Charles Herbert Todd7, (Rufus H.6, Linus5, Seth4, Eleazer3, Michael2, Christopher1) born March 7, 1861, married Dec. 31, 1889, Flora M. Hoadley. They reside in Brunswick, Ohio. Children: 1768. Elmer Rufus, b. Jan. 1, 1894. 1769. Beulah Irene, b. July 14, 1899.
Location: Medina County OH
Frederick Holcomb Todd9, (Franklin8, Street7, Hezekiah6, Hezekiah5, Caleb4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Sept. 21, 1863, in York, Medina County, Ohio, married Dec. 24, 1883, Lulu May Parsons. He was the son of Francis and Eliza Holcomb and was legally adopted by Franklin Todd. Children: 2509. Bert H., b. Sept. 26, 1885. 2510. Willis C., b. Dec. 11, 1893; twin with the next. 2511. William F., b. Dec. 11, 1893. 2512. Emma, b. Sept. 7, 1901.
Rev. John Walter Kliewer, president of Bethel College at Newton, one of the well ordered institutions at Kansas, referred to on other pages, grew up in one of the pioneer settlements of the Mennonite Church people in Western Kansas, and had spent his active career in the ministry of his church and as an educator. Rev. Mr. Kliewer is a native of Russian Poland, born near Berdichieff June 8, 1869. His ancestry is partly German. His grandfather, Peter Kliewer, was born in Danzig, Germany, and moved into the vicinity of Berdichieff in Russian Poland, where he followed farming and where
James R. Frizzell, now living retired at Halstead, came to Kansas over thirty years ago, and for many years was actively identified with farming and the dairy business. He was born in Montville Township of Medina County, Ohio, February 27, 1847. He is of old American and Irish stock. At the time of the reign of King Charles I of England some members of the original Scotch clan of Fraziers displayed such active interest in the political troubles of the time that they were compelled to seek refuge in America, and on their immigration they changed the name to Frizzell.