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2051 Peter became blind when about fourteen years of age, and then lived with his mother near Sanford, Fla. [He died there during the winter of 1890-91.] Thacher, Peter Jr. (I118011)
2052 Peter died in Hopewell, NY. This cemetery is near Seneca about 3 miles west of Geneva, NY on Hwy 20.

Census 1850 (Peter & Lydia Shomaker) NY, Ontario Co., Hopewell, pg. 226A, dwelling #36

Census 1860 (Peter & Lydia and family) NY Ontario Co., Hopewell twp., pg. 36; also on this page is Nicholas (age 45yrs.) & Rebecca Shoemaker & family but I do not know the relationship.

Census 1880 (Peter & Lyda Shumaker) NY, Ontario Co., Hopewell, page 35(286C) shows Peter's parents born in NY. 
Shoemaker, Peter Bonesteel (I117168)
2053 Peter E Emery was the husband of Mary Thacher Emery. They were married about 1887. Per the 1900 census, they lived with Mary's mother Sarah at 1605 Tennessee St., Lawrence, KS. Peter was listed as a retired merchant. Living with them were their children, Sarah M., born in Kansas in December, 1889, and their son, Solon T., born in Kansas in April, 1891. Mary's father, Solon Otis Thacher had died in 1895. Emery, Peter E. (I119272)
2054 Peter Fritz Thacher is the second youngest son of Oliver Noble Thacher (b. Yarmouth, MA) and Hannah L Ayers/Ayres (b. Long Branch, NJ) of Philadelphia.

Peter was in the trunk manufacturing business, first partnering youngest brother Frederick, then with older brother Watson, living with his widowed mother Hannah until her death in 1888.

Peter married Bennetta Harvey in Philadelphia on 3 Sep 1890 and took the first name of "Simon" when he converted to marry her. They lived with Bennetta's widowed mother Julia, Peter later taking over as head of household.

Peter and Bennetta had 3 children: Hannah, Julia "Jewel" and Samuel Nathan.

Peter and Bennetta are buried in Adath Jeshurun Cemetery in the same plot as unmarried daughter Jewel and mother Julia Nathan Hart Harvey.

Sources: Totten's Thacher-Thatcher Genealogy, US Censuses, Philadelphia directories, family stories, etc. 
Thacher, Peter Fritz (I109051)
2055 Peter Gerald Siemieniewski was born May 18, 1938 in rural Rutland, ND, the son of Peter J. and Angeline (Lesner) Siemieniewski, Sr. He grew up on the farm near Rutland and attended rural school. He farmed the family farm and then for area farmers. He then worked for John Manikowski Well Drilling for 6 years, On June 4, 1964, he was united in marriage to Joan Kohoutek at St. Martin's Catholic Church, Geneseo, ND. After their marriage he worked for the Lidgerwood Farmer's Elevator for 20 years and then Sigco Sunflower Plant, Breckenridge, MN. Peter then worked at the Dakota Magic Casino helping in the kitchen and did maintenance at the low income apartments in Lidgerwood until his death. He also did foster care for 18 years.
Peter enjoyed yearly family vacations, spent many weekends at the lake cabin at Star lake by Dent, MN. He also enjoyed hunting with his nephews, camping & fishing with his family and working in the yard and garden.
Peter was a member of St. Boniface Catholic Church, Lidgerwood, ND, the Knight of Columbus, St. Martin's Brotherly Help Society and the Lidgerwood Camera Club. 
Siemieniewski, Peter Gerald (I1246)
2056 Peter John Seimeiniewski b. 09/07/1899 d. 01/25/1975 m. Angeline 06/26/1922. Siemieniewski, Peter John (I1179)
2057 Peter Studebaker Innis of Snug Harbor, Rhode Island died peacefully on July 17, 2016.

Born on February 28, 1926 to William S. and Elizabeth W. Innis of Providence and Watch Hill.

