Howey and Mrak Genealogy - Person Page 111

James Caffrey1

M, b. circa 1760
Last Edited4 Jan 2007
Birth*circa 1760James Caffrey was born circa 1760.1 
Marriage*circa 1790He married Louisa (?) circa 1790 at New Jersey. 

Family

Louisa (?) b. circa 1760
Child 1.Rebecca (?)+1 b. 12 Oct 1795, d. 15 Dec 1881

Citations

  1. [S106] Death Certificate, Death certificate of Rebecca Venable, New Jersey State Archives microfilm, 1881-82-10-V53, reel#33. Rebecca Venable, age 87, white,formerly farmer's wife, born NJ, last residence Evesham, Burlington Co., NJ. Father's name James Caffrey, mother's name Louisa Caffrey both born in US. Dat eof death Dec. 15, 1881. Medical attendant L. L. Sharp. Undertaker Samuel Jones, Moorestown. Place of burial Friends Burying Ground Cropwell, NJ.

Michael Cahill1

?
Last Edited30 Sep 2002

Citations

  1. [S61] Newspaper notice, http://www.philly.com/mld/philly/news/local/4180113.htm, 30 Sep 2002.

Euphemia M. Cake1

F, b. 1827
Last Edited11 Jul 2008
Birth*1827Euphemia M. Cake was born in 1827 at New Jersey.1 
She was the daughter of Lawrence Cake and Theodosia French.1 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
11 September 1850Camden, New JerseyEuphemia M. Cake appeared on the census of 11 September 1850 in the household of Lawrence Cake at Camden, New Jersey.2

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, Lawrence Cake househould, 1850 US Federal Census, Camden Middle Ward, Camden, New Jersey; Roll: M432_445; Page: 38; Image: 79.
    Household Members: Name Age
    Emma E Cake 13 All born in NJ
    Euphemia M Cake 23
    Lawrence Cake 52
    Lawrence E Cake 10
    Sarah J Cake 18
    Theolosia Cake 48.
  2. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, Lawrence Cake househould, 1850 US Federal Census, Camden Middle Ward, Camden, New Jersey; Roll: M432_445; Page: 38; Image: 79. Taken 11 Sep 1850
    Household Members: Name Age
    Emma E Cake 13 All born in NJ
    Euphemia M Cake 23
    Lawrence Cake 52
    Lawrence E Cake 10
    Sarah J Cake 18
    Theolosia Cake 48.

Jacob Franklin Cake1

M, b. 31 March 1862
Last Edited11 Jul 2008
Birth*31 March 1862Jacob Franklin Cake was born on 31 March 1862 at New Jersey.1 
He was the son of Lawrence Elmore Cake and Mary Lummis.1 
Name Variationafter 13 December 1862 As of after 13 December 1862, Jacob Franklin Cake was also known as Elmer Franklin Cake.1 

Citations

  1. [S307] Unknown author, WorldConnect Home Page, Message on rootsweb Cake surname board
    Lawrence E. Cake Civil War Pension -- NJ Posted: 11 Jul 2008 3:12AM GMT
    Info from National Archives that Cake family might be interested in:

    Lawrence Elmore Cake
    Civil War Pension Widow application 14298, Certificate 3732 (Mary L Cake)
    Minor 323917, Certificate 173582 (Nathan T. Stratton, Guardian)

    Lawrence Elmore Cake
    Died: 13 Dec 1862 “while engaged in battle with the enemy” at Fredericksburg, VA in battle under General Burnside

    Married: December 1, 1859, Cedarville, NJ by J. A. Annine

    Wife: Mary Lummis
    Born: about 1831 (she was 32 on affidavit 10 Jan 1863)

    Children:
    William Howey Cake, b September 5, 1860, died March 6, 1866
    Jacob Franklin Cake/Elmer Franklin Cake, b March 31, 1862

    Enlisted 1 Sept 1862 in Company I 24th Regiment, NJ Volunteers for 9 months at Beverly, NJ.

    Jacob Franklin's name was changed at his father's death to Elmer Franklin.

