Webster Mysteries

I did some more research on the Webster line last night, trying to fill out the Folsom-Loveland branch. I wonder what happened to Lillie Folsom Loveland Webster. She disappears after the 1900 census. Her daughter Mabel shows up in Painesville and Perry in 1910 but there’s no sign of Lillie. Her first husband, David Loveland, remarried by 1900 and appears to be widowed in 1930. I haven’t been able to locate him in the 1920 census.

After 1900, Mary Ann Watson Webster (third wife of Dennis) also mysteriously disappeared. I wonder where his wives are buried. I imagine that Charlotte and Hannah are buried in the Webster Cemetery off Clay Street but, apparently, no stones or records exist. I’m sure there are quite a few ancestors and relatives buried there. I’d like to visit the cemetery just to take a look around and take some pictures.

This morning, I realized that I forgot to send Rachel my mailing address so I sent her another message. I do hope she will be able to help me.

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