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Millie "Emily" E. Falor1

F, (10 September 1879 - )
Birth*10 September 1879Coventry, Summit County, OH, USA; Birth Records, vol 1 page 378, Summit County Probate Court, Akron, Ohio1 
Marriage*14 November 1900Richard Trommor; Summit County, OH, USA2 
Census*1880Coventry, Summit County, OH, USA; Family History Library Film: 1255069, NA Film Number: T9-1069, Page Number: 193D3 
Married Name14 November 1900Trommor2 
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FatherGeorge Adam Falor2 (10 Dec 1841 - 9 Jan 1904)
Foster MotherEmma Jeannnette Coon2 (1 May 1844 or 1 May 1846 - 1 May 1934)

Family: Millie "Emily" E. Falor and Richard Trommor

Citations

  1. [S41] Harry Liggett, "Harry Liggett's research", Includes emails and various list including:
    Birth and death listings from the Summit County Probate Court.
    Marriages for Summit, Medina, Portage and Stark Counties in Ohio.
    Falor obituaries from the Akron Beacon Journal.
    Estate and land purchase records for Summit County.
    Information and tombstone photos from Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Akron Ohio.
  2. [S7] Harry M. Ball, "Harry Ball's research", Includes an extensive collection of research papers, newspaper articles and hundreds of family documents complied during his research in the 1970's. A scan of his book can be downloaded from http://falor.com/images/Harry-Balls-Fehler-Book.pdf
  3. [S25] 1880 US Census, , United States Census.
Last Edited17 Aug 2010

Milo John Falor1,2

M, (3 September 1823 - 25 August 1886)
Milo John Falor. Picture from B.F. Battels, photographer, 106 Market St., Akron OH. His father was George Adam Falor, mother was Nancy McCoy, brother was Hiram Silas Falor, 1/2 brother was Oliver Perry Falor.


Image provided by Steven Ball, May 2016.
Birth*3 September 1823Akron, Summit County, OH, USA; date recorded on his tombstone.3 
Marriage*1 January 1849Cathrine Frances Pells; IL, USA3 
Burial*August 1886Greenwood Cemetery, Arcata, Humboldt County, CA, USA4 
Death*25 August 1886Arcata Bottom, Humboldt County, CA, USA; Date recorded on his tombstone.2 
(Witness) HistoryMilo came west by himself and arrived in Northern California in 1850. Catherine came west to be with him in 1855. Mary Emma was only a few months old when they settled in Humboldt County. He was a rancher – see “History of Humboldt County by Irvine’ (1915)

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Occupation*a rancher and farmer.6 
Census*1880Arcata, Humboldt County, CA, USA; Family History Library Film: 1254065, NA Film Number: T9-0065, Page Number: 340D6 
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FatherGeorge Adam Falor (17 Jul 1798 - 29 Jun 1868)
MotherNancy McCoy (c 1800 - 24 Mar 1829)

Children of Milo John Falor and Cathrine Frances Pells

Children 1.Arthur Pliney Falor+ (13 Oct 1849 - 4 Dec 1915)
 2.Emma May Falor+ (1 May 1856 - 8 Jan 1934)
 3.Miles E Falor (1 Sep 1858 - )
 4.Albert Allen Falor+ (6 Jun 1860 - 5 Jan 1907)
 5.Frank Eugene Falor+ (26 Apr 1861 - 17 Jan 1913)
 6.Carrie M. Falor+ (31 Jul 1865 - )
 7.Charles H Falor (27 Jan 1869 - )

Citations

  1. [S9] CAGenWeb - California USGenWeb Project Arrabelle part 1, online http://www.cagenweb.com/archives/Biographies/humboldt/…
  2. [S18] The Story of Blue Lake by Mrs. Eugene F. Fountain, Historian, Thursday, May 26, 1955.
  3. [S5] Unknown authors, "Falor Family Records", Copies provided by Ralph Falor.
  4. [S27] Interview, Allen Falor, 12 June 2005.
  5. [S7] Harry M. Ball, "Harry Ball's research", Includes an extensive collection of research papers, newspaper articles and hundreds of family documents complied during his research in the 1970's. A scan of his book can be downloaded from http://falor.com/images/Harry-Balls-Fehler-Book.pdf
  6. [S25] 1880 US Census, , United States Census.
Last Edited22 May 2016

Milo Plinnie Falor1

M, (14 December 1878 or 14 December 1879 - 23 January 1947)
Milo Falor, taken around 1900. Image Provided by Camille Falor, December 2007.
Birth*14 December 1878 or 14 December 1879Arcata, Humboldt County, CA, USA3 
Marriage*10 December 1904Iphigina (Jean) Frances Franks; Beatrice, Humboldt County, CA, USA; E.E. Chukurian, book L, Page 61 
Death*23 January 1947Eureka, Humboldt County, CA, USA3 
Census*1880Walla, Walla County, WA, USA; Family History Library Film: 1255398, NA Film Number: T9-1398, Page Number: 224B4 
(Witness) Historycirca 1920Falor Not Guilty of Larceny Charge

