Elliot Carhart and Margaret E. Pettit

Elliot Carhart, son of Henry Carhart and Clarissa Everett, was married 1850 Sep 29 to Margaret E. Pettit, daughter of Bartholomew Pettit and Sarah Ann (Elizabeth) Butts. They eventually settled in Macon, Macon county, Missouri.


Husband: Elliot + Carhart (1)


Born: 1828 Mar 22 – White Plains, Westchester, New York
Christened:
Died: 1905 Dec 19 – Macon, Macon, Missouri
Buried:
Father: Henry + Carhart (1781-1871)
Mother: Clarissa “Clara” + Everett (1793-1868) (1)
Marriage: 1850 Sep 29 Place:


Events


1. Occupation: Carpenter.

2. Census: 1830 Otselic, Chenango, New York. (2)

1830 NEW YORK CHENANGO OTSELIC TOWNSHIP
pg. 205
A? HILL
Henry CARHART 1 2 1 1 – – 1 / 1 – 1 – – – 1
Lyman LEVAN
Oliver EVERET – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
NOTE: 1 male and 1 female 60 to 70 years of age
Darius EVERET – – – – – 1 / 1 1 1 – – 1
Edward ROGERS
William MILES
Sylvester NASH
Ira A. MATTERSON
Aron RICHARDS
Dennis ROOSILL
Oliver MATHEWS
Gideon WORDON
Samuel BUTTS – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
John R. BUTTS 1 – – – 1 – – – 1 / – – – – 1
Thomas G. BATES
Wing DURPHEY
Orlando SKINNER
James W. FOOT
Alvin MOSELY
NOTE: pg. 208 Samuel BUTTS Jr. and pg. 211 Alexander BUTTS

3. Military: Civil War. (3) An Elliot Carhart served in Company C, 96
Ohio Infantry. Inducted and discharged as a private.

4. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (4)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.

5. Census: 1850 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1850 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 241
1971/1982 Henry CARHART 60 farmer b. NY
Clarrisa 60 b. CONN
Elliott 22 b. NY
Marinda 14 b. NY
Camilla OSGOOD 10 b. OH
Clarissa 8
Ralph 2

BROWN TOWNSHIP
pg. 304
2862/2826 Bartholomew PETIT 57 $2100 farmer b. DEL
Sarah Ann 46 b. MD
Jacob F. 25 farmer b. OH
Eliza 22
Sarah J. 12
Abe ? 8

6. Census: 1860 Brown, Delaware, Ohio. (6)

1860 OH, Delaware Co., Brown, Kilbourne PO
Pg. 55
827/785 Elliott CARHART 32 farmer $400 $300 b. NY
Margaret 30 b. OH
Eliza 8
Arlington 6

7. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (7)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

8. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

9. Census: 1900 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (9) 1900 MISSOURI, MACON CO.,
MACON CITY, WARD ONE
pg. 125a
Rutherford St.
43/43

MITCHELL Robt. G. b. Oct. 1852/53? 47 yoa married 8 years b. MO., Father
b. VA. Mother b. Missouri atty at law
Lena Bell b. March 1878 28 2 children, 2 surviving b. MO father b. NY
Mother b. OH
Margaret B. Oct. 1892 7 b. MO., in school
Robt. C. March 1895 5 b. MO
Next door was a John A. TURNER, also an atty at law. And in the next
house, pg. 125b is Elliot CARHART.
45/45
CARHART Elliot March 1828 72 married 49 ys. NY Father b. NY mother b.
Conn. carpenter
Margaret b. Jan. 1830 70 7 children with 6 surviving b. OH, father b.
Delaware, mother b. VA
Ida M. b. April 1852 48 OH teacher in high school
Rosa b. 1869 31 MO teacher
Edith b. 1873 26 MO teacher
Next door lived John ERWIN a shoemaker born in Ohio, and Ace ERWIN and
family, a barber.


