Larry A. Schrader1
M, b. 20 July 1940, d. 30 November 2010
|Last Edited||9 May 2016|
|Birth*||Larry A. Schrader was born on 20 July 1940 at Silver Lake, Kosciusko, Indiana.2|
|Death*||He died on 30 November 2010 at Peru, Miami, Indiana, at age 70; in an Indianapolis hospital; buried at Mount Hope Cemetery.2|
|Obit||Larry A.'s obituary was published in the Peru Tribune on 3 December 2010: |
Larry A. Schrader, 70, Peru, passed away at 1:35 p.m. Tuesday, November 30, 2010, at St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis. He was born in Silver Lake, Ind. on July 20, 1940 to Walter and Violet (Brooks) Schrader Kern. He married Sharon Fisher in 1985, and she survives. Larry formerly worked as a Welder at Electro-Nite, Berko Electric. He served in the National Guard Reserves. Larry was active in Miami County Emergency Management and the Peru City Festival and performed as a clown in the Peru Circus. He is survived by his Stepmother Audrey Schrader, Peru; brother, Tim (Nancy) Kerns, Peru; sisters, Sheila (Roger) Delort of Virginia, Clover Barfield of Ridgeview, and Barbara Crim of Indianapolis; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, 2010, at Mount Hope Chapel with Pastor Rod Correll officiating. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery, Peru.3
Pearl Marie Ross1
F, b. 10 May 1901, d. 13 March 1959
|Last Edited||24 Oct 2006|
|Birth*||Pearl Marie Ross was born on 10 May 1901 at Logansport, Cass, Indiana; daughter of Charles and Bertha Owens Ross.2,3,1|
|Married Name||As of 26 July 1919,her married name was Whiteside.4,5|
|Marriage*||She married William Whiteside on 26 July 1919 at Fulton, Indiana.4,5|
|Married Name||As of 7 June 1947,her married name was O'Daffer.6|
|Marriage*||Pearl Marie Ross married Ernest Davis O'Daffer, son of Richard Jacob O'Daffer and Arvilla Jackson, on 7 June 1947 at Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana.6|
|Death*||Pearl Marie Ross died on 13 March 1959 at Rochester, Fulton, Indiana, at age 57; buried at the Rochester I.O.O.F. Cemetery.6,2|
|Obit||Pearl Marie's obituary was published in the Rochester Sentinel on 17 March 1959: |
Mrs. Pearl Marie ODAFFER, 57, R.R. 4, Rochester, died suddenly of a heart atack at her home eight and one-half miles west of Rochester at 6:15 a.m. today. Mrs. Odaffer had been in failing health for the last three weeks. She was born May 10, 1901, in Logansport, the daughter of Charles and Bertha OWENS ROSS. The Ross family moved here in 1908, and Mrs. Odaffer was graduated from Rochester high school. On July 26, 1918, she was married to William WHITESIDE, and the couple moved to Indianapolis. Mr. Whiteside died in November, 1937, and on June 7, 1947, she was married to Ernest ODAFFER at Indianapolis. The Odaffers moved to Rochester about 12 years ago. Mrs. Odaffer was a member of the First Presbyterian church here and of the Tops Club, Indianapolis. Surviving bedsides the widower, at home, are three daughters, Mrs. Leonard (Nancy) EVERS, R.R. 4, Rochester; Mrs. Raymond (Dorothy) RYKER, Indianapolis, and Mrs. Roger (Mary) McPHEARSON, San Antonio, Texas; two sons, Charles WHITESIDE, Indianapolis, and Robert WHITESIDE, Greenwood; eighteen grandchildren; a sister-in-law, Miss Christena WHITESIDE, Indianapolis; an uncle, Harry OWENS, Macy; several nieces and nephews, and several cousins in this area. A sister and the parents preceded Mrs. Odaffer in death. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Foster & Good funeral home here. Burial will be in the I.O.O.F. cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 1 p.m. Saturday.
