The Augusta Cemetery Family Trees

Catharine Ann SmallAge: 67 years18111878

Name
Catharine Ann Small
Given names
Catharine Ann
Surname
Small
Married name
Catharine Ann Clinton
Birth 1811
Publication: Newspaper published in Carrollton, Oh
Citation details: 12 Jun 1878, Obit
Civil marriageWilliam ClintonView this family
May 5, 1831 (Age 20 years)
Publication: 1990
Citation details: Vol 2, pg 437
Text:
William Clinton & Catherine Ann Small mar 5 May 1837 by Adam Frank, JP
Birth of a daughter
#1
Matilda Clinton
April 1841 (Age 30 years)

Marriage of a childFrancis Marion BallMatilda ClintonView this family
February 25, 1861 (Age 50 years)
Death of a husbandWilliam Clinton
August 24, 1868 (Age 57 years)
Burial of a husbandWilliam Clinton
1868 (Age 57 years)
Address: Manful Addition, Section A, Row 10, Lot 12 Village of Augusta Carroll County Ohio
Publication: 59 Third Street, NE Carrollton, Ohio 44615
Citation details: Page 10
Text:
CLINTON William; d. Aug. 24, 1868; ae 53y 7d Father (N side)
Death May 30, 1878 (Age 67 years)
Cause of death: Stroke?
Publication: Newspaper published in Carrollton, Oh
Citation details: Wed, 12 Jun 1878
Text:
SUDDEN DEATH OF AN OLD CITIZEN On Thursady morning Mrs Catharine Clinton, while apparently in good health and without any warning, was suddenly called away from the work of the earth in the 66th year of her age. Had a thunderbolt from a cloudless sky descended in our midst, we could not have been more startled or our consternation been greater. The deceased was the oldest resident of this town, having resided here a half century. Born in 1812, in Washington Co, Pa, where she resided until 1827 or '28, when she, with her father's family took up their western march beyond the rolling waters of the "Beautiful River", into the wild and almost unbroken forests of Ohio. From that time on she has resided here. Great changes have taken place since her arrival; the green hills and valleys which now surround us were then covered with dense woods. The beautiful village which we now have was then represented by two solitary dwellings. Strangers appeared, figured a while, and then departed; yet she alone remained. The deceased had possessed, up to the morning of her death, remarkable good health. For some few years she had been troubled with something like heart disease, which at times troubled her some, but would soon pass away. Upon the morning of her death she seemed to be feeling exceedingly well, had made a call or two, was working at her week's ironing, when as if a kind Providence had sent them, two of her neighbors called to get some plants. They had not been in the house more than a couple minutes, when she exclaimed, "Oh, my head!" and started to fall. She was instantly caught in the arms of those present and gently laid upon the bed, Dr Roach arrived a minute later, but too late; already had life become extinct, and the weary spirit had taken its flight "to that undiscovered land from whose bourne no traveler has yet returned." Mother Clinton was a consistent and worthy Christian, having united herself to the Disciple church twenty-two years ago. She had her faults and shortcomings as is the lot of all mortals; but she had her virtues. None were more ready to assist the distressed; always first at the bed-side of the sick, where she carried those little dainties which she knew so well how to select, to please the taste or the sight. Always kind and gentle to those she loved, the whole community seemed greatly attached to her. And while we have placed her frailities with her body in the cold and silent charnel house of the dead, her ennobling virtues should ever dwell greenly in our memories. Peace to her ashes. R Augusta, Ohio June 4th, 1878
Death May 30, 1878 (Age 67 years)
Cause of death: Stroke?
Publication: Newspaper published in Carrollton, Oh
Citation details: 5 June 1878
Text:
Mrs Catharine Clinton, one of Carroll County's early pioneers, died very suddenly at her home in Augusta on Thursday last, at the age of 66 years. We will publish a sketch of her life in next week's Free Press.
BirthCarrollton Free Press
Publication: Newspaper published in Carrollton, Oh
Citation details: 12 Jun 1878, Obit
MarriageColumbiana County, Ohio Marriage Records
Publication: 1990
Citation details: Vol 2, pg 437
Text:
William Clinton & Catherine Ann Small mar 5 May 1837 by Adam Frank, JP
DeathCarrollton Free Press
Publication: Newspaper published in Carrollton, Oh
Citation details: Wed, 12 Jun 1878
Text:
SUDDEN DEATH OF AN OLD CITIZEN On Thursady morning Mrs Catharine Clinton, while apparently in good health and without any warning, was suddenly called away from the work of the earth in the 66th year of her age. Had a thunderbolt from a cloudless sky descended in our midst, we could not have been more startled or our consternation been greater. The deceased was the oldest resident of this town, having resided here a half century. Born in 1812, in Washington Co, Pa, where she resided until 1827 or '28, when she, with her father's family took up their western march beyond the rolling waters of the "Beautiful River", into the wild and almost unbroken forests of Ohio. From that time on she has resided here. Great changes have taken place since her arrival; the green hills and valleys which now surround us were then covered with dense woods. The beautiful village which we now have was then represented by two solitary dwellings. Strangers appeared, figured a while, and then departed; yet she alone remained. The deceased had possessed, up to the morning of her death, remarkable good health. For some few years she had been troubled with something like heart disease, which at times troubled her some, but would soon pass away. Upon the morning of her death she seemed to be feeling exceedingly well, had made a call or two, was working at her week's ironing, when as if a kind Providence had sent them, two of her neighbors called to get some plants. They had not been in the house more than a couple minutes, when she exclaimed, "Oh, my head!" and started to fall. She was instantly caught in the arms of those present and gently laid upon the bed, Dr Roach arrived a minute later, but too late; already had life become extinct, and the weary spirit had taken its flight "to that undiscovered land from whose bourne no traveler has yet returned." Mother Clinton was a consistent and worthy Christian, having united herself to the Disciple church twenty-two years ago. She had her faults and shortcomings as is the lot of all mortals; but she had her virtues. None were more ready to assist the distressed; always first at the bed-side of the sick, where she carried those little dainties which she knew so well how to select, to please the taste or the sight. Always kind and gentle to those she loved, the whole community seemed greatly attached to her. And while we have placed her frailities with her body in the cold and silent charnel house of the dead, her ennobling virtues should ever dwell greenly in our memories. Peace to her ashes. R Augusta, Ohio June 4th, 1878
DeathCarrollton Free Press
Publication: Newspaper published in Carrollton, Oh
Citation details: 5 June 1878
Text:
Mrs Catharine Clinton, one of Carroll County's early pioneers, died very suddenly at her home in Augusta on Thursday last, at the age of 66 years. We will publish a sketch of her life in next week's Free Press.
SourceCarroll County Ohio Cemeteries, Carroll County 1802-1990, Vol. I
Publication: Carroll County Genealogical Society, Carrollton, Ohio 44615
Citation details: pg 10