After deliberating three hours on Wednesday of last week, the jury in the case of Milo Falor charged with grand larceny for taking Elmer (Fudd) Gillis’ car at McKinlleyville last November, came into court with a verdict of hinged on the instruction to the jury that it must be shown that Falor took the Elmer Gullis car with the intension of permanently depriving the owner of it. The testimony went to show that Falor took the car for the purpose of making his getaway in it after shooting up a house where Gillis, his rival, was supposed to be hidden, and that Falor abandoned the car near Bridgeville.

Falor who has already served eight months at the county jail pending trial, was released on the grand larceny charge, but was returned to jail to await trial on charge of assault to murder growing out of the shooting referred to."


Research Notes: This article came from a newspaper from either Eureka or Arcata California. The date of the article is unknown, but estimate to be about 1920 to 1925. Transcribed by Allen P. Falor in 2007

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(Witness) History26 May 1955“The Story of Blue Lake by Mrs. Eugene F. Fountain, Historian. Dated: Thursday, May 26, 1955.

In this chapter, we return to an earlier period than that dealt with in the last article, but it is necessary in order to dispose of all the Pioneers who have been named as having resided near Liscom Hill. The remotest of their time gives their history an importance, even though their connection with this locality was of brief duration. Unless they are included here, it is all too likely the record will disappear entirely.

     The Blue Lake Advocate of August 28, 1897 gives us a glimpse of the earliest settlers considered in this group of transient residents, and shows the contrast existing in the kinds of pioneers here. “Mr. Henry Knutz said when he first came here in 1854 to join his brother. Carnelius P. Knutz, who was then mining in the New River Section, he met only one house on Mad River where Blue Lake now stands. It was the only house between Arcata and Angels Ranch and was inhabited by an old Mexican named Ynez and his wife from Peru, named Monica. The woman emigrated to Humboldt County with the Brizard family a few years previous. (Line missing) to build the structure in Arcata at the northwest corner of eleventh and H streets, Arcata in September 1865. The Masons, Odd Fellows and the town authorities of Arcata combined in erecting this building. The Lodges used the upper floor, while the lower part served as a school. This change from running a ranch and hotel at Redwood Creek during the Indian troubles must have seemed much safer to Mr. Eimbail, yet W.W. Tracy fell while working on the large structure, breaking his thigh. This accident occurred in April, 1866.

     Another Prominent family who lived in the region was the Falor family. The first generation of Falors in California were represented by Milo John Falor and his brother Oliver P. Falor. The grandson of Milo Falor, George Falor of Arcata, gave me a great deal of valuable information about the family and the nephew of the latter, Ward Falor, also contributed some interesting items. My notes record that there were seventeen children in the family in Ohio, of which Milo and Oliver were two.

     Oliver Falor subsequently returned to the state of Ohio where passed away in 1926, at the age of ninety years. In 1852 Milo left his wife Caroline and three year old son, Arthur Pliney Falor in Illinois, while he came to the Forks of Salmon River and ran the hotel at that place. His wife and son joined him in 1855, having accompanied Oliver Falor to California. Their first daughter, Mary Emma was born at the Forks on May 1, 1856. (She married John Dolson of Arcata in February, 1876.) About 1858 the family moved to Hoopa, where Albert Allen was born in 1860 and Frank Eugene Falor, in 1861. It must have been soon after Frank’s birth that the family moved to Liscom Hill. When A. P. Falor died in December 1915, the account of his life mentioned this region briefly. “After leaving the Forks of the Salmon River, he lived at Hoopa and after that at Liscom Hill.”

     In Book E. of Deeds-Page 602, there is recorded a deed from H.S. Daniels to M.P. Falor for a tract of land lying south and east from the center of the old of Mad River in the north-west quarter of section 16, Township 6 North, Range 1 east, being a portion of a tract of land purchased from the State of California, January 7, 1863.” On this farm Mr. Falor built the large two-story house which may be seen today along highway 299. He had the upper story built to serve as the grange headquarters and until recently the name indicating the original old grange Hall could be seen there by every passerby. A deep orange rose clambered over the front of the house. It had been brought from the east, and many were the slips started from the “Falor Rose”,” as it came to be known by many the visitors to the hospitable home.

     The weekly Telephone of December 31, 1881 reported a surprising outrage. “Last night, during the progress of a Christmas party at the house of Milo Falor, near Arcata, some miscreant set fire to the hay barn, which was entirely consumed with its contents, about 10 tons of hay. This is not the first time outrages have been perpetrated on Mr. Falor’s premises during social gatherings at his house and it is to be hoped the perpetrators may be caught.” At that time a foreigner lived in that region, who was so cruel to his little daughter that the authorities finally took her away. He may have been seeking revenge on those he knew sympathized with the child, and had tried to help her.