Wife: Margaret E. + Pettit (1)


AKA: Margaret CARHART
Born: 1830 Jan 21 – Zanesville, Muskingum, Ohio
Christened:
Died: 1914 Aug 10 – Macon, Macon, Missouri
Buried: – Oakwood Cemetery
Father: Bartholomew + Pettit (1793-1850)
Mother: Sarah Ann (Elizabeth) + Butts (1804-1850) (1)


Events


1. Religion: Presbyterian.

2. Census: 1830 Bush Creek, Muskingum, Ohio. (10)

1830 OHIO MUSKINGUM BUSH CREEK
Jonathan CARLILE
William DONALDSON
David MARTIN
Margaret L. MOORE
Abraham BESFORD?
Jacob PETTIT or PELLET – – – – 1 / – – – – – 1 (1 deaf and dumb white
person of age 14 and under 25)
James L. MOORE (ELMORE)
Ann BROWN
Isaac DUTTON
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 – – – – 1 / 2 1 – – 1
Reuben WHITAKER
Francis KING
(next page)
Edmund BARBER
David BUTT 1 – – 1 – – 1 /1 2 2 – 1 1
Peter SHORT
Jacob AUSTIN?
Ann TRIPLETE?
Hazel BUTT – 1 – – 1 / – 1 – – 1
James HOPKIN
John MOSTAL
Zedekiah BUTT – – 1 – – – – – – 1 / – – – 1 – – – 1
John KING
Christian BAHGHMAN

3. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (4)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.

4. Census: 1860 Brown, Delaware, Ohio. (6)

1860 OH, Delaware Co., Brown, Kilbourne PO
Pg. 55
827/785 Elliott CARHART 32 farmer $400 $300 b. NY
Margaret 30 b. OH
Eliza 8
Arlington 6

5. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (7)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

6. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

7. Census: 1900 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (9)

1900 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
pg. 125a
Rutherford St.
43/43
MITCHELL Robt. G. b. Oct. 1852/53? 47 yoa married 8 years b. MO., Father
b. VA. Mother b. Missouri atty at law
Lena Bell b. March 1878 28 2 children, 2 surviving b. MO father b. NY
Mother b. OH
Margaret B. Oct. 1892 7 b. MO., in school
Robt. C. March 1895 5 b. MO
Next door was a John A. TURNER, also an atty at law. And in the next
house, pg. 125b is Elliot CARHART.
45/45
CARHART Elliot March 1828 72 married 49 ys. NY Father b. NY mother b.
Conn. carpenter
Margaret b. Jan. 1830 70 7 children with 6 surviving b. OH, father b.
Delaware, mother b. VA
Ida M. b. April 1852 48 OH teacher in high school
Rosa b. 1869 31 MO teacher
Edith b. 1873 26 MO teacher
Next door lived John ERWIN a shoemaker born in Ohio, and Ace ERWIN and
family, a barber.

8. Census: 1910 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (11)

1910 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Jackson Street. 1148/95/99
CARHART Margaret E. 80 wd. b. OH father b. Del. Mother b. VA
Ida M. 56 b. OH watercolor artist
Edith A. 37 b. MO teaches music in school
On one side lives Charles ERWIN, a shoemaker, and on the other, Nathaniel
M. SHETTON, a circuit court judge.
Further down the page on N. Rutherford St., 1102/101/105
MITCHELL Lena 39, given as married, 7 children with 6 surviving b. MO
father b. NY mother b. OH
Gwynette 17 b. MO
Robert C. 14 b. MO
John C. 8 b.MO
Dorothy 6 b. MO
Lawrence C. 3 b. MO
Benjamin C. 1 and 8/12
To one side lives Floyd MATTHEWS, a lawyer. On the other side lives
Willard CLARK, no profession given. Next door to him is Ben FRANKLIN, a
lawyer.

9. Death: 1914 Aug 10 Macon, Macon, Missouri. Of Zanesville Ohio.
Died at 8:00 P.M.


Children


1 M Ida May Carhart (1)
Born: 1852 Apr 16 – Eden, Delaware, Ohio
Christened:
Died: 1928 Feb 5 – , Macon, Missouri
Buried: – Oakwood, Macon, Missouri
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Occupation: Was a professor of Botany and Drawing in the State Normal
School at Warrensburg, Mo.

