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50. DANIEL5 H. MCFATE (Joseph4 McFate, Jane3, John2, Unknown1); born 24 August 1841 in Pennsylvania; married 2 December 1869 MARIE LOUISA STAINBROOK (Steinbrook?), born circa 1852 in Pennsylvania.1083

In 1880, Daniel, Maria and children Arthur and Dora were living in Cochranton, Pennsylvania, where Daniel was a clerk in a dry goods store. By 1900, the family was in Pueblo, Colorado, where Daniel was listed as a janitor. By 1910, Daniel had died; Marie Louise, widow, was living with her sons Arhur C. McFate and Daniel R. McFate (enumerated as Randall) in Pueblo. In 1920, Marie was living wih her married daughter Dora Hopkins and family in Pueblo.1084

Children of Daniel and Marie (Stainbrook) McFate:

  133 i. Arthur6 C. McFate; born 13 January 1871 (or is it 1872) in Pennsylvania. In 1900, Arthur C., single, was living with his parents in Pueblo, Colorado, where Arthur was enumerated as a salesman, wholesale producer. In 1910, Arthur and brother Daniel Randall, both single, were living with their widowed mother in Pueblo, where Arthur was listed as a foreman in a steel works.
  134 ii. Dora Vienna McFate; born 23 January 1876 in Pennsylvania; married Charles T. Hopkins; born circa 1880 in New York state. In 1920 (page 2A) and 1930 (page 3B), the family was living in Pueblo, Colorado, where Charles was a district manager of a telephone and telegraph company.
Children known from the federal censuses (all born in Colorado).
(a) Charles W. Hopkins, born circa 1902.
(b) Harriet L. Hopkins, born circa 1909.
(c) Lucia E. Hopkins, born circa 1912. Also with the family in 1920 was Dora's mother, Marie.
  135 iii. Gaylord Lynn McFate; born 8 May 1882; died 3 November 1892.
  136 iv. Daniel Randall McFate; born September 1893 in Colorado. In 1910, Randall and brother Arthur, both single, were living with their mother in Pueblo, Colorado, where Randall was listed as a time keeper for a bridge-building company. In 1920, the federal census for Pueblo, Colorado (page 11A) lists a Daniel R. McFate; born circa 1892 in "USA," (parents born in Pennsylvania) with wife Elzabeth Smash, born 1890 in Canada. Daniel was enumerated as an electrician in a steel work and Elizabeth was listed as a stenographer in a cigar store. Also in the family in 1920 were two siblings of Elizabeth: Sandie Smash, born circa 1896 in Illinois and John Smash, born circa 1905 in Colorado. This Daniel R. McFate was probably the Daniel Randall McFate, son of Daniel and Marie (Stainbrook) McFate. In 1930, our Daniel R. McFate (born in Colorado), was living in Los Angles, Los Angeles County, California (page 2B), with apparently second wife Lucille B. McFate, born circa 1897 in Kansas and son
(a) Lewis W. McFate, born in California. In this census, Daniel R. McFate was enumerated as a "rachman" for a telephone company.


53. JOSEPH5 S. MCFATE (Joseph4 McFate, Jane3, John2, Unknown1); born 16 October 1848 in Pennsylvania; died 1930 when he, widower, was living with his daughter Sara Godard and family; buried Cochranton Cemetery;1085 married March 1871 NANCY ANN GREER, born February 1850 in Pennsylvania; died circa 1929.1086

In 1880 (page 92), 1900 (page 12A), and 1920 (page 6A) the family was living in Cochranton, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, where Joseph was listed as a painter.

Children of Joseph and Nancy Ann (Greer) McFate:

  137 i. Sara6 May McFate; born 29 September 1874 in Pennsylvania; died 3 January 1958; married Gerald D.Godard; born circa 1876 in Illinois; died 1951. In 1910 (page 1B), 1920 (page 9A) and 1930 (5B) the family was living in Kankakee, Kankakee County, Illinois, where Gerald was listed as a muscian, theather in 1910 and as a piano tuner in 1920 and 1930.Also living with the family in 1930 was Sara's father, Joseph McFate, widower, retired.
Children known from the federal censuses (both born in Illinois):
(a) James M. Godard, born circa 1908.
(b) Elizabeth Godard, born circa 1914.
  138 ii. Elizabeth L. McFate; born 21 November 1876 in Pennsylvania; died 6 September 1965. She was a graduate of Edinboro State Normal College (now Edinboro University of Pennsylvania), Edinboro, Pennsylvania. In 1900, Lizzie, single and living with her parents, was enumerated as a school teacher. In 1920, Elizabeth S., lodger, was a bookkeepr in a bank in Wilkinsburg, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania (page 16A); in 1930, still in Wilkinsburg (page 3A), she was a bank clerk. Lizzie apparently did not marry.