Final rites for Mrs. Pearl Marie ODAFFER, 57, R.R. 4, Rochester, were conducted this afternoon at the Foster & Good funeral home here with the Rev. Floyd SAXTON of the Kewanna Church of Christ officiating. Burial was in the I.O.O.F. cemetery here. Mrs. Odaffer died suddenly of a heart attack Saturday at her home eight and one-half miles west of Rochester. She had been in failing health for the last three weeks.1
|William Whiteside b. c 1895, d. 28 Nov 1937|
|Ernest Davis O'Daffer b. 20 Nov 1892, d. 28 Jul 1972|
- [S124] Rochester Sentinel, 17 March 1959.
- [S50] Indiana Works Progress Administration, Fulton County Deaths, death certificate at Fulton County Courthouse.
- [S162] Jean C. and Wendell C. Tombaugh, Fulton County Cemeteries (Tombaugh).
- [S124] Rochester Sentinel, Pearl M. O'Daffer, 17 March 1959.
- [S158] Jean C. and Wendell C. Tombaugh, Fulton County Marriages--Tombaugh, Book J, page 294.
- [S72] Ernest D. O'Daffer Obituary, Jul 1972.
|Last Edited||5 Oct 2001|
|Married Name||As of 21 June 1900,her married name was Bidwell.1|
|Marriage*||Tessie Eley married Boyd Benson Bidwell on 21 June 1900 at South Bend, St. Joseph, Indiana.1|
|Boyd Benson Bidwell b. 1881, d. 9 May 1946|
- [S41] Indiana Works Progress Administration, St. Joseph County Marriages, G-89.
F, d. 1861
|Last Edited||24 Jan 2001|
|Married Name||As of 1847,her married name was Harvey.1|
|Marriage*||Calista Everette married David Henderson Harvey in 1847 at Marion, Ohio; seven children.1|
|Death*||Calista Everette died in 1861 at Marion, Ohio.1|
|David Henderson Harvey b. 15 Aug 1822|
- [S73] Conaway & Co. Leggett, History of Marion County, Ohio.
Holly Jeanne Fisher1
F, b. 30 June 1953, d. 12 March 2003
|Mother||Mary Jeanne Taft1 b. 26 May 1925, d. 5 Dec 2009|
|Last Edited||29 Aug 2018|
|Birth*||Holly Jeanne Fisher was born on 30 June 1953 at Lakewood, Cuyahoga, Ohio.1,2|
|Married Name||As of 7 April 1978,her married name was Carpenter.1|
|Death*||She died on 12 March 2003 at Berea, Cuyahoga, Ohio, at age 49; buried at Chestnut Grove Cemetery.3,4,5|
|Obit||Holly Jeanne's obituary was published in the Plain Dealer on circa 13 March 2003: |
Holly Jeanne Fisher-Carpenter, age 49. Beloved daughter of Marcus and Mary Jeanne Fisher; dear mother of Ashley; cousin of Tom Sauerbrei. Memorial service Monday, March 17 at 2 p.m. at the BAKER FUNERAL HOME, 206 FRONT ST., BEREA, where friends may call 12 P.M. UNTIL THE TIME OF SERVICE. Memorials may be made to the Berea Animal Rescue Fund, P.O. Box 544 Berea, Ohio 44017.6
M, b. 1904
|Father||John McWain b. Jul 1859, d. 23 Dec 1914|
|Mother||Ionia Bellinger2,3 b. 13 Oct 1880, d. 24 Jun 1929|
|Last Edited||24 Jun 2012|
|Birth*||Russell McWain was born in 1904 at Wisconsin.2|
|Marriage*||He married Grace Avon Sewell, daughter of Andrew J. Sewell and Jessie Leota O'Daffer, circa 1923 at South Bend, St. Joseph, Indiana.4,1|
|Residence*||Russell McWain lived on 24 June 1929 at South Bend, St. Joseph, Indiana.5|
|Grace Avon Sewell b. 18 Dec 1906, d. 27 Jul 1996|
F, b. 26 January 1924, d. 23 September 2006
|Father||Russell McWain1 b. 1904|
|Mother||Grace Avon Sewell1 b. 18 Dec 1906, d. 27 Jul 1996|
|Last Edited||24 Jun 2012|
|Birth*||Jean McWain was born on 26 January 1924 at St. Joseph, Indiana.1|
|Married Name||As of 1 November 1952,her married name was Plonski.1,2|
|Marriage*||She married Jerome W. Plonski on 1 November 1952 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, South Bend, St. Joseph, Indiana.3,1,4|
|Death*||Jean McWain died on 23 September 2006 at South Bend, St. Joseph, Indiana, at age 82.5|
|Obit||Jean's obituary was published in the Tribune on 27 September 2006: |
In the early hours of September 23, 2006, Jean "Mickey" Plonski quietly passed away in her South Bend home from an extended illness. An area resident all her life, Jean was the daughter of Dorothy Cooper and Russell McWain. A much loved wife and mother, Jean was also a devoted IU fan. On November 1, 1952, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Jean married Jeromine "Harry" Plonski who survives. Jean and Harry have three children, Jeff (Trish) Plonski of Davisburg, Michigan, Jerrilyn (Dennis) Bykowski of Woodridge, Illinois, and Jeannine (Don) Curtis of Granger. Jean is also survived by her seven cherished grandsons, Ian Curtis of Granger, Seth Curtis of Bloomington, Indiana, Andrew, Adam, Alex and Aaron Bykowski of Woodridge, Illinois, and Nickolas Plonski of Davisburg, Michigan.
