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Philo Stevenson
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Birth: Jul. 30, 1793
Clinton County
New York, USA
Death: Sep. 27, 1873
Huron County
Ohio, USA

1812. Philo Stevenson, private, 60th New York Artillery Regiment. October 11, 1872. Pension Claim 22302. Served in Capt. Lavoke's Company, 26th Regiment, US Infantry, New York.
Philo Stevenson, a brother of David, was born at Plattsburgh, N.Y. in 1793 and was married to Lucena Ellsworth in 1816. In 1833 he moved from Middleboro, Vt., to Huron County, Ohio, first living in Norwalk township, then in Ripley and coming to Clarksfield in 1843. He was a shoemaker and worked for his brother and lived in the house next east of David's shoeshop. He died in 1873 and his wife in 1876 at the age of 75. Their chidren were Amanda, born in 1821, William T., born in 1824, Oscar Philo, born in 1827, Andrew M., born in 1830, Jane, born in 1832 and Calista, born in 1839. Amanda was married to George Parker in 1839. He was a peddler who lived here before Mr. Stevenson came here. He abandoned her and she married a Mr. Johnson in Washington Territory, and died in Bellevue, Ohio, in 1871. She had a daughter, Malvina Parker, now a resident of Milton, Wisconsin. Philo [Oscar] was married to Ann Hough in 1848 and they had a son, John, who goes by the name of Hough and lives in Iowa. They separated after a time. [Philo Oscar] Stevenson went to California and Washington Territory and was accidently killed there in 1863. William married Lois Hakes, of Fitchville, in 1851, and died in Califronia in 1855. Andrew married Joanna Starr in 1868 and died in Clarksfield in 1902. Calista married Frank Carpenter, of New London, and died at Glenville, near Cleveland, in 1884. Jane was taken sick with typhoid fever in 1845, the year so many were sick with the disease, and while delirious wandered away and was not found until she reached Peru township. She died not long afterward. From: Pioneer History of Clarksfield. 1908 
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  Lucena Ellsworth Stevenson (1793 - 1870)*
  Amanda Stevenson Johnson (1821 - 1871)*
*Calculated relationship
Age 80 y, 1m, 28d.
Clarksfield Methodist Cemetery
Huron County
Ohio, USA
Created by: Betty Gibson
Record added: Jun 07, 2012
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Philo Stevenson
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