2. Census: 1860 Brown, Delaware, Ohio. (6)

1860 OH, Delaware Co., Brown, Kilbourne PO
Pg. 55
827/785 Elliott CARHART 32 farmer $400 $300 b. NY
Margaret 30 b. OH
Eliza 8
Arlington 6

3. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (7)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

4. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

5. Census: 1900 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (9)

1900 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
pg. 125a
Rutherford St.
43/43
MITCHELL Robt. G. b. Oct. 1852/53? 47 yoa married 8 years b. MO., Father
b. VA. Mother b. Missouri atty at law
Lena Bell b. March 1878 28 2 children, 2 surviving b. MO father b. NY
Mother b. OH
Margaret B. Oct. 1892 7 b. MO., in school
Robt. C. March 1895 5 b. MO
Next door was a John A. TURNER, also an atty at law. And in the next
house, pg. 125b is Elliot CARHART.
45/45
CARHART Elliot March 1828 72 married 49 ys. NY Father b. NY mother b.
Conn. carpenter
Margaret b. Jan. 1830 70 7 children with 6 surviving b. OH, father b.
Delaware, mother b. VA
Ida M. b. April 1852 48 OH teacher in high school
Rosa b. 1869 31 MO teacher
Edith b. 1873 26 MO teacher
Next door lived John ERWIN a shoemaker born in Ohio, and Ace ERWIN and
family, a barber.

6. Census: 1910 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (11)

1910 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Jackson Street. 1148/95/99
CARHART Margaret E. 80 wd. b. OH father b. Del. Mother b. VA
Ida M. 56 b. OH watercolor artist
Edith A. 37 b. MO teaches music in school
On one side lives Charles ERWIN, a shoemaker, and on the other, Nathaniel
M. SHETTON, a circuit court judge.
Further down the page on N. Rutherford St., 1102/101/105
MITCHELL Lena 39, given as married, 7 children with 6 surviving b. MO
father b. NY mother b. OH
Gwynette 17 b. MO
Robert C. 14 b. MO
John C. 8 b.MO
Dorothy 6 b. MO
Lawrence C. 3 b. MO
Benjamin C. 1 and 8/12
To one side lives Floyd MATTHEWS, a lawyer. On the other side lives
Willard CLARK, no profession given. Next door to him is Ben FRANKLIN, a
lawyer.

7. Census: 1920 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (12)

1920 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Rutherford St.
1102/228/228
MITCHELL Lena B. 44 wd. b. MO
John C. 18 b. MO
Dorothy 16 b. MO
Lawrence C. 13 b. MO
Benjamin D. 11 b. MO
229/229
CARHART Ida 67 b. OH
Edith 46 b. MO music teacher
To one side lives Claude MOODY who’s given as a farmer and to the other
side is David JONES of Wales who is a coal miner. Lena has managed to
chop a few years off her age there, I see.


2 M Arlington B. Carhart (1)
Born: 1854 Mar 11 – Eden, Delaware, Ohio (13)
Christened:
Died: 1914 Feb 5
Buried: – Oakland Cemetery, Manchester, Delaware, Ohio (14)
Spouse: Elizabeth “Lizzie” T. Landis (1856-1923)
Marr. Date: 1878 May 16 – Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1860 Brown, Delaware, Ohio. (6)

1860 OH, Delaware Co., Brown, Kilbourne PO
Pg. 55
827/785 Elliott CARHART 32 farmer $400 $300 b. NY
Margaret 30 b. OH
Eliza 8
Arlington 6

2. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (7)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

3. Census: 1880 Manchester, Delaware, Iowa. (15)

Year: 1880; Census Place: Manchester, Delaware, Iowa; Roll: T9_336;
Family History Film: 1254336; Page: 424C; Enumeration District: 154;
Image: 0630.
448/468 CARHART Carlington 26 clerk in store b. OH father b. NY mother b.
OH
Lizzie L. 24 dressmaker b. PA parents b. PA
J. BURTON 11/12 son b. IA father b. OH mother b. PA