Jean is also survived by two brothers, Guy Cooper of South Bend and Robert (Bev) McWain of Grand Blanc, Michigan. A sister, Lois Wrigglesworth preceded her in death. Jean retired from the Bendix Corporation with over 40 years of service. Primarily working in the aircraft division, she was a member of UAW Local #9 and enjoyed participating in many retiree groups. The family wishes to thank Dr. John Jacobs for his unrelenting care and concern for Jean, Hospice, Bridgette's Helping Hands, and Home Instead for their nursing and home-based care, and the parishioners of St. Matthews Cathedral for their prayers. You were all a great comfort to Jean and Harry. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Hospice or Chiara Home. Entombment will follow at Resurrection Gardens, at St. Joseph Cemetery, South Bend.6
|Jerome W. Plonski b. 25 Sep 1918, d. 10 Mar 2011|
- [S42] Field/O'Daffer Family Bible.
- [S41] Indiana Works Progress Administration, St. Joseph County Marriages.
- [S41] Indiana Works Progress Administration, St. Joseph County Marriages, Book 190, page 282.
- [S630] South Bend Tribune, Various, 1 November 1952.
- [S44] Social Security Death Index.
- [S1861] Selected United States Newspapers.
M, b. 25 September 1918, d. 10 March 2011
|Last Edited||24 Jun 2012|
|Birth*||Jerome W. Plonski was born on 25 September 1918 at South Bend, St. Joseph, Indiana.3|
|Marriage*||He married Jean McWain, daughter of Russell McWain and Grace Avon Sewell, on 1 November 1952 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, South Bend, St. Joseph, Indiana.4,1,5|
|Death*||Jerome W. Plonski died on 10 March 2011 at South Bend, St. Joseph, Indiana, at age 92.3|
|Obit||Jerome W.'s obituary was published in the South Bend Tribune on 13 March 2011: |
South Bend - It is with great sadness that the family of Jeromine "Harry" Plonski shares the news of his passing. Born September 25, 1918, in South Bend, Indiana, Harry was the son of Walter and Eleanora (Makowski) Plonski, both deceased. Harry has one surviving sibling, a brother, Edwin (Judy) Plonski. Gone before him are seven siblings, Theodore Plonski, Bernice Plonski, Edward Plonski, Julia Kreczmer, Sophia Verhaegen, Bruno Plonski and Virginia VanCuren. On November 1, 1952, Harry married Jean McWain, who preceded him in death in 2006. Together they have three children, Jeffrey Plonski of Davisburg, Michigan, Jerrilyn (Dennis) Bykowski of Woodridge, Illinois, and Jeannine (Don) Curtis of Granger. Harry is also survived by seven treasured grandsons, Andrew, Adam, Alex and Aaron Bykowski, Ian (Jennifer) Curtis, Seth Curtis and Nikolas Plonski. Harry was a Navy veteran of the World War II era, serving 1942-1945. Harry was also a proud retiree of the Bendix Corporation, primarily working in 9A and other brake manufacturing departments. He retired with over 40 years of service and was a member of UAW Local #9. A devout Catholic, Harry loved all his churches, but most certainly the Cathedral of St. Matthew where he was a parishioner.3
|Jean McWain b. 26 Jan 1924, d. 23 Sep 2006|
|Last Edited||5 Oct 2001|
|Married Name||As of 4 January 1960,her married name was Taft.1|
|Marriage*||Irene Hillary married Alverdo Thomas Taft, son of Frank Taft and Elizabeth Pickering, on 4 January 1960 at Ohio.1|
|Alverdo Thomas Taft b. 2 Jan 1894, d. 22 Apr 1970|
- [S42] Field/O'Daffer Family Bible.
