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Where is this located, please? I looked in Muskingum County list, to no avail. Thanks
Added by K.S. on May 24, 2013 5:44 PM
|annie||William and Juanita Morgan|
Please transfer my grandparents, William Miles Morgan Find A Grave 36847149 and Juanita Cussins Morgan Find A Grave 36847222 to me.
Annie Find A Grave# 47889443
Added by annie on May 21, 2013 5:16 AM
|jkahn||Found biography entry for Sylvanus|
Sylvanus F. Bowser per Addison B. Bowser, "The Bowser Family History" (1922) page 66-67:
SYLVANUS F. BOWSER
Mr. Bowser was born August 8, 1854, eight miles north of Fort Wayne, Ind. His father was John H. Bowser and his mother's maiden name was
About three months of elementary instruction in the district school was the extent of his school experience. Later, however, self-instruction gave
him some knowledge of primary arithmetic.
Chopping wood, delivering ice and other rough labor served as his introduction to the business of earning a livelihood. He traveled for some time
as salesman for a paper house. At the age of 31 (1885) he conceived the idea of a self-measuring pump for coal oil. With the aid of his brother and his nephew, ______ A. Bowser, he built the first device, and continued to build others from that time on.
Likewise, he sold the products of the embryo shop, was its bookkeeper and general majiager until the business was started and was its president for thirty-seven years. January 1, 1922, he was elected chairman of the board
The company which grew out of such a small beginning has branched out and expanded until today S. F. Bowser & Company, Inc., employs about
twenty-five hundred people; has two subsidiary companies (S. F. Bowser Co., Ltd., Toronto, Canada, and S. F. Bowser & Co. of Texas, Dallas, Tex.) has a manufacturing plant at Milwaukee, Wis. ; has warehouses in Albany, N. Y. ; Dallas. Tex., and San Francisco, Calif. ; tank assembly plants at Albany, Dallas, San Francisco and Sydney, Australia, and offices and salesmen
in all of the principal cities of the world.
The company is valued at approximately ten million dollars, has a payroll of two and one-quarter million dollars per year and is enjoying steady growth and development.
As stated, Mr. Bowser is now chairman of the board of directors, and Allen A. Bowser, who helped start the business, and Harry M. Bowser, his son, are vice-presidents.
Mr. Bowser was married in 1877 to Sarah F. Russell and to this union six children were born: Harry, Eva, William Hugh, Albert, Verne and Mildred.
Mr. Bowser is enjoying vigorous health in his sixty-eighth year and gives promise of many years more of active business life.
I ALSO HAVE A PHOTO FROM THE BOOK IF YOU'D LIKE A COPY OF THE PICTURE
Added by jkahn on May 19, 2013 8:21 AM
|Kathy Robinson||Crescent Heights Cemetery|
Thank you so much for linking up and adding info to all the requests I sent you for Crescent Heights Cemetery. I sincerely appreciate it!
|Sylvia E. Wilkinson||Nancy Ely Davenport|
Memorial # 19559695.
Thank you so much for posting this memorial. Nancy Ely Davenport was my 4th Great Grandmother.
Sylvia E. Wilkinson
|Lisa King||Theodore Bell|
I was just curious where you got the picture of Ted Bell (memorial 19616095)? Are you related to him?? Thanks for placing it. Ted was my cousin.
|Vera Musgrave Flood||RE: C June Portner Vickers|
Thank you! Thanks, too, for all the work you have done and will do to this web site.
June Portner Vickers is my 1st cousin.
|Matt Kelly||RE: Transfer|
|Charlene Hicks||RE: Charles & Mittie Marshall|
Thank you so much for transferring my parents' memorials over to my care. Charlene
|Marshall Anderson||Marion Anderson Lakamp|
I would like to create a link between my Aunt Marion and her parents buried in Chapin Cemetery if you would like to do that, or transfer maintenance of this family to me. Thanks!
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