Tombstone of Peter & Susannah (Duck) Mathie (left), my great-great-great-grandparents. It is off its pedestal and laying on the ground. Canal Fulton cemetery in Canal Fulton, Stark Co., Ohio. Vandals came through the cemetery and knocked tombstones off their pedestal according to the cemetery association. They swore they would put it back up. I hope they did.
This is the WILL of Pierre Mathie (aka Peter Mottie) written in 1843 in Jackson, Stark Co., Ohio. He is our original immigrant ancestor that came to America. His will went into probate in 1851. His parents are unknown.
1896 death record of Samuel Russell Mathie, my great-great-grandfather. (Volume 2 of Summit Co., Ohio Death Records, 1892-1897, Page 91, Entry 170). He died 29 Nov 1896 but it was not officially entered into the records until June 11, 1897.
1933 2nd marriage of Clarence Floyd Mathie and Edith Helen Hacker. They originally married in 1925 (Windsor, Ontario, Canada) but for some reason 8 years later they married again in Flint, Michigan. I wish we knew why they did that. They are my grandparents.