    Mary Lummis Cake remarried March 4, 1875 to Amos Lloyd. At that time, Nathan Stratton, aged 62, was appointed guardian (a Stratton was her attorney as well) of the minor child, and managed the pension issues. Lloyd died Sept 25, 1889 at Mullica Hill, NJ, and after that she claimed pension again as a war widow in 1901 at age 71.

    Witnesses in deposition included Priscilla F. Hazleton, S. Josephine Howey, and Edward F. Lummis.

Lawrence Cake1

M, b. 3 February 1799, d. 23 February 1869
Last Edited12 Jul 2008
Birth*3 February 1799Lawrence Cake was born on 3 February 1799 at Deerfield, Cumberland Co., New Jersey.1,2,3 
Marriage*5 February 1827He married Theodosia French on 5 February 1827 at Woodbury, Gloucester Co., New Jersey.1,4 
Death*23 February 1869Lawrence Cake died on 23 February 1869 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at age 70.2 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
11 September 1850Camden, New JerseyLawrence Cake appeared on the census of 11 September 1850 at Camden, New Jersey.5

Family

Theodosia French b. 1802, d. 5 September 1858
Children 1.Euphemia M. Cake1 b. 1827
 2.Sarah Louise Cake+1 b. 25 Jul 1832, d. 18 Apr 1908
 3.Lawrence Elmore Cake+1 b. 1839, d. 13 Dec 1862

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, Lawrence Cake househould, 1850 US Federal Census, Camden Middle Ward, Camden, New Jersey; Roll: M432_445; Page: 38; Image: 79.
    Household Members: Name Age
    Emma E Cake 13 All born in NJ
    Euphemia M Cake 23
    Lawrence Cake 52
    Lawrence E Cake 10
    Sarah J Cake 18
    Theolosia Cake 48.
  2. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, Death file
    File Number: #9402
    Person : Esq. Lawrence Cake
    Address :

    Woodbury, NJ
    Death Date : 2/23/1869 Age: 70 years
    Survivors: Undertaker:
    Undertaker Location:
    Location of Death : Philadelphia, PA Cemetery :
    Cemetery Location :
    Source : Woodbury Constitution Source date : 3/3/1869
    Notes :.
  3. [S101] Unknown author, International Genealogical Index.
  4. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, Marriage file
    Record: #15322
    Groom : Cake, Lawrence (C200) Bride : French, Theodsia (F652)
    Residence : Gloucester Co., NJ Residence : Gloucester Co., NJ
    Father : Father :
    Mother : Mother :

    Marriage Date : 2/5/1827 Official : Miller, Ephraim (J.P.)
    Location : City/State : Woodbury, NJ
    Source : Certificates of Gloucester Co. Source Date : 2/5/1827
    Notes : Bride's name spelled: Theodocia in County Clerk's Records. Filed: 02/06/1827.
  5. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, Lawrence Cake househould, 1850 US Federal Census, Camden Middle Ward, Camden, New Jersey; Roll: M432_445; Page: 38; Image: 79. Taken 11 Sep 1850
    Household Members: Name Age
    Emma E Cake 13 All born in NJ
    Euphemia M Cake 23
    Lawrence Cake 52
    Lawrence E Cake 10
    Sarah J Cake 18
    Theolosia Cake 48.

Lawrence Elmore Cake1

M, b. 1839, d. 13 December 1862
Last Edited12 Jul 2008
Birth*1839Lawrence Elmore Cake was born in 1839 at New Jersey.2 
He was the son of Lawrence Cake and Theodosia French.3 
Marriage*1 December 1859Lawrence Elmore Cake married Mary Lummis on 1 December 1859 at Cedarville, Cumberland Co., New Jersey.1,4 
Death*13 December 1862Lawrence Elmore Cake died on 13 December 1862 at while engaged in battle under Gen. Burnside, Fredericksburg, Virginia.1 
Name Variation1 December 1859 As of 1 December 1859, Lawrence Elmore Cake was also known as Lawrence Elmer Cake.4 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
11 September 1850Camden, New JerseyLawrence Elmore Cake appeared on the census of 11 September 1850 in the household of Lawrence Cake at Camden, New Jersey.2