Mrs. David Toll kindly provided the picture accompanying this article. Her father’s farm, the Prigmore claim, was directly east of the Falor claim, before each farm was broken up into smaller farms. After handling so many old pictures with no marks of identification, it was gratifying to find “Mrs. Falor and Carrie” written across the back of this print. Carrie later became Mrs. Edward Clyde. (A.P. Falor was the photographer. As early as 1871 he advertised his Eureka Photograph Gallery. According to my reckoning. Carrie was born in 1875, so the picture must have been taken about 1880.

     On December 27, 1884, the Weekly Times contained the following item. “News reached this office yesterday from Arcata of the sudden death on Sunday evening of Mrs. M.J. Falor. Deceased was one of the old settlers of Arcata Bottom, having arrived there with her husband and family about twenty years ago, and settled on the county road, near Mad River, where she resided up to the time of her death. A kind husband and family of grown-up children are left to mourn her loss. The cause of her death was supposed to be heart disease.” Her husband lived two more years, passing away in 1886. In addition to the children previously mentioned, there were two other sons, Milo Falor and Charles Falor. Of all the family, Pliney was the most familiar to readers of the Advocate. About 1891, he exchanged his share of the Alliance ranch with Charles Feulke, for the latter’s Maple Creek ranch. (Mrs. A.P. Falor was formerly Udella Smith of Arcata.) Many were the celebrations enjoyed by the neighbors at the Falor ranch at Maple Creek, and also enjoyed by many who read the accounts at the time and when reprinted in the column entitled “Blue Lake in Years Gone By.” “
Transcribed by Allen P. Falor in 2005

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FatherArthur Pliney Falor2 (13 Oct 1849 - 4 Dec 1915)
MotherUdella Ophelia Fidelity Smith1 (19 Jul 1861 - 16 Dec 1901)

Children of Milo Plinnie Falor and Iphigina (Jean) Frances Franks

Children 1.Arthur Wallace Falor (27 Jan 1906 - Apr 1979)
 2.Elwood Ralph Falor+ (31 May 1908 - 17 Apr 2000)
 3.Delbert Francis Falor Flagg+ (16 Sep 1916 - 15 May 1973)

Citations

  1. [S7] Harry M. Ball, "Harry Ball's research", Includes an extensive collection of research papers, newspaper articles and hundreds of family documents complied during his research in the 1970's. A scan of his book can be downloaded from http://falor.com/images/Harry-Balls-Fehler-Book.pdf
  2. [S36] A. P. Falor is no more., December 11, 1915, Front Page.
  3. [S29] Falor - California Death Records, online http://vitals.rootsweb.com/ca/death/search.cgi
  4. [S25] 1880 US Census, , United States Census.
  5. [S27] Interview, Allen Falor, 12 June 2005.
  6. [S18] The Story of Blue Lake by Mrs. Eugene F. Fountain, Historian, Thursday, May 26, 1955.
Last Edited15 May 2016

Milton E. Falor1

M, (13 December 1854 - 19 June 1925)
Birth*13 December 1854Akron, Summit County, OH, USA1 
Marriage*16 August 1877Clara Jane Hake; Clinton County, MI, USA1 
Death*19 June 1925 
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FatherGeorge W. Falor1 (3 Apr 1830 - 18 Oct 1912)
Foster MotherMary Bender1 (12 Apr 1831 - 25 Nov 1898)

Children of Milton E. Falor and Clara Jane Hake

Children 1.Cornelius Sylvester Falor+1 (2 Jul 1878 - 6 Sep 1926)
 2.Clarance Falor1 (1881 - 1881)
 3.Stella Falor+1 (1893 - 1980)

Citations

  1. [S7] Harry M. Ball, "Harry Ball's research", Includes an extensive collection of research papers, newspaper articles and hundreds of family documents complied during his research in the 1970's. A scan of his book can be downloaded from http://falor.com/images/Harry-Balls-Fehler-Book.pdf
Last Edited5 Jun 2005

Mindy Jean Falor1

F
Mindy with her son Gavin and cousin Mason Falor.Image Provided by Camille Falor, September 2006.
Marriage*26 June 1999Donald Dalziel1 
(Witness) HistoryWorks as a PE teacher1 
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FatherRodney Allen Falor1
MotherCarol Jean Stensland1

Children of Mindy Jean Falor and Donald Dalziel

Children 1.Gavin George Dalziel1
 2.Darci Jean Dalziel1

Citations

  1. [S71] Camille Falor, "Camille and Derrek Falor's Email," e-mail to Kenneth Falor, Friday August 11, 2006.
Last Edited30 Sep 2006