4. Census: 1900 Delaware, Delaware, Iowa. (16) Year: 1900; Census Place:
Delaware, Delaware, Iowa; Roll: T623 428; Page: 7B; Enumeration District:
78.
CARHART A.B. March 1854 46 md 22 years b. OH father b. NY mother b. OH
Manager Hardware Store
Lizzie April 1856 married 22 years 3 children with 2 surviving b. PA
parents b. PA
Nina B. July 1882 17 b. IA father b. OH mother b. PA

5. Census: 1910 Delaware, Delaware, Iowa. (17)

1910 IA Delaware Co. Delaware
312/163/166 CARHART Arlington B. 43 md 24 years b. IA father b. IL mother
b. MD manager Creamery Co.
Lizzie L. 40 md 24 years 2 children with 2 surviving b. IA father b. IA
mother b. OH Secretary at Creamery Co.

6. Migration: Spring 1878 moved to Manchester.

7. He attended school at Commerical College in , Macon, Missouri.
Arlington was graduated at Commercial College, Macon City, Mo.

8. Organizations: Manchester Lodge No. 165, A.F.& A.

9. Organizations: Olive Branch Chapter No. 43.

10. Organizations: Knights Templar and Elam Council No. 33.

11. Organizations: El Kahir Temple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.

12. Religion: Congregational Church.

13. A. B. Carhart Obituary. DEATH VISITS MANCHESTER HOMES

A. B. CARHART, WELL KNOWN HARDWARE DEALER, GIVES UP LIFE’S BATTLE

Impressive Funeral Services Held

Feb. 5 1914

Masons Pay Tribute to Memory of Beloved Brother

A. B. CARHART, for seventeen years a prominent business man of
Manchester, passed away at his home in this city on Thursday night,
shortly before midnight, following an illness of a week. For nearly a
year those most closely associated with Mr. CARHART have noticed a
decline in his physical strength, but notwithstanding this decline he was
always found at his post of duty until just a week before his death.
Although his friends in Mancheseter had known of his critical illness few
days previous to the final summons, not even those who watched constantly
at his bedside realized that the sickness through which he was then
passing would bring the summons.

Impressive funeral services were held at the Congregational church Sunday
afternoon at 2:30, Rev. J. F. MOORE preaching the sermon, paying a
beautiful tribute to the memory of Mr. CARHART. Members of the Masonic
lodge attended in large numbers, and because of the severity of the
weather, the Masonic burial service was read in the church. The services
were attended by a large number of sorrowing friends and lodge members.
Following the services the remains were placed in the receiving vault in
Oakland cemetery, interment to be made at a later date.

Mr. CARHART was born at Eden, Delaware County, Ohio, March 11, 1854, and
spent his boyhood days in the native county in that state. When a boy in
his teens his parents removed from the state of Ohio, and went to Macon,
Missouri, where he grew to young manhood. After finishing his schooling
he taught school for a short time in the western part of Iowa.

In the spring of 1878 he came to Manchester, and found employment in the
grocery store conducted by A. B. TERRIL. On May 16, 1878, Mr. CARHART was
united in marriage with Miss Lizzie L. LANDIS of Philadelphia, their
marriage taking place in Chicago. The day following their marriage, Mr.
and Mrs. CARHART came to Manchester, where they have lived happily
together for over thirty-six years. After several months of faithful
service in Mr. TERRILL’s grocery store, Mr. CARHART changed from the work
of the grocery clerk to that of work in the hardware store of ADAMS
Brothers. For nearly two years, Mr. CARHART was in the employ of this
pioneer hardware firm. Before going into business in Mancheseter Mr.
CARHART held responsible positions as a traveling salesman for hardware
concerns of Chicago and Dubuque, following this occupation for nearly
sixteen years. When the necessity of a rest from close attention to
business cares compelled Mr. CARHART to make a change, the sale of the
large stock was affected.

During all of the years that Mr. CARHART was associated with the business
interests of Manchester, he formed the most intimate friendships among
his business associates. By adherence to such rules of life as make for
the square deal in all of his transactions he at once won the confidence
of those who came in contact with him. Althought his time was occupied
with the cares and responsibilites of a large business, he always found
time to have a friendly word with those who had learned to love him.