He is survived by his children from a previous marriage, Sara Innis (Oakland, CA), Margaret Scott (Houston, TX), Peter Innis, Jr. (Las Vegas, NV) and John Innis (Long Island, NY), grandsons Mack Kary, Andrew Kary and Randy Innis, great-granddaughter, Elliot Margaret Innis, nieces and nephews, Janet Innis, Michael Innis, Will Innis and Bliss Hoffman as well as an extended family of great nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his brother, William R. Innis, sister, Elizabeth I. Read, nieces Tina Frost and Leslie McCook, and the love of his life, Frances Sammartino Innis.

Following several years in the Navy he graduated from Yale in 1949 and began a 42 year career in sales and marketing for the Fram Corporation (Allied Bendix) that took him to Texas, Louisiana and Kansas City before returning him to Rhode Island. He was a long-standing member of the Hope Club, Twelfth Knight Club, Dunes Club, Agawam Hunt Club, and the Willow Dell Beach Club, and served on the Board of the Special Olympics for many years. Peter was an avid Red Sox and Patriots fan, enjoyed fly fishing and deep water fishing here and abroad and loved a good scotch with family and friends.

A memorial service was held on Wednesday, July 20th in the Redwood Chapel at Swan Point Cemetery, Blackstone Blvd. Providence.  
Innis, Peter Studebaker (I1626)
2058 Peter Thacher born august 26, 1677, Boston, MA; he graduated from Harvard in 1696; he was ordained minister at Weymouth on November 26, 1707 and Boston, MA January 28, 1720. Thacher, Peter (I104457)
2059 Peter Thacher was a carpenter and builder.
He is buried in Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, CT. 
Thacher, Peter (I104535)
2060 Peter Thacher was a farmer Thacher, Peter (I104555)
2061 Peter Thacher was a farmer and a carpenter. Thacher, James Peter (I115208)
2062 Peter Thacher was a lawyer, he was associated with William Symmes at Portland Maine for five years and then returned to Gorham, ME. He willed his library to Stephen Thacher 1774 - 1859 son of Rodolphus Thacher 1742 - 1788. Peter had no children. Thacher, Peter (I104526)
2063 Peter Thacher was a minister; his father gave the charge at the installation of Peter as Pastor in Middleboro, MA on November 2, 1709. Thacher, Rev. Peter Jr. (I104482)
2064 Peter Thacher, railroad contractor and bridge builder, was born in Attleborough, Massachusetts, July 20, 1812, and died at Cleveland, Ohio, February 12th, 1880. He was descended from a very old family of English divines, noted for their learning in theology, the arts, and sciences. He was the eldest son and third child of Peter and Salona (Dunham) Thacher, of Attleborough, and of the eighth generation in lineal descent from the Rev. Peter Thacher, rector of the church at Salisbury, England, whose son, Thomas, came to New England in 1635, and subsequently founded and was the first minister of the "Old South Church," at Boston, Massachusetts. Many of the American branch of the family became men of letters, eminent as divines, and held high positions in the Church. Peter Thatcher attended the academies at Wrentham and Amherst, 1826-28; 1829 he spent on his father's farm; 1830 he went to Taunton, with the determination to earn his own livelihood and make his way in the world. He first devoted himself to learning the trade of a carpenter. In 1834 he entered the employ of the Boston and Providence Railroad Company, whose confidence he soon won by his faithfulness and ability, and was advanced to the position of superintendent of construction. Later he was a contractor in the construction of the Stonington Railroad, 1836; Long Island Railroad, 1837; Norwich and Worcester Railroad, 1838; Annapolis and Elk Ridge Railroad, 1839; Taunton and New Bedford Railroad, 1840; Troy and Schenectady Railroad, 1841; Nashua and Concord Railroad, 1842; Macon and Atlanta Railroad, 1846; Vermont Central Railroad, 1847; Cheshire Railroad, 1848; Erie Railroad, and Hudson River Railroad, in 1849. In 1843-4-5 he was engaged in the construction of Forts Warren and Independence, in Boston Harbor, under the superintendence of Colonel Sylvanus Thayer. The value of his services and the estimation in which he was held may be inferred from the flattering letters and credentials of which he was the recipient. In 1850 he obtained control of the Howe Patent Truss Bridge, and established the firm of Thatcher, Burt & Co., with offices at Springfield, Massachusetts, and Cleveland, Ohio, shortly after removing to Cleveland. For the following thirteen years he was one of the foremost bridge builders of the West. He erected nearly all of the original railroad bridges in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and Kentucky; on the Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati Railroad; Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad; Cleveland and Toledo Railroad; Pan Handle Railroad; Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad; Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad; Ohio arid Mississippi Railroad; Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and others. In 1862 he rebuilt the bridge over the Cumberland River, at Nashville, Tennessee, which was burned during the war. In 1863, having relinquished the business of bridge building, the firm of Thatcher, Gardner, Burt & Co. was formed; they erected the Union Elevator, at Cleveland. The same success, which characterized his former enterprises, still attended him. From this firm, however, he withdrew in 1865. A company being formed for the manufacture of a durable and fireproof paint, from iron ore, Mr. Thacher was chosen president, and at once entered upon a vigorous prosecution of the business, succeeding beyond the anticipation of the directors of the company. He also purchased the patent, and up to the period of his decease manufactured a "metallic shingle," or iron roofing, which, after a test of years, has been acknowledged to be unequaled for strength, durability, economy, and beauty. Socially Mr. Thacher was a genial, whole-souled gentleman, and enjoyed the affection and respect of a large circle of friends, and as a citizen and businessman enjoyed the confidence of all. Politically he was a Republican, and, though never seeking preferment, he held several offices of public trust. He was a Commissioner of the Cleveland Water Works for six years, and for three years he was a member of the State Board of Public Works; he was for two years President of the Cleveland Library Association; a member of the Western Reserve and Northern Ohio Historical Society, and a member of the Committee on Genealogy. In the Masonic Order he stood high, being one of the organizers of the Scottish Rite at Cleveland, and for eighteen years prior to his death was Treasurer of the Grand Commander of Knights Templar of Ohio. He always manifested a lively interest in public institutions, churches, schools, and charitable associations, his purse and influence being always at command to advance the cause at education and benevolence. During the war of the Rebellion he took active part in providing for the welfare of the soldiers, and to the cause contributed freely both of his means and personal services. Mr. Thacher was married May 6, 1849, to Sarah Adams, daughter of Endor and Lydia (Adams) Estabrook of West Cambridge, Massachusetts. To them were born three children-Peter, John Adams, and Annie Adams, who died February 7, 1857. Mrs. Thacher and her two sons still survive (1883).