Minnie A. Falor1

F, (8 August 1861 - 8 August 1961)
Birth*8 August 18611 
Marriage*26 April 1894John C. Meese; Summit County, OH, USA1 
Death*8 August 19612 
Burial*September 1961Mount Hope Cemetery, Akron, Summit County, OH, USA2 
Married Name26 April 1894Meese1 
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FatherGeorge Adam Falor1 (10 Dec 1841 - 9 Jan 1904)
Foster MotherEmma Jeannnette Coon1 (1 May 1844 or 1 May 1846 - 1 May 1934)

Child of Minnie A. Falor and John C. Meese

Child 1.Mamie Alberta Meese1

Citations

  1. [S7] Harry M. Ball, "Harry Ball's research", Includes an extensive collection of research papers, newspaper articles and hundreds of family documents complied during his research in the 1970's. A scan of his book can be downloaded from http://falor.com/images/Harry-Balls-Fehler-Book.pdf
  2. [S41] Harry Liggett, "Harry Liggett's research", Includes emails and various list including:
    Birth and death listings from the Summit County Probate Court.
    Marriages for Summit, Medina, Portage and Stark Counties in Ohio.
    Falor obituaries from the Akron Beacon Journal.
    Estate and land purchase records for Summit County.
    Information and tombstone photos from Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Akron Ohio.
Last Edited4 Dec 2005

Minnie E Falor

F, (circa March 1870 - )
Birth*circa March 18701 
(Witness) HistoryDied of Black Diptheria at a young age.2 
Census*17 July 1870Boynton, Tazewell County, IL, USA; age is listed as 4/121 
FatherGeorge Washington Falor (7 Feb 1846 - 17 May 1927)
MotherJoan La Fever (c 1848 - 22 Jun 1889)

Citations

  1. [S93] 1870 US Census, , United States Census.
  2. [S7] Harry M. Ball, "Harry Ball's research", Includes an extensive collection of research papers, newspaper articles and hundreds of family documents complied during his research in the 1970's. A scan of his book can be downloaded from http://falor.com/images/Harry-Balls-Fehler-Book.pdf
Last Edited23 Sep 2010

Minnie Florence Falor1

F, (9 October 1867 - )
Burial*Glendale Cemetery, Akron, Summit County, OH, USA; Section C, Lot 312 
Marriage*Elmer C. Ellsworth1 
Birth*9 October 1867Akron, Summit County, OH, USA3 
Marriage*29 March 1902Charles A. Palmer; Summit County, OH, USA; By Hiram S. Falor JP3 
Married NameEllsworth1 
Census*1880Columbus, Franklin County, OH, USA; Family History Library Film: 1255016, NA Film Number: T9-1016, Page Number: 137A4 
Married Name29 March 1902Palmer3 
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FatherHiram Silas Falor1 (22 Mar 1829 - )
MotherBertha E. Agard1 (? - 4 Jan 1873)

Child of Minnie Florence Falor and Elmer C. Ellsworth

Child 1.Bertie Ellsworth3

Family: Minnie Florence Falor and Charles A. Palmer

Citations

  1. [S4] Samuel A. Lane, Akron and Summit County.
  2. [S116] Jen Orum kardex, Glendale Cemetery, Glendale Cemetery, Akron, Summit County, OH, USA.
  3. [S7] Harry M. Ball, "Harry Ball's research", Includes an extensive collection of research papers, newspaper articles and hundreds of family documents complied during his research in the 1970's. A scan of his book can be downloaded from http://falor.com/images/Harry-Balls-Fehler-Book.pdf
  4. [S25] 1880 US Census, , United States Census.
Last Edited25 May 2016

Minnie Luella Falor1

F, (7 December 1869 - 18 January 1952)
Birth*7 December 1869Fulton County, OH, USA 
Marriage*23 March 1894Giles Frank LaSalle; Fulton County, OH, USA 
Burial*January 1952Winameg Cemetery, Winameg, Fulton County, OH, USA 
Death*18 January 1952Delta, Fulton County, OH, USA 
Census*1880Pike Township, Fulton County, OH, USA; Family History Library Film: 1255017, NA Film Number: T9-1017, Page Number: 86B2 
Married Name23 March 1894LaSalle 
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FatherNelson Falor (1 Jun 1842 - 1 Jul 1924)
Foster MotherMary Ann Salsberry (15 Oct 1850 - 2 May 1914)

Children of Minnie Luella Falor and Giles Frank LaSalle

Children 1.Nelson LaSalle
 2.Eva LaSalle
 3.Marie LaSalle
 4.Emit Merrill LaSalle
 5.Mary M. LaSalle
 6.Leora J. LaSalle

Citations

  1. [S6] The Hovis Family Tree, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi
  2. [S25] 1880 US Census, , United States Census.
Last Edited19 Aug 2010
 

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