Ida May Titus

(1864-1936)
FatherCasper R Titus (1830-1900)
MotherMariam "Marion" Sackett (1833-1885)
Ida May Titus, daughter of Casper R Titus and Mariam "Marion" Sackett, was born in Phillipsville, Erie County, PennsylvaniaG, on 9 August 1864.1 She died aged 72 in Erie, PennsylvaniaG, on 20 December 1936 and was buried at Erie CemeteryG on 23 December 1936.2 She married Jesse McGuire.1
     In 1870 Ida was living in Venango, Erie County, PennsylvaniaG, in the household of her parents Casper and Marion, and was recorded in the census as Ida Titus, aged six and born in Pennsylvania.3
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 Notes & Citations

  1. Death record.
  2. "Pennsylvania Death Certificates 1906–1966", digital image, Ancestry.com, "McGuire, Ida May, d. Erie, Erie County, PA, 20 Dec 1936, res. 2432 East Ave, 5th Ward, b. Phillipsville, PA, 9 Aug 1864, 72-4-11, married, wife of Jesse McGuire, father Casper Titus b. PA, mother Marion Sackett b. PA, informant Donald J Peterson, cause generalized arteriosclerosis of heart & vascular system resulting from senility, bur. Erie Cem, 23 Dec 1936."
  3. 1870 US census, digital image from National Archives microfilm, Ancestry.com, Roll: M593_1341; Page: 447B; Image: 133732; Family History Library Film: 552840
    Venango, Erie County, Pennsylvania, 10 Aug 1870
    Titus, Casper, 39, farmer, real estate $2,100, personal estate $800, b. PA
    Titus, Marion, 36, keeping house, b. OH
    Titus, Emily, 17, domestic, b. PA
    Titus, Cornelia, 14, b. PA
    Titus, Wilson, 11, b. PA
    Titus, Edwin, 9, b. PA
    Titus, Ida, 6, b. PA
    Titus, George, 4, b. PA
    Titus, Gertie, 1, b. PA.
Generation.Tree8P.3a
Sackett line7th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder
Last Edited20 May 2017
 

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