Thacher, Peter (I117010)
2065 Peter was a Sea Captain out of Providence , RI Thacher, Peter (I104494)
2066 Philadelphia Inquirer, April 12, 1911
"DEANE - At Medford Oregon, on April 9, 1911, ELLA BAEDER, wife of Dr. A. W. Deane and daughter of the late Charles B. and Julia Baeder."

1880 US Census, Philadelphia
BAEDER, Chas. B., 36y, born PA, manufactures glue
BAEDER, Julia, 35y, born PA, wife
BAEDER, Ella, 10y, born PA, at school
DELANY, Mary, 38y, born PA, servant
DELANY, Cath, 24y, born PA, servant 
Baeder, Ella (I120439)
2067 Philadelphia Inquirer; January 16, 1880;
"Mr. Stephen T. Souder died yesterday, aged forty one. He was the eldest son of the late Edmund A. Souder, a former prominent merchant and ship owner of this city, He was a native of Philadelphia, educated at the Protestant Episcopal Academy. In 1863 He entered in business with his father, under the firm name of E. A. Souder & Co., Archibald Getty, Esq., being the only surviving partner. The firm of E. A. Souder & Co., (the second co-partnership of that name) became involved and went out of business. His father died in 1868[sic; 1873]. After the withdrawal from business here, Stephen T. went to Charleston, S. C., engaged in business there for several years, and returned here and entered into the book publishing business, and, after a hard struggle, commenced to prosper. Some four months ago he was attacked with cerebral troubles, and gradually declined in health. His disease was largely attributable to litigation arising from complications growing out of the old firm. He married a daughter of Th. H. Vetterlein, and she survives him with eight children. His funeral will take place in St. Mary's P. E. Church, West Philadelphia, next Monday morning and the interment will be in Woodlands Cemetery." 
Souder, Stephen Thacher (I116445)
2068 Philinda was born in Hopewell township, Ontario County, New York.

