ARBAUGH CALVIN, FANNIE - Vinton County, Ohio | FANNIE ARBAUGH CALVIN - Ohio Gravestone Photos


Mace Cemetery
Vinton County,

John Parker Calvin
b APR 3, 1881, Radcliff, s/o Lester Waldo and Almira Kincaid Calvin

Fannie Elizabeth Arbaugh
b DEC 3, 1883, Radcliff, d/o Leonard and Sarah "Sallie" McLain Arbaugh

John Parker Calvin married Fannie Elizabeth Arbaugh on Sep 5, 1902, Vinton County.

Parents of 8 children: Laurence Vivian, b Jul 22, 1903; Leonard Clair, b Jan 1, 1905; Bertha Olive, b Mar 6, 1907; Frank Lester, b Dec 4, 1909; John Warren, b Jul 13, 1914; Ruth Margaret, b Oct 26, 1916; Marjorie Elizabeth, b Dec 9, 1920; and Glendon McLain, b Jun 26, 1924

Son John Warren Calvin, US Army, 561 Field Artillery Battalion, was killed during the Normandy Invasion; he died of wounds received on JUL 31, 1944, 30Y; SGT John Warren Calvin, recipient of the Purple Heart, is buried at the Normandy American Cemetery (St. Laurent), Colleville-Sur-Mer, France

Son Glendon McLain served in the US Navy during World War II; he was stationed in the South Pacific at the time of his brother's death. Glen moved to Yakima, then Vancouver, Washington, married there, three children; Glendon McLain Calvin died Nov 18, 2010, Vancouver, 86Y

Son Laurence Vivian married Leona Violet Jeffers, b Oct 29, 1904 Vinton Twp, on July 3, 1923, Marietta; parents of three children, all born in Radcliff; both life-long educators, Vinton, Athens, & Meigs counties, elementary & secondary; Laurence, retired as Professor of Industrial Arts at Ohio University, Leona, teacher, principal, instructor at Ohio University, Home Extension Agent in Ohio & Illinois; Laurence Vivian (1903-1975) and Leona Jeffers (1904-1990) Calvin are buried at Elk Cemetery, McArthur.

Son Leonard Clair married Georgia Gladys White, b May 28, 1905, Meigs Co, on June 20, 1925, Vinton County; Leonard, a teacher in Wilkesville, at Vinton Rural High School, biology teacher at Albany High School, chemistry teacher at Canal Winchester and West Lafayette High Schools, parents of five children; after retirement, returned to their home near Wilkesville. Leonard Clair (1905-1981) and Georgia Gladys (1905-1982) Calvin are buried at Salem Center Cemetery, Meigs County.

Son Frank Lester married Marguerite Viola Perry, b Nov 3, 1912, Vales Mill, on Apr 13, 1932, Greenup, KY; parents of two children, born in Clinton Twp, Vinton Co. Frank Lester, a maintence engineer, and Marguerite settled in Columbus. Frank Lester Calvin (1909-1986) is buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Columbus. Marguerite died in 2002, Peoria, Arizona.

Daughter Bertha Olive married George Arnold Knox, b Nov 13, 1899, Radcliff, on Oct 16, 1927, Jackson Co; George Arnold, Vinton Co. Auditor and banking executive, and Bertie, Deputy Auditor for 16 years, were the parents of four children, all born in McArthur. George Arnold (1899-1986) and Bertha Olive (1907-1984) Knox are buried at Elk Cemetery, McArthur.

Daughter Ruth Margaret married Raymond Franklin Burns, b Jul 9, 1912, Radcliff, on May 9, 1936, Boyd Co, KY; Raymond, a businessman, and Ruth were the parents of three children, born in Columbus; after Raymond's retirement, they returned to Vinton Twp. Raymond Franklin (1912-2000) and Ruth Margaret (1916-2002) Burns are buried at Radcliff Cemetery.

Daughter Marjorie Elizabeth married Carey O'Connol Hawk, b Apr 19, 1918, Wilkesville, on Feb 13, 1938, Columbus. Cary, a pipe fitter, and Marjorie were the parents a daughter born in Columbus; the family moved to Bedford, Garfield Heights, Cleveland. Carey O'Connol Hawk (1918-1997) is buried at Crown Hill Cemetery, Geauga Co.

John Parker Calvin, farmer, lumber dealer, sawmill operator, school board member, died of a massive heart attack while working as Vinton Twp. Trustree near Point Rock, on DEC 8, 1960, 79Y
Fannie Elizabeth Calvin died NOV 27, 1967, Doctors Hospital, Nelsonville, 83Y, resident of her daughter's home in McArthur.

Lester Waldo (1856-1939) and Almira Kincaid (1854-1932) Calvin are buried at Hamden Cemetery.
Leonard (1852-1929) and Sarah "Sallie" McLain (1851-1923) Arbaugh are buried at Arbaugh/McCarty Cemetery.

Contributed on 8/12/07 by mhaw13
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Record #: 33312

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Submitted: 8/12/07 • Approved: 3/13/14 • Last Updated: 8/14/15 • R33312-G33311-S3

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