54. WILLIAM5 A. MCFATE (Joseph4 McFate, Jane3, John2, Unknown1); born 29 April 1851 in Pennsylvania; died 10 April 1923; buried in Cochranton Cemetery; married MATILDA/MATHILDA (TILLY) COOLEY, born March 1854 in Pennsylvania; died 1932; buried in Cochranton Cemetery.

The family lived in Cochranton, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, where William was enumerated as a farmer. In 1920, they were living next to William's brother Joseph McFate. William had died by 1930, but Mathilda (enumerated as a farmer) and unmarried son Percy were still living in Cochranton.1087

Children of William A. and Matilda (Cooley) McFate:

  139 i. Joseph6 Charles McFate; born 11 July 1876 in Pennsylvania; died 27 April 1943. Joseph was a physician. He graduated from Grove City College in 1899 and from Western Reserve University of Cleveland in 1905. For several years he was in partnership with Dr. Willliam J. Gamble in Meadville, Pennsylvania. Joseph Charles McFate married Mattie K. Chick, born circa 1878 in Pennsylvania; died 8 December 1947. In 1900, Joseph, single and living with his parents, was listed as a professor, high school. In 1910, Joseph, still single, was living in Meadville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania (page 2A), where Joseph was enumerated as a physician. Joseph and Mattie lived in Meadville in 1920 (page 3A) and 1930 (page 13A), where Joseph continued practicing medicine. In 1930, Mattie's sister Gertrude Smith, widow, born circa 1875 in Pennsylvania, was living with Joseph and Mattie; she was enumerated as a saleslady, "ready to wear." Joseph and Mattie apparently did not have children.
  140 ii. William Percy McFate; born 26 March 1893; died 9 April 1951. In 1930, Percy, single, was living with his mother in Cochranton, Pennsylvania, where he was enumerated as an operator of a gas station. Apparently Percy did not marry.


55. JOHN5 WARD (Nancy4 McFate, Jane3, John2, Unknown1); born 1828 in Pennsylvania; died 1909; buried in Oakland Seceder Cemetery, Oakland Township, Venango County; married MARY ANN HAYS, born 1832 in Pennsylvania; died 11 March 1859. She was a daughter of John G. Hays.1088

In 1870 (page 364) and 1880 (page 372), John Ward and family lived in Dempseytown, Oakland Township, Pennsylvania, where John was a farmer. John, widower, and children Nancy and Mary were still living in Oakland Township in 1880, 10 years after Mary Ann had died, where John was enumerated as a laborer. In 1900, John Ward and children Nancy and Mary A. Ward were living in the household of Charlotte Hays, born circa 1837 in Pennsylvania; she was John's sister-in-law. John died in 1909. In 1910, 1920 and 1930, his two daughters Nancy and Mary A. neither married, were still in Oakland Township, where Nancy, head of household, was enumerated as a farmer.1089

Children of John and Nancy Ann (Hays) Ward:1090

  141 i. Nancy6 Jane Ward; born 1857 in Pennsylvania; died 1933. Nancy did not marry. In 1910-1930, she lived with her sister Mary Ann Ward in Oakland Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, where Nancy, head of household, was listed as a farmer.
  142 ii. Mary Ann Ward; born 1859 in Pennsylvania; died 1933. Mary Ann did not marry. She lived with her sister Nancy in Oakland Township in 1910-1930. Both Mary Ann and Nancy died in 1933.


56. ROBERT5 WARD (Nancy4 McFate, Jane3, John2, Unknown1); born 1830 in Pennsylvania; died 3 January 1887; buried in Mumford Chapel Cemetery, Crawford County, Pennsylvania; married 1854 NANCY MCELWEE, born circa 1833 in northern Ireland.1091

In 1860, Robert, Nancy and children Mark, David and Joseph were living in Oakland Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania (page 372), where Robert was listed as a farmer. By 1870, the family had moved to Fairfield Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania (page 153). Robert, Nancy and large family were still in Fairfield Township in 1880. In 1900 and 1910, Nancy, widow, was living with sons John, Robert, Moses and James Ward in Fairfield Township.1092

Children of Robert and Nancy (McElwee) Ward:

  143 i. Mark6 Ward; born May 1856 in Pennsylvania; died 20 January 1923; married Julia Ett Johnson, born April 1863 in Pennsylvania or Ireland; died 16 April 1928. In 1900, 1910, and 1920 the family was living in Cochranton, Pennsylvania, where Mark was enumerated as a foreman in a saw mill in 1900, a carpenter in 1910, and a notary in 1920.1093
Children known from the federal censuses (all born in Pennsylvania):
(a) Marvin, born circa 1883.
(b) A. B. (daughter) Ward, born circa 1886.
(c) H. Ward (son), born circa 1888.
(d) N. or R. E. (Ossie?) Ward (daughter), born circa 1893.
(e) Donovan Ward, born circa 1901. In 1920, Donovan, single, was living with his parents, enumerated as a clerk in the newsroom. In 1930, Donovan, single and living by himself, was listed as a salesman, advertising.
  144 ii. David Ward; born 1857 in Pennsylvania; died 31 January 1928; married Addie Ann Vannatten, born 1860 in Pennsylvania; died 1 May 1916. In 1880, David, Addie and son Elmer were living in West Fairfield, Crawford County, Pennsylvania (page 121), where David was a laborer on a farm. In 1900 (3B) and 1910 (3B), David, Addie and family were still in Fairfield Township, Crawford County (page 3B), where David was enumerated as a farmer. By 1920, Addie had died, and David, lodger, was living in Meadville, Ward 3, Crawford County, and still enumerated as a farmer.
Children known from the federal censuses (all born in Pennsylvania):
(a) Elmer Ward, born August 1879; married May Lizzie [?]; born circa 1880 in Pennsylvania. Elmer was listed as a grocery salesman in 1900, when he was single and living with parents. In 1910 and 1930, Elmer, Lizzie and family were living in Meadville, Ward 3, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, where Elmer was enumerated as a ?slater for ?? company in 1910 (page 16A) and as a timer in shop in 1930 (2B).
Children known from the federal censuses (all born in Pennsylvania: (i) Marian (daughter) Ward, born circa 1902; (ii) Gladys Ward, born circa 1909; and (iii) Walter L. Ward, born circa 1913.
(b) Arthur Ward; born circ 1880.
(c) Leroy Ward, born 13 November 1881; died December 1869; last residence: Union City, Pennsylvania; married (first) Eva Mae Stainbrook; born 8 March 1892; married (second) Elizabeth [?]; born 18 December 1888 in Pennsylvania; died 15 October 1968; last residence: Union City, Pennsylvania. In 1900, Leroy, single and living with his parents was enumeraterd as a farm laborer. Leroy and second wife Elizabeth were living in New Castle, Ward 4, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania (page 9a), in 1920 and in Union Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania (page 3A) in 1930. Leroy was enumerated as a painter in 1920 and a farmer in 1930. No children reported in these censuses.
(d) D. E. Ward, born April 1884, died October 1884.
(e) Willie Ward, born October 1885.
(f) Ethel Ward, born February 1888.
(g) Clark Ward, born September 1895.
  145 iii. Joseph Ward; born March or May 1858 in Pennsylvania.
  146 iv. William Ward; circa 1860; died 24 July 1924.
  147 v. John Ward; born circa 1861 in Pennsylvania; died 24 July 1924. John did not marry. In 1900, 1910 and 1920 John, single, was head of household in Fairfield Township, Crawford County with single brothers Moses, Robert, and James; and in 1910 his mother, Nancy. John was a farmer. In 1930, John was living by himself in Horton Township, Elk County, Pennsylvania, where he was enumerated as a caretaker, clubhouse.1094
  148 vi. Moses Ward; born 1864; died 19 March 1936. Moses apparently did not marry. In 1900, he was living with brothers John (head of household), Robert, and James, and mother, Nancy. In 1920, Moses was living by himself in Summit Township, Crawford County Pennsylvania (page 5A), where he was listed as a farm laborer.
  149 vii. Samuel Ward; born 1865; died 11 January 1890.
  150 viii. Robert Ward; born 26 December 1866; died 1 March 1923.
  151 ix. Mary J. Ward; born 1870; died 21 January 1876.
  152 x. Emma E. Ward; born 20 October 1871; married Samuel Ward (#158). Emma and Samuel were third cousins, Samuel being a son of Mark and Mary Jane (Culbertson) Ward.
  153 xi. James Ward; born 28 June 1875; died 7 August 1947. In 1900, James, single, was living with his mother and brothers John (head), Robert, and Moses in Fairfied Township, Crawford County, where James was enumerated as a teacher.


