears in 1860 census as a 51-year-old resident of Houston Twp., Clearfield Co., Pa.
g In 1863 at age of 54, Charles and brother Levi Place moved from Pennyslvania to Minnesota very briefly but not liking it there came in 1863 to Maple Ridge in Waterville Township, Pepin County, Wis.
g Appears in 1870 census as a 61-year-old resident of Waterville, Pepin Co.; occupation is listed as "laborer in a mill"
g Appears in 1880 census as a 71-year-old resident of Waterville, Pepin Co.; his son Eli and daughter-in-law Nancy are living with him. He is a farmer.

July 21, 1894, in Pepin County, Wis.; buried in Silver Birch Cemetery, Round Hill, Pepin Co.