Family

Mary Lummis b. 1831
Children 1.William Howey Cake1 b. 5 Sep 1860, d. 6 Mar 1866
 2.Jacob Franklin Cake1 b. 31 Mar 1862

Citations

  1. [S307] Unknown author, WorldConnect Home Page, Message on rootsweb Cake surname board
    Lawrence E. Cake Civil War Pension -- NJ Posted: 11 Jul 2008 3:12AM GMT
    Info from National Archives that Cake family might be interested in:

    Lawrence Elmore Cake
    Civil War Pension Widow application 14298, Certificate 3732 (Mary L Cake)
    Minor 323917, Certificate 173582 (Nathan T. Stratton, Guardian)

    Lawrence Elmore Cake
    Died: 13 Dec 1862 “while engaged in battle with the enemy” at Fredericksburg, VA in battle under General Burnside

    Married: December 1, 1859, Cedarville, NJ by J. A. Annine

    Wife: Mary Lummis
    Born: about 1831 (she was 32 on affidavit 10 Jan 1863)

    Children:
    William Howey Cake, b September 5, 1860, died March 6, 1866
    Jacob Franklin Cake/Elmer Franklin Cake, b March 31, 1862

    Enlisted 1 Sept 1862 in Company I 24th Regiment, NJ Volunteers for 9 months at Beverly, NJ.

    Jacob Franklin's name was changed at his father's death to Elmer Franklin.

    Mary Lummis Cake remarried March 4, 1875 to Amos Lloyd. At that time, Nathan Stratton, aged 62, was appointed guardian (a Stratton was her attorney as well) of the minor child, and managed the pension issues. Lloyd died Sept 25, 1889 at Mullica Hill, NJ, and after that she claimed pension again as a war widow in 1901 at age 71.

    Witnesses in deposition included Priscilla F. Hazleton, S. Josephine Howey, and Edward F. Lummis.
  2. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, Lawrence Cake househould, 1850 US Federal Census, Camden Middle Ward, Camden, New Jersey; Roll: M432_445; Page: 38; Image: 79. Taken 11 Sep 1850
    Household Members: Name Age
    Emma E Cake 13 All born in NJ
    Euphemia M Cake 23
    Lawrence Cake 52
    Lawrence E Cake 10
    Sarah J Cake 18
    Theolosia Cake 48.
  3. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, Lawrence Cake househould, 1850 US Federal Census, Camden Middle Ward, Camden, New Jersey; Roll: M432_445; Page: 38; Image: 79.
    Household Members: Name Age
    Emma E Cake 13 All born in NJ
    Euphemia M Cake 23
    Lawrence Cake 52
    Lawrence E Cake 10
    Sarah J Cake 18
    Theolosia Cake 48.
  4. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, Marriage file
    Record: #25927
    Groom : Cake, Lawrence Elmer (C200) Bride : Lummis, Mary L. (L520)
    Residence : Franklinville, NJ Residence : Cedarville
    Father : Father :
    Mother : Mother :

    Marriage Date : 12/1/1859 Official : Annin, J.A. Rev.
    Location : City/State : Cedarville
    Source : Woodbury Constitution Source Date : 12/13/1859
    Notes :.

Sarah Louise Cake

F, b. 25 July 1832, d. 18 April 1908
Last Edited11 Jul 2008
Birth1831Sarah Louise Cake was born in 1831.1 
Birth*25 July 1832She was born on 25 July 1832.2 
She was the daughter of Lawrence Cake and Theodosia French.1 
Marriage*13 January 1859Sarah Louise Cake married William Howey, son of William Howey and Hannah Peterson, on 13 January 1859 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3 
Burial*circa 18 April 1908Sarah Louise Cake was buried circa 18 April 1908 at Friends Burying Ground, Mullica Hill, Harrison Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey.2 
Death*18 April 1908She died on 18 April 1908 at age 75.2,4 
Married NameHer married name was Howey. 
Note*Witness in deposition for Civil War pension of Lawrence Elmore Cake

