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151 (Christina) craneman h 48 Douglass Jensen, Christen Charles (I5454)
 
152 (Christine) laborer h 48 Douglas Jensen, Christen Charles (I5454)
 
153 (Estella) mech eng 611 N. Calhoun Stier, James Edward (I2317)
 
154 (Evelyn) carp NYC&StLRR h 48 Douglas Jensen, Harold H. (I5461)
 
155 (Evelyn) lab h 37 1/2 Seymour Jensen, Harold H. (I5461)
 
156 (Evelyn) lab h 48 Douglass Jensen, Harold H. (I5461)
 
157 (Laura B) electn h 166 W Main Jensen, Albert (I5458)
 
158 (Laura B.) electn h 166 W Main Jensen, Albert (I5458)
 
159 (Marie) wtrchmn h 48 Douglas Jensen, Christen Charles (I5454)
 
160 (Medical): Michael, Pincus (I105)
 
161 (Medical): Powell, George Cuthbert Sr. (I3448)
 
162 (Medical):1850 Mortality Schedule:
Name: Powell, Cuthbert Age: 74 Year: 1850 County: Loudoun Township: Unknown Townships State: Virginia Birth State: VA Cause of Death: DIARRHEA Page: 0 Month: MAY 
Powell, Cuthbert (I870)
 
163 (Medical):20 years had coronary artery disease Bonamy, Douglas George (I925)
 
164 (Medical):A post mortem exam showed that his death was caused by internal chest hemorrhage due to traumatic lacerations of the upper lobe to his left lung. Neal, Donald Gene (I1826)
 
165 (Medical):bad disposition; alcoholic Goodwin, Frank Stier (I931)
 
166 (Medical):depressed due to her poor health, and her husband's

Dr. Thomas Claggett was a physician in Leesburg--perhaps a friend/colleague of Olivia’s father 
Powell, Olivia Claggett (I39)
 
167 (Medical):despondent over financial situation Bronne, Louise Caryl (I186)
 
168 (Medical):diagnosed age 79
generalized metastases
perforation of the colon
cardiovascular disease
permanent colostomy
surgery 5/31/1947--resection of the sigmoid colon for adenocarcinoma 
Hamerschlag, Anna Kate (I5861)
 
169 (Medical):diagnosed roughly aged 46
presumed positive BRCA-1 185delAG 
Buyer, Margaret Ann (I185)
 
170 (Medical):Drowned in Indian Creek while trying to herd animals across. Maxwell, Francis Avery (I1846)
 
171 (Medical):from MD death records:

Rosskop, Harry E. died 7/3/1971 Baltimore age 58 death cert. 6392 
Rosskopf, Dr. Joseph Maxwell (I5600)
 
172 (Medical):Georgetown University Hospital
diagnosed age 33 
Buyer, Nancy Ruth (I167)
 
173 (Medical):had breast cancer in 1921, radical mastectomy Michael, Rebecca (I3326)
 
174 (Medical):He had poured gasoline on a wood stove fire. Stier, Loren Le Roy (I1726)
 
175 (Medical):lung cancer, benign skin cancers, arthritis, oesteoporosis Goodwin, Mary Margaret (I926)
 
176 (Medical):New Rochelle Hospital Buyer, Samuel (I152)
 
177 (Medical):NYC death certificate 17667 Stein, Louise (I13)
 
178 (Medical):presumed positive BRCA-1 185delAG





Bob Buyer, longtime News reporter wrote about life in rural WNY
Buffalo News
October 13, 2009, 6:48 AM

