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  1. Peter H. Latourrette: Birth: 15 Apr 1861 in Medway, Clark, Oh. Death: 7 Jan 1940

  2. George S. Latourrette: Birth: 9 Jun 1863 in Medway, Clark, Oh. Death: 15 Sep 1948 in Medway, Clark, Oh

  3. Ida M. Latourrette: Birth: 1 Sep 1865 in Medway, Clark, Oh. Death: 7 Jul 1927

  4. Mary Elizabeth Latourette: Birth: 16 Jul 1868 in Medway, Clark, Oh. Death: 15 Jan 1971 in Miami, Dade, Fl

a. Note:   mily number 589. Census states he was 16 years old.
  Birth and death year per "Burials in the New Carlisle Cemetery", Clark Co., OH, compiled by Mrs. Bernis Brien circa 1930-32. Birth and death year per tombstone. "ROBERT LATOURETTE 1833-1911" "JANE H., WIFE OF ROBERT, 1838-1904.
  Marriage date per "Early Marriage Bonds of Ohio" copied by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Book 3 M thru R, compiled under direction of Mrs. Stuart R. Bolin. Pg 196.
  1850 US Census, Bethel Twp, Clark Co, OH, Jul 1850. Wheeler Asst Marshal. L 13, 586/589. James Lattourette 55 m farmer, RE $3150, NJ; Mary 58 f NJ; Joseph 26 m NJ (married within the year); Mary Jane 18 f NJ; Robert 16 m NJ.
  1860 US Census, Bethel Twp, Carlisle, Clark Co, OH, 13 Jul 1860, Keifer Asst Marshal. Film 653-943, p 101. L 32, 736/764. James Latourette 65 m farmer $1000/$190 NY; Mary 65 f NY; Robert 25 m day laborer OH.
  1860 Clark County Ohio Census. p 46, Carlisle Precinct Bethel Twp. Latourette, James 65 NY farmer; Mary 65 NY; Robert 25 OH.
  1870 US Census, Bethel Twp, Clark Co, Ohio, 13 Jun 1870, Minnick Asst Marshal. p 35, L 28, 248/258. Robert Laterette 36 m day laborer $800/$150 OH; Sarah 30 (32?) f keeping house OH; Peter 9 m OH; George 7 m OH; Ida 4 f OH; Mary 1 f OH.
  1880 Census Place: Bethel, Clarke, Ohio Source: FHL Film 1254998 National Archives Film T9-0998 Page 15D Robert LATORETT Self M M W 45 OH Occ: Laborer Fa: NJ Mo: NJ Sarah J. LATORETT Wife F M W 42 OH Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: VA Peter ... LATORETT Son M S W 19 OH Occ: Laborer Fa: OH Mo: OH Gerge S. LATORETT Son M S W 17 OH Occ: Laborer Fa: OH Mo: OH Ida M. LATORETT Dau F S W 15 OH Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH Mary E. LATORETT Dau F S W 11 OH Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
  1910 US Census Ohio Montgomery, Jefferson Twp. District 135 SD 2 ED 135 Sheet 20A?. National Military House. LaTourette Robert, inmate, m w 67 m OH, West VA, OH, English.
  "Roster & Burial Place Deceased Veterans of All Wars from Clark County", as compiled from the records of the bureau of vital statistics maintained by the Clark Co. Recorder's office. Clark Co. Veterans' Service Office, Rm 3 - Court House, Springfield OH. New Carlisle Cemetery, Bethel Twp, p 23. "Robert Le Tourritte, Sec A, Lot 206, Grave 5."
  Listed in the Clark County Directory, Springfield City Directory 1883-1884, Post Office Address of Medway.
  CIVIL WAR, Co. E 153 Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 100 day service per Clark County Historical Society and Beer's History pg. 41. One Hundred Fifty-Third Regiment National Guard. Organized at Camp Dennison, Ohio, May 12, 1864, with Col. Israel Stough as its commander, and Rev. Lucien Clark as Chaplain. At Harper's Ferry, Va., and along the line of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and under Gen. Butler at Bermuda Hundred, during guard and picket duty, was the period of service this regiment expended. During the affair at North River Mills, on July 3, 1864, a detachment of the 153rd became engaged, and lost several officers and men killed and wounded. It was mustered out in the latter part of July, 1864, at Camp Chase, Ohio. The entire regiment was engaged August 2, 1864, losing two men killed, and the Colonel, and eighty-one men prisoners. Company E, was engaged all day July 4, 1864 at South Branch Bridge, loosing two men, prisoners. THE HISTORY OF CLARK COUNTY, OHIO by Beers, 1881. Printed in Clark County Kin, Vol. IX, No. 3, pg.41.
  "The History of Clark Co, Ohio", W. H. Beers & Co, 1881. p 328. Reproduction by Unigraphic, Inc 1972. "Company E - McKinney's one hundred and fifty third O.V.I.: Robert Lattourette. Company E was engaged all day July 1 (?) 1864, at South Branch Bridge, Loosing (sic) two men, prisoners." 1890 Veterans Schedule Ohio Clark County. Special Schedule - Surviving Soldiers, Sailors and Marines and Widows Etc. SD 2, ED 41 Minor Civil Division Medway Precinct. 82 82 Robert LaTourrette, Private, Co. E, 153rd Ohio ?G. 1 May 1864 - 10 Sep 1864, served 4 mos., 11 days.
  From Annie LaTourette White Mar 1998, notes from Verna Jacob. "Robert LaTourrette d 1911, no will - file #5897."
  From Annie Latourette White, Sep 1997. "Copied from a letter sent to me years ago by Verna Jacob. A letter written from David LaTourette by his daughter Maggie Mendenhall Feb 6, 1890 and another Mar 7, 1890, regarding the Roll estate, gives the heirs of James LaTourette and Mary Roll at that time as: John Latourrette, deceased, he left heirs. Henry Latourrette, living David Latourrette, (myself) living Liza Latourrette, living Joseph Latourrette- dead but left heirs Margaret Latourrette, dead, but left heirs James Latourrette, living Mary Jane Latourrette, living Robert Latourrette, living
  Per letter written 7 Aug 1961 by Ruth Shellenbarger, from family bible. b Sept 25, 1832; d. July 1, 1911.
  Hand copied from page. English Version of the Polyglott Bible, Brattleboro Typographic Company 1837. Brattleboro,VT. Robert Latourrette b Sept 25, 1833; d July 1, 1911. Was married to Jane Holman.
  Will. Case no. 5897, no will and the following next of kin. Peter N. LaTourette, son, New Carlisle,OH. George LaTourette, son, Osborn, OH. Ida Mumma, daughter, Dayton, OH. Mary E. LaTourette, daugher, Dayton,OH.
Note:   Name and birth year per 1850 U.S. Census, Bethel Twp, Clark Co., OH, 182, Home number 586, Fa is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.