58. MOSES5 WARD (Nancy4 McFate, Jane3, John2, Unknown1); born 1835 in Pennsylvania; died 30 March 1874 in Dempseytown, Venango County; married MARY J. (JERRY?) HAYS, born circa 1840 in Pennsylvania, daughter of Robert and Mary Ann (McKnight) Hays.1095 Mary J. McKnight was a sister of Sarah McKnight who married Culbertson McClintock, see #68 of “McClintocks.” Another sister of Mary Ann McKnight Hays was Margaret McKnight who married Joseph McFate (#18).

In 1860, Moses, Mary, and children James and Mary Jane were living in Oakland Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania (page 372), where Moses was enumerated as a farmer. Also in the family in 1860 was a Jane Neill, born circa 1828 in Pennsylvania. By 1870, the family had moved to Mead Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania (page 239), where Moses was still farming. Also in the family in 1870 was a Robert Hays, born circa 1803 in Pennsylvania (was he Mary Jane's father?) and David A. Hays, born circa 1845 in Pennsylvania. By 1880, Moses had died, and Mary Jane, widow, and children had moved back to Venango County, Pennsylvania, the Dempseytown area, Oakland Township (page 180). But by 1900, Mary Jane and unmarried children Robert, Mary J. and Bertha were back in (West) Mead Township, Crawford County (page 7B). In 1910 (page 15A) and 1920 (page 15B), Mary Jane and children Robert, Mary J. and Bertha lived in Oil City, Ward 5, Pennsylvania.

Children of Moses and Mary Ann (Hays) Ward (all born in Pennsylvania:

  154 i. James6 Melvin Ward; born 12 October 1866 in Pennsylvania; died 1939; married (first) Mabel Viola Powell, born circa 1865 in Ohio; married (second) Margareta (Rita) Mayer; born circa 1891 in Australia. James was a physician. He was from the Dempseytown area, Oakland Township, Venango County; he was a graduate of Allegheny College and the University of Pennsylvania, where he obtained an MD degree.1096

In 1900 (census page 1A) and 1910 (Ward 4, page 10A), James, Mabel and son
(a) Clemson H. Ward were living in Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania, where James was enumerated as a physician and surgeon. By 1920 James and Mabel had moved to St. Petersburg, Pinella County, Florida (page 2A), where James was still listed as a physician and surgeon. In 1930, James and second wife Margareta were back in Venango County, Franklin, Pennsylvania (page 3B), where James was still practicing medicine.
Child of James and first wife, Mabel:
(a) Clemson H. Ward; born 23 May 1899 in Pennsylvania; died November 1977; last residence: Linthicum Heights, Anne Arunde County, Maryland: married Margaret Snyder; born 1898 in Pennsylvania. She was a daughter of George W. and Martha Snyder. In 1920, Clemson and Margaret were living with Margaret's parents in Oil City, Ward 7, Pennsylvania (page 9B), where Margaret was enumerated as a reporter; no occupation was listed for Clemson. In 1930, Clemson, Margaret, and son (i) Roy Ward were in Lower Saucon, Northampton County, Pennsylvania (page 9B), where Clemson was listed as a research engineer for a steel mill. Child known from the 1930 federal census..
  155 ii. Robert Willis Ward; born August 1869. In 1910 and 1920, Robert, single, was living with his mother. He was enumerated as manager of a gas company in 1910 and as a farmer in 1920. Apparently Robert did not marry.1097
  156 iii. Mary Jane (Minnie) Ward; born April 1872; died 1 December 1954; apparently Minnie did not marry.
  NN iv. Bertha Ward; born February 1874; died 1 December 1954; apparently Bertha did not marry. In 1910 and 1920, Bertha, single and living with her mother, was enumerated as a public school teacher.

59. MARK5 WARD, JR. (Nancy4 McFate, Jane3, John2, Unknown1); born 9 April 1837; died 13 September 1896 in North Shenango Township, Crawford County; married (first) 27 October 1863 SARAH ANN MCFATE (#49), born 4 October 1839; died 2 October 1864,1098 apparently shortly after the birth of her only child. Mark and Sarah Ann were second cousins, Sarah Ann being a daughter of Joseph and Margaret (McKnight) McFate. Mark Ward married (second), 22 March 1866,1099 MARY JANE CULBERTSON, born 1 April 1840; died 9 August 1867 (27y–4m–8d); buried in Plumer Cemetery, Cornplanter Township. She would have died about three months after the birth of her only child. Mark and Mary Jane Culbertson were second cousins, Mary Jane being a daughter of John and Laticia (McFate) Culbertson. Mark Ward married (third) MRS. MARY MCNUTT, born 30 March 1845; died 29 April 1925. In 1900, she was head of household with her daughter Emma (Ward) and family.1100

Mark Ward, Jr., was a breeder of heavy draft horses. His biography in Bates (1899), page 823 ends with: “He was an uncompromising champion of right and justice, and did not recognize the middle road of tact and diplomacy. The Puritan fathers were not more impressed with the seriousness of life.”