May 30, 1922—Oct. 12, 2009
Robert E. “Bob” Buyer, whose reports made rural Western New York come alive in the pages of The Buffalo News for more than four decades, died Monday in Millard Fillmore Hospital. He was 87.
He covered politics, the prisons and, mostly, agriculture and rural issues.
Mr. Buyer was the first reporter on the scene when the Attica prison riot erupted on Sept. 9, 1971, spent that night at the prison and wrote stories from Attica for the next three days until state police quelled the uprising. He later wrote numerous stories about developments in the aftermath of the riot.
His happiest times were traveling the backroads and writing about people and places that ordinarily would have gone unrecognized.
Mr. Buyer came to The News in 1951 after working for the Oneida Dispatch and the Jamestown Sun and, after eight months, was assigned to the Western New York beat. He retired from full-time reporting in 1998 but continued as a columnist.
He wrote more than 1,200 weekly farm columns, which appeared every Saturday for 22 years.
“Writing them allowed me to meet so many hardworking and creative farm people,” he noted in his final column in June 2000. “They deserve to be known among other titles as stewards of the soil. I owe them thanks for helping a city-born boy through Western New York’s fields, barns and orchards.”
In the early 1980s, he also wrote the widely read “Bob Buyer on the Backroads” series. In the mid-1980s, the New York State Farm Bureau presented him its Distinguished Service to Agriculture Award.
He also won 10 Page One awards from the Buffalo Newspaper Guild along with numerous other awards.
“Bob Buyer was one of the most energetic and enthusiastic members of The News reporting staff—traits he never lost through his long reporting career,” said Bill Flynn, News city editor. “In many ways he was the paper’s ambassador to our readers in rural Western New York.”
Born in New York City, he graduated from Jamaica High School in Queens in 1938 and served in the Army Signal Corps in World War II in England and France, where he was severely wounded. After the war, he graduated from Queens College and earned a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri.
In 1953 and 1960, Mr. Buyer toured American military bases overseas, interviewing Western New York servicemen. In 1985, he was one of 40 World War II veterans invited by the Dutch government to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the nation’s liberation.
Mr. Buyer was one of the founders and the first treasurer of the Amherst Clarence Hospital, which later became Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital. He was active in the Food Bank of Western New York from its earliest days and served on the Williamsville Village Planning Board.
He was a treasurer of Local 26 of the American Newspaper Guild and a president of the Frontier Press Club.
Surviving are his wife of 54 years, the former Suzanne Fruchtbaum; two daughters, Martha and Lise; and a brother, Richard.
A memorial service will be at 11:30 a. m. Thursday in the Williamsville Meeting House, 5658 Main St. 
Buyer, Robert Edward (I188)
 
179 (Medical):presumed positive BRCA-1 185delAG Buyer, Richard (I35)
 
180 (Medical):prostate cancer 1993
presumed positive BRCA-1 185delAG 
Buyer, Royal Samuel (I174)
 
181 (Medical):Prostate Cancer, 1998
Monoclonal Gamopathy of Undetermined Significance, 2000
Smoldering Myeloma, 2004 
Buyer, Edward Michael (I1)
 
182 (Medical):Ramapo Valley Nursing Home, Suffern NY Michael, Edith Selma M.D. (I163)
 
183 (Medical):Schizophrenic? Goodwin, Jean Campbell (I945)
 
184 (Medical):Severe chronic asthma. Asthma caused heart problems Goodwin, Frank (I929)
 
185 (Medical):severe mitral valve regurgitation
atrial fibrillation
abdominal aortic aneurysm
emphysema 
Stier, Marilyn Patterson (I111)
 
186 (Medical):source: Leonia NJ death certificate
Dr. A. R. McMichael 
Michael, Bernard (I15)
 
187 (Mrs.) Eleanor Fullford (Fulford) 1799-1800, P. 114; Assessment Book 1800, P. 207; 1801-1803, P. 122 Bodkin, Eleanor (I2383)
 
188 (News Article)
Date: 1916-08-03; Paper: The Evening News
Dr. Henry Abrahms 
Abrahm, Dr. Henry (I5931)
 
189 (Nora E) clk h 104 Wilhelm Ave Nichols, Clayton Robert (I4832)
 
190 (Now Howard Co.) Griffith, Orlando (I1592)
 
191 (now the city of Suffolk) Parker, William Sr. (I270)
 
192 (Olga) h 210 Riverside Dr apt 9N, same building as Royal Hamerschlag, Edwin (I122)
 
193 (Research):Barber, John III MD MONTGOMERY CO. 164 1800 00000-0001000
Barber, John, Sr. MD MONTGOMERY CO. 164 1800 02002-0000203
Barber, Rizen MD MONTGOMERY CO. 164 1800 00010-2001000
Barber, Samuel MD MONTGOMERY CO. 166 1800 20010-0111002
Barber, John MD MONTGOMERY CO. 322 1810
Barber, Rezen MD MONTGOMERY CO. 322 1810
Barber, Samuel MD MONTGOMERY CO. 365 1810
Barber, Thomas MD WASHINGTON CO. WILLIAMS PORT 471 1810
Barber, Kezir MD MONTGOMERY CO. GOSHEN DISTRICT NO 176 1820
Barber, Willaim MD MONTGOMERY CO. GOSHEN DISTRICT NO 172 1820
Barber, Allen MD WASHINGTON CO. FUNCKSTOWN 125 1820
Barber, George MD WASHINGTON CO. WILLIAMSPORT 081 1820
Barber, Ignatius MD WASHINGTON CO. 2ND ELECTION TERR. 087 1820
Barber, Rezson MD WASHINGTON CO. 2ND ELECTION TERR. 084 1820
Barber, Allen MD WASHINGTON CO. 3RD ELECTION DISTRICT 159 1830
Barber, Ignatius MD WASHINGTON CO. 3RD ELECTION DISTRICT 164 1830 
Barbour, Johnzy (I547)
 
194 (Sophie) h 611 N. Calhoun Stier, Winfield Scott (I1380)
 
195 (The White Place, Just North Of Annapolis Junction On The West Of The B&O Railroad) Griffith, Orlando (I1592)
 
196 (Toby) Sam Newman was a recruiting officer for the U. S. Navy during World War II. Key cities for him would be Akron and Cleveland, Ohio, Bowling Green, Kentucky, and Washington D.C. I know he was in Washington in the late 1940's or so, since I used to visit him in his office at HEW, where my mother also worked.

