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Saturday, July 16, 2011
Surname Saturday: Still Seeking the Slatters
Grandma Mary Slatter's obit, dated April 26, 1925, mentions that she was the "sister of Mrs. James F. Baker, John, Albert and Harry Slatter of Canada."
I'm trying to trace Mary and her siblings. One of the artifacts that my late father-in-law had in his possession was this card showing the location of the grave of John Slatter.
No city is mentioned, but the "union stamp" at lower left mentions Cleveland, Ohio. Now all I have to do is look for the death cert of a John Slatter Sr. who died in Cleveland on Aug 12 and was buried on Aug 15, 1901 or look up all the cemeteries in the area that have sec. 75, tier 6, grave 2. According to the Cleveland Public Library, John died at the home of his daughter at 242 Lake Street, aged 65.
Next week I'm going to the local Family History Center for a little help and to use their World Ancestry to look for Mary and John. Meanwhile, I'm still seeking the Slatters who came from England and settled in Canada. Do you know any Slatter descendants looking to connect?