Not only did he stand for the square deal in the business life of this
community, but his influence for good was felt even more strongly in the
church and lodge. For years, he had been intimately associated with the
work of the Congregational church, being a member of the board of deacons
at the time of his death. He was faithful in the performances of his
church obligations. His faith in his Maker was deep seated and his
earnest Christian life proved an inspiration to his pastor, with whom he
had entered into a most intimate friendship, and fellow church members.

In the death of this beloved citizen the Masonic order suffers the loss
of a faithful member. During the many years that he was affiliated with
this order he held many positions of honor and trust and was faithful to
all of the high principles for which the Masonic order stands. He was a
member of Manchester Lodge No. 145 (165?), A. F. & A. M; Olive Branch
chapter No. 48; Knights Templar, and Elam Council No. 33, and also of El
Kahir Temple Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.

Mr. CARHART leaves to mourn his death his devoted wife and one daughter,
Miss Nina CARHART, and one son, Bert CARHART of St. Louis. Besides the
wife and two children he leaves his aged and invalidmother, Mrs. Margaret
CARHART, and four sisters, Mrs. Lena MITCHELL, Miss Ida CARHART, Miss
Edith CARHART, all of Macon, Missouri, and Mrs. Leroy PERRINA of
Chillicotha, Missouri.

The sudden death … has blasted cherished plans. Often had he remarked
to his most intimiate friends that he longed for the time when he would
be able to lay aside the busy cares of life and be able to enjoy in a
larger measure the companionship of his family.

At this time of great sorrow, Manchester friends extend to the bereaved
ones, sincere sympathy.

Photo by N. H. HYDE, Manchester

Transcribed by JMK 2001


3 M Prof. Carrington Elliot Carhart (1)
Born: 1861 Apr 1 – Ohio, Deleware County
Christened:
Died: 1910 Nov 13 – Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Buried: – Graceland Cemetery
Spouse: Wife Of Carrington Carhart ( -Bef 1900) (18)
Marr. Date: Between 1880 and 1900
Spouse: Olive H. Henry (Abt 1870- ) (19)
Marr. Date: Abt 1900 (18)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (7)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

2. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

3. Occupation: Principal Abt 1889-1891 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri.

Principal. Location: 2436 Olive.
Source: Kansas City, Missouri City Directories, 1889-1891

4. Census: 1900 Columbus, Franklin, Ohio. (20)

Year: 1900; Census Place: Columbus, Franklin, Ohio; Roll: T623 1268;
Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 67.
40th South Fourth Street CARHART Carrington E. Lodger APril 1861 39
widowed b. NY father b. NY mother b. DE

5. Occupation: Newspaper Man 1900.

6. Census: 1910 Chicago, Cook, Illinois. (18) 1910 Illinois, Cook
County, Chicago
Pg. 24A
2/2 CARHART Carrington E. head 47 md 10 years b. NY parents b. NY Edittor
book publisher
Olive M. wife 40 md 10 years 1 child b. IL parents b. NY
Emily E. stepdaughter 18 b. IL father b. NY mother b. IL

7. Occupation: Publisher and book editor 1910.


4 M Arthur L. Carhart (1)
Born: 1867 Feb 24 – , , Ohio
Christened:
Died: 1884 Oct 2
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (7)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

2. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.


5 F Rose Ella Carhart (1)
Born: 1869 Nov 20 – , , Missouri
Christened:
Died: 1952 Oct
Buried:
Spouse: Leroy L. Perrine (1876- ) (21)
Marr. Date:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (7)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

2. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

3. Census: 1900 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (9)

1900 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
pg. 125a
Rutherford St.
43/43
MITCHELL Robt. G. b. Oct. 1852/53? 47 yoa married 8 years b. MO., Father
b. VA. Mother b. Missouri atty at law
Lena Bell b. March 1878 28 2 children, 2 surviving b. MO father b. NY
Mother b. OH
Margaret B. Oct. 1892 7 b. MO., in school
Robt. C. March 1895 5 b. MO
Next door was a John A. TURNER, also an atty at law. And in the next
house, pg. 125b is Elliot CARHART.
45/45
CARHART Elliot March 1828 72 married 49 ys. NY Father b. NY mother b.
Conn. carpenter
Margaret b. Jan. 1830 70 7 children with 6 surviving b. OH, father b.
Delaware, mother b. VA
Ida M. b. April 1852 48 OH teacher in high school
Rosa b. 1869 31 MO teacher
Edith b. 1873 26 MO teacher
Next door lived John ERWIN a shoemaker born in Ohio, and Ace ERWIN and
family, a barber.