No Hopewell township in F.A.G. listing.

"Hopewell Center" is NOT a township. 
Thacher, Philinda (I116208)
2069 Philip married Mary L. McLellan 23 Sep 1914 in Brunswick ME Lewis, Dr. Philip Prescott (I1714)
2070 Photographer. Born in NY but raised in Russian Rivers area, California. Traveled in Asia and Europe by herself when young. Met Edgar in Switzerland. Married and lived in California, China, Thailand, Philippines and France.

She died of Cerebral Hemorrhage likely due to complications with diabetes. She died in Pau, France where her daughter was attending school and was cremated in Paris under the direction of the Rockefellar Foundation while her husband traveled from Thailand to collect his children in Europe. 
Jones, Edith Dana (I1363)
2071 Physician. Youngest child born to Paul Revere, Revolutionary War Patriot. Mother was his second wife, Rachel Revere.

Married to Lydia LeBaron Goodwin.

Graduated Harvard University.

Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine at New York University. 
Revere, Dr. John (I107525)
2072 PLOT E South Row 1
1882 Mark A Plumb 1963
his wife
1897 Eleanor D Harmon 1989 
Plumb, Mark A. (I1445)
2073 PLOT I:105 Adams, Joseph (I103595)
2074 PLOT Site 7315 Day, Pvt Julian (I109569)
2075 Plot Mountain View-Lot 117-Grave 11 Smith, Lucy Woodbridge (I115392)
2076 PLOT #118 Berry, Sarah Foster (I107926)
2077 PLOT #120 Sears, Elkanah Jr. (I1393)
2078 Plot #341 Young, Paul Nevins (I119793)
2079 PLOT #541 Tyler, Sarah Redington (I105950)
2080 PLOT #57 Thacher, Thomas Snow (I104247)
2081 PLOT 01-43 Vought, Lewis (I117326)
2082 PLOT 01-43 Fleming, Amanda Alvina (I1323)
2083 PLOT 032 001 02 Eldridge, Eliza Burr (I109164)
2084 PLOT 032 001 03 Hedge, Thomas (I109163)
2085 Plot 032 001 04  Hedge, Henry Lorrain (I109174)
2086 Plot 032 001 06  Cook, Mary Frances (I109168)
2087 Plot 032 001 07  Hedge, Thomas Lyman (I109171)
2088 Plot 032 001 08  Hedge, Lyman Cook (I109172)
2089 Plot 032 001 10  Hedge, Anna Louise (I109173)
2090 PLOT 087-08-2 Thacher, Alzina (I116257)
2091 PLOT 1,, 25 Desloge, Marian (I111386)
2092 PLOT 1,, 25 Campbell, John Hayes (I111387)
2093 PLOT 1003, sec 59 Hamilton, Ann (I1834)
2094 PLOT 109 Elliott, George (I325)
2095 PLOT 110 Thacher, James (I116991)
2096 PLOT 110 Boys, Rachel Shaw (I117948)
2097 PLOT 12,, 188 Desloge, Edward Landers (I111391)
2098 PLOT 15 050 02 Bell, Elta Florence (I677)
2099 PLOT 151 Congdon, Daniel Edgar (I1361)
2100 PLOT 19,, 934 Loker, Annie Thatcher (I111399)

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