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Solomon Cable/Cabell - OH
Posted by: Linda Roberts (ID *****1746) Date: December 25, 2004 at 17:36:26
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Is anyone researching this particular Solomon Cable/Cabell?

1850 United States Federal Census
Name: Salomon Cabell Age: 24 Estimated birth year: abt 1826 Birth place: Ohio
Gender: Male Home in 1850 (City,County,State): Not Stated, Scott, Illinois Page: 69
Roll: M432_128
Salomon Cabell Not Stated, Scott, IL abt 1826 Ohio
Eunice Cabell Not Stated, Scott, IL abt 1825 Ohio
Sena Bacchus Not Stated, Scott, IL abt 1844 Ohio
Amos B Bacchus Not Stated, Scott, IL abt 1846 Texas
Sarah J Bacchus Not Stated, Scott, IL abt 1849 Illinois

1860 United States Federal Census
Name: S D Caball Age in 1860: 35 Birthplace: Ohio Home in 1860: Green, Brown, Ohio
Gender: Male Post Office: Mount Orab Roll: M653_938 Page: 150 Year: 1860
S D Caball Green, Brown, OH 35 1824 Ohio Male
Eunice Caball Green, Brown, OH 37 1822 Ohio Female
Cenia Caball Green, Brown, OH 14 1845 Ohio Female
Amos Caball Green, Brown, OH 12 1847 Ohio Male
Sarah Caball Green, Brown, OH 9 1850 Ohio Female
Elizabeth Caball Green, Brown, OH 6 1853 Ohio Female
Mary C Caball Green, Brown, OH 4 1855 Ohio Female
Melissa Caball Green, Brown, OH 3 1856 Ohio Female
Abby Caball Green, Brown, OH 1 1858 Ohio Female

1870 United States Federal Census
Name: Soloman Cable Age in 1870: 48 Estimated Birth Year: 1821 Birthplace: Ohio
Home in 1870: Cass, Fulton, Illinois Race: White Gender: Male Post Office: Smithfield Roll: M593_222 Page: 437 Image: 307 Year: 1870
Soloman Cable Cass, Fulton, IL 48 1821 Ohio White Male Farm labor
Eunice Cable Cass, Fulton, IL 49 1820 Ohio White Female
Amos Cable Cass, Fulton, IL 23 1846 Texas White Male Farm labor
Elizabeth Cable Cass, Fulton, IL 17 1852 Illinois White Female
Mary C Cable Cass, Fulton, IL 15 1854 Illinois White Female
Mellisa Cable Cass, Fulton, IL 13 1856 Illinois White Female
Abbie Cable Cass, Fulton, IL 11 1858 Illinois White Female
Belle Cable Cass, Fulton, IL 7 1862 Illinois White Female
William H Cable Cass, Fulton, IL 5 1864 Illinois White Male
Samuel Cable Cass, Fulton, IL 2 1867 Illinois White Male

1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Solomon CABLE Self M Male W 57 OH Farmer PA OH
Eunice CABLE Wife M Female W 59 OH Keeping House OH OH
William CABLE Other S Male W 14 IL Farm Hand OH OH
Eunice B. CABLE Dau S Female W 17 IL At Home OH OH
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Census Place Longton, Elk, Kansas
Family History Library Film 1254380
NA Film Number T9-0380
Page Number 335C
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1900 United States Federal Census
Name: Solomon D Coble Home in 1900: Cass, Fulton, Illinois Age: 77 Estimated birth year: 1823 Birthplace: Ohio Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Father-in-law Image source: Year: 1900; Census Place: Cass, Fulton, Illinois; Roll: T623 302; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 13.
John M Watson Cass, Fulton, Illinois abt 1853 Illinois White Head (July 1862) 26
Mary C Watson Cass, Fulton, Illinois abt 1855 Illinois White Wife (Apr 1855) 26 8-8
Carrie Watson Cass, Fulton, Illinois abt 1875 Illinois White Daughter (Mch 1875)
James H Watson Cass, Fulton, Illinois abt 1879 Illinois White Son (Feb 1879)
Herman Watson Cass, Fulton, Illinois abt 1882 Illinois White Son (Aug 1881)
William E Watson Cass, Fulton, Illinois abt 1883 Illinois White Son (July 1882)
Bertha Watson Cass, Fulton, Illinois abt 1892 Illinois White Daughter (Jun 1891)
Lloyd Watson Cass, Fulton, Illinois abt 1895 Illinois White Son (Apr 1895)
Solomon D Coble Cass, Fulton, Illinois abt 1823 Ohio White Father-in-law (Mch 1823)50y
Unis Coble Cass, Fulton, Illinois abt 1820 Ohio White Mother-in-law (Feb 1820)13-8

