The Augusta Cemetery Family Trees

Thomas C MilbournAge: 38 years18671906

Name
Thomas C Milbourn
Given names
Thomas C
Surname
Milbourn
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Birth June 11, 1867 48 35
Source: Obituary
Citation details: Alliance Daily Review, Monday June 11, 1906
Census June 25, 1870 (Age 3 years)
Citation details: Page 1
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JONT MILBOURN 50 M W Carpenter Real 1200, Personal 3000, born OH, Male Citizen of US 21 yrs & up; REBECCA MILBOURN 37 F W Keeps House, born OH; MANFULL MILBOURN 18 M W Clerk Store, born OH; MARY J. MILBOURN 17 F W At home, born OH; THOMAS MILBOURN 2 M W At home, born OH KINSEY, THOMAS 64 M W Innkeeper Real 4950, Personal 3000, born England, parents of foreign birth, Male Citized of US over 21 yrs & up.
Death of a paternal grandmotherJane Craig
August 15, 1872 (Age 5 years)
Burial of a paternal grandmotherJane Craig
August 15, 1872 (Age 5 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherMary Ann Rowley
February 3, 1874 (Age 6 years)
Source: Obituary
Citation details: Page 12
Text:
MANFULL, Mary Ann w/o Stephen Manfull; d Feb. 3, 1872, ad 63y
Citation details: Page 47 Book 1
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Manfull, Mary Ann - d. 1874 Feb 3 of cancer in Augusta, b. Leicester, England, a. 63y, widow
Publication: Canton, Oh
Citation details: 13 Feb 1874, Fri, pg 3, col 2
Text:
Mrs M.A. Manfull, a resident of Augusta, Carroll county, died on Monday last, aged 63 years. Mrs Manfull was the mother of our worthy fellow citizen, C.C. Manfull. She was born in England, and 1815 or '18 her father was induced to come to thiscountry and superintend the stone structure of the National Capitol at Washington while residing there, and she quite a girl. She remembered Henry Clay and Daniel Wedster, as having boarded with her father's family. She came to Carroll county in1820, and the family settled in Augusta, where she resided ever since, making about the oldest resident at her death, of that place. "Alliance Telegraph"
Burial of a maternal grandmotherMary Ann Rowley
1874 (Age 6 years)
Death of a motherRebecca Manfull
January 23, 1894 (Age 26 years)
Citation details: Pg 157
Death of a fatherJonathan Milbourn
October 29, 1905 (Age 38 years)
Citation details: Vol 4, pg 172
Burial of a fatherJonathan Milbourn
October 31, 1905 (Age 38 years)
Death June 10, 1906 (Age 38 years)

Source: Obituary
Citation details: Alliance Daily Review, Monday June 11, 1906
Burial June 12, 1906 (2 days after death)
Source: Obituary
Citation details: Alliance Daily Review, Monday June 11, 1906
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Marriage: September 28, 1850Carroll Co, Oh
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BirthEst 1838 - Ohio
BirthObituary
Citation details: Alliance Daily Review, Monday June 11, 1906
CensusCensus, Federal, 1870
Citation details: Page 1
Text:
JONT MILBOURN 50 M W Carpenter Real 1200, Personal 3000, born OH, Male Citizen of US 21 yrs & up; REBECCA MILBOURN 37 F W Keeps House, born OH; MANFULL MILBOURN 18 M W Clerk Store, born OH; MARY J. MILBOURN 17 F W At home, born OH; THOMAS MILBOURN 2 M W At home, born OH KINSEY, THOMAS 64 M W Innkeeper Real 4950, Personal 3000, born England, parents of foreign birth, Male Citized of US over 21 yrs & up.
DeathEst 1838 - Ohio
DeathObituary
Citation details: Alliance Daily Review, Monday June 11, 1906
BurialEst 1838 - Ohio
BurialObituary
Citation details: Alliance Daily Review, Monday June 11, 1906
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Obituary Published in the Alliance Daily Review Monday, June 11, 1906 TOM MILBOURN WAS DROWNED While Boating on the Mahoning Sunday Morning FRIENDS TRIED HARD TO SAVE HIS LIFE But Efforts Were Unavailing -- Fred McDonald also had a Narrow Escape -- Neither Could Swim -- Funeral Will be Held Tuesday at Augusta. Thomas Milbourn, for 20 years a clerk in the Culp dry goods store was drowned in the Mahoning river at a point just above Schuff's landing early Sunday morning. Mr. Milbourn was a member of a boating club which has a club house on the banks of the river east of Webb street, and on Saturday night he and a number of members of the club went to the club house at a late hour with the idea of spending the night there. They had not sufficient bedding and so took the gasoline launch, which is the property of the club and went to the boat house at the Recreation club, where they knew some of the members were stopping to borrow a cot. When they arrived at the boat house they awoke Bur Mercer, Fred McDonald, Harry Schooley, and Charles Filson, and after getting the cot asked the boys to take a ride in the launch, as the night was fine. This all agreed to do except Mercer, who thought he would prefer to sleep. The rest of the men of the Recreation club, and Clyde Vick, H. W. Vick, Alec Bonner, Mr. Milbourn, and Ole Gulbrenson, boarded the launch and started up the river. They made one trip up to what is known as the "island," which is the spot where the launch usually turns about for the trip down the river, and back again to the bridge, and were on their way up on the second trip. At a point just east of Schuff's landing there is a snag which is submerged, and another which protrudes from the water. They avoided the visible one, and in doing so ran onto the other, with the result that the boat was upset in about seven to nine feet of water. All the men in the boat could swim except Milbourn and McDonald. The former went to the bottom at once, and it is believed that there he grasped the branches of the snag or the weeds which grow in the bottom of the river, and was never seen alive again. McDonald was aided by the rest of the boys, and assisted to a place on top of the log which protrudes from the water, and there he supported himself until he was assisted to shore. All the men made desperate efforts to find Milbourn but in his struggles he had gone some distance from the spot where he was last seen. Realizing that their friend was gone they gave the alarm and had the patrol wagon with officers aboard to come down, and the search for the body was commenced with hooks and boats. The accident happened at 2:37, and it was something more than an hour when Harry Schooley succeeded in lifting the body from the water. Every effort at resuscitation proved unavailing and the body was taken to Cassaday's morgue where it was prepared for burial. The dead man would have been 39 years of age Monday. He was born in Augusta and spent all his early life there. The funeral will be held from that place Tuesday. The deceased was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles and the Woodmen and these orders will hold their ritualistic services at the home of J. S. Mong this evening at 7:30 and 8 o'clock. The house will be open from 7 to 9 o'clock this evening and the friends may call between those hours. The body will be taken to Augusta at 10:33 Tuesday morning where the services will be private, in charge of the Rev. Henry. Mr. Milbourn is survived by one brother and one sister, M. S. Milbourn , treasurer of the Alliance Machine Co., and Mrs. J. S. Mong.