Francis Dewey O'Daffer1
M, b. 19 April 1897, d. December 1977
|Father||Lewis Carmond O'Daffer1 b. 5 Jul 1870, d. 14 Mar 1954|
|Mother||Sarah Elizabeth Ebright2,3 b. 27 Dec 1866, d. 9 Jan 1943|
|Last Edited||17 Sep 2001|
|Birth*||Francis Dewey O'Daffer was born on 19 April 1897 at Perry Twp., Hocking, Ohio.1,4|
|Census*||He appeared on the census of 6 May 1910 at Washington Twp., Pickaway, Ohio, ED 164, Visit 188, Pickaway County Children's Home.1|
|Death*||He died in December 1977 at Guttenberg, Clayton, Iowa, at age 80.5|
M, b. 1857
|Last Edited||2 Jun 2001|
|Birth*||John Shenenberger was born in 1857 at Pennsylvania.2|
|Marriage*||He married Emma Hagley in 1884.1|
|Census*||John Shenenberger appeared on the census of 21 April 1910 at South Bend, St. Joseph, Indiana, ED 172, Sheet 9, renting, occupation teamster, married 26 years, 5 children.2|
|Emma Hagley b. 1866|
F, b. 1866
|Last Edited||2 Jun 2001|
|Birth*||Emma Hagley was born in 1866 at Indiana.2|
|Married Name||As of 1884,her married name was Shenenberger.1|
|Marriage*||She married John Shenenberger in 1884.1|
|John Shenenberger b. 1857|
Everett "Bud" O'Daffer1
M, b. 8 June 1922, d. 2 October 1998
|Father||Alvin Lee O'Daffer1 b. 5 Aug 1890, d. 16 Mar 1950|
|Mother||Ida Mae (May) Towne1 b. 15 Oct 1891, d. 4 Aug 1951|
|Last Edited||24 Aug 2004|
|Birth*||Everett "Bud" O'Daffer was born on 8 June 1922 at South Bend, St. Joseph, Indiana.1|
|(Witness) Census||He appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 South Bend, St. Joseph, Indiana, in the household of Alvin Lee O'Daffer; ED 50, sheet 16A, occupation assistant foreman-auto factory, owned home valued at $3,200, no radio, 2 children.2|
|Marriage*||Everett "Bud" O'Daffer married Rosemary Buoy on 22 January 1942 at Denver, Denver, Colorado.3|
|Death*||Everett "Bud" O'Daffer died on 2 October 1998 at Tampa, Hillsborough, Florida, at age 76.1,4|
|Obit||Everett "Bud"'s obituary was published in the South Bend Tribune on 4 October 1998: |
June 8, 1922-Oct. 2, 1998. Everett "Bud" O'Daffer, 76 of Tampa, Fla., formerly of South Bend, died Friday. Survivors include his wife Rosemary; two daughters, Judy McGinley of Tulsa, Okla., and Nancy Joo of Medina, Ohio; and a son, Tim of Tampa. Friends may call from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Monday in marsicano-B. Marion Reed-Stowers Funeral Home, Tampa.5
|Rosemary Buoy b. 27 Dec 1920, d. 10 May 2008|
F, b. 27 December 1920, d. 10 May 2008
|Last Edited||24 Sep 2012|
|Birth*||Rosemary Buoy was born on 27 December 1920 at Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois.|
|Married Name||As of 22 January 1942,her married name was O'Daffer.1|
|Marriage*||She married Everett "Bud" O'Daffer, son of Alvin Lee O'Daffer and Ida Mae (May) Towne, on 22 January 1942 at Denver, Denver, Colorado.1|
|Death*||Rosemary Buoy died on 10 May 2008 at Tampa, Hillsborough, Florida, at age 87.2|
|Everett "Bud" O'Daffer b. 8 Jun 1922, d. 2 Oct 1998|