4. Census: 1910 Olathe, Johnson, Kansas. Name: Leroy L Perrine
Age in 1910: 36
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1874
Birthplace: Illinois
Relation to Head of House: Son
Father’s Name: Daniel C
Father’s Birth Place: Illinois
Mother’s Name: Martha M C
Mother’s Birth Place: South Carolina
Spouse’s Name: Rada E C
Home in 1910: Olathe Ward 1, Johnson, Kansas
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Male
Household Members:
Name Age
Daniel C Perrine 65 b. IL
Martha M C Perrine 68 b. SC
Leroy L Perrine 36 md 9 years b. IL
Rosa E C Perrine 39 b. MO
Ruth Perrine 6 b. IN
George C Perrine 4 b. IL
Donald L Perrine 3

5. Census: 1920 Decatur, DeKalb, Georgia. Name: Percy L Perrine
[Leroy L Perrine]
Home in 1920: Decatur, De Kalb, Georgia
Age: 46 years
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1874
Birthplace: Illinois
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse’s Name: Rosa E
Father’s Birth Place: Illinois
Mother’s Birth Place: South Carolina
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Sex: Male
Home owned: Rent
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Image: 245
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Percy L Perrine 46
Rosa E Perrine 50
Ruth Perrine 16
George Perrine 14
Donald Perrine 12
E B Shepherd un

Living on Sycamore St.

6. Census: 1930 Dallas, Dallas, Texas. 5936/89/222 PERRINE L.L. $55 rent
54 b. IL father b. IL mother b. SC salesman machinery
Rosa 60 md at 28 b. MO father b. NY mother b. OH
Donald son 23 md at 31 b. IL father b. IL mother b. MO salesman com.
photography
Ruth 26 daughter b. IN father b. IL mother b. MO visitor
Daniel father widowed 85 b. IL parents b. NJ retired farmer

7. At time of death of A. B. Carhart 1914 Chillicothe, Livingston,
Missouri.


6 F Lena Bell + Carhart (22)
Born: 1871 Mar 22 – , Macon, Missouri
Christened:
Died: 1957 Nov 26 – Baldwin City, Douglas, Kansas (22)
Buried: – Oakwood Cemetery, Macon, Macon, Missouri
Spouse: Robert Gwyn + Mitchell (1852-1909)
Marr. Date: 1891 Aug 5 – , Macon, Missouri (22)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

2. Census: 1900 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (9)

1900 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
pg. 125a
Rutherford St.
43/43
MITCHELL Robt. G. b. Oct. 1852/53? 47 yoa married 8 years b. MO., Father
b. VA. Mother b. Missouri atty at law
Lena Bell b. March 1878 28 2 children, 2 surviving b. MO father b. NY
Mother b. OH
Margaret B. Oct. 1892 7 b. MO., in school
Robt. C. March 1895 5 b. MO
Next door was a John A. TURNER, also an atty at law. And in the next
house, pg. 125b is Elliot CARHART.
45/45
CARHART Elliot March 1828 72 married 49 ys. NY Father b. NY mother b.
Conn. carpenter
Margaret b. Jan. 1830 70 7 children with 6 surviving b. OH, father b.
Delaware, mother b. VA
Ida M. b. April 1852 48 OH teacher in high school
Rosa b. 1869 31 MO teacher
Edith b. 1873 26 MO teacher
Next door lived John ERWIN a shoemaker born in Ohio, and Ace ERWIN and
family, a barber.