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1910 United States Federal Census
Name: J M Watson Age in 1910: 57 Estimated birth year: 1852 Birthplace: Illinois
Home in 1910: CASS TWP, FULTON, Illinois Race: White Gender: Male Series: T624
Roll: 288 Part: 1 Page: 214A Year: 1910
HH74/74
Watson, J. M. Head M W 37 M1 37 IL IN IL Farmer Gen Farm
Mary C. Wife F W 53 M1 37 8-6 OH OH OH
Floyd Son M W 15 S IL IL IL OH Farm Laborer
Tate, Zelma Granddaughter F W 18 S IL IL IL
Harry Granddaughter? M W 14 S IL IL IL

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FULTON CO, ILLINOIS MARRIAGE RECORDS 1850-1900
WATSON, JOHN M CABLE, MARY C 04/02/1873 00D/0214 00000110 FULTON

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Possibly?????
ID: I13040
Name: EZRA (BACCUS)
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1816 in Scioto Co., Ohio
Death:

Father: PETER BACCUS II b: 16 MAY 1769 in German Township, Fayette Co., Pennsylvania
Mother: BARBARA (HOOVER) b: 5 APR 1770 in Fayette Co., Pennsylvania

Marriage 1 EUNICE (HIGGANS)
Married: 7 JAN 1841 in Scioto Co., Ohio

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J. M. Watson. It is impossible in a brief biographical sketch to render full
justice to prominent men, and yet there are some who are so intimately and
clearly identified with the county's welfare, and whose names are so
familiar to all that it is only justice to dwell upon what they have done
and the influence of their career upon others, not as empty words of praise,
but the plain statement of a plain truth. To this class belongs J. M.
Watson, commonly called "Roe" Watson, Assessor of Cass Township, who is a
young man of indisputable ability, and good business habits, and one alike
popular in social and mercantile circles. He is an active, wide-awake
farmer, and has won great success in pursuing this, his favorite occupation.
Our subject's birth occurred on section 29, this township in the 19th
of July, 1852, he being the son of John D. and Catharine (Cameron) Watson,
natives of Indiana and Illinois, respectively. His father is numbered among
the pioneer settlers in this State, and experienced all the hardships and
privations incidental to a residence in an undeveloped country. He was
called upon to mourn the loss of his beloved wife in 1856. To them had been
born three children, all of whom reached maturity, but of whom our subject
is the only one living at the present writing. His father was married again
and now makes his home in Oregon.
The subject of our sketch was the recipient of a common-school
education, but at an early age manifested a lively interest in educational
matters, and an amount of industry and integrity of purpose that could but
result in success. Following the footsteps of his father he has always
devoted his attention to farming, with the exception of a few years during
which time he tried railroading. At the early age of twenty-one he commenced
to make a business record for himself, and is now the owner of a valuable
estate near Smithfield, and also of an elegant residence.
Mr. Watson was married April 3, 1873, to Miss Mary C. Cable, daughter
of Solomon Cable, and immediately after his marriage settled upon his
present farm, which comprises one hundred and forty acres of excellent land
all in a body, one hundred acres of which are in a state of perfect
cultivation. Besides agriculture, he is also largely interested in
stock-raising, buying and selling all the time.
To Mr. and Mrs. Watson have been born six children, viz: Carrie B.,
Sadie C., Josie M., James H., John H., and William E., all of whom are
living at the present date. Our subject is a member of Smithfield Lodge No.
103, I. O. O. F., and has held the office of Treasurer, and others of equal
importance. He takes an active interest in political issues, voting the
Democratic ticket, and has at various times been a delegate to conventions.
His interest in school matters is very pronounced, and his children are all
receiving excellent instruction. Mr. Watson is classed among the
pre-eminently successful agriculturists of Cass Township, and has lost no
opportunity for improving his estate, or contributing to the general welfare
of the community who hold him in such high esteem. (Portrait & Biographical
Album of Fulton County, 1890, pages 345-346, submitted by Janine Crandell)

Linda Roberts


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