Message on rootsweb Cake surname board
Lawrence E. Cake Civil War Pension -- NJ Posted: 11 Jul 2008 3:12AM GMT
Info from National Archives that Cake family might be interested in:

Lawrence Elmore Cake
Civil War Pension Widow application 14298, Certificate 3732 (Mary L Cake)
Minor 323917, Certificate 173582 (Nathan T. Stratton, Guardian)

Lawrence Elmore Cake
Died: 13 Dec 1862 “while engaged in battle with the enemy” at Fredericksburg, VA in battle under General Burnside

Married: December 1, 1859, Cedarville, NJ by J. A. Annine

Wife: Mary Lummis
Born: about 1831 (she was 32 on affidavit 10 Jan 1863)

Children:
William Howey Cake, b September 5, 1860, died March 6, 1866
Jacob Franklin Cake/Elmer Franklin Cake, b March 31, 1862

Enlisted 1 Sept 1862 in Company I 24th Regiment, NJ Volunteers for 9 months at Beverly, NJ.

Jacob Franklin's name was changed at his father's death to Elmer Franklin.

Mary Lummis Cake remarried March 4, 1875 to Amos Lloyd. At that time, Nathan Stratton, aged 62, was appointed guardian (a Stratton was her attorney as well) of the minor child, and managed the pension issues. Lloyd died Sept 25, 1889 at Mullica Hill, NJ, and after that she claimed pension again as a war widow in 1901 at age 71.

Witnesses in deposition included Priscilla F. Hazleton, S. Josephine Howey, and Edward F. Lummis.5 
NoteBased on her birth date and her burial with the family bearing the HOWEY name she appears to be the wife of William Howey. 
Name Variation Sarah Louise Cake was also known as S. Josephine.2 
Married NameHer married name was Josephine Howey. 
Name Variation13 January 1859 As of 13 January 1859, Sarah Louise Cake was also known as Sallie Josephine F. Cake.3 
(Witness) Will1944She witnessed the will of Emma Josephine Howey in 1944 at Salem Co., New Jersey.6,7 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
11 September 1850Camden, New JerseySarah Louise Cake appeared on the census of 11 September 1850 in the household of Lawrence Cake at Camden, New Jersey.8
12 August 1870Harrison Twp., New JerseySarah Louise Cake appeared on the census of 12 August 1870 in the household of William Howey at Harrison Twp., New Jersey; William Howey, 40, farmer, Josephine, 38, Emma Jr, 5/12, 2 domestics, and a farm laborer. Estate is quite large, real estate $16000 and personal $3000.9
1880Mullica Hill, New JerseySarah Louise Cake and William Howey appeared on the census of 1880 at Mullica Hill, New Jersey.10

Family

William Howey b. 22 December 1829, d. 25 August 1894
Marriage*13 January 1859Sarah Louise Cake married William Howey, son of William Howey and Hannah Peterson, on 13 January 1859 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3 
Children 1.William Howey b. 29 Jul 1868, d. 3 Aug 1868
 2.Emma Josephine Howey b. 3 Jan 1870

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, Lawrence Cake househould, 1850 US Federal Census, Camden Middle Ward, Camden, New Jersey; Roll: M432_445; Page: 38; Image: 79.
    Household Members: Name Age
    Emma E Cake 13 All born in NJ
    Euphemia M Cake 23
    Lawrence Cake 52
    Lawrence E Cake 10
    Sarah J Cake 18
    Theolosia Cake 48.
  2. [S253] Unknown author, Valerie Caulfield, E-mail 8/27/2003. Mullica Hill Friends Cemetery
    William Howie B. Dec 22, 1829-Aug 25, 1894
    S. Josephine July 25, 1832-April 18, 1908

    in a different section
    William Howey July 29, 1868- Aug 3, 1868
    If that one a son, he is not buried by the parents.
  3. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, marriage record #5788.
  4. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, File Number: #32466 Person : S. Josephine Howey Address :
    Death Date :
    Age: 75 years Survivors: Undertaker: Undertaker Location: Location of Death : Cemetery : Friends Burying Ground Cemetery Location : Mullica Hill, NJ Source : Woodbury Constitution Source date : 4/22/1908 Notes : Died: Saturday morning. Widow of William of Mullica Hill, NJ. In Gloucester County Democrat issue 4/23/1908, the age is given as 75 years 9 months; buried Teusday; survivor: 1 daughter, Mrs. Emma Ridgeway.
  5. [S307] Unknown author, WorldConnect Home Page, Message on rootsweb Cake surname board
    Lawrence E. Cake Civil War Pension -- NJ Posted: 11 Jul 2008 3:12AM GMT
    Info from National Archives that Cake family might be interested in:

    Lawrence Elmore Cake
    Civil War Pension Widow application 14298, Certificate 3732 (Mary L Cake)
    Minor 323917, Certificate 173582 (Nathan T. Stratton, Guardian)

    Lawrence Elmore Cake
    Died: 13 Dec 1862 “while engaged in battle with the enemy” at Fredericksburg, VA in battle under General Burnside

    Married: December 1, 1859, Cedarville, NJ by J. A. Annine

    Wife: Mary Lummis
    Born: about 1831 (she was 32 on affidavit 10 Jan 1863)

    Children:
    William Howey Cake, b September 5, 1860, died March 6, 1866
    Jacob Franklin Cake/Elmer Franklin Cake, b March 31, 1862

    Enlisted 1 Sept 1862 in Company I 24th Regiment, NJ Volunteers for 9 months at Beverly, NJ.

    Jacob Franklin's name was changed at his father's death to Elmer Franklin.

    Mary Lummis Cake remarried March 4, 1875 to Amos Lloyd. At that time, Nathan Stratton, aged 62, was appointed guardian (a Stratton was her attorney as well) of the minor child, and managed the pension issues. Lloyd died Sept 25, 1889 at Mullica Hill, NJ, and after that she claimed pension again as a war widow in 1901 at age 71.

    Witnesses in deposition included Priscilla F. Hazleton, S. Josephine Howey, and Edward F. Lummis.
  6. [S253] Unknown author, Valerie Caulfield, Val states that Mullica Hill Friends Meeting (formerly Woolwich Prep Meeting) minutes list a 1944 will from Emma J. Ridgeway who left $250 to the meeting "for care of graves of my mother and father, Josephine Howey and William Howey, my brother William Howey; and my grandparents William and Hannah Howey.
  7. [S332] Salem Quarterly Meeting, Salem Quarter, Mullica Hill Friends Meeting (formerly Woolwich Prep Meeting) minutes list a 1944 will from Emma J. Ridgway who left $250 to the Meeting "for care of graves of my mother and father, Josephine Howey and William Howey, my brother William Howey; and my grandparents William and Hannah Howey."
  8. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, Lawrence Cake househould, 1850 US Federal Census, Camden Middle Ward, Camden, New Jersey; Roll: M432_445; Page: 38; Image: 79. Taken 11 Sep 1850
    Household Members: Name Age
    Emma E Cake 13 All born in NJ
    Euphemia M Cake 23
    Lawrence Cake 52
    Lawrence E Cake 10
    Sarah J Cake 18
    Theolosia Cake 48.
  9. [S52] 1870 US Federal Census Record, Gloucester Co. microfilm M593/862/page 195B, lines 7-12.
  10. [S43] 1880 US Federal Census Record, William Howey Household, US Census 1880, microfilmT9-0781, Page Number 420D
    Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
    William HOWEY Self M Male W 50 NJ Farmer NJ NJ
    Josephine HOWEY Wife M Female W 47 NJ Keeping House NJ NJ
    Emma HOWEY Dau S Female W 10 NJ At School NJ NJ
    Alexander BATH Other S Male W 20 NJ PA SCOTLAND.