3. Census: 1910 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (11)

1910 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Jackson Street. 1148/95/99
CARHART Margaret E. 80 wd. b. OH father b. Del. Mother b. VA
Ida M. 56 b. OH watercolor artist
Edith A. 37 b. MO teaches music in school
On one side lives Charles ERWIN, a shoemaker, and on the other, Nathaniel
M. SHETTON, a circuit court judge.
Further down the page on N. Rutherford St., 1102/101/105
MITCHELL Lena 39, given as married, 7 children with 6 surviving b. MO
father b. NY mother b. OH
Gwynette 17 b. MO
Robert C. 14 b. MO
John C. 8 b.MO
Dorothy 6 b. MO
Lawrence C. 3 b. MO
Benjamin C. 1 and 8/12
To one side lives Floyd MATTHEWS, a lawyer. On the other side lives
Willard CLARK, no profession given. Next door to him is Ben FRANKLIN, a
lawyer.

4. Census: 1920 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (12)

1920 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Rutherford St.
1102/228/228
MITCHELL Lena B. 44 wd. b. MO
John C. 18 b. MO
Dorothy 16 b. MO
Lawrence C. 13 b. MO
Benjamin D. 11 b. MO
229/229
CARHART Ida 67 b. OH
Edith 46 b. MO music teacher
To one side lives Claude MOODY who’s given as a farmer and to the other
side is David JONES of Wales who is a coal miner. Lena has managed to
chop a few years off her age there, I see.

5. Census: 1930 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (23) 1930 MO, MACON CO., MACON,
DISTRICT 12
N. Rutherford
1102/104/115
MITCHELL Lena B. owns $5000 59 widowed b. MO father b. NY mother b. OH
Benjamin 21 b. MO parents b. MO
Laurence C. 28 Bondsman for Dysert and Yarnelle

6. She enjoyed Book club.


7 F Edith Adella Carhart (1)
Born: 1873 Nov 25 – , , Missouri
Christened:
Died: 1925 Aug 15
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Occupation: Taught music in schools.

2. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

3. Census: 1900 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (9)

1900 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
pg. 125a
Rutherford St.
43/43
MITCHELL Robt. G. b. Oct. 1852/53? 47 yoa married 8 years b. MO., Father
b. VA. Mother b. Missouri atty at law
Lena Bell b. March 1878 28 2 children, 2 surviving b. MO father b. NY
Mother b. OH
Margaret B. Oct. 1892 7 b. MO., in school
Robt. C. March 1895 5 b. MO
Next door was a John A. TURNER, also an atty at law. And in the next
house, pg. 125b is Elliot CARHART.
45/45
CARHART Elliot March 1828 72 married 49 ys. NY Father b. NY mother b.
Conn. carpenter
Margaret b. Jan. 1830 70 7 children with 6 surviving b. OH, father b.
Delaware, mother b. VA
Ida M. b. April 1852 48 OH teacher in high school
Rosa b. 1869 31 MO teacher
Edith b. 1873 26 MO teacher
Next door lived John ERWIN a shoemaker born in Ohio, and Ace ERWIN and
family, a barber.

4. Census: 1910 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (11)

1910 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Jackson Street. 1148/95/99
CARHART Margaret E. 80 wd. b. OH father b. Del. Mother b. VA
Ida M. 56 b. OH watercolor artist
Edith A. 37 b. MO teaches music in school
On one side lives Charles ERWIN, a shoemaker, and on the other, Nathaniel
M. SHETTON, a circuit court judge.
Further down the page on N. Rutherford St., 1102/101/105
MITCHELL Lena 39, given as married, 7 children with 6 surviving b. MO
father b. NY mother b. OH
Gwynette 17 b. MO
Robert C. 14 b. MO
John C. 8 b.MO
Dorothy 6 b. MO
Lawrence C. 3 b. MO
Benjamin C. 1 and 8/12
To one side lives Floyd MATTHEWS, a lawyer. On the other side lives
Willard CLARK, no profession given. Next door to him is Ben FRANKLIN, a
lawyer.

5. Census: 1920 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (12)

1920 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Rutherford St.
1102/228/228
MITCHELL Lena B. 44 wd. b. MO
John C. 18 b. MO
Dorothy 16 b. MO
Lawrence C. 13 b. MO
Benjamin D. 11 b. MO
229/229
CARHART Ida 67 b. OH
Edith 46 b. MO music teacher
To one side lives Claude MOODY who’s given as a farmer and to the other
side is David JONES of Wales who is a coal miner. Lena has managed to
chop a few years off her age there, I see.



