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Thomas R. Cannell
Birth: 1805, Isle of Man
Death: Jul. 25, 1884
Cleveland
Cuyahoga County
Ohio, USA

Cannell- One of the old pioneers of Newburg, Thomas Cannell, died Friday morning at 4 o'clock, at the house of his son-in-law, L. R. Davis, Newburg, O. Funeral Sunday at 2 o'clock from residence of L. R. Davis. 7/25/1884. age 78. Harvard Grove Cemetery Cleveland, Ohio.

Thomas married Elizabeth Morrison and their children are linked below except for Elizabeth, 'Eliza' (1835-), the 1st wife of Octave L. Goyette (1830-1884). Thomas was a shoemaker in Newburgh Village, naturalized 20 Jul 1849.
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Patrick Cannell (1755 - 1839)
  Margaret Quayle Cannell (1766 - 1818)
 
 Spouse:
  Eliza Jane Morrison Cannell (1808 - 1853)
 
 Children:
  Thomas Nicholas Cannell (1831 - 1905)*
  John Francis Cannell (1833 - 1906)*
  Harriett G. Cannell Rees (1836 - 1865)*
  Charlotte Jane Cannell Davis (1837 - 1910)*
  William Henry Cannell (1841 - 1879)*
  Morrison John Cannell (1842 - 1861)*
  Emory G. Cannell (1845 - 1921)*
  Johanna Louisa Cannell Wood (1848 - 1911)*
  Frank Edward Cannell (1850 - 1874)*
 
 Siblings:
  John N. Cannell (1800 - 1869)*
  Jane Cannell Corlett (1802 - 1880)*
  Thomas R. Cannell (1805 - 1884)
  Elinor Cannell (1808 - 1815)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Harvard Grove Cemetery
Cleveland
Cuyahoga County
Ohio, USA
Plot: Sec 4, Lot 8
 
Created by: Nancy Brown
Record added: Aug 26, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11612996
Thomas R. Cannell
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Thomas R. Cannell
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- Thucydides
 Added: Aug. 6, 2014
Thanks for the new site, Nancy. I've signed up to take pictures for Austin area cemeteries.
- tcd
 Added: Sep. 10, 2005
Having five sons and two son-in-laws in the Civil War must have been difficult.
- Nancy Brown
 Added: Sep. 10, 2005
 
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