William Howey Cake1

M, b. 5 September 1860, d. 6 March 1866
Last Edited11 Jul 2008
Birth*5 September 1860William Howey Cake was born on 5 September 1860 at New Jersey.1 
He was the son of Lawrence Elmore Cake and Mary Lummis.1 
Death*6 March 1866William Howey Cake died on 6 March 1866 at New Jersey at age 5.1 

Citations

  1. [S307] Unknown author, WorldConnect Home Page, Message on rootsweb Cake surname board
    Lawrence E. Cake Civil War Pension -- NJ Posted: 11 Jul 2008 3:12AM GMT
    Info from National Archives that Cake family might be interested in:

    Lawrence Elmore Cake
    Civil War Pension Widow application 14298, Certificate 3732 (Mary L Cake)
    Minor 323917, Certificate 173582 (Nathan T. Stratton, Guardian)

    Lawrence Elmore Cake
    Died: 13 Dec 1862 “while engaged in battle with the enemy” at Fredericksburg, VA in battle under General Burnside

    Married: December 1, 1859, Cedarville, NJ by J. A. Annine

    Wife: Mary Lummis
    Born: about 1831 (she was 32 on affidavit 10 Jan 1863)

    Children:
    William Howey Cake, b September 5, 1860, died March 6, 1866
    Jacob Franklin Cake/Elmer Franklin Cake, b March 31, 1862

    Enlisted 1 Sept 1862 in Company I 24th Regiment, NJ Volunteers for 9 months at Beverly, NJ.

    Jacob Franklin's name was changed at his father's death to Elmer Franklin.

    Mary Lummis Cake remarried March 4, 1875 to Amos Lloyd. At that time, Nathan Stratton, aged 62, was appointed guardian (a Stratton was her attorney as well) of the minor child, and managed the pension issues. Lloyd died Sept 25, 1889 at Mullica Hill, NJ, and after that she claimed pension again as a war widow in 1901 at age 71.

    Witnesses in deposition included Priscilla F. Hazleton, S. Josephine Howey, and Edward F. Lummis.

Robert Calhoun1

M
Last Edited7 Jan 2010
Marriage*circa 1940Robert Calhoun married Josephine Emma Howey, daughter of Roscoe W. Howey and Josephine Lingg, circa 1940.1 

Family

Josephine Emma Howey b. 20 February 1918, d. 25 August 2010

Citations

  1. [S38] Individual contact, William N. Schlitz e-mail 5 Jan 2010.

Mary Calkitt

F, b. 11 November 1801, d. 8 September 1877
Last Edited20 Apr 2003
Marriage*Mary Calkitt married Josiah Peacock, son of John Peacock and Mary Prickitt
Birth*11 November 1801Mary Calkitt was born on 11 November 1801. 
Death*8 September 1877She died on 8 September 1877 at Chairville, Burlington Co, New Jersey, at age 75. 
Note*Person Source.1 
Married NameHer married name was Peacock. 

Family

Josiah Peacock b. 27 February 1796, d. 3 March 1874

Citations

  1. [S314] Unknown author, Cemetery Records, The Peacock Family Burying Ground, Chairville, Burlington Co. In 1926it was located on a farm owned by Mrs. George Wright. Eva Budd (Mrs.Joseph R. Bodine)copied it in 1926.

Ann Callahan1,2

F
Last Edited10 Apr 2005
Marriage*10 July 1824Ann Callahan married Abraham Harris, son of Nicholas Harris and Sarah Sheppard, on 10 July 1824 at Salem Co., New Jersey.1,2 
Married Namecirca 1815 As of circa 1815,her married name was Harris.1 

Family

Abraham Harris b. circa 1787, d. 1847

Citations

  1. [S147] Benjamin Harris, A History of the Harris Family, "He continued a widower for some years and then married a girl I think of the name Callahan by whom he has 2 or 3 children. He died I think in 1847 at the age of about 60.
  2. [S147] Benjamin Harris, A History of the Harris Family, p. 92.