General Notes: Husband – Elliot + Carhart


Elliot CARHART (picture in gallery) was born 22 March 1828 in White Plains,
Westchester Co., NY, 4th son and 6th child of 7 to Henry CARHART and Clara
EVERETT. Henry was about 47 and Clara about 35 when Elliot was born.

On 29 Sept. 1850, Elliot CARHART, age 22, married Margaret PETTIT of
Zanesville, OH. She was 20, the daughter of Bartholomew PETTIT (of VA) and
Sarah BUTTS. Margaret was born 21 Jan. 1830.

Between 1853 and 1873, Margaret and Elliot had 7 children, the last born when
Margaret was about 43 and Elliot about 45.

Their children were:

1) Ida May CARHART, b. 16 Apr. 1852 in Eden, Delaware Co., OH, died 5 Feb 1928
at about 76.
2) Arlington CARHART b. 11 March 1854, Eden, Deleware Co., OH, died 6 Feb. 1914
at about 60. Arlington was a member of Manchester Lodge No. 165, A.F.& A; Olive
Branch Chapter No. 43; Knights Templar and Elam Council No. 33 and El Kahir
Temple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine; board of deacons Congregational Church. He
was graduated at Commercial College, Macon City, Mo. and resided in Manchester,
Iowa. Arlington’s obit and picture may be viewed in the history section.
Arlington married Lizzie L. LANDIS.
3) Carrington Elliot CARHART, b. 1 April 1861, died 13 Nov. 1910 Chicago IL. at
about 49. His obituary may be read in the history section.
4) Arthur L. CARHART, b. 24 Feb. 1867, died 2 Oct. 1884 at about 17.
5) Rose Ella CARHART, b. 20 Nov. 1859, died Oct. 1952 at about 83. She married
L. L. PERRIN after she was 31, sometime between 1900 and 1910.
6) Lena Bell CARHART, b. 22 March 1871, Macon Co. MO., married Robert Gwynn
MITCHELL.
7) Edith Adella CARHART, b. 25 Nov. 1873, died 15 August 1925 at about 52.

Neither Ida May nor Edith Adella ever married.

I’ve thus far located the family in the following censuses:

Elliot CARHART died December 29 1905 at about 77. Margaret PETTIT died 8:00
p.m., 10 August 1914 at about 74.


General Notes: Wife – Margaret E. + Pettit


Mrs. M. E. CARHART
Death Came to Aged Resident of Macon Monday Evening

Born in 1830

Mrs. Margaret E. CARHART, one of the pioneer residents of Macon, and a woman
much beloved for her many excellent qualities, gently passed to the home beyond
at 8:15 o’clock Monday evening, August 10, 1914, after a long illness, at ther
home on North Rutherford street.

She was born in Zanesville, Ohio, January 21, 1830, and at the time of her
death was well past the three score and ten, and all of them were years of
usefulness and well-doing till illness and feebleness, brought on my advanced
age, caused her activities to slacken.

Deceased reared a large family of children, four daughters surviving: Miss Ida
CARHART, Miss Edith CARHART, Mrs. R. G. MITCHELL and Mrs. Rosa PERRINE of
Chillicothe. Three sons, reared to manhood, have gone before: Arlington,
Carrington and Arthur, Arlington’s death occurring the past year: Mr. CARHART
died December 29, 1905.

Many friends will unite with us in extending sympathy to the bereaved daughters
who will deeply mourn the departure of their beloved mother and best friend.

The funeral services were held at the residence Wednesday morning at 9o’clock,
conducted by the Rev. W. D. CATER of the M. E. church of this city. Deceased
was a faithful member of the Presbyterian church, but in the absence of her
pastor, the Rev. Ira W. BARNETT, who is spending his vacation in Colorado, Mr.
CATER officiated.

Internment was made in Oakwood cemetery.

Transcribed by JMK 2001


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