Genealogy of the Cushing Family

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An account of the Ancestors and Descendants of Matthew Cushing who came to America in 1638
Researching the Cushing families of England and Ireland who emigrated to Canada and the United States
Also including the Descendants of Maurice Cushing of County Kerry, Ireland
And the Descendants of Edward Cushing of County Cork, Ireland
Plus the Descendants of Pierre Courchesne of Paris, France

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  • ID: P16474
  • Death: 2 Feb 1901 in Silver Creek, Cass, Michigan
  • Name: Elizabeth Smith
  • Birth: 25 Jan 1815 in Herkimer County, New York 1 2
  • Burial: Aft 2 Feb 1901 Indian Lake Cemetery, Dowagiac, Cass, Michigan 3
  • Sex: F
  • Death: 2 Feb 1891
  • Note:
    Elizabeth SMITH was born in Herkimer county, N. Y., January 25, 1815. At the age of seventeen she was married to Daniel H. SHAUL and with him moved to Michigan in 1840. Twelve children were born to them, six boys and six girls, nine of whom remain to mourn the loss of a loving mother, the husband and three children having preceded her to the better land. She died at her old home in Silver Creek February 2, 1901, at the age of 86 years and nine days. The funeral services were held at the home Monday, February 4, Elder Wyrick, of Dowagiac officiating and the remains laid to rest by the side of her husband in Indian lake cemetery.

    IN MEMORY OF GRADMA SHAUL
    She has gone, our aged mother,
    All life's sufferings are o'er,
    But she's left us sad and lonely,
    Her dear face we'll see no more.

    For long years she's been our counsel,
    Guarded well our wandering feet,
    Shared with us our many sorrows,
    Helped us all life's duties meet.

    She has been the best of mothers,
    Always loving, true and kind,
    And though gone, she's leaving many
    Cherished memories behind.

    We will miss her by the fireside
    where will stand the vacant chair,
    And the house will seem so empty--
    We will miss her everywhere.

    But thank God there is a ransom,
    Jesus bought it with his blood,
    By his grace all wrongs are righted
    All that's taken, are made good.

    Then we'll meet again up yonder
    Dear ones who have gone before,
    Where's no parting, pain or sorrow--
    Jesus reigns forever more.
    CARD OF THANKS
    To the many kind friends and neighbors we extend our heartfelt thanks for the many kind acts, expressions of sympathy, and the aid rendered during the last sickness and burial of our departed mother.
    G. P. SHAUL & Family

    Submitted by Cathy O'Hare
    http://www.rootsweb.com/~micass/obituaries/obituaries.htm#Elizabeth%20Smith
    CEMETERY:
    Daniel H Shaul

    Sources:
    1. Indian Lake Cemetery Burial List
    2. Dan Shaul, dan@shaul.org
  • Note:
    Elizabeth SMITH was born in Herkimer county, N. Y., January 25, 1815. At the age of seventeen she was married to Daniel H. SHAUL and with him moved to Michigan in 1840. Twelve children were born to them, six boys and six girls, nine of whom remain to mourn the loss of a loving mother, the husband and three children having preceded her to the better land. She died at her old home in Silver Creek February 2, 1901, at the age of 86 years and nine days. The funeral services were held at the home Monday, February 4, Elder Wyrick, of Dowagiac officiating and the remains laid to rest by the side of her husband in Indian lake cemetery.

    IN MEMORY OF GRADMA SHAUL
    She has gone, our aged mother,
    All life's sufferings are o'er,
    But she's left us sad and lonely,
    Her dear face we'll see no more.

    For long years she's been our counsel,
    Guarded well our wandering feet,
    Shared with us our many sorrows,
    Helped us all life's duties meet.

    She has been the best of mothers,
    Always loving, true and kind,
    And though gone, she's leaving many
    Cherished memories behind.

    We will miss her by the fireside
    where will stand the vacant chair,
    And the house will seem so empty--
    We will miss her everywhere.

    But thank God there is a ransom,
    Jesus bought it with his blood,
    By his grace all wrongs are righted
    All that's taken, are made good.

    Then we'll meet again up yonder
    Dear ones who have gone before,
    Where's no parting, pain or sorrow--
    Jesus reigns forever more.
    =============
    CARD OF THANKS
    To the many kind friends and neighbors we extend our heartfelt thanks for the many kind acts, expressions of sympathy, and the aid rendered during the last sickness and burial of our departed mother.
    G. P. SHAUL & Family

    Submitted by Cathy O'Hare
    http://www.rootsweb.com/~micass/obituaries/obituaries.htm#Elizabeth%20Smith
    PHOTOS:
    Daniel H Shaul

    Sources:
    1. Indian Lake Cemetery Burial List
    2. Dan Shaul, dan@shaul.org
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  • FORM: htm
  • Title: Elizabeth Smith (1815 - 1901)
  • OBJE:
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  • Title: daniel_h_shaul



    Marriage 1 Daniel H. Shaul b: 12 Aug 1810 in Mindenville, Montgomery, New York c: 2 Sep 1810 in Lutheran Saint Pauls Church, Mindenville, Montgomery, New York
    • Married: 1832 in Herkimer County, New York
    Children
    1. Has Children Mary Elizabeth Shaul b: 23 Jan 1839 in Silver Creek, Cass, Michigan
    2. Has Children Alvina Larina Shaul b: 23 Sep 1841 in New York

    Sources:
    1. Title: 1880 US Census
      Note:

      Page: Silver Creek, Cass, Michigan
      Note:
      Text: 1880 US Census: Silver Creek Twp, Cass, Michigan Shaul, Henry, son, 29, farmer, MI NY NY Eugene, son, 23, farmer, MI NY NY Elizabeth, mother, 65, keeping house, NY NY NY, can't write
    2. Title: FamilySearch: Pedigree Resource File
      Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
      Publication: 2008 Intellectual Reserve, Inc.
      Note:

      Page: b: 8 Dec 1814 in Scotland
    3. Title: Findagrave.com
      Note:

      Page: Indian Lake Cemetery, Dowagiac, Cass, Michigan

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