Location: Mayfield Ohio

Biographical Sketch of Henry Apthorp

Apthorp, Henry; capitalist; born, Mayfield, Cuyahoga Co., O., Feb. 9, 1841; son of William and Chloe Howard Apthorp; educated, district school in Mayfield and later at academy in Mayfield and in Geauga Seminary; married, Willoughby, O., Dec. 8, 1859, Harriet E. Strong; one son, Warren; worked in a saw mill and hauled some of the lumber that went into the building of the Kennard House in Cleveland; until 22 years of age engaged in farming and lineman and foreman for the Western Union Telegraph Co. and the Lake Shore R. R.; 1876-1880, editor of The Democratic Standard of Ashtabula, O.;

Biographical Sketch of George Carlton Mapes

Mapes, George Carlton; furniture and undertaking; born, Mayfield, O., June 29, 1844; son of Hial S. and Mary J. Mapes; educated, district school, Mayfield Academy, and Willoughby Collegiate Institute; married, Oct. 1, 1863, Nettie N. Krissell, of Euclid, O.; issue, four sons, Harry S., Carey E., Will Carlton, and Guy F.; the latter the only one living; spent early life on a farm; has been connected for thirty years as a resident of the 26th ward of Cleveland; was one of the original committee appointed to make the boundary lines of Collinwood village; was Mayor of the village 1888-1890; during

Biographical Sketch of Demaline Leuty

Leuty, Demaline; banker; born, Mayfield, Ohio, Nov. 9, 1835; son of Isaac and Mary Demaline Leuty; public school education; married, Lynn, Massachusetts, January, 1868, Sarah Frances Vennard; Mrs. Leuty died March 7, 1901; their only child died in infancy; early life spent in his father’s general store and in the lumber business; in 1883, embarked in the banking business, first known as The Savings & Trust Co., later consolidated with the Citizens Savings & Trust Co.; elected vice pres., also director and member of the finance committee, of the executive board; interested in a number of corporations and stock holder

Budd, Thursa Gifford – Obituary

Mrs. Thomas Budd died Friday, Oct. 27, 1911 of heart trouble aggravated by a stroke of paralysis she suffered two months before. Mrs. Budd, who was Thursa E. Gifford before her marriage, was born in England, County of Devon 66 years ago, and came to America when a small child. She married Mr. Budd, October 8, 1865 in Mayfield, Ohio. They lived in Sanilac County for a number of years and came to Tuscola eleven years ago where they lived in Wells Township until last spring when they moved to Caro and bought a home where they hoped to enjoy