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Newspaper21 FEB 1891 1-17-2021 02:19 PM
"COVINGTON: …. After a Quarter Century' Officer David McGladery yesterday received a letter that is at present causing him considerable anxiety. It is from a lady named Mrs. Jennie Martin, who resides in Dupont, Jefferson County, Indiana. She states that she has seen his name several times in THE ENQUIRER, and inquired if he was a relative of a number of McGladerys with whom she was acquainted. Mr. McGladery has four brothers and two sisters. The former he has not seen or heard from for twenty-three years and the latter not for twenty-five years. It is needless to say that he answered the letter immediately."
-- "Cincinnati Enquirer," 21 FEB 1891, p. 6
Newspaper25 JUL 1954 12-31-2020 07:49 AM
"'Searsport Briefs' SEARSPORT -- July 23-- Franklin McGlathry of Wellesley. Mass, has been a recent guest of Mr and Mrs. N Smith Clements and Mrs. Jennie Clements."
-"The Bangor Daily News," Bangor, ME, 25 Jul 1954, Sun, p. 7
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Obituary1918 12-29-2020 08:54 AM
"CHARLES HARDON, the son of Nathan and Sally (Hodges) Hardon, was born in Mansfield, Mass., Jan. 2, 1833, and was fitted for college at Mansfield Academy. [¶] After graduation he studied theology at Andover Theological Seminary for three months, at Oberlin Theological Seminary for six months, and later by himself while farming and teaching. He taught at Delaware Literary Institute, Franklin, N. Y., 1856 — 1862; in the preparatory department, Urbana University, Urbana, Ohio, 1862 — 1864. While in Urbana he studied Swedenborgianism at Urbana University. He was ordained in the New Jerusalem Church, Urbana, Dec. 4, 1864, and was stated supply at that church, 1864—1865; at St. Louis, Mo., 1866—1867; in Mansfield and Foxboro, Mass., 1867 — 1868; missionary of the New Church Association for Massachusetts, residing in Lowell, Mass., 1868—1871; pastor at Contoocookville, N. H., 1871 — 1874. He was also principal of the academy in the latter place, which position he held, 1872—1875, and 1877—1879. He was stated supply at Peoria, Ill., 1875 — 1876; at Providence, R. L, 1879 — 1881, and preached at Salem, Mass., 1881—1882.

On account of asthma he gave up preaching and engaged in canvassing. He also published a small paper and many articles in connection with the New Church denomination and in regard to the Single Tax question. [¶] In December, 1914 Mr. Hardon removed to California on account of the climate. Mr. Hardon died of valvular heart disease, April 28, 1917, in Pomona, Cal. The interment was in Pasadena, Cal.

Mr. Hardon published tracts on The Second Coming of our Lord; Regeneration; Atonement; and many other subjects. [¶] "He was ever identified with all that made for the progress and uplift of humanity, an earnest worker and leader for many years in the grange, both local and county, a member of the Odd Fellows' lodge, and a newspaper writer of much local renown, always handling his subject with keen wit and understanding. For several years he was editor and proprietor of the Contoocook Independant, which he founded. He was a true friend, loved and honored by all who knew him."

Mr. Hardon was married, (1) Aug. 20, 1863, to Mary, daughter of David Cathcart of Urbana, Ill. [sic.], who died Dec. 18, 1866; (2) In 1867, to Mrs. Clara A. McGlathry Pratt, daughter of William H. McGlathry of Frankfort, Me., who died March 13, 1870; (3) Sept. 29, 1871, to Annie E., daughter of William H. McGlathry of Frankfort, Me., who died June 5, 1909. [¶] There were four children: Charles H , born June 14, 1864, Pomona, Cal.; Lottie S., born in October, 1866, died April 8, 1869; Rachel E., born in April, 1869, died Sept. 17, 1869; Annie M. (Mrs. J. W. Hazeltine), born in May, 1875, Contoocook, N. H."
Obituary27 MAY 1863 OH Champaign Co Urbana 12-28-2020 11:12 AM
""Obituary.'.... DIED at noon Sunday, May 24th, 1863, David Cathcart, aged seventy nine years. Fifty years ago he was the only teacher of the leading English school in Cincinnati, and met with great success. In those days the schoolmaster had close personal relations with those children he taught, and he had their patronage. He afterwards lived in Dayton, and for many years was post-master there. Ten years ago he came to Urbana and has since resided here. He has lived a very retired life, taking a great interest in horticulture, that most beautiful of all pursuits of old men, which at once bespeaks a calm philosophy and pleasant mind.
-- "Urbana Union," Urbana, OH, 27 May 1863, Wed, p. 3.
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Obituary27 MAY 1863 OH Hamilton Co Cincinnati 12-28-2020 11:12 AM
""Obituary.'.... DIED at noon Sunday, May 24th, 1863, David Cathcart, aged seventy nine years. Fifty years ago he was the only teacher of the leading English school in Cincinnati, and met with great success. In those days the schoolmaster had close personal relations with those children he taught, and he had their patronage. He afterwards lived in Dayton, and for many years was post-master there. Ten years ago he came to Urbana and has since resided here. He has lived a very retired life, taking a great interest in horticulture, that most beautiful of all pursuits of old men, which at once bespeaks a calm philosophy and pleasant mind.
-- "Urbana Union," Urbana, OH, 27 May 1863, Wed, p. 3.
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Obituary27 MAY 1863 OH Montgomery Co Dayton 12-28-2020 11:12 AM
""Obituary.'.... DIED at noon Sunday, May 24th, 1863, David Cathcart, aged seventy nine years. Fifty years ago he was the only teacher of the leading English school in Cincinnati, and met with great success. In those days the schoolmaster had close personal relations with those children he taught, and he had their patronage. He afterwards lived in Dayton, and for many years was post-master there. Ten years ago he came to Urbana and has since resided here. He has lived a very retired life, taking a great interest in horticulture, that most beautiful of all pursuits of old men, which at once bespeaks a calm philosophy and pleasant mind.
-- "Urbana Union," Urbana, OH, 27 May 1863, Wed, p. 3.
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