(?) Callaway1

M
Last Edited10 Sep 2005
Marriagecirca 1990(?) Callaway married Fanny Elizabeth Webster, daughter of Holmes Webster and Drucilla Howey, circa 1990.1 

Citations

  1. [S370] ObitsArchive.com, online http://oa.newsbank.com, Press of Atlantic City, The (NJ) - July 19, 1996
    Deceased Name: RAYMOND CHEESEMAN
    RAYMOND CHEESEMAN, 42, of Cedarville, Lawrence Township, died Wednesday in Fairfield Township as the result of a swimming incident in the Cohansey River.
    Mr. Cheeseman worked at Higbee's Marina in Fortescue for 13 years.
    He was born in Bridgeton.
    Surviving are his wife, Patricia; a son, Raymond C. of Cedarville; his parents, Raymond H. and Drucilla of Millville; a brother, Edward of Florida; and two sisters, Fanny Callaway of Baltimore and Alice A. of Cedarville.
    Services will be held 1 p.m. Monday at the Padgett Funeral Home, 160 Main St., Cedarville, where friends may call one hour earlier.
    Burial will be in Centre Grove Methodist Cemetery.

Edward Callen1

M, b. 1910
Last Edited9 Mar 2003
Birth*1910Edward Callen was born in 1910 at Pennsylvania.1 
He was the son of Thomas Callen and Mary (?).1 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
17 January 1920Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaEdward Callen appeared on the census of 17 January 1920 in the household of Thomas Callen and Mary (?) at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.2

Citations

  1. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Thomas Callen household, 1920 Census, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 2614 Collins St., T625_1635, p. 2A-2B, ED 1010. Thomas, 33, head, fitter in steam heating, wife Mary, 33, son Thomas, 12, son Edward, 9, son Joseph, 7, son John, 4/12. All born PA and parents born PA.
  2. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Thomas Callen household, 1920 Census, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 17 Jan 1920, 2614 Collins St., T625_1635, p. 2A-2B, ED 1010. Thomas, 33, head, fitter in steam heating, wife Mary, 33, son Thomas, 12, son Edward, 9, son Joseph, 7, son John, 4/12. All born PA and parents born PA.

John Callen1

M
Last Edited9 Mar 2003
John Callen is the son of Thomas Callen and Mary (?).1 

Citations

  1. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Thomas Callen household, 1920 Census, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 2614 Collins St., T625_1635, p. 2A-2B, ED 1010. Thomas, 33, head, fitter in steam heating, wife Mary, 33, son Thomas, 12, son Edward, 9, son Joseph, 7, son John, 4/12. All born PA and parents born PA.

Joseph Callen1

M, b. 1912
Last Edited9 Mar 2003
Birth*1912Joseph Callen was born in 1912 at Pennsylvania.1 
He was the son of Thomas Callen and Mary (?).1 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
17 January 1920Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaJoseph Callen appeared on the census of 17 January 1920 in the household of Thomas Callen and Mary (?) at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.2

Citations

  1. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Thomas Callen household, 1920 Census, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 2614 Collins St., T625_1635, p. 2A-2B, ED 1010. Thomas, 33, head, fitter in steam heating, wife Mary, 33, son Thomas, 12, son Edward, 9, son Joseph, 7, son John, 4/12. All born PA and parents born PA.
  2. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Thomas Callen household, 1920 Census, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 17 Jan 1920, 2614 Collins St., T625_1635, p. 2A-2B, ED 1010. Thomas, 33, head, fitter in steam heating, wife Mary, 33, son Thomas, 12, son Edward, 9, son Joseph, 7, son John, 4/12. All born PA and parents born PA.

Thomas Callen

M, b. 16 December 1907, d. 15 August 1979
Last Edited25 Mar 2004
Birth*16 December 1907Thomas Callen was born on 16 December 1907 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.1 
He was the son of Thomas Callen and Mary (?).2 
Marriage*circa 1948Thomas Callen married Katherine Emma Webb, daughter of William Henry Webb Sr. and Catharine Emma McDaniels, circa 1948; may have never married. 
Death*15 August 1979Thomas Callen died on 15 August 1979 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at age 71.1 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
17 January 1920Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaThomas Callen appeared on the census of 17 January 1920 in the household of Thomas Callen and Mary (?) at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.3

Family

Katherine Emma Webb b. 19 November 1911, d. 14 January 1968
Child 1.Thomas S. Callen