Biography & Genealogy Master Index (BGMI)
Newman, Samuel Clayton 1910-
American Men & Women of Science. A biographical directory of today's leaders in physical, biological, and related sciences. 12th edition, Social & Behavioral Sciences. Two volumes. New York: R.R. Bowker Co., 1973. (AmMWSc 73S)

American Men & Women of Science. A biographical directory of today's leaders in physical, biological, and related sciences. 13th edition, Social & Behavioral Sciences. One volume. New York: R.R. Bowker Co., 1978. (AmMWSc 78S)

Biographical Directory of the American Public Health Association. 1979 edition. New York: R.R. Bowker Co., 1979. (BiDrAPH 79)

Name: Samuel Clayton NEWMAN Sex: M Birth: 16 NOV 1910 in Wilkinson, PA Death: 11 JUL 1995 in Akron, Summit County, OH _DEG: Ph.D. Sociology Occupation: BET. 1951 - 1973 Professor of Sociology, University of Akron Event: SS# 579-44-7120

Father: Henry Jacob NEWMAN b: 15 FEB 1870
Mother: Cora Belle RALPH b: 25 DEC 1880 in Cranberry Township, Venango County, PA

Marriage 1 Living HYER

Akron Beacon Journal (OH) - July 13, 1995
Deceased Name: Dr. Samuel C. NewmanDr. Samuel C. Newman, 84, Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Akron, died July 11, 1995.
Dr. Newman was born Nov. 16, 1910 in Wilkinsburg, Pa. He received his B.A. degree at Pitt in 1931, his M.A. at Oberlin in 1934, and his Ph.D. at Ohio State in 1939. Dr. Newman taught sociology at Ohio State from 1934 to 1939, and the University of Louisville from 1939 to 1942. During World War II, he served 40 months in the Navy, after which he moved to Washington, D.C., and worked in the Vital Statistics Division of the U.S. Public Health Service as Chief of Marriage and Divorce Statistics for five years; also teaching part time at American University. Dr. Newman came to Akron in 1951 to accept a teaching assignment in sociology at the University of Akron, retiring early because of health problems in 1973. He had been active in many community organizations and professional groups. Dr. Newman was a member of the First Congregational Church and the Ecumenical Campus Ministry at the University of Akron.
Preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy, on July 3, 1995, he leaves special friends, Morgan and Janet McGuire.
Funeral services at 11 a.m. Friday at the Dunn-Quigley, Ciriello & Carr Funeral Home, 811 Grant St., Akron, Rev. Dianne Shirey officiating, where friends may call from 10 a.m. until service time. Interment at Glendale Cemetery. For those who wish, memorials could be made to the Sociology Department, Olin Hall, the University of Akron, 44325-1905, or the First Congregational Church, 292 E. Market St., Akron 44308-2091. (Dunn-Quigley, Ciriello & Carr, Akron Grant Street, 253-8121.)

SAMUEL C NEWMAN

SSN 579-44-7120 Residence: 44314 Akron, Summit, OH
Born 16 Nov 1910 Last Benefit:
Died 11 Jul 1995 Issued: DC (1952)

Newman, Samuel C
Ohio Deaths, 1993-98

Volume: 30325 Certificate: 058192
Autopsy: No Gender: Male
Date of Death: 11 July 1995 SSN: 579447120
Birth Date: 16 November 1910 Father's Surname: Newman
Time of Death: 7:10 PM Age: 84
Birth Place: Pennsylvania Marital Status: Widowed
Residence: Ohio Hispanic Origin: Non Hispanic
Years of Schooling: 17 Certifier: Physician
Referred to Coroner: No Branch of Service: Us Navy
Method of Disposition: Burial
Mother's Surname: Ralph
Place of Death: Hospital/Inpatient
Race: White 
Newman, Samuel Clayton (I5457)
 
197 ***The name Jacob Bayer recurs a number of times in Kasejovice records. It is not clear at this point how many Jacobs there actually were, or where in the family tree this indivdual(s) actually fits. My best guess at the moment, but there are some inconsistencies*** Bayer, Jacob (I1651)
 
198 ***The name Jacob Bayer recurs a number of times in Kasejovice records. It is not clear at this point how many Jacobs there actually were, or where in the family tree this indivdual(s) actually fits.*** Bayer, Jacob (I6329)
 
199 **NOT PROVEN that he is a child of Josef Bayer** Bayer, Jonas (I9427)
 
200 **NOT PROVEN that he is a child of Samuel and Katharina Bayer** Bayer, David (I9433)
 

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