Child of Mark and first wife Sarah Jane (McFate) Ward:

  157 i. Sarah6 Vienna Ward; born circa 1864; died 16 July 1867.1101

Child of Mark and second wife Mary Jane (Culbertson) Ward:

  158 ii. Samuel Ellsworth Ward; born May 1867 in Pennsylvania; married Emma E. Ward,1102 born October 1871 in Pennsylvania. Samuel operated the Ward farm.1104 The family lived in North Shenango Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania in 1900-1930, where Samuel was a farmer.1103

Children known from the federal censuses (all born in Pennsylvania):
(a) Edwin Ward, born March 1893.
(b) Mary E. or Mary J. Ward, born circa 1895; married Wilson L. Gosnell; born circa 1890 in Pennsylvania. In 1920 (page 9A) and 1930 (page 4A), the family lived in Greenville, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, where Wilson was enumerated as molder in a foundry. Their children known from the federal censuses (all born in Pennsylvania); (a) Teresa Gosnell, born circa 1915; (b) Marian Gosnell, born circa 1916; (c) Wilson Gosnell; (d) Raymond Gosnell; (e) Esther Gosnell; and Kenneth Gosnell.
(c) Roland Carl Ward (son), born circa 1897.
(d) Milford L. Ward, born 1899.
(e) Norman Ward, born circa 1902.
(f) Orlo Ward, born circa 1906.
(g) Stanley Ward, bor circa 1916

Child of Mark and third wife Mary McNutt Ward:

  159 iii. Mary J. Ward; born 16 January 1869; died 18 August 1892; married John S. Burrows.1105
John and Mary J. Ward had two children:
(a) Hazel, who died young.
(b) Mark Thomas Burrows, living in 1899.1106


63. ROBERT5 MCFATE (Samuel4 McFate, Jane3, John2, Unknown1); born 23 March 1833; married 9 April 1864 MARGARET KILLMAN of Ontario, Canada; died September 1884. Robert was a Civil War veteran, 3d Iowa Battery, twice wounded. Robert lived in West Lorne, Ontario, for a time. After Margaret Killman McFate died, Robert married again, wife not known.1107 Robert was not mentioned as an heir of his father, Samuel McFate, in the 1860 quit claim document pertaining to the heirs of Robert McFate.

Children of Robert and Margaret (Killman) McFate:

  160 i. Ann6 Amelia McFate; born 14 July 1867.
  161 ii. Susan Eveleen McFate; born 30 January 1869.
  162 iii. Robert McFate; born 13 June 1871.


64. ELIZABETH5 MCFATE (Samuel4 McFate, Jane3, John2, Unknown1); born circa 1835–1836; married WILLIAM MCCASLAND,1108 born circa 1834.1109 In 1870, the family was in Harmony Township, Forest County, Pennsylvania, where William was enumerated as a carpenter (page 25). In 1880, the family was living in Neilltown, Forest County Pennsylvania. Also in the household in 1870 and 1880 was Elizabeth’s mother, Elizabeth McFate. William McCasland was a son of James and Hannah (Neill) McCasland (see #8 of “McCaslands” in The Oil Creek Flemings of Venango County, Pennsylvania, with related families, Volume 2).

Children of William and Elizabeth (McFate) McCasland:1110

  163 i. Melville6 McCasland; born circa 1864.
  164 ii. Eva McCasland; born circa 1867.
  165 iii. Roland McCasland; born circa 1870 in Pennsylvania. He was probably the Roland McCaslin, born circa 1870 in Pennsylvania (both parents also born in Pennsylvania); married Columbia [—?—] in Maryland; in 1920 living in Oklahoma, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, where Roland was enumerated as a foreman for a gas company; no children listed (census page 11A.)

Contents
Acknowledgments
Maps and Venango County Townships
Photographs
Introduction
Generation One
Generation Two
Generation Three
Generation Four
Generation Five
Generation Six
Two other McClintock families
Notes on Nathanial Carey
The Culbertsons
References
End Notes


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