Citations

  1. [S510] Social Security Death Index, Name: THOMAS CALLEN
    SSN: 185-07-6895
    Last Residence: 19125 Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
    Born: 16 Dec 1907
    Last Benefit: 19125 Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
    Died: Aug 1979
    State (Year) SSN issued: PA (Before 1951 ).
  2. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Thomas Callen household, 1920 Census, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 2614 Collins St., T625_1635, p. 2A-2B, ED 1010. Thomas, 33, head, fitter in steam heating, wife Mary, 33, son Thomas, 12, son Edward, 9, son Joseph, 7, son John, 4/12. All born PA and parents born PA.
  3. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Thomas Callen household, 1920 Census, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 17 Jan 1920, 2614 Collins St., T625_1635, p. 2A-2B, ED 1010. Thomas, 33, head, fitter in steam heating, wife Mary, 33, son Thomas, 12, son Edward, 9, son Joseph, 7, son John, 4/12. All born PA and parents born PA.

Thomas Callen1

M, b. 1887
Last Edited9 Mar 2003
Birth*1887Thomas Callen was born in 1887 at Pennsylvania.1 
Marriage*circa 1907He married Mary (?) circa 1907 at Pennsylvania. 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
17 January 1920Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaThomas Callen and Mary (?) appeared on the census of 17 January 1920 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.2

Family

Mary (?) b. 1887
Children 1.Thomas Callen+1 b. 16 Dec 1907, d. 15 Aug 1979
 2.Edward Callen1 b. 1910
 3.Joseph Callen1 b. 1912
 4.John Callen1

Citations

  1. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Thomas Callen household, 1920 Census, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 2614 Collins St., T625_1635, p. 2A-2B, ED 1010. Thomas, 33, head, fitter in steam heating, wife Mary, 33, son Thomas, 12, son Edward, 9, son Joseph, 7, son John, 4/12. All born PA and parents born PA.
  2. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Thomas Callen household, 1920 Census, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 17 Jan 1920, 2614 Collins St., T625_1635, p. 2A-2B, ED 1010. Thomas, 33, head, fitter in steam heating, wife Mary, 33, son Thomas, 12, son Edward, 9, son Joseph, 7, son John, 4/12. All born PA and parents born PA.

Thomas S. Callen

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Last Edited2 Mar 2003
Thomas S. Callen is the son of Thomas Callen and Katherine Emma Webb
Marriage*24 June 1978Thomas S. Callen married Carol Ferrell on 24 June 1978. 

Family

Carol Ferrell

John Callison1

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Last Edited5 Apr 2014
Marriage*John Callison married Kathleen A. Webb, daughter of William Henry Webb Jr. and Susan (?).1 

Family

Kathleen A. Webb d. 19 November 2006
Child 1.William L. Callison1

Citations

  1. [S318] Unknown author, Obituary, Kathleen A. Webb-Callison
    WEBB-CALLISON
    KATHLEEN A., Nov. 19, 2006, beloved wife of John, devoted mother of William L.; also survived by her parents William and Susan Webb, dear sister of Richard, William Webb, Michelle Callison and Linda Webb. Relatives and friends are invited to her Funeral Mass, Sat., 10 A.M., St. George Church, Edgemont and Venango Sts. Int. private.
    CASSIZZI F.H., 215-425-0978
    Published on Philly.com on Nov. 24, 2006
    - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/philly/obituary.aspx
    http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/philly/obituary.aspx

William L. Callison1

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Last Edited5 Apr 2014
William L. Callison is the son of John Callison and Kathleen A. Webb.1 

Citations

  1. [S318] Unknown author, Obituary, Kathleen A. Webb-Callison
    WEBB-CALLISON
    KATHLEEN A., Nov. 19, 2006, beloved wife of John, devoted mother of William L.; also survived by her parents William and Susan Webb, dear sister of Richard, William Webb, Michelle Callison and Linda Webb. Relatives and friends are invited to her Funeral Mass, Sat., 10 A.M., St. George Church, Edgemont and Venango Sts. Int. private.
    CASSIZZI F.H., 215-425-0978
    Published on Philly.com on Nov. 24, 2006
    - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/philly/obituary.aspx
    http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/philly/obituary.aspx